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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1903,
Probably showers and
thunderstorms tonight and
Wednesday ;no decided change
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 46;
at 3:30 p. m. 60.
Bicycles at Wilcher's.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Wild ducks at Hess Bros'.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Children's shoe sale. Dolly Bros.
Union label shoes at Louie's, Twen
Spring chickens dressed to order
at Hess Bros".
Don't forget to go to your pri
mary this evening.
Ullemeyer & Sterling's for newest
spring suits for boys.
Bead Young & MeComhs Wednes
day's special on this page.
See Dr. Stanley for glasses at
Woltmann's jewelry store.
For tin and furnace work see II. T.
Siemon, Fourth avenue.
If your glasses do not suit, see Dr.
Stanley at Woltmann's jewelry store.
Nobby and perfectly made chil
dren's suits at Ullemeyer fc Sterling's.
Those $1.19 shoes for men and boys
are all solid at Louie's shoe depart
ment, Kerler Bros., old reliable carpet
cleaners. Both 'phones, Union 134 and
A complete line of children's and
infants shoes at Louie's shoe depart
ment. Open Wednesday evening. Ullemey
er & Sterling, the clothiers for "new
Hard coal at Bock Island Lumber
company. Telephone west 1000. New
Miss Kate Byrnes remembered some
of her friends with souvenirs of St.
Beniember, the democratic primar
ies are being held this evening from
5 to 9 o'clock. Do your duty as a cit
izen. "Brightest ideas" of the spring sea
son now displayed in our boys" and
children's suit department. Ulle
meyer Sr Sterling.
Dr. Stanley, the president of an op
tical college, is fitting glasses this
week at Woltmann's jewelry store.
Services in observance of St. Pat
rick's day were held this morning at
St. .Joseph's, St. Mary's and Sacred
Heart Catholic churches. '"
We employ the'best paper hangers
and guarantee our work. The best
and cheapest is our motto. Daniels &
Co., 1312 Third avenue. 'Phone 5660.
Learn ballroom dancing at Gra
ham's 'school, Third and tSaines
streets, Davenport. 'Phone 5?. Be
ginners Tuesday and Friday evenings.
Bargains in' fine building lots; new
additions, Fourteenth street and
Tenth avenue; terms, an allowance
made for cash. All lots to grade.
Harry Schreiner, ruom 3, over Peo
The regular meeting of the Moth
ers' club is to be held at 4 o'clock to
morrow afternoon at Lincoln school.
Miss Wittig, teacher of the deaf
school at Irving building, will have
charge of the program.
The democrats of South Bock Isl
and are requested to meet in caucus
Wednesday evening, March IS, at the
town hall, to nominate a township
ticket and transact such other busi
ness as may be expedient.
An entertainment of rare interest
will be given at the Forty-fourth
street, chapel ' Thursday evening,
March 19. It will consist of fine mu
sic, tableaux and the Woodmen quar
tet. Admission, only 25 cents.
The day in the county court was
occupied with the trial of the case
of Annie Scott and George Leslie vs.
George and1 Josiah LaRue involving
rental amounting to $100. The par
ties live in the vicinity of Hillsdale.
City Clerk SchafFer requests the
judges at the democratic primaries
this afternoon to return the ballot
boxes and registration books prompt
ly tomorrow so that the republicans
may use them tomorrow afternoon.
The Knights of Pythias of Bock Isl
and and Moline .have been invited to
visit Damon lodge, No. 10, of Daven
port, .Friday evening, March 20. All
knights who desire to attend will
meet at Odd Fellows hall at 7 o'clock
sharp to take cars.
The 10 men composing the fourth
division of the Kock Island Club
bo.wling tournament are to try con-elusions-
on the club alleys this even
ing. The match, which promises to
be one of the warmest of the season,
is to begin promptly at 8 o'clock. ,
Tonight occurs the sacred concert
at St. Joseph's church to dedicate the
new pipe organ presented the con
gregation by Simon Burns. The solo
ists are to be Mrs. Frances . Carey
Li bbe, of Chicago; W. E. Moody, of
Davenport, and Prof. A. D. Bodfors,
of this city. Tickets can be secured
at Tot ten's music house.
