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THE ARGrUS, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1G, 1903.
. The Wevxther.
Generally .fair tonight and
Thursday; colder tonight,
with frost. ; - , -
Tem perature At 7 a. m. -1 8 ;
at 2:30 p.m. 52. .
; Stoves at Wileher's.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Flour, $1.10, at Wei-Url's.
l'eoria ranges at Summers'.
For insurance, K. J. Burns,
liuy a home of Ueidy Bros. .
White Star coffee at Weckel's. '
Tri-City Towel Supply company
Kobb's express, storage and cab.
For real estate and insurance, E. L
A great umbrella flyer. See Mc
Fancy quinces, sweet apples, a.ud
pears at Wcckel's.
'I'he Longley bat. sold only by Ulle
meyer & Sterling. ' ,
If you wish to move call on llohb's
Tall style stiff brown shirts at I'ile
nicyer & Sterling's.
All kind nf coal for sale at the Kock
lland Lumber company.
Mill ends Cabot brown heeting.M
cents a yard at McCabc's.
Those 75-eent fancy wool waitings
' for 4 cents per yard at AlcCalie's.
I'llemeycr & Sterling have some ex
tra gootl allies in fall underwear. :
Day or night calls for cab and bag
gage answered by Kobb's express.
Summers has a few good second
hand hard coal stoves. Prices right.
'.Kerler Bros., cleaners of carpets,
mattresses and feathers. Both "phones.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon, 15 Fourth avenue, Union 283.
Shirt waist sale at Young fc Mc
t'unibs' tomorrow. Head ad. page six.
Last chance tomorrow, licad Young
.V McCombs anjiouncement on page
Xew hard coal stoves, last year's
patterns, at reduced prices at Summers'.
Some rubber specials at McCabc's,
which leae no excuse for wet or
Two shirt waists for the price of
one at Young it McCombs tomorrow.
Head ad. page six.
A tine n"v enirravincf of the late
Ben Harper has been hung in the lob
by of the Harper house.
Mrs. (lottlieb Zwicker entertained a
company of 1M lady fnVnds at the Ho
tel Harms this afternoon.
Clean up shirt waist sal-. Tv shirt
waists for' the price of one. Bead ad
of Young & McCombs, page six.
Stylish garments for wonlen, grace
ful and becoming skirts, waists and
suits, a great showing at McCabe's
i Art needle work done to order. ;Cs
tume embroidery a specialty. Lessons
given. No. 1132 Second avenue.. 'Phone
Early showjng of new and correct
millinery at MeCabe's, ready-to-wear
and tailor-made hats in the'most pop
At his office today Justice .1. F. Wit
ter; officiated at the marriage of Aid
en O'Leary and Miss Kose Hofmeister,
both of Davenport. .
Florence Chamberlin will begin
class in violin instruction at Totten's
studio Oct. 1. Address 2215 Seventh
avenue, Uoek Island, 111.
Top notch of tailoring perfection in
ouf new fall suits. Step this way if
you want the best. I'llemeyer & Ster
ling, the correct outfitters.
Learn ballroom dancing at Gra
ham's school Tuesday and- Friday ev
enings, lliiro ami dames streets,
Davenport. Old 'phone 731.
The Longley hat always gives satis
faction. Have you seen the new fall
blocks"? Ullemeyer & Sterling first
ami all the time for correct styles.
Joseph Stapleton and Miss Minnie
I'hipps, lnh of Davenport, were mar
ried here vesteriiav afternoon,. Magis
trate (J. A. Johnson performing the
ceremony at his office.
The annual meeting of the Tri-City
Press club is to be held Thursday ev
ening of next week at the "Watch
Tower. 7 banquet is to be a feature
f the meeting.
The morning passenger from the
south on the Burlington did not ar
rive until noon today, being delayed
by a wait at St. Louis for a theatrical
company en route to St. Paul.
The 10th anniversary of the ordi
nation of Bev. LMgar F. (!ce to -the
ministry of the Fpist-opal church is
to lie observed at Grace church. Gales-
burg, where Bev. Gee has charge, next
The next meeting of the Bartenders"
union will be held Sept. 17 at In
dustrial hall. Moline. All members
requested 1 be present, and all bar
tenders desirous of joining the union
are cordially invited.
A number of Bock Island people
are planning to attend the county fair
at doslin tomorrow, the weather al
lowing, the Burlington road having a
special train scheduled to leave the
Twentieth street depot at 9:4.".
A. P. Graves has resigm-d as bag
gageman at the Milwaukee station.
The position of baggageman here has
been abolished by the road, the do
ties to lie performed hereafter by the
freight handlers. Mr. Graves was for
merly baggageman at the Fifth ave
nue station of the Hock Island, ant!
has an extensive acquaintance among
- The management of the Joslin fair
decided yesterday to postpone the
date of the opening till today so that
the fair will run till Friday evening,
the two big days being tomorrow and
Friday. It is hoped that the weather
will take a more favorable turn and
enable the association to make up in
some measure for losses owing to bad
weather in past seasons.
