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. THE AEGHJB, THUESDAY. FEB RTJAIl 31, 1901.
HAVE UNIFORM Mil
Maccabees Install New Auxiliary
With a Membership
0. B. EOLLMAU ELECTED CAPTAIN
Election and Installation
Society's Hall Last
A uniformed rank was installed by
the Maccabees at their hall last even
The new organization has 26 mem
bers, for whom uniforms costing $700
were ordered of the Tri-City liegalia
Followinn are the officers installed
Captain C. B. Boll man.
First Lieutenant W. T. Clark.
Second Lieutenant Paul Henne
berg. Secretary G. A. McDonald.
Chaplain Charles Bollman.
tSrla of Entertainments.
A. J. Riess was installing officer. A
series of entertainments are being ar
ranged for to help pay for the nni
nappy Pythian Anniversary.
Tonight in honor of the 37th anni
versary of the order of Knights of
Pythias, St. Paul lodge 107 will have
a smoker and other pleasant features.
including a musical, appropriate re
marks, etc. - J. he J0de invites a lull
attendance of members and friends.
WEATHUt "WE MAT HAVE
Partly cloud tonight; Fri
day generally fair and colder. -
J. M. SHERIER, Observer
Today's temperature at 7
a. m., 3; at 3:30 p. m., 16.
Watch this line March 1.
Wait for the Dunlap hat.
Buy a home of Boidy Bros.
For Insurance . J. Burrs -For
real estate, E. J Burns.
State Seal cigars are successful.
Try Morrison's State Seal cigars.
See the Doran light at Wilcher's.
Couches at $1 50 at II. F. Cordes'.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
La Flora de E. D. T. 10-cent cigar.
Knox hats have arrived a,t Lloyd's.
Knox, the young man's hat, at
Property for sale or rent. ' A. Rush
& Co. . j
Knox,- Knox, Knox, Knox,- at
Gloves at the challenge sale. Young
Attend the soap sale Saturday at
Attend Young & McCombs1 chal
Muslin at the challenge sale. YouDg
& McCombs. :
Hess Bros, for fresh fish tomorrow.
Home made tin ware that will latt
at Summers & Co.
Lay in a supply of toilet soap Sat
urday at Ji.cloart s.
A complete line of house furnish
ings at Summers & Co.
Everybody should read Hess Bros'.
ad this evening on pag o. '
-.Wait and get the "kcrrect" style in
uuniap nats at bte wart's.
Knox, Stetson and Longley spring
styles now reaay at iioya's.
Fine Mahogany finish parlor suites
lor f is, at a., r . cordes'.
Spring goods are arriving daily at
juiss Byrnes' mimnery store.
All pictures at half price the bal
ance of this week at Eckhart's. .
There is no end to bargains just
now at 11. r. monies' removal sale.
Thirty-five cent merchants' ' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Buy your muslin underwear at the
challenge sale, xoung & McCombs
Da you want to sell? List property
with A. Hush & Co., room 6, Buford
Perry McGonnell is sick at his
home. 425 Fourth street, with pneu
Ladies, call and see our large and
beautiful line of shirt waistings at
to :e wart "s.
Plush capes, former price $15, cbal
lee ge sale price $7.98. Young & Mc
Challenge sale on broaches 25
ceits. Young & McCombs jewelry
. My brick building at 136 Fourth
avenue, Molinc, has just been moved
72 feet br b. ,A. Hounds, of Rock
gust Besse COUGH SYRUP f
dioceso of Inorea Jiackinir Couchs. i
uay op me oiai. j jjuugs, viripj?,x .iieu-
. . o,. r . 1-' W
dination as priest. aaid Bronchitis in a
Lvs. Why then risk
V INOEFIlrup. Price, 25c
Berlin, Feb. 22.Pokiinp8ed tipon.
' iter Mibstittue; it.
announce that. alder as Dr. uuu.
, . . i , ! tires Rheumatism,
poned li IB expedition .&., ts&aSts.
coucoded tho demands tfi.-.-.-. .J.'...,.
I-land, to our perfect satisfaction and
without any 'damage. Moses Ross'
and Richard Ross.
The police are looking for . an iron
gray horse and cutter reported stolen
, The county offices will be closed to
morrow in honor of the birthday of
. Ed ward Haverhill, aged 41, was
sent to the county infirmary by Poor
master Lidders today. '
Don't miss this opportunity; you
will never see it again. Attend II. F.
Cordes' removal sale.
5 Sam Nerwith, of 2319 Fourth ave
nue, was removed to St. Anthony's
hospital in the ambulance yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beardsley
entertained a party of friends at cards
last evening at their home on Eleventh
John Gustafson was taken to St.
Anthony's hospital in the ambulance
yesterday from his borne. loUb filth
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hull & Hemenway, room
15, Mitchell ess Lynde building. Tele
The Anti-Cigaret league will hold
a social Friday evening, Feb. 22, at
820 Nineteenth street. Admission 10
cents. All members are cordially in
Room 15, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing, is the place for bargains in real
estate. Hull cs Hemenway. lele
phtfne 4804. v
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCombs today
entertained . a family gathering in
honor of the 8th birthday of their
daughter Florence. s
Sam Willis and Gust Bergesen have
been sworn in as special policemen to
look after the interests ol law anu
order at the Industrial fair.
The health authorities today dis
covered a new 'case of smallpox at
Davenport, the victim being the 19
months old child of Mrs. Dora Uffens.
