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THE BOCK ISEANP ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913.
Young McCombs The Big Quality Store Younz & McCombs The Big Quality Store Young & McCombs j The Big,Quality Store Young
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We offer Women's Tail- New Neckwear, Men!
ored Suits in more stvles. more
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high cut vest, giving a soft, rich touch to the
attire that' no other Scarf can bestow. Solid
colors in rich watered and brocaded effects
and fancy designs. Price 50c.
Brief Paragraphs That Point Economyward
We bare on band a limited
fabrics, more colors and bigger
values than any two tri-city
stores combined Come!
S brand new Suits have arrived
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showing values that
at 10 a. m.
Saturday (tomorrow) they will be offered at one price,
"Variety is one of the pleasures of shopping, and one of
the essentials in selecting wearing apparel. Here selec
tion of a tailored suit is not limited to a "plain, straight
cutaway" or to "plain blue or black." We have variety
dozens upon dozens of styles dozens upon dozens of
materials, and in every one of the favorite shades shown
in the highest priced models. Here you find at $25.00
style, materials and colors that positively cannot be pro
cured elsewhere at the price, and seldom for less than
one-half more than we ask.
In quality and character of fabrics, in tailoring and fin
ishing, these suits greatly surpass any other offerings in
the tri-cities at $25 or thereabouts and equal most of those
for wnicn 40 is askea. its a situation that the woman
buying a tailored suit should know to get full value for
her money. We stirted the season with the determina
tion to give you most, and the present situation shows
that we've succeeded even better than we hoped. You
can't elsewhere get tailored suits at $25.00 which any
where near approach ours. Shop and see. All models
in the lot are offered at $25 and we have many styles.
Shop any time, anywhere, and compare with our assortments.
quantity of all wool men's
Sweater Coats, which we
are going to dispose of at
half their value. A full
range of colors and sizes to
select from; $4.00, $3.50,
$2.50, $1.00 values at just
Large assortment of Silk
open ends for 39c, or 3 for
A lot of $1.50 Flannel
Shirts In all siies and colors
Large lot of Jaeger fleeced,
derby ribbed, and other
woolen garments In all siaes
at 35c Saturday only.
snks R E A D
H I COME I &
' Fancy Goods
Last Sat. 1? Greatest , Milli
nery Day We Ever Knew!
For many years Young &
McCombs' Millinery leader
ship has stood without disv
pute. But this season we
seem to have -captured all
. Hats that hold captive the
subtle art of the most re
nown milliners of the world.
And right here let us say
that all the Hats this season
require art in the wearing,
as well as in the making. For
the Hat in the hand acquires
its grace, charm, chic, dig
nity or whatever, effect is
sought according to its
posing on the head. So form
no opinion, voice, no likes or
dislikes until you, or some
one of you, places tne Hat at Its proper slant
These Hats of our own designing, have the same luxuriance in feathers,
the same ultra spareeness in novelty effects, the same generous looping
of ribbons, the same extravagant and exaggerated tilts and swerves that
Paris has given to her choicest models.. Hundreds have just been made up,
hundreds are in process of making as we write. For to the elegance and
impreeslveness of this great Autumn Exhibit must be ' added the variety
which gives a woman the satisfied feeling that she has chosen her Hat
from among all the best styles of the season, and that there is no other
that '"might be-more becoming." Come! .. , - . , -
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Our Greatest Coat
Sale Ends Tomorrow
At store closing 9:30
Saturday our offer of
Coats equal to $35
values will end. The
coats in this offer are
easily the greatest
values at $.245 ever
offered to therri-City
jiublic. Through spe
cial purchases- this
sale ( planned many
weeks ago) has made
it possible for us to of
fer you Coats easily
worth up to $35 for
Best for Women
A visit to the Hosiery
Store will reveal many in
teresting novelties as well
as the best qualities of
plain Silk Stockings.
Silk Stockings, 50c to
"Gotham Gold Stripe" is
the name of a Women's
new Silk Stocking that is
that is, it is impossible
for any injury caused by
the garter to run down
beyond a designated line,
called the -gold stripe."
$1 to 9150 pair.
Hosiery, Main Floor
The new fall model
high and low Shoes are
selling very rapidly at $4
A tri-city woman re
marked recently that we
had the most complete
assortments of Laces and
Embroideries she had
ever seen in the tri-cities.
Assure Your Gown
A Perfect Fit
by wearing -it over; the
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Cot Rat irais New corset Models
al Saturdav Sale , . T
fJy .' ion .?! .fir,
V) Silk and U
less, . glove-fittingf""
These garments aie tailoredi
to snugly follow every curve'
of your body-yet so flexible
in fabric, that; they respond
to your slightest move.T")No
wrinkles nor folds toalter the
rdrape of yourvgown no
binding nor "gaping", to iiV
tertere with perfect freedoi
of motion. v'
Try a suit'todavJandTbe
Inrliriiinnl tiarmrnts. Cotton. Worttitd, LiUt
not. All Sit, Many StvUs.SntrtU Wtiflt.
