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THE ABO-US, "WEDNESDAY. APBIIj 10. 1901,
WEATHER WE MAY HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Thursday; but little change
J. M. 'SUERIER, Observer
Today's temperature at 7
a. m. 43; at 3:30 p. m.t 5G.
Bicycles at Hynes'.
Bicycles at Wilcher's. .'
Longley $3 hat at Lloyd'.- '
Wear Knox hats; at Lloyd's.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Burrs.
Colombia bicycles ai Lloyd's.
Men's shirt waists at Lloyd's.
Telephone 4604 for cab service.
Watch Arcade window April 13.
List your property with Beidy Bros.
Watch Arcade window April 13.
Property for sale or rent. A. Bash
Leave orders for cabs at. the Crown
All kinds of garden seeds in balk at
J. W. Stewart's.
Bring your wheels to Ilvnes, Sev
enteenth street and Fourth avenue.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hoar at Harms' restaurant.
Genuine Kentucky blue srass and
white clover seeds at J. W. Stewart's.
Do you want to sell? List property
with A. Bush & Co., room 6, Buford
A lot of dainty spring coats for chil.
dren at half price and less. Read Mc
Just drop in and see that line of
gasoline stoves at Summers & Co
Cabs at your service by leaving or
ders at the Crown restaurant or tele
.Now is the time to buy your gar.
den and flower seeds. A full line at
J. W. Stewart's.
Wash goods remnants, best mater
ial of this season, and at half price at
AlcUabe's. Bead ad.
Ladies'patent kid shoes in all the
new styles at S3 and f 3.50 at the
Leader, opposite the Harper house
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hull & Hemenwav, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
Miss Anna M. Campbell, of Daven
port, a professional nurse, has ac
cepted the position of matron of the
The carpets and rugs will bo busy
at the prices AlcUabe s are
We have the Nethersole shoe with
a heavy extension sole for $2.50. The
Leader, opposite the Harper house.
A sale of household articles and
novelties in lingerie "at the ihdrhe of
Mrs. J. M. Bulord Friday, April 12,
for the benefit of the Central church.
Hack, it you want a hack, day or
night, call up 'phone 4102, or resi
deuce 'phone 4621. Rubber tired car
riage at your service. Charles
John Wiese and Delia Lohmiller,
employes of the Lee Broom works.Dav
enport, are both displaying symptoms
of smallpox, and are being
watched by the health authorities
John . Fleming has been appointed
by the town board to complete the du
tie3 as township collector of Conrad
Schneider, deceased. Mr. Fleming
was serving as Mr. Schneider's as
"lhere are still left a few scats for
tomorrow night's minstrels at Har
per's theatre. You will have to step
lively if you expect to see the per
form ance, for no standing room will
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Broadway church invite their friends
to a "coffee" to be given at tfie home
of Mrs. Frank Mixter, 731 Twentieth
street, from 3 to 6 o'clock tomorrow
John Titus has moved his shoe re
pair shop from 1924 Fourth avenue, to
the rear of the Leader shoe store and
invitrs his friends to give him a call.
Ladies' half soles 35 cents and gents'
50 cents a pair.
Some miscreant the past two nights
has been chasing and frightening
children in the vicinity of Fourteenth
street and Eighth avenue. The po
lice were summoned last evening, but
the fellow made-his escape.
Allen, Myers & Co., of this city,
have been awarded the contract for
installing the steam heating, plumb
ing and gas fitting in the new busi
ness block and opera house being
erected at Eric, 111., by li. Y. Breed,
of that city.
All members of the club and per
formers who are to take part in the
Bock Island Club minstrel pa ade
Thursday are requested to report at
"the clubhouse at 11 a. m. sharp. The
club will furnish the coats, but each
one is expected to bring a plug bat
and cane. The parade will be con
fined to club members and those tak
ing patt in the performance.
Camp 1650 M W. A. last night
elected Edward Coi ken clerk to succeed
hi brother, H. D. Corken, deceased.
