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THE ABGTJB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1903
Partly cloudy tonight and
Saturday, with probably
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 -a. m. 50;
at 2:30 p. m. 73.
The big races
At the Xintlt street track.
Clearance sale at Lloyd's."
Lawn swings at Wilcher's.
For insurance, K. ,1. Bums,
liny a home of Ueidy P.ros.
Spring lamb at Schroetler's.
Kverything cheaper at Lloyd's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Discount sale, see ad. Dolly Pros.
For real estate and insurance F,. J.
Dressed spring and old chickens at
Misses' $2 kid shoes $1.18 Saturday
Dressed spring and old chickens at
Schroder's. ,.. .-
Kxtra tine spring chickens at Harris
Up-to-date furnishings at reduced
prices nt Lloyd's.
Bargains in summer suits at ITle
meyer & Sterling's.
Dressed spring and old chickens at
H. Trema nil's Sons".
Sweet potatoes, squashes and head
lettuce at Iless Bios.
I'llemeyer & Sterling for lowest
prices on men's suits.
$.' shirts for $l.."j0 ought to inter
est you. The London.
$1.50 men's shirt waists, 50 cents, at
Sommers A- I,a Velio's.
Paces at the Ninth street track Sat
urday afternoon, Aug.
Manhattan shirts, worth uj to $3,
now $1.50. The London.
Plenty of choice watermelons on
ice at Harris ct (lauley's.
Now is the time to buy clothing,
and M. & K.'s is the place.
Saturday, any straw hat worth up
to $1, for $1. The London.
Men's good suspenders 0 cents a
pair Saturday at Met'abcV..
The races' Saturday afternoon will
begin promptly at - o'clock.
Taffeta umbrellas, pearl handles, 'i
cents Saturday at McCabe's.
The races will lvcgin promptly at 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Mill ends 12".-cent pillow casing 1
cents Saturday at McCabe's.
(ie.nt iemen's low walking shoes at
r.t'di.Jeed prices at M. it K.'s.
Time to buy the lest makes of
clothing at bargain prices. One-
fourth off sells them fast, Summers
Fig Blossom candy 12 cents, a
pound Saturday at McCabe's.
Women's 17-cent white foot hose 10
cents Saturday at McCabe's.
Men's trousers, the $4 and $3.50
ones, $2.50. Som liters & LaVelle.
Malta Vita, with ice cream, served
free at Hess Bros'. Saturday only.
Vegetables and fruits, a nice line to
select from, at F. 1J. Kuschmann's.
Band concert and moving pictures
at the Watch Tower every evening.
See the free aerial acts at the Watch
Tower Sunday afternoon and evening.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Siemon, 1520 Fourth avenue. Union 283.
See the La Marr troupe at Watch
Tower Sunday in their free aerial
Cleaning, pressing and repairing.
New Pani torium Club, l'.KJ'J Second av
enue. ." Bargain week men's suits one
fourth off the price. Sommers & La
Velle. Money saved by buying your sjuit
now. Discount sale at I'llemeyer fc
i .Choice of any boys' or child's straw
hat in the 'house. 10 cents. Sommers
Men's, suits, worth $15 to $25, all the
one of a kind, at the same price, $10.
Saturday your choice of any straw
hat in the house, $1; worth up to $1.
All men's suits, except black and
blue, one-fourth off the price. -Sommers
Some close finishes are looked for
in the races at the Ninth street track
Saturday afternoon. t
All summer clg"uing at-greatly re
duced prices. Nothing carried over.
I'llemeyer & Sterling.
Take a Watch Tower ear for the
races at the Ninth street track Sat
urday afternoon. Aug. S.
Men's suits that there is only one
left ( f thei lot. for $10; worth from
$15 to $-5. The London.
Mr. .and Mrs. K'lchard W'oodyatt
have welcomed a fine KV-pouud boy
to their home-, 3203 Sixth avenue.
