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riUS ROCK ISUAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.
Mrs. Dick Petty celebrated hex 70th
birthday Tuesday, and quite a num
ber of her friends called during the
day to offer congratulations.
Miss Streed of Mollne spent Sun
day at the home of Pearl Sommerson.
The Independent club met at the
home of Mrs. A., P. Nelson of Milan j
Miss Anna Daxson of near Milan
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. Albert Measure.
Miss Marrel Walkeri who is teach
ing school. near Green. River, spent
Saturday and Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Walker.
Miss Mame Connor and sister, Mrs.
Loyd, spent Friday in Mafhenrille vis
iting their brothers, Pete and Mirt
Miss Rosa ltj, who has been visit
ing in Moline, returned home Satur
Miss Grace RoWe of Sherrard Is
visiting at the .home of her cousin,
Mrs. Martin Slevers.
Mrs. Amel Carlson pent Friday
with her uncle, James Wynes, of South
Ed Brahmer, wio is employed in
Moline, spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. Alto Postea is spending this
week with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Posten
in Rock Island. .
Mrs. James McGlmjsy and baby are
vlsitingv with Mrs. McGimpsy's aunt,
Mrs. Parks of Rock Island.
Mrs. Kihcade and daughter of Rock
Island are spending a few, days here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ella and baby of
Northwestern, Iowa, Is visiting with
Mrs. Ells' parents, Mt, . and Mrs.
Miss Margaret Carnagtan of Milan
visited here last WednestUy.
Miss Ida Nelson spent fHday in the
Miss Jo6le Murphy is rlflng this
week in Rock Island and Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamont of Orion were
here Monday. .
Mr. Streed of Cambridge was a
business caller here MondayA
Mrs. Frank Slevers and biby are
visiting with her parents, Mr. ad Mrs.
M. Posten. )
Mrs. John Lees went to Colfax-fpwa,
Saturday to spend a few day with
her husband, John Lees, who 1 tak
ing treatment at the hospital. V,1
Mrs. Wiggins of Avoca, Iowa, sent
Saturday and Sunday with her Vn,
John Nebl In. v
The Rock Island Central baseball
team defeated the first team of Coil
alley Sunday by a score of 6 to t
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Woodhun
spent Friday at the home of Mr. and',
Mrs. Adolph Larson.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harris of Math
erville moved their household goods
Miss Katheiine Martin, who is at
tending school In Rock Island, spent
Sunday at home.
Richard Bennett of Rock .Island
spent Saturday and Sunday with bis
aunt. Mrs. R. L. Wilson.
The F. Y. P. club was entertained at
the home of the Misses Anna and
Mary Brandberg Saturday. - A very
pleasant evening was spent with
games and various other amusements,
and a nice lunch waa served by the
Miss Mary Nicely entertained her
Sunday school class Saturday after
noon. Contests and games were the
amusements and a two course lunch
was served by Miss Gertie Nicely.
Thos who attended the Joslln fair
were: Ira and Hawley Wolley and
Mrs. Margaret Loyde, who has been
at the home of her parents since home
coming day, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Martin Slevers and Mrs. C. H.
Deam and three children spent Sun
day in Sherrard with Mrs. Slevers'
brother, John Prout
Miss Helen Price of Rock Island
spent Saturday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Price.
John Carlson was in Moline Sunday.
Miss Rosa Nits entertained about
16 of her girl friends of Moline Sun
Mrs. Mary Parks of Rock Island
spent Monday afternon here with her
mother. Mrs. Callahan.
Little Lester Baraks Saturday fell
from a tree and broke his left arm.
Mrs. Clara Anderson of Moline is
spending a few days with her mother.
Joe Coulter of Rock Island spent
bunday in Coal Valley.
August Frederick of Geneseo Is
spending a few days with old friends
Archie Hall of Central. Iowa, was a
business caller here Monday. Mrs
Hall is preparing to move his family
Here as soon as he can secure a house.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Muller, Mrs.
A. Muller and Mr. . Worth In gton of
Sherrard visited at Fred Greggs home
Miss Ruth Hays of Davenport vtsltr
ed with her parents over Sunday.
Herman Hints of Geneseo was
a business caller here Saturday.
Milwaukee Pleading guilty to as
sault with Intent to rob, and pointing
to his wife and two Small children as
the primary causes, Hugo Kelilng, 29,
a member of the 'Milwaukee police
force for sli years, was sentenced to
three years in the- house of correc
tion by Judge Backus.
