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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1902
Partly cloudy and cooler
tonight; Wednesday gener
ally fair. '
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature 7 a. m: 54; at
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
Stoves at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a borne of Keidy Bros.
For tin work. H. T. Siemon.
Union made shoes at Battles.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
Union made shoes at Schneider's.
Goldsmith & McKee have $.1,000 to
White hats below cost at Miss
For real estate and insurance, E.
Women's felt slippers 35 cents at
Dress hats as low as $2 each at the
Guaranteed patent colt skin shoes
Best work shoe in town $1.73, union
made, at Schneider's.
You will find the cheapest fine mil
linery at Miss Byrnes'.
For school shoes don't forget Ad
ams. He carries the kind that wear.
Out of work? .eed money? See us.
Ki.h-lity L.:m .. UiU-heil A I.yn h
Trinity Guild meets tomorrow af
ternoon with Mrs. T. .1. Donahue at
2302 Kig-hth avenue.
You should see Adams line of
..2.o0 and $3 shoes for ladies. They
are the reliable kind.
You want a reliable shoe f'ir c.ld
weather. Just get into a pair of Ad
ams' "Emperor" $3.50 shoes.
Dr. I. B. Ennis, physician and sur
eon. also cancer and skin specialist.
Offioe, 303 Twentieth street.
Magistrate Johnson yesterday af
ternoon officiated at the wedding of
George Fayne, of Davenport, and Miss
Elizabeth Baker, of Cadiz, Ky., both
The widow of the late Feter Scheu
ermann wishes to express her grati
tude to neighbors and friends for the
kind offices extended during her late
Did you know you could get an Ad
ams "Emperor" $3.50 men's shoe in
velour, calf, enamel, vici kid, patent
colt skin and in all styles and Vhapes?
You should see them.
Henry Ilesler, of Muscatine, and
Mrs. Susan E. Xash, of Sears, were
married last evening by Hew II. B.
Williams at the parsonage" of the
First Methodist church.
The subject of Uev. William II. Ful
ton, who is conducting special meet
ings at the United Presbyterian
church, will be for this evening
"Hindrances in the Way."
,T. E. Jaynes has disposed of the
Delinonico restaurant and has taken
a position as Pullman dining car con
ductor on the Hock Island road. C
E. Harris is the new proprietor of the
J. W. Homier, who is connected
with the legal department of the
Modern Woodmen, left this afternooi
lor Indiana in response to a telegram
informing him of the sudden death of
We are now prepared to do all kinds
of carpenter jobbing from sidewalks
and fences to the finest furniture re
pairing. Wooden patterns a special
ty. Call or drop a card to Xo. 501
The linen sale given by the ladies
of the First Methodist church will
be held Wednesday, Nov. 12, instead
of Nov. 19, at the home of Mrs. M. T.
Stafford, the date having been chang
ed from that originally planned.
The St. Mary's church invite the
public generally to the opening of
ihelr baaar at Columbia hall tomor
row night. It win continue until Nov.
15 with a change of program every
night. Christmas presents in abund
ance will be for sale.
I have for sale 10.000 acres of tim
i '! land situated in I.iceify county.
La.. I wo miles fr!. Hi.' II. E. A V. i
K. railway, 't'le bind will eut 6.000
feet of yellow pine and 3.000 feet of
hard wood lumber per acre. Price
$7.50 per acre. net. WW ehnx- 1-ind t
any bona fide buyer. S. S. Hull.
Mrs. William J ill. of S .Nth ):..!
1st, m.. v, as iv!ji;w!i d f her iirili'!:iy
last Friday afternoon, being surpris
ed by about thirty-five of her friends
at her home. They brought along
well filled baskets. Lunch was served
and a pleasant time was had. The
hostess w;is presented a ' beautiful
Lemrad Ebb, a student at Angus
tana college, wag the victim of 'a pe
culiar accident while enroute to this
-city after visiting his home in Iowa
Sunday. He was seated near the win
dow, when someone threw an apple
at the train, striking and breaking
the glass. Fragments struck thf
young man in the face and cuts were
inflicted which necessitated the serv
ices of a surgeon when he reached
ELECTION IS Off.
She's a radiant, witching, wondrous
gem, th?t beautiful, blushing wife of
mine. She is an angel on earth, so
you can be, only take Kocky Moun
tain Tea. T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
Continued from First Page.
niittee. professes confidence In the elec
tion of four Democratic representa
tives, good chances for a fifth.
Trenton. X. J., Nov. 4. The Demo
cratic lenders predict the election of
live of the cteht new state senators
jim" forty-five of the sixty members of
the; house. Democratic Slate Chairman
Oourley expressed the belief that the
Democrats would carry four congres
sional districts, the First. Third. Ninth
and Tenth. ,
IN THE KEYSTO.E STATE
Democrat Hopeful for Pattison Q"T
Will Give Them Nothing. '
Philadelphia. Nov. 4. Ex-Judge
PMjnypacker. Republican candidate for
governor, spent yesterday at home ut
Montgomery county. Robert E. Fut
tison, his Democratic opionent, was
at his office here most of the day.
