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THE ARG-TTS, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1903.
Threatening weatlier, with
probably showers tonight
and Friday; cooler Friday.
Temperature At 7 a. m. 41;
at 2:30 p. m. 60.
Bicycles at Wileher's.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Iieitly Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Fresh fish at Sehroeder's tomorrow.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Snap soap 15 bars for 23 cents at
Sauer kraut 10 cents per gallon at
Fresh lake trout and fresh river
fish at Hess Bros, tomorrow.
For tin and furnace work see II. T.
Siemon, 1526-1528 Fourth avenue.
Kerler Bros., old reliable carpet
cleaners. Both 'phones, Union 134 and
See our bautiful line of china clos
ets, l'rices right. II. F. Cordes, Dav
enport. V. XV. Harris is handing- out good
cigars today to his many friends.
It's a girl. .
Hard coal at Hock Island Lumber
company. Telephone west 10G0. New
'phone 6000. '
A new line of straw mattings now
in at II. F. Cordes', 216-21S West Third
Company A will give a masquerade
ball at Armory hall next Monday ev
ening. Tickets, gonts 35 cents, ladies
Carpets, carpets, all wool carpets
as low as -10 cents per yard at 11. F.
Cordes, 216-21S West Third street,
The Rock Island Choral society will
have its last rchersal this evening
at 7 p. m. sharp at the First Metho
Wilton rugs, the finest line ever
shown, may now be seen at II. F.
Cordes', 210-21S West Third street,
Refrigerators a carload just un
packed at prices which are sure to
interest yon. If. F. Cordes, 216-218
A Vest Third street, Davenport.
Attend the Orma club dance,. Tur
ner opera house, Davenport, every
Saturday and Sunday evening. Ad
mission, 23 cents; ladies free.
The Ixidies' Aid society of tlie Me
morial Christian church will meet to
morrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Dooley, 2402 Seventh avenue.
Meet me at the Harms, is an ex
pression daily heard amongst our
merchants. Superior b'usiness lunch
eon served between 12 and 2 o'clock.
In a few days we will receive a line
of mahogany dressers and chamber
suits. Wait and see them. 11. F.
Cordes. 216-21S West Third street.
Now is the time to have your old
carpet made into rugs by the Island
City Rug works. We make a spe
cialty of first- class work and low
prices. 319 Eighth street. 'Phone
Bargains in fine building lots; new
additions, Fourteenth street and
Tenth avenue; terms, nn allowance
made for cash. All lots to grade.
Harry Schreiner, room 3, over Peo
E. C. Berry has been chosen dele
gate to the International Convention
of Machinists to be held at Milwaukee
May 4. He will represent Tri-City
union nss, and this is the second time
he has had the honor.
A dancing party which about fifty
couples attended was gien last even
ing at Black Hawk Inn by the mem
bers of the Young Ladies' Social club
and the Ever Welcome club. Those
who participated enjoyed a very
James A. Andrews. Sr.. of O'enesco,
father of .James Andrews, the well
known Kewanee politician and editor,
has suffered a serious stroke of par
alysis at his home in (leneseo. His
condition is such that the relatives
have been summoned to the bed side.
The Argus is in receipt of an invi
tation to attend the opening of the
.leffenon theatre at Hamilton, Ohio,
erected and owned by George II.
Johnston,, who built the Illinois in
this city. The Jefferson opens next
Tuesday evening with "The Emerald
Dr. Knopf nagel.' of Canton, 111., so
cialist, lecturer, will speak at Turner
hall three nights, beginning Friday
evening of this week. The doctor
will, while here, give free medical ad
vice to all who require such service.
Admission for course of three lec
tures, 10 cents.
Earl Fraser was removed in the
ambulance yesterday afternoon from
St. Anthony's hospital to his home,
1130 Twentieth street. Mrs. Little, of
South Heights, was taken to the hos
pital. Mrs. Swan was conveyed from
the hospital to her home, 2830 Fifth-and-a-half
The game of basketball that was to
have been played between the' high
school boyn and the Twentieth Cen
tury team at Augustana college at the
local gymnasium Sat unlay night has
been cancelled. The high school girls
will, however, play with the first
team of Augustana girls.
