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TUB ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1901.
Fair tonight and Thurs
day; slight change in temper-
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 27;
at 3:30 p. m. so.
Stores at Wilehers.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Morning' Light 5-cent cigar.
Navel oranges at Hess Bros.
Cole's hot blast at YYilcher's.
Plenty of turkeys at Kroegel'Ji.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Oysters and celery at KroegtTs.
Plenty of poultry at Schroeder's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Choice Baltimore oysters at S. J.
Open this evening. Young & Mc
t'ombs. Plenty of fine small turkeys at Pas
Keep Trefz & C'o.'s anniversary
sale in min i.
I'oultry at wholesale this evening
at S.".I. Apple's.
Come early and select your poultry
at S. J.- Anple's.
iiimon Lewis for your Thanksgiving
wines and liquors.
11. Treniann's Sons' market will be
open this evening.
A. Bush & Co room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Young & McCombs open this even
ing. Closed all day Thursday.
I'oultry must be sold regardless of
cost this evening at S. .1. Apple's.
Plenty of turkeys and chickens at
II. Treniann's Sons" this cening.
For violin instruction sec Miss
Maidie A. Williams, l'JIS Fourth a ve
Choice meats of all kinds at Lill.v
lerg's new market, 700 Seventh ave
nue. Kogcr's silver- plated spoons tt'J
cents this evening at Young & Me
Combs'. Plenty of fine su-.all turkeys at Pas
Keiss drug store for cut llowcrs
niul green wreathes. Place your or
The Fleet ric Sprinkler company
tills cisterns. Telephone J0.".1, with
F. II. I iiyer.
The druggists have agreed to close
their places of business from 1 to ti
p. in. tomorrow.
Plenty of dressed turkeys, ducks,
chickens ami geese at Kruegel's mar
ket. HKMi Third avenue.
"Phone Meyer & Bchring for cut
llowcrs and green wreathes for
't hanksgiving. 4021 gren.
A full line of fresh fruits and veg
etables at 1 1 ess Bros, this evening
and tomorrow morning.
llave'your photos taken now. price
reduced for the holidays from $1 per
dozen and up at lakelier's.
Special hats for Thanksgiving at
lowest prices at Mrs. LaFrenz. Come
early for choice selections."
Kerler Brws., old, reliable carpet
and mattress cleaners. 117 Seven
teenth street. Telephone 4774.
The best wines and liquor in any
quantity at Simon Lewis' retail de
partment at wholesale prices.
Klegant souvenir for Christmas at
llakelier's photo studio. Large as
sortment of frames just received.
It will pay you to attend Trefz &
Co.'s anniversary sale all this week.
A souvenir with every purchase of
Baltimore blue points at the Del
lnonico served on the half shell "O
cents er order. Oyster cocktail 13
Order your Thanksgiving turkey
at K roe gel's market. 100G Third ave
nue. 'Phone orders given prompt at
tention. The monthly devotional meeting of
the Woman's auxiliary will be held
at Trinity rectory at ":.;o Friday af
ternoon. Plenty uf fresh dressed turkeys,
chickens, ducks and geese at iless
Bros, this evening and tomorrow
The luncheon ieriod at the Harcr
lionise tomorrow will last from 12:30
to "::;o an I the dinner vriod from
ti to S p. in.
You can get line cuf flowers and'
green wreathes delivered by tele
phoning Meyer & Behring. 4ril green.
Fresh Baltimore shrimps ami blue
jMiints on the half shell at the Del
monico 20 cents jer order. Open
day i.nd night.
A large company indulged in the
game of skat at Turner hall last
evening, the honors being carried off
Th only high srad Baking Powder
made at a modarata prlca.
by John Ohlweiler, Gustav Stengel
and 1'eter Schleutt-r.
All poultry must be sold. We have
a nice lot of young, plump turkeys
left, which must be sold toinght
them at Schroeder's.
The Woman's Missionary society of
the Central Presbyterian church will
meet at the residence of Mrs." Yer-
bury Friday at 3 p. in.
The next clancye in the series of the
Rock Island Retail Clerks' union will
be given at the Industrial Home next
Monday evening. Dec. 2.
(Jo to Alfred Lillvbersrs for your
Thanksgiving poultry. The lowest
possible prices. Corner of Seventh
avenue and Sixth street.
The Gem laundry is still doing
business at the old stand apd asks
for your patronage. The best of
work, promptly delivered.
Returns of the Young Corbett-Mc-t'overn
fight will be received tomor
row afternoon at the Hock Island
Club from the Postal Telegraph com
To complete your Thanksgiving
feast do not forget a bottle of Simon
Lewis' choice wines, for sale at his
retail department, corner Seven
teenth street and Third avenue.
Why not get your .clothes cleaned
and pressed at the Conservatory Pan
itorium club. Merchant tailoring
done. First-class work guaranteed.
Call and see us. 'Phone 5021 lireen.
James, 13-year-old son of Night
Captain Barney McCabe. fell yester
day afternoon while playing with
some other uovs an;i sustained a
fracture of his left elbow, a serious
The Brake Furniture and Carpet
company ol uavenport is to give a
dinner tomorrow to the newsboys of
the three cities, 'the Argus street
sales department will be represented!
by Joe Bottari.
The Concordia Fire Insurance com
pany of Milwaukee, represented lo
cally by II. L. Schill. has settled with
A. 11. Pollard on the loss on his home
recently sustained by fire, fixing the
amount of the damage at $107.
Thv Afternoon club will hold Its
first annual dance at Armory hall
from 2 to 3:T0 tomorrow afternoon.
