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THE AKGTTS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1900.
i irAStro- WASHIXO and IRONiXG
? w to do at home, at Ninth street.
1 tTANTKU-PLAIN' SEWIMJ OR WORK
to do at borne. CaU at 7lo First avenue
WANTF.D-W ASHING OB WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
UrAill FJJ A .1 I i ' '' " ' -
work a few hours each flat for board
llfAVTni-l'nsmoS BY YOL'NG MAN
V firir in htoe orciotbiD fctore. Is
experienced and reliable. Reference ifiven if
required. Call or addrcsf llttl Fourth avenue
FOR REN r HOUSES
T710R KENT-ETGHT ROOM IICfSE WITH
A iroud iarn :jtl outnon.1, corcer tort?
ibiid street ar.d Hfth aenue. Apply to J. C
MchlLerLc. Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
IVOJ: RKNT-fTRSISIIEW ROOMS WITH
X1 mxi--rn conveniences at 13l Second
lIOR RENT A FTrRNTSHEDROOMSnTA
V hie tor two persons. Cad at 1608 Second
avenue; second floor.
FUR RENT-HOUSE OK FIVE ROOMS.
1 135 seventeenth s:reet. with water and
-ewer. Apply to J. it. Beecher.
IAOR PKN'T -KCRXISHBO ROOMS TO
" tuan and wife or two gentlemen: beat,
r&s and bath. At 40v;i Twentieth street.
14Mll RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
. room. Heat, iras and bath, five minutes
u alii from postotnee. Address X. Y. Si., An-
1. 1 h otlice.
RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
- man aud wife, or two men. with or with
out board. Ileasant surroundings. Call at
'..704 Fifth avenue.
fiKR RENT A NICE1YY FURNISHED
J second floor room: outside entrance:
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
A pply at 01 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
17H3K SALE CHEAP. IF TAKEN AT
omre. a lot on the southeast corner of
Tenth avenue and Fifteenth street. L. 13, Alt
i. cm ortli-e.
jXR S A r.F MODERN KESfDENCE WITB
lot HOnSO. nine rooms, bath room anc
laundry, between Eleventh andTwelfth streetf
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldsons
JlOlt SA r.K-UARGAlN IF TAKEN SOON.
A XV room, well furnished botel dointr a
ood ti'iMnen in a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S
Hull A Co.
,10R SALR LOTS IN MCENIRY'S AD
d.tlon by E- J. Hums, room 12. Mitchell A
Lynde buUdlnir. These Iols are on Sixth ave
oue. between Twenty-eltrbth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
FOR SALE M ISCELLAN EOUS.
IjlOK HAI.E-A LABiE SIZE "FAMOI'S
-t oak heater anil IarM- cannon stove
cheap, at Mrs. RoessN-r's. imt Fifteenth street
Xioa SALE A IMIORSK POWER en-
-1. t'irn; ai.l horse power botier. In ro,w1
condition, cheap for cisb. Inquire of Kiuil
F.vers. Oricu. 111.
IfOR SALE COAL. IN ANY QUANITY
of bo bushels or over at ( tut) per ton, de
livered C. O. U. to any part or the elty.
Leave orders at Commercial house baroer
bop. Rock Island, or Knos James, Milan-
LOST AND FOUND.
I OST ON HALLOWEEN, TWO GATES,
J i from Twelfth .street and l.iKbteentn ave
nue Please inform "U. L.," Am.L's, as to
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OCR
Itoods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade. We are the largest and only manufac
turers in our line in the world. Liberal salary
paid. Address. Can-Dex M nufaeturinif com
pany. Savannah, Ga.
KAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2J: Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue.
If you have any rates, rubber, etc., to sell.
I nill come to your bouse and pay you from
Mi to 75 per hundred for rav'S. All calls will re
ceive prompt attention, li. F. KluKger.
