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THIS ABgUa FJRIDAr, NOVEMBER 19,1G97.
Win be in order next week and all prudent people
will ie interested' in selecting a good dinner for that
day. El-try day in the year Shields' store affords
excellent opportunities for close buyers and just at
thUtinic norc than ever it is ripe with bargains.
Almost an) thing you want for a dinner and at prices
that plcisc. Read below.
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Bast Castas rataal Faitr sack..l.S
Shia.da' B, h.t f .ear Bad.
pr sack 1 9
PULbury's Bttt fliov.... 142
e.t rurt New Tol Bark ah tat.
Mr lt)puul ... J5o
potii-f I'.ae Baking poWJrr pr
' t... ...
8lt-kifc icjr Siove Pul.ta, per
S Partly. WithiB) Puwity..
iiwi roam. per pSfp... ...v
1-poaad ea Salmon, per cat. . .'
1-pouoJ CVra Starch A...
S-poaa.t Can Dak.d Baaipr
Fraaoh K.d JCidaeyBfeae.Sj two
. . .
Solid Silver Tea Spoons of the Gorham make, tha
world's standard of excellence, $3.50, $3 75 and $4.50
1703 Second Avenue.
Need proper noarbhment. or they can't
do tielr work propeil. We don't know of any
thing thu 1 more nourlshiog than our beer A
case will cost you little money for so much bottled
itrprg'h. Better try It.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
WlWnYou Put Up That Stove
You'll want a new part, a grate, lining, leg or lid,
perhaps. Bnng us the old casting and we'll make a
new one at about half the cost in Chic cm or 1tiM
NOVELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
&Ukt a of fWta Liht Gray Iron Oaattaga, Patterns, Model, ate
Dried Peocaea. oar noaad le. 8a.
New Dried Apricot lOo
New Praaaa Bo, 7o, 9a. 11a
New Evaporated Raspberries,
par poaad l9o
New Citron, per poind 17Je
Saw Kalslaa, par peead..7e, 9a. lie
-Crown Seeded Retains, ear
Selteaa Raisins, per poaad lOo
ueanea Carraata, saw 9
4 Paekaffaa Mlaaa Uaat lie
Sweet Cider, per gallon 19a
Good Smoking Tobaeeo par
Battle As Tobaeeo, par poaad.. . 32o
10 bare Gloss or Armoor Soap... J5c
Ltaf Laid la 60 poaad Una $1.99
10-poaad Ham, Soger Cored.... 9a
8agar Cartd Bacon anda at 7o
300 Fifth Ave.
f Salve Boxes, Man
icure Pieces and
all things pertaining to
the Toilet needs at low
Drivts Two Masked Men From
Her Door With Re
volver. AlOTHES ATTEMPTED HOLD-UP
f, . Kaawaaair BWfaaaa Aaatlttaaaa
aa BUrila. aaa CtnvrMB IkM
a ta CBaa m Taaaa Dm aaa
a raM-aita. ana hm um ciraae
Anothar bold hnldnn waa at
tempted ia Rock Island last night
Vfct. . I . a ..LI . . .
1 bii um u roBdin in a Jaa 10
deal with, and thej foaad ake waa
too maoh for tham. Balaam 8 mil
9 o'clock Mra. Q. Eohwedder waa
eallad to the door of her home. 3840
Serenth arcane, bj two men whoae
taoea were coaoealad br matka. 8he
a a. a - .
aaaea uem wnai way wan tad. .and
aha waa informed they deaired ad
mittance to the honae. Mra. Rah.
wedder waa neturaUy greatly fright-
eaea, oat ana reauaea mat haaty ao.
uon waa neoeaaary mat aha might
protect heraelf and property. She
told the men the beat thing they
could do would be to clear away
from the premiaea. Inatead of obay.
ing they repeated their demand.,
auu were apparently preparing to
foroe their war Into the honaa. whan
Mra. Eohwedder appeared on the
cauawun a revolver, with which
ahe covered the viaitora, and oom.
mended them to depart. They
obeyed at once, and aa they atarted
vj laare, aare. ttanweoder Bred at
them. She followed them oat intn
the BUeet. ahootine at than, bat it
not laougnt any oi the DUleta
Theae fellow are no donbt mem
bare of the gen wb'ch acted ana
ploioaaly at Phil Mitobttll'a and
other Book Island hornet daring the
Parker Gale and William Flvna
were taken In this afternoon by
uapt. JLcaard and umcer Fitzgerald
for playing poker in a vacant bulld-
iur ou tint a ran ae.
me ponoe nave a while woman
and a colored jnan at the atation.
The man clalma tha wnman la hia
wile. She aaya not. An interesting
vmmm mmj us ueveiopxa.