Passenger Agent Frank A. Hart is
distributing a new folder that the
Burlington railway has just issued.
It gives a splendid description of the
territory traversed by the lines of the
road ami includes a number of illus
trations of western resorts and pict
uresque spots in California. It has
all information valuable to the trav
eler, being withal one of the neatest
and most complete folders published.
The Bock Island county institute
of the Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union is being held in South
Moline, having opened there yester
day afternoon. It will continue to
and including . this evening. Miss
Marie C. Brehni,, the state president,
is in attendance. On account of the
institute the meeting of the local
union to have been held today stands
postponed until the 24th of the
AMONG THE POLITICIANS.
And still Charlie Searle isn't saying
Throw it ireto them, George; they
Somehow the tine Italian hand, of
Phil Miller is bound to be felt.
That was a M-eConochie walkaway
in the Fourth walk away from their
ilcConochie, the silent statesman of
the Sixth, has that same thoughtful
expression on his face.
Many citizens remember in their
earliest years that McConochie was
then running for mayor.
Someone might telephone Eddie
Sehoede,and ask him hwvv Johnny
Binck would suit him for city-township
Darnell is pretty, sore, but it was
asking a little too much to expect
him to get in line with the bunch that
put him in the nine-hole.
Mayor Knox's faithful band of
street cleaners are fairly keeping the
pavements hot. One couldn't even
hint at the reason why.
The Third ward democratic pri
mary this evening will be held in the
northeast room of the jail building
at Third avenue and Fourteenth
Bring your family with you tonight
and George will meet you at the door.
It's just a good old-fashioned alTair,
when you can go in your shirt sleeves
if you want to.
Did you notice how the bad actors
in the Fourth ward merrymaking last
evening served notice on the parlia
mentarians of ye olden time to go
'way back and sit down?
The public realizes more every day
that it remains for the democrats to
nominate men for city oilices who
will put the city's welfare alien d of
persona interest and party spleen.
Men who will not use their powers to
reward personal friends and punish
Any republican patriot in the
Fourth ward who didn't get a chance
to get off his speech at the Fourth
ward "hammerfest" las-t evening can
probably arrange with George W. Mcr
Caskrin to address one of his over
flow meetings tonight if he applies
Now they say Darnell was not on
the Fourth ward delegation. Jim, it
looks like they are half ready to un
load you after all. But don't you
care; they wrote out that piece of
paper anyway, and that will help
PLANNING OUTDOOR WORK
FOR Y. M. C. A. MEMBERS
Outdoor work will be made a feat
ure at the Y. M. C. A. this spring and
summer. The outdoor gymnasium
that was partially fitted up just west
of the rear of the building, but which
could not be used last year on ac
count of the wetness of the season,
will probably be put to good use this
year. In addition the mcmWrs will
have the use of the tennis court on
the Stewart lot on Nineteenth Street
that was used last year. There will
be other forms of outdoor athletics
introduced in due season, those in
charge of the association being now
engaged in perfecting plans.
Probably the last match game of
basketball of the season will be play
ed at the gymnasium Saturday even
ing. when the association tean will
meet Augustanacollege. The college
season is ended, but the members of
the team consented to give the asso
ciation a return" game. No admission
will be charged.
Light repairs are in progress at
the bath room, being refitted with a
new floor and some of the 'baths re
built and lined.
A social under the auspices of the
Young People's" society of the Memor
ial Christian church will be held at
the association parlors some time in
the near future, the date having as
yet not been fixed.
WILLS ARE PROBATED
IN THE COUNTY COURT
The will of the late John Marshall,
of Cordova, has been probated in the
county court. The sons Herman
Marshall, -of Albany, and Bobert, of
Cordova, are appointed executors
without bond, and provision is made
for1 dividing the property equally
between the children, the wife, Sarah
Marshal, receiving $1,500 in lieu of
her dower right.
