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THE ABB US, TUESDAY. AIVBIIi 23. 1901
WEATHUR XTE MAT HAVE
Fair tonight and Wednes
day; but slight changes in
J. M. SUERIEIl, Observer
Today's temperature at 7
a. m.t 41; at 3:80 p
Bicycles at Hynes'.
Longley $ 3 hat at Lloyd's.
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
Bay a borne of Reidy Bros.
Wear Knox bats; at Lloyd's.
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Gasoline stoves at Wilcber's.
Columbia bicycles at Lloyd's.
Men's shirt waists at Lloyd's.
Who's your hatter? Lambert.
$2.50 shoes $1.98 at Dolly Bros'.
Crucible ware at Summers & Co.
List your property with Reidy Bros
Property for sale or rent. A. Bush
See the new cooking ware at Sum
mers & Co.
See the new walking hats at Young
Before buying your new hat see the
lice at Mrs J-a irenz's.
Cloth window shades 19 cents at
Eckhari's removal eale.
See Summers St Co's. south window
for the new cooking ware.
Buy ycur wall paper of Younjr &
McCombs, and save money.
Bay your new spring jacket, $3 75
and up. at Young & McCombs'.
SlaurhtriDr prices at Eckhari's
removal sale. See ad, page four.
I ne place to rave money on vour
millinery is at Young & McCombj'.
Briner vour wheels to Hvnes. Sev
enteenth street and Fourth avenue
Do you want to sell? List property
with A Rash & Co., room 6, Buford
Now is the time to Luv your ilowtr
and garden seeds at Young & Mc
Leonune uuer has bejun suit lor a
divorce from Gentile Uuer, alleging
Trinity guild will meet at the home
of Mrs. Henry Curtis at 3 o clock to
Have yon seen those red heads and
blue heart, the very Utest in bicycles,
at David Don er
The Hanan shoe for men, the uest
on earth the leader sole agent. Op
posite tne Uarp3r house.
Leonard Cleanable refrigerators and
Qoickmeal gasoline stoves, the world's
best, at David Don's.
There is to be a full rehearsal of
"The Pirates of Penzince" at the
Associated Charities rooms tonight.
if it is pictures von are to purchase.
go to R. Crampton's art department
ana yoa will hnd something suitable
Miss Ruth Clarice Barnard, of Mo
line, and Archibald lleeeler. cf Wila-
mette, 111., are to be mariicd May 9.
, For your supplies of fresh river tinh
call on II. Lorenzen & Co., 2125
Fourth avenue. Fresh stock received
The Douglas shoes are union made,
every pair guaranteed $3 $3.50 and
$4. The Leader, opposite tne Harper
We will sell five do.en heavy screen
doors to save moving at 59 cents
apiece. Now is the time to buy
For real estate and reliable insur
ance calf on nail & liemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building:. Tele
The overcoat found by the police at
the rear of Armory ball has been
claimed by August Pofhal, of 2731
If you need a bicycle this year it
will pay you to see the sky high
t;rescents ami xellow i-ellows at
Visit our ladies' suit department
Wednesday and Thursday. Special
inducement oi manufacturer's line
Young & McCombs.
uev. w. u Drown nas resigned as
paitor of the Presbyterian church of
Coal Valley. He has been in
of the church six years.
Nic Claussen and Miss Clara Later
mann, both cf this citv, were married
Saturday by Rev C. A. Mennicke, of
toe German Lutheran church.
Special showing of manufacturer's
nian-tailortd suits. You can save
from $2 to $5. All day Wednesday
and Thursday at Young & McCombs'.
The furniture store of Clemann &
Salzmann will be closed tomorrow
from 2 to 4 p m on account of the
funeral of the late Harry G Silzmann.
Tho Creecents and Heinegabublic
played another game of bat kt tall t
the Armory hall last evening, in which
the latter retrieved a portion of their
shattered reputation, although they,
v ere defeated 20 to 11.
Christian M J. lianrhaw, of this
city, and Miss Margaret D rot by Junl,
cf D.ivenport, were wedded by Jus' ice
Schrotder at bis c iKeeyesteiday after
New moulding for picture frames at
B. Cratnpton & Co's. made by J. W.
Gillls & Co., of Rochester, N. Y.
