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the Anercrs, Monday, otoibeb 23, 1903.
Fair tonight and Tuesday;
Temperature At 7 a. m. 35;
at 2:30 p. ni. 80.
lie had a cold and who can tell? r
He might perchance have gotten well.
Hut everything folks said would cure
He took. The end was swift and sure.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Sale week at Adams',
llargain week at Adams'.
Bargain week at Adams'.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of lieidy Bros.
One more week of Adams" sale.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express. call Kobb's.
No old stock to give yon at Adams.
Headquarters for poultry at Sehroe
der's. For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Specials in outing hats at $1 at
Sweet cider, kraut and dill pickles
George II. Hull for tire insurance.
New "phone, 5S5".
Fancy Baldwin apples 8.1 cents per
bushel at Weckel's.
Thanksgiving neckwear at Ulle
meyer & Sterling's.
Order your Thanksgiving poultry at
II. Tremann's Sons.
Annual Thanksgiving sale of milli
nery at Miss Byrnes'.
CIreat sale of children's shoes all
this week at Adams'.
Remember the great couch sale at
C'lcniann Xr Salmann's.
$0.9." overcoat specials this week at
Ullemeyer & Sterling's.
Du fry's pure sweet cider, 25 cents a
gallon. Anderson Bros.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
and geese at Schroeder's.
Don't miss this week in saving mon
ey on your shoes at Adams'.
Watch Puncher's ad in tomorrow's
paper for cut prices on meat.
The best and choicest meats at the
right prices at .laeob Kroegel's.
Buy your Thanksgiving hats at rea
sonable prices. Mrs. LaFrenz.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Iioek Island Lumber company.
You can save money by buying your
stoves at Clemann & Salzmann's.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 283.
Apples by the barrel for Thanks
giving, only $2.50. at Anderson Bros'.
Ladies fancy golf gloves, large as
sortment, at Ullemeyer & Sterling's.
(Jood coal, coal, coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. Both telephones.
We're still in business and can sup
ply your grocery wants. Anderson
Plenty of nice, fresh oysters and
celery at Jacob Kroegel's, 1000 Third
Plentj- of chickens, turkeys, ducks
and geese, wholesale and retail, at
Young fc- McC'ombs will keep open
Wednesday evening, but closed all day
The secend in the series of concerts
given at the Bock Island Club yester
day afternoon by Papa-rewski was
enjoyed by a number of members and
A wonderful powder of rare
merit and unrivaled strength.
See Our Prices
Peanut candy, per lb., 10c.
Cocoanut candy, per lb., 10c.
Yankee peanut candy, per lb., 10c.
' Chewing cream candy, all flavors,
per lb., 10c.
Chocolate drops, per lb.. 15c.
We have installed for the benefit
of our customers a new hot water
apparatus for hot drinks of all
kinds and at all hours at a reason
able price of 5c per cup.
1810 SECOND AVENUE.
their friends, the maestro furnishing
an entire change of program.
Ullemeyer & Sterling for an im
mense line of the latest fall shirts.
Fresh dressed turkejs, geese, ducks
and chickens at H. Tremann's Sons'.
Telephone orders early.
The O. E. S. sewing circle is to meet
tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. M.
Witherell, 1431 Seventh avenue.
Pork tenderloins, spare ribs, saus
age meat, neck bones and pigs' feet
at H. Tremann's' Sons.
Mrs. LaFrenz's millinery is the place
to buy up-to-date hats for Thanks
giving. Prices favor everyone.
Ten per cent discount on couches
all this week at Clemann & Salz
mann's. Over 100 couches to select
Miss Ella Estes has changed her
dressmaking parlors from No. 1410
Third avenue to No. 616 Sixteenth
Graham's dancing school, 7 to 9 p.
m. Assembly, 9 to 12 p. m. Monday
evening, Nov. 23. Industrial hall, Rock
Put in your order early for a nice
turkey, duck or goose. Kuschmnnn
will have plenty of them. Nice, fat,
plump stock. 1 J
For style and requirements we are
able to till the demands of any trade,
any selection is strictly up-to-date, at
Plenty of choice turkeys, chickens,
ducks and geese for your Thanksgiv
ing dinner at Jacob Kroegel's, 1000
A few more horses wanted at Wal
lene .- Hamilton's boarding stables.
