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THE ABOUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1300.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
"ETC AGO. BOCK ISLAND
- Pvslile Railway Ticket
eanbe purcnasna or bag?e
checHed atK-l.A P.TwentlctB
street depot, or C., IS. I. & I.
ficjHjt. corner Fifth avenue and
Thlrty-urat street. Frank If Plumrcer, Agent
tiecver Limited AOmaha ..;t 3.iu ami 3.00 aid
Ft. WoTii. Denver it K.C. uiitl0:3 pne
Minneapolis - ami 6:00 pro
Oman and lies Molne t S0O amtil:lo pis
tOmahit , MlnrAanolU tl2:i ami Z0 am
Pa-aba &I.n;n Hr . . . . . . TJb am Ul 1:11 pin
t Denver. Lfneoin & Omba.ill:f pro t C: am
eaer, Lincoln & Omaha..! 4 aio t ?:0 n
TV- Molm-i Fmress illMO m t B:ftS am
Rook Wand Bureau Ac . . ;f 4:S0 praj 6-JO pm
Denver, Ft. Worth K C. am I0:lo pm
IKaosaaCtty.St.Toe&Dnvr 11:10 pmlt 6:30 am
Ixock Jilaod & Wabiwrton;-ll:.v prr.;t 3:V) pin
C'blcapo it 1 "'B Mosnea. . .t !:15 pm
Rock Uul At Brooklyn Ac :.V pm
t 3:ft pm
t 7:40 am
IDuiubaa Ilork Kand 6:4a pm
CHeif. & Davecpwt. i
It 7 nopm
A nival. l!eptvrtore. .Daily, except Sob
.Daily except Saturday. All others dalij. Tel
Ittrmvoto?i norTK o..
-B. & Q. RAU.WAV-Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
m. i. yorwi.
; KA I Wi.
Bt Jj. riprirfriieid. Fcorl.! I
riuf. QLln. hh Monmouth. 6:5 am 7:15 pm
Cblustio. 8tetl'iiE.Cl'cu.'n&! I
Uubuave i 7;s E t :0 pro
Peoria. Mo&rdstovn. ir I
Norton. l:nver and west t 2:10 pm
t .'J am
8: lb am
t 8:40 am
ft. Paul A Mlnnenpull 7:60 pm
Fterlinc:ilulon ADubuque 7:oO pm
BI I. . Kari ;.. Deliver ft
rc. no-jut via Qaicbbori; 7:16 pnj
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
aod A Northwestern rail
way --Too Trl-CTUv Koute."!
Pmvi'riicr station at Rock
Island Ac Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
rv, Ci. P. A.. Da vt a port,
low v City ticket office, 1
Secnd Avenue. Geo. W.
Clinton. FrrMinr. Ctilostro.
l.-llnton. f'hleaeo, Orcaba.
T'Ttrr. Ttooltford. Janes
vtl'f. Madison (leuve Dav
enport, Clinton. I 'hli;ct'. DlX'in.
Htcrllni? (ar. Davenport)
Cil'iu.n, iiM tha, Sioux t -lty,
I 'tab and Pw'ltt: Const
Cilnton. tjU-ilirt. Ltlxon.
Cbcsro. Cedar RajMdf.
Clinton. t;hl;o. Jains
i!lc. M ullv.ii. I.CHford.
Clinton, IH'imr, Om;i'j.
.'fd.r KaHU i
n0 ami 7:00 pm
3 2t pm
II 10 t-m
. 15 pm
TrVni tflJir'-tcd diiiy. All others dally ex
I 'HI'AD, Mir.WAl7Kn:F,A
vbT. PAT; I. rjillnrav K-
Ur.lUfii ..(d pf.i Tw.-ntl-.-rh street,
j 1 b-t ccn F'rvt :vnd S-nond
J rtutcc, Atinnl.
I irV I AHKIVM.
-l T 3n:ril lTJ rn
. I I ("I HI. I r. ixt pro
. i pr 10.30 am
Fl lv 1 1 V .i r.
Kr"'v(it n.' if-mi) . .
Ail rrj.au dally except .Sunduy.
pr'TH is I
-Dopot 1'lrst avv
nif ..id Twentieth s'rret. M
fiairVv A. I attprsou. Ucnera J'aafrf'n-
x t - per Arnt. r isscofvr trains
. . . . r, 1 1 .. . . . .t . . t . A .li
imctitea earlier than tliue
given. E. I lloff. AkcdU
tprVi'eld. U'aclnuAti. l'oo j
rl. "t". . . I
IVorla. r prlrpMrld. St Ij
1. etfl ;
rrorliv FprPM .... '
Feorlt, Sfrlngflold. Clncln
ri Aoeomtn'vlatlo'i 1
Cahlo A S!iTrn1 e-om .
