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THE ARGUa MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 194.
Thank McCa.be Bros.
Insure with Ilnesing A Hoeft.
W. A. Corcoran has returned from
Ren T. Cablo has retained from
Louis C. Tfoh has rccorered from
his recent severe illness.
Robert Hannah, of Rural, was a
Rock Island visitor today.
Groat drive in f nr caps at McCabe
Bros.-46.37, $6.37, 6.87.
Next year will occur McCabe's sil
ver wedding, 25th anniversary.
Come in and buy the El Reno 6c
cigar at ttabnsen's new drug store.
Sharp bargains this week in Mc
Cabe Iros dress goods department
II. W. Haislip and wife, of Chica
go, spent Sunday with friends in the
Frank Hubbard is confined at his
home on Twentieth street with ill
ness. Miss Mary Freeman, of Springfield,
is visiting at tho residence of lion. .
Underwear: The most elegant line
in the city can be found at Lloyd &
More S2, S8, 42 and 48c dress
goods this week at Mclntyre-Rcck
lion. Jonas W. Olson, of Galva,
democratic candidate' for congress is
in the city today.
Hon. Marcellnsllolbrook, of Spring
field, Mo., is spending a few days
with Major Connelly.
Creme" oatmeal soap, introduced
at 12 for box of three cakes at Mc
Cabe Bros. one-third value.
The El Reno 5c cigar, mild and
mellow, guaranteed absolutely pure,
at Bahnsen's new drug store.
Saratoga chips and sliced ham at
Woman's Exrhse and Floral Bazaar.
Hurst block. Twentieth street.
Molntyre-Iieck Co. throw out this
week 10 J dress patterns at 2.22 and
100 patterns at f3.33, exceptional
High cla. millinery, which do vou
prefer, the Parisian or the English?
The bust of their bent ideas are at
An effort is being made to have
Governor J. P. Altgeld deliver an
address in Moline the early part of
There is a scheme on foot in Daven
port to consolidate the brewerv in
terests in that city, as is the case in
Mrs. S. A. Lynde and children re
turned to their home in Chicago this
morning, after a abort stay with rel
atives in this city.
Charles Ih-nedirt and Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer Wright wish to thank their
friends for their kindness in their
The marriage of Matthew Maronev.
of I'eoria. and Miss Klla Collins, "of
this city, occurs at St. Joseph's
church at 6 o'clock this afternoon.
The first of the scries of university
extension lectures Saturday night at
Y. M. C. A. hall was well received,
and proved interesting and instruct
ive. Tat Cuilinan. the old Harper house
bns driver, who left I'.ock Island 10
years ago, and has since seen most of
the universe, is spending a few days
visiting in his old home.
While in Rock Island today, Presi
dent I). II. Londerbark, of tho Dav
enport & Rock Ixland Uailway xom
piny purchased J. E. Montrose's fine
Kentucky-bred riding horse.
Lloyd & Stewart are making a big
drive in hats. They offer nobby
styles for the dome of thought at
prices that paralyze competition and
popularize the hats Lloyd & Stew
art. The solccilors of the Rock Island
Industrial Relief society will make
their canvass of the city tho present
week, and it is hoped they will meet
with the encouragement they de
serve. Splendid domet flannel 4c per vnrd.
Red flanncllette, lijc quality! 9Ar.
White wool flannel, nice quality, 12Jc
per yard, etc., etc. Will give you an
idea of how Mclntyre-Itcck Co. Bell
Tonight tho St. Joseph's fair and
festival opens in the Turner hall.
Each night till its close, Friday
night, of this week, a dramatic en
tertainment will lie given. Supper
on Wednesday next from 5 to 8 p. m.,
will be served.
Twenty-four cent German knitting
yarn lHc, splendid 9-4 brown sheet
ing 12Jc a yard, toico prints worth up
... - 1 . 1 r, i - .
i jru oniy o-jc, are a lew oi
Awarded Hlgbest Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream ot' Tartar Powder. Free
tern Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
eP YXAU TH STAMOAUX
the many monev savers which will
uuiu ug crowa at nemiTm.Hir
Co. 'a new store this week.
