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THE ABGrTTS, JfRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903.
Showers tonight and Sat
urday; continued warm.
Temperature At 7 a. m. 59;
at 2:30 p. m. 62.
THE STEADY WHIRL..
Jhis world is all a steady whirl
That turns year in year out.
The merry football hustles in;
The baseball hustles out.
Stoves at Wilcher's.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Turkeys at lless ISros.
I'eoria ranges at Summers'.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
liobb's cab or "bus same price.
: Dressed chickens at lless Bros'.
Tri-City Towel Supply company
riiims by the peck at Iless Dros.
Oysters and celery at lless Bros'.
Net tlet oil's shoes for men $5 at Bat
lies'. Dressed chickens at II. Tremaun's
Dressed chickens at Harris & dau
ley's. Oysters and celery at II. Troinann'
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Quinces and p und sweets at Kusch
mann's. Quinces and pound sweet apples at
Dressed young and old chickens at
For new things in fall hats, tee (ius
tafson A. Haves'.
. Handa Kossa Oct. C. Can reserve
Saturday after R a. in.
All kinds of coal for sale at the Bock
Island Lumber company.
Peg-leg trousers, full cut, new pat
terns. Sommers Sr LaYelle.
Child's heavy sole shoes 48 cents a
pair at McCabe's Saturday.
Children's odd caps, ."io-cent ones l'J
cents. Sommers A: I.aVelle.
Italian cream chocolates 10 cents a
pound at McCabe's Saturday.
All the latest patterns in fall shirts
shown at Oustafson & Hayes.
Fresh every morning, choice Con
cord grapes at Kuschmann's.
Bcserve seats at Y. M. C. A. otliee
at 7:30 tonight for entertainment
course season tickets. Persons not
having drawn numbers may draw this
evening before reservation.
Best $3" shoes on earth; union made;
new stock. Joe F. Schneider. -
Plat opens at 7:30 this evening at
V. -M. C. A. for season reservation.
Kerler Bros., cleaners of carpets,
mattresses and feathers. Both 'phones.
Wear stylish, well-made clothing at
popular prices. Sommers & LaYelle.
The Nettleton shoe is a "gentle
men's" shoe; $5, at Battles' shoe store.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, Union 283.
"Boys knee trousers, splendid val
ues at 50 cents. Sommers t LaVelle.
Fresh cut roses 25 cents, I'eattties
3'J cents a dozen at McCabe's Satur
day. 'The best that money will buy for $5,
Nettleton'.s shoe, at Battles' shoe
Trimmed walking skirts $1.45, child's
wool dresses l4 cents at McCabe's Sat
urday. If you are "on" you will buy your
fall suit and topcoat at (Justafson &
Walk-over shoes, union made, at
Finite" new shoe store, 1610 Second
Hoys knee pants suits, si fine line
of patterns to select front. Sommers
Trunks called for and repaired by
Trunk - '"Factory, Davenport, Iowa.
We have all the nobby styles for the
little fellow. All styles and prices.
The best line of fancy and white
vests in the city is shown at Oustaf
son & Hayes'.
Don't forget that the best of eggs
and choice dairy butter sire to be had
Harris-V' (iauley will have every
thing in the line of fruits and vege
Stamped pillow shams 12 cents, 7
cent tennis llanuels cents Satur
day at McCabe's.
Stein-Itloch company suits and over
coat s. the finest fitters at popular
prices. Sommers & I,a"e!le.
Ladies' automobile handbags 25
cents, ladies heavy cotton hose 10
cents at McCabe's Saturday.
Learn ballroom dancing at (ira
ham's school :tt Industrial hall, Kock
Island, every Monday evening.
. (Jet into a pair of our new fall shoes.
They are right. All shapes and leath
ers. $3 and $3.50. .loe F. Schneider.
We are sole agents for I'sher's cel
ebrated line of boys'seamless shoes;
"they never rip." Joe F. Schneider.
The most complete stock of school
shoes for boys and girls at $1 to $1.75.
See them at Finne's new shoe- store.