'anl Ai Shirrard Accom..
Hnblr? Sht-rrarrt A ruiio .
6 33 pm
11 16 am
8 0 am
3.80 ptrr 7.t am
dally; aU uilmr trains dally
dearie fc MarsbaU. Attcrntja
p!.ite of Illluon. 1 . .
P"rk lslnnd County I "
In tb Circuit Court In Chancery. Partition.
iiiilf Cbeschro. R R Chrsebro. Charles But
ollSe. Carrie Sutcllfr. Kredrrlrk Rutrl'.fre.
IMtoilir N'ltciltf; and ficore nutclflo. vs
Mary K Vun Atnl'l. Jaiu!s W Vn Ar
rtel. Jlve SuclitJ. SaJic Holdorf Had
N'ol'.i'i' n hfrebv (Wen that bv virtue of a
nVr-.c of fcalil Court, en'ered In tbr above ea
titled chu. o tb Tblnecnth dav of uo
iolr. A. I. 1SP(VJC ifl.all. n Sa-unlay. he
S 1 nt rntb dav of ' Novenibcr. A. IX)
t tlt- dour of two o'clock In the afternoon, at
the i'imm-l H.miso, In. the City of Rook Island. In
.(Hi oo-jnty of Hoek Island, asdlrei'ted bv said
d:ciee.sellat public auction to tuehlsheat and
t'-.t bidder f-r cu'h only, that certain parcel
of lfin,l st;na In b" 'nntv rf Kr-1: Island
and .ilaie of llunol-, known and described as
Lot l-'i'teen ilM fn nick Tbrer In Hsiley
"nipt ;"rf. Fourth Addition to tb City of
Pi!d at Kock Island. Illinois, tbls Fifteenth
d97 vt njiobtr. A I'.. r0.
Kl.TIN K. FnfC!THB.
M-tfT In Chacoerr. Kock 11 d County, III.
r.liSW i Ml:nU..
Fstate of Accetf H. Guyer, deceased.
Th uc4er!a-ned havlne been appointed
eiecutcr of the last tv!U and testament of
.Aefetie H. Ouver. late of t,e county of Kock
Uland. state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice ttat be will arrear before tbe fjunty
court cf Rock I&land county, at tie eour.ty
ooutt room. In the city of Rock Is
iMjd. at the Oecrmbrr term. otbe Urst Mon
day In December acu at which time U per
.OTiji bartrj claims !falnst ald estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
por of baring the same adjnied.
AH persons Indebted to said cttate are re
m-.rvtcd to make In-mediate payment to the
L'ated this 1st day of brptember. A. D.191P.
tnwiKD H. Uctxb. Executor.
Best 'Dining Car Service.
" Chsrle? lileur. Sole Lease).
Friday, Oct. 19.
"A MODERN WOODMAN
i.tirr-r wit.TFif M irr.T.T-;
L1TTLK KAY ELLIS
AMI So LOCAL PEOPLE;
Adm'sion. Parquet. Dress Circle and
aal cony 5c. Galtery 36c.
" Charles Ble-jcr, bole Leasee a ad Mgt
ONE NlLillT ONLY
Sunday, Oct. 21.
The Big Comedy Boom THE
NEW RAILROAD JACK
Wlih Special Scenery and
new Mscaanical Kf?ect3
ALL SEW FEATPRES.
1 BIG SPECIALTIES
fi-r- TBE FUNNY TRAMP,
' OLD MAID.
The FlUot of the Midnight Express.
Priced C5. 35 and 51 cents. Sea's on sale at
Bleuer's Jewelry Store. Phone I'J3.
Friday, Oct. 19.
ENriAORMEXT OK MK. WALKER
Assisted by Miss Lcll Wolstan and a
select onrjpaov of player, prescnttnit
a ppcetidl cenlc production of the ro
mantic comedy drama sucuesa.
"Heart Lncl Sword"
Prices 25c. &"c. Too and l. Seats on
sale I'tC5day mornini; at Fluke's.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
" Direction. Ciiamberlin, Kindt & Co.
'Sunday, Oct. 21.
DAVID ITKJfilNS ASP GEORGIA W A LP RON
(Authors of "At Plncy Ridge.)
