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THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1913.
Ready For Fall
No Formal Fall Opening This Year
Ready For Fall
1UUU xSAJLUJUJN 5 of our Tttu
T7 9 friends did not receive a
H H . H . ' " balloon free last Saturday
jl -a. 4w -b a on account 0f insufficient
C A TT T"D "P A T number we will give
OlX L UJCVlrV I away 1000 balloons to
Afternoon Commencing morrow to lDOO children
At 2 O'CIock . accompanied by their parents
Tri-Cities' Leading Quality Department Store
a Co-Operative Co " Rock Island
uur new fan f asnion snow oi mens wearables excels any
thing we have hitherto undertaken. .'. ,
200 dozen Beautiful Imported Ties, 25c to $2. "
Wonderful Shirt values 50c to $2.50.
Comfortable JJnderwear and Night Robes.
A sample sale of men's $2 to $5 Gold
CHILDREN'S WEEK ENDS TOMORROW
The Bedding Question Solved
Cool weather is here and for
your comfort we are showing a
grand tine of fine wool Blankets
wool nap and all cotton blankets.
Our assortment of comforters
includes the medium weight and
heavier cotton filled, and the
finer wool comforters.
All Wool Blankets
plain and plaid designs in pink,
blue, tan, gray, black. All
these are full sized and of vari
72x84 inch 7 50 to $10.50
70x80 inch 5.50 to 8.50
68x80 inch 4.50 to 6.00
Cotton Plaid Blankets
We are showing hundreds of the dainty plaids in wool-nap blankets
full size and equal weight to the higher, priced all wool blankets. A
great many prefer them to the all wool for service, and the prices are
surprisingly low, ranging from $2.25 to $4.25.
Jacquered Comforts and Bath Blankets
Many patterns of dainty blankets with delicate tints of blue, rose,
pale green, fawn and grey tints interwoven.
Quite a number of Indian blanket patterns, close copies of the genuine
Navajo. These are of fin heavy quality of cotton material that wifl
wash beautifully. Prices complete with cords to make up at $2.75 to $4.75
and Girls of
Fall stocks of Boys' Suits and Overcoats are now shown on the second
floor along with our extraordinarily complete line of little misses' wear.
Come and look Saturday! Bring the kiddies, we'il give them a big
THE INFANTS' STORE
The care exercised in dressing "the child is a living recomendation
of the good taste of the mother and when it is just as easy to come
to this Babywear Store and obtain wearables for little folks that are re
fined, dainty and artistic, at very small prices indeed, smaller than
anywhere else, as a rule is it not folly to waste time In needless shop
ping? Comparison will prove this for you, as it has for hundreds and
hundreds of Tri-clty mothers.
New Fall Styles
A t A fiF lne aoaDle ,WIU casket weave
rvt yjk 7j V 7S c!oth- Hundreds of other at-
tractive Coats of Astrakhan,
wool poplin, velour de laine, eponge, cheviot, mate
lasse, Bedford cord, woolly weaves and mixtures.
Extreme or modified cutaways with kimono or set
in sleeves some show the collars and cuffs of con
trasting color and trimmings of fur on collar and
cuffs, others in blouse models or three-quarter rut
away. All the new dull soft colors popular this
season shown, choice $24.95.
Special Ssle Beings at 10 a. m.
At CI A 7C Tbe coat- Manv P'easins mqd-
J J els are shown fancy styles
found usually only in higher
priced garments as well as the plainer straight, cut
styles. Trim mings of fancy braids, buttons and
velvet give the needed .touch of smartness. Colors
give choice of navy, copen, mahogany, taure, brown
ana uiain., dt.io.
worn military fashion or with
e cut illustrated at the right
of cheviot and so made as to be
the revers open. Also many other pretty styles
shown in the new fall and winter weaves and col
ors. Sizes for misses of 14to women up to 53 at
NEW Suits, Silks. Woolens, Millinery, Undergar
ments, Hose, Shoes, Skirts, Waists, Belts, Hand
Bags, Gloves, Neckwear, Ribbons, Veilings, Trim
mings, Draperies. We are completely Ready for
r ; &; t n t u 22 tailc h c 0
WORKSHOP y WOUTM
Special 'Saturday Sale
Horlick s Malted Milk, 53.75
jf 1.00 Imported Olive Oil 69o.