Your horse needs tine now. Serv
iceable horse covers may be had at
The Argus office at 25 cents each.
Manhattan shirts, conceded to be
the best in the world, worth up to $3,
your choice, $1.50. The London.
All lovers of good horse flesh will 1"
at the Ninth street track Saturday
afternoon. Don't fail to attend.
Twenty-five per cent reduction on
all men's, boys and children's suits,
except blue and black. Sommers iVj
Now is the time to buy your boy a
school suit, 25 per cent discount on
all knee pants suits. UUemeyer iv
The Dubmpie passed up today with
a long passenger list and a heavy bill
of freight. She is still handicapped
In Meiv's Suits and Jz
Outing Coals and Pants
All small lots launched to
getHer in three lots;
JLot 1 -
Choice of dozens of our nobbiest and
finest $15 Suits, if you find your
size you find a bargain at
Quite a selection of the season's new
est effects, mostly one or two of a kind.
Suits that were up to $12.50 (p7 AC
your pick at P
Here's a good chance to get a T C
Good Suit for
"Beginning TomorrotsJ, , yatir Unre
stricted Choice of Any Strata Hat
in the House at HALF THICE.
Simon & Mosenfelder.
by the difficulty experienced during
the last few trips in securing a suffi
cient number of deckhands.
Learn ballroom dancing1 at Gra
ham's school Tuesday and Friday ev-
. 1 1 ? A. A. . .
enings. ltnra nnu names sirecta,
The regular business meeting of
the Epworth League will be held at 8
o'clock this evening at the First Meth
We will be glad to show you those
suits we are selling at $10, and it
would be worth your while to look at
them. The London.
Attend the Naval Ileserves dance at
Black Hawk Inn Wednesday evening.
Aug. 12. Bleuers orchestra. Admis
sion, 50 cents per couple.
Startling and sensational aerial acts
by the La Marr troupe, aerial per
formers, at Watch Tower every even
ing and Sunday afternoon.
Protect your horse from the Hies
this hot weather. Well made adver
tising' horse covers nwiy be had at The
Argus office at 25 cents each.
Some mighty values in men's all
wool suits at $7.1)5. Choice of a lot
of straw hats at 10 cents; among
them are $1 values. M. & K.
K. B. MeKowik is making a seeial
price for early orders on the famous
Springfield coal. Buy now and you
will uot miss a good proposition.
Iliver forecast for 4S hours ending S
a. in., Sunday, Aug. !). 1W13: A rapid
fall in the Mississippi will begin at
Le Claire and Davenport by Sunday.
When you can buy a suit for $10
that is worth from $15 to $25, you are
getting a big snap. Come in and we
will show them to you. The London.
William Stokes was arrested last
evening at the Peoria depot. Twen
tieth street and First avenue, drunk.
He was released later, having sober
The "going" will be good at the
Ninth street track Saturday after
noon. Some warm finishes are look
ed for. Paces commence promptly at
2 p. in.
Take your choice of any Manhat
tan shirt in the house, worth' up to
$.'!, for $1.50, and do it quick. They
won't- last long at that price. The
Invitations hae been issued by the
Fmauon club for the August dance
of the organization, which .will be
given at the Watch Tower Thursday
e ening of next week. Ogden's or
chestra w ill play.
The exclusive sale of Kdelvveiss
flour having been transferred to me.
I will guarantee every sack sold. If
yon have neer tried it, give us your
order for a sack and know its quali
ties. F. B. Kuschmaun, successor to
In playing otT the tie between Lieut.
Pricker and W. L. Velio, made at the
IJofk Island arsenal links last Sat
urday, the former won. Lieut. Brick
er hail the advantage of a handicap
of is, while Air. Velio could not equal
his score of S5. which gae him pos
session of the low score medal which
he still retains.