The will of the .late Mrs. Louisa
Hartman, of Andalusia, township,
provides for the division of the pro
perty among the children and names
the son, Oustaf Hartman, as execu
tor. . V' "' , ' : ..' ..'.":' -
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The art exhibition opened yester
day afternoon, quite a number being
present both afternoon and evening.
The corridors are tastefully decor
ated with the sehool colors, red and
yellow. The pictures numbering
about 200, are hung on the assembly
hall walls. Most of them are about
24x30 inches in size, and are mounted
on heavy brown matt. The assem
bly isi admirably adapted to an exhibit
of this kind, the light coming from
large windows near the top of the
room ns ..well as the low light. The
exhibition contains reproductions of
the masterpieces of the art of an
cient Borne and Greece, England,
France and America. It also includes
prints of the famous pieces of statu
ary of these countries. Besides the
exhibits the ladies who have the mat
ter in charge serve ice cream and
cake in one end of the assembly
room. A large number of tickets have
been- sold, and those in charge expect
to have several thousand present
during the week.
The halls and stairs are tastefully
decorated with the school colors.
Hags and palms. The pupils of the
Lincoln "building attended in a body
yesterday afternoon and enjoyed the
pictures very much. This afternoon
the pupils of the Kemble and Eugene
Field buildings are attending. The
patronesses yesterday were: Mrs.
Beck, chairman: Mesdanies Frank
Mixter, Sharp, Taylor, McCabe, Go IT;
Marshall, Marquis, Hayden, Sperry,
E. D. Sweeney. J. F. Bobinson, Dart,
Williams, Hollow-bush, Denkmann,
George White, Canode, Crawford,
Crawford, Jr., Hall, D. Noftsker, Will
Sweeney, Kohn, Mixter, Bennett, Stnl
low, Carstenson, Misses Mixter, Mar
quis, Schneider. Josephine Schneider,
(iregg, Kohn. Margo Kohn.
Those having charge today are:
Mrs. DeSilva. chairman; Mesdanies
Hall, Schmidt, Greenawalt, Hayden,
Dolly, Worker, McIIugh, Canode,
Sharp, Kilvis, Misses Egan, Iluesing,
Freed, Long, Beed.
Catalogues of the pictures giving
the. names and a number of small
prints of the pictures can be obtained
of those having the matter in charge.
Manager Jahns has arranged a
game with ttie .twentieth lentury
team of Augustana to be played at
the high school March 2S. The girls
will play the Augustana team the
The punils are anxiouslv awaitincr
Fridsiy, March 27, the iul of the quar
ter, to learn how their work stands.
The rctrular ouarterlv tests have been
given. and in most cases the paM?rs
have been corrected and reiurneo.
The reirnlar snrinir vacation will oc
cur the week begining April 0, and
ending April 11.
The track team have given up
training up stairs, as it disturbed
those working in the building. They
will begin outdoor training as soon
as the weather permits, and in th
meantime are getting all the time
they can when the gymnisium is not
The senior class holds a meeting
this afternoon to hear reports of the
chairmen of the various committees.
Most of the. work atten'dant on
graduation is being done early so that
the students will not be so crowded
the last two weeks. .
POOR AUTHORITIES HELP
A DESTITUTE FAMILY
The poor- authorities last evening
were applied to for aid by Mrs. Cora
Potter, of White Plains, Ark., who
arrived in the city yesterday with her
two small children on her way to rel
atives at Prairie du Chien, Wis. Mrs.
Potter claims her husband deserted'
her in Missouri and she has been
making her way north as best she
could. She was provided with trans
portation by Poormastcr Bidders as
far as Savanna.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
31 to California.
To San Francisco, to Los Angeles,
or to most any of the principal points
Every day until June 15, 1903.
