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T11K ROCK INLAND ANGUS, SATURDAY. MAY 23." lu.
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Sale Begins Monday, May 25, Continues Two Weeks to June 6, Inclusive
AN UNRIVALED SALE
A Stylish $1.98 Street Dress for 98c
A lucky purchase from a Philadelphia dress manufacturer makes
this value-giving possible.
Made in combination colors of linene, with tango, navy, Copenha
gen and lavender bodice and overskirt effect and white skirt sizes
14 to 44: would be considered good value at $1.98, specially priced
Billintfs Herzotf. 1611-1613 2d Ave., R. I.
Come to the 1600-White Block
500 White Lingerie and Colored Dresses -AT
We purchased from Tutelman Bros., 11 East 26th St., New York,- ,
these beautiful all-over embroidery white 'dresses at such extraor
dinarily low prices that we can save you lots of money on your new t
summer dresses. Many other fortunate low-priced purchases from c
other New York and Philadelphia makers represent values as to
make this sale well worth your attention. Investigate and convince
yourself that our SALES ARE REAL VALUE - GIVING 1 .
EVENTS as thousands of satisfied purchasers already know.
Graduation & Party Dresses
Kalt IIrs. of New York, makers of high-class
Cfraduati n ami fine white lingerie dresses,
M-nt u their sample, line. These beautiful
lree are direct copies of noted French model-
the-are elaborately trimmed with im
ported val. torchon. Venice and cluny laces, and
we are able to sell new up-to-the-minute
styles to you tor 1 juice or less. Some of
these arc slightly soiled from displav. but arc
in excellent condition otherwise, and at such a
at Close to Half Priee
$15.00 to SJ5.00 show-room
1 j. 50 to Si 5.00 show-room
-ample droses . . .,
$10.00 to $12.50 show-room
$7.50 to $ j 0.00 show-room
S12.50 to $16.50 New Spring and Sum
mer Coats at $7.50.
Stylish garments in the latest circular flounce
effect and other styles lined throughout
with peau de cygne silk materials are diag
onal weave, eponge, serges, fancy weaves
colors: tango, navy, Copenhagen," black, tan
$7.50 to $10.00 New Spring and Summer
Coats at $4.95.
Several very pretty styles in all-wool serge,
diagonals and fancy mixtures latest models
in the ?4 length, tailored and Ualmacaan
styles navy. Copenhagen and black.
150 White Lingerie Dresses $1.9S
Stylish all -over embroidery Dresses just the
thing for summer parties and vacation wear
choice of several models, prettily trimmed
with val and cluny lace, sizes 14 to 44. worth
$4.00 to S5.00. ' ' j
sale price J9 mjrL9
S12.50 Tailored Cloth Suits $5.95
Su.50 new spring tailored cloth suits -of all
wool serge: jackets lined with silk and satin;
several attractive styles from which to select;
i?i all sizes for misses and women; colors:
black, navy and Copenhagen ; "specially priced
for our summer J5
$25 to $40 High Class Suits $14.95
Choice of any remaining new spring suits in
our stock nothing reserved a splendid as
sortment still from which to choose garbar
dines. serges,, poplins, in very dressy effects.
100 White Lingerie Dresses $2.98
IJeauliful white lingerie dresses of eyelet cm
broidery latest button front designs; daintily
trimmed with val lace and velvet: all sizes for
misses or women ; $5.95 values; for our great
summer sale, ThSZ.
Beautiful .White Lingerie Dresses
5eautiful models in all-over eyelet embroidery
styles; handsomely trimmed with val and clu
ny lace insertion 14 to 44 sizes including,
one model with ribbon belt, especially appro-'
priate for graduating or party wear; worth''
00 for our great ' 3 Qff :
summer sale . . . . ruv
$4 to $5.00 Cloth Skirts $2.98
$4.00 to $5.00 Cloth Skirts, stylish 2-ruffle ef- (
feet model in serges, mohairs and fancy wor-
steds blacks, navies, grays, greens, tans and
cream white. Also a smart tunic effect pure (
'linen at this , 05?