Special attention to boarders. Office,
30S Twentieth street.
Black Hawk district. No. 523, Court
of Honor, will give an entertainment
at Beselin's hall Monday evening.
Nov. 23. Everybody invited.
Black Hawk Court of Honor, No.
523. will give a dance at Beselin's
hall Nov. 23. All friends invited.
Gents, 25 cents; ladies, 15 cents.
Get your Thanksgiving turkey,
chicken, duck or goose at Jacob Kroe
gel's, 1006 Third avenue. You will be
sure to obtain a plump, well-fed bird.
Ullemeyer & Sterling open Wednes
day evening, giving you a chance to
buy your Thanksgiving suit and over
coat; $0.H5 overcoats special this week.
Pemember the sale of plum pud
dings, mince pies, etc., by the ladies
of the Central church at Thomas'
drug store Wednesday morning, Nov.
At last night's meeting of the Forty-five
club, held at the home of
Pierce Keane, David Fitzgerald anil
John Ainsworth whitewashed Capt.
John O'Connor and Mr. Keane.
William Trot t now, whose skull was
fractured in an accident Saturday,
was reported much improved at St.
Anthony's hospital this afternoon.
There is now hope of his recovery.
Company A is to be inspected this
evening, preceding the semi-monthly
dance at the Armory, by Maj. Beig. of
Geneseo. major in command of the
3rd battalion of the 6th regiment.
Capt. Gosch, of Company B, Geneseo,
will be present, also.
There wove two weddings at the
court house Saturday afternoon.
Judge Parmenter officiating for both
couples. They were Arthur McClel
land and Miss Lenora Stewart, and
Uichard J. Nelson and Miss Hilma
Carlson, all of Moline.
A rumor was circulated Saturday
night that there had been a hold-up
on the Rock Island road, but it was
subsequently proven to have been a
canard. Its origin was undoubtedly
an outgrowth of Ihe threats that have
been made against the company re
cently by supposed bandits.
It is not generally known among
the members of the 6th Illinois who
saw service in the Porto Rican cam
paign that Tom Horn, the famous
scout and frontiersman who was
hanged last Friday at Cheyenne. Wyo.,
for murder, was in charge of the pack
trains in Porto Rico. He landed at
Ponce and was with the 6th on the
march to the interior.
Trial of the case of John A. Reed
against the Tri-City railway for dam
ages for the killing of a dog by a
street car was taken up in the circuit
court this afternoon. A motion for a
new-trial was made by counsel for
plaintiff in the suit for damages of
Monroe Gingles against the city of
Rock Island and Rosenfield Bros., the
plumbers. " Judge Ilamsny will an
nounce his decision later on the mo
tion. A" freight on the Milwaukee, due in
this city Saturday evening, met with
an accident near Ardon, Iowa. A car
loaded with shelled corn jumped the
track, and after bounding along over
the ties for some distance, dropped
through a strestle over a highway,
blocking both the rail and wagon
roads and scattering corn in all direc
tion. The rest of the cars staid on
In these Thanksgiving ' days, when
you are enjoying your plenty, don't
forget the Thanksgiving social given
by the Aiken street chapel Christian
Endeavor society, for the benefit (of
the Union Mission. The work of this
mission is to care for and provide a
home for homeless children, a ca;ise
certainly worthy of support. There
will be a short program, and a talk by
W. B. Mclntyre. Refreshments will
be served for 10 cents. Admission,
free. Come and bring a thank offer
ing with you.
M. J. Bain, Ann Arbor "Have tried
many medicines but find nothing so
good as Rocky "Mountain Tea."
There's no other medicine that makes
sick people well so quickly. 35 cents.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, pharma
cist. . .. .