COURTING AT GREENS "
A story of the Adirondack". D'-antiful
scenic aud clcctilcal cJ:cts. Twenty
. Prices 75c, f0c and 'J,Sc. Sale of scats
at I'luke n.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
I?nd'.'r tbe direction of
CHAMKKBI I.V. JklNlT &, Co.
Monday, Oct. 22.
The Most Phenomenal Artl.tical Musical
Comedy Tiluaiph Kn Jljute,
Hsrrv Davejiport. Knox Wilsen. Will
K Peter'. A. ,1 l.)mn, Tom Klcket-.
Wllilam n. NuCk. J Murray. Eulth
Ytirrinpton. Laura Joyce Bell, I.illl-o
Colcmnn. .iosnblue Newoiao, Nellie
I ew. Ol le Sullivan. Ulrls. mtit-lc, fun
Pricet.fl 60. rl. -7.se. 5"c and e. Seat
sal at 11 ike s t rday.
And ability ua
ousbly the li e
tity ct nam
color mnti pur
Paint & Color Co.
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
nfakes rruaranteed oil colors well
known to the trade and to the
practical painter, as well as niany
thousand users, a3 absolutely relia
ble cood. They make thrir own
linsed oil and know it to be the
best in the world.
FOR SALE BY
DMlat In Hirtrwara.Stov9s.Tlninr9.6l4. ,
Meurd City Paint and Gregg Varnish.
Mound City Paints e btcluiy guarantaatf.
rill Your Coat Bin
Now before tbe cold weather acts hi,
acd price advance. We can furnish
yon the ben gTSdes of HART) AND
POFT COAL Indiana Biocli. Pocbon
ta and Hird Wood. Phone 119.''.
IS, B. McKOWN.
rbone 1138. Fifteenth street and
DON'T Be FOOLED!
Take the eoatae, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made erjy by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madisoa, W la, ;
keeps yoa. wU. Oor ri
marie cut en each packs?-.
Price. 35 cent. " Xmvtr CO.
la balk. AccepS o -il.,"--.
taU. Ask rxr draff? v
ANOTHER DESCENT IS MADE
Continued from First page.
panics were posted. .Tn'pnVtfS.'now, Tme
Reading comppnj- was the first to post
a nonce or ari advance In wagres, and
was onickly followed by other large
coal confpanles and nearly all the
smaller individnal operators, after
which Mitchell issued the call for the
. Up to last nipht four, companies
the Hazleton rprion had posted notices
neceptlns the Jjcranton conventioa de
mands. They are the Lehijrh Valley
Coal company, operating a half rozen
collieries in th s vicinity: Fardee &
Co.. two collieries: Vanwycle estate,
two collieries, and A. Tardee & Co.,
A meeting of union mine workers
was held here yesterday and arrange
ments were made for holding a labor
demonstration in this city .nest Mon
day. The feature of the demonstra
tion will be a parade followed by a
mass meeting at which President
Mitchell will be the principal speaker.
The mayor of this city who refused
to allow the strikers to parade two
weeks ago has granted permission for
the 'lemonstration next week.
HEAVY P0STOFFICE ROBBERY.
Five Pouches and 90.000 Stolen from
New York fetation.
New York. Oct. 19. The World says
"Forty thousand dollars Is believed to
be a conservative estimate of the
amount of money, postottice orders,
checks and stamps stolen from post
offlee station H, in the Jrand Central
palace. Monday night, or on its way to
the general postoffice. Officials tried
hard to keep secret not only the fact
that the robbery had occurred, but the
amount of money stolen. They even
went 50 far as to keep the matter from
the New York police aud the secret
"The World learned yesterday that
mnny of the largest business Louses
and banks in Manhattan above Forty
second street had registered mail in
station II on the night of the robbery.
None of them was able to find out
whether tie had sustained losses. They
will not know until they hav com
municated with their correspondents.
Five mail pouches In all were stolen.
Information has reached the postotlice
authorities which convinces them that
some one thoroughly familiar witji the
workings of the sub-station and pos
sessing a key which opened the regis
tered lock had committed the theft."
WAS A GREAT TRUST.
rtf-oi vrrhlp In Which the Claims Al
lowed Foot Up $86,337,510,
Minneapolis, Minn,, Oct. 10. How
3rd Abbott, special master in chan
cery to the Union Pacific receivership,
h.is paid out the last dividend to the
unsecured creditors and practically
clcsed up the receivership. The last
dividend amounted to $1,000,000. The
total claims approved and allowed foot
ed up to $M .IKJtf.o in, and the amount
paid from other sources was $2, US,-
iL'O. Another dlrldtJnd amounting to
an even 0 per cent., or $t!,HKi.0.S5, was
paid about a year ago.
