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THE AEGUS, FUIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1903
Fair and warmer tonight
. TemperatureAt 7 a. m. 28;
at 2:30 p. m. 42.
Zazaro. Union cigar. .
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Eron.
Furs, furs, furs at Bennett's.
Oysters at Harris & (Jauley's.
Furs,' furs, furs at Bennett's.
.Shrimps at II. Treiuann's Sons.
Tri-City Towel Supply company
Fur Hay at Bennett's tomorrow.
Fur day at Bennett's tomorrow.
For bus, baggage, express, call Kobb's.
Oysters and celery at II. Tremann's
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Men's shoes, all solid, $1.19, at
Men's overcoats, $3 to $33. Summers
& LaVelle. "
Choice fruits and vegetables at
Choice spare ribs at the Packing
Dressed chickens ami turkeys at
Harris & (Jauley's.
Ladies warm winter coats, $2.SS,
Saturday at MeCabe's.
Cicely dressed chickens at If. Tre
mann's Sons' tomorrow.
All kinds of coal for sale at the Bock
Island Lumber company.
Plenty of choice dressed chickens
and ducks at Sehroeder's.
Best knee pants in the city at 18
cents. ( J list a f son & Hayes.
Little gents heavy sole shoes 73
cents Saturday at MeCabe's.
Delicious peanut fudges 10 cents a
pound Saturday at MeCabe's.
Children's ribbed wool hose, 10
cents, Saturday at MeCabe's.
. Boys" knee trousers, a good one for
CD cents. Somniers & LaVelle.
Stein-Bloch company's suits and
overcoats at S mmers & LaYeMe's.
White curtain Swiss, yard wide, 5
cent a yard, Saturday at MeCabe's.
The largest and best selection of
furs in the three cities at Bennett's.
A lot of 50-cent gloves and mittens
(seconds) for 23 cents. The London.
New term begins Nov. 11 at Augus
tana Kindness college. Very moderate
tuition and thorough work.
J. C. McCarville was fined $3 for
drunkenness in the police court today.
All new styles in boys . and chil
dren's headgear. Somniers & LaVelle
For tin and furnace work, see JI. T
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 2S3
The best two for 25 cents boys'
school stockings in town. The Lon
Plenty of nicelv dressed chickens
at the Packing House market tomor
A full measure of value with each
suit and overcoat. Somniers & La
velle. Good coal, coal, coal, coal, coal, at
Mueller Lumber company's. Both tel
ephones. All the neat effects that are out in
fall shirts are shown at Gustafson &
A nice display of fresh fruits ami
vegetables at Harris & Gaulev's to-
Special for Saturday, men's jersey
shirts, 30 cent kind, 23 cents, at the
Chickens, spring Iamb, oysters, cel
ery anil all kinds of choice cuts of
meats at Schindler's market.
Yard wide V2'x cent dress percales,
cents; tennis flannels, 7 cent kind,
5 cents. Saturday at MeCabe's.
Dressmaking by the day or week or
at the house. Mrs. Ella Inglasbe, 3112
Fifth avenue. 'Phone union 261.
Our sweaters for men and boys are
second to none in point of styles and
low prices. Somniers & LaVelle.
Ladies' golf gloves, 19 cents a pair;
ladies ribbed fleeced vests and pants.
V2y3 cents, Saturday at MeCabe's.
For a neat suit and swell overcoat.
don't forget to see our line. Nothing
finer shown. (Justafson Haves.
We are showing? more fine suits and
overcoats than any other clothing
store in the city. (Justafson & Hayes.
We have some left of the ladies'
Radcliffe sample shoes, $1.6'!, worth
$2.30 and $:'.. Finne's, 1010 Second av
enue. Beautiful cut flowers, very low
prices; new department on balcony,
rear of first floor. Boston store, Dav
enport. Watercress, cauliflower, wax beans,
mushrooms. Brussel's sprouts,- egg
plant and tomatoes at Hess Bros, to
morrow. These extra bargains will not last
long. Belter get a pair before it's too
late, at Finne's new shoe store, 1610
Chief Keed and his assistants, com
prising the dispatc.hiny force of the
southwest division of the Hock Islan
left last night for Trenton, Mo., t
Liid continue for TWO WEEKS at ADAMS' 18th St. and 2nd Ave.
You get the benefit of selecting the very latest production in Foot
wear act way down prices. None reserved. Everything goes in
this wonderful inloQLding sale.