Biing or send your pictures; they
will tix them to please' you in style
Crucible cooking ware and what it
means, i'ure food, better tnan gran
ite or porcelain, burning and sticking
obviated, saves its cost within from
one to three weeks. For sale by Sum
mers & Co.
Go to R. Crampton & Co. for new
wall paper. They have all the late
patterns and colorings. Prices to suit
evervbedv. Aho aeents for Alfred
1 en s complete line of modem art
hangings, lteliable paper nangers in
charge of the work.
The musical department of the
academy of the Sisters cf the isita
tion has been provided with a beauti
ful new Bauer trrand piano, wnicn nas
been installed at the Villa de Chantal
The instrument was purchased
through the Schlegel-McNevin Piano
company, of Davenport, and is tin'
ished tu rich mahogany. Its power
purity and sweetness of tone stamps it
as undoubtedly one of the finest in
struments in this section of the coun
MEETING IN MOLINE
The Rock Island District Mission
society of the Illinois conference of
the Lutheran church holds its regular
monthly meetiDg in Moline today and
The district includes all of the con
gregations in this vicinity. Among
those present arc: Kevs. L bwanson,
New Windsor: V. betterdanl. Ana-
over; A. JvJzren, upneim; i. j. irc-
diue, Orion; P. Martinson, Cambridge;
P A. Edquist. Geneneo; J E. Uolzt.
Prophetstown; C- E. Slatt and J. G.
Dahlbeirr. Rock Island, and J. T.
The session opens this evening with
services at tne oweoisa iutneran
Tomorrow will be given over to a
discussion of a subject taken from the
hrat epistle of St. Peter, lirst chapter,
3d to 5th verses inclusive. 1 he ses
sion closes Wednesday evening with
services at the church.
MALL TEAM TAKES
RUN ON THIRD AVENUE.
Henry Wehlinsr and Guy Butler
were driving about town this mora
ine with the little wajron and team oil
-9 Vi I
small ponies owned by Gin Wehling,
the former's father, when the animals
became frightened by a street car and
ran away, dumpioer the boys out mi
turning a corner at Tenth street and
Third avenue, and dragging the But
ler bov. who was drivins. about half
a block on the pavement He held to
the lines, however, and finally stopped
the runaways. Neither of the boys
was much hurt, bnt the wsgon
smashed to smithereens.
5 DEATH OF WILLIAM THIEME.
A war After Two Weeks lllsril
William Thieme died at 5:45 this
morning at his home. 1215 Seventh
avenue, after h 2-weekt' illness with
pneumonia. He wai 4b years of age
and leaves a wife to mourn his loss
The funeral will be at 2 o'clock
Thursday from the home.
Funeral servhes for Harry G. Salz
mann, whose death was chronicled iu
yesterday's Ai;us, will be held at tne
home cf the parents Mr. and Airs. L
H Salzmann 2504 Seventh avenue, at
3 p. m. tomorrow. Harry had been
ill of a bronchial affection for several
months, the maladv resulting from a
severe cold contracted while a student
in the business department at Augus
tana college. During the winter he
was taken to Colorado and at first
seemed to improve, but another cold
set in, his condition grew rapidly
worse, and eailv In March he re
turned home. Harry was aged 18
vears and 6 months. lie was a
bright boy in school and also a talent
od musician, being an exceptionally
fitie pianist for one of his years. He
is survived by bis parents and two
brothers. Arthur aDd Roy.
Paul Kustie, an old resident of Coal
Valley township, died last Friday
The funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon st the Coal Valley Pres-
John Aswege, a well known resi
dent of Moline, died suddenly of apo
plexy last night.
A Bargain Chance
In Art Squares
Now is the Time
To Buy Your
Ever Published this Spring in this Section Come and see the Truth of our Assertions We will not Pledge Ourselves to
Give Such Values next Week as We have to Offer You for this Week's Buying.