LARGE PAETY Iff YAIN
SEARCH FOR COBERtVS BODY
The story that August Coberg, the
missing Moline second hand dealer,
had been murdered and his body bur
ied in a sand pit at East Moline, was
exploded by an investigation conduct
ed by the police authorities Saturday.
Rudolph Patterson, of East Moline,
was responsible for the sensational
report, and today he was sentenced
to the county jail for 30 days for
disorderlj- conduct and vagrancy.
Patterson told Marshal Cable, ot
East Moline, that Frank Peterson had
admitted to him that he (Peterson)
and a companion had killed Coberg.
their motive being robbery, and plac
ed the body in a sand pit.
Friends of Coberg, mostly mem
bers of the Svithiod societ-, to which
the missing man belonged, still be
lieving there was some foundation
for the story of Patterson, organized
a large party yesterday and scoured
EaFt Moliue, but got no trace of Co
berg. PTJPILS OF MRS. PENROSE
ARE TO GIVE A RECITAL
The pupils of Mrs. J.- E. Penrose
are to give a recital at Augustana
college chapel Wednesday. The pro
gram, which will begin at 8 o'clock,
is to be as follows:
(a) Hide and Seek Holaender
(b) Spring Song l.Schytte
The Honor of Woods Murry
Aux Italians Owen Meredith
Mazurka de Concert Musen
The Night Run of the Overland .Peake
Her Letter Bret Harte
Heart's Ease Anonymous
Mary E. Johnston.
Slavische Tanze, No. 1 Dvoiak
Stage Struck Morgan
Merchant of Venice, Act 1. Scene 2..
Portia. Amanda Eastberg.
Nerissa. Mabel Heath.
Servant. Frank Lenord.
WORK IN OPEN FACTORIES
The secretary of the local cigar
makers' union at Davenport today re
ceived a communication from the
president of the international union
stating that members would not be
permitted hereafter to accept employ
ment in open shops. Most of the
cigar factories in Davenport arc open
that is, both union and non-union
men are employed and if the order
is enforced will result in the loss of
position to about fifty men.
FURS AT THE BOSTON STORE '
Davenport. Tneady Afternoon and all Day
The entire sample line 'of one of the
largest furriers in New York City will
be placed on sale Tuesday afternoon
and all day Wednesday at a great sav
ing in price. Come early and secure
HAKNED & VOX MAUI!,
Advertised Letter List No. 47.
For the week ending Nov. 21:
George Alexalider, Susie Blackburn,
Peator M. Brower, W. Breecher, Stew
art Brisbing, Frank Crabtree, W. J.
Fleming, R. H. dear, Rev. O. F. Jor
dan, (Just Johnson, J. C. Kelly. Mrs.
Anna J. Kean, T. E. King. Mrs. Emma
Lott. Mrs. 11 E. Mangold. C. E. Mer
ton, Mrs. Clara McLean, Mrs. G. Mar
shall. Mrs. William Ryan, George S.
Sullivan, George Sullivan. Minnie
White (2), John W. Young, Miss Han
nah Yardt, John Young. Foreign
Ilerrn Franz Eichhorn.
T. H. THOMAS, P. M.
River forecast for 4S hours ending
8 a. m., Wednesday. Nov. 25. 100."): A
falling tendency in the Mississippi
will occur between Dubuque and Dav
enport. The stage of water was 5.50 all day
and the temperature at noon was ;i2.
Rule an to Foreign Corporations.
lcs Moines. Ia., Nov. 'S.i. Attor
ney General Mullan, at the request of
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw, has
filed on opinion witli the secretary of
state in -which he holds that foreign in
surance companies can buy securities,
mortpigos, bonds, etc., in the state
without filing articles of incorporation
tuid paying the fees for such incorpor
ations. 8ay He's Carrying Another's Load.
East St. Louis, III.. Nor. 23. "W. A.
Pay ton, a deputy county clerk of St.