Iusurance Commissioner Durham, lead
er of the local Republican organization,
said: "As a result of the reports I
have received I predict u Republican
majority in Philadelphia of 10O.tO0.
The total may be higher. I look for
73.00O majority for Judge Pennypack
er outside of Philadelphia. The city
will send a solid delegation to both
branches of the legislature.'
Those of the Democratic leaders still
here say that there Is no doubt of Put-
tlson'8 aDilIty'ta carry the state' out
side of Philadelphia. Chairman Don
nelly, of the city committee," expressed
the belief that Pattison's vote hi this
city will be more than 73,000, which
he said will insure his election, if
the Democratic expectations are real
ized outside of Philadelphia.
Senator Quay, chairman of the Re
publican state committee, , issued n
statement in which he shows a plu
rality In the state for Pennypncker
(Rep.) of KSM35. The senator -concedes
but one of the thirty-two con
gressional districts to the Democrats
and claims that the Republicans will
have two-thirds majority in both
branches of the legislature'.
What la Hoped for lu Nebraska.
Lincoln. Neb., Nov. 4. Final claims
of political managers on the result iu
Nebraska are: Chairman Lindsay, for
the Republicans "We will elect six
representatives, the entire state ticket
and two-thirds of the legislature."
Chairman Hall, for the Democrats
"We are going to elect W. N. Thomp
son governor by approximately 10,un
majority." He also counted on four
representatives in congress, hoped for
five ami also the lower house of th-leirislaUire.
The Parson Don't you know that
smoking will stunt your growth?
The Kid Wot do I care? I'm goin
ter be a jockey anyway. Life.
STATEMINT OF THE STBIKE.
Continued Prom First Page.
pendent operator, jomeu the party una
escorted the commissioners to the min
ing village of Oakdale. near Jeddo.
Markle showed them the club hou.su
which he maintains there for the bene
fit of the men. On the run into Hazle
ton, where the breaker of No. 40 shaft
was insected. Markle. Duffy and Gal
lagher (miners' representatives) had a
spirited discussion over the differences
existing at tne Markle mines. None
of tae men at the Markle colliery has
returned towork for the same reason
as those which are keeping the men
out of the Coxe mines. Markle told
them se was running the Markle com
pany and would maintain discipline.
Vein That Has a Steep Pitch.
The entire afternoon was spent In
the Audenrietl mine. The commiHsiou
ers were lowered into the workings,
3TjO feet below, through a 1.100-foot
sloje. Due of the new "physical feat
ures',' they saw was a vein of coal
with a very steep pitch which was
difficult to mine. After they came to
the surface the arbitrators visited a
"stripping." which is a place where
the coal lies so near the surface that
the earth can be taken off with a
steam shovel, exposing the- coal and
thus making Its mining an easy mat
ter. AH the news all the time The
under GERMAN LAWS,
Is Excellent In.
PAINS in chest:
Sides, Joints, Rheumatism, etc.
uk. KiWHTtK S World-Renowned
One well-known person's letter out of many:
Knowing that Dr. RichterV
"ANCHOR PAIN EXPELLER
has received the merited
endorsement of many phy
sicians and also other peo-j
Die ot note. i cneerruiiy
add my endorsement.
New York. YsZCS ommt
Sf New YorK.
25c. and 50c at all druggists or through
F . ad. Biehtsr a Co., 1 15 Pesrl 8L, S ew York
36 HIGHEST AWARDS.
liecommndrtl by prominent hy-
ictaiu, wiUMemte ana tceiau
All the Allegations Denied.
Washington. Nov. 4. The answer of
the state of Colorado in the suit of tin
state of Kansas vs. Colorado, for the
restriction of the Use of the water of
the Arkansas river by the latter state,
was tiled In the United States supreme
court yesterday. In general. :f the
allegations of the bill of complaint are
For fans, but our fixtures 4.
are the warmest that ever
was. All kinds.
AT THE RIGHT PRICE.
W. A. R0BB & CO.,
119 Eighteenth. Street.
Gas. Electric. Com- $
JOHN E. BERGSTROM,
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring
will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
Shop Thirty -reoort Street and Fourteenth A venae. Phone 1670 West
FOR. GREAT BARGAINS
In Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry. Clothing, Furniture, etc., call at
SSIECKL'S LOAN O-u'lCE, 3'0 Twentieth street. 'Phone brown G03.
I ; .. :
VE CLOAK APS
114 and 116 West Second Street,
THE STRONGEST, MOST DEPENDABLE
AND FASHIONABLE .