Tri-Cities' Leading Quality Department Store
YOUNG & MCC 0MBS
Co-Operative Store Co. -"-In1 Rock Island
Special Saturday Sale
3 Guaranteed Fountain
Syringe ........ ,....., ,$2.19
75c Atomiser .....BOc
$2 Water BotUe $1.49
Feather edge rubber Sponges, 20
per cent discount.
91.60 Bath Brushes, guar. ...$1.15
S3.7S Malted Milk $3.21
$1 Peruna 84c
$1 Lydia Pinkham's Comp. ...84c
$1 Paine's Celery Compound ..79c
$1 Herpicide 79c
$1 Listerine 79c
91 Diozygen 69c
$1 Dr. Miles' Remedies 84c
91 Danderine 84c
91 Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur 84c
35c Talcum Powder 15c
Sanitol Tooth Paste 15c
Colgate's Tooth Paste 20c
BOc Dr. Graves' Tooth Paste 29c
50c Java Rice Powder 28c
BOc La Blanche Powder 38o
Cuta-Cura, Woodbury's and Pack
er's Tar Soap 20c
$1 Azurea Perfume 59c
Pinaud's Lilac Toilet Water ...6bc
25c Seidlits Powder 15c
1 qt. 8-year-old Bourbon ..$1.19
75c Old Claret Wine, quart ..49c
Grain Alcohol. 1 pint ......... 40c
Bay Rum, 1 pint 40c
Witchhasel, 1 pint 35c
100 Aspirin Tablets, 5 grains 89c
100 Quinine Pills, 3 grain ...39c
Our drugs are pure, our prices
are right and our compounding is
accurately done by a registered
pharmacist. Save 25 to 50 per
cent of your prescriptions.
M. B. HEN WOOD, R. Ph.
We have just received
new models oi
They are designed to give
that long, slim, lithesome ap
pearance to the waist and to
reduce the size of the hips
Stout women especially
will realize . the importance
of these features. Reduction
is accomplished by the tail
oring and not by the strap
pings and accessories used
in patented reducers.
We have a model for every
figure, be it stout or slender.
Mew Haven Directors to Be
Made Subject to Suit Under
Washington, D. C.('0rt. 8. Crim
inal as well as clril proceedings un
der the Sherman anti-trust law are to
be instituted sgaint the New York,
New Haven and Hartford railroad sys
tem. The necessary steps to this end are
expected to be taken it i few days
by Attorney General McReynolda, a a
result ot a report made to blm by As
FtMant Attorney General Atkins and
Ppncial Attorney Godfrey.. Thereport
to the result of an exhaustive inves
tigation of the legal responsibility of
the management of the New England
system in combining the railroads of
Uut section in to one great monopoly.
The directors of the road are men
recently described by the interstate
commerce commission as "magicians
in the art of finance and wizards in
the construction, operation, and con
solidation of great systems of rail
roads," and who were criticised In the
same report for neglect which tended
to permit fatal accidents on the line.
Following are the names of the di
rectors: William Rockefeller, New 'York.
J. Pierpont Morgan. New York.
George McCuIloch Miller, New York.
Lewis Cass Ledyard, New York.
George F. Baker, New York.
Alexander Cochrane, Boston.
Charlea F. Brooker, Ansonia, Conn.
Charles S. Mellen, New Haven.
James S. Hemingway, New Haven.
. A. Heaton Robertson. New Haven.
Frederick F. Brewster. New Haven.
I. De Ver Warner, Bridgeport. Conn.
Edwin Mllner, Vioosap, Conn
William Skinner, Holyoke. Mass.
I. Newton Barney, Farmington,
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Robert W. Taft, Providence, R. I. J
James S. FJton, Waterbury, Conn.
Thomas De Witt Cuyler, Philadel
phia. . .
Henry K. McHarg, Stamford, Conn.
John L. Vlllard, Meriden, Conn.
F. F. Maxwell, Rockville, Conn.
Edward Milligan, Hartford, Conn.
F. N. Vail, Boston.
S. W. Win slow, Boston.
A. S. May, Bridgeport, Conn.
Samuel Rea, Philadelphia.
The legal proceedings in view have
no connection with the report of the
interstate commerce commission on
the recent wreck on the New Haven,
which resulted in the death of 21 pas
sengers and two employes. In that
report, however, the commission sharp
ly criticised the directors for their
negligence in connection with the
supervision of the New Haven.
The department of justice will act
upon the evidence brought out during
the investigation conducted by the In
terstate commerce commission into
the control over New England rail
roads acquired by the New Haven. The
commission found that a monopoly had
been created, which bad impaired not
only correct and economical financial
administration but also efficiency and
safety of operation.
It was pointed out that If the New
Haven company were to be permitted
to remain In control of the Boston and
Maine system there would exist an al
most exclusively monopoly of the
transportation facilities by railroad In
the greater part of New England.
"It would seem to be perfectly ap
parent," the commissioner observed.
"that If this monopoly is suffered to
exist there must be somewhere a pow
er of regulation which Is co-extensive
with the monopoly. In other words,
the federal government must assume
Jurisdiction over the maintenance and
operation of these railroads in so far
as may be necessary to secure to the
public a proper service."