We have sich a. la.rge assortment of Misses' and Children's
Shoes, too numerous to mention, there will be a reduction of
2,0, 1-5 off of "Regular Trice
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Ladies' and men's bench-made, best there is, "regular $.
grades, at this sale .'
$3.50 Kmpress or Emperor, all leathers, all styles, very '" Clft
latest fall productions, union made, at this sale fJCj
AH ladies' and gentlemen's $3 'grades, none reserve.!, great
values, at this sale, only J J
All ladies and gentlemen's $2.50 grades, all leathers, all
styles, at this sale
All ladies' and gentlemen's $2 grades, good values at this A
price, at this sale onlj- JL.O.
All ladies' and gentlemen's $1.50 shoes, solid and service
able, better grades than the average $1.50 shoes, at this
Misses' and children's rubbers, good make, to go at this
Men's hip and thigh boots, first quality', $3.'H) a pair; beat
it if you can; don't pay $1.50 for no better
Your opportunity has come
a.nd it's your time to grasp it at
these great reductions. Plea.se
do not ask for credit. Bring your
family and "Shoe 'em Up" at
greatest shoe s&Je ever inaugurated.
yOWRT FOR- HAHGAIftT Starts Saturday. JtoV.
7, and continues tijuo
ZejeeK. hxj.1 come tvhile
Eighteenth St., Second AOe.
the jtocK.is complete.
to which point
and get, complete satisfaction.
Our famous non-irritable
underwear has made many
Our non-shrinkable under
wear comes in a pretty close
second. Long experience has
taught us "what is what" in
Buying underwear direct from
the maker saves our custom
ers the middle man's profit.
Sole agents for "Belfast" lin
en Mesh underwear.
Union Suits of all grades in
stock or made to order.
Yours for good underwear, at
a saving in price. .
I SIMON 1 JOSEIELDEL
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thev were ordered
V !irf not overlo ade-J with a lot of
iob lot suits and overcoats. If you
want the latest that is out, see us.
Gustafson & Hayes.
Attend the Ornia club dance, Turner
opera house. Davenport,- every Satur
day and Sunday evening. Admission,
25 cents; ladies free.
A great sale of cut chrysanthemums
at MeCabe's all dav Saturday 50 and
T." cents and $1 ier dozen" for royal
blossoms, worth double these prices.
I have in a carload of choice North
ern Hurbank potatoes ana can hlL or
ders for 5 or 1 bushels or more at
SO cents per bushel. F. 11. Kuschmann.
Overcoats we show a much larger
assortment of overcoats than ever be
fore. Correct prices. Come and try
one on. You will not leave it. The
'Parable of the Sower" was Kev. ().
V. Lawrence's topic at the Memorial
Christian church revival last evening.
Miss 1'ay Warren sang a solo, "The
All three of the tri-city high school
fiKitball teams have games at home
tomorrow. Rock Island plays West
Liberty. Davenport plays Marengo
and Moline plays Monmouth
Nov. 11 is the date for the berinnin"r
of a new term at the Angustana Bus
iness college. Superior instruct ion by
four experienced teachers. Tuition
vcrv moderate. Wiite or call.
Andrew Olson, arrested for creating
i disturbance at the auction at the
l-'olsom jewelry store, yesterday after
noon was tined $i) hv .Maristrate
A. ' Johnson. Olson is from Water-
The (I. II. special in suits and over
coats is tar supem r in stvle, work
manship and (it to anything that has
ever been shown before in the city.
This make sold only by Gustafson $:
Plenty of nicely dressed turkeys
and chickens at Hess Pros, tomorrow.
Pureau, wall or steamer trunks and
your name put on. at the trunk Jae-
torv. 220 Hradv street. Davenport.
Charles Poehme and John E. Rob-
bins, convicted of burglary and biga
my. rcsjM-ctively, were taken to the
Joliet penitentiary this morning in
charge of Sheriff W. G. Ileider and
Turnkey Fred MeCullom.
When you are looking for a good
line of boys' and girls' school shoes,
yon will not recrret it by eallinar at
n lie's new shoe store. Stock most
complete in the city, at S9 cents, $1
and up; lfilO Second avenue.
Manufacturers' loss. Your gain.
They wanted money; we helped them
out. This is the reason you buy suits
worth up to $13 fcr $10. Look in the
large show window; you will do the.
rest, lou know us. The London.