AM those holding invitations to the
Company A and naval reserves dances!
are invited to attend. The commit
tee in charge is composed of O. O.
llerkert, F. I. Tubbs, C. Johnson and
The vill of the late Nancy J. Cool
has been pro-bated in the cotin'f.'
coiirt. The instrument is dated
Sept. i:t. Ill) I. Ily its terms the prop-
rty of the deceased is to be divided
equally Ih'Iwccii Ihe daughters.
Amanita I-. Cool. Mary K. Block and
Anna (J. Plymire. The first named is
to be the executor of the will of her
father, whose estate is still unsettled,
and the two others the executors of
their mother's will.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving day.
The next occasion for a general ob
servance will occur on the evening of
Dee. 12. when Sir Robert Ball, the
Knglish astronomer, will lecture on
"Time and Tide' at the P.urtis oieru
house under the auspices of the Tri-
City Press club. The musical num
bers on that occasion will be furnish
ed by a quartet arranged by Prof. C.
F. Toenniires. of this city, made up of
the following: Mrs. Alice Button
At will, piano; Prof, joenniges, vio
lin: W. A. Paarmann, viola, and Os
wald Stark, cello.
YOUNG fc McCOMBS'
Sprrial for Thin Evening.
Itroken mixed candy, per pound, 3
Chocolate drops, jht pound, 10
Cream dates, per pound, 10 cents.
Perfume, per ounce, bring your
bottle, 10 cents.
Creame Marquise, per jar, 19 cents.
Colgate cashmere boquet soap, per
bar, 15 cents.
(Jents cuff buttons, worth up to 35
cents, this evening, 111 cents.
Will iet Ilrlp From Knrkrfcller.
Pes Moines. la.. Nov. 27. Rev.' TV.
M. Walker, pastor of the First Bap
tist church, says the work of ralsi.nR
the endowment for lies Moines college
is corrpleted. Ir. Walker is financial
secretary of th college, and has had
charge of the work. He has raired
JtiO.OOM among Baptist of Iowa, and,
J. I. Rockefeller will give $-".
more. The money will lie available
from other ourceB. and the total "will
amount to about ?Hi.MMl.
Towlflt- Found Guilty.
Victoria. It. .. Nov. .'7. Eucme
Brooks, an elder of Dowie'n Christian
Catholic Church in Zlon. hs been
found guilty and sentenced to three
months without hard lalor for .tiding
and abetting John Rogers, who was re
cently found guilty of manslaughter
for not providing his Infant children
with medical attendance wlwn they
were sufTerhiir from diphtheria, from
which thry died. Brooks will 9pieal.
N(W Minn nf 1 Alitor In loll.
Washington. Nov. 27. There Is a
systematic and well-organized move
ment among the lalor org.iuiz.it Ions
of the country looking to legislation
at the coming session of congress for
the construct ion at government nnvj
yards of some of the warship author
ized by congress. The secretary of
the navy Is being overwhelmed with
petitions aud resolutions of labor
union along this line.
nintorle Hattle Abbey Kolrf.
London. Nov. 27. The historic Bat
tle Abbey and the estate of ,0)o acres
surrounding it were sold at public auc
tion for cawofi. It is stated that
William Waldorf Astor Is .the pur
chaser. Karthqnalce W Very Deadly.
Indon. Nov. 27. According to a
dispatch to The Standard from Odes
sa 130 persons perished In the recent
earth. quakes a.t Erzexoum.. .. . .
Will soon occupy the mind
of the housewife. In the
meantime if you desire any
thin; in the" line of fruits
and vegetables, or in staple
"rot-cries, the place to get
them is HESS MIOS. Read,
Green Means. Oytcr Plant.
Wax Hcans. Cucumbers.
S(uah. Soup Hunches.
Head Ix-ttuce. Turnips.
Leaf Lettuce, t'olcry.
Drcssrd Spring Turkeys HresseJ
Cuickr us. to order.
1C20 Second Ave.
'. !' r:
THE RIGHT TIME
to choose your Christmas
gifts is now, lx-fore the
Christmas shoppers throng
our store and when you can
examine at your leisure the
feast of beauty that we have
provided for those who wish
to choose jewels, and rich de
signs in jewelry, silverware,
clocks, Mexican leather goods,
ebony articles and triple mir
rors." as gifts to friends or
MANUFACTL'UlXt; JKWKLKi; AND
SCIENTI1 It; OIT1CIAN.
is the line quality of work we
are turning out every clay. -
Kvery num. woman and
child that wears our work n;l
wrtises us. You see Ameri
can Laundry work every
where. It's the kind that
pleases If you do not wear
it, try it this week. We guar
antee every article.
Cor. Twelfth Street and
tf Fifth Avenue.
If You Have
Money to Burn
And pay fancy prices tor your gowns
and hats, and lots of other things,
that's no reason Ayhy you have to pay
fancy prices for your shoes.
This cut of a shoe looks pretty good,
hut it don't look a hit hotter than
our shoes, especially our Enamels,
Patent Kid, Calf and Kid Shoes for
Double Soles, Extension Edges,
all for $3.00 the pair .
Jus! as Soon as the Long Goaf
There's reeison in it; a man in a little dinky Coat
doe 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
; : i
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 thing, you'll
not find it until you have climbed into 'one of
these stunning Black and White.
2706 SEVENTH AVENUE.
ue, the ion's Goats Stretched
Hal? a Yard in Length
v TO v
No one but a housewife realizes what a pleasure
it is to get groceries that are new and fresh,
and to have them on time, too. Our fast in
creasing patronage substantiates the fact that
we please our customers. If you want to know
what real satisfaction is, give us a trial order.
Our stock of goods is now complete, and with
our present facilities every order receives our
prompt and cai'eful attention. We have every
thing necessary for a Thanksgiving dinner and
of the best quality and at the right prices, too.
Lange & Heitmann
for Ladies Game