"Can be depended upon' Is an ex
pression we all like to hear, and when
it is used in connection with Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that it never falls
to cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It Is pleasant to Uke and
equally valuable for children ' and
adults. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
iiicy rc turning dgi&
The M. & K. Display of
Autumnal Modes will
be extraordinarily lavish
Women's Department Entire 2nd Floor
Real Persona Service
de ferentiah u n hurried
by efficient salespeople
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AGAIN this store comes to the fore as the greatest cxemplifier in the three cities of
what is new in the Fashion World. The buyers have all returned from the east the
new merchandise is here and the store is ready to reveal what is absolutely correct in
wearing apparel for women.
A brilliant display it is velvets and plushes, silks and satins and sumptuous fur trimmings
a display of elegance planned with artistic discrimination. You'll want everything, for all is beau
tiful, whether in silk or wool, in a gown or hat the charm of Winter Fashions is extraordinary.
Come this week and see this display, at its best.
Opening Display; Autumn Millinery
Opening Display; Suits, Gownss Etc.
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Of course, first of all, women want to see the New
York and Paris hats, and they are here in grand array,
rich in plumes and built up feather effects and all to
harmonize with milady's gown gracious, rich, charm
ing, the collection'invites the inspection of every woman
who would keep in touch with the fashion world. The
styles-have been gathered from so' many sources this
season that the result is vari
ety, origmality,' and above
all beauty. No woman in the
tri-cities should deprive her- '
self of the pleasure which
every beauty lover finds in a
sight so radiant. Hats from
$5.00 and up.
One of the chic
models in the fa
mous Knox Hats
Smart Styles in
'New Fall Styles in
4. wonderful assortment of late models-for women
who desire to be fashionably and correctly corseted.
. Our experienced corsetieres will render every assist
ance in adding you to chose just the exact corset best
adapted to your particular figure. , ;
Mme. Irene, neither time nor expense have been
spared to make these corsets spell perfection, $5.00 up.
We alsq carry the famous Frolaset Front Lace cor
set from $3.00 to S10.00 and the American Lady at
$1.00 to $3.00.
You will find here almost any one of the best known
makes of corsets. t : ,
All That is Dainty in
Our lingerie and underwear section fairly breathes
with the dainty arid exquisite.' The softest t silks and
finest laces are everywhere in evidence and some rare
bargains can be found here too. Cojne up and see what
a wonderful bounty of charming undergarments we
can spread before you. ', . .. . .
The Autumn Fashions, with their many new features, are thronging our
great women's wear section and where to begin to tell their story of beauty
is a problem, for whether the suits, the coats or the gowns, each has so much
to tell of charming new styles we hardly known where to begin and so we
ask you to come and view this abundant gathering of outer garments.
To those who are not regular patrons we extend an urgent Invitation to be our
guests. It is a delight for us to show Newcomers through our beautiful women's de
partment and if you come we know you. will feel well repaid for the effort.
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Suits $ 13.75 and up
Hare Gowns hy Master
Gowns of elegance for every occasion ;
costumes for correct afternoon and recep
tion wear of velvet ' and .beaded chiffon;
gowns'of lace, silk, crepe de chine, . crepe
meteor, for the most brilliant formal occa
sions. Paris styles by the most, famous ar
tists. Exquisite creations from the noted
metropolitan shops. See the charming dis
play in our windows.
Special Introductory Prices
on Women's Suits
Exclamations of admiration will greet
you on every side as you stroll through this
display of women's suits, which we aro sell
ing at the following reductions to introduce
I to tri-city women the wonders of our fall
women s wear.
These suits are made in the new mannish
i?fj? 1 serges, self-diagonal and half round Bed-
iora cora strictly pure worsted ana all
3 wool fabrics coats plain tailored, latest
regulation length skirts are handsomely
draped all colors, navy blue, black seal,
brown and taupe.. ,
See Our Exquisite Window Ds
play of Women's VJear. .
$13.75 for Suits valued at $20
$14.95 for Suits valued at $22
$18.50 for Suits valued at $25
UR shoe parlor show smart styles In women's footwear . Celebrated Armstrong shoes
for women, $4.50 to $8.00. All styles of women's shoes from $2.50 up. .'
t- Tri-Cities9 Laraest and Handsomest Readv-to-Wear Store Jor "Men, Women , and Children-