Clair county, has been arrested on a
charge of forgfry. He is charged with
having raised county warrants. Pay
toa asserts that he is Innocent and that
he is "earning a load" for another.
Iiurglar Vlit Mrs. Kddy.
Concord. N. II., Nov. 23. The resi
dence of Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy,
the founder of Christian Science, was
entered and a numler of gold and. sil
ver articles and other valuables were
Will Be a Good" Ki1an-e.
De Moines, Nov. 23. James Clark,
known as "Yellow," who confessed to
an assault on 10-year-old Ollie Hess at
Kahoka, Mo., near here, stated to Sher
iff Burton he would dance a hornpipe
on the scaffold; if permitted. Clark will
hang for his crime next Thursday
evening at 0 o'clock.
All the news all the time The
SOME COLD WEATHER. MEEDS
Very best Vaseline 4c
Benzolnated Cream lOe
Witch Hazel Cream, for chapped
lips and hands, large size 15c
Woodbury's Facial Cream . ...2te
2-qt. Hot Water Bottles 31c
THE ROCK ISLAND FURNITURE CO.'S STOCK
is well known, by a decree of the court signed by Judge Parmenter, we were the buyers from the
assignee, of all the stock of the Rock Island Furniture Co. at a very low price, which will enable us
to close it out at a reduction of 25 TO 65 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
MONDAY, NOV. 25 we will begin the sale, and as fast as we can arrange the display from day
to day, will name special prices that will send it out lively.
Monday will be Couch Day 34 Twenty Hall Mirrors and Racks Thiry-nine Fine Center Tables
brand new handsome Couches French bevel mirrors, quartered the Rock Island Furniture Co.'s
Rock Island Furniture Co. 's prices, oak frames R. I. Furniture Co.'s prices were $1.00 to $10.75
$8.00 to $20 00- ffiC rjf prices $4to85, Cgfof PVT A7C
Our prices $13.50 to &Jr Js our prices $5.00 to i?jti9JJ $7.17 to J a
You will see it's one-quarter, one-third and a half off from the present marked selling prices.
Lots of Chairs, Rockers, Dressing Tables, Sideboards, Beds and Dressers, Diningroom Furniture, Go-Carts, Baby
Carriages and the thousand and one articles always kept in a well appointed furniture stock will share the same fate.
MONDAY WE PLACE ON SALE
Lined with the celebrated
Skinner Satin, at $16.00.
They are the stylish 22-inch length
made in the best manner and are reg
ular $25,00 values, just ten at this
be prompt . .
A full line of Krimmer Astrachan
Near Seal Coats, at unusually low
prices. The near seal coats are all
near seal or with spuirrel, beaver,
marten or nutria collars, cuffs and
Special Jackets, $6.98
55 Winter Jackets made in military,
half fitting and other up-to-date styles
from kersey, cheviots, etc. colors
black, blue, brown and castor, values
from $8.00 to $12.00,
Ladies' Tennis Gowns
10 dozen, made of plump, fleeced ten
nis flannel, collar and cuffs of blue or
pink cloth, S1.00 is the price, but
these ten dozen .go
Ladies fine Tricot Flannel Waists,
tucked front and
Shoulder Shawls in gray and brown
plaids, fringed, 25C
EAEEY SMITH ALSO HELD
ON CHARGE OF LARCENY
Harry Smith, arrested with .lack
l'.rennan for the theft of money and
a watch from A. I). Welker, a delegate
to the" recent convention of the
Knights of Pythias of the state, was
this1 morning bound over ly Police
Magistrate ("5. A. .lohnson to the grand
jury in the sum of $:0( on a charge
cf larceny. He furnished security.
Smith waived examination. He is ac
cused of having taken Welker" s .watch.
(ins Johnson. Sam Smith and Fld
ridge Keeling were each fined $3 for
('. M. Dudley (colored), of Moline,
ami a Hock Island white boy giving
the name of Isaac Spivens, clinched
t the Evans tamale wagon on Seven
teenth street and Second avenue Sat
nrday night. Spivens objected to din
ing with a colored person, and the
pair were mixing it w hen Officer John
Kinney appeared on the scene and
piloted them to police headquarters,
where each was assessed $3 for dis
turbing the peace.