'Mrs." S.' T. Bowlby yesterday after
noon entertained, about thirty; ladies
of the Central Presbyterian church
at her residence on Second avenue. A
program was rendered, including a
number of musical selections and re
citations by Earl Bowlby and Charles
Montgomerj-. There was also an
amusing guessing contest, and re
freshments were served.
The senior seminary class at Au
gustana college last evening, with
their lady friends, participated in a
banquet at the Harper. About thirty
were in attendance. Following the
feast there was a program composed
of addresses by (I. I. Bergsten, David
Nordling and O. L. Larson, a piano
solo by Miss Hilma Carlson and a vo
cjjl solo by Miss Signe Telleen.
It is expected that the change, in
the frequenc3- of running the Rock
Island' tiolden State Limited will be
made Sunday, though no official no
tice to that effect has yet been sent
out from the head office in Chicago.
The new schedule may be on a tri
weekly basis until May 1, when it is
probable thflt the train will be dis
continued entirely until next fall.1
Jerry Woodbury was sent to the
county jail this morning by Magis
trate Johnson under a fine of $25.
Duly yesterday morning he was ar
rested and fined $2. Immediately on
his release, he went right back where
he left off the day previous and by
the time the officers got hold of him
his money was gone and he was
drunker than before. He has been
working for the Rock Island.
CHAPIN KEEPS THE DAM
He Uses the SU Joseph River to Illuminate
Sotinjl Bend Factories and
South Bond. Ind., March 2ti Chas.
A. Cliapin, of Chicago, built a dam
across the St. Joe river, at Buchanan,
Mich., with which to supply power for
factories. The factories failed to ma
terialize, and Chapin, who owns the
electric light plant in this city, erected
tndes with which to transmit the cheap
er power to this city, the surplus en
ergy to supply Notre Daiue and fac
Citizens of Buchanan tried to enjoin
him. but the court at (Jrand Rupids
has refused to interfere. The power
will r.lso be used on the South Bend,
Nilcs and St. Joe Interurban line. The
decision will have a wide effect on the
interurban line of the St. Joe valley.
CASTRO CONTINUES TO SERVE
Withdrawn His Resignation anil Is Still
President of Venezuela )y Bo
, quest of Congrcu.
Caracas. March 2. After reading
his special nu-ssago to congress yester
day, lien. Castro withdrew his resig
nation of the presidency of Venezuela.
President Castro's special message was
delivered yesterday afternoon. He
says: "When I nbdicted It was not
from any small-mindied nor interested
calculation, still less was it the re
sult of any sorry or ridiculous farce
which has no place In a heart warmed
by the heart of 'great ideals."
He then says that he believes his
abdication was a duty lmioscd upon
him in the interest of the peace of
the republic, but that congress differed
with him and he bows to its will, and
adds: "Remember, it will, senators
and deputies. I believe my separation
necessary; you think otherwise. I hope
the future will prove you right."
Got Away with Much Jewelry.
Omaha. Neb.. March 2. Two men
entered the jewelry store of .A. B. IIu
berman and walked away with two
trays containing diamonds of the value
of $.",000. The men requested to be
shown the gems and while they were
looking at them the clerk was called to
the telephone. He left the trays upon
the showcase. After answering the tel
ephone call he returned. In the mean
time the men had disappeared, taking
the diamonds with them.
Republicans Nominate Judges.
Freeport, Ills., March 20. The Re
publicans of the Fifteenth judicial dis
trict met here and nominated Judge
J. S. Baume, of Galena; Judge Far
rand, of Dixon, anscar E. Heard, f
Freeport, for elrcu,udges. The latter
succeeds Judge Shaw, of Mount Car
roll, who was not a candidate for reelection.
Two Children Burned to Death.