Wash Skirts Underpriced 98c
Several pretty styles in pique, rep. kahki and
linene all sizes, including extra sizes.
H Price Sale Waists, House Dresses, Children's Dresses, Muslin wear, Petticoats, Corsets
V2 Price Sale, Waists, House Dresses, Children Dresses, Muslinwear, Petticoats and Corsets. 275 Dozen Waists, Hcuse Dresses, Dressing Sacques, Petticoats and Bungalow Aprons purchased from the High Grade f
Waist Co. 141 2nd St.. Philadelphia, Pa. Owing to the backward season, they have accepted our offer for their surplus stock at 50c on the Dollar. LOOK OVER THE PRICES.
.V)c women's dressing sacques.
lawns, broken sizes
in percale and
11.00 women's house dresses fa percale and gingham
tory lots', excellent make, while
they last, choice
?1.2 women's house dresses, gingham and percale, in stripes
and checks, some collars (fT v
fancy trimmed U zj? O
J1.30 to $Z 00 women's house dresses in linene.
.-h runic cotton. Madras, percale, gingham; a great
many embroidered fron is and tunic efTect3
tl.Ofl women's gingham petticoats, regular and extra sizes.
1 plain, fancy stripes, great many embroidered,
il.50 women's fateen petticoats, in black and
colors, regular and extra slze3
39c women s shirt waists in linen and lawn; factory
lots and small sizes, while they last, choice
50c and 75c women's shirt waists, in madras, linene, voile
and lawn, lace and embroidered trimmed, plain and fancy
models, factory lots
while they last, choice
$1.09 values women's shirt waists, in voile, lawns, stripe.
dotted swiss, some with contrasting combination of colored
collar and cuffs factory lots
while they last, choice
$1.50 women's shirt waists, in lawn, barred
stripes, excellent assortment of fancy models
while they last,
$1.75 to $2.50 women's shirt waists, in voile, fancy stripe,
crepes the new high colors in blue tango, pink, red, the
eastern craze -sreat many different styles to select from
including Jap silk and messaline waists
factory lots choice :
$1.00 to $1.23 women's rind misses middy blouses, Hy-Grade
galatea cloth with contrasting collar and cuffs, tfSitfer
some with belt, choice v?L
Women's silk waists in messaiine. chiffon; all high-class
models; were sold elsewhere for $5.00 to
$7.50 our price ......
50c women's bungalow aprons, in percale, light and dark col
ors: 150 in this lot: limit one to a customer; while they
last (no phone or mail orders Qf
accepted) choice v C
25c to Site women's bra ssieres. lace and embroidered
trimmed; all sizes; while they last ,..
$3.00 women's shirt waists, the dainty new creation, 35 dlf- i
ferent styles made especially for this sale the talk of the
tri-cities in Jap silk, tub silk, plain and fancy '
stripes and crepe and colored voHe choice " '
SOc to 75c women's B. & J. brand brassieres,
lace and embroidery trimmed '.
$1.00 to $1.50 women's B. & J. brand brassieres, laceJ fg
and embroidered trimmed; all sizes; while they lastv
$2.00 to $2.50 women's B . & .1. brand brassieres, lace
and embroidered trimmed; all sizes
$1.00 and $1.50 Sample corsets of contil and batiste, non-rustl-
ble boning, guaranteed clasp; hose sup-
porters attached; choice
$2.1.0 to $7.5o Drummers' Samples and showroom corsets, in
cluding a bankrupt stock; all sizes in this sea-
son's wanted models .' . -'
ii if n iji tm ii p iu
'W''T ! ?w ,V"?T-"i-f 1
2 SUSPECTED OF
Eearsay Evidence Only Testi
mony Produced in Police
Court Hearing of Case.
Tom Coyne, a brother of one of the
defendants, had stated in the salooa
that Schole had told hiin that if he
(Scheie) was arrested that Tom
Coyne's brother would be takr-n also,
as he was implicated.