Ladies1 nice black fleeced hnmn 1 (V
pal'. Child's natural wool vests
and drawers, nice quality, at 10c for
size 16. rise S. Misaea' onion unit
natural, at 75c for size 2, etc., etc..
will make Mclntyre-Reck Co.'s un
derwear counters busy places this
Bar vonr TnapBrSntnahi nff rnn, 1mm.
merchants. Lloyd & Stewart, the
wideawake dealers, have secured the
agency for the finest bouble breasted,
box style mackintosh, a suitable ar
ticle for overcoat wear. Pall anil ana
their line before buying. They can
save you money.
W. P. Onavlft. nf this oitv n1
Joel M. Farker, of Davenport, today
purcnasea mo uavenport Tribune,
and thev will enndnrt it liomartw
It will continue to be a republican
paper, wun air. tarter as editor and
Mr. Quayle as business manager.
Mr. Ouavle will issue the WppL-Iv V?rwl-
Islander as heretofore, and will con
tinue to reside in this city.
Tho green cars were withdrawn
permanently from the Elm street
line una mornintr ov the nnttlnw nn
of the double motors for winter ser
vice. Hereafter the cars on this
branch of the tri-city system will be
designated only by signs as on the
other divisions, this particular one
having orange signs and orange tran
soms at night.' When the cars now
taken off come out in the spring they
will be painted yellow, the same as
the others, the bridge line being in
the distinctive green.
'Shaft No. " an Excellent Production
Frank L. Bixby's scenic produc
tion, "Shaft Xo. 2." was given, its
first presentation before a Rock Isl
and audience at Harpers theatre
Saturday evening. The andience
was all too small for the merits of the
production, which is unquestionably
handicapped by the lack of a catch
ing title, ilescrved a. big hou?e.
The play is electrical in its construc
tion and electrical in its effects. It
has a neat plot, is handsomely moun
ted and entirely realistic in its scenic
attendants, the scene of the storm
and the electrocution room beino
particularly thrilling. The play is
exceptionally well cast.
"Jane," the best of Frohman's
comedies, will have its first presen
tation at Harper's theatre tomorrow
evening. The play is one of the best
of its kind on the road today, and
certainly one of tho most popular.
It deserves its .popularity for it is
clean and amusing. From the mo
ment the curtain rises on the first
act until it falls at the end of the
play, the audience are in a constant
roar. The results of Jane's duel life,
and the effect of Shakelton's idiotic
propensity to boast of his marriage
causes the fun. The performance is
one that should be seen by all who
enjoy a laugh. The company is very
strong. "Lady Fortune will precede
"Jane" as a curtain raiser.
Miss Nellie Rosebnd, a great fa
vorite, will head the attraction at the
theatre Thursday evening in Charles
E. Blancy's latest musical comedy,
"A Summer Blizzard." Surrounding
her are many bright lights of the
theatrical firmament, such as Miss
Beatrice Burke, well known as
"Snaggs" in Hoyt's "A Bunch of
Keys", Barney Reynolds, the German
comedian and dialectician. Martin
O'Xeil. James Carroll, Will H. Mur
phy, Leonard Somers, Harry Put
nam, Fred Reynolds. Ben Deschane,
Mable E. Haines, Lizzie Mc'.rose, Sa
die Spencer, Maud Winston, Ida
Moreland. Prof. Harry Lenty, musi
cal director, and the wonderful Nich
ols sisters, Mattie and Alice, in their
French novelty dances. These fe
male danciDg wonders are said to be
tho hit of the season wherever thev
Onco a painter notorious for plagia
risms executed a historical picture in
which every figure of importance was
copied from some other artist, so that
very littlo remained to himself. It was
shown to Michael Angclo by a friend,
who bogged his opinion of it "Excel
lently done," said Angelo, "only, at the
day of judgment, when all bodies will
roKumo their own limbs again, I do not
know what will become of that historic
al painting, for there will be nothing
left of it." San Francisco Argonaut
The Origin of Dyspepsia.