Kansas City, March 2tt. At Kansas
City, Kan., two children, Asa and
Charles Blgelow, aged 4 and" 3 years,
respectively, sons of O. XV. Blgelow,
were burned to death In a .fire that de
stroyed their home, the mother having
locked them in while she went to the
Strikers Picket Radly Wounded.
Omaha. Neb.. March 20. A. G. Me
Cann, a Union Pacific striking machin
ist, who was on picket duty near the
shop yards, was shot and dangerously
wounded by Fred Root, a strike-breaker.
Root says he was accosted by
strike pickets as he left the yards and
was being beaten when he tired in de
fense. McCann's companions, how
ever, say that no violence was offered
Rpot until after the shooting. Root is
Children in Chicago Flat.
Chicago, March 2(5. Alderman
Jonathan Ruxton has Introduced in
the city eoimcil a measure intended
to make , liable to a fine of not less
than $3 nor more than $100 owners
and agents of flat buildings In piil
cago who refuse to rent apartments
to persons with children, unless such
agents and fiat owners are able to
prove that th children of prospective
tenants are peculiarly boisterous and
All the news all the time The
Argus. ' ' - .V ..'..-
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper A. A. Walstrom,
Chicago; C. G. Johnston, Cleveland;
E. C. Blossom; Boston; Miss Ida Ver
non, New York; W. W. Newhall, Kan
sas City; J. F. McElwer, Peoria; E.
Levit, Chicago; F. 11 Jennison, Chi
cago; E. C. Stilefield, Moline; F. L.
Smith, Eeardstown; II. S. Robinson,
Chicago; John Kearns, Chicago;
Thomas It. Keys, Chicago; L. B. Stew
ard, Chicago; J. C. Flynn, Chicago;
R. M. Ramsay, Morrison;" C. B. Whit
ney, Springfield, Mass.; F. W. Uib
bons, Chicago; Oscar Bondy, city; C.
T. Drake. Chicago; J. A. Beat ton, Ev
anston; E. D. Kenriey, Moiine; J. E.
Smith, Chicago; Carl A. Muller, Chi
cago; M. R. Kelly, Joliet; B. F. Jenks,
Columbus; II. M. Ross, Chicago; T. T.
Xtinn, Cleveland; William D. Guinoy,
St. Louis; M. C. Kaege, Cincinnati;
II. W. Wright, Chicago; William At
kinson, Chicago; B. G. Beckett, Bos
ton; John Walton, Peoria; C. A. Nel
son. Chicago; II. F. Warner, Rock
ford; F. L. Farra. Peoria; E. II. Ross,
Philadelphia; II. A. Longetret, .Zanes
ville; George W. Ross, Chicago; W.
Raughman, Peoria; C. J. Seranton,
Peoria; Phil R. Wihhouth, Peoria; A.
T. Mangle, Chicago';: AV. R. Hatfield,
Chicago; A. B. RenneVChieago; Thom
as Deene, Chicago; XV. O. Hitchcock,
Peoria; W. F. Moneyer, Chicago; II.
A. Smith, Chicago; E. S. Kiney, Chi
cago; A. B. Bryant. Newton; B. A.
Dill, Fairfield; R. J. Siekels, South
Deerfield, Mass.; R. F. Brady. Chica
go; F. J. Henshaw, Chicago; William
J. Carroll, New York; XV. C. Buell.
Syracuse; G. A. Yawter, Cambridge;
William Carney, Mexico City, Mex.;
T. A. Butt, Chicago; A. Tenske, Chi
cago. At the Harms (European) II. M.
Perry,. Chicago; A. Eggenberger, Chi
cago; William Herbert, Chicago; Bar
ton Hill, New York; Miss Henrietta
Crosman and two maids. New York;
Frank Young, New York; Henry
Bergman and wife. New York; Mark
Ellsworth, New York; Arthur Shaw,
New York; Addison Pitts, New York;
E. Leach", Chicago; H. M. Ritchie,
Boston. Mass.; L. L. King. New York;
F. D. Seribner. Clinton; D. M. Schae
tle, Chicago; F. F. Magan, Chicago;
J. Morse, New York; A. I). Keeler,
New York; W. C. Black. Peoria; H. A.
