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THE AHGHJ8, FBI DAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1903.
Threatening weather, with
probably rain or snow to
night and Satarday; no de
cided change in temperature.
J . M. SHERIER,
; Temperature At 7 a." m. 33;
at 2:30 p. m. 40.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Adams' $3 shoes $2.59.
Adams' if 5 shoes $3.'JS.
: Adams' $1.50 shoes $1.29.
Adams' $:$.50 shoes $2.!)S.
Adams' $2.50 shoes $2.19.
For insurance, F. J. Hums.
liny a home of IJeidy Bros. .
Fur day, Saturday, at Uennett's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Oysters and celery at Schroeder's. '
- Ladies' shoes $1.19 and up at Louie's.
For bus, baggage, express. call llobb's.
Dressed chickens and ducks at H?s9
J5ros". '- -'
All kinJs of pork at II. Tremami'i
For real estate and insurance, E. J,
Hoys shoes, the kind that wear, at
"One-fifth olf on misses' shoes, at
Nicely dressed turkeys at Harris &
(.I a u ley's.
Fresh shrimp in bulk at II. Tre-'
Twenty per cent olT on children's
. Iluy your fur goods at Dennett's
and save money.
The largest stock of gloves to select
from at Bennett's..
Spare ribs and neck bones at II.
Plenty of fresh dressed ducks at II.
Hoys' overcoats $1.75 to $10 at Som
mers & LaVelle's.
Men's heavy wool trousers $1.75.
S. miners & LaYelle.
Iulk and canned oysters and celery
at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Men's patent colts, $2. 50, at Louie's.
T'very pair guaranteed..
Pineapples, Florida, orajiges, grapes
and pears at Hess Bros.
Fresh dressed old chickens ID cents
per pound at Schroeder's.
Buy your coalof Theodore lloldorf.
Suburban Telephone 94;).
Men's heavy fleeced underwear 50
eects per garment. Sommers & La
Yelle. - ; , .' .
Fresh dressed spring and old chick
ens at II. Tremann's Sons.
See west window. Men's shirts, 39
cents. Young & McCombs.
Overcoats, $5 to $35; plenty of belt
styles. Sommers & LaYelle.
The $1 solid sterling silver teaspoons
5S cents Saturday at McCabe's.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Rock Island Lumber company.
That $1.25 black taffeta, yard wide,
95 cents Saturday at McCabe's.
Pure Italian silk $1.50 slumber robes
50 cents Saturday at McCabe's.
Nice; fresh-dressed spring chickens
12'za cents per pound at Schroeder's.
A few men's heavy undershirts at
15 cents at Sommers & LaYelle's.
Lloyd's stock of gloves is undoubt
edly the most complete in the city.
' Men's shirts, exceptional values, 39
cents at Young r McCombs' Saturday.
Our sweater stock is complete for
men and boys. Sommers & LaYelle.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 283.
The very latest styles in scarfs and
coafi at Bennett's. Fur day, Saturday
Men's fine cassimere pants, worth
$4, only $2.",9. You know us. The
Good coal, coal, coal, coal, coal, at
Mueller Lumber company's. Both tel
English square ties, the $1 kind, 50
cents, .extra value. You know us.
Nice, fresh dressed spring chickens
V2y. cents per pound at the racking
Nice, fresh dressed spring chickens
12L- cents per pound at the Backing
Nice, fresh dressed spring chickens
12',4 cents per pound at the Packing
Plenty of fresh spare ribs and all
kinds of pork cuts at the Backing
Plenty of fresh spare ribs and all
kinds of pork cuts at the Packing
Plenty of fresh spare vibs and all
kinds of pork cuts at (he Packing
Nice, .fresh dressed spring chickens
12'3 cents per pound at the Packing
, Men's $2.25 colt skin shoes $1.45;
children's $1 kid shoes 09 cents Satur
day at McCabe's.
