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7 HE ABGTJS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1900
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Is the thought that haunts you when you think
of tfcod th'ngsto eat. Tho:e who trade at th's
store will come nearer the pure wholesome
foods for cooking excellence than elsewhere.
There "s nothing that pleases man better than
And this can best be brought about through
trading where qualit is high and price is low.
Peppered bargains and salted prices make fat
facts for slim pocketbooks at
2532 Fifth Ave
NEW PICTURE FRAMES
Our complete holiday liue of new and artistic picture Frames
and mouldings are now all bore. We can give your Christmas
orders much more cartful attention now than in the ru9h of
the last two or three weeks lefore Christmas.
Our Latest Consignment
f High Class Pictures of real merit has never been equalled in
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth Street
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in epriag Buiting will be
found now. on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
$1S. 20. 22 and f 25 and upward. Call and examine
GUS EN GUN, t
80S Second Ave
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Think of the Stoves.
Isn't It bojt time to look out Tor a
ten one to replace the one that
pave so much trouble last winter?
You'll tind mhut you wunt here.
Stores of U shades und Ki. es. for
oal or wood. Economical neater-.,
anil satisfactory cookers. We
w;vnt them to move.
A Heal Bath Room.
Ytu dos t want so it ho-:se
t in :i Into a swimming pool, but
It's l.xely to occur unless you look
closely and get the pro;er kind of
We do the wor ttat stands tv.e
test of time and is a permanent ai
vertiiciiient for us. Cons -It us
about specifications, estixates,
Opposite Harper House. 1321 SECOSD 1TB
BURGLARS' BIG HAUL
Enter'Three Molina Homes and
Carry Off S7I4 Worth of
MONET, JtWELEY AKP SHYEEWABE
Leave No Clue for Police to Work
. On--Be!ieved To Be Professionals.
Burglars, supposed to be profes
sionals frightened out of Chicago bj
the increased efforts to rid that city of
crime, visited three residences in Mo
Iine last night and got away with
money and valuables aggregating
714. There is no clue. The homes
robbed and amounts taken are:
D. A. Jones, Nineteenth street be
tween Fourth and Fifth avenues; en
tered through a window; $175 in jew
elry and $6 in money.
C. I. Josephson, Fifth avenue be
tween,. Nineteenth and Twentieth
streets; rear door opened; $50 in
money and $100 watch belongingjto
W. E. McCina, a boarder; in cur
rency from Mr. Josephson's trousers
and $300 worth of silverware.
II. M. Reynolds' boarding house on
Sixteenth street; entered through a
window; $75 gold watch and K. P.
charm belonging to Samuel Wharton.
The Jones and Josephson homes
were ransacked from basement to gar
ret. At the latter place the robbers
stopped for lunch, feasting on the
contents of the refrigerator. At Rey
nolds' Mr. Wharton was partiallv
awakened by the intruders and gave a
slight cough, lie supposes this
caused them to depart earlier than
thev would have done had conditions
keen mori serene. Mrs. Jones savs
she heard unusual noises in the heuse,
and hunched her husband, but he
slept on. When she heard a door
slam, as if some one had left the
house, she screamed. But it was too
late. The visitors had gone with the
LAST ON THE SCHEDULE.
Kock Island Football Team to Meet Pav-
enport Tomorrow. (
Tomorrow afternoon at Davenport
Forester park the Davenport and Hock
Island High school football teams will
meet. The game is the last on the
Kock Island schedule for this season,
and it promises a very interesting
ranie. Both teams are practicins
hard to gain the victory. Hock Island's
team has been greatly improved by
the return of several f her strongest
players and thev hope to wipe out the
defeat that Davenport gave them last
year, lhe game calls at z:d0.
The teams will line up as follows:
Uik k Isi.nd. Positions. Daventoht.
Fry. Olson Centre Kmies
ctiannon. Head Right Guard Gilchrist
K Oberi? I.-ft (.uard Isles
Jens. Hodrfdon Hij-'ht Tuckle M. Smith
t oll.i Kelt Tackle ..Cook
Misetif eider ..Kirfht tnd Metlresror
Salziuucn Left Ilnd H. Smith
Car.se. 1'orter vuart-r (Cupt.) lirant
Channon, Clark R.ht Half Neheker
Manihart Left Hal' McUi'AW
Holdorf Fuil Back
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Covne
was held at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon from the home on Nineteenth
street. The services were in charge
of Rev. C. O. McCulloch and the re
mains were buried at Chippiannock.
