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THE AKGrUS, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902.
Partly cloudy tonllit and
Saturday; slightly warmer
J. M. SHEKIER,
Temperature At 7 a.m..46;
at 3:30 p.m., 51.
See Dolly Jlros. for shoos.
Special inducements at Dolly l!ros.
Summer shirts at Ullcmeyer & Ster
ling's. For real estate and insurance, E.
Spring lamb at Cilmore's packing
Fine table peaches 10 cents per can
at I'assig Bros".
Soda as it should be at the Harper
Spring chickens and opting lamb
Salted peanuts 10 cents pound Sat
urday night at MeCabe's.
Set 6 white pie plates 13 cents Sat
urday night at MeCabe's.
Clothes pins, 2 dozen for 1 cent, Sat
urday night at MeCabe's.
A choice line .of vegetables to se
lect from at Kuschmann's.
Plenty of fresh egg:; and dairy but
ler at llortoii's tomorrow.
Large fancy dresser scarfs 15 cents
Saturday night at MeCabe's.
Plenty of fancy Illinois strawber
ries at llcss Pros", tomorrow.
Men's ."O cenfc night shirt '.) cents
Saturday night at Me Calx-'s.
Dairy butter ','s cents per pound,
plenty cf ji, :it Kiischniann's.
Simon Lewis has everything in the
way f fine wines and liquors.
Men's all wool Dutchess trousers-$-50
at Summers & La Velle's.
Men's shirts, tine patterns, 4S cents
each at Sommers I.a Velle's.
Men's suits, new styles, at $7 and
$7..jO at Sommers t l.a Velle's.
See the new line of ladies oxfords
at .l..Vl. ami at the Leader.
LaJies line black summer skirts 47
cents Sat unlay night at MeCabe's.
There was no change in the condi
tion of Peter Pries this afternoon.
Some 2. cent fancy pillow tops 10
cents each Saturday night at Me
Cabe's. PIcnt of fresh strawberries and
vegetables of all kinds at Horton's
Styles and prices that are right in
ladies oxfords at .I..".U, 2 and at
of the city this morning, sustaining a
number of bruises and scratches, but
no broken bones.
"Black Beauty, cloth bound,
cents, Saturday night, at MeCabe's
Puy your next pair of shoes from
Battles and feel assured you arc not
paying too much.
The hard-to-tit" short and stout
men perfectly fitted in suits at I'lle
meyer S- Sterling's.
Wash goods remnants, worth to 50
cents, choice 15. 10 and 5 cents. Sat
urday night at MeCabe's.
Battles saves you 50 cents a pair on
ladies shoes at and guarantees the
wear. Now it's up to you.
Only 2 cents each for the 10 cent
bags crushed lavender flowers at Mc
Cain's tin Saturday evening.
A fish peddler, who resides in the
upper part of town, was thrown from
his rig in a runaway in the west part
Ladies shoes at heavy soles,
light soles and all widths at Battles
new shoe store. Begular $2.50 qual
ity. Attend the dance tomorrow night
given by the Woodmen of South Hock
Island at their hall.' Come and have
a good time.
Passig Bros, will have one of the
finest lisplays of fruits and vegetables
in the city tomorrow. Stop in and
order your Sunday dinner.
Negotiations which have been in
progress for some time have been
practically concluded, assuring the
city another factory in the. west end.
The Young People's Christian union
of the Cnited Presbyterian church is
to hold a business meeting at S
o'clock this evening at the home ot
D. (J. White, lllrt First avenue.
Harry Uiesenberg. vice president
and manager of the IJock Island Sash
anil Door works, has purchased Carl
llellpenstell's tine black roadster and
will ship it by boat next Monday to
his home in St. Louis.
Has a strange mysterious influence
on the human system. Brings per
sonal influence, subtle force, will
power, stamina. It charms the hu
man mind. That's what Pocky Moun
tain Tea will do. T. II. Thomas'
Perfect In quality,
Moderate In price
AID FOR TRAVELER
Circular Which It la Kxpcctetl "Will
Help Him in Custom
Washington, May 9. Stcrteary
Shaw has issued amended regulations
governing the inspection of baggage of
incoming passengers at the ports of
the United States. The secretary also
bus prepared a circular which will be
distributed among passengers on all
outgoing steamers, giving information
as specific as possible as to the rales
of duty on jtoods usually purchased
abroad by tourists, what articles may
be brought iu free of duty, etc.
Another circular will be distributed
at sea among incoming passengers,
containing forms of declarations and
other information of which travelers
usually are in more or less ignorance.
Another circular is addressed to col
lectors nml other officers of the cus
toms giving them particular instruc
tions as to the examination of bag
gage and the courteous treatment of
At Younar McComba' the Only Cash De
partment Store In the Trl-Cltlen.
17 pieces of dress goods in ail the
latest weaves, made to sell at 50, 55,
5'.. 05 and C'.ie a yard, such as granites,
whipcords, serges, pebble cloth, hen
riettas. Venetians, meltons and a
great many others. Come and see
for yourself the largest and best line
ever shown for the money. Due day
only. Saturday's special price, per
Cenlcrnieri kid gloves, f 1 .." quality,
colors only, Saturday's special, per
Base balls. We kind, Saturday's
sale price, only Sc.
Hammocks, full size, good quality,
our regular sf t .-!. kind, Saturday's
sale price, only 'Jc.
1x0 feet cotton bunting flags, war
ranted fast colors, Saturday's sale
5xs cotton bunting flags, Saturday's
sale price. $l.:U.
(let reaily for the (I. A. II. encamp
ment and buy sheets and pillow cases
Saturday at sjiecial prices as follows:
72x!o, good muslin, bleached Itcd
f 1x10, good muslin, bleached bed
sheets. 55c. ,
45x:'.(, good muslin, bleached pillow
cases, each. 11c.
