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THE ABQUO, BATtJBDAY. APBLL 3, 1007.
Local n'ni this afternoon, tonight
Ml SuimIbt: mr little charm In
temperature; east to northerly winds,
The weather to clear la the lake
teflon and In New Mexico, bnt to
leomll; cloudy la other areUoba
eovered by oar reports. Snow to
filling la western Nebraska and la
portion of Montana, North Dakota
nd Wyoming, and rain In western
Kansas, western Mtnwsota and the f
ml ii hidllna . I. k.k.-A . .
Duds City, Kan 1.8 Inebe ot rain
ha tallm In the past 94 hoars. -
Tbe tnmperattire changes have en
trally been small.
Today's temperature 54.
r. J. Wau. Observer. 3
Pag fire. Dolly Broi.
Boy a home Reldv Bros.
Knaabe pianos at Housel's.
Bee Eckhart'a change of ad.
Monday. See Dolly Bros, ad.
Bead. Bead. Dully Bros', ad.
Important See Dolly Bros, ad.
Bay Pyramid bicycles, $35, from
The finest sheet mmlo at Housel's,
Seleot your carpet of Clemann &
The Dew Drop will serre a good
Three doien eggs 25 cents at Quin
tan s easn grocer.
Three sacks ot salt 10 cents at
Qalnlan's cah grocery.
Time for confirmation suits.
Place, as always, M. dt K.
Mrs. A. Hart, the dressmaker, 2533
Eighth avenue, la in Chicago.
Vote to sustain the refunding
bonds. Do not overlook thi.
Potatoes 15 cents a bushel, tonight
only, ai lawman's casn grocery.
Tom Cox was up in the Fifth ward
Diowing i'arse money last night.
Clemann A Salsmann are bead'
qnartera for straw matting and car
Free shoes Tuesday. See Bock Isl
and Peailee Shoe company's corner
Shoes for nothing Tuesday. See
Bock Island Peailee Shoe company's
Those admiral snlts for children
are on sale at M. ft K's., and only at
Al. 4S K'S.
' Tri-City Coursing club meeting at
the Davenport Mile Track. April 9,
10 and 11.
We can save yon money on bed
room and parlor furniture. Clomana
Fresh fish Wednesdays and Fri
days at the Green Bush market.
We are showing hundreds ( differ
ent styles In rocking chair. Clem
ann & Salzman.
Tbe Carson City club gives its
grand ball at Tumor hall Saturday
evening, apm a.
Order taken and goods delivered at
the Green Bush market. Telephone
It's either a Knox or Shoble hat
yon want, that la, if you want the
correct style, u. K.
Brown patent leather ahoes for
nothing. See tiock island 1'esslee
Shoe) eompany'a corner window.
Black patent leather shoes for
nothing. See Rock Island Peaslee
Shoe company's corner window.
A pair ot mahogany-red kid shoes
lor notning. see k-jcb. island reae-
lee Shoe company's corner window.
The best way to stand by the
eohools Is to lne them alone. Evil
was rooted out a year ago keep it
A pair of geranium red kid ahoes
snoes lor notning. see bock island
Peaslee Shoe company's corner win'
Tonr choice for 12.50; no small
talk, but flat fact that will not
down. See ad., page five. Dolly
Miss Aanabella Newton bas accepted
a position a book-keeper and stenog
rapher with tn reasiee snoe com
Zee McMahon taye there will be
heavy tacking on the Welch coast of
a bo Oslo lunch at the ben ate to
Right from Rochester handsome,
atylish ahoes. the 4 kind that fit the
foot perfectly, only 2.50 at Dolly
eaure seats and avoid the rush st
Harper's theatre Sunday night; ad
mission 10 cents, no extra charge
lor retervea seats.
The best popular price show at
Harper's theatre Sunday night. Ad.
Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tatar Powder. Fret
s Asaamua, Ahawot any other sdii!tcfarit;
mission 10 cents. No extra charge
ior reservea seats.
The people of tbe First ward have
had a faithful and capable alderman
In J. C. Surman, and they should re
elect him next Tuesday. . . --. -:
Vo'.e against experiments with tbe
school system, especially where they
tre attempted by the enemies of tbe
present school government.
Dr. Henry D. Steele, eye, ear, nose
and throat specialist. Glasses prop
erly fitted. Rosenstein block. Fifth
avenue and Fifteenth street, Molina,
Call and eee oar new line of side
boards and dining room tables, just
resolved. They are beauties at very
low prices. Clemann A Salsmana.
Copies ot the court house souve
nir are on sale at Crampton'. Kings-
bnrv'a. the Bijou and at the Rock
Islander office at 10 cents per copy.
