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Are now about known. They are oftentimes un
certain quantities and the finals are watched
with Interest by many who take an interest in
politics. While the husband watches the re
suits in New York, the thrifty housewife watches
with keen eyes the happy results of buying at
Shields'. There is no disappointment for her;
the returns always are her way, and she feels
happy in consequence. Here are a few late re
turns from the price reducing center:
1 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
jrell Jelly S9e
Shredded Coeoenut, per pound. ICo
Sweat Chocolate, pa eaka So
C enberT.es, par quart 6a
pound Baking Fowder Bo
Trashed Java Coffee, per pound, lie
jAU Package Coffee lJlo
Packages MInoe Meat lie
t Packages Washing Powder. . . . So
,cw Kelslas, par pesnd..7o, 9o, 10c
JlewFIgs, per pound 14c
'y"ora New Tork Backwheat. per
1 10-pouad lack 27o
w-Crowa Seeded Kalalna, par
f none 1217.
. . .
Solid Silver Tea Spoons of the Gorham make, the
world's standard of excellence, $3.50, $375 and $4.50
(Here at flome ft
THB wall known product of the CHICAGO BBXW-
INO COMPANI that has beoome eo justly pop.
ular in buUding up the tern. It iS a oonoentrated
extraotof aeleot Malt and Hopa and givee almost
mlraonlona aaaiatanoe to oonvalesoents. nursing?
L he Chicago Brewlntr Co's. Bottled Deer
haa also made a reputation
dared from the local branoh
Nineteenth St. and First Are.
pen You Put
-y. 1 ou 11 want a new part, a
(' DerhaDS. Brinor ti the. old
new one at about half the cost
VELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
wA Mftktri of fin a f Jfc Hm tmi
fcB IMS. . . MOS. S28. SSO.
Shields1 Best Flour $LI9
Dried Peaohea. par poind fre
8-poand Can Fears tic
8-pound Can Peaohea 10c
8-pound Can Wax Beans to
pound Can Baked Beana In
Tomato saaee....'. 8a
Ginger Snaps, par pound to
1 Pound Corn Starch So
1 Large Battle Ameala So
IS Bara Family Soap too
Dried Braporatad Basp berries.
per pound 20o
New Citron, per pound 17Je
New Dried Peaohea, par pound, 9e, lie
New Dried Apricots lOo
New Prunes So, 7e. 9e, 11c
2600 Fifth Ayc.
Salva Boxes, Man
icure Piece and
all things pertaining to
the Toilet needs at low
1703 Second Avenue.
CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
for itself and can be or.
' Man gar
Up That Stove
grate, linmcr. leir or lid.
castincr anil r'll moU
in Chicago or elsewhere.
n p . m
"ft pettw aSVUMIi VS3s
S32 TWKKTY.FOnRTW RTRm
Early in the Field to Announce
Her. Claims to County
WILL HELD THE 0LESZBHP.
Bat Her JtapabUaaae Will Dwud tfee
IkitiriMMMnl as Tfcat lal Pre
Mk TkrM ommtw Alfaaey Tfe
Ftckt far Beats a Baser Bad fit run
Having condescended to yield tbe
nominauon xor county clerk, it be.
ing generally conceded that the pres
ent inoumoent, uoi. n. jtonier, will
retire, as it is put by a Mohne paper.
ior ue present," tms same au
thority on the republican political
situation in tnat city goes on to an.
nounoe tne claims to be made for
Moline, in lieu of the surrendering
of tne county clerkship, in thie war
mere is already considerable activ
ity among republican aspirants for
the office of sheriff, although the
nominating convention will not be
held before May or June, and the
election is 12 months ahead. Mo.
line has no less than three avowed
eandidates L. F Cralle, Ed Kittil
aan and Frank A. Johnson who are
said to be doing some hustlinsr. Mr.