Longstrct, Zanesville. Ohio; D. 15
lanes, Iowa City; H. L. Wamm, Rock
ford, 111.; W. F. Myers, Coal Valley,
At the Rock Island R. W. Moon,
Muskegon; .1. C. Buckley, Chicago;
W. H. Whiteside, Joslin; C. O. As
proth. Rockford; C. M. Derr, Aledo;
Mrs. L. XV. Lewis and sons, Reynolds;
J. A. Middower, Waynesburg, Pa.; II.
B. Macartney, New York; S. M. Sehae
tle, Chicago; L. Tuckeman. Chicago;
O. J. Ingmire, Aledo; F. S. Cofiland,
Aledo; W. O. Wilson, Chicago; A. P.
Miller, Toulon; J. F. Harms, Fremont,
Ohio; John C. Usher, Sandusky, Ohio;
Fred L. Benedict and wife. Chicago;
C. XV. Cobb, Cambridge; A. H. Dor
man, city; W. N. Ilorton.: Yonkers,,
N. Y.; M. Scheinman, Chicago; J. R.
Pitney, Peoria; S. IT. Pennington, In
dustry. 111.; John Yengling, Paxton;
Mrs. Adams, Chicago.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Cordova, March 25. Miss Nellie
Naylor, who is attending the Fulton
college, spent Saturday ami Sunday
with her parents.
Ira Humphrey, who has been at
tending the Chicago university, came
home last Saturday to spend a va
cation. Henry llaack, who has been visiting
in Princeton, la., spent Saturday with
F. S. Cool was in Rock Island on
W. C. lleany was in Rock Island
Mr. and Mrs Ward llaberling. who
were visiting here last week, have
gone to Los Angeles, Calif., to spend
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Smith are the
proud parents of twins, a son and a
laughter, born Saturday morning.
Miss Kdna Bell was visiting in Port
Byron last week.
The entertainments given here, last
Wednesday anl Thursday nights by
Miss Margurite Saxton were well
Miss Annie De Yoy spent Inst week
visiting friends in the country.
Dr. Will Humphrey, who has been
practicing dentistry in Chicago, re
turned home for a vacation.
A progressive supper was given by
the Joker club last Friday evening. A
pleasant time was had.
Repairs have been begun on the
Methodist church. It has been re
roofed and will be reseated.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hires and daughter
Eva. of Chicago, are visiting with Mrs.
Hires' parents Mr. and Mrs. R. t.
Foster. March 2f. The Misses Kate
Watson and Kate Foster visited over
Sunday with friends in Wilton.
Mrs. Me Devitt. of Red Oak. la., is
here for a visit with her relatives and
Henry Meyers arrived home Satur
day from Mount Pleasant. la., where
he has been attending college for the
past three months.
Mrs. Thomas Watson and daughter
Miss Arizona, and son Russell, and
Mrs. George, Freyermuth and son Clar
ence, visited Simday with relatives at
Lone Tree, la., returning home Tues
day. William Ripley delivered hogs in
Muscatine Tuesday for $7 per hun
dred. Dr. Matthew O. Lower, who has
been practicing in a suburb of Chi
cago, is home on a short visit.
Mrs. Ira Miller passed peacefully
awayj at the home of 'her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reynolds, who re
side near Taylor Ridge, last Tuesday
evening at 7:40. She had been in fail
ing health for several years with con
sumption. Last summer she and her
husband spent several months at Colo
rado Springs, that a change of climate
might benefit her but the disease had
too firm a hold. Lora as she was
known to her girlhood friends, grew
to young womanhood in our midst.
and hen quiet unassuming manner
won her many friends. She was born
in this township Sept. 30 1881. She
leaves a husband and little son. Rex
ford, her parents, one sister, Ella, and
two brothers, Floyd and Arthur. The
funeral took place Thursday at 12:30
at the Haptist church, being con
ducted by Rev. E. L. Shepherd, of
Illinois City. The house was filled with
friends and the casket was covered
with beautiful flowers. The pallbear
ers were Ben Zollner.'Joseph Watson,
Elmer Reynolds, Benton Reynolds, Ed
ward Feldman and William Workman.
