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THE ARG-US TUESDAY, OCTOBEE 28, 1902
Fair iind warmer tonight
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature 7 a. m. 34; at
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
Adams for your shoes.
Adams for your shoes.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
Union made shoes at Battles.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
For real estate and insurance, E.
Try Adams $3 shoe for men; all
leathers, all styles.
Heavy winter pants at lowest prices.
Try Ullemeyer & Sterling1.
Boys' reefers and overcoats, $1.98
and $2.35, at I'llemeyer & Sterling's.
Underwear, underwear at Ullemey
er & Sterling's, 1724 Second avenue.
The Leader's line of work shoes at
from $1..V to $2 is more complete than
You should see Adams' $4 latent
colt skin shoe, gentlemen; '.hey are
Buy your Christmas rvesents at the
Woman's Relief cur, ha.unr Oct. 29
The $2..0 and $3 ladies" shoes are
the up-to-date kind. All styles, at
We carry a large assortment of
school shoes and ones that are relia
Adams $3.."0 "Emperor
are the depemiable kind.
ers, all styles.
Trinity guild will meet with Mrs.
I)e Santo on Twenty-third street. t
delivering a package, and ran east to
the Hock Island depot, There it was
stopped with little damage.
The Tri-t'ity Press club will hold a
supper and business meeting at the
Kimball house, Davenport, next. Fri
day evening, beginning at G:30. The
president of the club will then" an
nounce the committees for the ensu
Hubert Smith, formerly operator
for the St. Paul road in this city, has
accepted the position of night oper
ator at the Twentieth street depot on
the Hock Island, filling the vacancy
left by the death of Sterling Ship
man. A scattering crowd last evening
greeted Joseph Wanhope, of Chicago,
the socialist speaker sent here to ad
dress the followers of his party.
There were also addresses by Paul
Henneberg and other local socialist
John Hazard, who several weeks
ago was appointed substitute mail
carrier, has been appointed clerk in
the money order department to take
the place of DeForrest Don. The lat
ter has resigned to accept a position
in his father's store.
Mrs. Joseph Fitzpatrick and fartiiy
desire to express their thanks to
friends and neighbors, lodges, board
of supervisors and county olheers for
kindness and sympathy shown them
in the;r late bereavement; also for
11- oeautiful floral tributes.
The city council met this afternoon
for the purpose of going over the
ground covered in the plans present
ed at the last meeting by City Engi-
neer Treichler for the construction of
a sewer system reaching the southern
part of the city west of Twentieth
Do not defraud yourself of a good
course of winter entertainments by
neglecting to purchase seats for the
V. M. C. A. course which opens tomor
row night. There are good seats in
all sections of the house still uutakeu.
Every seat should be occupied for
The Ce of the Right Foot.
That the right foot Is. like the right
hand, ordinarily more mobile and at
the same time stronger than the left
might le attributed to the more fre-
The Woman's Belief corns will I
serve a hot supper from . to 8 at i qnent exertion of this side were It not
Memorial hall Oct. 20 for 2.1 cents. . j that the peculiarity Is said to extend
t t -r. , . . , ! Itself even to the constitution, and the
Dr. I B. Enms, physician and sur- . ,eft estremlties are a88erted to be more
geon, also cancer and skin specialist. . Uable tQ disease thau tue rIght Tne
Office. 3034 twentieth street. , more d,fflcult movements In stage danc-
Don't forget the Woman's Belief jng are usually executed upon the right
corps bazaar and hallowe'en enter-! foot, and it Is generally considered
tainment at Memorial hall Oct. 30. that unless double practice bo accord
Con e and have your fortune told I ed to the left leg an ungraceful prefer
;bv"the palmist, past, present and fn-1 enco for the right will be shown by
ture, at Memorial hall Oct. 20 and 30. j the dancers In. their public per for ni-
Better buv vimr ticket for the V. M. i an,es ,, , "
. "!., i, ... :. i Most people tread more firmly with
(. A. course. It is just as cheap in ' . , , ; ' . , ., , ,. . .