Morris Muicdhv was chosen a member
of the board of managers vice J. F
Munerer. resigned, and. J. P. Sexton
elected camp deputy.
Charlev Stoddard, who sang himself
to enduring fame under the guise of
The Girl With the Auburn Hair,
and who later conducted a season of
grand opera with great eclat at Bar.
stow, will positively appear at the
Rock Island Club minstrel show to
morrow ni?ht. No flowers and no
At the reoaest of a number of his
friends. Frank E. McNieh. the well
known minstrel who is directing the
Rock Island Club show, has consented
to appear in a speciality in tomorrow
night's intertainment at Harper's
theatre. That it will the real thing
all who know McNish will vouch.
Prof. C. F. Toenniges. now residing
in Rock Island, has resigned his posi
tion as director of Strasser's land and
orchestra. The resignation was ac
cepted at the last meeting of the mem-
- . . m m
bers oi mat organization, air. -toen
niges has many friends in this city,
all of whom are sorry to see his
change of residence Davenport
There has been a slight change in
the plans for tomorrow's Rock Island
Club minstrel parade, a special train
on the Tri-City Railway company
having been chartered to convey tne
marchers to Davenport, and tne re
turn to be made on the ferry Angus
ta. The cars will be boarded at Third
avenue and Twentieth street. The
line of march will bo from the club
house on Sixteenth and Third to Sec
ond, east to Twentieth and south to
At Grace Cathedral Sunday the
memorial windows were all deco
rated. The one the late Bishop Lee
eave to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Baker in
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memory of their six little cnuarei
was especially beautiful, tne aeco-
rating being the work of lady inenas
of the family. The same window has
contained beautilui cut flowers, ar
tistically arranged, on each Easter
Sunday since the completion of the
church in 18 3. Davenport Lcaaer.
Al Chambers, of Davenport, will
leave next Sunday evening for ban
Francif co, enroute to Manila to loin
the 4th United States cavalry. He
has reenlisted in the United States
army. Mr. Chambers rerurnea irom
the Philippines only a Bnort time ago.
He served in the 45th infantry, but
was put in detached cavalry, so that
he has had experience in the branch
of service that he will enter. During
his Philippine experience Mr. Cham
bers participated in 19 skirmishes
and did considerable work on tne
LADIES -We have made a special
effort this season on our $3 lines,
and for style, snap, quality every
thing that goes to make a fine shoe
you will find condensed in our
$3. OO Shoe.
In our West Window Just Notice those $3 Patent Kids.
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
v Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I bad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
public that the doctor's anaesthetic la perfectly harmless for elderly people ai well
the young. T. O. Feits, M. D.
I had six teeth extracted without pain. The doctor Is yery careful n his ex
tracting. I recommend him highly. O. W. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
- Don't hurt a bit. I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mrs. W H.
Wlae. 823 Fourteenth street. v
i : I had eight teeth crowned with (fold and five gold flUInes. All work was abso
lutely painless Miss Agnes Bergendabl, 559 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all. Mrs. Martin Jacobson, 4618 Seventh avenue. .creooinunin
My face was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3227 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2.50 and op
FILLING $1.00 and up'
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered.
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Coraer Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
Whsre, Whe n and How
Are the three things that per
plexes the average buyer. This
U overcome by reading our ad
and trading at our store.
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Tomatoes, New Beeta,
8 wee tfot a toes, New Carrots,
Celery, Oyster plant,
Parsley, Egg plant,
CauliQower, Head Lettuce,
Radishes, Brussels sprout,
Green Onions, Mushrooms,
Turnips, New Potatoes,
Bermuda Onlons.Leaf Lettuce,
Peas, Celery Root,
snuo buncnes, jvudis.uu
For Thursday at Young
Ladies1 corset covers,
worth np to SI,
Dr. Bull's Coagh Syrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Cronp,
Whoopins-Couffh and Measle-Cough
without faiL All mothers praise it.
Doctors- prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consume tion. O.uick. sure results.