The finance committee for the com
ing Knights of Pythias state meeting,
to be held here next month, started
on its rounds of the business people,
and reports meeting with good results
thus far. In order that the city shall
be decorated in keeping with the im
portance of ihe gathering and that
the delegates shall be properly enter
tained, about $2.r0 will have to be
donated by the public.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
TEMPERANCE UNION HELD
At the annual meeting of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance union,
held yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. W. S. Marquis, on Twenty-
third street, reports of officers show
ed encouraging results in the work
accomplished for the year. The offi
cers elected follow:
President Mrs. J. W. Stewart.
Vice Presidents Mrs. Fred Titter-
imrton. Broadwachurch: Mrs. M. M.
Sturgeon, 1-irst Methodist church;
Mrs. L. 1). Mndge. Hirst Baptist
church; Mrs. B. Iv. Wasson. Memorial
Christian church; Mrs. Mcanor. I lil
ted Presbyterian church; Mrs. Brom
ley. Central Presbyterian church; Mrs.
Litzrodt, German Methodist church.
Treasurer M rs. Major.
Assistant Treasurer Mrs. Lemon.
Hceording Secretary Mrs. F. C.
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Paul
Advert toed Letter Hut No. 37.
The following is the list of adver
tised letters remaining uncalled for
in the Hock Island post office for the
week ending Sept. 12, l'.MKS: W. II. Al-
Itini, Mrs. May Anderson. William An
drews. 1". Parties. F. C. Pee. lee. (.
Branch. Victor Car I berg. II. P.. Car
ter. Francis J. Downes, II. 10. Dunbar,
Hans Finfcldt. Miss Laura Franklin.
Allaee Gardner. Pert Gass, Wood
Alice Gate. X. '. Gibbs, Thomas Haas.
fuin Kaic, Miss Xanette Kellry. A. 15.
Lab be (2). G. Larson, M. A. Mauuie.
Will MeKendcr. Howard P. MeMahaii.
Mrs. Lyda Mills. P. II. O'Neill. Die
Ovcrsin. H. Peterson, Mrs. Lucy F.
Purington. Fled Halston. W. W. Si
mon. II. B. Smith. Mrs. Henry Smith.
Mrs. Minnie K. Theilman. Mrs. Joe
Van Hankie. Mrs. H. D. Ward. Mr.
Pearl Wilson. Mr. C. A. Winston, Fred
Woodruff. Foreign J. Colston. Iljiel
matrer. Nils Olsen.
T. II. THOMAS, P. M.
Avoid serious results of kidney or
bladder disorder, by taking Foley's
Kidney Cure. All druggists,
LAEGE CONGREGATION AT
ENDEAVOR "DENVER" RALLY
The "Denver" rally under the aus
pices of the Tri-City Christian En
deavor union, at Memorial Christian
church here, last evening attracted a
large congregation, made tip mostly
of the young people. It was meant as
an echo of the Christian Endeavor
convention held at Denver last spring,
and various phases of the big meeting
were discussed, addresses on the fol
lowing topics being given at the con
clusion of devotional exercises:
"Trip, Arrival. Reception,"
Stidger; "General Impressions,"
Erie berg; "Incidents," Mrs. J. E
"Junior Christian Endeavor,"
Mary Cox; "Dr. Landrith." Miss Stod
dard; "Dr. Campbell," Mrs. Fred Li
Mar; "Quiet Hours,"' Miss Ix-na Brand
enburg; "New Ways of Working,
Miss Hena Means; "Closing Thanks'
giving Meetings," Miss Margaret La-
Ycnture. The Illinois and Iowa Chris
tian Endeavor songs were sung.
Is the Keault of Prolonged Study and Deep
Marconi the wireless wizard did
not stumble accidentally upon the
principles of his marvelous invention.
It was only by dcep'and prolonged
study of the cause of certain known
phenomena in nature that he was able
to produce the startling effect.
Many people, in speaking of Hair
Restorers, have a way of bunching
them altogether without discrimina
tion. llerpieide is as different from other
so-called "hair restorers" and "reme
dies" as day is from night.
It is a scientific preparation pre
pared for the sole purpose of destroy
ing the scalp microbe that causes
dandruff and falling hair.
Sold by leading. druggists. Send ldc
in stamps for sample to The llerpieide
company, Detroit, Mich. For sale by
T. II. Thomas, druirsrifct.
Beware of substitutes offered by
unserupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of years
and thus jeopardize the lives of their
victims. For sale by all druggists.
HAVE YOU HAD A
DAE? ITS DELI
CIOUS 10c AT THE
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TH I RBAVEN UE TH RO U CH TO SECOND
THE SWELL NEW
WE ARE SHOWING
ARE THE SENSA
TION OF THE SEASON
Stylish Garments for Women
Graceful and becoming fall suits, skirts
and waists at these low prices.
