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THE AllGUS, WEDNESDAY, XOVElMBEIt 13, 1901.
Fair tonight and Thurs
day; slight changes in tem
perature. J. M. SIIERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 37;
at 3:30 p. m. 50.
Meyers & -TJehring.
Vilcher for stoves.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Horning Light 5-cent cigar.
Winter shoes at Dolly Bros.
Bead Ilorton's ad on page 7.
For real estate. C. K. Taylor.
For insurance. C. E. Taylor.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
List your property with BeidyBros.
Stove pipe 14 cents at Brookman's.
Watch for the glove sale at Ben
nett's. $2 collarettes for $1 at Bennett's
See our special skirt bargains.
Young & Xtct'ombs. ,
The Fort Armstrong chapter sale
Order your floral designs for fun
erals at Brookman's.
Strictly fresh eggs for 13 cents a
dozen at Bartlett Bros.
A. Bush & Co., room C, Buford
block real estate.
The parlor queen Biverside base
burner at David Don's.
Stone masons wanting employ
ment see want columns.
Strictly fresh eggs for 13 cents a
dozen at Bartlett Bros.
Put in a Wei;- furnace and be eon
tent. For sale by Summers & Co.
Lipton's tea the best in the world
at llome Tea company sole agents.
Buck's stoves and ranges, the
peace maker, at Ytumg & MeConibs.
For a neat, nobby suit, clunk or
jacket inspect Young & McCombs
Collarette sale. 1th) collarettes to
le sold for $1 each at Bennett's to
morrow. Those $i solid silver, hand engrav
ed ladies watches are going fast at
25 per cent discount on walking
hats Wednesday and Thursday at
Young & McCombs'.
Drop in and get a first-class shine
for 3 cents at the new panitorium,
1909 Second avenue.
Try one of our new gas mantles;
they make a fine light; only 10 cents
each at Brookman's.
The Tri-City S to 1 club will hold
the fourth of its series, of dances at
Armory hall tonight.
In selecting a furnace why not get
the best, the Weir all steel furnace,
for sale by Summers & Co.
Old fashioned molasses candy 10
cents a pound, at the Home candy
kitchen. 2123 Fourth avenue.
Frank Stafford entertained the
Freeze Out cinch club at his home on
Thirtieth street last evening.
Kerler Bros., old, reliable carpet
and mattress cleaners, 117 Seven
teenth street. Telephone 4774.
The Ladies Aid society of the
Broadway church will meet with
Mrs. Gregg tomorrow at 2 p. ra.
Floor oil-cloth. C-4 pattern for 73
cents. Binding tacks and corners to
match for 10 cents at Young & Mc
Combs. The new Biverside base burner has
all the modern improvements for
great heat with little coal. See them
at David Don's.
Aid the Fort- Armstrong chapter
monument fund by attending Thurs
day afternoon's sale at the home of
Mrs. .1. II. Kimball.
You can get a cab day or night by
calling lip Allie Stephenson's cab
line. Day calls No. l.'!75 Black.
Night calls Crown restaurant.
Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell, of
Fifteenth street and Eleventh avenue,
are the parents of a new (laughter,
who arrived at their home yesterday.
Keep in mind the handkerchief sale
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. .1. II. Kimball. The hours will
le from. 2 to 4. Coffee and cake will
The members of the Memorial
Christian church will give a recep
tion to their new pastor. IJev. T. J.
Shuey, and family, tomorrow even
ing in the church parlors.
The Lyceum course was auspicious
ly opened last evening with a concert
by Brooke's Chicago marine band or
chestra. The audience was an ap
The. case against Al Shavis, the
eolored man who was accused of
larceny as bailee on complaint of
Mrs. Sarah Mitchell, also colored, was
Th only high erada Baking Powder
made at moderate price.
dismissed by Magistrate Johnson yeB
Ernest Set on Thompson's lectures
yesterday afternoon and Inst evening
at Harper's theatre were heartily en
joyed. The charm of his story tell
ing seems to grow with age.
B. B. Cable, president of the board
of director of the Bock Island road.
came to the city over the I'eoria road
on the private car D00 last night. The
car lay in the I'eoria yards today.
The No. 3 hose company this af
ternoon was called upon to extin
gujsh a fire in the leaves near the
powder house of Henry Darts Sons
near Twenty-sixth street on the blutf.
Tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
McCabe will sell live hundred potted
chrysanthemum plants in full bloom
at 10 cents, 13 cents, 19 cents and 23
cents, all colors. Be prompt with
We have just unpacked a fine line
of black and gilt framed pictures
which we are going to sell from 10
cents apiece up. E. W. Brookman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barton, of South
Bock Island, have issued invitations
to the wedding of their daughter.
