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" THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. MAY 16, 1913.
ALUMNI PLAY TO
BE VERY CLEVER
You Cannot Afford To Overlook These Vaiuss THEYR'E GREAT Positively Unequalled. Anywhere Else.
Graduate of High School to
Present "A Box of Monkeys"
on May 31. ,
The Alumni association of the local
'tlrh school has derided to give a play
on May Cl at the h;h school auditor
ium as thir annual reunion. Last
year the graduates of th school met
at the Watch Tower, and at that time
resolutions were passed agreeing that
the next meeting of the associat:oa
vas to be held at the high school build
ing. The name of the play which is
to be presented is "A Box o! Monkeys,"
and has an all-star cast. Members of
the alumni who starred years ago in
the senior class plays are to make up
the list of those who will present the
comedy. The cast of characters is as
Ldward Ralston, a promising young
America:i, half owaer of the Si
ena gold mine ... George Schneider
Chancey Ogl?thorpe, his partner,
teeciud son of Lord Boncaster...
Miss Ottbeio Jhones, an admirer of
rack Charlot.te Fickenscber
Sierra Bcngaline, her n:pce, a prai
rie rose Catharine Heimbeck
Lady Gulnevere-Llandpoore, an Eng
lish primrose, daughter of the Earl
cf I'ay naught Sarah Wakefield
knottier Notable Sale ACME Sewing MacMne
; mteed for ten years
m' " " mil
" Revolving Seat Davenports
$1.50 Cash, $1.50 a Month
HADAHE IRENE CORSETS
M. & K. Announce a Corset Salt of
Stirring Interest to Every
Frolaset. Nemo. B en Jolie, American
Lady, Madame Lyra Corsets
Also in the M. & K. Sale.
The most important corset event of
the season commands your attention.
M. & K. are introducing th celebrated
Madame Irene and other well known ;
makes and fashionable women will find
the correct styles at decidedly the low. j
est prices ever known ror corse's or
like fame. Leaders of fashion are
wearing Madame Irene corsets because
they know they produce the modish
figure of the present vogue as no other
rr.rset. And now you can choose from
Mudame Irene corsets in ail the new
est mjde at these remarkable reduc
tions: Madame Irene ilj corsets at
J7 47; Madame Irene $7 corse's at
J5 25; Madame Irene $6 corsets at
$4 14: Madame Irene 15 corsets at
$-i: Madame Irene Succeiso $3.59
r n-'-ts at f J. ':'.. If you prefer the
American Laiy corret, so well known
f r jorfct lining ijuulities and styie
leadership, then save like tbis: Amer
lr.ii Lady $1 corsets at 7Sc; American
lAdy $2 corsets at $1.49; American
Lady $3 corsets at $2.39. M. & K.
show the American Lady corsets for
Flender and medium figures in the
latest models Madame Lyra corsets
r.re here for your approval pleasing
ly priced, $3.51) up. Nemo corsets $2
up. Blen Jolie French Tricjt ba'k
corsets at ?" up and Frolaset, the new
fn nt lac id corsets that have taken
fo woll in the fashion centers oT the
east, all these well known corsets are
shown in the M. & K. new corset dt
ps rtment and offered to you at savings
well worth your serious consideration.
N'j matter what you want in the way
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JUST LIKE CTT
Two Ideal pieces of furniture in one. This -wonderful bed opens :'rom a
handsome parlor Davenport to a full size sanitary bed in one opt ration.
This illustration shows the Pullman both open for a bed as well ai closed,
for living room or parlor purpose. When open a regular size bed. Spring
tolas the matt;ess pad andyou have a comfortable bed.
This rorker is patterned after tr.e old mission Etyle cf furniture, extra
heavy, has large soft loose cushion made of a ecod grade of Imipttion
Spanish leather, mi-k'c a very comfortable as well s ci&'.uly piece of furniture.
if attachments jfeng!
We are showine many fcoautifv.l pat'err.s in both the
primed and inlaid, sorce as low as
JI ST LIKE CUT
This is a standard $25 qual
ity which we offer, complete
with full set of attachments
on easy terms
It would seem as though almost every home could nfford the comfort and
convenience of a good Sewing Machine at th" prire wo name and particu
larly so when you consider the easy terms of only $l.n( cash and $1.50 a
REMEMBER We guarantee this -machine -asainst breakage for 10 jcars
we will replace any broken part Ireo of charge within titat time, r '
arc what everyone i?
looking for but the place
where they can be
bought at the right price
are limited. My tore is
one of the places where
groceries of the best
quality can be secured at
the most reasonable
prices. Economy with
quality that's the key-;
note of ?nv .-uccess.