LINE OF POPULAR PRICED FURS
That has ever been in this city and at much lower prices than elsewhere. That we are entitled to your patronage we can easily prove if
you will pay our store a visit. An inspection is all we ask. Our high grade qualities and low prices do the convincing.
Ladies5 Long Fur Boas.
PRICES TALK SO DO GOODS,
WHEN THEY ARE RIGHT. If our
prices Interest you. call and examine
the goods. You can compare them
with any shown In the trl-citles. They
will stand it. Material, Workmanship,
Style and Price always, all ways, the
SHAPED SABLE OPPOSUM FUR
BOA, 85 Inches long, style ' of cut.
trimmed with 6 Fur Tails, an excep
tionally good value,
ISABELLA OPPOSUM FUR BOAS,
inches long1, style CQ Q0
of cut 0v0
MARTIN FUR BOA, 100 inches lonsr.
style of cut, trimmed with 2 large and
4 small Fur Tails, an extremely pretty
and attractive Boa, 514 98v
ISABELLA FOX SCARFS, 24 and 3
yards lonir. style of Cut ut $16.98.
SABLE FOX SCARFS, 2, 24 and 3
yards long, style of cut, at C?f
$16.98, $19.98 and $L3
We show a complete line of Children's
Fur Sets. Also Ladies' Fur Muffs.
Jackets and Capes
The Workmanship is the finest, the
Materials the best and the Prices are
guaranteed the lowest.
LADIES' SHEARED CONEY FUR
JACKET, (usually called Electric Seal)
style of cut lined throughout with
Skinner Satin. This is without doubt
the greatest Fur Jacket value ever of
fered and is equal in quality to many
shown at $20 and $22. Cl Qfi
Our Price J)lJJ(J
LADIES' ELECTRIC SEAL FUR
JACKET, style'of cut. lined throughout
'with Skinner Satin, a coat well worth
$30. Our tf;i
LADIES NEW SEAL JACKET, style
of ciU. lined with Skinner Satin. Posi
tively the best value ever ' Qri
offered for the yrice v
LADIES ASTRACHAN FUR JACKET
(guaranteed full skins) style of cut,
lined with Skinner Satin, a warm and
serviceable coat, $35
LADIES' GREY KRIMMER FUa
JACKET (best quality) style of cut.
'lined with Skinnwr Satin, u coat well
worth S60. Si4
CONEY FUR CAPES, 30 inches long, 110 inches sweep.
lined with Skinner Satin
ASTRACHAN FUR CAPES, 30 inches long, 110 im-h wide,
around botton. lined with Skinner Satin
ELECTRIC SEAL CAPES, 30 inches long, 110 inches sweep.
lined with Skinner Satin :
NEAR SEAL CAPES, 30 inches long. 110 inch sweep.
lined with Skinner Satin ,
WOOL SEAL CAPES, 30 inches long, 110 inch sweep,
lined with Skinner Satin
LADIES' BLOUSE SUIT,
made from fine quality "Venl
cian Jacket lined with good
quality Satin. Seven gore
side pleated skirt with spun
glass drop, skirt, entire suit,
henutlfully trimmed with
Bias strips of satin as shown
in above cut. Comes in black,
brown, navy, castor. A suit
of superior style C 1 yf QC
and value at 01v0)
THE HANDSOMEST FALL STYLES
shown in America are here for you to
choose from. Kxclusive styles, made
to our special order by the best manu
facturers of Ladies' wear in this coun
try. Garments that have an exclusive
tone and character that places them
j-.'...ve the usual Tailor made. THE
!'. ORE YOU COMPARE THEM WITH
WHAT OTHERS SHOW THE MORE
SATISFIED YOU WILL BE TO RE
TURN HERE WHEN YOU ARE
READY TO BUY. Its this feature and
saving prices that makes this the best
patronized Suit Department in the Trl
Cities. We show over 100 styles in
Dress Suits in all the latest materials
and styles. Prices
$7.50 up to
WALKING SUITS, with Blouse
Norfolk Jackets, at $10.00.
$12.98. $14.98 up to
We make to order any size or style of
ble Skirt and
Dress and Walking
Skirts, all sizes from 32
to 46 Inches in length
and waist measures
from 22 to 36. Never
have we displayed so
many beautiful and
stylish separate skirts
. . rtnA tltnp PvprV
'II 1 t-iAur anil rnrrprt stvlf
LADIES' DRESS Skirts
made of Peau de Soles,
TaXfeta Silks, Broad
cloths. Venicians. Chev
iots. Thibits. Zlbelines.
almost any material you
can ask for, made in the very latest styles at prices
ranging from $3.98, up to
LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS, made of Snowflake Materials, Meltons.
Kerseys. Cheviots. Zlbelines. made in Flounce Skirts, Side Plaited.
