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THURSDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MARCH C, loio.
Hfrk Island Mysterions Order of
Witches of Salem Made "neleo8
for Supreme Organization..
As th-; result of action taken last
evening. Rook Island becomes the
headquarters of the supreme cal
dron of the Mysterious Order of
Witches of Salem, with Amoo cal
dron conBtitutirg the first subordi
nate caldron around which will be
built the nucleus of the supreme or
eajiizarin. Articles of incorpora
tion have been Issued by the secre
tary of slate and the same will be
come a matter of record with last
evf.-ninjr's ratfi cation.
Plans are under v. ay now for tbe
orfrar.iEutfon of several subordi
nate caMrons in the state of Illi
nois. Amoo caldron, which now be
comes .No. 1 instead of No. 2, has
been working in conjunction with
Aryan caldron of Chicago but the
arrangement has been unsatisfac
tory and due to the growth of the lo
cal organization, which is an auxil
iary of Amoo grotto, it was thought
best to organize it3 own bodv and
thus lie free to expand. If plans of
the Amoo caldron materialize. It
will be bat a short time before there
will bo organized a large number of
subordinate caldrons throughout
tbo rnilc-d States.
j Roll of Honor ;
Washington, March 8. The cas
ualty list given ont today by the
war department has a total of 158
( SECTION 0E.)
The following casualties are re
ported by the commanding general
of the American Expeditionary
Forces: Died of disease, 51;
wounded severely, 20; missing In
action, 2. Total, 73.
Died of Disease.
Osmand J. G. Kisch, Redbnd, 111.
Dorothy Elizabeth Kocllner, Ft.
Jacob M. Bolsem, Keacon, Iowa.
John H. Bordwell, New Hampton,
Edwin C. Grayson, Emerson,
i Iowa. i
J TV winded Severely. !
Edward J. Foy, Chicago. I
Theodore Petry, Chicago.
Julius L. Schlosser, Chicago. I
Killed in Action.
Winfield M. White, Sioux City,
Died from Wounds.
Leonard R. Arries, Chicago.
John A. Campbell, Keokuk, Iowa.
Edward H. Perkins, Quincy, 111.
Charley Townsend, Middleton,
DIod from Accident and Other
Orrel H. Edgcomb, Missouri Val
Died of Disease.
John A. Olson, Haifa, Iowa.
Frank H. Suit, Central, Iowa.
Jonathan Welch, Laporte City,
EUMAXlAJr QUEEX DT TAJUS.
Paris, March 6. Qneen Mary of
Rumania and her three daughters
arrived in Paris, having fled from
Mpsdames Frank Gren. "Walter
5h?rrjil .f rnlniia and Gnr Flood
of r:ork Island ttn lrl the Knntern
Star mf ctin horn Friday overling.
Fc-v. W. ;. orIvj of Hock In
land and Rev . fi. I'rne of Prince
ton. I!i., wre Milan callers the first
of the wi-t'k.
Mm Jane Davis of Tlork In'and
and Mrs. Ida Shofer of Moline r.f-nt
Wednesday with Mrs. Mary Shell -man.
Mrs. Rohert Han and M1r Mamie
Connors of Coi Valley visited with
Milan f r: t nd? Monriiiv.
Walter Mr-lOe of Omaha, Neb and
Mrs . J I el en Gold smith of fh IraRO
were (rje?ts of Miss Kmma Dittmer
Mrs . A. MoKInney and dajhtr
of Aledo were rerent -is1tors with
Mr. and Mm. T. W Matthews.
Marpart f'arnaghan will be host
ess to the IadleV Aid society of the
Presbyterian rhurrh Friday after
noon at the church.
Mr. and Mrs . J. TV. Forbes of
Rock Island were Sunday visitors ut
the Carnatrhan home.
Miss Cornelia Walker entertained
the club Fridav evenlnp.
The W. M. R. society of the Meth
odist rhnron will meet In the church
parlors Friday afternoon.
Look out for Span
At the first sign of
a cold take
CASCARA P QUININE
Standard eoM remedy for 29 yer to tablet
form -nit , Biire. no opiate breaks up a cold
in 24 hour reli-vej tfnp in 3 days. Money
brk if It fa. The urn time dot hs a Red top
with Mr. Hill's- picture. At All Oru Stores. ;
I Strictly Tailored Suits
Are Increasing in Favor
And there is a wonderful array of smart
models here now all temptingly fresh and
new and attractive. Stunning tailored and
semi-tailored effects from master designers
showing the correct long straight skirts and
braid trimmed coats with hand tailored
pockets and hand done darts.