Apples New York Apples.
Two carloads of apples at the C, 15.
(fc Q. depot,' Twentieth street. New
York Baldwins, New York Hussets
and llhode Island Greenings. To be
sold at the lowest price, at $:J.50 per
barrel, delivered, or 85 cents per bush
el; nothing less than three bushels.
Good for 10 days only. Don't miss
this opportunity. Inquire at coal of
fice, south of depot.
Notice is hereby given that the im
tVrsigned has been appointed assignee
of the Rock Island Furniture com
pany, a corporation of the state of
Illinois doing business at the city of
Hock Island, in Kock Island county,
Illinois, and all persons holding any
claim or claims against said company
are hereby notified to present the
same to the undersigned under oath
or affirmation within three months
from this date whether said claims
are due or not. All persons indebted
to said company are requested to
make prompt payment to the under
signed. Dated Hock Island, 111., Oct. 31, A.
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINGS BANK,
Small waists are no longer in style.
It's the round plump waist that comes
by taking Rocky Mountain Ten; that's
all the go. 35 cents. For sale by T. II.
(73 fFZl f
THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
Ladies' Golf Gloves
25c, 39c, 50c.
Entire importation ladies plain col
or and fancy golf gloves plain and
clasp waists splendid
values at 50c, 39c and ....OC
In the Men's Furnishing Dept.
23 doz men's silk-lined Kid Gloves
It T. f f .e,c!?! $1.00
Men's heavy Sweaters, all wool,
in cardinal, navy J -4 Ay
and black I tT
Boys' worsted Sweaters, fancy
stripes, extra (I -J fC
well made PLUU
25 doz. new Ascot and Four-in-hand
Ties, 75c value Thanks- Cflf
giving special .OvfC-
12c Tennis Flannel 8ic
1000 yds. extra heavy tennis flan
nels, fancy and staple patterns, us
ually 12&c yd. To call sharp at
tention to our assortment of ten
nis and outing flannels we will sell
this lot Monday and Tuesday if
they last at 5ir
&y2c yard, Sc
All sizes for women, misses and
children, part wool or all wool, full
or half button.
Women's at $1.1S, S9c and ....62c
Misses at 97c, 79c and 50c
Children's at S7c, C9c and 42c
PROGRAM COMPLETE FOR
The program for the union Thanks
giving service. Thursday morning at
the Broadway Presbyterian church,
has been completed, and is as follows:
Organ prelude, reading of the presi
dent's proclamation. Rev. W. S. Mar
quis; doxology; invocation. Rev. 1). L.
MeXary; Thanksgiving anthem.
(Tebbs); responsive reading of psalm
107. Rev. R. P.. Williams; hymn;
reading or scripture lesson. Rev. Wil
liam Torrance; "O. Thou that Tell
est, (Handel), Mrs. Reynolds and
choir; sermon. Rev. H. W. Keed; pray
er. Rev. J. P.. Hutter; offering for as
sociated charities; hymn No. 8:;();
benediction, Rev. F. L. I.itrodt: or
The congregations uniting for the
union services are the First Baptist,
First Methodist. Memorial Christian.
United Presbyterian, Spencer Memori
WE WISH TO THANK THE PUBLIC
for the assistance they rendered us in making onr opening Saturday
the great success it was. We are more than pleased with the way our
new market has been received, and it will be our earnest endeavor to
please our patrons in every way possible. We also wish to announce
that we will have an exceptionally large display of the choicest
Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks znd Geese for Thanksgiving.
HAVE YOU NOTICED OUR. PRICES ?