I P.WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS. AND
l exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove reDa!rin and
cleaning done also. J. 1. Wiiliamon. IMA
becond avenue. Telephoue cumber Is.-f.
1 A DIBS. ATTENTION MISS IOLA RAL
i ston has loeultd at itil Kleventh avenue.
anl will be pleased to receive the patronage
of ldies Lsliinij tlrst-clas ladies' tailorlnir and
l rrss making done at very reasonable prices.
She has completed a tailonn course at
Siosey s college. Chicago, and guarantees her
work to be flrst-clats.
IF1 YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent acythlnir, enlace help or secure a
situation, the Mall is the one paper In Moltne
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-balf cent
per word la the price to ail alike, cash In ad
vance. l'-cent stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mall, taoline. 111.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L. Coyne,
1UW Seventeenth street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
sa?a loans by W. I! Eastman, 171 Sec
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makes collections bard ones a specialty.
TANTEI-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
ironds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
foh1 furniture, etc. Highest caso prices
raid for second band goods of all kinds also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictiy
mr-.tidential. 11 ts new number and location.
I&3 second avenue Don t forget It. J. W.
J ones. Two rmgs on 1347
-yT H. STRAUR. PROFESSOR OF DIA
vv duet:on. A U diseases successfully treat
ed without medicine or electricity. Diadno
ts.in cures while you leep. No c.ire no pay
AE::eied persons. p&rticulalv those pro
nounced incurable, are invited to call or r :c
1 er.ee. 117 S:iteenth street between First and
econd avenues. Hours. 13 to T2 a. m., 2 to 4
and J to t p. m. Sundays. 2 to 4 p. m.
LTftWS WONDKRFUL PALM READ
1 er, late. 7 arrived, informs the public of
ber woode-fui powers In readmf the history
of ones life, bv examiniir the palm of the
Land, telling the past, present and future. Ad-
v. ce given in t us es mat.ers and faon y
a" x:r. lost or stolen property: tei you the
im:iis of yo.ir future companion, whelhet
f jUc or true TeUs you what easiness you are
-uiaoied to Tells you all about absent friends,
whether Llng or dead Teilsyou what planet
you were born under. What part of the coun
try is luckiest for you. Hours. H a. tn. to 'J p.
vi , -A Fourth avenue. Rod' Island, IX
Acts gently on the
cuaN5ES the System
. l,UMW PERMANENTLY
fos tui t tit mtt& nu. so tta onu.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WTA.VTEi) K STRONG BOY OR YOUNG
v v man with experience in painting. Ap
ply attero p. m. to f ourth avenue.
tTTA NTED GOOD JIELI A BLE OIL SALES
"t mat, on commission or salary. AC dress
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
T A NTED T WO MEN COLLECTORS AND
noliclters for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. Sw Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween a ana t p. nx
VTTANTED SAW SMITH EKS ON BROAD
' v saws. lontr crosscuts and small circu
lars. Steady work and (rood wakres Address
immediately for particulars "C 11" ARGl'i
IUANTEI)- MARRIED MAN OF GOOD
t appearance and resident of city pre
ferred. Permanent employment to rit-ht
party. Call from K to 9 a m.. 5 to 6 p. m. Room
-. No !kil Twentieth street.
ITTANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TOSELL
v our incandescent easoline lamps. Each
Burner produces luAcandle power light: all
stores want them: good icduoement to relia
ble salesmen. Tb Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Manstleld, Ohio.
UfAN'TFD-SI FITTERS: 10 DRILLERS. IN
v nttmjr dep:rtmeot of our piow worHs.
Good wa;es to lirst-clsss worsmen. If con
venient to call at the factory, do so: if not.
aUtfresi us. suiting exp-rienc-. and with
num. and prompt answer wiil be given.
