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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TUXmSJTJLV. FKBRTJAItY 5, 1914.
YOUNG & McCOMBS-
YOUR VOTE WILL DECIDE. To Churches and Charity
GRAND SALE of COATS
Any Heavy Coat
In the House
(f i. 0 o v 0 ih to Pass
Jff Vp These
Specials In Every Department For Bargain Friday
Only those items that are mark
FRIDAY. You will find these
ed with YELLOW SIGNS are for BARGAIN
articles at the regular price on every other day.
A good assortment of chinchillas, boucles, mlr-
ture. caraculs. aMrukans am kerseys in uort-
raent of color .rang!r.g from
12.50 to $33.00
FURNISHINGS FOR MEN
And still we sell! There is
show their sterling quality. Th
Several new bargains have been
Phoenix bra i. (J knit mufflers, two
button claps, military collars, roll
collars and plain neckpiece. White
gray and bl i- L. .Mercerized or all
w x. 'j'h: OQ
Xa'ural Australian wool yltirt ami
ilravcrs, ribbed tail. hi k taped
k and front. All a flQ
t.o-. tl.o't valde 3IUJ
Ail leather. thre Iiinse. Ki cue's
brass lock". one incl: straps. !eai!ti
i ovjTfd corners, all hand 6fci,
shirt fold ami ln-n CO QQ
liri'ng. t val.ie )J'30
Body guard union cults
M count percaie, f ill run of sizes,
large aaosrf mer.t of r" items In
coat "tyle. MQ
11.00 value "TiJO
one thing- about our sales that
iey do not get "played out."
added each day.
Large assortment of full open e:id
stilkn. Sl'c OKr
Jaeger Fleeced Garments
Cotton teoced (separate garments,
full rante ot sizes. ftft
5"c value ".".c, :i for 4IUU
Ulue cheviot and Amoskeag cham
bray wort hhlrts. 4 ff
ZV: value, three fir y lUU
American taffeta, wide taped edge,
fancy and ni'ss'on liandlc-s, "J and
in(h tI"i- QQn
J1.2S value:; 301
Tan, black, heito, navy and gray.
Placing our entire s'ock of men's
capes, kid and mocha gloves at dis
count. Value 11.50 f 4 ng
to $2.00 3 I aCJ
Ai: shades up to j- r
15.00. at OUC
In velvet and astrakan, in
brown and navy, age 2, 3
and 4 years. J4.tS a jq
value, at aC,fU
4 t IIII.IIK' WKAII,
SK U.NU FI.OOK)
Ladies' Union Suits
of heavy cotton, high neck.
long sleeves, one-half low
neck and elbow aq
sleeves. $1 value . ...OSU
KMT l)i:ilHKAH, M.tlX
Women's Cape Gloves
!n tan, grey and black, lined
and unlined. $1.50 4Q
value 4 I 1 w
Itil.nVKX, MAIN' KI.OOH)
Nature's Kival. for the fu.l
figurei In all sizes
In plain blue pineliani. with
collar attached. rtC
IIOW l.T!ll; lKIT.
oui plated, worth up QQ
to $5.00 ydc
(JKHKMIV, MAIN FI.OIIH)
A wolf dyed black with ex-
I ceptlonally gfod quality dye.
large size, $12.95 r nr
(KIRS, SECOND FLOOR)'
of nalnsooK and lonsdale
cambric, prettily trimmed,
with ribbon, embroidery and
lace, $1.75 QQ
of Swiss and cambric. (
to 15c value UC
I LOOK J
27 inches wide of Swiss and
batiste, new patterns. Aft
$1.50 values H3C
55c value OUC
IIOI SKKI HMMII;
copper bottom, with
tionary handles, size
8. $1.58 value
(not si:ki UNisnixt;s
large size, 8 inches r
across, white, 20c vali IOC
mill lengths, 1.000 yd3., r
in stock, 7c values UC
(UOMKKTICS, MAIN FLOUK)
good 15c value, JQ
(IHI1IKSTKS, MAIN 1'i.OOK)
in white, seconds. 5-4 size,
with slight Imperfections, a
regular 20c value (in r
firsts) yard I UC
IDOMESTICS. MAIN FI.OOK
guaranteed all linen, bleach-
ea ana size zz incites, o
dozen in stock,
$3.50 value . . .
