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THE AltGUO, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1005.
A way Down!
WE MARK DOWN OUR
To the following Rediculously Low Prices. Here
is an Opportunity for you at the Right Time of the
Mack Oppossum Capes, rcg. price $23.60, now.
Brown 26.00. now.
Persian Lamb Capet. 27 60, now.
Electric Seal 28.60. now.
China Seal " 33.60, now.
Kriromer 35.i 0. now.
Electric seal, martin collar capes, S'J.50, now.
Krimmer Jacket, regular price . 66 00, now.
lice trie Seal Jackets, 68.00, now.
Fringed Huck Towels, regular price 16c, now, 4
Hear fringed Bath Towels, regular price 10c, now .7
6H-io. turkcj red table damask, reg. price 40c. now .83
in unbleached table iinen, regular price 49c, now .40
We have just received a Magnificent Line of Table
Cloths Napkins to match in both fringed and hem
stitched. DON'T FAIL TO EXAMINE THEM.
KLHSLER DRY GOODS CO.
217. 217H W. Second St., Davenport, la.
Rich and Rare
; Are the handsome Souvenirs that Wright and
Barber are giving away with every purchase of
$3 or over.
Ieacl lliii Lint:
The Mother's Jov.
The Flower Girl."
The W riting Lesson.
At the Fountain.
Christ in the Tciuplo.
At the bpring.
Handsome reproductions that are worth pre
serving. Come early for choice.
WRIGHT & DflRDER,
Fashionable Footwear. 1704 Second Avenue.
Cnt out three of these winged trnrle marks, which will appear in this
poper, and send them to the 'manufacturers of
WiHirrjaotic Star Tbread
V'ith your wUlrcwk. nml a two rent sturip. l:i return you will receive a
tieanttful set of p-pcr d.ill !rc-Mcs, i:t colors, for girls and ro, and an
instructive ImnU on scwini;. Willimantic Stir Thread is best for machine
sewing or hand sewing. Ask the dealer fur it.
WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO.. WILLIMANTIC. CONN
See our New
And Latest Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
About know that our suitings are In, and the
finest ever displayed In the city. You art
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and style..
Call and leav your order.
J. B. Z3
The largest and most complete lino in the three cities.
The Sailor Lad's Return.
The Greek Slave.
Off for a Drive.
The Music Lesson.
The, Mendicants. . .. ,
The Evening Meal.
Barking at the Moon,
Star Block, opposite Harper House
Bartons Tetaatnatlaai of a Gay Yoanr
Police court notoriety, demolished
sleigh and a fatally injured horse is
the consequences of a drunken cele
bration indulged in yesterdaj by J.
V. Josephson, of Moline, and Miss
Katy Brady, a young lady claiming
to reside in the eastern part of Bock
Island. On leaving the viaduct
about sundown after spending the
day evidently attempting to create
a panic la Davenport's hop supply,
a cu ter which Josephson rented at
ucinarv's Aioiine Iiverv stable over.
turned, leaving the helples occu
pants in the street. This frightened
the horse which dashed across the
thoroughfare and collided with the
fence surrounding I. Huber's resi
dence with terrific force, demolish
ing the sleigh and harness and in
flicting wounds in the horse's body
which may yet prove fatal. While
the animal lay on the sidewalk bleed
ing profusely from several wounds
someone called Dr. C. E. Thomas.
The aurgeon found a gash in the
norse a cnest muscle several inches
long and another in the groin nearly
of the same length, beside less ser
ious injuries. After stopping the
neniorrnage me norse was taken to
Realizing the seriousness of the
accident which they were responsi-
oie lor, osepnson and nis friend de
serted the outfit to avoid detection.
They were found a few hours later.
nowever, on rwentv-sixth street,
the girl being unable to navigate
further.'and lying on the sidewalk.
They were both taken to headquar
ters in the patrol wagon. X'his
morning they were fined $5 and costs
apiece for disorderly conduct. Both
gave fictitious names, of course.