Kingman Plow company, Peoria, 11L
t XT A NTED--OLD ESTABLISHED MER
v v cantile bouse, extending busines in this
section, wants to arranire with capable man of
correct habits to manas-e branch. Salary
fi.fn tearly. Extra commissions. Must fur
nish fson and satisfactory references. Oppjr
tucity. drawer 71, New Haven. Conn.
UTANTED MAN WITH GOOD REFER
ences to tna:ia?e business of ild estab
lished house: salary jis per week scd expenses
pat able each week direct from headquarters;
expense money advanced: position perma
nent. Enclose self-aiiilrt sed stamped envel
ope. Standard house, 303 Caxton bullillcg,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
f tT ANT EP A DINING ROOM GIRL AND
II chambermaid at the Commercial house.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at t47 Twenty-lirst
UANTEIV-A RELIABLE GIRL FOR GEN
era! housework: good references re"
quired. 1131 Second avenue.
ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at .:6 t ourth avenue.
ITA NTED A SfRRFY HORSE. TO
fV weli-h about l.Ji Must be city broke.
Address "J 15" The argus.
I TA NTED MEN AND WOMEN. STEADY
v work at home Salav j-JO ner month.
Call at l:-- Four h arenue. from 9 to t and 6 to
S D. Koapp iCo.
ITTANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
H en or eight roomsbetween Seventeenth
and Twenty-ii'th streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Auuis.
rTTANTED BY YOUNG COUPLE, TWO
or tnrce unfurn.shrd rooms for llcht
housekeeping, or small modern fiat. Must be
centrally located. Address "W," eare A Koca.
7ANTED EVERYBODY CALL THAT
v uses a straw, chin or leghorn hat.
Cleaned and bleached while you wait. 10 cents
each. -'15 Fifteenth street, oppoute court,
house, Kock Island.
WANTED YOUNG WOMEN TO SEND 25
cents to the American School of Tech
nique. Scranton. Pa , for valuable instructions
in trained nursing, an hoiorabl- and lucrative
professioa not overcrowded. Write now.
WANTED IX) VERS OF ART TO LEARN
to naint vour own pictures New meth
od of paict:ng and enlarging life like portraits
ny snaoowgrapn. Taugntjhor H StuiT.o 215
t-.fteenth street, onoosivefourt house. Rock
tVASTED-Ky A GENTLEMAN RESID
tv ing out of the citv. in good ciraumsttn-
ces. sred to form the acquaintance of a
Utfy. view to matrimony. Best of references
given, rvo fjje. Address F. T. G.. General
Deiivey. Davenport. Iowa.
la all Its et2s tLere
ulioulJ be cleaa:iite.
Ely's Cream Bala
r :eacea, yor.tbe? 1 h cals
lLe diseaacvi r.c-o:-t.e.
1 1 c:trcs ca srrh ar-1 drives
rey a co. ia :Lc Lead
Cream Calm is p'.accd !to the nostrJe, spreads
over tbs membrane an J is absorbed. EeUcf is isa-
xuedlate and a cure follows. It la cot dryinj does
not produce sneexirs. Large Se, ra cecu at Drcj
Sts or by nut! ; Trial Sue, li) cents by maS.
LX BitUTHKRS, M Warren birtwt. New York.
STGOVERN THE INVINCIBLE.
the Trick for Bernstein in
Rounds and Wins $,500.
Louisville. Nov. 3. Terry McGoTern,
the marvel of the prize ring, defeated
Joe Bernstein, of New York, in the
seventh round before the Nonpareil
Athletic club and 5,X0 people last
nisrhL The featherweight champion
ship was involved and the battle was
scheduled for twenty-five rounds ac
cording to the eastern interpretation
of straight Marquis of Queensberry
rules. The inducement was a purse
of $3.00, of which the victor received
$2,.Vj. George Siler was. referee.