Miss Ellen A. Burton, and Michael
HoIIman. which will take place at
their home at 4 p. m. Thanksgiving
W. H. Bowker has resigned hi po
sition as foreman of the Q freight
house :nd has been succeeded by T.
II. Lamont. The position of receiv
ing clerk vacated by Mr. Lamont has
been filled by the promotion of Will
St. Paul's African M. E. church of
Moline, has a grand rally Sunday af
ternoon at 3 o clock, Nov. 17. En
tertainments will be given four suc
cessive nights at the church, begin
ning Monday. Nov. IS. All are in
vited to come.
One of the-unusual cargoes brought
by river to the city is a barge load
of "ramrod" hay baled in the bot
toms of the lower end of the county
and shipped to a local feed house.
The scarcity of forage has given this
crop a market value.
N. Loewinger, the Elm street sa
loon keeper, was arrested this morn
ing for selling liquor to minors, the
charge being preferred by Mrs.
Sch u It, who lives in the neighbor
hood. He is having a hearing this af
W. B. Edison. C. F. Hatfield and
William Miller, of St. Louis, the com
niittee in charge of the erection of
the temple of fraternity for the St
Louis exposition of 190:, were before
the board of Woodmen directors to
day in the interests of the enterprise
they have in charge.
It doesn't pay to send your laun
dry work out of town or to some in
ferior wash house. If vou want your
work done np in the best possible
manner and ready for vou at the
time promised, send it to the Gem
laundry, the old reliable, at 1724
Third avenue. Prices as low as the
lowest, workmanship guaranteed.
Tri-city I'resbvteriaps will con
tinue their union prayer meetings
this week, and this evening will meet
at the Central Presbyterian church.
Bock Island. Thursday evening the
meeting will be held at the Second
Presbyterian church in Davenport, on
Fulton and College avenues, and Fri
day evening the union meeting will
again be held at Milan.
The monthly meeting of th
Bock Island Club last evening was de-
vot"d for the most part to routine
matters. The club committee on the
entertainment of Bishop Yon Scheele,
who arrives next Sunday for a visit
at Augustana college,, meets this af
ternoon to idaii a program. It was
first proposed that a banquet be giv
en in honor of the distinguished vis
itor, but he is opposed to banquets,
and it is now decided that a recej-
tion be given for him instead. It will
occur at the club house next Wednes
ME.. DAWES HERE TOMORROW
Candidate for I'nltrd States Senator to
Meet Kepublican of City.
Hon. Charles G. Dawes, former
comptroller of the United States cur
rency, who resigned that position to
enter the race for the Illinois sena
tor.hip to succeed Senator Mason, is
spending the day in Moline, and will
be at the Harper house here tomor
row to meet his republican friends
The marriage of Alfred F. I'ierson
and Miss Anna M. Osterman was cele
brated at 8 o'clock last evening at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Emelia Augusta Osterman. The cer
emony, which was performed by
Prof. C. .1. Sodergren. of Augustana
college, was attended by only the
immediate relatives of the . couple.
Mr. and Mrs. I'ierson have gone to
housekeeping in a home prepared by
the groom at 0"6 Fourteenth-and-a-
half street. Both are popular young
people. Mr. I'ierson having for sev
eral j-ears been emploj-cd by the
llartz & Bahnsen company.
Beturns received for the prize
fight Friday night at the American
The Club saloon at 117 Eighteenth
street has been entirely repaired and
refurnished after the recent fire and
the management will celebrate with
u grand opening Friday. There will
be a turkey lnnch afternoon and
evening and at night the returns of
the .Teffries-Buhlin fight will be re
ceived by private wire.
Subscribe for The Argus. 5-.
Leathers in the most up-to-date;
Soh's, Extension Edes, and Genuine Welted Soles, the equal of any shoe for style,
a trade getter at the price
In Box Calf and Vici Kid, up-to-date
honest as the day is long, $2.00 to
ARE YOU was
THr CTXr looking foi
I H1L VisiL. tho 1)laco
where you would g:et the
best unci freshest goods at
the lowest prices? 3 1 ess
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.
Read their list:
Wax B ds.
Apples by barrel.
Pressed Rprlntr Chickens.
Turkeys Dressed to Order,
1G20 Second Ave.
Table Silver for
Should be bought now. Book
over your silver, and, if you
want extra pieces or entire
new sets, come to us. We
hate laid in a tine utock es
pecially for tlie Tlianksgi ing
trade, and you'll find our
prices the lowest for the
Finish . . .
Color .. Stylo .. Fit and
Lciifftli of Time Your
Linen wears . . . .
You will lind that in
these points and many
others that wc always
Let us show you
Cor. Twelfth Street and
We offer a special line of Enamels
styles, and tQ flO
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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
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get all you pay for
if you buy your
winter outfit at the