The will of Mrs. Mary Plakesley,
bearing date of Oct. 22, li)00, was pro
bated in the county court yesterday.
Testatrix bequeaths all her property
to her husband. Capt. A. M. Iilakes
ley, who is appointed executor of the
will without bond.
Two weddings took place at the
county building yesterday afternoon.
The couples vere John W. Skoglund
and Miss Anna Anderson, of Wood
hull, III., and Crofton Weiss and Mrs.
Emma llerger, of Koek Island. Judge
officiated in both in
K. K. Parmcnter
Minnie Stringer and Frieda
quist.of this city, are in jail in
niirt for vsisrrancv. 1 hey were ar
rested at Jocko Manw ai itig's resort
and a line of $i and costs each was
imoosed in the police court. Having
no money, they were sent to tli
Saturday evening at the Armour
demonstration booth, on the second
floor of MeCabe's new store. Miss Ott-
lev will serve rich vegetable soup with
Armour's Extract of P.eef as the backr
bone of tJie soup. She will also serve
a full line of hot drinks. Dainty cook
bonks free. .
Dr. O. G. Craig, Sr., gave an instruc
live talk to the members of the Young
Men's Christian association last even
ing on the benefits to be derived from
physical culture, as furnished at t lie
association trvmnasiuni. It was con
ducive to the full physical develop
ment and the building of strong dis
Accumulated dividends are paid, in
event, of death, in addition to the face
of the policy; or, in event of surren
der, added to the guaranteed surren
der option selected. Thus you get the
benefit of any profit made on the bus
iness in either case. This is a new
feature applying to all Rankers" Life
of ew 1 in k policies. r . J'.. 1,11m-
phere, district manager, Mitchell &
C. S. Ongman will deliver a lec
ture, illustrated with stcreoptieon
views, tonight and tomorrow night, at
Angustana auditorium, for the benefit
of the auditorium fund. Tonight will
lie views of the siege of Pekin and the
hind of the midnight sun. Tomorrow
night will be Washington, our capitol.
the Lutherans in America, and special
pictures. Admission. 2." cents; chil
dren, 15 cents; r tickets for both
nights, -10 cents, children 25 cents.
The audience that assembled at
Turner hall last evening was delight
ed with the concert furnished by the
Rock" lland Maennerchor. an organ
ization of splendid, well trained voices.
The program consisted of songs by
the Davenport Turner society. Rock
Island Maennerchor. company of Ty
roleans in costume. Prof. Reese's mu
sical family, piano solo by Mrs. W.
Trone, vocal solos by Miss Anna
Dengler and Master Ernest Reese,
and a vocal duet by Misses Margaret
Reese and Anna Dengler.
Speclala For Saturday.
25c decorated meat platters, 10c.
Ladies' fine golf gloves, pair, lDe.
Delicious peanut fudges, lb., 10c.
White curtain Swiss, 36-iueh, yd., 5c.
Ladies' fleeced vests and pants,
Fancy flannelettes, new designs, 6c.
Ladies' fleeced wrappers, 25c.
Ladies warm winter coats, $2.88.
Large can talcum and face chamois,
Famous 4711 white rose soap, lie.
Down sofa cushions, uncovered, 29e.
Children's ribbed wool hose. 10c.
Women's 30e overgaiters, 22c.
Yard wide lSV-je dress percales, 7c.
7e tennis flannels, 5c
Children's 35v storm rubbers, 23c.
Little gents heavy sole shoes, 75c.
Upholstered Roman seats, 79e.
Big sale chrysanthemums.
Music in the evening.
SCHEDULE IS PREPARED
Angustana Teams Will Malntalu Imputa
tion at Game of Itasketball.
Augustana is planning to hold the
prestige gained in other years at
basketball, and to that end the learn
are already getting in condition. Th
rirls have arranged the following
schedule of games:
Jan. 1( Macomb .Normal at Angus
ta 11 a.
Jan. 2( Monmouth at Augustana.
Feb. 12 Lombard at Galesburg.
Feb. 20 Monmouth at Monmouth.
Feb. 27 -Macomb at Macomb.
The boys schedule includes;
Jan. 23 Lombard at Galesburg.
Jan. 2!l ( ieneseo Collegiate insti
tute at (leneseo.
Feb. 4 Monmouth at Augustana.
Feb. 13 Monmouth at Monmouth.
Feb. 20 Geneseo at Augustana.
March 3 Lombard at Augustana.