The department of justice Intends to
answer this challenge of the interstate
commerce commission by forcing a
separation of the New England sys
tem into its component parts and by
holding legally responsible the men
who created that system.
Moreover, it expects by the policy
it enunciates to establish a precedent
which will make further mergers im
possible. By his action in separating
the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific,
and the Pennsylvania, and Baltimore
& Ohio the attorney general believes
he has shown the purpose of the ad
ministration to prevent a monopoly
of competing railroad lines.
The administration Is in sym
pathy with the idea of prohibiting ev
ery In ten tat e road from ax pen ding
money or incurring liabilities or ac
quiring property not In the operation
of its railroads or in their legitimate
improvement, extension, or develop
It favors also the proposition to pro
hibit an interstate railroad from leas
ing or purchasing or in any way ob
taining an interest in another road
without the approval of the federal
Finally it holds that no stocks or
bonds should be issued by an inter
state railroad except with the approval
of the federal government.
President Wilson will seek legisla
tion along these lines during the com
ing regular session of congress.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mon'.er and
family went to Rock Falls Saturday,
where they spent Sunday with rela
Frank Sprenger and William Op-
dycke were guests last Sunday at the
home of William Eipper and family.
The Sunday' school institute held at
Bethel last Sunday was well attended
and much enjoyed.
A necktie and handkerchief shower
will be given FUriey Wreath next Sat
urday evening at the home of James
Wreath near Hillsdale. Mr. Wreath
BABY'S FACE ONE
SORE WITH ECZEMA
Cried for Hoora, ComM Nat Simp.
lUuaol Broagkt IUt mad Cur.
Btding, Pa. " Ur hubf gM bad esmaa '
for over six aeonths. It nt painful aa4
itching, h coold not sleep day or night,
ha would scratch tin blood and water would
run (own her nk. Than it bvnod bar a
aha cried for houra at a tuna. Tba right
aid af her faca was ooa aora aa4 aeab.
I got tha aamplea of Eesinol Soap sad
Reaiaol Ointaaent oa a Saturday saonsiag,
and put tbeo on, aod put then on agaia in
the af ternooa aod is the evening before I
put her to bad, and aha went l alerp aad
aiept till next aaoroiag. I thovghtl was ia
heaven the fint night, aad by Monday tha
ecsama was dried up ao that all the ecabe
fell off. Resiool Soap and Ointment cured
any baby." (S:gntd) Mra. Win. M. Fletcher,
644 80. 11H St, Aug. 81, 1912.
If yea or any of your little one are suf
fering from eciema, rash, tetter, ringworm,
or other itching, burning skin eruption,
there ia only one better proof of the value
ofEeainoL That ia, try Kyaeaself aadaeef
Tern can get aaaipiea free by writing to
Dept. 18-M. Seainol, Baltimore. Hi. Beenot
atopa itching instantly. Prescribed by dec.
tore for 13 years, sold by every ttaqrgiet.
will shortly wed Miss Cora Engel of
Coal Valley, a prominent school
Mr. and Mrs. George Genung and
daughter, Amy, of Port Byron visited
Saturday and Sunday here at the
home of their sons, Louis and David.
Miss Dena Gerk'.n of Moline visited
here several days with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schafer of Wat
ertown spent last Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Gerkln.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farber of East
Moline are the parents of a little
daughter born last week. Mrs. Farber
was formerly Miss Emma Fillmer of
Miss Erna Lundeen visited Saturday
and Sunday at her home in Rock Island.
- Mr. - and Mrs. John Liphardt and
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Marshall were
guests last Sunday at the home ot Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Eipper.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sample and
children went by auto to Rock Island
The Bethel Ladies' Aid society will
hold a special meeting next Wednes
day, Oct. 8, at the home of Mrs. Harry
Cook. It will be an all day meeting
as the ladies will do sewing for Mrs,
Cook. : .
Mrt. Rose La Rue returned to her
home at Rock Falls last Saturday
after spending three months here
with her sister, Mrs. Robert PearsalL
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashdown were
visitors last Sunday at the home of
the latter's mother, Mrs. Henry Bank
er near Hillsdale.
Louis Fillmer and Miss Edna Simp
son were united In marriage last Tues
day evening by Rev. Mr. Kerr of the
M. E. church at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. snd Mrs. Silas
Simpson. Only the immediate rela
tives were present. They will reside
with the groom's parents for th pres
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind-,
says: "My wife bad Inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
In bed tor six weeks and bad eight
physicians, but received no benefit
until she tried Dr. Detchon's Relief
for Rheumatism. it gave Immediate
relief and she w'as able to walk la
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Rock Island, and Gust
Ecnlegel Son, 220 Second street
Don't Miss Them
For This Week Only
Latest Styles Worth $22
Big Values at 18
Men's Suits $T1 M95
These Suits Are
You will find our Convenient Credit
the easiest and most economical way
to clothe yourself and family.
319-321 Twentieth Street
Rock 'island, III.