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the Anercrs, Friday, 2ove3ibek 27, 1903
Fair tonight and Saturday;
Temperature At 7 a. m. 19;
at 2:30 p. m. 26.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express. call Robb's.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
George II. Hull for lire insurance.
New 'phone, 5S37.
Hats and caps, full line at the blue
front. The Lfmilon.
Women's fleece lined hose 7 cents a
pair Saturday at McCabe's.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Rock Island Lumber company.
23 cents buys the regular 50-eent
gloves and mittens at the London.
Mill end lengths table oil cloth 10
cents a jard Saturday at McCabe's.
Chocolate and vanilla fudges I2y2
cents a pound Saturday at McCabe's.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 283,
Good coal, coal,- coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. Doth telephones.
Ladies' $3 welt shoes $2.33, boys'
$1.50 thick sole shoes Saturday
Rock Island Furniture company's
stock wood seat dining chairs 44 cents
Saturday at McCabe's.
A new son has arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seuss, 1316
All kinds of coal at all times. Tri
City Transfer it Fuel company, 215
Twentieth street. Prompt delivery.
Get in line, follow the crowd to the
big blue front. See our $15 suits and
overcoats. They are right. The Lon
don. Graham's dancing school, 7 to 9 p.
m. Assembly. 9 to 12 p. m. Monday
evening, Nov. r.O. Industrial hall, Rock
Heavy gray covert cloth working
coats, rubber interlined, worth $1.75.
for $1.15, Saturday, only at the Lon
don. Lots of talk now about McCabe's
jewelry department.' Saturday they
offer $1 sterling top cream jars for
Another lot ladies' trimmed hats 5
cents, and additional styles of readj'-
to-wear hats for $1 all day Saturday
at MeCabe s.
Not a more social time nor even
ing's entertainment, can be had than
at the Fraternal Tribunes, at Odd Fel
lows hall, Dec. 1.
A few more horses wanted at Wal-
lene & Hamilton's boarding stables
Special attention to boarders. Office,
308 Twentieth street.
The ladies of the German Evangeli
cal church will give a coffee and ba
zar Dec. 3, afternoon and evening
All friends are invited.
See the one-act comedy, "Snobson's
Stag Party," at Odd Fellows hall, Dec.
1, given by the young men's drill team
of the Fraternal Tribunes.
The entertainment and dance given
for the benefit of the drill team of
the Fraternal Tribunes at Odd Fel
lows hall Tuesday evening. Dec. 1, will
be the event of the season.
Now that the cold weather is ap
proaching the announcement of the
Rock Island Sash & Door works,
which appears on page two of this is
sue, will prove interesting reading.
The residence of Susan Kirkman,
on Grant street, in Milan, was de
stroyed by tire yesterday morning.
The fire is believed to have been caus
ed b- a defctive flue. The loss is
Those who enjoy ice skating will be
interested in knowing that William
Davis has again opened the Triangle
Skating park opposite the foot of
Twenty-fourth street. The ice is said
to be in good condition.
Mr. and Mrs. D. X. rhillips, of An
dalusia, have issued invitations to the
wedding of their daughter. Miss Syl
via Phillips, to David Simpson, of Edg
ington. The nuptials will be celebra
ted at the Phillips home next Wednes
day. A delegation of Chicago sports
were here Wednesday night for a cock
ing main and dog fight that took
place in a secluded spot south of the
city. A number of tri-city sports
were present. There were alout 100
in the party gathered at the scene of
About fifty barrels of those choice
Xew York apples (Baldwins and Rus
sets) are left in the refrigerator car
at the C. H. Xr Q. depot and will pos
itively be closed out tomorrow at $2
and $1.50 per barrel. Ten cents extra
George W. McCaskrin delivered his
lecture, "Coming Cp Through the
Crust," before an appreciative audi
ence at Sacred Heart hall last even
ing. His language was forcible and
choice. He treated his subject in an
original and scholarly manner.
Ray Kennedy, of this city, and Miss
Margaret Zinkula. of Davenport, were
Will take care of
and they will be
well cared for.
We are showinga
ment of pleasinpr
adapted to the
wants and re
quirements o f
our pati ons Our
ARE PREPARED TO SUP
PLY YOUR SHOE WANTS
WE ARK CARRYING A
LARGER STOCK OK
MEN'S FINESHOESTH AN
EVER BE FORK. WE ARK
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
PATENT LEATH ERS
A generous as
sortment, full of
merit. If you
economy in prie
we are here to
W E A R E SELLING Til ES E
FINE SHINY SHOES
FOR 50c AXD A DOLLAR
LESS IX PRICE THAX
IS USUALLY CHARGED
IX SHOE STORES.
united in marriage at 8 o'clock last
evening at the parsonage. of the First
Methodist church. Rev. R. B. Williams
officiating. The groom is employed
as salesman at Hess Bros', grocery,
and the couple will make their home
at 11053 Fifteenth street. -
There was a large attendance at
the recital given by the Conservatory
of Music pupils at August ana chapel
Wednesday evening. The program
was a varied and highly entertaining
one, the young people taking part
show ing excellent training. Those on
the program were Miss Mildred Pe
terson, Roy Kracke, Miss Mabel
Heath, Miss Florence Friestat, Miss
Anna Easberg, Miss Mary E. John
son, Miss Agnes Laurence, Miss Ger
trude Davis, and Frank Leonard.
EEED FAILS TO RECOVER
FOR- KILLING OF HIS E0Q
The jury in the case of John A.
Reed against the Tri-City Railway
company at 4:30 Wednesday after
noon rturned a verdict for defendant.
Reed asked $500 damages for the kill
ing of a dog by a bridge line car at
Sixteenth street and Third avenue.