Via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Also low rates to hundreds of other
points, west and. southwest.
Ask nearest agent of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway for ad
ditional information. Colonist folder
free on request.
F. A. Miller, general passenger
agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
C-f It. & U. Railway.
Beginning Feb. 15 and continuing
until June 15, wc will have on sale
one way excursion tickets to San
Francisco and Los Angeles at rate
of thirty-one dollars ($31.00). ,
Portland, Taeoma, Seattle and Pa
get Sound points, thirty dollars
Salt Lake City, Ogden, Butte and
Helena, twenty-six dollars, ($20.00.)
Inquire 'Phone 110, C, B. & (J
ticket agent, depot Twentieth street
and Second avenue.
Whatever a. man may believe in re
gard to the bible, he. will be interest
ed in the lectures being given by Dr.
Alexander Patterson at the Broad
way Presbyterian church this week.
Last evening he dealt with the bible
story of creation, its agreements
with science, its relation to the theo
ry of evolution and its spiritual val
ue. The chalk talks which precede the
lecture are a very attractive part of
Dr. Patterson's work, and ahme are
well worth going to hear.
This evening he will speak on "Tin
Fall and; the Flood." Wednesday ev
ening on "Job, or Beligiou I'eforctlie
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
his theme will be "The Secret of Wo
man's Influence." All the lectures
Taxes for the year 1002 are now
due. Parties having no real estate
will be expected to pay their personal
property tax without delay. The law
in regard to the collection of person
al tax will be strictly enforced if
protr.7t payment is not made. Odice
with S. S. Hull, real estate and insur
ance agent, room 15, Mitchell & Lynde
building. J. W. TUBUS,
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON WHAT DOLLY BHDS. SAY"
THIS IS WHAT YOU BEAU WHEN Til E QUESTION OF
SHOES COMES UP ANYWHEKE. NOW DOLLY BKOS.
WANT YOUR C1IILDKENS SHOE TKADE AND ABE GO
ING TO HAVE IT IF PRICES AND GOOD VALUES WILL
Children's shoes 5 to 8 - 50c
Children's shoes 8; to 11 - - 75c
Misses shoes 1IJ to 2 - - - $1.00
Little Gent's shoes in Box Calf
or Kid - - - - $1.00
THE ABOVE ARE GOOD SHOES AND LATE STYLES.
OUH BETTER GOODS ARE WORTH YOUR CONSIDER
ATION. DOLLY BROS., Footf itters.
307 Twentieth Street.
208 Brady Street, Davenport. Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.50
F. P. KELLY
Putnam - BIdg,
Special attention geven
to out-of-town cus
oflices for lady specu
lators. v Iowa 'Phone 840
Union Electric 606.
GEO. T. SULLIVAN
259-2G1 LaSallo St.-, Chicago.
MEMBER CHICAGO OPEN "BOARD
N'EW YORK, Boston, Milwaukee,
Pittsburg', Detroit, Omaha,"
Toledo, Cleveland, St. Louis.
Send for Sullivan's Famous BED Better.
he piven to every
lady who attends
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and a factory
No small con
cern can match
our prices or
Opening ey AFTER-NOON
and evening.... Wednesday
A Magnificent Exhibition of the New Spring Garments.
COME TO OUR SPRINO OPENING WEDNESDAY. YOU ARE WELCOM 11 YOU'LL FIND GATHERED
HERE AX AGGREGATION OF STYLISH SPRING CLOTHING FOR WOMAN, MAN OR CHILD, BARD
TO FIND IN ANY STORE OUTSIDE OF THE LARGEST.
WE WANT YOU TO COM E AND COMPARE THE STYLE, QUALITY. WORKMANSHIP. AND PRICE
OF GOODS WITH THOSE OF ANY OTHER STORE IN THE CITY. WE WILL NOT SUFFER BY xBE
BY' OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN YOU CAN SECURE YOUR PICK OF THE NEW SPRING GAR
MENTS NOW, BIGHT AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON, AND PAY FOR THEM iN SMALL WEEKLY
OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS WHILE WEARING.