TOTING & M'COMBS"
Saturday's. Nor. 7. Special Soap..
slve Itarcaln Producers.
$1.25 white flannelette fleece
waists, tab collar, tucked sleeve
ed cuffs, for f'.c.
G'.lc woman's handsome flannelette
gowns, at 48e.
30c large size gingham aprons for
s'Jc mens still bosom shirts, open
front and back, detachable cuffs, at
$1 woman s Pauline kid gloves, two
clasp. 111 the newest I'aris shades, for
s.)C fancy turn-over stock collars, in
silk and satin, assorted shades, for 15c.
Silk drop ornaments, in black and
white, at 7c.
(Wis and boys handkerchiefs at
two for 5c.
Celebrated talcum powder, per box.
Women's black stockings, splendid
value, at Sc.
Lambert's listerine, per bottle, at
Chocolate creams, per lb., at 10c.
50e oz. Colgate's perfumes, at 25e.
$1 oz. Hess' perfumes, at 4sc
Pear's soap, per cake, ic.
Dr. Graves' tooth powder, 15c.
Visit our candy department;
fresh goods, per lb., 10c.
Itedneed Price lloston Store Iaveoport
For $1.10. fi pieces table damasks
that sold up to $1.50.
For $1.25, 4 pieces table damask
that sold up to $1.75.
For 75 cents, 5 pieces table damask!
lhat sold for cents.
For 50 cents. 10 pieces bleached and
unbleached pure linen damask and
snowy white mercerized that sold for
5S and 62V-J cents.
For $2.93, 25 dozen napkins that sold
Beautiful unhemmed bordered cloths,
2. 2y, 2ys and 3 yds. wide, any length,
no such styles or variety in the state.
Fine doyles, tray, lunch cloths, carv
ing cloths, etc.
IIARXED & VOX MAUR,
ESTELLE, TRAIN BOBBER,
MAY BE HELD FOR MURDER
On account of the confession of a
prisoner 111 the Joliet penitentiary it
is not unlikely that Ed Ktelle, one of
the robbers of the Rurlingtoii train
Savanna last year, who is now
at Mivaniiii last year, who is now 111
the penitentiary also, will have a
charge of murder to face. It will be
remembered that a member of the
gang of robbers was killed in the
holdup, being put out of the wa t"y'
one of the robbers after he had been
wounded by a bullet from the revol
ver of the express messenger. The
story of the convict is that Estelle
did the shooting. Estelle is part In
dian and is considered one of the most
depraved prisoners in the penitcn-
The Winona and Helen IJIair were in
port today and the Kit Carson and
Mary 15. brought down logs.
The stage of water was S.20 at f a.
m. and S.10 at noon. The tempera
ture at noon was 40.
River forecast for 4 hours ending
Chicago, Nov 6. Following are the opeu
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
'n today's markets:
Dec, "sH; 7S
S a. 111.. Sunday. Nov. S. 1903:
sissippi will continue to fall
Ihe present rale between
Nov. 5. Minnie E. Potter
P.owman, lots It and 15.
to W. M.
South Park Second add.. Uock Island.
Sea l ie. lot . .1. D. T
Kock - Island. $7.00.
MeNevin to Mary Pryee
1 v lor's First add..
Licensed to Wert.
Crofton Weiss Kock Island
Mrs. Emma Perger Kock Island
Herman Iluss Moline
Miss Lucy Ferry Moline
A Runaway Illryrle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. 11. Orner. Franklin Grove, III.
It developed a stubborn ulcer, un
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then P.ucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. It's just as good for
burns, scalds, skin eruptions and piles.
25 cents, at Hartz fc Ullemeyer's drug
for Over HIirtT Tmm
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, Boftens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
la the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
A Policeman's Testimony.
1. X. Patterson, night policeman at
Xasliua. Iowa. writes: "Last winter
I had a bad cold on mv lungs ami tried
it least half a dozen advertised cough
medicines and had treatment from
two physicians without getting any
benefit. A friend recommended Fo
ley's Honey and Tar and two-thirds
of a bottle cured me. I consider it
the greatest cough and lung medicine
in the world. Sold bv all
Beware of substitutes offerea by
unscrupulous 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 theii
victims. For sale by all druggists.
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs
and colds; reliable, tried and tested,
safe and sure. Sold by all druggists.
7S!V : 7
May. 7SH: 764: 78 '4 .
July, 74i; 71H; 74; 74.