The pallbearers were David Donald
son, VUUiam .hnleb. J. Ij rreenian.
II. C. Boggess and John Oswald, of
Rock Island, and Calvin Painter, of
Mrs. Michael Weverhauser was
buried at Chippiannock yesterday
afternoon with services at 2 o'clock at
the home on Second street, conducted
by Rev. C. A. Mennicke, of the Ger
man Lutheran church.
A jury was impanelled today in the
damage suit of Thomas Ilayward vs.
the Coal Vallev Mining company.
The plaintiff was injured while in the
employ of the company by a rock
falling upon him, and claims it was
due to negligence on the part of the
employer, lie is represented by Weld
iV Olmsted, while Jaekson & Hurst
appear for the defense.
An Important Difference.
To make it apparent to thousands,
who think themselves ill, that they
are not atlltcted with any disease, but
that the system simply needs cleans
ing, is to bring comfort home to their
hearts, as a costive condition is easily
cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manu
factured bv the California Fig Svrup
company only, and sold by all drug
If your children are fretful, peev
ish, and cross, mother the same, ditto
the boss, it would seem proper to give
era all ltockv Mountain lea. So
cents. Ask your druggist.
If vou have ever seen a child in the
agony of croup you can realize how
grateful mothers are for One Minute
Cough cure, which gives relief as
soon as it is administered. It quickly
cures coughs, colds and all throat
and lung troubles. B. H. Bieber.
II art z & Ullemever.
George A. Points, Upper Sandusky,
Ohio, writes: 4-I have been using
Foley's Honey and Tar for hoarseness
and "find it is the best remedy. It
stopped the cough immediately and
relieved all soreness." For Bale by
A MERRY CHASE OVER
A SMALL BOARD BILL.
John Davis, who has been working
with a railroad construction force,
was arrested last night by Oflioer
Moody for attempting to beat his
ooard bill at Bourdeau's boarding
house, near the Rock Island depot.
He was paid yesterday and being
rather slow about settling with his
landlord, a watch was put upon him.
When it appeared that he was about
10 leave t:wn a call was sent in to the
police station and the wagon re
sponded. Mocdy finally located his man
in hidinsr in a sewer. When aiaigned
today Davis said he resented the land
lord's close attentions and merely
wanted to take his time about paying"
Magistrate Stafford released him upon
his settling up and paying the costs.
Bessie O'Dell was lined $5 and costs
yesterday afternoon for disorderly
The police have released Elmer
Storck, who was accused or the theft
of carpenters' tools at McCabe's build
ing, there being no evidence against
Jack Kennedy was run in today for
being drunk and disorderly.
Gus Copp was arretted today lor
making a rough house at his home at
601 Seventh avenue.
Mrs. Elizabeth Eckhert letofor Tis
kilwa this morning. ,
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Stewart, of
North Platte, Neb., have moved to
Mrs.'E. S. Mead, of Rsekford, has
been visiting with Mrs. T. R. Mead,
Congressman George W. Prince is
expected in the city this evening from
Mrs. Antonette Cross and Mrs. J. S.
Powel, of Jerseyville, 111., are visiting
with Mrs. R. L. Vandenburg.
Mrs. Mary Willy, of Peoria, who
was called here bv the death of Miss
Louise Oberdorfer, returned home to-dav.
Policeman Charles Morrison has re
turned from Maquoketa, la., where he
was a patient at a sanitarium for
treatment for rheumatism.
Frank P. Blair, the railroad pro
moter, is visiting in the tri-cities. He
'n now located in Chicago, where he
:s connected with the NaUonal Devel
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcllugh re
turned from Chicago last night. Mr.
McHugh met Mrs. Mcllugh there on
her return from a visit in Ohio
and West Virginia.
Iowa Volunteer Firemen.
The Iowa Volunteer Firemen's as
sociation adjourned after two days'
annual session last night at Daven
port. It will meet at Das Moines next
winter, lhe tournament next sum
mer will be held at Maquoketa. Mason
City or Sheldon. Ollicers chosen are:
President. K. 1. Alderman, Marion;
secretary, F. A. Wood, Cedar Rtpids;
treasurer, J. Y . Burke, Missouri
Mayor llhani McConochic and
Capt. A. J. Whitney participated in
the afternoon festivities in connection
with the convention, and Ex-Mayor 15.
t . Knox and Lx-Ald. B. inter rep
resented the Rock Island volunteer
tiremen in the evening.