OPENING DAY SOUVENIR TO EVERY LADY.
Just a Few Price Hints
Ladies' Tailor made Suits..
LADIES' Spring Coals
Ladies Silk Waists
Ladies' Walking Skirts
Ladies Silk Skirts
ladies' Trimmed Hats....
Little. Girl's Coats
Men's Spring Suits...
Men's Spring Hats..
P.mvs Spring Suits...
.?10.(K) to $::.()
-OS to K.:,o
o..V to MM)
. :;.r,o t 10.no
. . i..v to .i.ihi
. :.oo to 7..10
.$7.00 to S-Jo.oo
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. . ;.oo to l.vno
. . 4.00 to n.."0
. . 2.:,o to 5.:,o
No Money Down
107 East Second Street,
and" 123 Brandy,
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For Wednesday, March IS. We a.re now Showing a full
and complete line of Wash Dress Goods, in all the latest
weaves, that merit your attention
inch dros ginchains in cxery coneer. able doigo and eolor, suitable for dresses aiei waistings, Wed
nesday's special sale price. Tc.
:!) inch Edinboroiigh zephyr ginghams, striped and checked, something fine in fast colors, new des
new patterns, suitable for all purposes, Wednesday's special sale price. l",',l!e yard.
.T mch mercerized cheviots, the silk finished cloth. Polka dots and stripes in several beautiful d sirrn
colorings. Wednesday's special price, lie yard.
:;i inch Bine P.cll lawns, in every conceivable design, pattern and color, a full sheer cloth, guaranteed fast
colors, Wednesday's special, per yard, l-'jC.
All dress goods remnants at half price, nothing" reserved, all must go. Come and get a remnant at half off.
Colored' dress goods :$S inch all wool granite suiting, all colors, Wednesday's sale price, per yard. .".He.
.'IS inch all wool etamine suiting, to make over silk (only three shades), tan, gray and black, regular value
75e, Wednesday's sale-price, per yard. -Jse.
r0 inch mercerized cheviots, etamine canvas cloths, basket weave, plain or with fancy stripes.
The largest line of waistings in the tri-cities to select from, at 2.c, 2i; .!se, i:2c and -le; special price for
2s inch mercerized silk ginghams, fancy blripes and lace ciTects. an elegant fabric for waists; special
for Wednesday, per yard. 2.1c.
40 inch rich black, lustrous panne satin soliel, regular alue sfl.2.", sale price, per yard, only Soe.
The very best $.-o guaranteed '7 inch black taffeta silk, sale price, per yard, only '.Cc.
Zebiline. a beautiful, soft clinging material, in black, a very popular goods for spring- suits and skirts.
")i inches wide, sale price, per yard Sl.'JH.
Waterett taffeta is a bright atid lustrous dress taffeta, is warranted serviceable, especially adapted for
rain coats, skirts, etc., is spot-proof and costs no more than the ordinary, sale price $1.G'. ?l.:;i and .Se per yd.
Princess crepe in all the new tints and colorings, cheap at $1. sale price S..c.
$1 (piality IS inch black English etamine, heavy thread, sale price, per yard, 7."e.
"Wc are apents for Northup. Kintr & Co 'a
For tol ay tn our Wall 1'ajwr tlcpartinent
5 patterns elecant Kilt wall paicr w
with 18-lnch border, repular priee lOe Tf
anil 12HC. For this sale
llnll Unnnndoii.m. ii.-irt pin wall iutut
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YOUNG (SL M'COMBS,
1723, 1725.1727, SECOND AVENUE,
KOCK ISLAND. ILL.
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ELEGANT Five-piece 'Parlor Suite, well made, good
heavy frames and upholstered in extra quality
fancy velour; regular $25 Suite. Sale Price,
DMe FoiiUIB I Offit 19
324, 326, 328
9j Docvenport, Iowa,
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