$1.00 McElrees Wine of Cardui...84o
$1.00 Paine's Celery Compound. ...79c
1.00 Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, 79o
81-25 Sel Hdiatica 95o
81.00 Hoot's Sarsaparilla 84c
$1.00 Feruna 84o
$1.00 Lydia Pinkham Compound, 84c
$1.00 Perce's Favorite Prescrip
f-flc Syrup of Figs r...42c
35c Castoria 28c
S1.S0 full quart 4-year old
One pint pure grain alcohol 40c 1
One pint pure glycerine 45c
One pint imported Bay Rum 45c
One pint Dickenson's Witch Hazel, 80c
1U0 Calomel tablets 29c
100 Dr. hinkles Pills 29e
100 Compound Cathartics 29c
100 Quinine Tablets, 2 grains 29c
100 Strychnine pills, 1-60 grain.... 29c
Four ounces Boric Acid 5c
Four ounces Sulphur 5c
One pound Epsom Salts 5c
25c Scidlitz powder 15c
Pompeian Massage Cream, $1 val. 59c
Stillman's Freckle Cream, 50c val. 42c
50c Peroxide Vanishing Cream.... 38c -
50c LaBlache Face Powder 33c
50c Java Rice Powder 28c '
$1 La Trede Toilet Water 69c
Special 50c Toilet Water 38c
Cream Mealys. 35c value 25c '
Canthrox Shampoo 42c:
Sempre Giovlne, 50c value 42c
All 25c Talcum Powder today ...,15c -
All 25c Soaps 20c
We quote special cut prices on ev-
erything every day in the week. Take ;
advantage of our prescription depart
ment and save 50 on your medi
cine. M. B. HENWOOD. R. PH. '
Morgan's Granddaughters Present Contrasts
i , 4 S t
goes for the most part to Japan, which
country received last year about nine
tentbs of the product .In pan also took
over 100.000 tons of beans in natural
form. Borne beans!" New York Trib
une. Champion Mean Man.
"My husband Is a very mean man
about some things." complained tee
wife to the woman around the corner.
"He has a deaf ear. aud every time 1
try to call him down be acts as if he
didn't henr me." ;
'That's certainly provoking." said the
neighbor. "But one of his ears is good
Why don't you talk into that?"
"He won't tell me which it is." wail
ed the wife. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
'Left to right:
Mabel Morran Sttterlee, Elizabeth Satterlee and Jane
New York, oept. 26. In the families
of the very rich of New York no great
er contrasts have ever been noted
tlian have been found In the family of
the late J. P. Morgan. j
Tlie sharpest contrasts are to be I
life. Noth'ng can penetrate her re
serve. SUe is the mcst quiet and un
assuming of all New York heiresses.
Her two cousins, however, Mabel Mor
gan Satterlee and Helen Satterlee, also
granddaughters of the lae financier,
i 1 . . . i . .
found among the granddaughters of never nwi restricted m tne leasr.
the lato financier Miss Jane Morgan. ' ThP" nvrr ,hink of bein rfsprved
the eldest daughter of J. P. Morgan.! and dignified, and even stitk thir
Jr.. is so reserved that she has been ! ,orups out at Photographers wishing
R mvstery to society almost all hen' wke 5hp,r Pictures. Just why all
(this reserve and mys'ery should have
" 1 ' ' i been thrown about Jane Morgan no
j one knows It is the wish of her par
! f nts. As a child she was rot permit
! ted to play in the parks with other
! children of the same social standing
; and wealth. When she was very
youn; burglars entered the home of
the Morgans and visi-ed the room oc
cupied hy-the little girl. The supposi
tion is that they would have kidnap-
j ed the child bad servants not fright
; eiied them away. All the mysterious
' espionage of th's mysterious young
j woman dates from tha'. time.
j Of late, however. Jane Morgan has
X' turown ctr some or her myttery. This
OOO summer she visited Newport and a
LOOK WANTED g
to buy Second Hand Fur-, g
niture, Stoves, Guns, Re- 9
volvers, Watches, any
thing of value; pay more
and sell cheaper than any
body. Give us a call.