The conqueror of Dixon, Erne and
nil the other little stars of the fistic
firmament had a cautious foe with a
punch in either hand, but McJovern.
credited with the ability to deliver a
blow harder than the average profes
sional heavyweight, blocked, Tushed
and bewildered his antasonfc-t with
blows from all direction and seeming
ly at the same instant- Ticking the
winner was never a cousideratiou. I he
question was: "How long will Bern
stein last?'' That was the betting
. WHOLESALE EXPULSION.
Students to the Number of 113 Sent Away
from Culver Academy.
Chicago, Nov. Sixty students
who have been expelled from Culver
Military academy, located on the shore
of Lake Maxinkuckee. Indiana, parsed
through Chicago last night on their
way to their homes In the western and
northwestern states. Two students
were arrested Thursday for infraction
of the rules of the institution on
Halloween, and after .1 court niartia
were discharged in disgrace.
Then 11.. of their fellow-students
participated in a sympathetic demon
stration in their favor as they were de
parting for their homes Thursday
nichr. lesterday the entire lis stu
dents were summarily dismissed from
the academy, after tolecraplne corre
spondence between Colonel A. F.
Fleet, commandant of the school, and
the trustees at St. Louis.
Bad Impression on the Tope.
Paris. Xov. The Courrier dn
Soir, which is often inspired. announces
tliat M. AYaldeck-Uousseau's- speech at
Toulouse last Sunday. In the course of
which h palluded to measures contem
plated bv the government against re
liglous congregations, has made a bad
impression nt the Vatican, and the
pope has instructed the papal nuncio
in Paris to modify ills conciliatory at
titude toward the French govern
Roman Catholic Roys College.
Lebanon. Ills.. Nov. .1. Bishop J. J.
Janssen. of the Belleville Itoman Cath
olic diocese, has purchased Jlen-Ad
die. a magnificent country mansion ten
miles southwest of here, and will es
tablish there a" new Bonian Catholic
-ollege for boys, which, ho says, -lie
will make the 'best of its kind in the
News of Strong'S Death at Canton
Canton. O., Nov. 3. Xews of the
death of ex-Mayor Strong, of New
York, was received with feelings of
great sorrow at the McKinley home.
The deceased was esteemed as a per
sonal friend of long standing. Imme
diately upon receipt of the news the
president sent a telegram of condol
ence to the bereaved family.
l our Miscreants Indicted.
New York. Nov. 3. The grand jury
of I'asslac county. New Jersey, yes
terday reported indictments for mur-
ler and rape against McAlister, Kerr.
CamplK'll and Peath. the men accused
of having caused the death Jennie
Bosschieter, of Faterson, ten days ago,
Sullivan Bests 3Iowa.lt.
Chicago. Nov. 3. Tommy Sullivan,
of Brooklyn, was given the decision
over Young Mowatt, of Chicago, at the
nd of six rounds last night. The tipht-
ng was very even all through, but Sul
livan had a clear lead on points.
Hits Our Oil Trust.
Berlin. Nov. 3. Uussiii and Prussia
have reached an agreement by which
Ilussian petroleum will obtain cheatx-r
freight against lower freight rates for
German iron upon Prussian railroads.
Goebel Assassination Suspect Balled.
Frankfort. Ky.. Nov. 3. (J. Golden,
held as one of the Goebel assassina-
ion suspects, was admitted to ball
u the sum of $3.0)0 yesterday.
Condition of Senator Davis.
St. Taul, Nov. 3. Senator C. K. Da
vis had another favorable day yester
day and last night was considerably
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
William T.. Strong, the last mayor of
he old city of New York, died sud
denly there yesterday, aged 03. He
was lorn in Ohio.
The will of Frank Williams, late of
Johnstown, Pa., makes a bequest of
$3(nKK to the Lehigh univorsity.i the
income to be loaned to worthy stu
George M. Pullman, sou of the late
Vcping car magnate, is said to be ill
-General Ian Hamilton's wife was
robbed of Jewels valued at $3,0U0 in a
Rev. B. W. Farris, Baptist pastor of
Boston, is accused by the church trus
tees of stealing from the collection
Three soldier convicts, sentenced for
desertion, escaped from the military
prison at Alcatras. Cal.