Interment was made in the Reynolds'
The caucus was held at Foster's
store ' Saturday and the two parties
named candidates for office as fol
lows: Democrats Supervisor, Fred , AY.
Foster; assessor, Gordon i Riekclts;
collector, Henry Bopp; road commis
sioner, A. J. Bowser; constable, Jes
Republicans Supervisor, Frank 1'.
Gillctt; assessor, Thomas Watson;
collector, Edward Veldman, Jr.; tow
clerk, Orson Warman; road commis
sioner, Edward Kranz; constable,
Frank Reynolds and family are
moving into the house vacated by
Deputy Sheriff Reynolds and his
Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Flanders at
tended services Sunday at the First
Baptist church in Muscatine.
Miss Ella Middagh, of Muscatine,
visited over 'Sunday here with rela
tives. Joseph Watson completed the du
ties of town collector ami returned
the tax books to Rock Island Tues
Andalusia, March 2". I . H. Biiffum
of Rock Island, was calling on old
friends last week.
Mrs. Frank DoIIarhide and daugh
ter Pearl, of Davenport, visited rela
tives last week.
Mrs. Myrtle. Rowe, of Buffalo, was
calling on friends one day last week.
Mrs. Ed I'errin and son Alex, are
visiting relatives in Davenport.
Miss Nellie Smith, a music teacher
of Davenport, was organizing a class
here last week.
Vera ami Anna Spiekler, who have
been so very sick, are slowly improv
ing. John Seefeldt. who was called home
by the death of his mother, returned
to his homo at Red Oak. la., the first
of the week.
Milton Buff um, who went to Ire
ton, la., some time ago to be treated
for a cancer on the hip. returned last
week and is no better.
Mrs. Fred Mosher came down from
Rock Island to attend the funeral of
little Dale Spiekler.
Theodore Seefeldt has moved into
his father's house, anil his brother
Frank has taken possession of the
Hughes property he vacated.
Nominations on the republican tick
et, for this election are: Town clerk,
C. A. Hayes; assessor, J. D. Kane;
collector, Robert Brusso; commis
sioner of highways, Albert Hofer;
justice of the peace, Charles Huntley;
school trustee, Charles Shaffer. The
nomination on the prohibition ticket
are: Town clerk, E. Shomp; assessor,
E. E. Yanderveer; collector, T. W.
Simmons; commissioner of highways.
Hans Kruse; school trustee, Mrs. John
Sherrard. March 20. Mr. and Mrs.
Kdgar. of Dogtovvn, are visiting with
their daughter Frances.
Mr. and Mrs. Bura Engle came from
Orion Saturday evening to visit Kn
gle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wil
liams. Mr. Engle returned home Sun
day, Mrs. Engle remaining for a few
Miss Ethel Sheriff, who has been
visiting with friends in Sherrard and
Cable, left for Reynolds Tuesday for
a visit with her aunt.
Rev. Edwards and family left for
their new home at Gilson, 111., where
Mr. Edwards has taken the pastor
ate in the V. B. church.
Quite a number around this vicinity
:it tended the wedding of Miss Emily
Anderson, of Tindall Grove, near the
camo around, to Clans Larson, of
Mr. and Mrs. Mangrrson of this
olaee ar visitintr Mrs. Mamrerson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bear, of Hendei
Mrs. K. G. Vinall, of Cedar Falls,
visited with her son, Bert, last week.
Mrs. Tony Rhode, of Edgington, is
visit inn- with relatives and friends in
Sherrard. and Cable.