Davenport Kaoda Mora LlchC
The fight being made in Davenport
against the People's Power company
of this citv in connection with the
reletting of the contract for lighting
tne city, and wmcn is purely preju
oiciai Decause tne company is an in-
suiuuon Deiongmg on tnis side or
the river, is somewhat amazing in
view of the stand Davenport has
always taken in favor of free and
mutual commercial intercourse be.
tween the three cities and its manner
of protesting against the wall-about-
tbe-town theory. Davenport is
working hard for the lower bridge
wbich Kock Island has cheerfully
lent its aid to and is doing all it
ean to help the Hennepin canal,
which the state of Illinois has made
possible, and all these things, in the
spirit of advancing local commercial
unity, yet now 'it is up in arms
against letting its lighting contract
go outside tne citv.
When the last lighting contract
was let, a Davenport company would
have received the contract had its
specifications come within the re.
quirements, and yet now a Rock Isl
and and Moline plant is to be avoided
thereon entirely sectional grounds
We hope we will hear no more of
that slonc wall cry from the other
The rlk M tutor' Concert.
. Of Mrs. Clara Falk-Murphy, under
wnoso direction tbe talk Sisters'con
cert at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium
will be given Dec. 3. the State Jour
oal, of Madison, Wis., savs: "Miss
Clara Falk, who appeared with Mrs.
Howard Stub, the musician and au
thoress, gave a line exhibition of her
skill on tbe piano in the numbers
rendered and of her voice in the alto
solo by Dubley Buck, showing fine
training In both her vocal and in
strunicntal number." Says Ameri
ca, the Norwegian Chicago Daily:
"Miss Clara Falk appearing with
Mrs. Bergitta Soot, one of Norway's
eminent pianists, is in possession of
a very iuu and pleasing contralto
voice, and was well received for her
beautiful rendering of several Ger
man songs." The Indicator. Chica
go's musical paper, says: Miss
Falk has a deep, emotional, contralto
voice wnicn sbe controls well. '
Tickets for tbe concert will be on
sale Friday morning at the Harper
house pharmacy. General admis
sion. 85 cents; reserved seats, 50
Vonr Bo Won't Live a Moatb.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill
street. South Gardner, Mass., was
told by the doctors. His son had
lung trouble, following typhoid ma
laria, and he spent 375 with doc
tors, who finally gave him up. say
ing: "Your boy won't live a
month." Ho tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. He
says he owes his present good health
to the use of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, and knows it to be the best
in the world for lung trouble. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
To California. Mexico and Florida
via the Rock Island route. Home
seekers' tickets to the southwest
Nov. 27 and Dec. 11. Through sleep
ers to California every Monday and
Thursday. Important reduction iu
time and rates. Call at C, R. L &
P. ticket offioo for full information
or address John Sebastian. G. P. A.,
Chicago, or L. M. Allen, Gcn'l. AgL,
Tea Caat Alord to CMaee It.
A heavy cold may lead to pneu
monia or consumption. Foley's
Hony and Tar taken in time affords
perfect security from serious results.
60 cents. For sale at M. F. Bahn
Children Cry for
BEFORE THE F00TLIGHT8.
"The Prodigal Father" mt "Harper' Thea
tre T morrow ' Attraction.
"The Prodigal Father" was pre
sented before a small audience at
Harper's theatre last evening. An
up-to-date farce-comedy, brimful of
ludicrous situations and witty dia
logue, the play was in fair
hands, who with an abundance
of cleverly executed specialties
furnished an entertainment ca
pable of driving away the blues.
rbe company, evidently prompted
by the limited number of auditor.
used the . knife on the piece, and
skipped some of the best parts of the
play, which manifested a spirit of
thougtfnlness for those who did not
attend, rather than f jr those who
Tomorrow the Woodward Theatre
company is to give two holiday per
formances ac tiarper s meatre, pre
senting "The Inside Track" in the
afternoon, and "The Private Secre
tary" in the evening: The company
is the one which recently presented
"The Midnight Watch", at Harper's
theatre and made such an excellent
impression at that time. It comes
now bearing the highest endorse
ment of the press wherever the com
pany has appeared.