George Weinberger, bartender at
the saloon, testified similarly to the
s'ory told by his employer. However,
when other witntsses were placed on
the stand the testimony was conflict-
j fng and Tom Coyne. Schoie a;id Kd
I Coyne told stories different from the
After the testimony of several men J i.alocn men.
a given in police court this morn
Ir.g Aristaat State's Attorney Ed-c.-3s,
cialn.ing that nauch: but hear-
ray evii n-e bad been presented, made '
W. H. Miller of Chicago, Inter
national Secretary, Reads
an Interesting Paper.
the former recommended the coopera
tion of the General Federation of
Women's clubs with the movement,
which resulted in the organizatio.i of
a Lincoln Highway association. Al
ready several millions of dollars have
been promised for the project, which
it is estimated will cost twenty-five
millions, and the road, which will fol-1
low the old historic routes and trails, I
has been mapped out through most of j
the states. Mrs. Kendall, in charge of!
tree planting along the highway, has
called a conference of her committee, I
which includes every chairman of con
servation in ail the State Federations
Pretty Play Given by Depart
mental School Miss Linda
Sool Delights Audience.
A stag supper was tendered the In
ternational officers of the Stewards' as-
xi i i,irif - i n i n i ll I .
rC.CrilMU lnHLUtmut wwi isolation by members or the kock is-jor vvomen's clubs. They will meet at
AM THE DAVEMP0RT SIDE Ia:ld coun'-y branch of the organize- j the tjme of ti,e biennial convention of
wm iiii. u""-,., . .lUon last evening at the Watch Tower women's clubs in Chicago, June 9-19.
E. S. Crossett of Davenport retainea , ,nn An jnvittnK 8pread was served at'
N'uns and nurses Anna Mielke,
Doctor Waldron Dolly.
Patients Lester Horst, C.ara Ehleb,
ORION HIGH SCHOOL
mat roi:rc .uaiiraie nitiu tne poIf challenge cup at tne kock is-, 9 0-cjook and was follow
. i.-s jl- ra.-,e .tainst iieruia.ii , land Arsenal club s links yesterday ai- ; ,k wilHamll Morris
,"d JVklTn I FOURTEEN PUPILS HAVE
Is of C bicaeo.
".: nan a1 (one till a cuarge ui ; ternoon. defeating E. f. .Mueiier oi ; lntcrnational secretary, read a paper
t-wrg burglarized ' the saloon of j davenport 2 up 1 to play. Mr. Cross- ( cn the npw training B'chool at Muncie. j
i;rieg . Kroegr. hourtu ave-;ett played witii a nanaicap oi o, wiuie
t---. on ti.e rnortung cf May 13. j his opponent Is a scratch man. D-ck-
Ther wa fjn incriminating rr.if,r French challenged the winner. Dav
C"3:ae ai.d considtrabl' bear.ay ' en port memben of the club plan to
liuitce, !,ut Attorney Edwards con-! retain the cup in that city as long as
tn-id t.. the court that it was not they can through priority in challeng--Hcicrtiy
uroug to hold the men to'lng. The holder must play the first
t!"." t-raJ jury. j member challenging him.
Sen'.'!:- ami ( one were rharged with i
ls-v.Bg Lri.Ken a panel in the rear door ! V
tJ? Kroner saloon and having II REALTY CHANGES jl
oirlfcter. a !
(Spwial to The Arfi-.i.s.)
Orion. May 23. Tlie high school
1 Eril'UI S 'l l - I I I 111 I-. 11 I 11 1 V !-.-'
. , , , ) opera house last evening, W. C. Evens
of the Lincoln school very p easantly t
.. (being class speaker. The class con
entertained a large crowd at the bis : sisted of njne menlUer9 witll m,3 Vio-
school auditorium last evening whei;let Chinnell salutatorian and .Miss
Addition to Government Biolog-'
ical Station Will Be
Used by Scientists. ' :
they presented "Evange ine." All the
characters were very well presented.
Little Linda Sool, 10-ye.ar-old inuslc-an
ltol-c from the cash register, a ' S
t'n; rcr.ta:ning J2.T. a revolver val-j Robert E. Witter to Mary Green.
u -j a; J-t and b-vra! bottl of w hisky, j ix,t 4, block "F." Moline Water Power
'.-. Krg r. 'b proprietor of the j co.'a addition, Moline. $1.