45x36 good muslin, bleached, hem
stitched pillow cases, each 15e.
Indies' corded silk ties, Saturday's
sale price 25c each.
Newport model combs, worth up to
25c, Saturday's sale price. 15c each.
lnlies leather belts, harness
buckle, Saturday's sale price, l!e
T'rystalizcd Oriental camphor, 1 lb.
boxes, sale price 15c per box.
Bailey's talcum powder, perfumed.
Sc per box.
Tar soap. 4 cakes for lc.
Transparent glycerine soap, 3 cakes
in a Imx, sale price IOe per box.
Pure borax, Saturday's sale price,
per box, 12c.
Chloride of lime, per can, 10c.
50 dozen handkerchiefs, worth up
to 2(c each, linens, lace cilgcs, hem
stitched, all in one lot, as long as
they last, 5c each.
Children's trimmed hats, all in one
lot, former price worth up to 75c,
Saturday's sala price, 25c each.
Ladies walking skirt, 16 rows
stitching on flounce, strapped seams,
Saturday's secial, $2.!s.
One lot, slightly soiled ladies white
shirt waists, worth up to $1.50, Sat
urday's price, 70c.
2.000 rolls fancy embossed gilt wall
paper, former price, 12",f.c a roll. .Sat
urdays sale price, per roll, 5c.
Special on palms, to clean them up
quick Saturday, 25c each.
Heath Sr Milligan's screen door
paint Saturday at 10c per can.
A full line of liclding's filo and all
kinds of wash silks, fancy pieces, pillow-
tops, etc. essoiis free by a com
Special for Saturday Night.
Set 6 white pie plates for 15c.
Two dozen clothes pins, lc.
50e wash goods remnants, 15,
$1.25 kid gloves, all colors. 75e.
Men's 50c night shirts, 32c.
"Black Beauty." cloth binding.
Large fancy dresser scarfs, 15c.
25c fancy pillow tops, 10c.
35c hair ribbon lxiws, 15e.
Fine black summer skirts. 47c.
10c bag crushed lavender flowers.
Salted peanuts, lb.. 10c.
Stem wind and set watches, K5c.
(Inn metal case Flgin watch. $5.15.
Some lfanrains to lie Found at llronkmn'
Store on Twentieth Street. Saturday.
Pig box Searchlight matches, 4c.
Ladies, gents and children's hois
ery, just one-half of the regular price,
15c, for 7c.
2,00 bars of fine toilet soap, each,
2.000 bars if Meadow Sweet toilet
joap, 2 bars for 5c.
6 dozen hat. pins, set with stones,
Ladies solid silver watch, stem
wind, guaranteed, $3.05.
Seranton. Pa., May f). The execu
tive committee of the anthracite coal
miners has priqiosed to the operators
that the dispute Ih arbitrated. and(on
the resonse to this protsitio.i hangs
the strike question .... ....
rbwsy ' ffjf JS land and Moline that -we
C have accepted the agency
J1-" for Queen Quality Shoes
and intend keeping a full line of this
elegant shoe at all times.
These hoots and oxfords are only
found in the leading stores, and that is
why you find thern here.
The regular price is S3.00 for boots. ,
The regular price is 2.50 for oxfords.
We also carry their shoes and oxfords which retail for $3.00 and $3.50 '
This represents our
which is perfection in shoe making;
and very dressy.
G. A. PRICE. Proprietor.
1721 Second Avenue. Phone 4682.
IF YOU INTEND TO BUY A
Don't fail to inspect the Leonard Cleanable.
Everything keeps so nice, fresh and sweet in the Leonard Cleanable Re
frigerator. Lconurd Refrigerators have eight walls to preserve the ice.
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 lie city at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Is made an"casy ta.sk ty look
ing over this list. We have
everything that the market
afrorUs in the way ot vcRCta
bles. fruits and fancy btai'le
IxHIc this list over:
Mushrooms. New Potatoes.
Celery. oyster flant.
l'arsley. Ucad iK-lliice.
Soup Buncht-H. Water Cress.
Leaf Lftlucc.Turniiw, Peas.
Asparagus. Epa Plant.' Q
Caulitlowcr. Wax Means,
Carrots. New Hccts,
Poultry a.nd Fish.
Turkeys Dressed Chlcicens.
Spring Chickens ilresi-cd to order.
1CC0 Second Ave. Thone 1031,
The Town Crier
Couldn't make an announcement that
would please the public better than
when we tell them that their laundry
work will 1k done to perfection, ami
that the American Laundry can't be
competed with anywhere in the three
cities for the perfect ion of its work
on linerf. We defy competition in
this line because if there were any
better methods we would have them
at once. Try the
Cor. Twelfth. Street and
Fifth Avenue. Fhone 1236,
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AVt? arc showing :i splen
did lino of Balbriggan
Underwear in eolors and
Fine Balbriggan Under
wear, Egyptian yarn
drawers made witli
double seats, regular
50c quality at
05 cent values in Two
thread Balbriggan pants
made with French, waist
bands and double seats
of anything more annoying
than ill-fitting, poorly made
underwear during hot mid
summer weather? We have
underwear to fit men of all
sizes and shapes made of the
very best materials by the best
underwear manufacturers in
the country. Most of our un
derwear is bought direct from
manufacturers in large quanti
ties, thus enabling us to save
our customers the jobber's, or
Cashmeres, Lisle Thread
Meshes, Xetwork, Silks
arc all here. All grades
from 25c to
A sprendidlinc of Jeans
Drawers for customers
who prefer them.
wear, for those who
lind them more com
comfort aide, in Bal
briggans, hisle and Mer
cerized silks, 1.00 to
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