.. , .i-ii- the r gut than with the left foot. There
the long run as to buy single annus- "
h J seems to be a greater capacity for pro-
S!on' polling the body with the right foot.
The Remnants and Farmers are toj Fr0m this the horseman springs, with'
.meet in a bowling match at the Hock uJg left ln the stirrl,p, and unless left
Island Club alleys this evening aV ?i ; handed no boy in his play hops natu
o'clock. I rany Upon the left foot. Pall Mall Ga-
Buy your coal hod. coal shovels, i Zette.
pokers, stove p'j-e ami -.. beards!
at Brookman s. Thev are selling j OnoJUwryot Ando-lndUn Uft.
them cheap. " ! Everv night at dinner the Anglo-In-
' ' ... . , idian holds a kind of levee. The In-
Attend the dance at Hice s hall, cor i . . . . . . , . ,
. , . ' . i sects which attend dance gayly round
ner Ih.rd avenue and J.fth street. :the flnd one has tQ watcu ones
Wednesday. Oct. 29. (,ood music. Ev-: pJate aQ(1 glags carefully ,est some of
?rybody invited. ; the Insectg sbouid dance into them.
Overcoat weather has arrived. Tr j There Is one Insect a little, flat,
Ullemeyer & Sterling for exceedingly ; brown, shining creature which emits
good values and the new "shape-re- j the worst odor In the world. If one of
taining" styles. j these touches your food, the w,hole Is
County Supt. Ferguson announces : tainted and rendered inedible. You
an examination for teachers to be dare not kill these pests, for if one be
held at his office Friday and Satur- 6quashed the whole room becomes
dav Nov 7 and 8 filled with its disgusting smell and Is
The Memorial Christian Endeavor uninhabitable for the next half hour
o.;.. . .-it, i . So these abominable Insects fly about
.tijv n i p i i rn i .i 'i. i u i i 1 1 1 ..i in , t v 1 1
ing. Oct. 28, at the church. Come and
have a good time.
(iraceful and perfect from top to
bottom are the new overcoats that
Ullemeyer & Sterling are selling at
$a.0., $10.30, $12.50 and $15.
For men working in lime or any
work requiring a waterproof shoe oui
russet grain Creedmore at $1.75 is
just the thing. The Leader.
The Central Presbyterian guild will
meet with Mrs. Francis, southeast
corner of Ninth avenue nnd Twen
tieth street, tomorrow afternoon at 3
The First Swedish Lutheran church
will give a reformation concert Wed
nesday evening. Oct. 20.. Mrs. Edla
Bund and Prof.'1 f. L-'Krantz, from
Augnstana college, will take part. Ad
mission, 15 cents.
A 'runaway took place on Fifth ave
nue yesterday afternoon. One of Mc
Cale & Co.'s delivery horses became
frightened near Twenty-third street
in the absence of the driver, who was
under GEU3JULK LAW6,
is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Backache, etc.
DR. RICHTER'S Wortd-Rraewae
I None genqine without Trade Marfc ABchor.'
I What one physician out of many testifies
New York. July 20 tl 1897V
Nothing to beatDr.Richtem
VNCHOR'PAIN EXPELLER. Have
used it in mv own family in
casas of Lumbagoand Neural
gia and found it a specific.
J, - 218 HENWVST'
25c and 50c at all druKgisU or through
F. Ad. Blektar CIS Pearl St, Hew Xoiki
X. Becommandea &a prominent fhn.
1 r a - A - m M
with Impunity while the poor Anglo
Indian must perforce look helplessly
on and Inwardly sigh "Spero meliora."
London Saturday Ueview.
The Union Jack.
