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tile Anatrq ttedkcoday, jukis 23. icst.
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Probable thmnder showers tonight
ana marsaay; cooler.
Tha tnniwnhttA ttss vtcan tM
lake region and In the upper Missis
sippi valley south of Minnesota.
Jwua CACcyt B nil inoOUHl
Dakxta and northern Nebraska, the
4 uuuiis uavo sccu Huu am inegu-
I Todij's temperature, 87.
Hynes rents tandems.
Qjnes sells tennis goods.
Boy a bamntock at Eckbart's.
Bead Dolly Bros. ad. page five.
E. J. McGee, of Chicago, is in the
Cralle A- Co., stylish llTery tarn
oats. Bargains in crequet sett at Eck
harfs. T. B. Daris has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Armstrong, of
Beardstown. are in the city.
Mrs. Ellen Webber Is recovering
gradually from her recent severe Ill
ness. Try Beecher's home made bread,
white or Graham, three loaves for 10
City Attorney C. B. Marshall has
returned from a business tripte Chi
cago and Milwankee.
Mrs. C. M. Williams and son
Arthur left yesterday for a 2 weeks'
visit in Trenton, Mo.
On Ibis page this evening Price
Bros, make an extraordinary offer
ing cn shoes. Read it.
If yon are troubled with indiges
tion eat Beecher's home made Gra
ham aread and be oured.
Tomorrow being St. John the Bap
tist day, there will be services at
Trinity ohnrch at 9 a. m.
Miss Ma Rollins, of Avooa, Iowa,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. G. Alii
son, 222 Thirteenth street.
Miss Flora Soott. 3139 Tenth a ve
nae, wee surprised by a company of
yonng friends last evening.
Blackberries, blueberries, rasp
berries, pi urns, strawberries, cur
rants and celery at Hess Bros'.
For rubber tired traps and buggies
order of Cralle & Co. Carriages with
careful drivers at moderate rates.
The united singers, embraolng the
11 societies, will celebrate Independ
ence Day, July 6 at Sohuelzen park,
A neat new combination chandelier
for gas and electric light has been
placed over the oouater in the Har
per house office.
The Luther League of Grace Luth
eran church holds a lawn social on
Fifth strcvt and Fourth avenue. Mo
line, this evening.
Jndge Glenn, after entering n few
orders in chancery this morning, ad
journed the May term of the circuit
court until July 0.
W. B. Mclntyre has acoepted the
general agency for the Mew York
Life Insurance company with head
quarters in Book Island.
Thore will be an executive com
mittee meeting of the Tri-City Union
Friday evening, at the home of Miss
Btoltenberg, 1323 Seventh avenue,
Mies Kate Akers left yesterday for
Dceatur and from there she goes to
California in company with relativee
to visit her brother, Rev. F. J. Akers,
Beeoher is receiving a lot of fresh
butter and eggs every day, and must
sell them. Fresh eggs three desen for
25 cents, -and fresh butter only 10
cecte a pound.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Young, of
Beardstown, who are at present vis
iting in the city, have become the
parents of a new daughter. Their
many mends here wm oner congrat
ulations. Rsv. J. L. Murphy has withdrawn
as a candidate for member of the
board of education. This leaves Au
gust Heimbeek and E. . B. MoKown
the only candidates in the field for
election next Tuesday.
Runge Bennett deliver Black
Hawk spring and artesian water
dally. At moderate rates families
msy have these pure waters instead
of taking their drinks from the oity
mains. Telephone 1313.
Forty two couples of tri-ctty young
peopio dsncca at toe rower inn last
night. The affair was arranged by a
committee composed ot J. rani
DolTin, Edward Fryslnger, Will Carl,
Lay Clark son and Orie FantalL The
patronesses were Mrs. C. R. Cham
berlin, Mrs. G. P. Frysinrer, Mrs.
C. W. Durham and Misses Sue Denk-
mann and Ann Fryslnger.