(LINENS, MAIN FLOUR)
escalloped or hemstitched,
extra fine linen, beautiful
designs, $1.25 CQr
(LINEN. MAIN FLOOR )
of serpentine crepe, in dainty
oriental patterns, blue, rose.
lavendar and grey.
$2.50 values ..
52-inch string of good
uality, $2.50 value . .
(JEWELRY, 3IAIN FLOOR)
4 inches wide in all colors,
with suede covered o ft
buckles, 50c value
W. B., Nemo, R. & G.. War
ner, Uust Proof, not all sizes,
but good bargains
$4 value .4
98c value OUC
' (NOTIONS. MAIN FLOOR)
of pure silk thread, with
flare top, QQ
$1,25 value OwC
(HOSIERV IJEPT, MAIN
amped Turkish guest towels,
In scene designs ft
(.ART SEFDLR WORK, SEC
OND FLOOR I
(NOTIONS, MAIN FLOOR)
Any winter suit in fcC
in the house SU
(SUITS. SECOND FLLOR)
of crepe voile, trimmed with
embroidery and net yokes
53.75 value, 2 Qg
(WAISTS- SECOND FLOOR)
Men's house slippers, J Q
$1.75 to $2.00 value .1.00
(SHOE DEPT. MAIN FLOOR)
good value, -J qq
(SHOE pEPT, MAIN FLOOR)
Morning, Feb. 5, 1914.
Much interest is being
shown now in the voting. The
count is taken daily and the
; bulletin board each morning
shows the standing. Below
we list complete standing:
1 Bethany Home.
2 German Immanuel.
3 Visiting Nurse, Rock Island..
4 Christian Memorial.
5 Central Presbyterian.
6 St. Joseph's church.
7 United Presbyterian.
8 St. Anthony's Hospital.
9 St. John's church. Preemption.
10 First M. E. church, Rock Island
11 Spencer Memorial.
12 South Park chapel.
13 Humane society.
14 First M. E. church, Moline.
15 First Baptist church.
16 St. Mary's church.
17 Y. M. C. A., Rock Island.
18 West End Settlement.
19 Swedish Lutheran church.
20 Daughters of Isabella.
21 Trinity Episcopal church.
22 15th Ave. Christian church.
23 Salvation Army.
24 Associated Charities.
25 Visiting Nurse, Davenport.
26 First Congregational, Molineu
27 Broadway Presbyterian,
28 German Immanuel.
29 Milan Presbyterian.
30 St. John Episcopal.
31 Ned Lee Mission, Davenport
DOMESTIC SALE CONTINUES
Hundreds of people are buying yard after yard of our good values in domestics. It
it easy to explain. You will find samples of them below.
All colors and all
size checks, 7c value
length of 2 to 10 yds.,
ISc value, yard
PERCALES Light and
colors, assorted patterns,
12ic value, yard
FLEECED FLANNELET In wide
range of desirable patterns. 500
yards, 12.ic value,
medium . COTTON CHALLIES Nice assort
ment of patterns on C
table, for comforters yard '
7sfs dium colors, 5
5iG J 12V2C vaiue, y
TENNIS FLANNEL Dark and me
dium colors, 500 yards, ftr
The Store For All the People
YOUNG & McCOMBS
Co., Rock Island
Many Charming New Styles
in the Separate Skirts
Women's apparel was never more attractive than It is for the spring
season, and separate skirts are In the foreground in regard to style
and beauty. Three new models just in are proof positive of thia.
Made of serges, crepes and poplins, you may choose from modish tier,
minaret and shallow flounce styles, plain and loose panel back ef
fects trimmed with jet or velvet buttons. Sizes for wotrn and
misses. Priced$5.00 and $5.50. Second floor.
Just received a new lot of
Valentines Main Floor.
KLOVE'S COLTS TO
BOWL ALEDO TEAM
Accept Challenge Issued by G.
A. J. McKinney and Feb. 13
Set as Date.
Howard K1ot, captain of Klora'
Colt, who are now leading In tho Is
land City Bowline Iagae. has accept
ed tbo challenge Uaned by George A.