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Saturday, Not. 81, 0 a. m. to
Yuung & Mcl'omln.
Picture day. We find that we have
bought too many pictures to display to
advantage on account of the big holi
day stock, which needs our attention,
so have decided to reduce our stock
considerable for this day and date
only. It's to your advantage to. buv
now, as they make very beautiful
100 bxlu medallions, assorted de
signs, brass corners, worth 42 cents,
Saturday sale price 19 cents.
O v.e lot pictures, assorted sizes and
subject former price. Prices worth
up to $1. Your choice Saturday l'5
One lot same as above, and larger,
worth up to $2.25. Your choice for
Saturday K9 cents.
Panel pictures in animals and flow
ers. Size 12x40. Saturday sale price 38
Framing a specialty.
1,000 paper novels; good evening
pastime. We need the room for Xmas
books. Saturday sale price 'A cents.
French flannel waist, one-fourth off
or 25 per cent reduction for Saturday
Special discount sale on ladies'
trimmed hats $5 hats for $3 75,
$3.50 hat3 for $2.5C, $2.50 hats for
$1.50, $1.9-3 hats for $1.25 Saturday
Gents' E. & W: collars, the price
the world over 25 cents, Saturday
sale price 12 cents.
Buck stoves and ranges, the great
white enameled line.
Phonographs and supplies.
Jerry Green Good Work.
Jerry S. Green has just completed
a lecturing tour of South Dakota in
the interests of the Modern Woodmen.
He was at the head office today dis
playing a beautiful silver cup, pre
sented to him as a token of appreci
ation by Camp 5646. of Rapids
City. S. D.
J. Odgers, of Frostburg, Md.,
writes: "I had a bad attack of kid
ney complaint and tried Foley's Kid
ney Cure, which gave me relief, and
I was practically cured after taking
two bottles." For sale by all- drug
gists. Subscribe for The Abacs
IH SOCIAL CIRCLES
Epworth League Holds a Recep
tion and Entertainment at
the Y. M. C. A.
CHRISTMAS SALE AT BEOADWAT
Annual Event of the Ladies' Aid
Society a Fine Success.
The Epworth leagues of the First
Methodistrtrnrch were the hosts last
night at the second of the season's
receptions given at the Y. M. C. A.
The capacity of the building was
taxed to accommodate those who
were in attendance.
The reception proper was held from
S to 8:30 in the corridor and reading
rooms. Then the young people re
paired to the auditorium, where the
following enjoyable program was car
Quartet, "Remember Thy Creator,"
Rock Island Glee club; reading, "Bin-
ley and '46," Mrs. W. A. Lovett; ban
tone solo. "Toreador's Love Song,1
Keith Collins: piano solo, "Iphlgen-
le Aulide, fij.rs. ,1. c. Robinson;
reading, selected. Rose Mae Garrett;
quartet, "I Cannot Alwavs Trace the
Way," Rock Island Glee club.
Refreshments were served down
stairs at the conclusion of the pro
pram. The bowling contest to have taken
place last night was postponed till to
night. Christmas Sale at Broadway Church.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Broadway Presbyterian church gave
its annual Christmas sale and supper
at the church last evening. It was
well attended and very remunerative
from a social as well as a financial
standpoint. The sale of Christmas
toys, novelties and canned fruit was
held in the afternoon and supper was
served from 5 to 8 o'clock. After
ward a program was rendered con
sisting of an organ solo by Mrs. Ag
nes Bixby-Cook; vocal solo by Mrs. J.
K. Scott; piano dnet by Mrs. C. E.
Sharpe and Mrs. L. S. McCabe; a tele
phone conversation by 11. K. van
Duser, and a vocal solo by John
St. Cecelia Day Observance.
St. Cecelia day was observed at St.