Phone Rock Island 2255.
M. SIMMONS, Prop.
1623 Second Avenue.
photographer was fortunate enough to
get a good picture. It was the first
time she had ever appeared in public
Recently the present head of the
Morgan family built a new summer
home. It was erected n East island,
on Long Island sound, a place that can
only be reached by private yacht. Ru
mor has it that the older Pierpont Mor
gan's place, Cragston, near Highland
Falls on the Hudson, was considered i
an unsuitable place for Miss Jane, as j
it. was exposed to wandering intruders.
"Since yo worked your examples n
nicely," said the pretty teacher. "I
shall give you a kiss"
"Teacher. I didn't know there was to
be a rewind." responded the honest
urchin. "It's only fair to tell you thnt
my big brother did tlieui snius." Pitts
Took Her Time.
"Thought you were going away to
day." "Couldn't buy a ticket"
"Nonsense. The ticket office is Def
"No: but there was a girl at the win
dow ahead of me." Washington Herald.
FARMER TO WORK
FOR RURAL BANKS
Congress at Piano Rebukes
Financial Institutions for
Piano, 111., Sept. 26. A resolution
demanding an amendment of the fed
eral banking laws providing for the
establishment of rural banks which
will have funds that may be loaned
farmers for long periods at a nomjual
rate of interest was adopted yesterday
by the resolutions committee of the
Farmers' National congress in session
The resolution was drafted by a sub
committee composed of If. E. Stock
bridge of Georgia, Frank G. Odell of
Nebraska, and Mrs. Marshall K. Holt
of California, a large land owner who
has' active supervision of her farms.
Another resolution rebukes the
banking interests "which seek to fast
en their own rural credit systr-.i on
! the people." The centralization of
banking power is also assailed.
The convention adjourned last night
after selecting officers to meet at Fort
Worth, Texas, next year.
Among other resolutions adopted .to
"Congratulate the country that the
subjects indorsed by the farmers' con
gress at its last meeting in New Or
leans are now accomplished facts and
in process of consideration by con
gress. "Afk congress to enact an oleo
law that will prevent the manufacture
aud sale of any imitation of butter
that in color is any shade of butter.
"Ask that speculative land fraudA
operated through agencies In the
United States "be investigated and con
trolled by national and state Jaws.
"Ask the enforcement of the Morrill
law, passed In 1S62, providing for the
teaching of farm economics and the
proper marketing of farm products."
The following officers) were elected:
President, W. L: Ames, Oregon,-Wis.
First vice president R, 11. Kirby,
Dallas City. 111.;
Second vice president H. E. Stock
bridge, Atlanta, Ga. :
Secretary O. D. Hill, Kendalia, W.
Treasurer D. K. Un6iker, Wright.
The executive committee is com
posed of Joshua Strange, Marion, Ind.;
W. A. Bowen, Arlington, Texas; Reu'
ben Rankin, Parrott, Ohio; Mrs. Mar
shall K. Holt, San Francisco, Cal., and
Frank G. Odell, Omaha, Neb. .;
Has a Graat Field.
Hlggins Our old c-lnssmate. Whlf
wlre how Is he getting along In litera
ture? He should be doing pretty well.
He had so lively nn imagination. Wig
gins Oh. he's doing splendidly now.
He'a specializing In excuses for mar
ried men. Chicago News.
Not a minute ehoulc be lost when a
child shows symp'-oms of croup.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse,
or even after the croupy cough ap
pears. wi:i prevent the attack. Sold
by all druggists. (Adv.)
