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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1901
Probably threatening to
night; Tuesday, generally
J. M. SIIERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 20;
at 3:30 p. m. 3 4.
Sloves at Wilchers".
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Rubbers free at Dolly Bros.
For real estate. C. B. Taylor.
For insurance. C. E. Taylor,
liotnes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
A. Bush & Co., room 6, Buford
block real estate.
The city council ho LI its semi
monthly meeting- tonight.
Special sale of tennis night gowns.
See the list in McCabe's ad.
W cents to $1.23 corduroy velvets at
73 cents a yard nt McCabe's.
Those S.W-ent wash taffetas only 09
cents at McCabe's. Be prompt.
Tin men about town are all talk
ing about McCain-s $2.o0 shes.
Lipton's tea the lest in the world
at Home Tea company sole agents.
'.', men wanted at McCain "s for 'iG
pairs men's shoes at 08 cents a pair.
Attractive offerings in bed blankets
and bed comforts. See McCabe's ad.
Th" maker of ihose misses" stock
ings stands the loss. See McCabe's
S..e the diver at the fair at the
rink tonight and every night for two
1-urjre shirred silk poke bonnets
only .2 cents this vek at the Bran
denburg millinery store.
Kerler Bros., old, reliable carpet
and mattress cleaners, 117 Seven
teenth street. Telephone 4774.
Some grand sweepstake prizes of
fered in sheets, pillow cases and toil
et !iilis this week at McCabe's. '
How McCabe's do. See ail. for com
plete outfit, iron bed. goid mattress
and woven wire springs, all for $4.0!.
For economical buyers Mrs. La
Freiiz's has the latest and most styl
ish ilesigns in fall millinery. Prices
A line sample line of 12f suits and
skirts at just one-third off on each
garment. See Met a be "s ad. for spec
imens. The November meeting of the Tri
City Press club will be held tomor
row evening at the Hotel Summers.
The board of Woodmen directors
adjourned Sat unlay evening ami -all
but Director Murphy returned to
You can get a cab day or night by
calling up Allie Stephenson's cab
line. Day calls No. 1373 Black.
Night calls Crown restaurant.
Shiloh regiment .. 2. I". V. U.. has
adopted resolutions deploring the
death of A. Skinner, a member of the
regiment, and sympathizing with the
Sheriff Coulson. of LaSalle county,
was in the city today looking for a
party who had violated one of the
state laws that are usually enforced
in his bailiwick.
(leorge Warner reported to the po
lice yesterday that a basket con
taining the family washing had been
stolen from his home at Seventh ave
nue and Ninth street.
The case of M. I. Morris against
Mrs. KIlu (iodfrey, which was set to
come up for today in the circuit
court was settled privately, the de
fendant paying the cost.-'.
The fourth annual ball .of the
.loiiriievmen Barbers" local union No.
li:s, will be given at Industrial hall
Thursday evening. Dee. 5. Bleuer's
orchestra will furnish music.
The liurcl l-'orty-tive club played
the lirst in its winter series of games
Saturday evening. Pierce Kean and
Capt. .loliu O'Connor defeating John
Ainsworth and David Fitzgerald.
Mothers cannot afford to miss J he
opportunity offered by the sx-cial
sale at the Brandenburg millinery
store, this week, of bonnets for
babies and children of larger growth
A force of men today braced up the
weak bridge leyond the toll-gate at
Milan. The floor had become badly
sagged. Propositions for permanently
repairing it will le before the coun
The ladies of the Broadway church
will give their annual supper and sale
Thursday of this week, in the church
parlors. The sale will open at 3:00
p. m. and an oyster supper will lie
served from 5 to 8 for 25 tVnts.
The horse attached to the wagon of
a scrap iron gatherer beeame fright
ened at a switch engine on Fifth ave-
A wonderful powder of rare
merit and unrivaled strength.
nue today and backed his load into
a passing Fourth avenue car. break
ing out three of the car windows.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance union will hold a parlor meeting
at the home of Mrs. Marquis, 72G
Twenty-third street, at 2:30 p. m. to
morrow. Subject, "The Belatlon of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union to other Organizations."