Joseph's parochial school Wednesday,
when the lollowing appropriate pro
gram was carried out: Hymn, pupils;
selection from the minims, Stella (Jib-
son, L. Oalweiler, Marie Ryan, Miriam
Mackin, Josephine Auld, Anna Rals
ton, Miry Gibson; "Romance" (Ruru
niel). Nellie Dower; "Sunshiny Morn
inT," "Soldiers' Parade," Grace Whee-
lan; "Forest Flower Waltz," Mary
Storabs. Anna Meenan. Ada Zismer,
Anna Nelson, M. Blochiinger, Grace
D.iy. Henry Concannon; "Summer"
(Lichjier). Josie Dower; "Brooklet"
(Rvder), Rose Mecnan; "Here We
Go" (Bannah), S. Rentz, Ellen O'Con
nor, M. Blochiinger, M. O l arrell;
"Worda of Love" (Ganz), Marv
O'Farrell; "By Moonlight" (Zounsni),
Horcnce nadsworth: "Dreamland
Waltz," Catharine Concannon, Mary
Storcbs, Ada Zisiuer. Anna B. Mee
nan; "Butterily" (Merkei), Mary
Blochiinger; "Arabesque"' (Theo
Lock), Ada Hudson; chorus, "For the
Slumber Islands, Ho."
The Maccabees' Ball.
A large attendance and a good time
characterized the tirst annual ball
given last night by Black Hawk tent
146. K O. T. M., at Industrial hall.
About. 1:.'5 couples danced till 2 o'clock
to music from Bleuer's full orchestra.
Supper was served in the dining room
by the lady Maccabees.
F. A. Snook, a C, R. I. & P. brake
man, who lives at Blue Island, fell
from the top of a box car at Geneseo
last evening, sustaining a sprained
wrist and some painful bruises, lie
was brought to this city on a passen
ger train and taken to St. Anthony's
hospital, where he will be confined a
couple of days.
Bowling, Nov. 2-i. Guy Hodson is
on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tindall are the
proud parents of a new daughter.
William Hynes, of Atlantic, Iowa,
has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
William Coyne, far. , nas bought
Frank Walkner's farm.
Hoot to Treat a Troublesome Coin.
To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion: First poak tfae corn or bun
ion in warm water to soiten it, taen
pare it down as cioseiy as possibie
without drawing blood and apply
Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily.
rubbing vigorously for nve minutes
at each application. A corn plaster
should be w'orn lor a few days to pro
tect it from the shoe. As "a general
liniment for sprains, bruises, lame
ness and rheumatism, Pain Balm is
unequaled. For sale by all druggists.
When vou want prompt acting little
Eills that never gripe use DeWitt's
ittle Early Risers. B. H. Bieber,
Hartz & Lllemeyer.
Many of vour friends, cr people
whom jou know of. have contracted
consumption or pneumonia by neg
lect ol a simple com or cougn. toiey s
Honey and Tar a safe, sure and pleas
ant cough medicine, would have saved
them. It is guaranteed. For sale by
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SnOEM A KING
A8 A FINE ART.
''In the old days" no doubt shoes were made
of honest materials, but you see there's a
but we question if they possessed a tit'e of
the style and the graceful lines of the iqcc
Fall and Winter Ladies' Shoes
Shown in our window this week. The world
grows and art in Footwer manufacture keeps
pace with the world's advancement. See these
beauties, try on these beauties and most likely
you will buy these beauties.
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS.
GEO. F. SCHMALE, PROP.
1705 Second Avenue.
The Overcoat of
ill in 1. nr tr -"r
Is a broad shouldered, rather loose
fitting garment, with vertical in
stead of straight pockets, and
small, plain, rounded cuffs.
The Fabrics from Which This Coat
Is Made arc Principally cf
the Rough-Faced Variety.
Such as heavy Cheviots and Worsted-Vicunas,
in Oxford gray,
Cambridge gray, olive, brown and
black. The acme of perfection ami
fashion is embodied in the Over
coats that . bear the Stcin-Bloch
$15 to $25.
1802 Second Avenue.
The Word Vent 'Round
Mr. A. B. C. was one of the best
dressed men in town that the even
ing clothes he had made for the
Thanksgiving season and other spec
ial occasions was akin to perfection
in lit, finish, Ktyle and general desira
bility. Reason not hard to guess
had it made at Dorn's, where correct
ness is always the rule.
Dorn, the Tailor.
181 2 Second Avenue,
TRIMMED HAT SALE
Our stock of trimmed hats must 1 e lcduccd at orce. The greatest
opportunity of the season to buy tty'ish millinery at next to noth
ing prices. Cost cuts bo figure in this sale, the litis must go. Buy
now and save money.
(T 1 J O FOR HATS
3 tO worth $2.50
CT r7 FOR HANDSOME VELVET
HATS WORTH $3.50
CIO CZf FOR I1A1S THAT HAVE
JJ SOLD AT $4.50
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Phone 1237 Corner Twentieth Stree; and Fourth Aenue.