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ii Mr I
13 one of several at
twins Rid of Iply Hairs
Uukf I Utility M'orot.s.
Ity ."Hatha roe Mnrec.
The thousand? of women who have
pomc lit a Faf and pai n U-ss cure f r
tiin.Mf unsightly and fiidcuus Mom
ishtw. on the fare .md arms, should
wrlrntno the following item taken
from one of M;r.i-i im March's fannnu
beautv articles: "Tho"e disatr. eaih
end tin si trat ly hairs can sa if l v
and surviy removed without injurv
to thf most delicate skin by the use
of snlfo ;luti"n. Any drnririst can
Fiipp!y you with F.unple snlfo solu
tion for one dollar. AJJ yni need is
apply it freely t the hairv places
and kcp th-im moist for a few minute--;
after washing off you will find
that the hairs have been dissolve. I
p-.viy entirely, leaving the skin salt
About a-s unsightly as the hideous
hairs are the peaky little blackheads
that cloir up the pore; of the skin
a rid n:i r the Tri plx ion. D'n't
squeeze these out ; it won't do an y
pood, but will cause lare holes in
your skin. Jft from yur driiicnist
about t wo ounces of nero in f r ;m
rents; sprinkle a little over a sponge
made wet with hot water; rub brisk
ly over th rVackhends. wash off, nn 1
you will Iind that thes peky l;ttle
things huve been dissolved awav,
leaviiiff the skin in its natural con
dition. one of the nicest cream lotions
that jn")n! can possibly use on the
face, amid, net k and hands to keep 1
the skin soft and velvety, can be
made by dissolving one ounce of r. n
tonp in a pint f ht watT. This
should be rmplied freely at niqht be
fore ret 1 1 i riiT, ;i i ter wash in ej wed
with plenty of snp and hot water
and a splash of coj.t water. Try it
for a feu nirhrs and not the won
derful frph feeling you have when
you awake in the morninsr The zin
t'ne costs ".0 cents at the drugstore.
ity men's wear serges.
with figured silk lining
double pocket effect,
and narrow pleated
back, button trimmed.
Skirt Is medium nar
row. Faultless tail
oring and careful fin
ishing in all the little
details that go to make
the perfect tailored
Comprehensive assortments of all the other
new spring modes are here also. ,
Smart Box Coat Suits
Distinctive Vestee Suits
New Belted Models
$22.50 S27.50 $32.50 t $67.50
The Smart New Models May Also Be
Found Here In the Extra Large Sizes
Nerr Trimmed .Hate arrive daily to add newness and Inter
est to the splendid showing already here.
$5.C0 $7.50 $10
a Exceptional hats at the price, embodying all the smartness,
5 distinction and elegance of much higher-priced models.
Special 8howlnp of Smart JJO QP
Straw Sailors at P.7t)
S "Gage" and "Keith" Sailors at
5 $5.00 to $11.25
I THE BEE HIVE
How pimples disfigure any face!
And so often they can be done
away with so easily!
When the bowels retain food
waste it ferments and creates dan
gerous poisons which are absorbed
into the blood. If the kidneys and j
lungs aro overworked it falls to
the skin pores to throw these poi-;
sons off. If they, too, fail, pimples i
. Empty the bowels thoroughly j
and regularly and these poisons
are not created. Your druggist has
a preparation which will com
pletely empty the bowels easily
and pleasantly. It is called
SALIAOS, the pleasant laxative
salts. Get a bottle for a quarter
50 cents and a dol-
jOrily Two More Days Remain W
In Which to Share in Our Anniversary Celebration
Jnst two more days of this great 1 3th Anniversary Sale two more days in which to share in the wonderful economies
that have drawn throngs of thrifty buyers to this store every day this week. Tomorrow will be another day of extraordinary
savings. Here is another list of specials for tomorrow in additions to the many others that still remain on sale.
These ribbons come in beautiful bro
caded and warp printed patterns and
are from 6 to 9 inches wide. They are
ideal for making the new vests, cami
soles and girdles. Anniversary Special,
36-Inch Novelty Silks
A remarkable assortment of new
spring silks in attractive patterns and
colorings. Anniversary Special, the yard,
For tomorrow's selling we offer a
full sized bleached seamless sheet of
splendid heavy quality, especially de
sirable for hotel and rooming houses.