Highest Honors-World's Fair,
Hold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Pare drape Cream of Tartar
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
1 r-'oL'rr- 1
The stiff wind which blew up at 2
o'clock this afternoon, and the out
nious appearance of the clouds, occa
sioned some alarm, many people
fearing the approach of a evclone.
Observer Hunt, of the weather b areas
station, stated promptly to Thb Ab
ocs. however, that there was no indi
cation ot such a disturbance, and
that it was merely a little
sqaull preceding a thuader storm.
which it - proved to be. The
wind did considerable mischief
in the way ef blowing down mer
chants' displays, signs, eta., includ
ing the smashing of a glass door on
Hess Bros, vegetable ease, which
sounded for the instant as if a store
front had been broken. The ther
mometer fel considerably during
The storm did oonsiderable dam
age to telephone and eleotrie pewer
wires in xtocK island.
The storm this afternoon worked
such damage to the wires transmit
ting the electric power to Thk Abqus
motor used in propelling the press
that the publication is unavoidably
The Associated Press report to
The Anors was cut off by the an
nouncement that Chicago has suf.
isrea from the storm in the destruc
tion of wfree, etc, but the best in-
formation that could be obtained
later was that the result had not been
disastrous in a general sense.
BRAKEMAN DUPRE KILLED
kre Cms Pass Oiw hie Body at
George Dunre. a former resident
of this citv. and one of tha well
known east end brakemen of the
Rook Island, was killed at 11 o'clock
Monday night at Joliet. He was
ooming west with Conductor Em
meraon. Ha fall hetwean tha nri
Three of them pas ed over his body,
. n i ,r -
terriDiy mangling is.
Burial took plaoe today at Atkin
son. 111., where Brakeman Dunre is
survived by a wife and six children.
tie was BDout as years oi age and
was insured for f 2,000 in the Maca-
L. C. Stookwell, the veteran ball
player and ex-professional whose
home is at Cordova, was in the city
today. Stockwell has formed a team
at Cordova, Sommers & LaVelle
having fitted the players out with uni
forms, and they are ready to meet
any ball organization in this neok of
the woods. Stockwell expects to
bring his nine down Sunday for a
game in Davenport.
If VOU eat what von lika. and A.
crest It. veu will surelv be atrontr and
vut you don't digest it, you
might almost as well not eat, for
what stood oan vour food do von if it
doesn't nourish you?
u you find that you can't digest it,
there is a simole heln for vonr atom.
It is Shaker Diffaativa Pnrifial
made by the Shakera of Mount Le
banon. It has never failed to oure
the worst case of indigestion.
Birengtn ana health come from
the food von eat. after it has ban
digested and has gone into the blood.
swta . .
mo oesi lenio is digested food.
The best aid to digestion. Rhakar Di
wnen you nave acid eructations,
nausea, headache, wind, disziness,
offensive breath, or any other symp
toms of dyspepsia, 8haker Digestive
Cordial will oure you.
At arue-eists. Trial bottle 10
C as carets Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel eolds, eure headache,
fever, habitual oonstlpation and bil
iousness. Please buy and trr a box
Of C. C C. todav: 10. 25. f5 eanta.
Sold and guaranteed to eure by all
Try eata-e! Try ata aa Ol
Ask your grocer to show you a
package of Grain -O. the new food
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The ehildrea may drink it without
injury as well as the adult. All who
try it. like it. Grain-O has that rich
seal brown of Mocha or Java, bnt it
is made from pure grains, and the
most delicate stomach receives it
without distress. Three-fourths the
price of coffee. 15 cents and 25 cents
per package. Sold by all grocers.
LOOKS LIKE A BAD FAILURE.
IlUaala II tains CompuT wtth SlOO.OOa
Am mm $71 T.OOO Liabilities.