Gored Skirts. Slot Seam Skirts. There is hardly a style of Skirt that
you can ask for that we haven't got. We show
Walking Skirts from $3.98 up to
We are now showing a very large assortment of Ladies' Waists con
ststlne of all the Latest Novelties in Plin Taffeta, Silk and Peau de
Soie Waists, Plaid Silk Waists, Velvet Waists, Flannel Waists. Also
Wash. Waists, which are to be worn all winter. There la a wonder
fully great demand for the nobby styles we're showing. Just received an
other large shipment today.
MARTIN FUR SCARFS, style of cut A. trimmeU wi'h 6 fur
tails, exceptionally good values at $7.50 and .
GERMAN FOX BOAS, style of cut C. trimmed with
and 4 small tails
CONEY FUR BOAS, style of cut C, trimmed with 2
large and 4 email tails
SABLE OPPOSUM FUR BOAS, style of cut C. trimmed
with 2 large and 4 small tails
WE SHOW PROBABLY 25 other styles and qualities, equally as good
values as the above.
i Ladies Fur Scarfs ji
and Boas. Bf y
W E POSITIVELY. i
i f"! SAVE purchasers from jf&Sri?t 1 r-
'f1 $1 to $3 or any fur TwSeL i'
fV? scarf we seil. fipST'AW 'J ''
S CONEY FUR SCARFS tiff lwfaw
V !tyle of cut A., ,-f?ff pdr i 'i !
AjjV trimmed with flQ 'W - !' S.1
i5K STONE MARTIN OP- it v. 1 ' ';
I --:-$$ POSUM SCARFS, style f'lfoH !. t:-
I :5..-V.-.--i of cut A, trimmed with Fvf Ui 3 :
i-'fV Vm tans -oM tmm
! f ' U .)! NUTRIA FUR SCARFS gPSiJ
I -J 3 $r often sold as Beaver. i1
s'r. trimmed with Q M CA -?iS'4'U '
: vllJKk 6 fur taiIs -54.50 L
. iifesT SABLE OPPOSUM y i!SfcW N
k I W it-li'f Sir pUR scarfs, style of l? VJ&i If v h
PMI out A, trimmed with ff'ig V
! i&Mlp tails 5o.yo : m
LADIES AND MISSES'
MONTE CARLO COATS, 27
inches long (style of illustra
tion) made from fine Kersey,
lined with good quality Satin,
yoke effect back trimmed w ith
straps of stitched Satin. A
high class garment of remark
able value, ' CIA
IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE for us
to have such a large Cloak trade if we
didn't deserve it. This department
steadily grows because customers find
here the largest variety, latest styles
and best materials and at the lowest
prices. We have never made a better
showing than we are at the present
time and it will be .-to every Lady's
interest to pay this great Ready-to-Wear
Department a visit and inspect
our immense showing of Silk and Ve
lour Monte Carlos, Velour and Cloth
Blouses, stylish, 19 and 21 inch,, Tight
Fitting Jackets, Ladies' 27-inch Half
Fitted and Tight Fitting Jackets, 24,
27, 32 and 42 inch Cloth Monte Carlos.
Ladies' Cloth and Plush Capes, Chil
dren's Jackets and Long . Coats.. No
house in this country is better pre
pared than us to supply your Jacket
needs and at lower prices than you
can get any where.
Our Great Millinery Department
IS CROWDED EVERY DAY WITH SATISFIED CUSTOMERS. ON ALL SIDES WE HEAR THE WORDS OF PRAISE ON THE STYLES AND
PRICES OF OUP HATS. WE SELL MORE TRIMMED HATS THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN THIS CITY AND WHY? BECAUSE WE SHOW AL
MOST TWICE AS MANY HATS AS OTHERS DO. BECAUSE WE USE NONE BUT THE BEST OF MATERIALS, NO MATTER HOW LOW IN PRICE
THE HAT IS. BECAUSE WE CHARtc ONLY FOR THE MATERIAL USED, NOTHING TACKED ON FOR STYLE, AND ONLY A MODERATE
CHARGE FOR TRIMMING THE HAT. BECAUSE ALL OUR HATS ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND ONE PRICE TO ALU BECAUSE WE
EMPLOY NONE BUT THE BEST MILLINERS MONEY CAN PROCURE. CONSEQUENTLY EVERY HAT IS RIGHT, IN STYLE AS WELL AS
PRICE OVER 500 TRIMMED HATS TO SELECT FROM $1.48, $1.98, $2.93, $3.98, $4.98 UP TO $25. WE CAN SHOW YOU AN ASSORTMENT AT
ANY PRICE AND GUARANTEE YOU A SAVING OF FROM $1 TO $3 ON A.J Y HAT YOU MAY BUY.
ISee Mive Cloak and Millinery Store m-"6 West Segis?
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