'!- r- was the first to testify, explain- yt, tr c.iih to Hotiert M. Whitney.
South 40 feet, lot 14. W. E. Bailey's
1 i' iLc- circumstance of the cloning of j
t-? cil'oii vu the night Just a few j 0alt (jrove addition, I lock Island. $1.
if.rs V.rcr,. the robbery was com- . Uzzlt! Vanatta, helra of
spoke of :h action of
S: i,- :.i.-i Covof the next day and
f-'iMr Calmed 'hat several days ago I
30; also the
north . uortheaBt southwest
i to Charley K- Vanatta.
southwest i. nectlon
t I section 3r-16 4 west. J12.00U.
Joaephus A. Clapper to Mamie A.
Clapper. Undivided 4 of north
southwest U section 7-16-5 west. Jl.
K-e,.a fcruard make life a success,
b"? the f.rst ehsenti.il la good health.
Ti.is r..:z. ialv be obtained by keep
ing the stomach, liver and bowels
ct:vo aad reguUr. To this eDd. try
TV.I. hnAl Act CHI I iCii! unr9 ii'U4
u' D u ' w ' : l ., x- f u 1 1 . i .
, . . , , ... ,, , aciiuui ,u. oo, -luur tunes puhuihcm oi
erected by the association with the ;
help of hotela throughout the country, j Milan and better known as the Keller
Hotel work in all branches is taught ; school, were perfect in attendance
at the school He also spoke of the! during the spring term, which closed
good work the organization was doing ' May 22. Gladys Muhleman. Sidney
throughout the country. jMcConnell. Clara DePaun. Elizabeth
George Mitchell, former steward of 1 McConnell. Mary Daxon, Howard Cur
one of the prominent clubs in New Or-! tia. Clara Gruske, Carl Gruske. Ray
leans, was a guest of honor, and Frank j niond Muhleman. Esther Wangelln,
Stewart of Davenport, former super- Ruth Wangelln, James Wochner. Mary
tnronriont nf thm dlninir car system of ! -rusKe, tva w angcun.
nrnrrriT m o ' -r r r i-o
lunrLOl ivmnrv HI WU. OOjanj a pu,,ii i the rourth grace, ren
The following pupils attending dered a number of violin selections.
the Rock Island lines, was made an
honorary member cf the association.
Jake illller of Hot Springs. Ark.. In
ternational president, was detained on
Important business matters and was
unable to attend.
The next session will be held the
latttr part of June.
Committee Meeting Postponed.
The meeting of ibH odd Fellow com-
TREE PLANTING PLACED
IN THE HANDS OF WOMAN
A Chicago woman. Mrs. E. E. Ken
dall, has been appointed to take charge ;
of the tree planting along the Lincoln j
highway. When the first woman's
good roads convention was held in
Woodhull Man is Dead in West.
Woodhull. May 23. Word has been
received by relatives that Henry Craw
ford was buried at his home in Long
Beach. Cal., recently. He was 63 years
lof age. Mr. Crawford was born and
j grew to manhood in this vicinity. His
health failed and he went with his
! family to California about ten years
Florence Jones valedictorian.
All members of Sibouey Bay Camo
No. 8. V. S. W. V.. are requested to
meet at the court house at 10 a. ni.
and so pleased with her work she was ! Sunday. May 24, to attend memorial
rei-eatedly recalled, bhe was accom- services at the United Presbyterian
panied by her teacher. Miss Alice j church, corner Fourteenth street and
Williams. Third avenue. All veteran soldier3
The cast of characters of "Evange-; aati bailors are cordially invited to
-ine." which wis presented in a num- meet with us. Also all veteran? are
ber of scenes, was an follows:
Benedict Bellefontiine Trilby Foun
tains. Evangeline, His Daughter Marjaret
Basil Iajeunesse WalJron Dolly.
Gabriel. His Son Lester Horst.
