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THE AKG-TJS, JfOXDAY, XOYEIBEE 11, 1901.
Threatening this afternoon
and tonight, probably with
rain; Tuesday, generally fair;
colder. J. M. SIIERIER.
Temperature--At 7 a. ra. 48;
at 3:30 p. m. G5.
Meyers & I5ehrin.
Stores at vileher's.
Wilcher for stoves.
Buy a home of Keidy Eros.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
For real estate. C. E. Taylor.
Fo.r insurance. C E. Taylor.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
List your property with BeidyBros.
A smash in millinery. Head about
it in JlcCalw's nd.
A. Kush & Co., room C, Ilnford
block real estate.
Jntlestructahle horse blankets for
$1.07 at McCabe's this week.
LiptonV tea the best in the world
at Home Tea company sole agents.
39 cents for black Ilen-raline silks
at McCabe" this week. l!e quick.
$1 tailor Kuiting-s, 52 inches wide
for 4'J cents at McCabe's this week.
Children's Tarn o Shanter cas fir
8 cents, 19 cents and 2. cents at Mc
Cabe's. Dollar ready-to-wear hat for 29
cents and 42 cents this week at M'
G-cent brown muslin for cents
at 3 o'clock every day this week at
Louis Knglin has moved to Orion,
where he has embarked in the sa
$."!.9S for heavy Melton walking
skirts worth $5.50 and $0 at Mc
Cabe's this week.
Fancy glassware, such as plasses.
sauce dishes, trays, etc.. 10 cents
each" at Brookman's.
James Conroy is reported still
alie at St. Anthony's hospital. The
chances are he will recover.
Miss Florence Lee has resigned her
position in the offices of the Bock
Island Shoe company.
Old fashioned molasses candy 1
cents a pound, at the Home candy
kitchen. 212: Fourth avenue.
The Mothers club meeting will V.r
held at the Lincoln building tomor
row afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Kerler Bros., oil. reliable carpet
and mattress cleaners, 117 Seven
teenth street. Telephone 4774.
The regular monthly meeting of
1 lie memliersliip of the Kock Island
Club is to be held tomorrow, evening.
Special lot y4 lergtli coats, very
stylish, regular S22.50. $25 and $2S
garments at McCabe's this week for
Solid silver hand engraved ladies"
watches, stem wind and set works;
they are beauties; only $1 at Urook
manV. The finest line of gold and black
fr;:med medalions and pictures, just
unpacked, from 12 cents up at
At 2 o'clock every day this week at
McCabe's. fancy and high colored
draery and dress prints for ?y.
cents a yard.
Desk Sergeant Andrew Ktzel is
taking his vacation and Officer Henry
Thode is filling his position at the
You can get a cab day or night by
calling Tip Allie Stephenson's call
line. Day calls No. 1375 Black.
Xight calls Crown restaurant.
Miss Bertha Kihl was made the
hostess at a pleasant birthday sur
prise party at the home of her sist-.T,
Mrs. F. Knox, at 513 Twentieth street,
The jury called for the November
term of the county court reported
this afternoon, that tribunal having
ln-en convened in the morning by
Oeorge Lee has resign"! his posi
tion as bookkeeper for the Bock 1s
lanrl Stair works to accept a place
in the office of the Kock Island Sash
& Door work-.
A divorce was granted in the cir
cuit court Saturday to Georgian:!
Jluntoon. who brought suit against
her husband. John X. Huntoon, on
the grounds of desertion.
It is understood that in his politi
cal tour of Illinois Charles t;. Dawes,
candidate for I'nited States senator,
will reach this county some time
next week and will remain here a day
Fort Armstrong chapter, of the
Daughters f the American Revolu
tion, will hold a handkerchief sale at
the residence of Mrs. James Bawson
Kimball, on Nineteenth street,
Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5
o'clock. Cake and coffee will be
Perfect In quality.,
served. The proceeds of this sale
will be devoted toward the building
of the memorial to mark the site of
old Fort Armstrong.
The Chicago Tribune of yesterday
contained an miquely illustrated
page story on I'rof. Ball, the distin
guished Knglish astronomer, who ia
to lecture under the auspices of the
Tri-City Press club next month.
John Taylor, who sustained a fall
from a tree the latter part of last
week at his home on Fourteenth
street, is still in a critical condition.
but is considered to le holding his
own in the race for recovery.
The sky southwest of town was
lighted last evening by a brush fire
on the tract of laud known as the
"section." five miles west of Milan.
The fire was started by hunters and
burned all night, but did no damage.
Dr. Mabie, who is a guest of Miss
Anna Kirkpatrick, gave an instruct
ive talk to the children of Irving
school Friday afternoon on the Con-
goo Free State, where she was en
gaged for three years in missionary
The laying of the double track !e-
tween Buffalo and Muscatine, on the
Kock Island road is progressing ra
idly. This morning there were 112
carloads of steel rails lving in the
local yard enroute to the scene of
Take the children to hear Brooke's
famous Chicago Marine baud at All-
gustann college chapel Tuesday at
4:30 p. m. Matinee admission 25
cents for adnlts, children 10 cents.
Kvening concert tickets can . be
bought and reserved at Harper
Just to settle a dispute with $25
on the side, there will be a race at
the old fair grounds track in South
Kock Island Thursday afternoon be
tween John Kanbarger's trotter.
Zella B., and Frank Kvan's pacer. Bay
i in. The owners of both horses ex
press great confidence of winning.
The first particulars received from
Beaumont in regard to the sort of
well that ha"d ln-en brought in on the
tri-city holding was received today
in a telegram from O. E. Cramer, of
this city, who i; on the ground. He
said the capacity of the well is esti
mated at from CO.OOO to 100,000 bar
re!: jut d;iy.