Chickens, spring lamb, oysters, cel
ery and choice cuts of meats at
If you want the best i-u underwear,
gloves, caps and all kinds of furnish
BARGAIN Selling at T5he
Tomorrow, Saturday morning
from 9 to 10 o'clock we shall
have an hour of swift selling,
when we shall place on sale
50 dozen of Wilson Bros',
make of fine Suspenders
all 50c qualities ' -T)
25 doz. of men's black sat
een shirts, also black and
white stripe, 50c
values at . . . v
This sale is for one hour, from 9
to lO a. m. tomorrow, Saturday--None
before 9' and none after 10
o'clock, and but one pair of sus
penders and one shirt to a cus-
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ing goods, see Lloyd. Harper house
block. . "
Heavy ribbed underwear, extra 50-
cent values, only 38 cents Saturday
only at the London.
The trail not the tale but "The
Trail of the Yankee." at Y. M. C. A
hall Tuesday, 17th.
"The Trail of the Yankee" at the
Y. M. C. A. auditorium Tuesday, 171 h.
Admission, 25 cents.
Peoria oak and Peoria air blasts
that can't be beat. See them at
Summers'. Prices right.
Warm caps, just the thing for this
kind of weather: all kinds at the
right prices, at Lloyd's.
Attend the Orma club dance. Turner
opera house, Davenport, every' Satur
day qnd Sunday evening.
Wear the best make of clothing
Stein-BIoch company suits and over
eats. Sommers & LaYelle.
Women's 25-cent wool hose 14 cents,
children's 15-cent ribbed hose 10 cents
a pair Saturday at McCabe's.
Just received another shipment of
the very latest in fall and winter
hats at (lustafson & Hayes.
See those $15 men's suits, worth up
to $20. All irreat bargains. Come.
Help us unload. The London.
500 men's fancy dress shirts, real
value $1, Saturday 30 cents. See west
window. Young & McCombs.
Our men's suits from $7.50 to $12
break the record for low prices
shown at (lustafsoi. & Hayes.'
Extra fine chocolate creams 12,
cents a pound; salted peanuts 10 cents
a pound Saturday at McCabe's.
Special retort soft coal stove that
holds steady fire 30 hours. A fuel
saver. See them at Summers.
The best is none too good, and if
you want the best in suits or over
coats go to (iustafson & Hayes.
We are showing more fine suits and
overcoats than any other clothing
store in the city, (iustafson St Hayes
lirussei s sprouts, cam mower, cu
cumbers, watercress, egg plant and
head lettuce at Hess Bros', tomorrow,
F. A. Leithner has opened a tailor
shop over (iustafson & Hayes' cloth
ing store. Cleaning and repairing a
"Trail of the Yankee," Tuesday, 17th.
(Jet tickets for W. H. Stead's' "The
Trail of the Yankee," Tuesday, at Y.
M. C. A. hall.
Note the extreme cuts in millinery
at McCabe's. 100 ladies and misses
hats 5 cents, up to $5 trimmed hats at
You need a stove buy it now, while
you get wholesale prices. Last chance.
Bradford. O'Brien & company, 303
$50 in ca-sh if I can't sell you all
kinds of stoves cheaper than anybody
in the three cities. Jones, the only
Be sure and attend the great sam
ple shoe sale at Finne's new shoe
store. See display in east window.
Read large ad on this page.
Lloyd's stock of underwear is com
posed of the very best grades- at
prices which are sure to move them
fast. Now is the time to buy.
A great sale of cut chrysanthemums
at. McCabe's all day Saturday. 50 and
75 cents and $1 per dozen for royal
blossoms, worth double these prices.
A dispatch, sent from .Toliet. states
that W. B. Ferguson, sent from this
city for embezzlement, has been par
oled by the board of pardons of the
The Trail of the Yankee," by W. H.
Stead, is interesting, instructive, hu
morous and highly entertaining. You
will want to hear it for 25 ceuts. at
Y. M. ('. A. hall.
The city council, at ifs special meet
ing yesterday afternoon, inspected
anil accepted the paving improvement
on Seventeenth street between Ninth
and Eighteenth avenues.