Considering t lie amount involved, the
numerous legal complications, and tin
extent of the Interests, the receivership
was tho largest ever known. The
claims disallowed amounted to ove,-
$10,000,000, The total of claims filed,
not Including mortgages having a prior
lien, was SOS.OOO.OOO. The balance due
on the claims after the payment of
all dividends, wall be $51.oa,,U5.
Decapitated by a Locomotive.
Louisville. Ky.. Oct. 19. In an ef
fort to escape being killed by a train
on a trestle of the Iouisville. Ilarrods
Creek and Prospect railroad, Walter
C Townsend, aged 05. attempted to
let himself down between the ties. His
shoulders became wedged between the
two ties, and utterly belpless he saw
the locomotive aprpoach. which in a
few moments iecapitateu niui, nis
body dropping to the ground dead.
Nest Miner' National Convention.
Indiauapolis. Oct. 1.). After tlie an
nouncement of the practical settle
ment of the anthracite strike Secre
tary-Treasurer Wilson, of the United
Mine Workers, marie the first public
announcement of the date, of the next
convention of the organization, which
will begin in Indi:inaiolis. Jan.- 21,
1001. He has sent out a call to the
locals over the country, giving notice
that nominations for officers should
reach his office not later than Nov. 21,
' Taylor Iia the Toutsey Trial.
Wabash. Ind.. Oct. 10. William S.
Taylor, of Kentucky, Wednesday ex
pressed his willingness to return to
Kentucky, tomorrow and . subnjit. his
PITY AND BEAUTY
The most beautiful thing,
m the world, is the babv.
all dimples and joy. The
most pitiful thing is that same
baby, thin and in pain.
The dimples and joy have
gone, and left hollows and fear.
It is fat that is gone ; gone
with it, comfort and color and
curve : all but pity and love.
The little one gefs no fat
'rom her food: has had none
for weeks: she is livinr on
what she had stored in that
plump little body of hers.
She is starving for fat ; it is
death; be quick!
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is the fat she can take. It
will save her.
We:itadyca alsle to trv if voalil.
SCOTT &BOWNE, 409 Jrearl street, yevy'.Vri.
cas? Co ajury cnriilxised cf slx'Itepub
llcans and six teniocrats," with a Ile
publican judge, and said there would
be no doubt of iiis acquittal- lie de
nounces as" infamous the trial of Henry
L. Youfsey under the latter's present
condition, tnd says he believes him in
sane, as thre is insanity in his faru-ilx-
BROOKLYN WINS THE CUP."""'
And Clinches Her Claim on the Base Ball
Pittsburg, Oct. 10. Brooklyn is
champion cf the world "base-balllc-all,"
thy owner of the beautiful $500
Chronicle-Telegraph trophy cup. and
carries away one-half the gate receipts
of the four games necessary to decide
her supremacy over Pittsburg. The
champions demonstrated throughout
the series that they were deserving of
the League pennant by playing bet
ter ball in every way than their op
ponents, who finished second in the
race. The final game gave the follow
ing score: Brookyn 0. Pittsburg 1.
The Brooklyn team went out of
training immediately after the game
yesterday and at night indulged in a
Jubilee dinner. The team by unani
mou sconsent decided to turn over to
Fitcher McGinnity the handsome
trophy cup. to lie his personal property
forever, thus acknowledging his large
interest n the victory. The Brooklyn
management gave McGinnity $100 ex
tra for his good work.
MIGHTY HARD BOY TO KILL.
Falls from a Train That Is Going s Mile a
Washington. Ia.. Oct. 19. Johnny"
Barrett, a 17-year-old boy, was thrown
from a fast moving express train, go
ing at a rate of a mile a minute,
twelve miles east of here. He was
with his mother, bound from Morris,
Ills., to Kingfisher, O. T. The mother
had dropiel asleep, when the lad
went to the coach ahead to get a drink
and was thrown off. He was not
missed until the train reached here,
when his mother became frantic.
Search was made In the fourteen
coaches of the train in vain.
Officials of the Chicago, Kock Island
and Pacific road took r the search
on another 5&ain bound east. Two
men stood on the locomotive pilot and
found the boy standing in the middlo
of the track, at the point where he
was thrown oft. crying. He was not
injured, and railway men think his
escae from death a miracle. He was
taken to his mother and both continued
their journey to Oklahoma.
Missing nead and Arms Prove the Murder
' of George K. Bailey.