1610 Second avenue, five doors cast of
the opera house.
The business meeting of the Ep
worth League will not be held thy
evening, as planned, but next Friday
Manhattan shirts, Dunlap hats, E.
& W. collars, L. Adler Bros. Xr ('.'
suits and overcoats, all the leading
makes, at this store. Cost no more
than cheaply made garments. The
Young men. for nobby, snappy suits
no place like this store. Our suits are
made for the hard-to-fit. See us be
fore you purchase your next suit. 'o
more than you pay for misfits. You
know us. The London.
(Jus llergston, a former member of
the police force, got his right thumb
painfully lacerated at the Bock Island
Wood works, where he is employed,
yesterday afternoon, the member be
ing caught by the rip saw.
The lecture of Bev. Fred Strick
land, of Dubuque, on socialism' ..at
Bock Island Turner hall last evening
attracted a goodly number of persons
interested in that subject. The lec
ture was interesting and instructive.
The Uosenfield Tailoring company, op
posite the postofhee, have secured the
services of John Norton Stone, former
ly with Marshall Field & Co., as cutter.
They are now displaying their fall
styles of ladies' and gentlemen's high
A plat of News Simps addition to
Fast Moline was recorded at the
circuit clerk's office this afternoon.
It consists of 407 lots and takes in a
portion of the Einfeldt tract. The
plat is owned by E. H. (iuyer, of this
city, and C. H. Pope, of Moline.
A peculiar case is reported from
Alexis. A stranger appeared in the
town the other day and succeeded in
"touching" a United Brethren minis
ter for the sum of $1. He did not
have opportunity to get far away,
however, before he was arrested.
A team hitched to a wagon became
frightened on Eleventh avenue be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth
streets yesterday afternoon and ran
away. The horses dashed north on
Nineteenth and at Tenth avenue one
of the two women occupying the wag
on was thrown out, but escaped with
slight bruises. Just beyond Tenth av
enue one of the horses fell, breaking
the singletree, and the excitement was
over. One of the men clung to the
reins until the horses were brought to
S. B. Wright, chairman of the local
executive .committee for the grand
lodge of the Knights of Pythias, which
is to convene in Kock Island Oct. 11
for si four days session, states that
indications point to a large crowd of
visitors to the city on that occasion,
and wishes all who have spare rooms
for the accommodation of strangers
to send their names and address to
him, and state how many rooms can
be secured, to enable him to prepare
a list" for reference.
In the circuit court this afternoon
Judge (Jest overruled a motion of the
defense to take from the jury the
case of Harry Lyman for $5,000 dam
ages for personal injuries against the
Bock Island Sash & Door works. The
taking of evidence was thereupon resumed.
NEW TRACTION COMPANY
FILES ITS ARTICLES HERE
The articles of incorporation of the
Mississippi Valley Traction company,
referred to in The Argus recently as
having been issued at Springfield,
were filed for record in the office of
the circuit clerk today.
While their names do not appear in
the directorate, it is .said the same
parties who promoted the Moline,
East Moline and Watertown interur
ban are behind the new enterprise,
which is an extension of the
Moline intcrurban. C. 11. Deere is un
derstood to be principal holder of the
The articles of the Mississippi Val
ley Traction company show a capital
ization of $000,000. There are f00
shares of $100 each, and they are held,
according to Hie papers on file here,
by William P. Kopf, Elumer Scott,
Horace W. Nichols. Jr.. Frederick W.
Hill and Albert. J. Claiissen. nil of
Chicago. The principal office of the
company is to be at Moline.
The proposed line is to extend from
Moline to and around Campbell's isl
and, in IIam)ton township, Kock Isl
and county, to Sterling, in Whiteside
eonty, and (Jeneseo, in Henry coun
ty, the purpose being to touch the
more important of the small towns
between these points.