Lauretta Sitter It. charcel with
adaltery. waa held to the gi and jury
in $300 bond today by Magiatrate
oianora. ane coaid not iarnisb bail
and waa Bank to tha nnnntv iH
Officers Ryan, Archer and Ains worth
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(iucu ioa American nouse at 11
o'clock last night. They arrested
four Deonla who reriatnrad at hnail.
qaartera as Joste Brown and Minnie
1.1. . p I . . n. . .
9wib anii rroq oiyers ana vviiu am
Willi all fictitious names. The two
women were assessed i and extras
apiece today by Magistrate Stafford
Their companions will have a hear
Int? tonirht, .
Jacob Zalmer, a peddler, called on
at. 1 - al W -B . .
vniei renaer toaav to compialo
agaiaat a crowd oi uptown boya.
which he ears persists ia annovln?
him. lie ia caltlvaUng a nice erop
of auburn spinach, which extends
from ear to ear. lie pruea hia whis
kers very highly, and says he fears
ha will lose eome of them, aa tha
boya frequently stop him and poll
tuciu. n wan hi at warrant lor aev
era! of the nartiaa who ham thna
faulted him. and whom he daaircd
charged with assault with attempt
. 1 i f 1 a. m . . .
u pan wDiaaera." xne cniei as
sured Jacob he would attand to tha
matter and aee that the boya leave
a. a . m "
uim Blow in tna iaiare.
DISTRICTS FOR PYTHIANS.
Illlaale ak-Olvltoe kf the Maw SraM
Grand Chancellor Archibald G.
Servosa. of tha Knights of Pythias
of Illinois, has divided tha state jar-
laaiouoa into su districts, of 6 to 2i
lodgea each, acd each district will
be ia charge of a deputy grand
cnanceiior. nocK island hat been
selected aa the headquarters for
me aiairict wnicn emoracea the fol
lowing lodges: St. Paul, 107. and
Metropolitan. 474. Roek Ialand: 28.
Molina; 65. Sterling; 120. Morrison;
14. Albany; 237. t nltoo; 317, Erie;
149. Cordova; 307. Port Bvroiu 310.
Genaseo; 423, Cambridge, 477, Milan;
Anna wan; 097, Atkinson.
aMM a run.
Tha Ladiea' Aid aoelatv of Jkn
ftf . m WW a
mama iamp, s. oi v.. was inspected
.A f a. mm a
VT9JB&BK all MCmOaUtU AUl DT
aka en. ... af
aara. r. a. irarant, slate inspector.
After tha work had been flntahari
tha Bona of Teterana ware invited by
it. t.ii . ef
taaiaaieeio parute 01 aa oyster
Miss Emma Bohroeder waa mr
priaedbva oomsaav of lad -ami
gentlemen friends at tha homo of
air. ana Mrs. u. n. Lianhard. n
Twelfth street, last evening. Several
hours were moat delightfully spent,
there being vocal and Instrameatal
mnaio and eard slavinw. aftar hiok
refreshments were served.
Seven new members were inltiatail
atlaat avanioa-'a maetiee- of vrt
Armstrone Court No.- 8. SOS. Iada.
pendent Order of Foresters, at
BeeaUa'a hall. A banquet followed
Georre M. Mustard, of Port Hnrnn
Mioh., dspatv supreme ranger, who
"aa oeea u us city eevem weexj la
the laterast of the order, was urea.
After an exDOinra. at whea na
feel a cold oomiag oe, take a doaa of
PoleV'S 'Hone and Tar. ' Tl nmmmr
NEW8 OF THE WOODMEN.
1 BatSalaM aa tka
f Haa. WlUlaaa -
Laat evenins' Hob. William Jack
son entertained the officers and direo
tora of the Modern Woodmen at
dinner at hia Inviting home on
x wenueta street, it proved one of
ui most pieaaaat occasions that has
attended the eomine of the head
representatives of the great order
among ine people 01 i&ock island.
The board of directors haa bean
patting in the day disposing of rou
tine Business, ana wui adjourn to
n'eht until next Tuesdav afternoon
at 1 o'clock, when the contract for
tha new building will be let.
Director White and Editor Van
Galder. of the Modern Woodman, ad.
dreaaed a meeting of Woodmen at
Aieao laai evening.
Director A. R. Talbot lft laat
night for his home at Lincoln, Neb.
uapv. u. Lb ttoot, 01 the Lyons Mi
litia company, is oontenting himself
with ridicnlint? the force of tha avi.
denoe received ia Ro.k Ialand by
Adj. wi. wngnt, 01 lowa, bearing
on the Pulton invasion of Anc IS. Tn
an inveatigatlon of this kind, as it is
. a) mm
o.win in a tnai ior an onease, the ac
cused frequently starts oat la just
sach a manner as this, but inatlna
generally geta there in the end. The
outrage committed on Illinois citi
sena is not to be lauehed ont of ex.
istenee. The captain may aa well
move over to 1 niton and abide with
the people in whose welfare he takes
sach a desperate interest, even
to the point of throwing open an
Iowa armory to them. Besides,
judging from the result of his cam-
naton for the Iowa atata annnta hia
admirers in the Iowa distriot are
considerably ia the minority.