Faith Healer Dowie has left London
for a tour f the provinces.
Burglar broke through a double
wall and carried away thr sttn k of
Greenberg's shoe store at Chicago
The Qnincy. Mich., Portland cement
factory hin down recently for an in
definite time, throwing about men
out of cmploymenL Trouble has been
experienced with the clay used.
The factory at Holland, Mich., has
turned out its first beet sugar.
The Fourteenth United States In
fantry regiment has started from Chi
nese for Manila.
Lord Hoscbery's newlifeof Xapolean
liiis been issued at London.
The mesnorial service for Prince
Christian Victor in the Cbapel KoyaU
London, was attended by the entire
One 2ay when calling upon Gam bet-
ta I found him vastly amused over
visit which he had received a few
minutes previously from the late Gen
eral Meredith Bead, who for a number
of. years was United States envoy at
Tb-n general, who until that time
had been a perfect stranger to the
great French statesman, had entered
the latter's presence, carrying IrS his
hand a volume entitled "Men of the
Time," or some work of the kind. This
he opened, without saying a word, and
laid on Gambetta's desk before at
tempting to greet him or to explain the
purpose of his call.
Then, pointing to a column which
contained a very eulogistic biograph
ical notice of himself, he exclaimed.
Kindly read that.'. and when Gam
be tta, who read English with the ut
most facility, had, in compliance with
the request, cast his eye over the page
in question, General Read rose from
his chair, and with a bow to Gambetta
pointed to himself, exclaiming in tones
of pardonable pride, "C'est mol."
Then, and not until then, did he ex
tend his band to the great tribune,
ho, having meanwhile risen from his
chair, expressed his pleasure at inak
ing the acquaintance of so distinguish
ed an officer, who had rendered such
valuable services to the United States.
Gambetta informed me that In the
whole of his long experience of pulJic
life he had never known a man to intro
duce himself in so delightfully original
a manner. Critic.
"Ze Flsvcar Del'cat.''
At one of his famous little dinners
a prominent professional man of Wash
ington was greatly pkased with the
salad, ns were also his guests. Evl
dently it was partly meat and partly
vegetable, but the flavor was new, dis
tinct and undeterminable. This was so
faint that one guest declared '"It's not
a taste at all, only a smell."
At length some one suggested that
the chef be asked for the recipe, upon
which the host remarked:
'"My man greatly dislikes being asked
for recipes. On this occasion, however,
his vanity may overcome him if we
tell how greatly we have enjoyed the
dinner, and the salad in particular.
At any rate, we'll see."
The Frenchman soon appeared, and
was visibly affected, not to say elated,
by the compliments.
"Eet glf mo gret plalslr," he sard.
"to tell how I mak ze sal-lad. Eet ver
eeemple. I haf ze laitue 'range ready;
an I haf ze meat chop ver' fine an
dry; ze celerl I haf chop ver' fine; an I
haf ze parnme de terre, ze patate, an
stan a leetle an dry; zen I mix zem
up. Zen I mak' ze dressecng rnayon
naise; xnadame, she know, I haf all
ver col' ready as ze feesh ees serf.
Zen as ze sal-lad ces to serf, I taU' uue
tetc d'ail, pardonnez moi, one leetle
clpaf of ze garleek an necble him in ze
mouth, so, an breathe gentle, ver
gentle, on ze sal-lad. Zat gif eet ze
flavour delVtat." What to Eat.
The beginnings of a new primer have
been made by one of our exchanges,
The questions may be Indefinitely con
tinued by teacher and pupil.
"See the corn in the field. Can the
"No, the corn stalks."
"See the pretty cake. Does the cake
"Never. But you should see a cake
"I have a rope. Can the rope walk?"
"Yes, if it Is taut."
The hen Is in the garden. Does the
"No, the hen sets."
