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TIIK ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914.
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2000 yards of beautiful silks in a big sale starting tomorrow
Our taln over 2000 yards ot a wholesaler's surplus stock makes these low pricei possible. Every yard is per
fect and the values surpass anything we have seen this season. It is an extraordinary opportunity to buy silks
lor new waists, afternoon and evening dresses. We have made extra preparations for quick service.
Four immense lotsSale to be in our Daylight Silk Section, 2nd floor.
LOT I VP vnrds of 21 and
C?-:n.h satin messalines in
strip . hv-ks and hnehe
iV.-i.rii: i-olnrs are blues,
browns, tans, prays, creen.
pink. Mark and white: make
r.p beautifully in waists and
85c and $1
LOT II ?A yards of beau
tiful :V2-in-h brocaded pop
lins; a host of handsome pat
terns in su-h colors as navy,
eopcnhaircn, Mallard blue,
Russian green, wistaria,
brown, taupe. Cedar and
blaek. "Wonderful values at
(Jfle per yard.
LOT III 2G1 yards, of dou-
ble width - silk and woo!
broehe poplins; beautiful
soft-finished materials in
navy, Copenhagen, Alice
blue, Russian green, wis
taria, gray, taupe, mahog
any, terra cotta, brown and
black; for waists, gowns for
street or evening wear.
LOT IV 372 yards of 40 to
44-ineh brocaded and print
ed crepe de chines, silk and
wool poplins. Cascadeaux,
matelasse, Canton crepes,
charmeuse and the like; 39
different colors and color
combinations; among these
are the very richest of the
season's most fashionable
$2 and $3
About 1.000 yards of 7-V printed Jacquard messalines; 22 and 23 inches wide; included in this sale at 39c a yd.
Now comes more good news for those zvho would save!
1100 coats, suits
some about half
$7.50 dresses at $2.98
Corduroy, velvet and silk and wool dresses In navy,
black, brown and taupe. You could not begin to
niake any of thes dresses for ?C.9S.
$8.75 dresses at $3.98
Fine wool crepe dresses in navy. Copenhagen, taa
and other good colors; attractive styles.
$10 wool dresses for 6.95
A collection of beautiful dresses made of fine quali
ties cf wool crepe, poplins and serges in a good
range of desirafc'e colors.
$25 silk dresses at 12.95
High grade dresses in exclusive models: taffetas.
siiU poplins, crepe de chines and crepe meteors; oaly
on? of a kind.
Children's $3.95 coats 1.29
A collection of children's warm winter coats In sizes
ranging from 2 to 6 years; good serviceable styles.
Children's wool dresses $1
Wool dresses r.f serge, challls and other materials
in a good rane cf colors; 2 to 12 year sizes; $2.75
dreses for frl.
Children's wash dresses 59c
Originally $1 and $1.50; made of ginghams, percales
and the size ranee is frcin 6 to 14 years; splendid
for s.-hool wear.
Children's 75c dresses 29c
Wash dresses for the little folks between the ages of
2 and 6; mad of ginghams and percales in dair.ty
The frreat Ready-to-Wear room, third floors wilr be thronged tomorrow and
the days that follow if wonderful savings count for anything. If you have
been putting off buying a coat, suit or dress, this is the time you have been
waiting for. The mother with a little girl or two to clothe can scarcely af
ford to let such a chance pass unnoticed.
A sale that in quantity, quality and
values is the most important ever
held in our Ready-to- Wear Section
S 12.95 values
Here we have a large collection of
stylish winter coats in good staple
models that are suitable for almost
any occasion. The range of materials
includes the most of the good, warm
serviceable cloths that are now fash
ionable. There is only one or two of
a kind, and we have practically all
$12.95 coats for
some less than half price
Women's house dresses 39c
During this sale we will offer a col
lection of stylish Fall suits that we
secured at a price concession on ac
count of late delivery. Among them
are women's, misses' and juniors'
sizes. The juniors' suits are in a
staple style that will be good in the
Spring. Materials are serges and
fancy mixtures in navy, brown and
$15 suits for
Stripes and plain colors; made with square neck
edged with contrasting colors; wonderful values at
the sale price, 89c.
Children's $1 sweaters, 59c
A collection of odd sweaters; some are slightly
Boiled. Come in white, red and gray; sizes for chil
dren from 3 to 10 years.
Misses' $1.75 sweaters $1
Collection of odd sweaters; a few are slightly soiled;
splendid quality and come in white, red and gray;
12 to 14 year sizes.
25c wool toques at 10c
Children's wool toques: slightly soiled; colors are
white, red, gray and navy.
50c wool toques at 19c
Misses fine wool toques in fancy weaves; a good
range of colors; some are a little soiled, but the
saving makes up for it.
$3.95 silk waists, $1.98
A collection of silk and chiffon waists in a good
range of colors and a dozen different styles. Only
one or two of a kind.
$7.95 dress skirts for 3.98
Dress skirts of high grade serges, poplins and fancy
cloths; mostly staple straight line models that are
always in good style.
$10 dress skirts for 4.98
New model skirts with Russian tunics, accordion
pleated tunics and new yoke styles; made of all wool
serges and poplins in navy, black and brown.
Tomorrow zve bsgin an important
Sale of women's hand bags
AT SA V1NGS OF HALF OR MORE
Ty a fortunate turn of ireumtan.-es we were enabled to get this lot of
bags "at a pru-e which permits us to sell them at a half or more below the us
ual prir-cs. These hairs are of
Genuine Monveo Pin seal Crepe leather Velvet
Pin Persian African leather Moire silk Chiffon velvet
Ev.rv bajr is this season's goods in the newest and most wanted shapes,
with pannier or double strap handles; some fitted with manicure pieces, and
all have mirror and inside change purse.