H. Lohse will be the next alder
man from the Second ward. His
friends are making a splendid effort
in his behalf and propose to elect
Miss J. M. Leland head book
keeper for the Peaslee Shoe company.
leaves Rock Island tonight for a short
vacation witn mends at Lamonl,
It does not cost a penny more to
fit your boy in an M. A K. suit, and
you get neatness, trim and elegance
mat ta xoona in al. a K's. boys'
Miss Christine Martin, dress
maker, wishes to inform her patrons
that she has changed her residence
rrom isi3 Twentieth street to 1525
Sutcliffe is preparing to give you
bargains in paper of the newest pat
terus and latest designs. Call and
ne convinced that we are headquar
ters for wall paper.
Stunners for style oar manufac
turer is at our back it costs yon
notning. yon get me tenent. u yon
want nt, finish and style at 12.50
come Monday. Dolly Bros.
Miss C. Haas has moved her stock
to 223 West Second street. Daven
port, where in the future she will
conduct her millinery business, and
in a few days will display the finest
stock ever yet shown in this section
Notice of opening in Monday's paper.
W. E. Beals is making an atreres-
s've campaign in the Seventh ward.
ana with every prospect of success,
He is a popular citizen, takes pride
tn his ward ana in the city, and all
wno know bim have conhdence in
him. He should be elected next
The first meeting of the Tri-Citv
uoursing club occurs at the Daven.
DjrtMile Track An.-il 9. 10 and 11
It is a novelty in this vicinity, bnt
win undoubtedly become very popu
lar, being patronized bv all lovers of
tne latthiui hound,
Tom Pender will be continued ia
the council two years mora by the
peooie of the Fifth ward, whom ha
ba served with such exceptional
ability and faithfulness. The peo
ple all over the city will be glad to
know tbat Aid. render is to be re
turned as one of the city fathers.
W. H. Bragdon bas proven a won'
derful candidate for alderman in the
Sixth ward He put the present
merman to mgnt eany in tne cam
paign, and has been simply increas
ing his own lead since. He pos
sesses loose nu suing qua ltiea tba
are characteristic oi a splendid al.
The retnrns have been received by
ine nock island postoBice civil ser
vioe board from tbe examination con
ducted Dec 6. and which show that
the following successfully passed
me examination: carriers. A. H
Foster, Christian Koch. Frank A
Andrews; clerks, Ernest J. Wood,
Louts A Schilllnger.
Charley Bleuer will be selected by
the citizens of the Fourth ward next
Tuosdav as alderman. He Is one of
those quiet, thoughtful citizens, can
alwaya be relied upon and never
proves otherwise than true to respon
aibility. He is proud of his ward.
and would rejoice in serving it dili
gently ana acceptably.
6he Had Two.
A young contralto at a Handel con
cert which Sir Joseph Barnby was con
ducting at the end of a solo put in a
high note instead of the less effective
note usually mng. This innovation
shocked tho conductor, and be imimili
atcly asked whether M iss Singer thought
ahe was right in trymjr, to improve up
on Handel. "Well. Sir Joseph," said
she, '-I've got sn E, and I den't we
why I shouldn't show it off." "Miss
Singer," rejoined Barnby, "I believe
you have two knees, but I hope, yon
won t show them on here. "San Fran
All Styles Supplied.
'I want a poster got out; "said tbe
"Certainly," said the artist "I get
them up on three systems the opium.
the lobster and ice cream supper and
the Welsh rabbit Which will you
haver lntuanapolis Journal.
Modern ideas are eminently useful
sometimes. Nowadays when a man goes
wrong he blames either his environment
circumstances or bis grandmother.
Boston Home Journal.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refpnA the aaoaey
it ii laua w cure, za emu
We take pleasure ia announcing to
the ladles tbat onr spring millinery
opening wui commence Tuesday,
April . Ton are cordially invited,
222 West Second street, Davenport
Tsnt it a titv that so man women aw
through life as nervous, fretful invalids, al
ways in a sick -bed or on the verge of it
They are to be sincerely pitied for the
great majority have in them the making; of
bealtny, amtable, capable wives ana mom-
em. These cases become sadder still when
it is realised that the sufferings they endure
are unnecessary. Anv woman can be healtbv
an d amiable and helpful if she will take care
of the health of those delicate organs that
are essentially feminine.
The greatest known medicine for women
is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It
cures all weakness and disease of the or
gans that make wifehood and motherhood
possible. It allays inflammation, soothes
pain, and restores calm and strength to the
shattered nerves. It prepares for wifehood
and maternity. Over 90,000 women have
testified to its virtues. Druggists sell it
"I commenced uinr our medicine three davs
aner my cnua was norn," wnies Mrs. a. i. Bry
ant, of Wilbrnham. Hampden Co.. Mass. (care of
Weslevnn Academy). " It was the fourth one.
and I never got up 90 strong and well. I can do
all mjr own wnrk. I have recommended my
friends to try the ' Favorite Prescription.' M - .