Mrs. Dunbar, of .Henderson, who has
been visiting her daughter Mrs. Henry
Marr the last week, returned home
Monday. Her daughter accompanied
her to Henderson for a few days visit.
Henry Kolk was in Rock Island on
Mrs. Walter Lloyd and children re
turned home Saturday after three
days' visit with her mother at Coal
Mrs. William Bell and children went
to Jamestown, la., to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sass.
Mrs. George Limb and children re
Saturday after three weeks'
visit with relatives and friends at Pe
oria and Springfield.
Mrs. Elick Bell, of Cable, visited
with her son James and family from
Saturday till Monday.
Mrs. Joseph Stephens was in Rock
Island shopping Saturday. Her daugh
ters that have been staying in Rock
Island for some time returned home
Mrs. William Gibson, Jr., and George
Robertson of this place left for Des
Moines Monday where they will go
Mrs. J. B. McFarlane, of Idaho
Springs, Col., went to Rock Island
Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lee.
ACCUSED OF AWFUL CRIME.
Continued From First Page.
of Burdick, and Mrs. Hull, Mrs. Bur-
dick's mother, were recalled, reitera
ting their previous testimony. Noth
ing new of importance was brought
out. The inquest adjourned until this
afternoon, with Maggie Murray on
The report of Chemist Rill diows
no poisons were found in the liquor
bottle found on the table in Burdiek's
deni on the morning of the murder.
There was no poison in the stomach
nor blood stains on the golf stick.
Hoy Kills His Step-Father.
Peoria, 111., March 20. Leslie Zeine,
aged 17, last night shot and killed his
step-father, Charles Kralise, a farmer,
while the latter was abusing the boy's
Rheumatism Cored In a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 73c and
$1. Sold by Otto tirotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Rock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
10c Per Copy
Get the hits while they
You can keep in touch with the lat
est in good music by calling occa
sionally at our store, as we are con
stantly receiving shipments direct
from the publishers who write the
REAL HITS. We carry only the best
publications, such as those of M. Wit
inark, Joseph W. Stern, Whitney, War
ner & Co.. F. A. Mills, Sol Bloom, Van
dersloot Music company, and llowley,
Haviland $- Dresser. The largest stock
of the best, music in the city at the
1609-1609 Second Avenue.
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rhey are Here t
OUR SPRING SHOES ARE NOW
IX. MORE STYLES TH AX EVER, "i
WITH OXE AXD OXE-HALF IXCH ,
LOCKS HEELS AXD SPOOL HEEL.
AISO ONE AXD ONE-HALF INCH'
ARE SIMPLY A DREAM. SO IF YOU
ARE HUNTING FOR SHOES THAT
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WITH STYLE AXD COMFORT, TRY
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DOLLY BROS., Footfitters.
307 Twentieth Street. 2
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HALF A MILLION DOLLARS IS THE EXPEXSE OF NT.T
EQUIPMENT THIS SEASON OX THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED.
YOU PAY NOTHING EXTRA FOR THESE ADDED COMFORTS.
Most experienced travelers prefer the California Limited. They
find luxurious ease in the cozy compartment and observation Pull
mans. They enjoy the diversified scenery, a thrilling panorama of
valley and peak, forest and plain; no wearisome monotony. They
appreciate the superior dining-car meals, "Santa Fe all the way,"
Chicago and Kansas City to los Angeles, San Diego and San Fran
cisco. Such a train will please you, too. Why be satisfied with less
than the very best? You can visit Grand Canyon of Arizona en
Our other through California trains carry standard Pullmans,
tourist sleepers and chair cars.
Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe R'y.
H. D. Mack, Cen.Agt
JOHN E. BERGSTROM.
CONTRACTOR AMU ltllLUKK
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
Shop Thirty-second Street and Fourteenth A venae. Fhone 1579 Wet
1723-1725-1727 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, 111.