The best Porterhouse Steak on
the market r
Best Sirloin Steak on the $
market, per pound... SrC
Good Beef Roast, 7 '
per pound -6
Good Boiling Beef. gL
per pound - 2
The Best Round Steak on 27 flfs
the market, per pound .. & ILPls
3 pounds good
Steak :- JC
jF. M. Meyer's JVeW
1513 SECOJVD AVEfiUE,
Three days more of the Thanks
giving Linen Sale. The big busi
ness we did last week shows what
the people think of this depart
ment. Some still better values are
offered this week.
72-inch bleached satin damask
Scotch table linen, by the yard or
in pattern cloths, beautiful pat
terns, double borders. If you are
looking for a real heavy table linen
here it is at d aa
per yard P 1 .UU
Napkins to match $3.00 dozen.
2 yards all-linen fringed table
spreads white, red and
blue borders, special at...
36-inch plain linen hemstitched
openwork lunch cloths, very spec
ial for this sale 35c
45-inch all-linen damask lunch
cloths, $2.00 values,
47 pairs of Women's fine enamel
Shoes, heavy welt soles were $3
and $3.50 some sizes gone, take
your Bize, while they
These are made by one of the best
factories in the country
About half case of Women's extra
heavy Hose, double soles, heels
and toes, best fast black, the 19c
kind, here this week
al (Methodist). Central Presbyterian.
German Methodist. Broadway Presby
terian. LOW PRICES ON PORK.
Now ltelnar Made at s-hroeder Bros.'
Twentieth Street Market.
Owing to a recent decline in the hog
market, we are enabled to make the
following low prices:
Pork loins, per lb., 10c.
Pork shoulders, jut 11)., Sc.
Pork chops. fer lb.. 10c.
Pork steak, per lb.. Sc.
And all other meats proportionate
ly low. Yours for low prices.
Do you feel mean, cross, all out of
sorts, no ambition. all broke up?
Rocky Mountain Tea will make you
strong, healthy and robust. 3" cents,
tea or tablet form. For sale by T.
IT. Thomas, pharmacist.
We have now on sale
ENGLISH CHAMOIS VESTS
Faced on the outside with all wool
cloth impervious to cold, made
with elastic Bide section. You
know prices have ranged from
$2.00 to $2.50, we price them 1.50
TIME NOW TO THINK ABOUT
THESE are the times when a house
with a character and a record back
of it can show its real worth to the
buying public. We have convinced the
people of this community that they can
do better here than elsewhere and
there never was a season when our
line of watches, diamonds, rings, broo
ches, jewelry of all kinds, clocks, nov
elties, silverware, toiletware, etc.,
were so thoroughly complete as now.
It is well for you to know these facts.
Our stocks are selected judiciously,
and with a view to giving our custo
mers absolutely reliable goods. Most
people know that reliability is what
gave this department its enviable rep
utation as well as other departments
in this store and that everything is
sold strictly on its merits.
Just received our new Floral pat
terns in best silver plated table flat
ware. Equal in workmanship to the
finest sterling silver and no higher in
price than ordinary triple-plate wear.
Silver Mugs, hand engraved,
on quadruple plate OvIC
Babys' plump solid gold Signet Rings,
Ladies 10-year gold filled Watchcase
with seven jeweled j fif
These are only samples of the many
special good things shown in this department.
H. DALE CLINE TAKES A
WIFE AT BL00MINGT0N,
H. Dale ( line, of this city, was mar
ried Wednesday of last week at
llloomington. III., where he is em
ployed as inspector for the Central
Union Telephone company, to Miss
Grace VYhitwood. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Wemyss Smith,
pastor of St. Matthew's Episcopal
church. The bride is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James II. VYhitw ood and
had; for some time been employed as
teacher in the P.Ioomington puhlhi
schools. Mr." ('line is a young man
well known in this city, Inning grad
uated from the local high school with
the class of 1902.
There is no cough medicine so pop
ular as Foley's Honey and Tar. It
contains no opiates or poisons and
never fails to cure. Sold by all druggists.
Prime Rib Roast of Beef,
per pound J
3 lbs Hamburger Steak jpT Q
Picnic Hams, $tr
Fresh Pork Roast, O,o
Home Made Mince meat, q