Tomorrow being Washington's
birthday, the post office will close at
10 a. m. and have 6ne general deliv
ery, leaving the office at y in tbt
E M. Lawhead, of Sears, was sur
prised by a number of friends at his
home last evening in honor of his
7th birthday. Games were played
and refreshments served.
We will have plenty of fresh fish to
morrow, namely: Whitetisb, trout,
halibut, codfish, smelts, Columbia
river salmon, herring, haddock, ret-
snapper and flounders at Hess Bros'.
The announcements of the London
Clothing company wilt hereafter be
found on page live of Tub Akgl's
Whether you need clothing immedi
ately or not watch the Londnn dis
play space and jou can save money.
A great many inquiries have been
received bv The Akuus for copies of
the paper containing an account of
the nigh school hre, which it has been
unable to supply, .hxtra copies or
the wecklv containing the same matter
can be had at The Aug us office next
The combined classes of the Ger
man Lutheran Sunday school give a
free public entertainment tomorrow
evening in the basement of the
church on Twentieth street. There
will be recitations in German and
English, vocal and instrnmental mu-
ic and views from a stereopticon.
General Manager TVighes, of the
D.. R. L & N. W.. has iust received
notice from the Baldwin shops to the
effect that the third and last of the
new engines. No. 3, had been shipped
from the Baldwin shops in Philadel
phia last Friday. It will arrive In
Clinton in about ten days and will at
once be put in shape for the regular
service. This will give the road quite
an increased motive power.
M. R. Esgal, secretary of the Dav
enport Business Men's association, to
day received a letter from Congress
man Joe R. Lane, in which the latter
tells of his interview with President
McKihley and the presentation to him
of the invitation ot the tri-cities. The
president expressed appreciation of
the kindness of the community in de
siring to entertain him as a visitor,
but he feared bis contemplated west
ern trip would have .to be abandoned
in the event of an ettra session of
SOME VERY CHILI
Valparaiso. Feb. 21. There were
three heavy earthquake shocks at
Africa, Chili, at 3 a. m: Wednesday.
The inhabitants are panic stricken. -
BOLD ROBBERS AT
ST. ALBANS BANK!
St. Albans. W. Va., Feb. 21. Rob
bers last night battered down the
outside doors and blew open the safe
in the St. Albans bank, securing a
large sum of money, and escaped on a
BRITISH HIGH LIFE.
'London. Feb. 21. Mj. Atherton,
second in command of the I2lh
(Prince of Wales' royal lansers) now
in South Africa., bas li'td a suit for
divorce against his wife, Mabel Louia
Atherton, naming the duke of West
minister as corespondent."' ,
Kindles anew the fires of youth.
It' the head of the works. " The main
n r f Ufa T!iL Kl.innt a -n . T.
made by Madison "Medicine campany.
35 cents. T. 1L Thomas' pharmacy.
Subscribe for Thx Aaaua.
ODD CHAIRSDIVAKS A1TD COTJOHBS.
These are samples made by one of the largest manfacturers in the East, for photographing their line an'd were bought from 25 to
Per Cent less than he market price. , We have decided to give Our Customers the benefit of this sale by giving you an Opportunity
buy PARLOR FURNITURE from 25 to 50 Per Cent less than they can be bought anywhere else.' :
I Handsome 5 Piece Parlor Suits, regular price $45,
sale price .........
5 Piece Parlor Suits, regular price $S5, sale
15 Piece Parlor Suits, regular price f 70, sale
Sale Will Continue
24 th. '
There are many so
called chocolates on tho
market, but they are
in most instances adul
terated and doctored
for money-making pur
poses. There is only
pure and allowed un
stamped under the
pure food law. The
will be demonstrated
at our store all day to
morrow and Saturday,
and you are invited to
call and trv it.
1620 Second Avu. 'Phone 1031
Spring Hats arc
Knox World Renowned Hats
ate conceded by all well
dressed men to have a style
and a tone.
All their Stetson Hats, you
know the quality, all styles.
. The Longley Hat, best $3
Hat made. . You can get cor
rect styles, correctly . fitted
at the correct price. . ,
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block. .
Is arriving daily and wo .
have already on display
a large line of Spring
Suiting. Call and see - '
our line and select your
Suiting early. " 5
Stylef Fit and Workmanship
Guaranteed to be the .
k Best. Prices
, Lowest. ;''
; THE TAILOR. !
Second Ave, . . -' Rock Island
1 ODD CHAIRS AND DIVANS.
O Jd Chairs, regular price $6. Sale price 4.00
Iretty Divans, regular price $14, sale price. . . . . 10.00
Handsome 3 piece Parlor Suits, regular price $20.00,
sale price.. 14.00
price. . . 24.00
price. .. 50.00
103 to 107 East
People Are Quic
Last week we decided to pocket our loss and sell
Rubber Footwear in accordance with the "busted"
trust price. The result was that people grasped the
opportunity to such an extent that we are now forced
to-replenish our stockbut we are now buying at the
"busted" trust price, which is about 18 per cent less
than it was earlier in the season, thus enabling
us to sell
RUBBERS AT TWENTY" PER
' 1 ' ' . . . .
As it is we are greatly elated over the result Last
week we sold our rubber stock at a reduction
of 20 per cent and met with a loss. Being now in
a position to buy new rubbers at the reduced
market price, we are enabled to supply our patrons
at a saving of 20 per cent, but instead of meeting
with a loss it leaves a small profit for your humble
14th, I Will Place on Sale
Second Street, Davenport.
A Good Thin
Couches, regular price $15, sale price $10.00
regular price zo, saie price 17.50
Couches, regular price $50.00. Sale
Sale Mill Continue
Until - Feb.