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TUB AHQT7S, TUESDAY, MAY G, 1902.
Clearing weather this after
noou, generally fair tonight
and Wednesday; cooler to
night. J. M. SHEKIEK,
Temperature At 7 a. m. oi;
at 3:30 p. m., OS.
Clear Havana, E. T. D.
Simon Lewis for wines.
Motorcycles at "ilchers.
For insurance, K. J. Hums.
15uy a home of Keidy Kros.
Homes for sale. A. Kusli & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Alaska refrigerators at Summers
For real estate and insurance, E.
'Adams' is the place for bargains in
Fine opal stick pins cents at
Pennsylvania lawn mowers at Sum
mers & Co.'s.
Soda as it should be at the Harper
Diamond wall paper cleaner
cents at Urookman's.
Fine solid gold fountain jh-ii's
cents at ilroiiknian's.
Iloger's silver plated tea spoons
cents at ISrookman's.
(Jasoline stoves at the lowest prices
in the city. Summers & Co.
For sash and door wood telephone
Lock Island Fuel company.
(lentlemcti's rolled plated watch
chain 05 cents at ISrookman's.
Simon Lewis lias everything in the
way of fine wines and liquors.
Crushed fruit with ice cream soda
at the Harper house pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C I'beihart are the
proud parents of a new h-uud son.
First, class dressmaking by Miss
Helen Sheagren, 1200 Thirty-eighth
The board of manager: of the Koynl
Neighbors opened the session for May
in this city today.
Wednesday evening at Adams'.
Men's $1.50 shoes for tl.VJ, solid
throughout, any sixe. ,
Summers X: Co. have added more
tinners to their force and can now
give any work prompt attention.
The famous lirothers I'yrne appear
at the Illinois this evening in their
aerobatir pantomime, "Fight II;'lls."
Miss IScrtha Karr. of this city, has
taken a position as stenographer with,
the Steams Faint company, of Dav
enport. lodge Adams today olTiciatod at
the wedding of Harry Spiekner ami
Mis Margaret Lippert, both of Ha
We want to remind you again that
you will save money in getting refrig
erators, gasoline stoves, lawn mow
ers, hose, etc.. at Summers & Co.'s.
Springfield, 111., and return one fare
($t.65), open to everybody, via the
11. I & I, railway, May 5th"to 8th, ac
count republican state convention.
The Wcnncrberg Male Chorus of
Angnstana college will give a select
program at the Swedish Lutheran fair
and bazaar at Turner hall tonight.
All day Wednesday Adams will sell
a ladies patent leather, cloth top
shoe, in thin or heavy soles for $l.t)S.
Voir cannot duplicate this shoe any
where less than $2.50 and $:t Just
Miss Brandenburg has returned
from Chicago with all the new ideas
in mid-summer millinery, having at
tended the displays of the importers
where all the summer models were
on display. '
In mentioning a recent real estate
deal, it was stated Mrs. M. IS. Mont-,
gomery had purchased the residence
of L. i. Kddy, at 1310 Second avenue.
It should have been said that Mrs.
Margaret J. Sehroeder was the pur
chaser. Mrs. K. K. Keynolds. Mrs. C. W.
(irafton and the Misses Case and tiold
smith entertaineil a party of their
friends at an outing party, at Capt.
.!. M. Henrdsley's "cast Ie" beside the
Hennepin canal on U:g island yester
If you are needing a little ready
cash and have no security to ofTer
except household furniture, pin no, or
horse ami wagon, see Kastman, with
Hoppo. under Savings bank. Mitchell Sr
Lynde's building. lie can get you cash
on such property at 0 per cent per
annum and without removal or pub
licity. Catherine Cirabbe, of this city, died
at the Watertown hospital last nigbt.
She Was 54 yeitrs of age and had been
undergoing treatment for a number
, Mrs. Essie Ells Siemon has been ap
pointed national musician of the Wo
man's Veteran llelief Union. Her ap
pointment was announced by Mrs.
Belle S. Morgan, the national presi
dent, at the lait meeting of the local
union held at Memorial hall.
The Tri-City Ministerial association
at its regidar bi-monthly meeting at.
the Y. M. C. A. chapel in this city yes
terday afternoon listened to a very
interesting pajn'r by Dr. E. F. Bar
tholomew, of Aiigustana college, up
on "Christ, the Discoverer of the In
dividual." The reading of the paper
was followed by a general discussion,
llayden's: great oratorio, "The Cre
ation,' will be rendered at Augustana
college, Thursday, May Sth by the
Handel Oratorio society. The follow
ing three celebrated soloists from
Chicago will take parts: Miss Mary
I. Dooley. soprano; Ben T. Hollen
back, tenor; (Justav Holmquist,
basso. Admission 50, I5 and 25 cents.