Nov, 4P; 4J'x 41,; 44a.
Uec, 4t4; 41?: 44'j: 4IS-
May, 4:)", ; ; ; 43
, Nov. 36; 30 . 36: 3
Dec, S6H 354! A: 3t-V.
May, 30J4; 36; 3!1; 36.
Jan., 12.15; 10.15; 12 0a: 12 05.
May, 12.27; 12.27; 12.15; 12.15.
Jan , 6.9-2; 6.92; 6.7V P.75
May, 6.67, 6.b0; 6.75.6 75.
Jim.. 6.30: 6 30 6.27: 6.27.
May, 6.40; 6 42; 6.37; 6.37.
Rye, Dec. F5H: May 55; flax, N. W PI;
S. W. UO; Dec. 90; May 95; barley 40-.
Receipts today: Wheat 107, corn 177, oats
15S-. noRS 18.000; cattle 2 000. sneer 8.000.
Hoft market opened weak to 5c lower.
Lif ht. (4 70&5.20; mixed ana Dutc&
ers. f4.7ua.Y2.': Rood heavy, f 1.2535.15: roui a
Heavy, 4.254 5.
Cattle marxet opened steady.
Sheep market opened strong to 10c hiplier
Hues at Kansas City 5 000. cattle timn
hogs at Omaha 5.500, cattle 2,000.
Union stock yards 8:4n a. xa.
Hor market, slow, 5c lower.
Light, ft.70s5.20; mixed and batchers It 70
S5.20; cood heavy, I4.25&5 15; rough heavy,
Cattle market slow but steady.
Beeves S3.3o&5.50, cows ana "heifers 1.00
4.3-, Texas steers 12 7.a 00, stoefcers and
teeders J2 004.00, westerns 2.7ir,,4.L'5.
Sheep market strong: to 10c higher.
Hog market closed active.
Light, t4. 70tft 25; mixed and botchers, 4.70
5.-5: good neavy, 14 2ia5.io; rough heavy
Cattle market closed slow and weak.
Sheep market closed steady.
Estimated receipts Saturday: Wheat UK).
Corn 31a, oats 275, hogs 12,000.
Nw York Stocks.
New York. Nov. 6. The following are the
closing Quotations on the New York stock
Sugar 115. Gas P3V4.C R. I. &P. 24. South
ern Pacittic 4i. H. & o. 7iH. Atchison com
mon fi, Atchison pfd. 90, C. M. & St. P.
13sSi. Manhattan I36i. copper 36V. W. t?.
Tel. Co. 83", L. & N 100', O & A. 2S'. Rde.
common 44 v Can. Pacific us. Leather com
mon 7. K. K T. 35i. PaciHe Mail 1T
S. Steel ptd. 53i;, v. S. Steel common lr.
Penna. 117'4. Mo. Pacific Rav. l'ninn PmHHi-
7iy, coal and iron 271-.. Krie common 2tH4.
Wabash pfd. 32H Car foundry w. C. & G.
W. 15, Rep. Steel pfd. 4ft, Ren. Steel com
mon ... New York Central 117U. Illinois
LOCAL MARKET CONDITION
Todar'a Quotations on Provisions. Lire
8tock. Fd and FneL
Bock Island. Nov. 6. Following are
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery ilc&23c dairy isc.
Eggs Fresh 22c.
Live poultry Spring chickens 10c
pound hens tc per pound.
vegetables Potatoes, 75 to 80c
Cattle Steers fl.00 to 1.50. cow
heifers fa. 00 to f3.50, calves f3.00 to f5.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers f I 25 to t5 00.
Sheet) Ycarllncs or over, wr cwt. liSflto
13 50, Lambs per head (4.00 to 15.00.
Feed and FneL
Grain Corn 60a53c; oats, S5c
Forage Timothy hav. 1 8 to ilO.OO. nralr!e
li. straw f 5.00 to fe.OO.
Wood Hard, per load 15.00.
Coal Lamp, per bushel 13cG.14c. mine run
13c per bushel, slack, per bushel 7c
Cared of Plies After 40 Year.
C. Ilaney, of Geneva, Ohio, had the
piles for 40 jears. Doctors and dol
lars could do him no lasting good.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
him permanently. Invaluable for cuts,
burns, bruises, sprains, lacerations,
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, and all
other skin diseases. Look for the.
name DeW'ilt on the package all
others are cheap, worthless counter
feits. Sold by all druggists.