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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1911.
CAMP INVITED TO
YouH see young men at
tired just like this picture
shows, wearing Mosen
felder & Sons College
Suits and Overcoats, a t
$18.00 to $35.00.
Woodmen of World of This
City Will Go in a Body to j
ait. t i ' v - "1
TO TAKE SOME FROM HERE
Initiation Ceremonies Will He
Charge of the Iowa State
Hock Island camp. No. ?5, Wood
mea of the World, and Lincoln camp
of Moline have been invited to par-;
ticipate in a large class Initiation
which w Ill be held at Lyons, Iowa,
Dec. 6. Woodmen of the World from
various parts of Iowa and Illinois
will be prevent and many new mem
bers will be added to the society,'
the initiation being done by the Iowa
state degree staff in charge of State
Manager Geiger. Rook Island camp
plans to tike several candidates to
the ceremonies. j
TO C EI.EBRiTE PlTiniASE.
A feature of the meeting will be a
meeting in the afttraoon to cele
brate the pu-rcliase of a tract of land
not far from Lyons on which the so
ciety will erect a home for aged
Woodmen of the World. The struc
ture as planned will cost $30000
snd it is expf-cred to prove of great
benefit to the BCiety. Sovereign
Commander J. C. Hoot and other
high officials of the Woodmen of the
World will be present. ;
Walnut Grove No. '11 of the Wood
men Circle will initiate a cl;iss in the'
lodge hall here Nov. 2 8. j
Rock Island camp has issued in-
vitations to a dancing party to be
given Thursday evening, Nov. 20, at!
the Elks' hall. I
At High School
A young student from Japan named
Katagawa, who is working his way j
through the University of Wisconsin, j
visited the high school yesterday, sell-'
lng pictures of various kinds in order :
to make money with which to com-,
rlete his education. Many of the high :
school students thought, and others
planned to do so when he calls again, :
v. hich he promised to do within sev
The Theadelphic Literary society
held a meeting yesterday afternoon,
and in response to an invitation issued
at the last meeting of the organization
half a dozen of the parents of mem-
The FREE j
With all its improvements and
attachments with an unlimited
guarantee and with five years
insurance policy against fire or
breakage will be sold to you by
this store for i
$1 a ;
It has taken the American '
sports or mercantile affairs is "supremacy" and at this great grow
ing clothing store you'll find that "air" pervading the whole place. Even
to the smallest purchase in the house, the same idea prevails, and that is
"Absolutely greater values here than elsewhere in the tri-cities." Es
pecially true in our overcoat department which is now at its best. Here we
give you the finest values procurable anywhere. Hart, Schaffner & Marx,
Society Brand, Clothcraft and other styles besides, new English models
raglan styles, great coats, ulsters, belted box coats, Chesterfields, three-
quarter length, Society Brand storm-fair,
short snappy topcoats at $15 to $35. And
the largest and most distinctive showing in
ppntra Illinois at S2 5 anri U 1 b V
Winter suits cut in both English and American styles in the latest browns,
grays, wine shades, wine mixtures, and others, body tracing suits,
Shapemaker suits, Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Society Brand, Clothcraft and
others too. Ask to see the Envoy, the new "Master," the handsomest
young men's suits ever displayed in the tri-cities. Lots of fine styles as
low as $12.50 and from there up to $35 for the finest.
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The IVlagnificent Specimens of Art Tailoring as Featured in
Our Hart, Schaffner r Marx, Society Brand and Clothcraft
Suits O'coats is a Tribute to the Skill of American Workmen
Most Bock Island parents know that for greater values and wider arrays
of the latest boys' and children's styles, there's no place quite like Mosen
felder & Sons. We take as much pride in the outfitting of the little fellows
as we do their elders. Here we are selling New Russian suits, Norfolk
suits, Sailor suits, School suits in two and three piece styles at $2.50 and
$12.00, which means fully 10 per cent to 20 per cent more value than
elsewhere. A host of new overcoats in the protector styles for boys
Box coats and others, reefers too, in latest materials at $3.50 to $10.00.
Bring the lads here tomorrow.
150 pairs boys bloomer pants,
ages 6 to 16, 75c and $1.00
Of all the classy furnishings we've ever shown, this season's eclipse all.
Here are swell new shirts with cuffs attached coat styles in new patterns
at $1.00 to $2.50. New nifty popular flannel shirts with collars to
match and new French cuffs at $2.50 to $3.00. Biggest underwear de
partment in town, featuring Staley Brand, the leading knitting mill. Union
suits or separate garments in all materials at $1.00 to $5.50. New Fall
silk hose at 50c to $1.00 per pair.
Phoenix Silk Hose, guaranteed 3 months, 4 pair $2.00.
Get a new Scratch up hat, very swell, here at $3.00 and $3.50, on a swell
new Velour hat at $3.50. All the classy new shapes and colors. A lot of
swell new shapes in College caps for nifty dressers at $1.00 to $1.60.