McKinney of Aldo to bowl la that
city. Mr. McKinney la captain of th
All-Star tttm of Aledo.
. " The flrvt three games of this series
will b rolled at Aledo Friday. Feb.
13. and til remaining games win be j
rolled cn th Harms alleys here at a'
la'er date, which has not as yet been
Some time apo a challenge was Is
sued by Mr. McKinney in the Hock
Island papers to all bowling teams ot
this city and Klove at once wrote that
he would bring his team to Aledo at
any time the Aledo segregation were
ready to play, providing that they
would tlay a return game here later
in the season. Klove has a fat team
of bowlers and thinks that they wi:i
return victorious from Aledo and will
alio wind up winners In the local
league. The team will leave here Fri
Mr. McKinney Is well known in the
tri-citlei, having worked on the local
newspapers. While here he was mn h 1
Interested in bowling and made Koine
000.000 aqueduct under construction in
the Apulian district. The contract was
won in the face of Italian. German.
French and English competition.
SHOOTING DATES ARE. SET
Davenport Club Names Day for Hold
ing of Monthly Contests.
At a meeting of the Davenport Shoot
ing association held in the Turner hall,
the monthly dates for the shooting con
tests of the club were set. and Aug.
16 selected as the date for the King
shoot. The other dates are April 5,
May 3. June 7, July 5, August 2. Sep
tember 6 and October 4. The same
rules a3-last year will govern the
Italian Contract to American Firm. 1
Genoa. Italy, Feb. 4 A Philadelphia:
Arm received the Initial contract to!
fun. la h 43,000 tons of pi ye for the $30,-j
Put on Bingo
i aK6 uiruorns
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only take a
PrlT. No pad. T!r. m1t. or riittlr.r.
witb dentr-r cf Ii,mn p,imii. rirn nnl rnl
i tiui.'Jtlr l!-iMiir. t u drturrflsis.
tor ! In Ktm fMt,i lr K-i. Ilmg-
J'kartusrjr, 201U sttrrl nud 41k Avenue.
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IOWA MAT ARTIST SENDS
CHALLENGE TO M0LINER
Tommy Murray, the fatt v rentier of
iDecorah. Iowa, has challenged Kobertj
. Hylund of Moline to a match for a
good sized sile bet and nuree to tijrovv
the Plow City youtn twice in 45 nln-j
utes if his deli i;; accepted. Murray's
weight is 163 pounds and be seems
very anxious to meet the Moline grap-pltr.
i'ay your taxen noiv due. Room 61,
S a;e itank building. John lluutuoii.
GIRL ACCUSER OF ARNOLD ,
WEDS FREEP0RT FARMER
Freeporr. 111.. Feb. 5. Miss Alta
Rosentiel, who figured prominent;- in
the three trials of Dr. B. A. Arnold of
this city, was married yesterday to
Guy Metz, a young farmer.
The bride was the complaining wit
ness in the firs: two trials of Dr. Ar
nold. She charged the doctor bad
criminally assaulted her. He was con
victed at the first trial, but acquitted
at the second. Three months ago Dr.
Arnold was tried in the. federal court
on the charge of mulling anonymous
letters to Miss Kosentiel.
After several handwriting experts
had tesMfieii the letters were in the
doctor's handwriting. Mrs. Anton Em
ler confessed she wag the author of
them. The court directed Dr. Arnold v,
acquittal and seutenced Mrs. Eniler.
to :g and one half years' imprison-1
nient. Judge Landis later suspended
sentence until he could inquire into
the woman's sanity.
Mr. and Mrs. Metz are on a wedding
trip. . On their return they will live
on a farm.
All the news ali the time The
Closing out some new. rebuilt nd
second hand typewriters. $10. and up.
Practically all makes. Trades consid
ered. Ill Masonic Temple. Thon
There ia Only One
To Got Tbo GENUINE, Oali For Tho Full Nam
Laxative Broano Quinitto
Umod Tho World Ovor to Ouro a Oold In Otto Oay
Whanever you foal a cold coining on think
oi tpa name La?auv Bromo Quinine.
Look fat this signature on the box. 25c