Anniversary Special, $1.39.
New Wool Fabrics
48 inch Coating, .serges, gaberdines
and fine Kpingle doth, in extensive
range of colors. Anniversary Special, the
yard, $2.25. Main Floor
Men's Work Shirts
No man who wears a work shirt ever
has too many and this Anniversary Spe
cial offers a splendid opportunity to sup
ply your needs. Made uf a splendid qual
ity chambray in blue, grey and tan. An
niversary Special, 85c.
A Sale of New Spring
Coats, Capes and Dolmans
In Featured Selling Tomorrow
The very evident newness of the styles lend
strong attraction to this group notwithstanding
the extraordinary lowness of price.
Materials are of serges, velours and novelty
materials, many lined throughout with silk. An
niversary special, $23.75.
See the garments on display in our window.
Women's Chamoisette Gloves
These gloves are of a weight that is
specially desirable for early spring
wear. They come in white only and in
all sizes. Anniversary Special, the pair,
New Banded Sailors
The millinery section offers for its
Anniversary special tomorrow a group
of new spring sailors in rough straws,
milans and hemp. Anniversary Special,
3 for 65c
A summer weight vest made of
elastic ribbed cotton, V neck and
sleeveless styles. Lace finished. All
sizes. Anniversary Special, 3 for G5c.
32-Inch Peggy Cloth
( On account of its durability it is a
splendid fabric from which to make
rompers. In a variety of colored stripes.
Anniversary Special, the yard, 28c.
Included in this group are gowns, pet
ticoats, chemise and combinations made
of fine nainsook, trimmed with lace and
embroidery. Anniversary Special, $1.98.
Women 's House Dresses
dresses i n pretty
stripes and plaids,
waist-line models with
belt, smart collars and
cuffs in self or con
trasting materials or
trimmed with white
poplin collars and
An excellent quality,
full size bed spread;
scalloped and cut cor
ners. Anniversary Spe
Flannel, special for to
morrow, per yard,
Boys' Washable Suits
For tomorrow we shal 1
feature a group of boys'
wash suits that offer ex
ceptional values. Includ
ed are new middies,
belted effects and one
piece suits in materials
of linen, poplin, galatea
and palma linen. In 3
to 8 year sizes. Anni
versary special, $2.95.
Boys' Store, Main Floor.
chiefs 3 for 25 c
Plain linen finished handker
chiefs with hrastitched edge. An
nirersary Special. 3 for 25c
Pink Sport Corsets
These corsets are made of a fan
cy pink material and are of a model
that is especially suited to tbe slen
der and average f gura. Special fur
Theae comforters are filled with
cotton and are covered with dark
serviceable coverings. Size 72x78.
Anniversary Special, $2.50.
Here is a List of a Few Anniversary
Items that Were Previously Ad
vertised That Still Remain
New Spring Skirts, $3.75
Women's New Spring Suits, $23.75
Georgette Crepe Blouses, $3.95
Women's Linen Handkerchiefs, 15c
Silk Crepe de Chine, the yard, $1.15
Women' House Dresses, each $1.79
New Flat Purses, each 79c
Boys' Wash Suits, each $1.15
Men's New Spring Shirts, $1.15
Men's Silk Hose, the pair, 55c.
Fiber Suit Cases, $3.95
Women's Gowns and Envelope
Epingle Wool Suitings, the yard,
Turkish Towels, each, 23c
Taffeta Silk Petticoats, $3.50
36-inch Cretonnes, the yard, 35c
Women's New Spring Oxfords,
Aluminum Tea Kettles, $1.85
Boys' Knickerbockers, $1.00
The Grant School Club
Will ive a
Card Parti and Kensington
For the brnfHt of tho French V.'ur
Orphan Fund on
Friday, March 7. 1TU!
Pythian Castle Hall
2nd and Brady His.. 2:.10 1. Ji.
Keeps 1 : i 1 1 1 cl s hot or cold; brown
enamel rase with aluminum cup
top. Pint size. Anniversary Spe
cial. $1.75. Main Floor.
Hemstitched tea sets, to be cro
chet, consisting of one 3-inch cen
ter and four napkins. Anniversary
Special. $1.19 Set Third Floor.
Listerlne, large size bottle, 69c.
Horlick's Malted Milk, hospital
Molsified Coconut Oil Sham
Ivory Puff Poxes
Ivory Hair Receivers.
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