Doctor It's merely a case of dyspep
Wife And what docs that come
Doctor It comes from the Greek,
Wife Ah, I thought he'd been get
ting at something. Ho was all right as
long a ho stuck to boor. Wilkesbarre
That Joyful fallua;
With the exhilarating sense ' of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the
use of Syrup of Fijrs, is nnknown to
the few who have not progressed be
yond tne old time medicines and the
cheap substitutes sometimes offered,
but never accepted by the well in
formed. Alls ficaU Directum.
Boston, Oct. 22. Alix won the first
hent of the race with Direct am by three
lengths. Tiino, g:0. The second beat
wan won by Allx handily by four lengths.
Time, 8:lsJi. The race ended with the
second hoot when Directum waa drawn.
Ho Is under tho care of a veterinary sur
Rheumatism is primarily caused
bv acidity of the blood. Hnod'a Kr.
saparilla purifies the blood, and thus
vain tuc uiveaao.
eoabkw the more advanced
and Conserve! 8ar
pevna of to-day to euro
many diseases without cut
tine, which wcra formerly'
regarded as incurable with
out resort to the knife.
RUPTURE or Breach, to
now radiralln cured with
out the knife and without
pain. Clumsy Trusses eaa
be thrown away I
TUMQR8, Ovarian, TU
bmid (Uterine I and man;
others, are now removed
without tho perils of cut
PILE TUMORS, how
ever larfre, F istula and
other disoases of the lower
bowel, are permanently
cured without pain or re
sort to the knife.
STONE in the Madder, no
tnutt.T how largo, is crush
ed, pulverized, washed out
and perfectly removed
For pamphlet, references
and all particulars, send 10
cents (in stamps) to World's
Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, So. flt3 Main Street.
Bulfalo, N. Y.
RK YOU IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a irtnr
Want a situation.
Want to rmt rooms
Wwl a servant rirl
Want to sell a farm
Want to pell a house
Want to excharre anything
Want to veil household" soods
Wart to make any renlastate loans
Wart to sell or trade for anythlnc
Want to find customer for anything
TJSK THESE COLUMNS.
Thb daily argus delivered atyoub
door ever evening for 10c per weak.
A NT It D A COMPETSXT GIRL AT 730
Nineteenth s retU
'OR PEST OFFICE TtOOW. STEAM HEAT,
in the new Carpe b'ock. Apply to 11. Cares.
WANTED PIR?-C!I.A83HOEMAKE AVO
a hoy between 15 and 10 yean old. at 16CS
WANTED SALESMAN. SALARY ItOX
stut; permanent plac. llrowa Bros. com
pany, Nursery nun, Chicago, 111
LOST SUNDAY EVKSIXO. A BLACK FUR
r-he on Seventeenth street Return to
Mancker's livery and receive reward.
MRS. S. SMITH
The Chicago Milliner.
Has Opened a
In the new store, which was
erected especially for her at
J 805 Second Avenue, one
door west of Woltman's Jew
Nov Open. New Goods.
KOW lowest in over 800 years:
" all stocks are down a good
time to buy and be in for the
higher prices on nearly every
thing on the board. $10 will
margin 1,000 bushels of wheat,
corn or oats; $50 will margin 5,
000 bushels. One cent advance
will double your money less one
Book Free ...
'Speculation and How to Trade" In stocks,
bonds, grain aad provisions it ailed free In
any adurers. Kvcry speculator thald
have a copy. We receive continuous quota
tions from Western Union wires. I n nipt
Tri-City Brokerage Co..
319 Seventeenth St., hock Island.
Cut Flowers and Plants
Fine home-made Bread and
Ceo. T. Crswder 319 20th
B. P. EvailS. street.
READ fUJ o FIJI WILl
WHAT U Ifu DO
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods;
Ribbons, Curtains and Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaning House, Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
Yob Need It. Sates Money anil Labor.
FOR 8 ALB VKRVWHERK.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
Address Hand H, Dcs Moines. loam.
SEE AS KI YC'JTU !
m, .M- s jig
m. Cam ts
THEIK WORDEIFuL LENSES
Are the result of rears of solenttfle erper
ImeinunsTr and are now placed, owinc to
toeir superiority, preeminently above everr
taintr heretofore produced In this line.