Cralle states that his name will go
before the convention, and he asks
the support of his friends. Mr. Kit.
tiisen ana Mr. Jonnson are not talk.
lag much for publication, but are
doing some quiet work. Then there
is Supervisor Carey, of Carbon Cliff;
u. u. Hears, of Milan, and W. J. Ban
aon, of Book Island, the laat two
named deputies under Sheriff Hem
en way, and all three are hard at
work trying to shape mattera so they
can get tne nomination, since Col.
H. Kohler decided not to be a candi
date for reneminatton for the office
of county clerk it has opened the
way, apparently, tor a Moline man
to get the office of sheriff, so long
coveted. It is said the republicana
of Boek Island are willing to con.
cede the nomination to Moline, that
city having a candidate for the
county clerkship. From what the
Republican-Journal can learn by sur
face indieationa the next three
months will witness some hot cam.
paign work by candidates for this
offioe. Mr. Carey haa thua far been
the most active, and already has
some pledges, bnt the other aspirants
are getting into the harness and evi
dently mean business."
As Moline republicans are so dis
proportionately represented about
the eonnty bailding at the present
time .it is not surprising that
circumstances having made the sur
render of one office nnaveidable, the
abundantly ample notice of the ex.
pectation of a substitute should be
Deputy County Clerk H. B. Hub
bard ia generally regarded aa having
me insiae trace ior tne republican
nomination ao far. In fact, there
are no other pronounced candidates
at tne present stage.
Aa to Other 0 SI Sat.
While this little premature brush
is going on, tne canvass ior tne re
publican nomination for the state
senatorshiD nomination ia haine-
energetically pushed. Payne and
urawiora are eacn pushing tneir re
spective claims, while Sturgeon to not
manifesting a .disposition to let the
thing go without a struggle. The
contest for the nomination to be
vacated by Payne ia likewise waxing
warm, and Tom Campbell, who
Considers the selection hi hv nrlnr
ity claim, dating back for something
less than a dozen veara. will find him
position disputed by Capt. H. C.
",1- 1 I
icavBianu.TieDry uarce ana pernaps
Fnneral services for Mrs. Delilah
Wilson were held at 2:30 this aftar.
noon at her late home on Seventh
avenue. Bev. C. E. Taylor, of the
First Bantiat chnrah. aaalatiul kv
Bev. C. O. MoCnllaoh. nf tha Vlr.t
Methodist churoh, officiated. Hymna
ware aung ny a quartet composed of
J. F. Bobtnson, G. B. Housel, Mrs.
H. von Koeokrita and Miss Gertie
Wilcox. Interment took place at
Chippianneok, the pallbearers being
w. . uinipHj, r. ci. auun, n. (J.
Broakmaa. William Binok, F. A. Lu
dolph and H. C. Boggeas.
The funeral of Bandolph, little aon
of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Beok, was
neia at a o'clock this afternoon. Ser
vioea were held at the bereaved home
on Twentieth atraat. Rat. W. a. Mar.
quia, of tbe Broadway Presbyterian
ohnrch, officiating. The remains
were laid at rest in Chippiannook.
The fnneral Of Mra. Snaanna
Thompson will be held at 2 p. m.
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OHHUBT WIW SBTT1COB Bl I BO irSI
VryCrs-ot ri OraevOI
Ask yonr grocer today to ahowyoa
a nackase of Urain-O. the new food
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The children may drink it without
injury aa well aa ue adult. All who
try it, like It. Graln-O haa that rich
seal brown of mocha or java, bnt it
la made from pure grains, and the
moat deleeate stomach receives it
without distress. One-anarter the
price of coffee. 15 cents and 25 tenia
per package. Sold by all grocers.
Harry B. Prouty
Miat Gartrada Mardoek.
-Drury Tow hip
Oaecnreta attmnlaaa Hwa
and bowels Have alekaa. waakaa
vr gnpa; iu eeaiM.
LA8T OF LADIES' 8ERIE8.