Ingrain Carpets, all wool as low as 50c
I Fine spring edge couches, rococo frame 8.00
Solid oak Center Tables, 24 inch top $1,50
I Pretty Ingrain Carpets, as low as 25C
Handsome Bedroom Suits with large bevel-edge
Japan Mattings 10 C
Oak glass Cupboards, this week 7,50
Rattan Baby Carriages, rubber tires 6.75
Solid Oak extension Tables, 24 in. Top 5."90
Elegant 3 piece Parlor Suits as low as 15.00
50 different patterns of fine Velvet Carpets as low
Solid Oak Chiffoniers, this week 6,75
Comfortable tufted couches as low as 4,50
T T" 1 , . ,
nuu oeus, orass inmmeu, any size 2,50
Solid Oak Sideboards with French plate mirror 12.50
There is irreputable proof that these offerings are far below all others We must have the room You need the goods So what is the mat
ter with our meeting and deciding the question while the opportunity is open? Many have already done so and the mutual results are
highly gratifying. This week is the week for you to BUY FURNITURE BUY CARPETS BUY CURTAINS.
I -nw- w. S. HOLBROOK
of Fruit and Vegetables in
the city can always be found
at Hess Bros. Read below:
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Tomatoes, New Heeta.
Celery, Oyster plant,
CauliHower, Head Lettuce,
Parsley, EK plant.
Green Onions, Mushrooms,
Turnips, New Potatoes,
Bermuda Onions, Leaf Lettuce,
peas. Soup bunches,
Asparagus, Green Mint,
Nsval Oranges, Grape Fruit,
Bananas, Pe ars,
Pine Apples, Florida Uranges.
Dressed Turkeys. Dressed Chick
ens, spring Chickens Uretsed
to or Jcr.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phono 1031
SPRING OPENING AT
The right styles at the right
prices Knox hats, $3 50 to
$5, Stetson hats $3.50 to $5,
Longley best $3 hat and
other hats f 1 and up. See
the new Shirtwaists' and Neg
ligee Shirts, Underwear and
WE ARE AGENT
For the Columbia bicycles.
$25 to $75. Do not buy a
wheel before seeing this line.
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup cures Cough
or Cold afc once Conquers Croup,
V.'hooping-Cougli and Mcasle-Coajru
without fail. All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Ilccrseness, Clrippo, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, euro results.
Price. 15 cents. Rrfu-e the dealer- si)1stitute.
Always cures vhen others fail.
Cr. Hull V'JU ezre Constipation, bo pills toe
Borsa Is MIrsIds;.
Dave Young, who lives on Twelfth
avennc and Tbiitieth street, reported
to the police today that bU bay mare
had betn taken from tho 6table dur
ing the night and cou'd not be found.
Whether the animal was stolen or
merely borrowed by some of tie
neighbors appears to be au ' op n
Iowa nlmost from tbe date of its
admission has been called the. Hawk
eye State. Ilawkeye was the name of
a noted Indian chief, who in the early
days caused uo little trouble alons the
western border of American civilization.
You can find on display
at our store the largest
and finest line of spring
suiting and overcoating
in the citv.
ice Our Line,
When yon sell an article by weight,
remember that other people have
scales. Atchison Globe. I
D'rhthiria, core throat, croup. In
stant r-lief. pirtDMitnt cure. Dr.
; Thomas' Electric Oil. At any drug
Style, fit and work
manship fully guaran
teed to be the best.
J B. ZIMMER,
1823 Second Ave, Rock. Island
Come and see the Qur Boys' Cloth- It does not cost
spring beauties in
, , , t ing will please much to clothe
Children s Cloth-
mother. the Boy here.
Pretty Russian Bright, fresh and A swell line of
Blouse Suits with comfortable Suits Sailor Suiti-some
knickers and Silk are here for the with gorgeous
Collars. little fellows trimmings.
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New Ideas in A guaranteed sav- Stand-the-Racket-Childrens
Cloth- ing of 50c to $2 Suits made to roll
ing. Come and on every Child's and-tumble-over-see.
We can please Boys are delight- Your Boy won't
you, the parent, ed with our swell cost you so much
: the boy and the line of Long Trou- if you buy your
purse ser Suits clothes here.
NO PLACE LIKE
For Boy's Clothing.