Wescrvcd seats at Harper house drug
IS THIS THE STOLEN CHILD!
Cw That Ha ltrrn IntrrrllnE the Ohio
l'oile for Three Yeitra.
Albany. X. Y., May A child alout
7 years of ago, an inmate of u charit
able institution here since April ".
when she was found alone and aban
doned on the street, is believed by the
local department of charities to be
Margaret Yintin Taylor. The child dis
appeared on Aug. o. isys, and no trace
of her was ever found. At the time
she was visiting her grandparents at
Fernbush. near Cincinnati. ., and the
grandmother and aunt admitted they
knew where the child was.
They were Indicted for child steal
ing and sentenced to serve a term in
the penitentiary- at Columbus. The
Ohio authorities have been Informed
by the Alhany jioliee that the child
has been located here. The parents
live at ISellevue. Ky.
MAYOaT&iTlTsTATE AT ISSUE
under GERMAN UWH,
is Excellent for
PAINS IN chest:
H Sides, Joints, Rheumatism, etc.
DR. RICHTEJt'S World-Ronwne
Norm Pennine without Trad. W.rfc i arhor.
aaiTonrphycian out of raaqy teube
New YorkJu ly 20 1837.
As a liniment for
relieving pain Dr. Rich'ers
ANCHOR" PAIN EXPELLER is
1 25c. aa4 CCc at ait drutzlsts or Uirougtt I
I F.aJ. JUeaterCou,l. Pearl 5 1 IfewXciK
Jl 242 W 26 "ST.
2S HIGHEST YMRB$. ,
Btcommenriad by prominent Itiir
ticinna, wnoltoi ana tteiau
nrupffiMtt. Aim tters,eic
Joiim of Tollo Will ltelt the Ountiug of
a I'uliee Hoard.
Toledo. .. May O. Mayor S. M.
Jones, who is also president of the
board of io!i(-e commissioners, has re
fused, to surrender the police depart
ment to the new hoard of police com
missioners created by an act of the
legislature !l"d appointed by Governor
A demand was made upon him by
President Knisely, of the new board,
and the mayor itositivcly refused to
grant the request or recognize the
authority of the new board. He takes
the broad ground that there is no au
thority superior to tin will of the peo
ple, and lie refuses to recognize the
right of the legislature to oust a board
elected by the people of the city. Sen
sational developments are expected-
Additional Saloon License.
Additional saloon licenses have been
issued by City Clerk SehatTer to the
following: . O. ' Negus, Henry
lionne, Charles Zeis, II. II. Docrring.
Henry Kale. .1. II. Free, Herman Vo
gel. C. II. Johnson, Fmil Tonn. Joseph
Dietz. Albert Owen. ). C. Hanson,
Herman Hanker, William Allars, Peter
Siemon. William Fink, Nic Loewinger,
Auers & Mortier. Joint Ainsworth. Ot
to Ilerner. Ferdinand (iross, John
Schwab. A. II. Liitt, W. A. Corcoran.
Charles S. Parker, W. II. llealy, Alfred
Hanielson, Johnson & Theus. Charles
K Johnson, Christian Vogel, 11. L.
Hepler, Koliert Shannon, Philip
Schaum, Thomas (irechy, August Van
Kerrebrock, C. C. Krnegcr. Julius
Lambrecht. Fred Martens, Miles Mc
Kinney. Victor VanXcste. Lewis Miz
er, C. II. Schubert, Otto Patting (-).
That Wandering l'our-Ycar-OlJ.
Ja-kson. Mich.. May . Mervin
Powell, the 4-year-ld lad who took a
ride on the Michigan Central train
"all by his lonesome' a week ago,
was preparing for a repetition of the
trip when his vagrant career vas cut
short by the police. He was in the
Michigan Central yard and was about
to clamber up into a car when the
hand of the law fell on him and he
was taken to the iollce station.
Licensed to Wed.
Harry Spiekner Havana, 111.
Miss Marguerite Lippert . .Havana, 111.
Saloon ol Ice
John C. Wheelan. the new proprie
tor of the Commercial house saloon
will gie an oetiing lunch Wednesday
evening from 8 to 12.