"The mercury la In the tube. Will
the mercury set?"
"No, my child. Wait until July and
The two old friends, as has been nar
rated before, rnet again after many
year6 of separation.
"By the way, Brown," said Jones, "do
yon remember that snubnosed cross
eyed little Tilbury girl with a face on
her that would derail an express train?
She used to live somewhere In your
neighborhood, I think."
Oh, yes, I remember her perfectly,"
Whatever became of her?"
"I am sorry to disappoint you,
Jones" here Is where the variation
comes In "but I have not the slightest
idea. I didn't marry her." London
Away Front Home.
It breaks parents to have their boys
leave home, but It Is the best thing that
can ever happen to them. A man gets
a training when away ftom home that
he needs in after life, and which he
can never receive at home. it is a
grandmotherly notion that a man
should be tucked in his bed at home
every nignt until tne day he marries
and goes to a home of his own; such
hothouse treatment puts him IajKXr
condition for the cold blasts he is
bound to encounter later In life. At
The Other Way.
A pale and disheveled Frenchman
who had not found "a life on the ocean
wave" all that could be expected, was
sinking into his steamer chair, when a
passenger askea cneerily: "An, gooa
morning, monsieur; have you break
fasted?" 'No. monsieur," answered the pallid
Frenchman. "I have not breakfasted;
on the contrary r
A part of the curious list of Lady Lit
tleton's wedding outfit 200 years ago Is
as follows: "A black paddysway gown
and coat, a pink unwatered pabby sute
of cloatts, a gold stuff sute of cloaths.
white worked with sncal sute of
. I f3ic; No. 2 northerrv. 7374c. Rya
flags are allowed la j Firmer; No. 1, 60351c. Barley Firm
, r; No. 2. 58c: bate pie. 40&57c Oats
jBteady; 2ip. S Vbitt, 2134c
BUT EIGHTEEN MISSING NOW.
Supposititious Death Roll at w Tork
Grows lally Shorter.
New York, Nov. 3. The police de
partment Las been investigating the
list of persons reported missing in
connection with the Tarrant tire for
the purpose of getting at a correct lis
of persons supiwsetl to have lost their
lives in the fire. The persons reported
were Investigated throuch the station
nearest the address given for them
and in niauy cases they werereported
as safe. In some cases the police could
not find tbe supposed missing person
at the address given. The list as re
vised now shows eighteen persons re
ported missing and not accounted for,
Of these six are not known at the ad
dresses given ry tne persons who re
ported them missing.
On the list is the name of Benjamin
Moorehouse. a clerk for Tarrant &
Co. The authorities persist in declar
ing their lelief that he is alive and
purposely keeping his whereabouts sex-ret.
Moorehouse's family and neigh
bors at Montclalr. N. .7.. are convinced
that he perished In the disaster. A res!
dent of Montclalr. who was In New
York at the time of the fire, says he
saw Moorehouse- standing in front of
the building directly after the fire
started, but since that time no one has
seen him or heard from him. He is
the only man who knew just what ex
plosives were in the Tarrant building,
SWEET HAS A BAD TEMPER,
Perhaps Be Will Re Cured Before He Is
Throftgh with This.
New York. Nov. 3. Robert Elkins,
a shipping clerk, was probably fatally
wounded yesterday by John Sweet, a
salesman. Elkins was in front of the
store where he works engaged in mark
ing a case of goods, when Sweet passed
him. Elkins was kneeling at the time.
He turned his head without seeing
Sweet, and spat upon him. Sweet be
came enraged and before Elkins could
arise to explain drew a revolver and
shot him in the neck.
A large number of truck drivers and
others who witnessed the affair start
ed iu pursuit of Sweet, who ran down
the street and turning, fired i shot at
the pursuers, which luckily missed.
His flight took him to the Mercer street
police station. Into which he rau for re
fuge. He was locked up.