British newspapers complain that
Englishmen often bang the union jack
To ascertain which Is the "top" and
which the "bottom" of a union Jack
look at the diagonal red cross (the
cross of St. Patrick), and you will note
that the white "edgings" to It. which
are really the diagonal white cross of
St Andrew, upon which it Is placed,
are much broader on one side than on
The flag Is right side up when both
these broad white "edgings" are above
the red diagonals on the side next to
the pole, whereas if you get the two
narrow "edgings" of white on the top,
on the side next the pole, your flag Is
Attention Cnart of Honor, No 81.
Members are requested to attend a
special meeting for the initiation of
new members at Woodmen hall Fri
day evening, Oct. .11. at 8 o'clock. Hy
request. C. C. KIKSCU.
J. II. Kerr, Jlecorder.
Parties desiring to secure offices in
the new London building are invited
to confer with the owners. Offices
with steam, sanitary plumbing and
ventilation and contain every mod
ern improvement. There will be three
suites. Sax & Rice.
Ran n Ten Penny Kail Throoch His Hand
While opening a box, J. C. Mount,
of Three Mile liay, N. Y ran a ten
penny nail through the fleshy part of
his band. "I thought at once of all
the pain and soreness this wound
would cause me," says he, "and im
mediately applied Chamberlain's Pain
Balsam and occasionally afterwards.
To my surprise it removed all pain
and soreness and the injured parts
were soon healed." For sale by all
Women's Wash Kid
A clever maker, who had been
experimenting- for a long time,
Anally perfected a kid glove that
will wash as well as cotton.
He calls It the "Marvel" and
The skins have been chemi
cally treated, so that the pores
are close and fine don't get
dirty, to begin with, as quickly
as most gloves.
But when they are soiled you
can wash them off with a
sponge and pure soap, nans
them up to dry and have a pair
of gloves as good as new. .Pique
Sewn, $2. White, pearl, mode
and tan. '. .
If AYTIF (HIT I?Dir AHMQY Al-L aesthetic home-
MAKERS CHERISH 00a
CHOICE FOR $1.00 PAIR
First, a $1.23 Cape glove, a
heavy 1 button CI flA
shopping glove OlavU
Second. Mocha gloves, a $1.25
line 2 button glove,
all good colors
Third, our $1.25 Suede, f AA
2 button all colors ..laUU
Lace Curtains. They are to adorn, to enhance and make cheerful the home. Our mission is
to supply the most beautiful and effective Lace Curtains and Draperies at the lowest possible
prices. How well we are doing this is demonstrated by the following attractive lines offered
below1 "which, however, are only a sampling in comparison of the immense variety we always
have for your inspection. The lines now are unusually complete, and if you are in need of
Lace Curtains or Draperies we can interest youj
(Thl!BP&ttal I Punc When irresponsible Oriental peddlers drop in town for a few days you take big chances of getting your
HI llllCUl lAftvUJjS money's worth. Nothing is harder to get at the real value of than Oriental Rugs, hence it is good bus
iness sense to buy from a responsible house and get value received. We buy our Oriental Rugs outright and carry the largest and best
collection at from $10 up to $100.00 each that you'll find anywhere. If interested come in, let us show you our line.
Lace Curtains From 37i Cents up to S3S.O Per Pair
Nottingham Lace Cur- 07 !
tains, for, pair JI
Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3Vfc yds.
long 60 inches wide Overlook
Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3V yds.
long 60 Inches wideoverlook
edge, plain center design, plain
center with Fleur de Lis center
floral design border, all over
floral design, etc.,
,11 v r
Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3 yds.
long 60 inches wide, overlooked
edge, beautiful designs, cable net
centers with Imitation battenberg
design "borders, plain center und
all over dainty floral designs,
etc., varied in a dozen different
ways at $5.00. $4.50. $3.98. $3.75.
$3.50, $2.9S, $2.50, PI AO
$2.25 and 0 1.10
Imitation of a Marie Antoinette
Lace Curtain. ZVz long by 50 inch
wide, overlock edge, for CC CA
pair $6.25 and Ju.OU
Arabian Net Lace Curtains, sizes
ZVz long by 54 wide and an im
mense variety to select from, at
least 25 styles to select from.