New York. June 23. Henry 8. White
and Elmer Stockton have been ap
pointed receivers fr tha Randolph Coal
and Coke company, that operated mines
near Sparta, Ills. The application was
made by Francis M. Gillette, president
of tha company. It waa shown that the
assets were only tl 00,006. owing to the
depreciation of tha com pony's lands,
while the liabilities are ST1T.000. Of this.
1500.004 is for capital stock. (200.000 for
bonds, and S1T.00S for floating 'dabt.
Borne of the stockholders alleged that
the officers had been guilty of extrava
gance, and Charles Hammond, of Pitta
bora;, charged that Ortewold Gillette,
ef New York, who had been lnatroated
with the management of the mines, had
operated them in the Interest of a rail
road in which they were Interested.
Bans Yaw HavS tfc QrtaT
If you have, you probably seed a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
aad Tar to heal your lungs and atop
the raekiBg cough iaeideatal to this
diaease. Mold brat. P. Baaaaen aad
T. H. Thomas, druggists. - .,.
tag of night
men are careful to
bar the doors of
their homes against
the intrusion of
sins. .There are
either the burglar
against which few wo-
take proper precau
tions. A Iranian may
own the moat magnifi
cent l ewe la aad the cost-
Kest nlati- KWt after all
b said and dene, her health is her most
It is this that she fails to guard against
the dangers of weakness and disease of the
distinctly womanly organism. Nearly every
complaint from which women snfier has its
inception iu troubles of this nature, and it
continually aggravmtea ny them.
An unfailing remedy for all weakness and
disease of the organs distinctly feminine,
and the multitude of ills that follow in this
train la found m Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, ft acta directly on these organs
ana nun inem strong ana neanny. it
prepares for happy, healthy wifehood and
capable, almost painless motherhood.
Over 90,000 women have testified to its
wonderful menu. No honest druggist win
ones someuung else as just as good.
"While I was living at Eagle Rack, Botetouit
Co., Va.," writes Mrs. G. A. Connor, of Allegh
eny Spring, Montgomery Co., Va, "a lady
friend came to m and said: My daughter, aged
13 aaa rcpcaicu ik-wui 1 oagea at ue nose,
and she has never the necessary indispositions
of womanhood.' 1 advised her to get Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. The lady purchased one
bottle and it cured her daughter, bbc was well
aad happy when I left there."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser is a physician that is always in the
house, ready to give advice and assistance
any moment, day or night It contains i.oas
pages, 300 Illustrations and several chap,
lets devoted to the reprodnctive'physiology
of women. Over a million women own
and value it. A new edition is just out and
for a limited time copies will be given away
absolutely pker. If you want a copy in
a heavy manilla cover, send si one-cent
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, to the
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. V. If yon prefer a in cloth
binding, send 10 cents extra, 31 cents in all
A nice line to select
a Sunday dinner from.
Everything fresh and
Cn cumbers. Tomatoes,
Summer "quash, CanUflower,
Hew Potatoes, Ne
Asparagus, Bad lakes.
Dairy Butter 1SX&
And when it shows
'signs of Irregularity
take It to
Woltian, the Jewel?.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and jet
live" prices. HlghivsH
In repairing at reason
ISM Second Ave
,v .1717 Second Avenue.
SEE HIM EAT!
That is your husband. He can
not help it sinoe yom keep your
food in the
CLEM ABLE EFBIGHiT01
Everything kept in the Leonard
comas out so orisp and fresh
clean and sweet, there Is jm
h wonder he eats; whe wouldn't
The Leonard Cleanable la the
result of 80 years' experience la
the manufacture of Refrigera
tors, and costs no more thaa t
f erior makes. Call and examine
1.16-1.17 . SECOND AVENUE.
A LIFE SAVER
TO THE THIRSTY
And a boon to all those re
t quiring a refreshing, delic
ious stimulant, when tired
from shopping or other
duties is the exquisitely con
cocted cold, sparkling glass
SODA - WATER
Got at ERELL & MATH'S.