Trice. 2S cents. Refuse the dealer's snlwtitute.
Always cures when others faif.
Qr. Bull PZit care Constipation, so pUU tod
Corset covers, lace
Odd size corsets,
vour choice 333.
Good scrim, S(-inca wide, all day,
oer vard 3Jc.
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2o. 4U an eiik necit nouons, 3sun-
ed colors, best value you ever saw,
per yard only 15c.
Onr ladies' 75c kid cloves, two
clasps, all colors, best in tri-cities.
25 dozen ladies' fast black seamless
hose, all sizes, 7c.
Childrens' black ribbed hose, sizes
5-7 only, for 3c.
Jack roses all day, each 5c.
Peanut candy per pound, 10c.
Fruit tablets, per pound 15c.
McFadden's kisses, per pound,
Battercups, per pound, 10c.
Satinettes, per pound, 15c.
Cocoanut snuares, per pound,
Lemon cocoanut squares.per pound,
A Public Spirited Woman.
Miss Sophie Wright of New Orleans
Is responsible for the establishment of
free night schools for the poor work
Ing people of that city. Although her
self a poor woman, employed as a
teacher in the day schools, her heart
went out to the needs of the men and
boys who had no chance to learn, so
she threw open her own doors and for
nearly 15 years has taught from 7 to 0
o'clock without pay. She called for
volunteer teachers and met with ready
response until now there are nearly
1,000 men and boys, ranging In age
from 10 to no rears, who receive In
struction each evening. The city has
not been taxed a cent and apparently
shows no Interest In the institution.
Through the aid of Miss Ida Rich
ards. Countess di Traza, Helen Pitkiu
and others Miss Wright lias been able
to enlarge her work year by year, and
this year bookkeeping has been added
to the course of study. Miss Wright
is prominent in all public charity
works of the city and has been state
secretary of the King's Daughters, and
also secretary of the State Federation
of Women's Clubs. She has been lame
all her life, and her work is only ac
complished by the exertion of au effort
such as few men or women have ever
put forth so continually. .
Kesemst Can Be Cored.
Remick's Eczema Cure and Re
mick's Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure
the most obstiDate case. At all drug
gists. Itching piles? Never mind if phy
sicians have failed to cure you. Try
Doan'a Ointment. No failure there.
50 cents, at any drug store.
The Turks like melody and are par
ticularly devoted to flutes. . They have
seven different kinds of this musical
Ban an lis,
Dressed Turheys, Pressed Chick
ens, Wild Ducks. Spring Chick
ens Dressed to OrJer.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
We have just received a large
assortment of Solid Silver
Spoons, Knives and Forks,
Ladles, Carving Sets and
Fruit Knives in the new
French grey finish,
see our line.
BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF RICH
MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND
AH those who Enter Our Store by the Side Door will
Find Therein Bargains Galore.
There is nothing that can interfere with the serving of bar
gains at the M. & K. The buzz of the carpenters saw
and the busy tick-a-tack-tick of the ever-active hammer
adds spirit to the busy hum of bargain seekers. While
the contractors have somewhat disturbed our front door
entrance, building a new and more modern front into our
store, we have inaugurated a Side Door Sale. The object
of this sale is the public should grow better acquainted
with our store entrance on 18th street. To make this an
nouncement doubly attractive and worthy of being called
a sale, we are selling
Men's and Boys9 Suits ana Nobby Spring Overcoats t
at Greatly Reduced Prices.
You will find among these Side Door Bargains just such
a Suit or Overcoat as you are looking for at a much
Lower Price than you expected to pay. This is probably
the first opportunity you have ever had of attending a
Side Door Sale, but you will find it a decidedly profitable
You can iind on display
at our store tbo largest
- and finest line of spring
suiting and overrating
in the city.
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Call and See Oar Line. Prices Y
Style, fit and work
manship fully guaran
teed to be the best.
J. B. ZIMMEE,
182S Second Ave,
MEET ME AT THE
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