Mother firny'n Sweet I'owdera
For children. Mother tiray, for years
a nurse in the Children's Home in
New York, treated children success
fully with a remedy, now prepared
and placed in the drug stores, called
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children. They are harmless as milk,
pleasant to take and never fail. A
certain cure for feverishness, consti
pation, headache, teething and stom
ach disorders, , and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25c. Sample sen
free. Address Allen S. Olm&ted, I.e
Hoy, X. Y.
Has a strange mysterious influence
on the human system. LIrings per
sonal influence, subtle force; will
power, stamina. It charms the hu
man mind. That's what Kocky Moun
tain Tea will do. T. II. Thomas
"Neglected colds make fat grave
yards.". Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Sy
rup helps men and women to a happy
vigorous old age.
OPERATION TO SAVE
LIFE OF JOHN PETEES
An operation was performed at St.
Anthony's hospital today, upon John
Peters, the Moliue lad who was hurt
last week at IJrooks' crossing, in this
city, with the object of remedying
as far as possible the injuries to the
bones of the face. The patient is still
in danger of tjhe inflammation caused
by the fracture of the bones of the
face being communicated to the
brain in which case he result will
probably be fatal. - '
At Vounr McComba the Only Cash de
partment Store liithTrl-CltIea.
.".OO yards double fold fancy back
waist Uning, 20e and 25e quality, for
10c a yard.
Cheney Pros. 21-iuch printed Chinas,
cheap at 5()c yard, for ".c yard.
Cheney Pros. Princess crce silks,
the new thing for waists, all colors,
worth $1.2."i yard, for 8.1c yard.
.100 yarJs percales for 5c per yard.
25 dozen ladies ribbed vests, tape
neck, at 4c each.
Hoys and girls' "M" waists, ecru
only, all sizes, at 15c each.
Ladies' bleached and ecru knit
drawers, yoke band, G-inch lace bot
tom, 50c values, for 31e.
50 dozen men's honey comb shirts
and drawers, all sizes, special value,
only 25c each.
Canvas teleseojics, lined, full leath
er corners, two straps, 22c.
Stockinet dress shields, per pair', 5c.
Gents' shaving brushes, each, 10c.
Olivilo soaj, large cake, 7c.
Liuliet' lace turn-over collars,' ecru
and white, choice, 7c.
Ladies white waists, tucked ami
pearl buttons, fancy collar, $1.25
value, for 70e.
Ladies wrappers made from dark
and light percales, choice, 79e.
Ladies' unlined walking skirts,
stitched bottoms, all sizes, for $2.30
Children's street hats, odd lots, all
on one table, your choice, 25c.
Ladies' gingham and chambray sun
bonnets, choice, 10c.
S for 50c in wall paper department.
Leave your orders for American,
IJcauty rose plants at 15c each.
Warning. Warn inc.
Hew are of substitutes ofTered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Folej''s Kidney
Cure and Hanner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to paltu off worthless! prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that have stood the test of
years, ami thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
COOOOOO OO 0 OOOCOOCCOOOOCOO
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, ami will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. lie
fuse substitutes. For sale by all
IF YOU INTEND TO BUY A
Don't fail to inspect the Leonard Cleanable.
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Everything keeps so nice, fresh and sweet in the Leonard Cleanabla Re
Leonard Kefrigerators have eight walls to preserve the iee.
Leonard's have air tight locks and all parts are removable for cleanliness.
They cost no more than the common kind.
Call and examine the largest line in the city at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Beef is Up
I ut there is one food that gives
the strength of beef, at one
firth the cost, and its flavor
and reputation for healthfnl
ness are world renowned. It
costs Ijc a 'checkerboard"
package at our store enough
in it to supply six meals for
live persons it may help to
solve the problem raised by the
price of beef. The food in mind
For sale bv
1C20 Second Ave. Thone 1031,
Talk of the
Brin your head and let us lit vou.
DAIirFU HOUSE PLOCK.
Ye?, we make Shirts.
A Sovirce of
To tliose who love immaculate linen
is the c.xrjuisitely laundered shirt,
collar or cuff that is returned from
the American Steam laundry. No
fray, tear or gaping button holes to
make a man disgusted when dressing
in a hurry or to annoy him while
wearing his garments, but a clean
spotless and faultless shirt front, col
lar or cuff that beams satisfaction at
all times when done by
L'aundry 3 5
Cor., Twelfth. "Street and
Fif tlx Avenue. Pnone 1236.
Looking for all the latest
kinks in Spring Suits
will find what they want
at the M. 6c K.
$5- to $22.
Who have seen the
M. 6c K. new styles in boys'
Clothing are delighted with .
them. We trust that not
a mother in town will fail to
see these Spring Novelties.
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