Pure fruit juices.
Wild Cherry, Egg Nog,
Or any tempting and refresh
ing flavor you wish.
Krell & Math's
'Phone 11M. . Ho. 171S-1718 Second Ave.
We want your Ice Cream
order when you get ready to
treat your friends.
Special sale you Intend having, says an eonomlcal purchaser, who always keeps
announcements, knowing that when M. & K. simply breathe of a special sale
money, aad lots of It.
How would you like nice summer underwear at 25c, S6o aad
48c The qualities we are showing at these prices you will fiad
at leaat a little better than other dealers are showing at the
" Nesllsee Shirts.
Negligee shirts, soft and laandried. at 29e, 4 So aad ap to $1.
Best values you ever saw at the price. They'll hear eompaxisoa.
See them. i
. Boys 9 Straw Hats.
Boys' straw hats at 19c, Me aad S9& The 193 hats are SSe
. quality, the 19c are 40e quality, aad S8e hate are 60e qaality.
Stores . .
if- . aTlAVaruDsOtar Msrtav let a tAtr V
at - aav
Gigantic Shoe and Oxford Sale.
To reduce Stock quick, we offer seasonable Shoes and
and sizes, at prices to move ,cin quick. Bought cheap
Several regular lines of Oxfords, all
' K,UBaih OB Price, (worth
ILS0 and 11.76) closing price.. ..
BIG BARGAINS IN MISSES AND CHILDREN'S LINES.
LIEN'S SHOES A ""orint04 "d Ch000lmU Goo,J Welu. "oln" toes, worth S.M.
see what $ 1 will buv:
Ladies' hand-sewed Oxfords,
either blank or tan, reg
ular 1.60 and $1.65 (tf
Ladies' kid lace, new 4
coin toe, 11.60 grade.
Ladies' kid buttoa C11
shoes, all sises. aV'
Misses' tea button Of
1.60 grade for. aV
Misses' tan lace, $1.60
grade for aV
Children's shoes la blsok
and tan, $1.25 and 91.60 -grades
go iu this tale T
for 91 per pair sSl
A few $1.60 misses' f
oxfords go for vl
ATTEND THE GREAT
DOLLAR SALE THIS
Special Bargains in Shoes !
NOW la tVlM tlmst trt
Ladies' Chocolate Oxfords, oaly : t i : t
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, only t : t s : t t
Ladies' Black Button Shoes, oaly J i : : t
Children's Donirola 8hoes, spring keel. 6 to S, at i t
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring BeeL 6 to 8, at s
Childrea'a Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, t to U. at i t
Children's Ooagola Shoes, spring heel, t to IU at s i
Children Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. 6 to 8, at t t
Infanta Chocolate Shoes, no heal. 3 to 6. at s i
Bt"DosTo Shoes, no heel. S to 6. at : i t t tOe
Little Boys' Chocolate Lace Shoes, spring keel, 10 to II. at Me
We are the greatest bargain givers In
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
1COI Fourth Awwnnsv.
Men's Tan Shoes.
Men's tan shoes, splendid quality. $1.47. These
sold at $2 and have marked them now $1.47 that oerht
All small lots la children's suits at greatly red need prioea.
Have yoa seen the splendid shirt walcto we are eeUlag at Mo.
Ton eaa always Sad special barraias la every departmcat la
either of oar stores. Bock Island or Daveapert.
1729 Second Ave., 116-120
Oxfords, in all odd lots
for cash, and are going
All Ladles' Chocolate Kid Shoes.
McKay sewed, lace aad battea. f S f
km mrtA ataao
!7asto natos U03HI wf
Yon can judge for your-l
self whether It Is best to
employ a wasteful plua
ber at cheap prices or a
careful one who charges
just what his work Is
worth. We do the very
best work possible at
standard prices and we do
It as well as plumbfaj
work can be done.
an eye on our special
It means the saving of