Everyone realizes that this disease 1& a Llood infection of the most pow
erful nature, the virus of which so thoroughly poisons the corpuscles of
the circulation that its symptoms are manifested over almost the entire)
body. First comes a tiny sore or pimple, then the month and throat ul
cerate, glands in the groin swell, the hair begins to fall out, skin diseases
break out on the body, and even the bones ache with rheumatic pains.
Only a real blood purifier can have any curative effect on a blood poison so
powerful as this. S. S. S. is the greatest 'of ail blood purifiers; it goes
into the circulation and by thoroughly cleansing the blood of every parti
cle of the insidious virus makes a permanent and lasting cure of Specific
Blood Poison. Jf you are suffering with this disease
t SAp't s- s s- '"N cure J'ou because it will purify your blood
ana enncn us neaita-promoticg corpuscles. S. S. S. is
so absolutely sale and certain in its results, that every
ne may cure themselves at home and be assured the
will 1 nermtnent and lastinnr Q Q o -
REMEDY vegetable rwnedj-, being made entirely of roots, herbs
and barks, and it will cerUinly cure Specific Blood
Poison In all of its forms and Btages. Home Treatment Book and medical
advice free t9 all. J7i SWIFT SPECIFIC CQm ATLANTA. GA
Big and Littlo Ship.
Speaking of the problem of unslnka
ble ships, the New York Commercial
"Few people outside of practical
shipbuilders aod navigators understand
the difference between a larre vessel
and a small one In point of structural
strength. The strongest vessel that
Coats In the water Is a common inw
boat. One can take an ordinary row-
boat and carry lt by the ends or it can t
rest on cleats under each end without
breaking in the middle. But the
strongest man-of-war or ocean liner
that Coats today would break in two
If subjected to a similar strain. The
larger a vessel the weaker it becomes
la this respect, and for this reason
many appareptly good Ideas whlcn
work out well In model form bave fail
ed utterly when applied to large ves
Billions of Beana.
"Beans what do yon know about
beoD. even In New England ?" writes
an American from Manchuria. "Come
to Dairen aud see the bean mills which
turn out C3.000.000 pounds of bean oil
la a year and over 10.000.000 bean
cakes, weighing about sixty-Cve pounds
each. Some beans! The bean cake,
from .which the oil .has bean extracted.
With Far Less
There's no need
for the boiling, Vk
the overheating, vA
the strenuous rubbing, V
the bachache and It
blisters of washday. If I
Wash with If I
Attractive Tall Dresses at $14.98
Probably no part of our apparel stock has caused more favorable com
ment than our immense showing of stunning dresses at $14.98. Every correct
style is displayed in all the most favored materials.
Dresses of Messaline, Crepe de Chine, Silk Poplins
and Shadow Lace together with all the newest weaves in
cloth fabrics beautiful draped effects, some with the
popular raglan sleeves, all of them attractively trimmed.
Cheaper dresses there are of course and higher prieed
ones, too. Hundreds of them from the pretty and prac
tical little serge dresses at ?2.Ua up to $2o.
The See Hive for Waists
Women folks desiring new distinctive waists for fall will
find here5 a wide assortment of the newest ideas in scores
of pretty models.
New lingerie effects strictly tailored shirts and
dainty blouses of chiffon, net, crepe de chine, messaline
and shadow lace.
This section is one of the departments that we have
expanded, stocks considerably larger than ever before
which means by far the greatest assortments in the city.
The 'Range of Prices 98c & up to $7.50
Stunning Tall Hats at
03.75 and 5.00
We do not ask and cannot see the reason for the ex
travagant prices that most milliners seem to think it
their duty to impose at the height of the season. Come
tomorrow ana see these - tastily trimmed beavers,
velours, velvets and felts that we have marked at these
Untrimmed Beavers in all
Black Untrimmed Velvet
69c to $2.50
98c to $2.50 v
The cRao "ffiiUo On The Corner