Was One of These Murder?
1'hiladelpliia, Nov. 3. While a par
ty of young men from Clearhcld were
hunting oto the mountain near that
place yesterday Paul McCoole was ac
cidentally shot and killed by Jerry
Heckinan. Near Reading, Pa., yester
day wane lour I'oiisn toys were gun
ning Stanislais Steizlecki, aged 13
years, discharged a gun full in the face
of Rudolph Franckowski, aged 14
years, killing nun instantly. Ihe oth
er boys say that 'Strezeleckl seemed
annoyed because his companion talked
too much, while they were chasing up
Iowa Y. VV. C. A. in Session,
Cedar Falls, Nov. 3. The seven
teenth annual convention of the Iowa
Young Woman's Christian association
began a four days' sesion in the State
Normal School building Thursday
evening. A reception was given in the
college chapel In honor of the pastors
and delegates. The convention closes
Only One Firm Holds Out.
Hazletoiv Pa.. Nov. 3. Cnyle Bros.,
stripping contractors yesterday grant
ed their men a voluntary increase of
in per cent, in wages. All the strip
ping contractors and operators of
washeries and collieries, with but one
exception, have now complied with the
demands of the Scranton miners' con
To Be a Rich Brewer's Wife.
Milwaukee, Nov. 3. Miss Ilortense
Weil, formerly employed iu a depart
ment store here, is to be married to
Conrad Schreler, the millionaire brew
er of Sheboygan. It is said the mar
riage is soon to take place. Miss Weil
has already given up her position and
s busy wtth the preparation for her
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Nov. 2.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today
S -72 li
...J .73' $ .73,4
S .72 i
.74 V .74 Vi .721 .73
.7o'4 75Vi .7414 -7414
.37 .37 .37 .374
.3514 .3,-)i .33V .334
.36 .36 .3614 ,CC
.21 .21'i .21 .2114
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.237 .24 .23-J4, .23
January . .
November ... 6.3-
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
l21c per lb; extra dairy, 18c; pack-
r,g stock. 12-!&12c. Eggs Fresh stock.
18c per doz. Live poultry Turkeys,
SiSc per lb; chickens, hens, 7c; ducks,
Vc; geese, J6.00(6.50 per doz. Pota
toes Fair to choice, 2333c per brl
Arples $1.00(fr2.75 per brl. Cranberries
Cape Cod. Iti.oogtt.oO per brl; Bell and
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Nov. 2.
Hogs Eftiroated receipts for the day.
3,000. Sales ranged at $3.604.43 for
pigs. J4.454.87A for light, 14.43(84.55 for
rough packing. J4.oasj4.99 tor mixed and
$4. 6G&4. 90 for heavy packing and ship-
rig lots, with the bulk or the sales at
Cattl Estimated receipts for the
day. 2.000. Quotations ranged at J5.S0
fi6.C0 for choii e to extra meers, J3.43
.70 good to choice do.. Ij.00o.4j tor
fair to good do.. J4..Vr4.90 common to
medium do.. $4.20(4.60 butchers' steers?.
$4.805.75 fed western eteers. $2.304.60
Blockers ar.d feeders. $1.604.25 cows.
$2.S0&4.60 heifers, $2.40fe4.2a bulls and
oxen. $4.004.60 staga, $3.2iJW4.w xexaa
steer a S3.&04.80 grass westerns, and
$4 OOtt 6.23 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for th
day, 8,000. Quotations ranged at $3,234
4.15 westerns, $2.504.15 native?. $4.25Q
E.20 western Iambs, and $4.dC'33.33 rux
m Milwaukee Grain.
Milwaukee. Nov. 2.
Wheat Dull: No. 1 northern. 751
that for over a quarter of a century has stood for the
highest achievement in stove and range making.
l LARG EST'STOVE
The sale of three million bcttles of thia elegant hair dressing In the Itaited State and Great
Britaiu in iSpo proves that it has surpassing merit and does all that la claimed for it.
has Veen Mc. to thousands
who h.ive Ic o:r .:ray or laM.