They ajnsacknowledffed by experts to be
the finest and moat peneotly constructed
Lenses MOwlL and are peculiarly adapted
Jo correcting the .various visual Imperfec
tions . A trial of th aVmiajDoewilfQvluoe
sions. A mai or innaanww
you they are KAfiCf CMMf
Sam Pair IKaarsaaaa.
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drng
gist aad optician,
Mclhty re-Reck py Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
The Place to Buy Stoves
is where you can get a full
assortment to select from.
I keep the largest assort
ment of STOVES in the
west, and prices to suit all,
having now in stock three
hundred stoves of the lead
ing grades for hard and soft
coal or wyod:
1615-1617 Second Ave.
It Tickles . .
The taste with a tooth
some twang; makes folks
long for a palate as wide
as a town lot.
Fresh, Crisp and Dainty!
Are the expressions drop
ped about our Candy
wants a bite; everybody
can have one. Glance
your eye in our window
and see the finest line of
Home Made Candies ever
made in Rock Island.
Party Supply House.
mn & Dim's
1716 and 1718 Sooond At.
jgyOystcrs served in any stylo.
Always to the Front.
Always to the front in aggressive merchandising
and a relentless war on high prices. .Good were
never before sold so cheap as they are in Rock Island
today, and its a fact beyond controversy that no place
in Rock Island are the prices of goods so low as at
This week and while they last we place on sale:
100 Handsome Dross Patterns, 8 yards fall at f 2.22.
100 Splendid All Wool, Stvlish Dress Patterns, full
8 yards at $3.83.
An Exceptional Offering We also place on our
counters another lot of 40 pieces of nice New Dre?s
Goods, such as created the sensation of last week, 82,
88, 42 and 48c values, all at 25c.
BKstli- e with bargain value.. We claim two tlilnes irnt, the most
.tylifh a'soitment; mund, the lowest pri e. Dont think of buying a
Cloak or rnr Uarment without orst visiting oar department.
I ease splendid Domet Flannel, per yard. 4o.
7 pieces Red Flanncllette. the 12 qtialitr tt
A line White Wool Flannel, per yard. islr.
And hosts of other harp, crisp bargains.
Hosiery and Underwear.
50 dozen Ladies1 Black Fleeced Hose, a i;, i ,
value at 10c. '
A new shipment of Le dies' and Children's
Hose at greatly red need prices
Another shipment J :t received of German Knlrtlne Yam which
this lot gies wane Uwr la at
Child's grey random Wool Vests. French uh k am
ely eilk trimmed at just half price:
Fire !, price le.
do is f'o i:te
i an do ii.
do St d lr
A foil l.ac of Drawer, to match.
fix tt. price f
d V Ou iv
dO 1H df .r
d Ml dO ig
Isees bandaomelv Biade and tni.hed wool, ilbhvL IV. -thefl
gtvala. aili he started this week at TOr fur site 7 a tA.,
60c rsoit here, and pl-nly vt s aatlar values in other I u.
Prints and Sheetings.
SO pieces Print, worth np toTc.forthis sa'o. IV. 1 r 1
9 4 llrowa Mieitinx at MHC Yoa went aild over the uMa lit 1
time me sold lh: rueetinq at that price.
sold so well at lHc per H-pouud skein
me same price, only I sc.
Tho attentions which have occupied as for the ast three ,
are now t-rsei K-.I t rnmi.letcd, aad shopping ran now uc duu- VT .
vea ence and satisfacUoa.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
.Puis lie Me
Mo Parlor Furniture
Plays havoc with it. We are doing it,
though, and the people will play havoc
with our stock, because it's the prices, not
the furniture, that have suffered amputation.
There's always a right time to do the right
thing. It's the right time now to furnish
your house, and our store is the right place
to do it. You'll know we are right when
you see our goods and prices.
Furniture, CaTpets, Stoves,
Crockery ware, Houaefurnishings
G, O, HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Watch the papers. Compare our pricesalways the lowest
No matter what price others quote, we CAN and will DO
better. In fact, we give goods away rather than to have
our prices met
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.