DOWN G0E8 THE KING.
Defaat ef Varatav Baraa at the Haada mi
The Dreaa disnatchaa in laat nirhta
Aooca told briefly of the defeat of
a m a. a-a .a
carmer martin corns on the mat at
lndianapolia Wednesday evening by
The king of wrestlers is dethroned.
The news of the farmer'a professional
downfall was a blow to hia Rook Tal.
and admirers, bat he has no one to
Diame but himself, for if he had
taken the advice of hia fr.Ai.da
whose admonitions he has seemed
disposed to Ignore of late, he would
have refused to meet McLeod again
after defeating him at Davenport,
ana luaieaa nave gone alter Jenkins,
and avoided letting McLeod hu
miliate him. Burns was always
airaia 01 dentins, ana a lew months
ago when ia Rock Island volunteered
the statement that he was the com
ing king of the mat.
Evidently Jenkins had little trnn
ble in conauerini? the farmer, frnm
whom he took two straight falls, the
nrst in zy minutes and the .seoond in
34 seconds.' Jenkins weighed fully 25
pound more man norns.
Evan Lewis' backer hava nhal
longed Jenkins, but he says ho wants
. arv -m. m .
a go witn uaa MCLeoa nrst.
THE GENTLEMEN'8 GAME.
SUat.li ef Um Strat Roaad of thm ruul Golf
The fir.t round of the finals for tha
gentlemen's onp iu the golf tourna.
ment at the Rock Ialand arsenal links
occurred vesterdav aftemonn. n p.
Skinner won from F. J. Kin.
ney, 4 up, 2 to play; Lieut.
V. c. , Horney won from C. F,
Lynde, 3 np, 1 to play; Lieut W. S.
Pierce won from J. D. Cad v. 9 nn 1
to play, and C A. Barnard woa from
W. Goode, 4 up, 2 to play. This
afternoon Mr. Skinner plays Lieut.
Horner and Mr. Barnard riant.
Pierce, and the winners hava their
final came for the noasesaion of tha
onp tomorrow afternoon, after which
L. I. Ji. a a . .
ue laaiea'ana tne gentlemen's cops
will be presented atCapt Blunt'a
uiauaiuu ob tne isiana.
INJUNCTION IS TO ISSUE.
Jedfe Oaat Graau tha Writ la the AU
decided to authorise the issuance of
tha Writ Of inianction nravad Inr h
the AllegretU Chooolate Cream com
pany 01 cnicaeo, against the Crown
Restaurant enmnanw nf RmV- tii
restricting the selling of any kind
of chocolate candy bearing the name
w ui Aiiegrem otner man the
amIb.I V. JI , nr.i
vt6iuM uiHiu. aon. tv 1111am mc
Enirv. ranraaantintr tha ailaimi.i
. - I p. .ail.g..n
Chocolate Cream company, res to
f.Mki .1.1. . .
vawviiuK tuim evening, ana on his
" w wiu aonouess issae
by eircalt Clerk Gamble.
L. Giesenha? en died at hia nntna
1407 Thirtv-firat atraat. at ko
last eveninsr. aa-ad 7 vaara and 11
montta. He had long been a sufferer
Iuh O. m m -
iium Btomaon ano inng troablea.
He leaves a wife and five children,
one daughter and fonr anna fun.
eral services will be kid at tha
dence at 2 o'clock Sunday afUrnoon.
uMiinn, .-aBja-oia aengnter 01
Mr. and Mra. Harm an Kiadal 1417
Forty-second street, died at 12:30
this moraine The fnnaral will Ha
held from tha afflicted home at 2 p.
BaavarTlaiB n a at lost
MV danvhtar. afta U
-o - rvtmm nnmi
by four doctors, and being eiven up
for Laat. a a.lkk. 2.. ji.!.
Foley'a Kidney Cure. Today she is
able to walk .Ml .
faHraa. I faal m,imiA k. i .
her If it waa not for your medicine.
Respectfully. Mae. J. M- Baxur.
Belief That the Burlington and
Terminal Companies Have
WILL USE THE BAILS J0HTLT. 1
The Maeh Ulaaaaaad Ftiat Avaana aaMeh I
Orrtaaail lp br tha Slr.-M aad Allay
OoaaaitUar, and the C , U. Q. Is
ae Hottflad Favtac Ia appraaehlag
Rumor has it that the onaatinn nf
track privileges east of Twentieth
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.nftu. um auuateu aa a resuil oi
the conference between the Burling
ton and Terminal oomnanv officials
in Chicago yetterday. by the joint
use ui tracaa oy tne two corporations
between Twentieth atraat and the
viaduct at least, and that the street
will thereby be left open until the
urungton gets in readiness to baud
its new depot. The nreeent nrac-
pects favor each aa agreement.
although the entire situation may
chanee at-anv time. It ia certain.
however, that a plan ofthiakind
would remove many of the complica
tions that have rrown ont of tha
franchises sought in the name of the
Davenport & Rock Island Bridge and
Terminal and Rook Island A Eastern
Bwttah Blast Coats Up.