Coat, the sensation
Of Eastern Fashion
You would give ipiick respHt.se if you knew as well as the salespeople the wonderful values THE BOSTON
STOKE offers in this department neither would you spend a minute looking elsewhere did you realize the
magnitude of our stock and the accuracy of the styles not a mistaken garment in the line. When you buy
a Suit or Cloak or Fur at the Boston Store you know the style is right impossible to tell you about each
lot, but by picking out a number here and there we will endeavor to give you an idea of how much you
can get in our Cloak Boom for the money.
MAY CONVERT OLD WATCH
FACTORY INTO A HOSPITAL
It is reported that effort is being
made by the Methodist church people
of this city to secure the old watch
factory building and surrounding
grounds between Sears anil Milan
with a view to converting the same
into a hospital.
You Can Get it at the London. .Special for
Men's and boys corduroy pants,
worth $1.75, $l.o.-,.
Bys" shirts and blouses, worth $1,
Hoys shirts and blouses, worth 75c,
Hoys shirts and blouses, worth 50c,
You know us. Till: LONDON".
We are showing the celebrated "Hon
eymoon" Coat, one of the greatest
coat sensations in the west. We
are showing this beautiful P" ff
garment for $50 down ti.
Beautiful Zibeline or Kersey I'.ox-
coats trimmed collars, one of this
.0 inch Worsted Coats, trimmed col
lars, new style sleeves, a coat you
pay $10 for elsewhere,
All the very newest things. Prices
range front $50 down to, ne CC
An immense variety of 30-inch coats
till colors and black, embracing all
the new features of the season.
Prices range from $25
dow it to
In silk, incrceried sateen and wool.
Special lot $5 light silk waists,
while they 2 98
We otter one great line of ladies'
choice tailored suits, any one
of which is worth
$35 to $30, for, suit
The best Ihings the swellest
things the market affords hj
Ladies' Skirts the Bostifn
Store has to offer.
front $100 down
From among our lines we otter
a $5 skirt in Oxford Grey
gored cluster tucked
hips, trimmed, for...
Will now be found in the "Pa by
liyctte" Department just ad
joining the cloak room.
A beautiful line we have to
show you, aiming which are
those E.Mpii mos, white Mohair
10 dozen, new fall styles. EC
while they last OOC
Danish Cloth, full line, all col
ors, white, blue, irreen, tan.
pink, brown, navy,
22-inch Electric Seal
24-inch Best Electric Seal Jackets-r-
Freneh Cuff, Skinner's
24-inch Best "Near Sealskin" Jackets,
fancy brocaded lining French cuffs
a coat ym will consider cheap at
$75 we have marked rn OQ
it at oy.o
22-inch P.est "Near Sealskin
French sleeve. Skinner's
satin lining, for
We guarantee to keep all Electric
or Near Seal Garments in repair for
We have eight Keal Sealskin Coats
si.os 34, ::. :s they are 22 inches
long made after style of $275 gar
ments lined same and everyone
guaranteed to be made from full
skins to be bought now would cost
u $110 no matter these eight gar
ments go on sale
EH J HTY-N 1 N E DOLLA KS
Only eight of them sizes 34. 3t"i. :H
do voti want one?
Headquarters for the
Celebrated J. (SL M.
Mar tied fI2L Von TsIaur9 va-oenport. a
We are particularly proud of our showing in Boys' Wearables this season, for nowhere will you find such
Boy's Clothing Elegance such Boys' Goodness, such a variety, such Remarkably Low Prices.
fcjcceptional Values in
Knee "Pants Suits st
A FootbaJl FREE with every Suit
from $2.95 Upwards.
v. i :
ILjetraordinartly Sirong and
Serviceable S xiits at
etfer Qualities at
JTplendid Values at
A Football FR.EE with every Suit
from $2.95 Upwards.
Giving a little better article at a little less price than you expected to pay, has gained for us a position which keeps par
ents headed M. 6c K-ward. This is not said in a spirit of brag, but because it is of direct interest to you, that you may
know where the best goods at the lowest price are sold, besides, your Money Beck Qviick if not satisfied makes
M. (Si K. a safe, as well as profitable trading place.
BOYS' SHOES, ALL STYLES .AND LEATHERS.