C. J. Searle and family are now dom
iciled in their new home, purchased
from T. II. MeXevin. at 'J.'U Twentieth
street. Mr. and Mrs. MeXevin are
boarding at the Hotel Harms.
Heady made or tailor made, the (J.
Sr H. special in suits and overcoats
leads them all for fit. style and work
manship. Prices from $1G.5() to $27.50.
This make sold only by (Iustafson &
The Daughters of . tin American
Revolution will meet with Mrs. Craig.
1720 Seventh avenuei Saturday at 11
a. m.. instead of Monday, as previous
ly announced. Prof. C. W. Foss will
deliver an address.
The Central Union Telephone com
pany is in trouble at Kewanee. I he
trades and labor assembly of that
city has placed the company on the
unfair list, the action following a
long controversy over labor troubles.
lways something new at the Lon
don. This time it's men's suits, worth
up to $20, for $15. This is a snap
worth considering. . These suits are
real live bargains snaps that are not
always to be had. You know us. The
Do your trading at an up-to-date.
well-lighted clothing store. Costs you
less than at the dark, dingy stores.
We do the largest business and sell
for less. See the new lot of men's
suits for $15, worth up to $20. Great
snap. You know us. The London.
The lighting plant at the new li
brary building on Fourth avenue aud
Nineteenth street was inspected last
evening by the library board, which
held -a special meeting for that pur
pose. It was found to be according
to'contract and first class in all re
"Naaman, the Leper," was the topic
of Key. O. W. Lawrence at the revival
at Memorial Christian church last
evening. Miss Jessie Cogue sang a
solo, "Blessed Assurance." There-are
to be no services either tonight or
Davenport's &gs Ssfti-'ASSf.
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Extraordinary Sale of Men's Fine Winter Suits and Overcoats at
Your F.re PaJd Both Wsxys.
A Sewing of S5.00 Guaranteed.
tomorrow night. the revival closes
The building committee today made
its report to the board of directors
of the Modern Woodmen recommend
ing the awarding of the contract for
the erection of the head office exten
sion to Yolk "it Co.. of this city. No
action has' vet been taken on the
matter by the board.
John Collins, sent from this city to
Pontiae, and recently paroled, has
gotten into trouble again, having been
arrested in Davenport yesterday. He
is wanted for damaging a set of har
ness by fa.-t driving belonging' to a
local liveryman. 11 will probably be
returned to the rt'oriuatorv.
Owing t a railroad accident the
train bearing the Suzanne Adams
company, -which was to iiave given a
concert at the First Congregational
church. Moline. last evening, was de
layed and it was necessary to post
pone the entertainment until this ev
ening, tickets secure! ;r last even
ing are good for this evening.
OrlilT JolTery. of (ieneseo, who was
reported us having died in a Daven
port hospital, as the result of an in
jury . received in a football game, is
is much a'ixe as eer, according to
the (ieneseo News. It seems that he
was not .'ii'v not injured, but did not
take part i'i the a-ame that w.js sup
posed ii) have proved 'fatal to him.
f Attention M. TV. A. . Camp .1119.
There will be ; social ' da nee after
the meeting of amp "L'UO, M. W. A.,
Friday evening." Nov. !.".
TH!. ( muttki:.
25 per cent
0ix Boys Reefer
Storm and Small
Ullemeyer & Sterling
Specials For Saturday.
Kxtreme reductions in miiiinery. "
100 ladies' and misses' hats, oc.
Those $t and $ " trimmed hats, $2.
T'.e dress prints, 5c.
Kxtra fine chocolate creams, lb..
Salted peanuts, lb.. l()c.
llic fancy tennis flannel, Cc.
Women's "Jc wool hose, 14c.
Children's 15c ribbed hose, 10c.
Men's .2.'-5 calf skin shoes. $1.45.
Children's .1 kid shoes, tWc.
Marble, 1 table oil cloth. 12 Vic.
Misses fancy wool skirts, 75c.
Women's -i fancy waists, .fl.
$1.25 black taffeta, yard wide. .5c.
Men's ribbed fleeced underwear, l'.k.
W hite wool flannel, yd.. 10c.