Fat'ier Feiiclan, The Yi.lage Priest
Rene Leblunc, Notary Carl
to repcrt at t'le court house at 8:30 a.
m. Saturday, May 30, to participate in
Memorial day exercises. By order
WILLIAM A. RKII). Commander.
L. M. TITTEKLNGTOX, Adjutant.
I Bids will be received at the mayor's
Erb-toflice until 10 a. m. June 3. 1914. for
iron junk locatec at the waterworks
I. ). O. F, memorial services, wnicn
was to have teen held last evening
at the hall, was postponed and will be
held Monday evening. The two speak
ers. Rev. M. E. Chatley of Rock Is-
! land and E. K. Faylor of Springfield,
li.iii- already 1 eei secured ant the
TOf in TTFRI minute hope to complete the filial
" a Wifixxv. MM M. M. aa!, by Mon(Jav Tht. nienioriaJ U
C 2 2 Q E3 D 3 3 O to be Su"d"-v June 21-
mittee waking arrangements for the Chicago Mrs. Philip N. Moore of St.
Louis, then the president of the Gen
eral Federation of Women's clubs, and j
Mrs. Enunons Crocker of Fltchburg,
Mass., then, as now, at the head
of the conservation department of the
General Federation, were present. The
subject of building a highway from
ocean to ocean was discussed. Both '
Mrs. Moors and Mrs. Crocker became
deeply interetted In the subject and
Now for sale at
The Mill Store
3C0 Ifh Avenue
Phone K. I. 2HH
Baptiste. His Son Francis Dunn, 'plant, also separate bids will be re-
Michael, a Fidler Arthur. Lind- j colvd at the sa.me time and place for
ross. ! Steam rollers and road grader located
Ccmmander of British troops Rich-'1 ,lie c'!.v barn. Bids in each instance
nrd Monroe. j must be accompanied by a certified
British soldiers Kirk Journy. Fred i check in 10 per cent of the amount of
MIlow. Arthur Day. Edgar De Voe. tie
Girls and youths of villaee Hor-! H- M- SCHUIVER. Mayor,
tense Bassett. Marie Bruner, Jaunua j (Adv.)
Funkenstein. John Dice,
Dr. R. E. Coker, director of the Fai
port biological station, announces that
the new permanent laboratory will.be..
opened on or about June 15. The 8tru5
ture, which is now nearlng completion, .
is the largest building at the Falrport
station. Arrangements are now bslng
made as to the opening and it la ex
ported that in addition to the regular
scientific staff at the station that .a,
number of Investigators will also be
present. Scientific men have been
awaiting the opening of the laboratory,
and many of them will carry on their
investigations at that place during the:
summer months. if
For the accommodation of the visit; "
ors, mess will be operated in the
basement of the laboratory. ' A well
lighted dining room is a feature, of
the new building and this together
with the dormitories In the upper part
of the building will extend every a,c.--commodation
to the scientists who
will remain there during the sumniex
season. ., , .
Brewery Worksrs to Picnic. ", . , "
Brewery Wbrkers Union No. 264, o
Rock Island, will give their fourth an-'
nual picnic Saturday, May 30. They;
have engaged Hubers garden for thQ
Co Tin or
I Looney, Max Levy,
Women of village Bessie Crowlev,
! Ida l.an-on. Gertrude liniont. Imogcne
Riack, Mildred Hackett.
Sailors Connor Looney, Max Levy,
Herdsmen, trsppers and hunters
Kirk Jouruy, Fred MIlow, Arthur
Day, Edgar De Voe.
Indian Richard Monroe.
Indian girla lrma Leylein, Xerlue
Damon. , .
Bids will be received at the mayor's
oflice until 10 a. in. June 3. 1J14. for
W inch screenings F. O. B. water
works switch to supply waterworks
until May 1. 1915. Bidders must state
mine or i.i'nes from which coal, will
H. M. SCH RIVER, Mayor.
&ews all the time Tb--1
1 The Marvelous Aid to Soap
Clonus Things Clean
Vacd with Soap Wherever Soap is Used
For Sale by all Grocer and DraggUtt