Prices range at, pair, $30. t'O,
$25.00, $19.50. $16.50. $15.00,
$12.50, $10.50. $9.50, $8.50. $7.50,
$6.50, $5.00. $4.75
Irish Point Lace Curtains, 3M -yds.
long. 60 inch wide, a magnificent
variety of designs in plain and
figured centers with handsome
border. Prices ranging from,
pair. 515.00. down JfJ QQ
Colored Irish Point Net Lace Cur
tains. 2'2 long, 50 inches wide,
in reel, green, etc., the newest
curtain novelty. Prices range
from $10.00 pair JCJ QQ
Swiss Ruffled Bed Room Curtains
in white or white grounds and
colored figures. A vast variety
to choose from. Prices, pair,
$2.50. $1.98. $1.50, 7Cn
$1.25, y8c and I tlv
Bobinet Ruffled Lace Curtains in
white and Arabian, size, 3 yds.
long. 50 inches wide. Prices
from $6.00 pair down J j
Handsome Madras Cross Stripe Cur
tains, Oriental effects, for win
dows and doors. Prices from
j?.': SI. 25
Cluny Curtains. Brussels Net.
Rennaisance. Battenberg., etc. WE
ARE SHOWINO 500 distinct styles
ln our Lace Curtain Department
can you realize what a tremendous
stock this represents?
Rope Portiers in all colors and
shades if you want any special size
or colors you can get them here in
any of the styles we show. .
Prices of Rope Portiers range from
$S.OO down as low J J
Tapestry Portiers in all the new
est colorings and designs, among
which are some very handsome
Oriental effects. Prices ranging
at $15.00. $12.50. $10.00. $8.50.
$7.98. $6.48. $5.96, $4.98.
A beautiful line of Couch Covers in
rich handsome Oriental designs,
fringed all around, sizes, 3 yds.
by 50. and 3 yds. by 60 inches.
Prices from $10.00 down
as low as
In our Drapery Department you will
find an unequuled variety of fine
Bed Sets, made especially for
Iron Bed. cut corners, bobinet
with insertion and lace edges,
and bobinet with Battenberg cen
ter and lace insertion and edge.
Swiss bed sets with colored in
sertion and edge and colored cen
ters, etc. Prices from $12.50 set
things 4-4. 6-
10-4 and 12
? 10.00 each
4 sizes. Prices
RUGS AND ART SQUARES
We couldn't mention all the sizes
and grades we carry in rugs, but
will call attention to a few especial
ly, good values.
9 by 12 ft. Art
9 by 12 ft. Brussels C 1 r A A
Art Squares 31u.UU
Best Axminster Rug. 27 by 64 in.
size usually sell for $2.50, C AT
our price 1
Thick Cocoa Kibra Door Mats,
with red border, a tin
50c quality C
Wilton Rugs, 27 by 54, worth AQ
$150 for UOC
30 by 60 Hemp Rugs, 25C
We make Window Shades to or
der. We measure the windows in
your house and furnish estimates.
We use best materials and guar
antee all workmanship.
If you have a house in course of
construction telephone the Boston
Store and we will send a man to
talk window shades with you.
Special this week. one lot Felt
Shades, with fixtures com- J t
plete, each j
Best colors in Opaque Shades, with
fixtures complete, OCa
CURTAIN RODS AND FIXTURES
Brass Extension Rods complete,
25c each down En
White Enameled Poles with fixtures
complete at 25c 1 C n
Everything in Drapery Fixings.
We have so many new things this
season it's impossible to mention
them in the space we contracted
for in this announcement. How
ever, we can assure you that you
can be pleased here. Price from
$1.50 yard down
Get ready for Xmas now we have
Cushions by the hundreds in rea4y
to use or the Uncovered Cushions
in all sizes from 18 to 24 inches
square. Prices 25o each
The Picture Gallery.
The Frame Picture depart
ment has been removed from the
basement to the second floor.