Heavy Wool ard Fi. ( ( Velvet Enss, 9x11 fret, C ft CJf j SSl ?ad Vrlenfklatt SQp
jes, room fire vl) fi vV v I ir.a-le vi'.h good tirm back ii a e.VJr terns, tomorrow only wUv
Cxl2 Brussell Racs, pat-
teriis extremely cueerti
a larire selection fror
which to choose ..
Solid Oak Bufet
Leather Seat h
$1 50 Cash
:m .Jm!lf "I T"' ' '
We have just received a solid
carload of bullets. These goods
should have been here over a
month ago. We don't war.t to
carry a "siugle one of them over
untii next season and have put a
price on every one that will sell
-t quick. Some as low as
$2.50 cash; $2.00 monthly.
We offer at an extra special
price this three door family sixe,
front icer refrigerator at the ex
tremely low price of j..,
107-1C3 Vest Second Street.
A, W. Di
305 Twentieth St.
Telephone Vest 1093 or 103;
of corsets or accessories, Ferris waists ,
and brassieres, just try the M. & K. (
Ttere's no place l:ke thj M. i- K. for
style elv.Rance end values. F.emen-her j
there no place l.ke the M. & K. new i
corset department for a perfect fit
s:i expert corst-tiere will t you per- j
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will ciear the sour stomach.
sweeten the breath and ereete a heal- j
thy appetite. They promote the flow ,
of jtastric jjice thereby inducing good ;
dlpcstioa. Sold by all druggists.
li SPORT GOSSIP II
Bc'.umor. Md., May 16 "Kid"
Williams of this city knocked out
"Young" Diggics of Pliilcie!pl:?a at
the Empire theatre in the fourth round
Milwaukee, V.'is . ?'ay 16. Jake
Schaefer defeated Al Taylor. 4C0 to ST.
tn a match at 1S-2 at ti:e Plankirtba
rooms Wedcesd'.y ri.ht. Yous?
Schaefer avers ged -G 11-14.
'lev.d team T on the opening itiatcn the five ml!? American league cham
wiiii t!:e Chicago road team in the ' plonshlp race, vas vone by. Albert
j series ior-tLe championship of tha'standen cf the Et. Louis team In
; Aineri-an Motorcycle league at Luna j 3:33 3-5.
Diotordroiiie Weiceeday night, CS to 25. j
. I Los Anjreles, Ca!., May 16. Tom
Son Francijco, Cal., 5Iay 15. It mas ! McCarey Wednesday announced tttat
jarnouaccd V.'ednerday that two race: he would staee a lightweight bout at
; neftir.gs fT hara-s horses vnuid be i Vernor. for July 4, and that it probably
he'd in cor.ne'ion vui the Panama-, would be between Joe Rivers and the
Pacific exnoai'Jsn in 351c. one in June winner of the Macdot-Anderson scrap
j and the ether ia October. j si&ted for nest Tuesday night
Social Athletic club. "Battling"
Eerge of Moline "bested Stanley Kver
ett of Pekin in 10 round. Edcie Hart
of Chicago and George Dans of Mon
mouth went seven rcaads. of a schedul
ed ten round bout before Sheriff Minor
stopped the fight
5v. Loi:ls. Md . y. iy 16 The second Peoria, 111., May 16. Kerry Donahue
fccr-on of the .- Louis Motordrcme 'cf Peiun, !i!., had a sihaae over Mick-
lopeced Vtertasday niciit bc-fore ale' Sheridan of Chic?o Wednesday
Cleveland, Ohio, May 16. The Cieve-1 crowd' of 1S.G00. The laaUu-e eyent Liaht ia a, 10. rflund bout bfclore the
( A touch of rheumatism, or a twlnre
of neuralgia, -whatever tiio trouble i.;.
Chamberlain's Liniment drives away
I the pain ,&t ouce and cur 28 the com-
i plaint quickly. First application (rives
i relief. Sold by all druggists (Adv.)
All the news ail the time l'fca
Argus. , . . : . , r-: .
Don't forpct to a'K-nd the AUCTION
SALE of Hocsfcholi Gcods al the
Burrali C!ci Homestead v
Thirtcorxth fc-rec-t and Third Avenue
SATURDAY, MAY 17 ; ,
1:30 B. r,i.
H. HEDRICrC &. CO., ?;