Lynn, Mass., Oct. 10. The entire
body of George B. Bailey, of North
Saugus, who was murdered about Oct.
8, is now in the possession of the Lynn
police, and has been iositively identi
fied. The missing head and arms wre
found 'by the police in dragging Glen
mere. "Floating Bridge Pond," yester-f
These remains were taken to a local
undertaker's rooms, and there identi
fied by people who knew Bailey well.
John C Best, who is held on suspicion
of having committed the murder, was
confronted with the head, but all ho
would say was that bethought It might
be Badey s.
Murder for lOO Cents.
Butte, Mont., Oct. 19. Henry Will-
lams, a carpet cleaner in the Butte ho
tel, and . olker, a fellow work.
man. quarreled over the possession of
a dollar and Williams assaulted Volker
with a big knife., cutting him sixteen
times. Volker will probably diet The
affray occurred in th ehotel and caused
a stampede among the guests. It Is as
serted that Williams, who is but 20
j-ears old, killed a man near St. Louis
four years ago, for which crime h was
sent to the reform school. He escaped
from that institution two years ago and
came to Montana.
Railway Station Ho run.
Kioiix Falls. S. I).. Oct. 10. The Illi
nois Central station at Booge. east of
here, burned, involving a loss of $2.-
000. The lire was caused by a defec
tive flue. The arrival here of the regu
lar Chicago passenger train was de
layed hy tue fire Daaiy warping tne
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
The acid-thrower Is loose again at
Chicago, and has ruined several ladies"
The correct 'figures of the Chicago
registration are 401.717..
Mss Gast is pedaling away on a Long
Island bicycle course trying to make
3,000 miles before she collapses.
.1 negro was 13 ucueu 111 rveiiiiu-aj
Wednesday night because he was sus
pected of intending to commit rape,
having tried to oreak nto a Mouse.
Forfessor Charles C. Everett, dean
of the Harvard Divinity school, is dead
at Cambridge. Mass.. 3ged 1.
John Scott, a Chicago-railway cross
ing flagman, was killed at bis post by a
Governor Nash, of Ohio, has issued a
requisition on the governor of New
York for Harry H. Stewart, wanted in
Cleveland for the murder of his 3-
Walton H. Holmes, of Kansas City,
has been elected president of the Amer
ican Strevt Railway association.
Murderer Ferrell's confession that he
killed Kxpress Messenger Lane has
fcean permitted to go to the jury.
W. Lr Thomas, founder of the Lon
don Grapliic asd Tie Daily Graoliii
is dead in London, gd 70.
IN UPPER END OF COUNTY
A swindler with a half a dozen
watches has been travelings the up
per end of the county the past week and
arrived at John Mose s, at Port Bjron,
Wednesday. He wanted John Mose,
Jr.. to take the agency , for the Key
nolds Watch company. The stranger
then offered six elegant watches for
f27. and when Mr. Mose accused him
of being a swindler be reduced the
price f 22, and a bargain was made.
The fellow then produced an agent's
certificate and ruled, it out, which
read something like this: "John Mose,
Jr., agrees to take six one-half dozen
watches at $27." Thevoung man re
fused to sign the document but- his
father put hijs name on it. It was
also written that there was to be a
discount of $22.' It will be seen that
the contracts call for six and one-half
dozen watches instead of six (one-
half dozen.) The amount of the or
der would be about $2,000.
After John Mose, Sr., had signed
the document his son took it and re
fused to let the sharper have it. The
paper was brought to Simonson &
Schafer'a bank and left.
Thursday morning another stranger
went to the Mose farm, but when he
found that tho contract had been
brought to town he left hurriedly and
came to town. He met his pal at
Port Byron and they startod on foot
-Jacob Fromm't Will.
Tho will of the late Jacob Fromm.
of Molino, probated in the county
court yesterday, provides that the
widow, Carolina A. Ironim, shall en
joy, the returns from the properly
during her uto. After her death it is
ordered that tbe realty be divided be
tween the Molioe city hospital and
the C.-G. Tnrnverein. money be
quests to be as follows: To his sis
ter, Katberine h. Hoffman, Pittsburg,
Mass.. $1,600; brother, Friederich,
llardinville, if. Y., $1,500; sister,
Mary Fromm Seibert, Worcester,
Mass., $2,500; sister, Rosina Fromm
Gross, Wurtemburg. Germany, $1,-
oLO; to his wife s sister, Iredcncka
Wagner. Rook Island, $1,000; a brother.