. Effie Ellsler, Frank Weston, John
A. Kllsler and a large company of
ShakSpearian actors will be at the
Burtis opera house for Thanksgiving,
ma'inee and night, presenting the
great bard's great pastoral comedy,
"As You Like It." To- see Miss
ElMer in Shakespearian roles will
be new" to many. Everybody has
seen and admired her in emotional
parts. For years she made herself
beloved and esteemed for the beauti
ful creatio a of "Hazel Kitke." but
long before this she played Juliet,
Rosalind. Puck, and Hermia, and was
quoted as a revelation of high com.
edy. "Camille" will bo presented at
The Tompkins "Black Crook" is to
be presented at the Burtis Friday
Saturday evening tbe great favor
ite. Walker Whiteside, is to present
"Hamlet" at the Burtis.
The original James B. Mackie,
"Grimescy Me Boy" company is to
be the attraction at Harper's theatre
Tha Broadway Chareh Improvements.
The Broadway Presbyterian church
during the past summer has been en
larged, refrescoed, refurnished and
supplied with a magnificent pipe
organ from the shops of the Moline
ripe organ company. A large build
ing has also been erected for the
Sunday school, modeled after the
model Sunday school building at the
world's fair: It will- accommodate
500 scho'ars and is fitted with every
appliance necessary to the succes-ful
prosecution of the work. This build
ing will bo dedicated and there-
modeled auditorium thrown open for
services nunuay, uec. 5. liev. U. U.
Marqnis, D. D., one of the professors
of McCormick Tbeological seminary.
Chicago, will be pi esent to preach
uoiu morning and evening. Tbe
Sunday school building will be dedi
cated at 9:30 a. m. at the regular
hour for Sunday school.' Preaching
services in tbe auditorium at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Communion
service at 3 p. m. The members of
the Broadway church wilj be glad to
welcome the public at all of these
Next Uwtrirt Convention.
At a meeting of the' Kock Island
district Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation executive committee last
evening in the Y. M. C. A. it was
decided to hold the next district con
vention , of the organization at
Princeton, Feb. 15 and 16. Those in
attendance were: Chairman H. N.
Hansen and Secretary w. 1. Laven
der, General Secretary G. C. Blaks-
1 - r . .
ice nun r. nancy, tbe new secre
tary; State Secretary A. M. Bruner
E. J. Gunn. Kewanee: V. I. Tin -Lor
Sterling. The Rock Island district
wiuprises iue counties Of KOCk 1SI
and. Lee, Whiteside, Mercer, Henry
La Salle and Bureau:
Catarrh la tha Head
Is due to impure blood and cannot
be cured with local -applications.
Hood's Safsaparilla" has cured hun
dreds of cases of catarrh because it
purifies the blood and in this way
removes the cau?c of tbe disease. It
also builds np the system and pre
vents attacks of pneumonia, diph
theria and typhoid fever.
Hood's Tills become the favorite
cathartic with every one who tries
meui. zo cents.
Ho Haanbac. -
Foley's Honey and Tar does not
claim to perform miracles. It does
not claim to cure all cases of con
sumption or asthTna! But it "does
claim to give comfort and relief in
advanced stages of these diseases and
to usually cure early stares. It is
certainly worth trvinrr hw tKnu f
Dieted or threatened with these dread
diseases, ao cents. Foraale at M.
at M. F. Bahnsen'a drug store.
Xavaannmr Coal Maraei.
Anthracite coal delivered iter tuu$7.50
Canncl .. $5.00
inoiana uioct a .( o
La Salle 13.00
All hard coal carefully screened.
E. G. Fkazer.
"or irmr rxtvy Vean
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup baa
wwca ni iui cnuaren teeming, it -soothes
the child, softens tbe rums, )
allays all pain, cures wind colic and '
ts thff "best remedy for iliarrhoee. I
Mr. and Mrs. Stockhouse are visit
ing in Chicago.
Miss Amelia and Otto Huber have
gone to Chicago for Thanksgiving.
Dr. and Mrs. Fonlds and Mrs. E.
L. GolT are spending the day in Peo
ria. Merchants' dinner at Harry
Smythes' every day from 12 to i, S&
Mr. and Mrs. C. Seebnrger, of Tenth
street and Third avenue, have a new
son in their home.
Dr. George Merry man returned
this morning from a 2 -days' profes-
wuuii vitiii in iuiuagt;.
Fine lunches served every mornin&r
and evening at the Mint, Market
square. John Kay, Prop.