It doesn't pay to send your laun
dry work out of town or to some in
ferior wash house. I f you want your
work done up in the best possible
manner and ready for you at the
time promised, send it to the (ioni
laundry, the old reliable, at 172
third avenue. Prices sis low as the
lowest, workmanship guaranteed.
A eoloreil man came to the police
station last evening full of trouble.
He had lost his horse, the animal
having strayed vay. and he wanted
help in finding it. Apparently fear
ing the officers might prove a trifle
!;:kewarm in the search, he took oc
casion to remind tlicmthat he was a
citien of this neck of the woods and
entitled to nil that is coming to any
one, and furthermore, that he had
paid $2 in good hard cash for the
ANOTHER CHAPTER IN
RIVER FRONT DISPUTES
M. E. Sweeney opened up a new
chapter in river front litigation Sat
urday afternoon in causing to be
fenced in that portion of Eighth.
Ninth an.l Tenth streets lying be
tween the Peoria railroad tracks anil
First avenue, the three pieces of
projierty being each about 65 feet
Thf? pieces of property involved
have been vacated by the city coun
cil and Mi". Sweeney says the title,
according to law, now reverts to the
original owners, lie has purchased
the interests of part of the heirs of
the original owners and represents
the balance of the ownership. If his
claim is good the Peoria road will
have to reckon with him before
building a switch yard on the prem
ises. RICHARD CALLAHAN, SR.,
DIES AT COAL VALLEY
Bichard Callahan. Sr., one of the
oldest Odd Fellows in the United
States, died at his home at Coal Val
ley yesterday .ngeI 79. He had re
sided in Bock Island county 46vears.
He leaves a wife and six children.
The funeral will occur in Coal Val
ley at 1 p. in. tomorrow. He had
been an Odd Fellow 57 vears.
Indian Clnh or Cllcc.
C'hloaso. Nov. 11. The Indiana club,
nf ("hh-ngo. was organized nt the Great
Northern hotel Saturday night, with a
large niemlrrsklp and the following of
ficers: President. Hon. William E.
Brown: Feeretary. Hon. Charles TI.
Ieeeh. A banquet was arranged for
Tuesday evening. Doc. 10. nt which
prominent Indiana orators will nx?ak.
ruM of an Advance In Con!.
Indianapolis, Nov. 11. An advance
in Indiana coal will take place this
week. The advance will ! caused bj
a shortage, of cars and will dejeiid on
the action of the leading coal men of
the state, who are going to have a
meeting at Terre Ilntite In a few days.
At this meeting, he said, the amount
of tin? raise will be determined.
H W m Good Man to Forget.
Cleveland. O- Nov. 11. Lillian Cost
low, to get money to marry whom Boss
II. Ferrell killed Express Messenger
Fred Iine. Is o marry William Nunn.
an undertaker here, on Thanksgiving
morning. Nnnn fell in love with a
newspaier picture of Miss Cist low dur
ing the Ferrell trial.
nnt Blow KIlUaMan.
Enid. O. T.,n Nov. 11. .Joseph Carter,
aged 22. killed Ed Campbell, 44. with
a fist Wow over the heart. The mew
were fljUtlcs. '
This is "The Latest" in Ladies' Slippers and the proper thing to
wear for evening and house wear. They give the foot a veiy
dressy effect and are ornamented with a large gilt buckle.
The style" is a reproduction of the slipper worn by ladies in
the old colonial days. We offer a beautiful slipper, made of Pat
ent Calf, Gilt Buckle and French Heel,
ARE YOU WAS
THL OIN- tie place
where you would get the
best ami freshest soods at
the lowest prices? Hess
Bros, is the place. Every
thing in the line of fruits
and vegetables is new and
fresh. Their stock of staple
groceries is also complete,
liead their list:
Wax B ins,
At u- Huncbes,
Ex Plan i.
Apples by barroi.
TirBsed HprlnK Chlcen.
Turkrya Dre&scd lo Order.
Ji:o Second Ave.
of the most lieautiful designs
we are showing in great va
riety. If yon are selecting
gifts, one of these will be a
most satisfactory purchase.
We have them at all prices,
from 7c to $ ISO, and every
one is splendid value for the
money. We have the best of
the new tilings in Jewelry.
A beautiful line of Mexican
hand-carved novelties. Call
and see it.
The Most n
in Kock Island are wear
ing our work. It pleases
them .and will please
everybody who is inter
ested in looking neat at
all times. If you are not
a customer let us have a
trial package today. We
guarantee to please you.
Cor. Twelfth Street and
Phone 1236. '
$2.25 the Pair.
Is woven and stit
ched in our new
Fall and Winter
Suits and Over
coats. Never before have
we shown such ex
cellent values in
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nONT allow that young man to come near you until those
decayed and rotten, (.yes. we say rotten, for many of
them are rotten) teeth are removed. We never would have
had the courage to thus address you but for this fact. Last
week our advice to young men was being read by a lady when
she wrote immediately under. "Yes, and to young women."
On each authority we felt justified in addressing you. And
if you will call on us we will guarantee to extract those bad,
Without Pain and Free of Charge
if you have them replaced by us. Wo are permanently
located bere and warrant all work. Our honor, name and
repuation are behind each and .every piece of work done in
our ot3ce, and if you think your work has not been done
perfectly, come back. We are anxious and willing to give
you perfect satisfaction. Our specialty,
and the best work at the lowest prices. Call and let us
examine your teeth and give you prices free.
Go id Crown Dental Parlors,
Office Corner Third Ave., and Seventeenth St.
Over Tremann's Meat Market.
Our line of
are simply superb.
All the popular
styles in long and
medium long, with
and without yokes,
the swaggy, loose
back and the more
You'll find just
what you are look
ing for and you'll
get all you pay for
if you buy your
winter outfit at the