Pure silk $1.50 slumber robes. 50c.
$1 sterling silver teaspoons, 5sc.
4c jardiniere stands. 2Sc.
Pig sale of chrysanthemums.
Music in the evening-.
The Mae. Win na and Helen I'.hiir
weio in port today.
The stage of water was t."u at 0 a.
m. :; nd 0.55 at noon. The leippera
tnjeit'noon was M7.
J'iver forecast for 4 hours endinir
S a. in.. Sunday,- Nov. 15. l'.'O:): The
Mississippi will continue to fall slow
ly between Dubuque and Davenport.
ILLINOIS ODD FELLOWS
ARE IN GOOD CONDITION
(wand Master C. S. Harris, of the
Illinois Ovid Fellows, in his annual re
port, to be submitted to tiie grand
lodge at Springfield next week, com
ments vn the prosjerous condition of
the. order, saying that there are now
in the state over t00 subordinate
lodges an 1 over Got) lichekah bulges,
the foririer with a membership of G4.
000 and the latter a membership of
A Srtntlllc Discovery.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the
stomach that which it is unable to do
for itself, even when but slightly dis
ordered or overloaded. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure supplies the natural juices
of digestion and does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the nervous ten
sion, while the inflamed muscles of
that organ are' allowed to rest and
heal. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you ea't and enables the stomach
and digestive organs. to transform all
food into rich, 1'cd blood. Sold by all
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Saturday Special Snaps.
2-quart blue enamel pudding pans
2-quait blue enamel preserving ket
tle at 25c.
Children's school cra.vons, assorted
colors, per box. 4c.
American slate pencils, special. 10
Fancy letter paper, special, per box,
Children's wool caps, special, at 25c.
Your choice of $2.50 felt street hats,
Oreat bargains of assorted buttons,
your choice, per card, lo.
(Mass berry dishes. S-inch size, spe
Decorated breakfast plates. 7-inch
size, special. Gc.
Pearl shirt waist sets, special, pi r
Fancy belt pins, special. 7c.
Men's suspenders, cord end. wire
buckle, very special, lie.
Flesh salted peanuts, per lb., b'c
Fresh peanut brittle, per lb.. 10e.
David Smith will give a public da ncc,
corner Fifth street and Third avenue,
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Commencing Saturday, Nov. 14 and
will continue for One Week. We have
made l pvirchLse of 500 pairs, which
we will sell at 1-2 ond 2-3 off the regu
15 pairs of men's fine Yelour Calf, lace, half double
side, hand welt. A. I?. & C, all sizes, 5 - to 10',,.
regular value $:;.50 Cl'O TQ
Sample sale price kjjwx C3
40 pairs Men's P.ox. Yiei anil Calf J'.al., Cap foe and
plain toe, heavy sole. V. and F.F., all sizes. 7 to 10'.
Kegular value $2.25, $2.50 and $;i.OO, CCl . XT (
Samjile Sale Price 4lOVy
12 pairs Men's Patent Colt bal. and Dlucher, 15 and 1)
wide, heavy s;;le, hand welt, all sizes, 6 to 11, regu
lar $:5.50 value. Sample Sale "7
12 pairs Poys shoes, l.cix Calf, heavy sole, sizes '.'.,
to A... regular value $1.75. Sample Cl"! 5C
Sale Price Zpl.Vy
20 pairs Ladies Yioi, Patent ti. lace, heavy sole, all
si.es. 4 to 7. Regular value $1.50, Cll 1 CI
Sample Sale price ZpllO
pairs Ladies Patent Colt hand welt, heavy sole.
A 15 and C wide, all sizes :! to 7 regular $:!.on value
s pairs Misses' Dougda lace, heavy sole, sizes l.'l to
2. regular value $1.50, ' QQ
Sample Sale Price J
55 pairs Ladies Yiei Kid and P.ox Calf, heavy sole, p,
C and D. regular value $2.50 and $ :.oo. GlA C C
Sample Sale l'riee
Remember the Place, 1610 Second Avenue, 5
Doors East of the Illinois Theatre.