At (Jalesburg last night the city
council i of used to give a perpetual
franchise to the McKinley syndicate
that, is endeavoring to arrange the
preliminaries to build- a road from
that city to Monmouth, offering in
stead a 20-year franchise. The officers
of the. company stated that the prop
osition would not be accepted.
Postmaster T. H. Thomas yesterday
received a tip from the annual con
vention of first class postmasters in
session in Boston that Bock Island
might get the next session of the
body if an invitation were properly
sent. Preferring that Moline and
Davenport also participate in the in
vitation, Mr. Thomas notified the
postmasters of those cities and they
met last evening and arranged an in
vitation to hold the next annual meet
ing in the three cities, the same le
ing sent by telegraph.
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Specials fur .SHtanUr.
Violet talcum powder, per box. 5c.
Aromatic palm soap, per cake, 3e.
Tar soap, per cake, 'sv.
Colgate's perfumes: White. Hose,
Italian Violets, Apple Blescoms, New
Mown Hay. White Lilac, La France
Kose. .lockey Club and Wend Violets,
choice, per oz., 25c.
White wash belts, 10, 15 and 25c.
Ladies' lisle gloves all colors and
white, jier pair. 10c.
Men's black Shaw knit sox, per pair,
Men's $1 shirts for t'.'.lc.
Men's summer underwear, 10c.
25e bleached Turkish towels, 17e
25c hemstitched buck towels,' each,
Children's bonnets, worth up to $1,
Our wrapper sale is in full blast.
Don't fad to get some of the bargains,
at 79e, 9Sc, $1.25.
Ladies up-to-date deep hip and
straight front, corsets, all sizes, 50e.
Ladies' muslin gowns, each. 3'.tc.
Ladies' white underskirts, made of
fine cambric muslin, lace and embroi
dery trimmed, worth up to $1.50, for
Violent Attack of Diarrhoea. Cared by
Chamberlain's Chollc. Colera and
Diarrhoea Remed.y and Per
haps a Life Saved. ,
"A short time ago I was taken with
a violent attack of diarrhoea and be
lieve I would have died if I had not
gotten relief," says John J. Fatton, a
leading citizen of Patton, Ala. "A
friend recommended Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I bought a 25-cent bottle and after
taking three doses of it was entirely
cured. I consider it the best remedy
in the world for bowel complaints.
For bale by all druggists.
MILES' LAST DAY
Veteran Head of the Army Will
Tomorrow Enter Retirement.
A LONG AND HONORABLE GABLES
Seyeral Other Changes Anionic
Army Officers "Will Follow.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 7. Secre
tary Boot will tomorrow announce
the retirement from active service of
(Jen. Miles, the commanding general
of the army. (Jen. Miles has prepar
ed a farewell address to the army
which will also be issued tomorrow,
(ien. S. B. M. Young will succeed (ion.
Miles as commanding general, but
will hold the otVice only six days, as
it will be abolished upon the retire
ment of (Ien. Miles. (Ien. Young will
assume the duties of chief of the gen
eral army staff Aug. 15, and to all in
tents and purposes he will be com
manding general. To him w jll belong
the honor of being the last command
ing general and. the lirst chief of
(Jen. Miles entered the army as a
volunteer ottioer of the 22nd Massa
chusetts infantry when only 22 years
old. lie served with distinction dur
ing the civil war, and at the age of 25
was in command of a brigade. Ho
also won fame as an Indian lighter on
the plains after the close of the war.
He was a born fighter and was des
perately wounded in two battles and
was brevotted brigadier general for
distinguished services in the battles
of the Old Wilderness and Spottsyl
vania court house. He was awarded
a medal of honor for distinguished
gallantry in the battle of Chancel
lorsville, while holding with his com
mand a line of rifle pits against a
strong force of the enemy until ho
was severely wounded, lie was plac
ed in charge of .Jefferson Davis when
the latter was a prisoner of war.
With his command he forced the sur
render of (leronirno and of many
other noted Indian chiefs.
Change In Quarters.