Last evening the street and allar
committee of the city council con
sidered the question of the Barling.
Hia Bwucn en me norm aide oi First
avenue, near Sixteenth street, which
has occasioned considerable discus,
sion, owing to the nature of the pro
ceedings concerning it, and decided
that the track mast oome np. The
petition of the owners of 420 feet of
property out of the 460 fronting on
First avenue, between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth, remonstrating against
the continuance of theswitch. was
discussed, and was decided by unan
imous vote that the track should be
removed, and Aid. Wheelan waa in
structed to so admonish the com
pany this morning. Aid. Wheelan
accordingly called on Division Agent
Maok this morning, and gave notice
to him of the committee's action in
the premises, and the company is
now awaiting advices from Superin
tendent of Illinois Lines Rioe. The
Contractors on tha First avenna nu.
ing commenced- at Sixteenth street
this morning, but they can get around
the space oooupied by the switch for
a snort time, nenoinir word from Mr
DIVORCE FOR MRS. CRAY.
Ktlaaasd Frjtn the Bo da ef Bar Basbaad
b Jmegm Bfgalew.
The matrimonial Jlrnnhloa nf Mr
and' Mrs. Michael Henry Cray have
been ended in the circuit court at
Crav a vear aco wnddad Mra Mar
J. Maihern, of this city, who recent-
17 uncovered ides ne baa another
mmmZtm. It I 1 Wa M
""""""g n reona. way was in
dieted ior bigamy. His case came
ior trial before Judge Bigelow, who
disposed of the matter i nnii nrna.
sing the indictment and thereby lib-
M..I.M -IL. JI., M . mmmm
K ana aeienuant. xnen tne
court granted a divorce to Mrs. Cray.
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iiuw uuin are iree.
1 Bf ttrr Tana Kloatftk. Oaia
Is health and strength gained by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great
uwuu punner. it iortmes the whole
system and fives such atrenirth that
nervous troubles cease, and work
wnicn seemed wearing and labor
ions, becomes easy and is cheerfully
performed. It haa dona this to
others, it will for you.
Hood'a Bills in tha K.. .!'
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cathartic and liver tonic. Gentle,
roue me, euro.
TrQrato-UI Tn Bnahvoi .
Ask VOUr KTOCer tndav tn ahnw mnm
. r ,- y--
ui uram-u, tne new food
drink that takes tha nian f
The children may drink it without
"J"J weu mm tne aamc All who
trv it. like it. Graln.n haa 41.. .:v.
m - mmmtf ... 11VU
seal brown of mocha or Java, but it
is made from pare grains, and the
most . delecate Btomsnh
without distress. One-quarter the
VAAWVB Ul IHJUHB. ID Wnll BVlfl VJa Anal m
per package. Sold by all groeera.
Would be welcome 11
yon brought it to Inspect
oar stock of SHOES. Ike
shoes we carry will bear
inspection of the moat criti
cal, inasmneh aa we never
carry anything bat what we
consider the best. Oar
price are pleasing. .
Never Have We Shorn So Lcrco
a Line of
1 ft n rN 0
It will pay you to see this as
sortment before placing your or
A.J. Smith Son.
123. 128 West Third Street
You have doubtless read the many so
called captivating advertisements of the
many clothiers in our midst. Each one
seemingly offers the best overcoat for
least amount of money. You are in
need of an overcoat, but you are per
plexed where to make your purchase. We
realize your situation perfectly, and if
you will allow us to guide you, we will
make you this tempting offer:
A winter Overcoat of all wool
Kersey cloth, In blaoka and
bines, Italian lining, eUkveU
vet collar, heavy aleeve linings.
Our broad invitation is COME IN
AND SEE THEM.
1804 Second Avenue.
Buy Your Boy
A Pair of Shoes.
We have just received a new line of Boys'
Shoes that beats anything ever before
brought to this city. Good, solid and service
able they are made to fit and they will out-
wear anything you ever tried before. Bring
your boy in and get him a pair of stylish,
CKHTBAL SB01 ITOBI, .... 171J glCOSD AVX1UK.
Like everything to pay
washed clothes. It's yor
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. .
With You, Sir!
laundry bills for poorly
own fault if you encourage
falla. For aale by T. B. Thoaua.
ot Baie oy x. a. Thomas.
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