That it is tlie desire of every lionest, live, up-to-date scholar to be tlie
best in his class. This is a iioTjIo desire, and will surely have its re
ward. OURS IS A HIGH POSITION. The highest position a mer
cantile house can have is to be the best in its class in the community.
The confidence of the public is gratifying and is justified by our
methods of doing business. We want your help in making this posi
tion still stronger and we herewith quote "items of interest" for you
in Dress Goods. Forney WaJstings, Crockery and Jewelry for our
Good steel kitchen knives and
forks, each, 5c.
Good steel butcher knies and
forks, each, 10c.
Good steel carving knives and
forks, per set, oe.
White metal tea spoons, per set.
White metal dessert spoons, for
Silver plated knives and forks,
per set, $1.50.
Decorated toilet sets, tinted and
gold trimmed, six pieces in each
set. worth $3.50. for $J.0S.
Our KH-pieee decorated dinner
sets, each piece in floral designs
These are our $10 values, but for
this date only $7.0S.
Chasing out our hrgh grade par
lor lamp to make room- for tlxi
new spring lines. You may ' take
your pick from any of our fine
lamps, worth up to $1' for, each,
Your choice of all our high grade
toilet sets, worth up to $12.50, for
$S.9S. This offer is good for this
Pearl shirt waist sets in s-ipiare,
oval and round shape; your choice
Oxidizeil shirt waist sets in fan
cy designs, same as vve have sold
for 50c; your choice. 25c.
Fancy decorated porcelain shirt
waist, set, your choice 25e.
Just received, a new line of fan
cy and neat pearl hat pins, big as
sortment to select from, at 25c.
Oxidized large belt pins, your
choice, only 19e.
5-inch beaded chatelaine purse,
.'iO-inch Simile de SoJc waistings.
highly mereericd, very silky ap
jiearancc, medium weight fabric,
and a most desirable cloth for
waists, in the following shades:
Cream, white, tan. old rose, azure
blue. pink, gray mixed and black;
regular value 45c, special price for
.'50-inch mercerized Oxford cloth,
cheeked and striped, white only;
one of the most desirable and serv
iceable weaves for shirt waists,
guaranteed to wash and retain its
gloss, regular value 50c, spccal
price for Friday 29c.
.".0-ineh mercerized cheviot waist
ings, . white ground with colored
polka dots and fancy stripes, an
all-around cloth for daily use. reg
ular value 20c, special for Friday
1 2 :
.'S0-incb dress duck, plain colors
and with polka dots, a splendid
cloth for children's dresses and ev-
ry-day use. regular value K spe
cial price for Friday 10c.
Cardinal, cadet blue, pearl gray,
brown, navy blue, green. Ian and
black: regular value 5e, special
Urice. for Friday, :'.9e.
Dress goods remnants of all
kinds and colors and lengths, al
reaily marked less than cost; Fri
day at half otf. None reserved. All
must iro. Don't miss them.
Colored Dress Goods
IfairoflTon All Lining: Kemimnt -llir
OflTou All Irc Gondii Kfranrnitn.
- 00-inch basket weave, heavy
weight, two shades only, dark
gray and blue gray, special weave
for short skirts and suitings, reg
ular value $1.15, special price for
CO-inch Melton suitings, heavy
weight, two shades only, bine gray
and tan. suitable for tailor-made
suits and separate skirts, regular
value $1.25, special price for Fri
40-inch granite suitings, strictly
all wool, in the following shades:
Kcmnants of all kinds of lininp-s
nt half ofT. already marked at less
than cost. Now is your opportuni
lv to supply your need at your
own price Friday.
2.000 roils fine gilt wall paper,
at. per roll. 5c.
Wa.ll Pa.per Cleaner
Wall paper cleaner, at 9e.
Friday in Our Wall Pa
WALL PAPFU. P.uying direct
from two of the largest wall paper
factories in the world enables us
to save you from 25 to 50 jmt cent
on this line. Wall paper from 4c
to $1.50 per roll.
A full line of seeds, in bulk or
Heath & Milligan's paints