Bags of finest pin seal, Mo
rocco PersiaD seal and
Fine fabric Vags
Silk moire. -r.i!Ton velvet and vel
Tet; silk lined and fitted with mir
ror and ro!n purse:
Me tor bags worth 1125
for Lags worlh $1.50
fc9e for bag worth $2.00
fl for tag3 worth $2.50
$1.2$ for ta?s worth $5.00
Genuine Pin Seal Bags
Genuine pin seal bags; s'.lk lined;
ith mirror and coin pure; pan
b!t or (.trap handle; kQ
13.50 bags for 910?
j crepe fea :
j for $3 bags.
$2.29 for $3.50 bags.
tor ?4 and $", bags.
iJs and ?2.9 for $5 and $S bags
Genuine Morocco bags
i German silver mountings; silk
I lined mirror and coin fiC
purses. $10 bags for V"
Morocco and crepe
German silver mountings; allk
lined with mirror and tr CA
Genuine Seal Big;
German silver mountings
lined with four flttin
$12 values for
Pin seal ba?s
With German silver mountings;
has four fittings; regular
$12 values for
Pin seal bags
WHh gun metal frames: eilk lined;
mirror and change purse; ffO
regular $13 values for 0
Fine Morocco bags
In th new melon shape: five fit
tings: German silver frame;
silk lined; $14 values
change purae; $12 values
H-re is a harvest for the early Christmas buyer
Xow in progress in our
Art Needlework Section,
suggests the advisability
of immediately beginning
the Christmas gifts which
one intends making and
emphasizes our readiness
to supply all needed materials.
Learn how to
knit and crochet
Mrs. Russell, an expert from
Philadelphia is In oof Art
Needlework Section this week
and next giving free lessons in
bow to knit and crochet with
Come in and see the new
models in sweaters, shawls,
afghans and blankets which
Miss Russell Is showing, and
which she will gladly teach you
how to make.
$1 to $3 W. B. corsets, 98c
Up-to-date lozv, medium or high
bust long hip models; sizes 18 to 36
Another of those 98c corset sales which have been the
wonder of the tri-cities. The maker of these famous corsets
derided to discontinue certain numbers which were similar to
other styles which he had and thus reduce manufacturing
costs. We bought fifteen dozen of these discontinued num
bers at a big saving and will put them on sale the next
few days at 98c.
QQa for a model that usually sells at
IOL $2.50; has medium low bust and
long h!p: fancy brocaded coutil with
QQa for a model usually $3; medium
JVhigh bust, long hip: fitted with
three pairs of hose supporters; made
of fancy striped coutil; neatly trimmed
QOa for one of the regular $3 mod
70L els; has high bust and long hip;
made of good grade coutil and is fin
ished with embroidery at top.
narrow edge of embroidery at top.
QOa for models that usually sell at
7oC$2; medium bust and long hip
for slender ind medium figures; made
of batiste w. h embroidery trimming.
Batiste brassieres; lace and embroidei trimmed;
s zei 34 to 44; 75c values on sale at 45c 4th floor
$1 sale of women's tan shoes
Just 100 pairs in all widths and
12 pairs that were $3.50
GO pairs that were $4.50
2S pairs that were $5.00
There Is Just as much value and service in these
shoes as the day they were bought, but tans are not
as stylish as they once were, hence this reduction.
If you need a pair of shoes and do not care about
the" fact that they are tans, here is a bargain worth
Special noon luncheon
Tomorrow to 2 o'clock
Sirloin steak Raw-fried potatoes
Bread Pie Coffee
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SECOND AND HARRISON STREETS
T1TITB iTi ITIYITlTn IIIIJllll T1T1T1T1V.T.TIV1V1
Free medallion offer
closes December 1st
Get your cards punched before that date
and order vour medallions
j ial association
tli I'ret-bvM'rlan ' ttrial afc-oriatlon and a good repre-
j church of this city -m Monday at 2 wn.atlon t the, Sunday school work-
rlfited: County pri tiideiit, C. W. Uet-
l ' AT.Rnn
'f i .. ...... u .h. r.unxise of f -.nuideriog : era of the county present. A very in
itei r.,. . - . . . ih. ir.rr cr i lerofct tib 111 I i ii l' was held and a mo-
Tr r. . Z .Z:;- . hool ass.oci.tt-n.'tir.n to r.rgaiiU. was unanimously Intents: Adult Haases, C 11. Jack;
wcrej boii, io micujiu.ic, .
wiler, Alfdo; county secretary. Will
i. Kuiiert, Alrdo; county treasurer,
W. H. Hunt. Viola: department fuper-
met with V : ; ..." "X -rter were 12 members of the mlala-1 adopted. The following officer.
istic committee. C. W. Biidgford. Joy,
Hev. n. R. Nesbit. Viola. Hev. Charles
Johnston, New Windsor, primary.
Miss Trissa Wolff, Keithsburg; teach
er training classes. Rev. A. Sella rs,
Keithsburg: home department. Miss
Prtiiie Raldwjn. Alcdn; cradle roll, I trrnatioTinl assccintion were lrft with
Mrb. Rowena Weils, Aledo; evangel-i the execuUve committee to supply.
The ocminating committee consisted
of Mrs. o. J. l.orimer. Aledo. Miss
I ' llarnn. ' i , 1 T V. . , I
j the 12 derailments adopted oy ;;.e in- I .7 . ""''""-
Norwood, C. H. Jackson, Joy.