IS. i. BX WbbMb Wbw f UK, Klcktk
The laat of the preliminary matchea
for the ladiea handicap cup was
played on the Book Island arsenal
links yesterday afternoon and re
sulted in the victory of Mrs. J. B.
Hutting, of Davenport. Mra. Nut
ting lowered by many atrokea her
best previous record in competitive
play, and also reducing by three the
laaiea- recora ior the links.
The scores follow:
Mr. J. R. Nutting.. .
Miss Van Pattaa
m. j. r. SBinnar....
Miss Prestoa ,
Miss S. Dart
MLss B Chambere
Mlsa Fran o en s. Blunt
Mrs. W. 8. 1'eiroa
Mias Evelyn Ulunt
The final match play between the
eight preliminary winners will com
mttneeat 2 p. m. next Thursday, the
drawing for these matchea is aa fol
lows. The semi-finala will be olaved
Friday and the final match Saturday
The following paira have been
drawn for the finals for ladies hand!
FIRST BODBD MOV. 11.
Mrs. AUen and Mrs. Harper.
Mi. NutlioK sad Mrs. Barnard.
Miss Franoes S. Blunt and Mrs. Pieree.
Mrs. Cady and Miaa Evelyn Blunt.
8BOOHD RODKD HOV. IS.
Winner of first aad winner of second.
Winner of third and winner of fourth.
TB1BD SOUSD MOV. 13.
Winner of fifth and winner of aizth.
THIRD OF THE COUR8E.
Prof, allna Lmmm a Browalng's
"Oal baa Cpea aatebss.
Tha third leatnra ! the nnivAraltv
extension eonraa was e-Iven laat ana.
ing at the High achool assembly
luuut vj srrui. niBBira m. uoums.
He treated of Robert Browning'a
"Caliban Upon Betebot" aa a eom
panion study to Shakespeare'a
Tha anaakar aaid Rmarninff1 nnain
ia founded on the quotation, His
art ia of each power, it would eon.
troi my asm s goa. Beteoos, ana
make a vassal of him." Given Call.
ban and hia ialand, the poem aeeka
10 arrive r a conception 01 deity
auoh aa he wonld fit nn to ana ftraAt.
tional belief in which he had been
educated. Browning haa invented a
cramaaar for Cali has. H mrnlsrl
apeat-a in the third peraon, instead of
tne nrsi, ana witneut a pronominal
subject. The exceptions are algnlfl
oant, as he rises to the first person
wnen nis argument piaeea him In
the position of a deity aa creator
of a bird, aa diety to the crabs.
to the squirrel and urchin;
similarly where he Imagines
himself an enchanter. Or where he
cornea into any direct relation with
his deity the sacrificial song when
oaught by his God, his deity having
a personal spite against him, his
iwkk uiigut hits niaue oim uioer
ent. In hia final er for mm ha
falls back into the third person to
express grovelling. As a being of
ine elements, uaiioan, in the world
he disoustes, gives prominence to
tuuae pans 01 nature tnat nave con
nection with elemental notion. In
referenoe to hia suggested connec
tion with tha elemnnta of earth and
water he displays sympathy with
creeping thinga and his attraction to
the idea of a serpent. Throughout
the living things mentioned are
emeuy insects ana creatures con
nected with the sea, whereas a bird
is suggested aa something of a
higher order, or an nhinnt nf fanr-
on the other band he manifests per
eeptive powers of the highest acute
ness and minute observation of
nature. He ia full of imagery
taken from external nature There
ia plenty of evidence for hia
lew moral pjsition, tyranny over
weaker things being his main char-
BCteriatia. Caliban iiwnnlitai
downward, not upward, placing hia
usiiT b soa lowest, not tne mgnest,
point of hia conaaionanaaa. Tha
whole conception of Seteboa rests
upon the antithesis of being and do
ing the combination of almost nn
limitad aYtAraa.1 tutth
. jnf r. v. , ui wvi-
eeption aad action, with inability
u ouawgB bib own nature, xne
POem ODCna with dramatic hank.