(Jen. Miles' quarters will be turned
over to the general statf, and the
room now occupied by (Jen. Miles as
his private ollicc will be used for the
meetings of the statf. In order to be
near the secretary of war, (ien.
Young will make his headquarters in
a room occupied by (Jen. Corbin.
which adjoins that of the secretary .
(Jen. Corbin will be assigned quar
ters on the same floor, but further
down the main corridor of the build
ing. The removal of (ien. Corbin's of
fice does not mean that his influence
in army matters will be. any the less,
lie has been assigned to duty with
the general stafT. and as the "next
ranking otlicer to (ien. Young will in
reality be assistant chief of the staff.
For the present he will also retain
his position at the head of the adju
tant general's department, and though
a gradual merger of the two otliecs
may take place, it is not intended
there shall be any immediate change.
There will be a number of impor
tant changes as the result of the re
tirement- of (ien. Miles, (ien. (iilles
pio, chief of engineers, will in all
probability succeed him as president
of the board of ordnance and fortifications.
MISS DADE REAPPOINTED
SUPREME RECORDER OF R. N. A
The members of the supreme board
of the Koyal Neighbors of America
arrived from Peoria last evening,
where they have, been holding a meet
ing, and this morning went into ses
sion at the Woodmen head otliee.
This afternoon the beneficiary com
mittee met, the members composing
it being 11. A. Knright. Kansas City.
K;i ns.; James A. Lombard. (Irand
Kapids. Mich., and B. D. Thomas, Man
kato, Minn. The first named was a
p inted chairman. The beneficiary
commit tee is now in joint session
with thei supreme board.
Miss Myrtle 1. Dade, of this city.
was reappointed recorder of the su
preme board, and other appointments
will be made during the session. It
is expected that the work of the
board will be completed by tomor
row. Among the ladies in attendance at
the meeting are: Mrs. K. D. Watt,
of Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. L. M. Snyder,
of Council Bluffs, Iowa; Mrs! W.
Fielder, of Peoria; Mrs. II. M. Lom
bard, of (irand Kapids, Mich.;. Mrs. I.
K. Bent ley, of Oelwein, Iow a; Mrs. L.
M. Collins, of St. Paul; Mrs. M. B.
Knright, of Kansas City, Kans., and
Mrs. K. (i. Whittmorej of Topeka,
GERMAN LUTHERANS TO
DEDICATE SCHOOL SUNDAY
The dedication of the German
l'vangelical Lutheran school just
erected by Contractor II. W. llorst at
Thirty-sixth street and- Thirteenth
avenue, will take place at '.i o'clock
Sunday afternoon. A program open
ed by Kev. C. A. Mennicke and includ
ing songs and addresses will be car
ried out. The principal speaker will
be K. A. W. Krauss, president of the
Addison seminary, of Addison, 111.
The new building is a frame struc
ture and contains but one room, but
it is of modern construction. The
contract, price was $2,400. School will
be opened in the other German Luth
eran schools of the citv Aug. 10.
Specials 1'or Haturday.
Misses' $2 kid shoes, 1 .IS.
Women's 17e white foot stockings,
Ladies' 22c drop-stitch hose. He.
Taffeta umbrellas, pearl handles,
Mill ends 12V1-C pillow casing. 7".o.
Mill ends Ottis heavy shirting, 5c.
20c damask toweling, 12", c.
Men's fine suspenders, 'Jc.
Ladies' ribbed vests, 'c.
20e to "55c Venice hands, yd., Hc.
12e brass extension rods, 5c.
Double bordered curtain net. T'c.
Fig Blossom candy, per 11)., 12c.
Music in the owning.
BATTLES' SATURDAY SALE.
Fourth and Seventeenth Street.
Children's shoes, sizes 5 to s, 5'.e.
Boys' shoes, all sizes. .K
Ladies house slippers, '.'Sc.
Misses' shoes, sizes 12 to 2, IKe.