Cars run to Moline and Milan after
the performance at Harper's theatre
Thanksgiving and Sunday.
Miss Jennie Kane arrives this
evening from Chicago to spend
Thanksgiving with h.r parents.
For a healthy table drink use Carse
& Oblweiler's Black Hawk springs
mineral water. Telephone No. 1014.
Low rates to Atlanta and the south
via R. I. & P. railway. Tourist
tickets now on sale to Florida points.
Fastest time by this route.
The 14th annual ball of Twin-City
lodge. No. 39. Brotherhood of Loco
motive firemen, occurs this evening
at the Industrial home, and like all
the affairs given by this society
promises to be a great success.
' The Beethoven club, of Moline.
gave its first mssicale at Skinner's
hall, that city, last evening. It
proved an exceedingly pleasant event
and the club opens the season with
most flattering prospects. It has
100 active members, 200 associate
and 50 honorary. . Mrs. F. G. Allen
is president of the organization. .
A lecture in the Swedish language
will bo delivered in the Swedish Free
church, corner of Eleventh street
and Fifth avenue, on Thanksgiving
day at 7:30 p. m. for the benefit of
tbe Jewicb. - mission at Chicago, by
Missionary Rev. Gerh S. Krohn on
tbe subject, "Jewish Homes, Chil
dren's Education and Schools."
When a person begins to grow
thin there is something wrong. The
waste is greater than tbe supply and
it is only a question of time when
tbe end must come.
In nine caes out of 10 tbe trouble
is with tbe digestive organs. If you
can restore them to a healthy condi
tion you will stop the waste, put on
new flesh and cause them to fuel bet.
ter in every way. The food they eat
will be digested and appropriated to
the needs of the system, and a nor
mal appetite will appear.
Consumption frequently follows a
wasting of bodily tissue because
nearly all consumptives have indi
gestion. Tue Shaker Digestive Cor
dial will restore the stomach to a
bealtby condition in a vast majority
of cases. Get one of their books
from your druggist and learn about
this new and valuable remedy.
When the children need castor oil,
give them Laxol it is palatable.
. Brings common and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly usad. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lj expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles cor braced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tbe refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing coiiKtipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, brcau!e it acts on the Kid
ueys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
irists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Uo. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
"ottea at rabiiaaUoa.
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la tbe circait ourt, Jaauary trrm. 1BSS
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defandaatuutthecoBplaraaat lia4 ber bill of
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Vow, anl a yon. tbe Mil Boa-reoldtBt def.a4
at - n mei,Wili m sitae. asll aetaoaall
n Bad appear iief te ad ctrcait coort, on the
firs- eay f ib next term thereof, to b boMm at
Bock f.land in aed for the aaid coanty. on the
Moawafta Jaanary nett.aad plead, answer
ord mar to Uieid complainant 'a bit of com
plaint, the came and tne matter acd Milan
tbarvtncbargra and Mal- will tetakeaa sa
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- GKORGK W. GABT..rkv
W 3 Mblbrook s
Is the place
To buy your
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second
600 Pairs of Shoes and Oxfords .
CAOH OHOE GTORE.
?07 Twentieth Street Open Evenings Until 9 OWock.
HKaTiwa un Trniirnra mmm.
DISEASES OF EYE. EAR. NOSE, THROAT. LUNGS.
STOMACH, SKIS AND BLOOD. RUPTURE
" CURED WITHOUT USE OF KNIFE.
Dr. Joseph A. Daniel 9
McCullough Building, 1 24 West Third Street,
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Evenings, Wednesdays
and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Suadajs, 2 to 8 p. m.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns In Imported
and domestic suitings In the city.
1707 irc::b wc:e.
Plumb8iB, Steam, Gao Fitters.
Coom Batting &&4 Sultaxy Ploatblaf - - 22 3eUct(v SWeet.
pO get rid of odds and ends, old style shoes
and Oxfords, so as to put our stock in
shape for Holiday trade, we will give you the
.With every pair of shoes bought from $2 up.
Never has there been such an offer made in
the shoe trade. Think of it. Shoes given
IfYoa Want a
" Warm House,
Warm all over,
Warm all the time.
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices in KOCK ISLAND and MOLINE