If somebody was offering to give iwit
gold mines for the asking what a scrambling
there wonld be ! When a mine ot health is
offered there is some lively scrambling too.
Over 680,000 people hurried to get Doctor
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser at
$1.50 per copy. It has 1,008 pages with over
juo illustrations. aomcuiiDKOvciuuui mcse
pages relate to diseases peculiar to women.
This book may now be had free. Send 21
one-cent" stamps, to World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Buffalo, N.Y., the cost
of mailing only, and get the book in pnper
covers ; or, send 31 cents for cloth binding;
. wwvs -r-v
wnere to buy
And get good returns for
your money is a question
that perplexes many these
days. It's easy enough if
yon just watch this space
and take advantage of our
I This Week We Have:
Strawberrtts. Blood Oranges,
Catawba Orape. Naral Oranges,
Choice Satin j Apples.
Saturday. April 3
Those Ladles' t3.oo Shoes
StiU go at
Those 2 SO Shoes
SUU go at
SPECIAL The new shade of
Rlnh dark chocolate or coffee QQ
Color on sale tomorrow at VariiUO
Shoes at all prices tl.88, $1.48,
f 1.25 and 99c
1717 Second Avenue.
The Ellin is On
At DAVID DON'S
Moline Crystal Refrigerator
Something new all the way
through. One halt saved,
and first cost no greater
than others. See the test
1616-1617 SECOND AVENUS
ARE expressed on the faces
of - both children and
adults when they are look
ing at K&ELL & MATH'S
lovely window display of
The window is a study for
the children and they seem
to enjoy it. Bring the little
ones down and let them see
With movable head and ears
and all the Babbits. Chicks.
Swans, Geese, Storks and
fancy figures, all for Easter.
On Easter Fggs we have
them from 16 for 1 cent np
to 60 cents apiece, and we
have baskets filled with an
assortment of small candy
eggs at 10c, 15c, 8O0 and 25c
And for the large folks we
have a new line of fancy
novelties, some of them are
really beautiful. Call and
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Are.
Don't forget onr Home-Made
This cut shows The Bock x "'"""
Island Peaslee f hoe Com.
Pn7' oa the Gold Dollar last, aa ahowa la eat. this week at $2. $2.60
nAlla T Bd. W 80 Ilr- About dollr PalT tas "y retail
abW UOICL 01X9 r L3LSI. dealer wonld charge yon for the same grade ot shoe.
The Rock Island Peaslee Shoe Co.
Is the place for Shoe
Bargains all this week.
L-idy's Shoe, which
others want $2 for.
Compare our Lady's
shoe which others
want $2.50 for. Com
shoe which others
want $ for. Com
strictly hand turned,
new coin toe, which
others charge $3.50
for machine sewed.
We are the leaders in
good stylsh footwear,
as well as leaders In
A Large Assortment
Of Men's Tans, Ox
bloods and Vicl's for
$3, $3 50 and $4
Call and see them.
Your Inspection to their New
Hats and Shoes
llfillll Of fl6
Wnirh vi an all ma a-A mlfnvt
w ...ww w u . viwn Ainu iuia
at whatever price they will bring. You eaa have line Kid
Shoes at $1 a pair, the wear guaranteed. Ton eaa have them
at $1.10. $1.80. $1.60. $1.60. $170 and op to 12.60 on the bar.
gala countere. Every pair of these shoes are made In Book
Island, the wear Is guaranteed by the Bock Island Peaslee
Shoe 00 n pany, and you buy them for about
A Dollar a Pair Less
than yon eaa get them from a retail dealer. Ton eaa get the
GemnUtm E?gH Ghnc
Great Shoe Sale
We have some of Bock Island made Shoes left, and have
marked them away down, so they are bound to go, to
make room for other goods.
Shoes Cheaper Than
Fourth Avenue Shoe Store . . .
We have also a fine line of Men's, Boys', Youths', Kisses'
and Children's Shoes, which were not made ia the
Bock Island factory (as they never made or sold any.
thing bnt ladies' shoes) at prices marked away down. -We
haven't room to quote prices, bnt if yea will call
and examine onr Goods, yon will surely be surprised at
the remarkable LOW PRICES which we offer our Goods
Saturday, April 3
Will be a great sale day oa lien's Shoes. We lavite
yon to call and examine Goods.
GEORGE F. SCHMALE.
1501 Fourth Avenue.
FOR TONIGHT ONLY
Oae lot of pails, two and three hoops- ...5c
One lot of Dust Pans 2c
One lot of Feather Dasters 5C
tt nlnu'nt vt a 11 n.v
Ever at the
RAU TO STAJ3AXD.,