Th program at the Industrial fair
at the Bock Island rink tonight will
consist of Anderson, statue- posing
Oberlander, contortionist; Shank's
moving pictures, and Capt. Louis
Sorcho's exhibition in the large
gjass tank of water.
Forty members of Loras council of
the Knights of Columbus of the three
cities went to Keokuk on a special
car Saturday evening to assist in
instituting a new council of the or
der there. They returned this morn
ing over the Bock Island route.
By the will of the late Frederica
Schmidt, which was probated today.
the testator leaves all her projerty
to be divided between the husband.
Conrad, and the sons John and Jo
seph Ilolzhanimer. The four (laugh
ters. Wilhelmina, Matilda, Elizabeth
and Julia, were left $1 each.
The funeral of Calvin Coopnian
was. held from the home on Forty-
sixth street Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Services were conducted bv
Kev. J. B. Butter and the interment
took place at Chippiannock. The
palll-earers were members of the
Woodmen of Sears to which the de
Commodore Charles Mellugh left
this morning with his yacht, the
Mary Me, for Clinton, where the
craft will be put into winter quar
ters. The intention had been to
make the trip yesterday, but on ex
amination it was found that the
pipes of the lat were frozen and it
required all day yesterday to thaw
Sir Bobert Ball, the eminent En
glish astronomer who has been se
cured bv the Tri-Citv Press club for
a lecture on "Time and Tide," Dee.
12 at the Burtis. has a prominent ar
ticle in ' yesterday's Chiiigo Ameri
can showing that the clays are grad
ually growing longer and will reach
25 hours in the course of about 4.-
The patrons of the Tri-City Bottled
Milk and Butter company have receiv
ed their first checks, and are greatly
pleased with the rsult. The milk
furnished by Charles Lamb showed a
test of a little over R's jmmiixIs of
butter fat to the hundred pounds of
milk, and the receipts were $1.4 jht
hundred. The daily shipment fnun
this point is now about 500 pounds.
but will largelv increase. There is
llso a move on foot to put up a plat
form near the Charles George place
for the accommodation of patrons in
that neighborhood. Albany Review.
The news dispatches bring from
Indianapolis a story of considerable
interest to Bock Islanders, Simon
Burns, formerly of this city, after his
reelection to the position, having
been deposed as general master of
the Knights of Labor. Mr. Burns, in
the few years he has taken part in
the executive councils of labor, has
done more for the good of the cause
than any of his predecessors, and
those of the Knights of Labor re
sponsible for Saturday's action at
Indianapolis doubtless will live to
regret their breaking of ties with
Mr. Burns. He still remains the head
of the Glass Workers' association.
SHOES AND RUBBERS FREE
Take Yonr Cholre t Our "eleventh Annl-
xenuirT Shoe Sale
With every pair of shes bought
(cash) from $1.9S up we will give you
your choice of a pair of new rublcrs
to fit your shoes or a pair of shoes.
Commencing Nov. IS and ending Nov.
23. " DOLLY BROS.
Voiuiir & MrCumlm' Turday ShI-.
Navy blue calico, per yard. 3
Melton cloth, for skirts, 30 inches
wide, Tuesday's sale, jht yard, 25
100 pair genuine French kid gloves,
former price $1.50, Tuesday's sale
price. 75 cents.
Stick pins, beautiful settings, worth
5 cents, sale price Tuesday. I cent.
loo-piece decorated dinner sets,
our regular price SH.'.iS. sab; price
Mrs. Potts' sad irons. 3 irons,
stand and bundles, Tuesday's sale
price, till cents.
Gold plated cuff buttons, worth up
lo 50 cents, your choice Tuesday for
Boys' Minderwear, extra heavy, sale
price Tuesday, 17 cents.
25 ercent discount on all walking
The Tri-City Fleet rie Sprinkler
company will fill your cistern. Leave
orders at C. N. Danielsen, No. 1714
Third avenue, or telephone No. 1055.
office of Sprinkler company with K.
V. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va.,
druggist, writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfac
tion. My customers say it is the best
remedy for coughs, colds, throat and
lung troubles." B. II. Bieber and
llartz & UBemeyer.
Lady Why don't you quit licaglns
and become one of the working iieoplc?
Trainn WelL mum. cf I alu't work In
people, di n. I dunuo who is. Chicago
What you keep by you yon may change
and mead, bat word once spoken can
never fee recalled. Roscommon
We offer a special line of Enamels and Patent
Leathers in the, most up-to-date styles, Ileavv
Soles, Extension Edges, and Genuine Welted Soles, the equal of any shoe for style, and jjq -q
a trade getter at the price. sOi lO
Union Stamp Shoes
In Box Calf and Vici Kid. up-to-date styles, and o rr
honest as the dav is long, $2.00 to vOiUU
i WORKERS UNION. I
factory K? J
It Makes No Difference
. If you liave a dollar or twenty to
invest in groceries .. Tlie best place
to buy your groceries is at tlie
Greenbush Cash Grocery
If in doubt consult tlie following
Holland Herring, per keg . . DOc
Homestead Sauerkraut, gal. 2!)e
Yeast Foam, per pkg 3e
Sweet Potatoes, jM?r pk 30c
1 lb. best Tea . 35c
Bixby Shoe Polish, bottle . . 8e
3-lb. can Grated Pineapple . 9c
3-1 b can Black Raspberries. 15c
3-lb can Strawberry Beets.. 9c
3-lb can Pears 10c
3-lb can Fancy Egg Plums. . 12Je
3-1 beau Fancy Table Peaches 12c
Great R. I. Corn, 2 cans . . . 15c
1-lb. can Pink Salmon lie
XXXX Coffee, per pkg 10c
8-lb. Bulk Oat Meal 25c
4-lb. package Swift's Wash
ing Powder 12 c
4 pkgs. Mince Meat 25c
Gal. can Carniel Drips Syrup 30c
Bed Crescent Flour, sack. . . 90c
4-lb. pkg. Gold Dust 17Jc
22 lbs. Prunes f 1
Stock Fish, per lb ... 8c
10-lb. sack N. Y. Buckwheat 82c
Wetmore's Best Chewing
Tobacco, per lb 40c
19 lbs. Granulated Sugar .. $1
1-lb. can lest Baking Pow
Cornstarch, jier pkg 5c
Hoffman's Kicena, per pkg-. 5c
Lange & Heitmann
270 6 SEVENTH AVENUE.
ARE YOU n?
THE ONE tne pfaco
where you would jret tlio
best aud freshest poods 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.
Read their list:
Pressed orinn Chicken.
Turkey D.eiscd to Order,
Cali Torn I Grapes,
Apples by barrel.
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031
21 ji-iK ;
Table Silver for
Thanksgiving . . .
Should lie bought now. Look
over jour silver, and, if you
want extra pieces or entire
new sets, come to us. We
have laid in a fine stock es-jK-ciall.v
for the Thanksgiving
trade, nd you'll find our
prices t he lowest for the
Finish . . .
Color .. Stylo .. Fit aud
Length of Time Your
L.iupu "wears . . . .
You will find that in
these points and many
others that we always
lead. . . .
Let us show you
this week . . .
Cor. Twelfth Street and
Just as Soon as the Long Goat for Ladies Came
in Vope, the ion's Ooats Stretched About
Half a Yard in Length
There's reason in it; a man in a little dinky Coat
does not look his best walking beside a lady clad
in a long Coat. We were never better equipped to
sell Overcoats than now. We are showing all the
leading styles in Yokes, Chesterfields, Varsity and
all the other "doofangled" names dealers are giv
ing Coats now-a-days but the swell Coat for ,swell
The Black and White".!!
We are showing these Coats in the different lengths
and styles and makes, they are trimmed with gen
uine Venetian lining, made and fit to perfection,
and if you are looking for the correct thipg, you'll
not find it until you have climbed into one of
these stunning Black and White.
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