Joseph Eppinger, Wurtembsirg, $500;
a sister, targaretba Zunkel, Pilot
Mound, la., $1,000; a sister, Cather
ine Steele. Henry county, $1,000; f
brother. Frederich Eppinger, Wurtem
burg, $1,500; a niece, Christiana
Arudt. Henry county, $500; childreu
of Cliarjotta Haas, Wurtem t-urg,
$ l,UUU;.cuilureu orhva Lppinger, de
ceastd sister, Wurtemburg, $500.
Should Mrs. Fromm remarry tbo
above bequests are to bo paid immed
lately. Mrs. Fromm is named as
executrix, and J. B Oakleaf and Rob
ert Wagner as executors. The will
was drawn Nov. 25, 1899.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Through, wide vestibule standard
coach between Rock Island and Chicago
via the I).. R. I. & IS. W. railroad and
theC. & N. W. railroad. Tho quickest
andbestline. For particulars inquire at
city ticket oflico, 180j becond avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
Tho D., It. I. & N. W. Ry. will sell
homeseckciH' excursion tickets to
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado,
Minnesota, the DakOtas, and other
points in northwest territory at one
fare plus $2. Tickets on sale tbe firt
and third luesday in each month.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket office.
1803 Second avenue, or passenger
station, foot of Iwcntietb street.
On Tuesday, Oct. 16, and on each
Tuesday thereafter, up to and in-
chiding Nov. 27, the II., K.I. & N. W.
railway will sell second class
"settlers' " tickets to Helena and
Butte at $25 one way, $$5 round trip.
To Portland, Seattle, Tacoma aad
Victoria, $30 one way, $50 for the
round trip. To Denver and Ogden
$25 ono way. Round trip tickets
good 30 days. Fer particulars in
quire at city ticket office, 1803 Second
avenue, or passenger station, foot of
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Cloak and Millinery Store in the Tri-Cities. New
Fall Tailor-Made Suits, Skirts, Waists, Pet
ticoats, Automobiles, Box Coats, Capes,
Jackets, Dressing Sacques, Furs.
We are showing a line of the abovn Ready-to-Wear Garments,
superior in every way to anything to be found in the tri-cities
outside of our store. The ever increasing demand for better
Rcady-to-Wear Garments has been fully met by us this sea
son. The demand is for better tittiug and better made goods.
Not for economy's sake do ladies buy ready-made gowns, as
was formerly the " case, bat because- of tho superiority of
styles, workmanship, linisb and quality. Whether a street
suit, a dress skirt or waist is wanted, it can bo bought more
stylish, as well as much cheaper, ready made. Of course,
this depends largely upon where you buy it. We claim that
we are today, with our increased room, naoro than ever be
fore at the very head and front of tbe Cloak, Suit and Mil
linery business in the tri-cities. It, therefore, will pay you
. to call and inspect this grand display of merchandise, as It
will also pay you to buy your new fall jacket and suit, skirt
or hat early. And, better still, it will surely pay you to buy
it from us.
The greatest tnilliuery shuwing In the tri-cities is here. Three
thousand square feet devoted exclusively to millinery. More
hats, more trimmings, riorc feathers, more novelties than
any woman would have the patience to look at. Every arti
cle shows care and taste in the selection and is marked at
prices that makes millinery buying hero a profitable pleasure.
We sell more Trimmed Hats thau any store in the tri cities,
BECAUSE wc show almost twice as many hats as other".
BECAUSE we use none but the best of materials, no matter
how low in price the hat is.
BECAUSE we employ none but the best milliners money can
procure, consequently every hat is right, in style as well
as in price. ' X
114-116 West Second Street,
4 LA 50
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RUSSIAN CHEMICAL COMPANY. CHICAGO,
For sat In Rock inland by W. H. Marshall, Druggist, Harper Heusa Pharmacy.
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
eauty Is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry; By modern methods and care
ful and skilled hclp their laundry work
b the best that b turned out In this vicin
ity. Their services is prompt and patrons
arc treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUERSFELD A SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 1298.
Vienna Ladies' Tailor.
JOHN PESH, Over 1812 Second Avenue.
Fine Ladies' Tailor made garments at fair Prices.
Also furrier expert. CalLand consult him.
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in sptlag suiting will b
. found now. on display at Gus Englin'a. Spring suit
$18, $20. $22 and $25 and upward. Call and eiamins
J0H M. FABZDOsT.
Shop 413 Eveat36ath E.
50 W 7
GUS ENGLIN ,
9 Ma4 Art
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