Hay'e liair-Hei.lt h U a health
ful liair u;ou, rc.-t4rin yotitliiLil
color ar.tl beauty to sr;:y and fatl:d
hair. Removes and prevents
dandrutT ami straps fllin; and
breaking cl the hair. It io not a
dye, and positively will not dis
color the tca'p. huiKls or clothing,
a d its use runnot be detected by
your btbt Itiend.
I rcvents hair falling after sea
tathuig or much jjcrjjaratiyn.
Ona Bottle Does II. Ilarqe soc.
Cut out and sirn this Coupon in fue davs and tike it to any of the fulliminc druirtriMs, and they
will give you a large buttle oi Hay 's Hair-Health an, 1 a 25c. fake t Harlina Medicated Soap, the
best soap you can use tor .'lair, .ali, Complt-Miin. lia-.h ami T..ilcl. hold tor l itty cents ; ovular rulail
price, 75 cents. 'I his otter is good once oniv to same t:m!iy. redeemed bv leading drutrfzist every
where at their shops only, or by tlie LONDON -SUPPLY CO.. N5J Broadway. New ork. c-tlur
ith or wi'uut vu, by r.xwess, prepaiJ, in plain scaled paJui:c on receipt ul 00c. and this coupon:
RJIWD WMTCC A"V Person purclusinir Hay's Hair
UUUnfall I Ca. II.-.1I1I1 anywhere in 1'mted t-l .H
rCAME,. ......... . t .. -vtim l,as ti'il been I'cnctited. nay have his money l,ac It hv .id-
. drcssinir IliNIIOSI -SU I'I'I.Y I I . Xsi Hroadwav. New Yoik.
. , AVwcw.vr ike Mitmrx. "..-y'i rr.', ",-.-. '.ir
AuDRF.S.-), Sm: K-fute all mhstituUs. Ins.s: . .. i,.s 11. .
Following drugglata supply Hay's Hair-Hculth and Hurfiiia Soap n it i '.-c- - - iv j
For Sale by Exclusive! T. H. Thohiai, 1GJU Second Avenue.
The Book of
lustrated by thirty
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pese Field Monument
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Hut for the noble con
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NOW VHC HOME OP
LEWIS SINGLE BINDER
FILL YOUR HOME UP
With warmth before Jack Frost
enters. We'll hustle a ton or
two of the best coal, or a cord of
choice wood to your coal bin right
away if you ray so, say it.
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone 1198, Fifteenth street and
Do N'T Be Fooledi
Take the eeanlne, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Jrladisoa. Wis. IS
keeps you well. Our trtgo
mark cut en each package.
Price, 35 cents. Novor colt
1st bulk. Accept bo sjU
ipoaarssisM tut, mi yor arii'
Tivi;w n-T 1
Kp-w.;-.-.:-.. - 'i
PLANT I M THE WQRLtt
aw tolu ty
restore cra . white or faded
I It a,
yotithtnl io!or nnd Me.
acts on tlit; riHits. lj inc I hem
required nouiir-lunrr.i nnd
positively prgdiu -s luxuriant
thick hair on bald hc.idv.
"Mot a Cray Hair Loft,"
the testimony ct hundreds iimii it.
Hay's Muir-Mealtb is a dainty
dresin and a nnessarv adjunct
to evc-iy loilrt, a.id unlike other
preparations, ha healthful action,
cm the rjots of the hair, causing
the hair to regain its original color.
whether biaot, Ituuq or golden.
bottles! At Leading Oruggi'ts.
Good to St Sc. Ci-.Vo
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Is not nrutriil or oolorls.s, constantly trlui
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While it publishes the most comprehenaiva
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MENTS To Go South
This Winter address J.
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Southern Railway, 225
- Dearborn street, Chicago.
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