ground, the meditation being broken
ua uj b auaaeu inunuer storm, when
Caliban recants and cries for merer.
putting in practice hia cor eeption of
'I Was taken With rhanmatiam
and suffered a great deal of pain,
and n times I waa confined to my
bed and unable to haln mtuif r
obtained only temporary relief from
- m.vu.uiot. uui inenu au
vised me to trv Hood'a K.nnii.
which I did, and it enred ma." p.
r. Hay. Centralia, 111.
ww fuu atca BtMuy ane.
Bromntlw nn aha liw .- t i
TfAAill. K211 A .. .
1 m.v. wv MIWNI,
Care nick headache.
November S. S and A. tt r n r
A P. railway will sell round trip
tickets to Chinavn at Avian an an if mma-
third fare. Betnrn limit Hoy. 8.
Tbe same rate will also be made
Nov. 9. 10 and 11. Betnrn limit
We are the only farriers in tha
three cities. Foil assortment of furs;
repairing given earefal attention.
T. Biehter A Sons. Davennart.
SHRIEKS III COURT.
Rufus Phenix's Mother Swoons
When He is Declared
8BZ2D BT ATTACK OF HYSTERIA.
Bailiffa Carry Bar Oat a ho Rasas i
Wish Balsa; as Crl
-AUs-rrstU Waafipaay Aaallaa fa aa
Mra. Eliza Uarria. a Molina nl-
ored woman, went into bysteriee In
. i . . .... .
ww circuit court room mis morning,
when the iurv in the case of Knfna
Phenlx and Harry Gross, indicted far
K"'MUS a witness iiom tne state,
returned a verdict of guilty.
Mra. Harris ia tha mnthar nf Pha.
nix. She ia greatly attached to her
sod. one occupied a rront seat ta
the asction nartitioned off for tha ac
commodation of spectators. She waa
BvcempanitMi oy ner aaugnter, Mra.
111.. . . , ' . . .
L-.uo aaBxie. xne jury came in at .3U
thia moraine. Mra. Harris lialanad
attentively as the verdict waa being
bdu wnen aiauge treat oruerea
the bailiffs to eondnot Pheniz and
Gross back to tha ennnt an
remain until such time as ne im
posed sentence, Mrs. Harris threw
ap her hands, fell back In her aeat
and shrieked. The eourt room waa
filled, and the scene was one that
unnerved everyone nreaent. Dannt
Sheriff Ran son, with the assistant a
of thr bailiffs, hastily eonducted
. f . r "
iun. narns to tne gran a jury room.
Dr. O. L. Evster waa anmmnnni ITa
Drononnoed it a eaaa nf hwitsrla
Mrs. Harris waa in n critical' condi
tion, for aha continued to shriek,
and it was neoesaarv to nravant dia.
turbance to the eourt, to remove her
to tne ladies' reception room on the
first floor. Hera ana waa t.lad nn a
cot. She called for her aon and ha
waa brought from the jail by Sheriff
unsniwsf. urs. urni oegan to
reoover at 11 o'clock, and Dr. Eyster
said ahe would be able to return
home in a few hours.
AUa-reU Bark an IsJ
Tha narMenlar hrand nf ntniml.t.
candy bearing the atamp of Alle-
"Bur is uaeiy to get some tree
uTsiunng in tne atocn isiana cir
cuit court. ADBlioation waa nul.
through MoEniry MoEniry for
wovpu auogrotu, UI vnicagO, t01S
morning before Jodee Ueat for
an inmnction reatraininir tha
wawwu iwbmuihi cuupsnj irom
ita manner of handling and selling
candies, know as the Allegretti make.
Judge Gest will hear and pats upon
oi application tamorrow. joeepa
Alleirretli. Jr.. aacomnanlad h u
K. Sincerney and Harry Boeget,
eame down from Chicago last night
uu am stopping at tae Harper.