Little gents sinus. t to 'J,-.
Men's patent, colt bluchers. $2.50.
Children's slippers," your choice of
anything in the house, lc.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called txt 3:45
The Ueath renal:?.
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insignifi
cant cuts or puny boils have paid the
death penalty, it is wise to hao
Bueklin's Arnica Sahe ever handy.
It's the best salve on earth and will
prevent fatality when burns, sores,
ulcers and piles threaten. Only 25
cents at Hart, it LTIeim-yer's drug
All the news all the time The
In spite of the hot and wet weather, the wise availed themselves
of the rare values we hae been offering, as per our advertisements.
Saturday will witness a mighty current in the direction of the Bos
ton Store. The habit of trading at the most liked store in the three
itics is growing. Some have wondered why they ever drifted into
other places. Here you get what you want at the right price, or
a good deal less. You get it ijuick. and it's a delight to 'trade in such
a shop as this. Here you meet, your friends, for everybody goes to
the Boston Store, They are wise, and surely you are not the excep
tion. Just glance oven the list of money-saving items and come right
along with the crowd. You have heard of the 77c shoes. Monday,
the last day. None fitted, but your money back if they don't, up to
three days after sale.
1.50 Men's Shirts and
Shirt Waists at
Men's 5Ue Balbriggan S.
I)., priced at
Men's 15c Lace Sox,
Men's Heavy Mixed Sox,
Ladies Shirt Waists, ,
Ladies' $1..V) Shirt Waists,
white and odors
Indies' $2 Shirt Waists,
w hite and colors
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
white and colors
About 50 Beautiful New Sviits for Sat-
25c Corsets, for
50e Corsets, for
The American Beauty
liOc Hammocks, priced
$1.25 Hum mocks, priced
Croquet Sets at less than
to laud them from the factory
$2.50 Hammocks, prieed
15c (iarden Hose, priced
;! Lawn Mowers, priced
."H.50 Law u Mow ers, priced
Floor Malting at 10c, 15c
v-k m.w w-k A 1- . TIT
re oure iou uon i r orgei tfe oave z ou u
Money on Ma.tting. ft
rized Vests. irU
l.OOO Handkerchiefs for
children at le and
Ladies colored bonier Hand.
kerchiefs. ;c and
Ladies sheer lawn, drawn bolder.
J white Handkerchiefs
Ladies pure linen hemst itched
Babies Bibs, for Saturday.
15o Neck Kibbons
.'iOe and 50c nice all silk
Ladies 25c turnover
Pope Ijco Pictures, lUe
Ladies' 25o and "IOe Lisle and Mcr
Ladies" 10c three tape C N
Vests, at OCh
Ladies t'i'.'c fancy lace Hose,
Misses" :.,.'jc Shavvknit Bibbed
Stockings, Saturday, at
Ladies plain black Stockings,
prieed for Saturday at Crx
only Ul fj
V:ili Fabrics. 50 nieces. r-
w ort h IOe. priced at
Fine Laces, 25c kind,
See the bargains in Laces 1 f 4
at -le. G" ",c and
(irass Toweling, worth 7c, A "i
Turkey Ked Table Damask,
Saturday, at, yard. .
Sa.turda.y Evening, August 8. a.t LoLrnbert's old sta.nd opposite the Postoffice,
Rock Island. Doors open from G to 11 p. m.. The entire store will be arranged for
their display. All the latest styles in Straws. Soft and Felt Hats. Silk Ha.ts. Fedo
ras. Crushers, etc. Note a few of our prices:
Dxinlap's $5.00 Hats for $2.48. Stetson's S3.50 Hats for S1.48.
Havvcs. $5.00 Hats for $1.48.
We have about 100 odd sizes in 83 and $ 1 Hats we sell for 48c and 98c. Never
again will you be able to purchase high grade hats at these prices.
Bradford, 0"Brien fh Co.
LOOK FOR THE R.ED FLAG.