We have a line of framed pic
tures second to none in the tri
cities the Boston Store sells
'em for less.
Blankets, Comforts, Bed Spreads, Bed Pillows, Bulk Feathers and Down you will find on the
Second Floor. Bed Pillows made to order in fancy ticking. New Mattings just in.
WARNED VON MAUR
ITEWS OF THE RIVER.
Danger Height, Change,
Station. IAn 8 a.m. 24 ftoun
test reel feet
St. Paul 14 1.9 0.1
Bed Wing 14 1.2 0.0
Beeds Landing 12 1.11 ....
LaCrosse 13 2. 0.1
Prairie du Chien 8 15 tJ.l
Dubuque 15 8.2 tO.l
Le Claire 10 1.3 0 0
Davenport is 2.6 0 0
Des Moines Rapids 2.3 -0 1
Keokuk 15 4.0 -0.3
St. Louis 80
Kansas City Si 8.2 -0.1
The City of Winona will make her
last trip of the season up the river
next Saturday, and upon her return
Sunday she will -o into winter quar
ters in the KaniKe boat yard in this
The Helen Itlair. which arrived from
the south yesterday 21 hours lndiind
the "schedule time, left at the regular
hour in the eveninr. A slight mishap
to her Tnnchinerv combined with un
usually heavy freight shipments were
responsioie Tor ner xarcuness.
'I'll. tfit- It flYirl f f-ktin n Sr lt11
were down with lojjs. The Until nnd
Winona were nlso south. J he Lynia
Van Sunt. .1. W. Van Sant, Kuth nnd
Winona went north.
The stag-c of water was 2.5. and
stationary, nnd the temperature at
noon was 43.
Only Very Few I'nblliihed.
It is not possible for the proprie
tors to publish more than a very few
of the numerous letters received in
praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Keinedy and tell
ing of its remarkable cures. They
come from people in every walk in
life nnd from every state in the union.
The following from T. W. Creathouse,
of Prattsburff, Ga., speaks for itself:
"I would have been dead now but for
the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured
me of chronic diarrhoea after seven
years of suffering1. I can never say
too much in praise of that remedy."
For sale by all druggists.
"A dose in time saves lives." Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine. Syrup; nature--remedy
for coughs, colds, pulmonary
diseases of everg sort.
Have you seen this?
The latest in ladies' footwear.
Bench made welts. The
most artistic shoe made for
ladies. We have them
just the thing for street
and all around wear. Very
We Fit Your Feet.
Men's Shoes $2.50 and
307 TWENTIETH STREET .. FOOT FITTERS
' 208 BRADY ST., DAVEOT?0RT, IOWA.
CHOICE WI1SES AND
LIQUORS 5 3 5
( -. ! -
OP ALL BRANDS AND MAKES.
OUR TRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU.
SIMON LEWIS' RETAIL LIQUOR
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third i Avenue.
'i ii i i iti i 1 1 i 1 1 1 i'i'ii"i"iii'Miiii"iiiii"i i fi
t Dr. S; H. MILLrJK,
GRADUATE OF ITXILLIP'S VETERINARY COLLEGE,
Scientific treatment of Horses. Cattle and Dos and all snrpcal
J operations performed on same. ' T
RESIDENCE 1812 FOURTH AVI1NUE. PHONE WEST 1661
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FOR. GREAT BARGAINS
In Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Clothing. Furniture, etc., call at
SIEGEL'S LOAN CICE, 32Q Twentieth street, 'l'hone brown 6G3.
E. C A STEEL,
f"M H -l A"i 11 l'l H 'l' l 1 i
L. D. MUDGE,
Central Trust and Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. lOO.OOO. Three-and-a-half Fer cent Interest Paid on Deposit
Estates and property of all kinds are manaped by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of nnd trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian nnd Conservator of Estates. i
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial 2
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others. J
'iniimi i ii m iiin imtm i it 111 iiihiiiiiimm
1608 1-2 Second Avenue
Good work and fair
prices. All work guaranteed.