NEW CHEVIOT SUITS, MADE IN GRACEFUL
BLOUSE, long coat style, full Muring, nine. If "yr
gore skirts great values at 4 lUl l
HANDSOME MANNISH COAT SUITS, made In fine
blue imported mixtures, coats satin lined, PIP Of.
skirts walking length value $-0, at O'O. D
NEW FALL DRESS, AND WALKING SKIRTE,
Made of fine cheviots, broadcloths and fancy mer.s
wear mixtures, 7 or 9 gores, strapped or welted
seams, plaits or stitching at CQ 0y
$6.50. $5.62. $4.75, "and Oo.Ol
NEW FALL COTTON WAISTS, fine blac!; s;:.",,e
and pretty piping, , . 0"r
large pearl buttons o'Ol.
BLACK BRILLIANTINE WAISTS, fronts ' trimmel
with wide tailor pleats, pleated back, lar-o f-ill
sleeves, all sizes, 32 to 44. -M (
black or whiL either at . v-'
Stunning Junior Suits
for girls. "We are showing a large number of o.
sive styles in these garments for very younrr lidi'-s-,
ages 10 to 16 years.
They come in handsome novelty mixtures as w!l a
solid colors, trimmed, and are designed and t::il.ncl
with as much care as ladies'
suits. Prices begin at
First showing of new and exclusive mil
linery. Correct styles of ready-to-wear
and tailor made hats ready for inspection.
Very Special Dress Goods Offer
S1.50 Nub Zibeline Suitings $1.00 Yard
This department offers the biggest values
in dependable dress goods we want you
to know it.
This time we place on sale 5 latest colors in 50 Inch
Novelty Zibeline pure Mohair nub suitings at
;.o.- ;l yard under value
Jl.TiO suitings for
75c Wool Waistings for 45c Yard
Thursday we place on sale a new lot of
fancy wool waistings, prunella and all
wool crepe cloth colors are cream, navy,
cardinal, reseda and old rose with
dainty stripes all this season's new
styles 75c values we bought from an
overstocked importer at a big reduction
and offer them accordingly 4
at per yard fOl,
Rbeumttlum Cared In I)r.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Js action upon the system is
remarkab.j and mysterious. It re
moves at. once "the cause and the dis-
ise immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75c and
$t. Sold by Otto tlrotjan, L'.Ol Sec
ond avenue, Kock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Sou, 220 West Second
THAT SALE OF WATER
was a bonanza to many housekeep
ers. The avenaie of trays filled with
shining crystal etched and decorat
ed water-glasses. Ice cups, goblets,
wine glasses, etc.. has born filled
with interested buyers most of the
time since the sale began, last
Still further reduced prices, for the
rest of the week. Its a mark down
from reduced prices.
Rock crystal etched bell water
glasses, marked down $1.85
dozen, to. each
Ripple etchings on same shape, from
Cut and engraved lmndled ice cups
from $4.25 dozen,
Fine thin blown iced tea
trlasses from 8c to
Kock crystal etched, footed" and
handled ice cups, from $3..4)
dozen, to, each
And a dozen different dainty fine
styles water glasses, your choice,
5c FIVE CENTS 5c
Hesides many other new bargains
which have been added.
CU I s
Tap pan's Fan-. 3i' c Complexion pow
der, with a face chamois skin
included, both for
20c rod hair
Kritss box black
Comfort safety pins,
all sizes, tlozen
L.inen finish thread,
100 yard spool
20c Side combs,
Special foxwood and satin wood hair
brushes, pure bristles, regular $1.00,
i.o, i.nu ana Drusnes, im
perfections very slight but
they make the price
Fine bristle tooth brushes, all per
fect, worth from 15c to 25c,
while they last. 14c and
Short lengths Cabot Brown Sheet
7 lc yard, three
MEN'S 75c TIES 50c
200 doz. latest eastern makes of
gentlemen's fine fall Neckwear. To
open the season and attract sharp
attention to our -immense line of
Men's Wear, Hosiery, Underwear,
Shirts, etc., we offer this entire'?A,
- t QUC
MEN'S 25c FANCY SOCXS, 12c
50 doz. more of those wonderful
values in Men's Fancy Imported
iiair nose, 2oc ones
The kind that wear. High or' low
cut Rubbers .for men, women and
children, extra quality priced at
50c. 42c, 35c
Men's Rubber Boots, special values
at $3.25 CO OA
Boys and Youths'
tra heavy, $2.00
Boots, just the
wear, $1.6S, $1.35
and. . .
and. . ,
AN UMBRELLA FLYER
47 ladles' high grade Silk LTmbrellas,
were $3.97, $3.50 and $3.00; three
days only, if they last,
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THE NEW FALL OVERCOATS ARE NOW IN. We are showing the snappy, swell styles boxy,
straight hanging, shapely shoulders and moulded collars that bring out the "made-to-order" expression
of a true top overcoat. Favored materials are Venetians, English Whipdords, and Coverts, Mix
tures and solid colors. Style, grace, chic and perfection is shown in every garment. Price:
yibotit Half the Trice Joxir Tailor Would Charge
WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL LINE of new "Cravenette" coats that turn water like a
duck's back, and still make a garment as comfortable and dressy as a regular overcoat. They
are just the thing for a waterproof garment -$12.50 to $18.00 for our best qualities. ASK TO
SEE OUR L'AIGLON.
Top Coat Elegance at
the M. CSL K.
Cravenette Goodness at
the M. K;
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