Telescopes, fedoras ,etc, at $2.00.
Footballs Free With Boys' Suits,
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woman 20 years to learn that
she was paying an awful price1
for her sewing machines when!
she bought them from some
door bell ringer. j
Another good machine, 1912
high-arm model, with all the
newest improvements, such as
automatic bobbin winder, self-;
threading shuttle and tension1
release at $20 and $25. j
The Mill Store, j
300-302 Fourth Avenue,
Rock Island, 111. j
Agents for "The Free" Sewing j
!urs of the society gathered to hear
the profrram, which was as follows:
Piano Solo Ethel Jens.
Original Story Marion Atkinson.
Life of Guldo Reni Miriam WaJker.
Tiano So'.o Mildred Schlebcrl.
Inscription of "The Aurora"'
Kni) Emma Dirgeldein.
Humorous Reading Blanche
Piano Solo Andora Larrison.
AT AUGUST ANA
of the society, had charge of the!
meeting He will also art as toast-'
master at the ban'j?t this evening.!
Ever sinre Its organization, thej
fall of 1SS6, the Belles Lettre soci-j
ety has ecj- ed the prominence of;
beini? the Icachns Swedish literary
organisation &i the Lutheran Inst!-!
tution of leair.tng. Its membership j
includes man; of the professors atj
Augustana. some of the students
who are sufficiently proficient In ths
Swinish language and have an ln-
The Swedish Society of Belles
lettres of Augustana college cele
brates its 13th anniversary today
with an informal program in the
levture room of the Denkmann Me
morial library this afternoon and a
banquet at the New Harper this eve
ning. The Rev. K. William Dahl of
Omaha, one of the pioneer members
of the organization delivered the
principal address at this afternoon's
program, reviewing the past history
of the society and dwelling upon tbe
necessity of the Swedish-American
of today keeping in touch with the
literature of Scandinavia. A quartet
composed of Wennerberg chorus
members also rendered several se
lections. Ocar Monian, prej-deni
HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR.
Soap and water if irsed too frequent
ly will spoil any head of hair. The
best hair treatment is a dry shampoo
made as follows: Get six ounces of I
vilane powder. Mix thoroughly and j
keep in a tight box or Jar. At night ,
apply a heaping tableepoonful to the;
hair; distribute with the fingers aUi
through the hair to the scalp. Next!
day comb and brush until all trace Is !
removed and as a result any man or
woman will have beautiful fluffy hair, j
This removes dirt, surplus oil, dan-!
druff, etc. It is the best thing ever
devised for excessively "greasy'" hair.
Many easterners now use it regularly.
Men use it daily and ladies one to
three times a week.
tere-st in Scandinavian literature.
"Jul-Runan," a Christmas maga
zine formerly gotten out by this so
ciety each year, will be revived again
this season and work is now under
way tor the publishing of this book.
It will bo profusely illustrated and
coatiir. ehort stories and poems con
tributed by the best Swedish-Amer-Wn
literary men. The edition will
number about five thousand copies.
Professor Jules Maurltzon, head of
the department of Swedish lan
guage and literature at Augustana,
is supervising the publication of this
SALVATION ARMY TO
John Morton, who admitted having a j suit, for divorce, charging him with
wife in Bolton, England, today t'gan I biarny
Gwps From Davenport GlTes Hoc It
Inland First Service Iniring
Period of Six Months.
A Wanner Vengeance
would have fallen on any one who
attacked the son of Peter Bondy of
South Rockwood, Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of kidney
trouble. "Doctors could not help
him." he wrote, "so at laEt we gave
him Electric Bitters and he improv-j
ed wonderfully from taking six hot-'
ties. It's the best kidney medicine
I ever saw." Backache, tired feel
ing, nervousness, loss of appetite,
warn of kidney trouble that may end
In dropsy, diabetes or Bright' dis
ease. Beware: Take Electric Bit
ters and be safe. Every bottle guar
anteed; SO cents at all druggist.
The Salvation Array made Us ap-:
pear on the streot of Rock Island last
night for the first time in six months. '
For nearly an hour the corps was sur-,
rounded by & crowd of Interested list-;
enera. The corps was from Davenport,
there being none in this city at present !
due to scarcity of staff officers in the
the army. i
In reply to a question as to whethf r ;
Satan had triumphed in this city and ;
had driven out the Salvation Army, the '
officer in charge emphatically ttau-d
that such was not the case and that a
corps would be intrenched here again
before long and that it would be pre
pared to put up a harder fight than j
ever before in the work of saving souli. j
Poor Johfi! j
Joliet, 111., Nov. 17. Amanda Brenk-;
er of Beecher, I1L, who married Rev.
O R E AM
Made from Pure, Grape
Cream of Tartar
Surpasses every other baking
powder in making delicious,
Protects the food from alum.