"We are aeekinir to tint a atn n tk
selling of Allegretti candy in the
t i i. . .
uauuvr in vruioa it IB oeing OOnO II
Book Island." Mr. AlWrntti a&id
The name Alleeretti" waa a trada
mark and waa protected as such, he
... . -
siBsea, ana me noose una secured nn
in junction from Jndra Saara in r?ii.
cago against the unauthorised nee of
. . 1. . i ...
ik, nuu tnat tne caaa waa now in the
The Grant Boras Shew ta Chleaa
Omnad In tha C
f . vvMvayiii nvii A
1897. and if von are rnlnt tn visit it
bo sure to buy tickets by the Great
ia aoute. aa tnetr eity
depot is di recti v in front nf at.tin.
on the elevated loop, and all traina
.1 i . . ..
vi ua cjcvnieu Bvsiem tnat run to
. v. . ni .
vuuBoum now go around the new
Union Elevated Loop and atop di
recti v in front nf th Rnrv
ronte deoot. Nothing rmn ha hanrflo.
and a fire cent fare lands yon at the
door of tha Coliseum. Enquire of
the agent in thia city and sea nap
iiu -sub jou ou tna lacte.
It Hlla tka naaa.
When aufferins? from a wnra w.ia
take a doae of Folti'tHnnawami t..
when the aoreneaa will be at once re
iievea. a warm grateful feeling and
healing of tha narta B.fTwL4 biii w.
experienced and yon will any: "It
feels ao rood. It hita tha ni t.
ia guaranteed. For sale by T. H
Our Shoes Eclipse All Others.
In manufacture, in leather,
in chape, ia fit. In price.
' our ehoee are nneqnaled.
We are not ta the ehoe busl.
aeaa for a few yearn, we are
la It for life. We must sell
the beet to keep yoar trade.
We do eell the beet, aad It
you patronise na for the Aral
time, wa will keep yoar
trade. Ladiee band welt laea
ahoee, kid top. wid th from A
down, at fx. Boeheetereaoes
$160. i3. IS-SO anLJ34.
width AAA to K aise la all
widths as large as 8.
If You Vaoutd Keep in Touch With
the Latest Ideas in
Be Sun to
NEVER HAVE WE SHOWN A MORE
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF PAT
TERNS AND COLORINGS. IN ALL !
4.J. Smiths Son
savapFSJ mmmW M. M MM i
in. 1SS West Third Street
1804 Second Arenue.
iCVvpyrtetit 1ST fcr t
1 ba atala'lttuta Oar
Box Calf Shoes
FOR LADIE8' WEAR IN ALL THE
C1JSTBAL SHOE 8T0KB, .... mi lIAlll) imrn.
Like everythina: to pay
washed clothes. It's your
With your patronage. Don.t go about with that
worried expression on your face. Brace up. Look
pleasant Drop us a postal and be yourself again.
Kersey is a soft napped cloth, with a very
smooth surface, aad la aa Ideal Overcoat
Fabric because It la both dreesy In ap
pearance aad eorviocable. If yon get a
real Ketaey Overcoat yon are all tight;
bnt If yoa get one of those Overcoats ad
vertised by none dealers as Kersey," bnt
which pull apart an tbe ellghteet provoca
tion, yonll be sorry.
Toar real safety lies only la buying an
Overcoat with the aame of the maker at
tached as a guerantec.a-.Coat. bearing this
Sot snore costly thaa yoa'd expect a good
Coat to be.
Oor line of Box Calf Ihoes
for ladles' wear Is mere eom
plate thaa over this
They aro Neatl
They are Stylish!
They will Outwear
Any otter kind of a ahoe
made. Wa here them la
three radae 3. .M aad
Si. Be ear yoa see them
before baylaj year tall
laundry bills lor poorly
own ault if you encourage