Jacob Margrum has filed suit for $1,
000 damages against Joseph llamm.
Both are employed by the Rock Isl
and Brewing company. During a dis
pute last summer Hamm, so it is al
leged, stabbed Margrum in the side
with a cold chisel inflicting a wound
that confined him to his bed for a
number of weeks. J. L. Haas is at
torney for the plaintiff.
SWITCHMAN LOSES AN -ARM
Charles Mahaffy Falls Under Car Wheel!
In Rock Island Yards.
Charles Mahaffy, aged 35. a' switch
man in the employ of the Rock Island
road, while breaking a coupling in
the lower yards Wednesday night
slipped and fell, the car wheels pass
ing over his left arm. The injured
man was removed in the ambulance
to St. Anthony's hospital, where the
arm was amputated above the elbow.
Mahaffv is married.
MRS. ELLEN NELSON, AGED 64
SUFFOCATED AT HER HOME
Miss Ellen Xelson, aged f4, was
asphyxiated this morning at her
ht.me, 242! Fifth avenue. Moline. her
body being found in a pit below a
closet, where she had gone to wrap
some water pipes to prevent freezing.
She took with her a charcoal burner,
closing the trap door after her. The
fumes from the burner suffocated
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Saturday' Special Snaps.
Men's wallets and cigar cases, 3(e
Wool remnants dress goods. 411c up.
43c fancy fleeced backed waistings,
per yd., 23c.
Women's fleeced lined hose, per
Pillow cases, -12 by .'!(. each. T'.c.
Men's silk bow ties. each. 5c.
Men's merino lm.se, per pair, 15c.
Engraved globe lamp chimneys. Sc.
Live gold fish. 5c.
Indian braided bead chains, 4'.)c.
Neck chatelaine beads. 15c.
Damask and fleece lined w aists. '.iSe.
I'.lack and 'white fascinators, 25c.
75c women's night gowns, (;.
Hilbert's celebrated perfumes, per
Soodont tooth powder, 15c.
Peanut brittle candy, per lb., 10c.
Cut mixed candy, er lb.. Sc.
25 per cent off on millinery.
Specials For Saturday.
. 15c to 25c all silk ribbons, yd.. 5c.
Rock Island Furniture company's
wood seat dining chairs, 44c.
New lot ready-to-wear hats. $ 1.
Fifty more of those ladies" hats. 5c.
Chocolate and vanilla fudges, lb..
$1 sterling top cream jars, Csc.
Ladies' $n welt shoes. S2..15.
Roys' $1.50 thick sole shoes. $1.1S.
"Vic indigo percales, yd.. 5c.
End lengths table oil cloth, yd.. 10c.
Women's fieece lined hose, 7e.
Ladies' $1.75 black petticoats. S'.ic.
.'ifi-inch curtain Swiss, yd.. 5c.
Warm merino socks. ;ic.
""Checkers." the $1.50 book every
one ants. 4'.)e.
Music in the evening.
At the HI? Blue Front
Men's $1.75 corduroy pants, only $1.
Children's 20-cent hose, 2 pairs, 25c.
Men's 50-cent suspenders, only 21c.
These are real bargains, the kind
only to be had at this store.
You know us. THE LONDON.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Central Trust Xr Sav
ings bank, of Rock Island, III., will be
held at their banking house Monday.
Dec. 7, 1.)03, at .1:30 o'clock p. m., for
the election of directors and the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before them.
H. II. SIMMON, Cashier.
K. I- Court of Honor No .'Jl. Attention.
All members who can are requested
to attend the funeral of sister Mary
F. Gemeinhardt, at Spencer Memorial
church, Saturday, Nov. 28, at 2:30 p.
m. Members of other courts invited
J. F. Cramer, Recorder.
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs
and, colds; reliable, tried and tested.
safe and sure. Sold by all druggists.
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fjfl FOR SATURDAY SPECIAL: Men's Fine
j f Winter Suits and Overcoats, Newest Styles
Ui"L and Fabrics. Regular $15 Values. Special
YOUR FARE PAID
ROTH WAYS lie sure
and come over. It's
money in your pocket,.
CHURCH IS ROBBED
Stranger Breaks Into Contribu
tion Box B'Nai Bnth
IS NABBED BY THE JANITOR
Otto Cornelias Assaults D.Verstraete
"JVith Cuspidor in
Harry Jewette, hailing from Chica
go, while ostensibly inspecting R'nai
Rrith synagogue. Third avenue and
Twenty-second street, this morning,
in the absence of the janitor, who
had given him access to the church,
broke into the contribution box and
pocketed the contents. $1.47.
The janitor returned sooner than
Jewette expected and gave chase,
catching the Chicagoan at Twentieth
street and First avenue and turning
him over to the police.
Hit With Cuspl.tor.
Otto Cornelius was fined $25 in the
police court for assault ami battery,
his offence consisting in tutting D.
Yor.-trae-te in the head with a cuspi
dor during, a piarrel last evening at
the saloon nf Peter Yan Neste, Fifth
axenue an l Twenty-fourth si reel.
Yerstraete and Cornelius reside ' in
Itnnawayn Ketnrn Hume.
John Archer and George Fisher,
boys M years of age. applied for and
were g'neji lodging at the station
Wednesday night. They started from
their homes at Independence, Iowa,
with two other l;u!. intending to see
the world. They were headed for St.
Louis, Imt when Rock Island was
reached Archer and Fisher balked.
They returned to I ndepciidence yes
terday ia the box car route. Their
companions went on to Chicago.
Chief Phil Miller is having an en
trance to his oflice cut in the Six
teenth street ide of police headquar
ters buildings so that it will not be
necessary for those wishing to see
him privately to walk through the
main station room, where there are
invariably gathered a number of the
ollicers and others. It is a good idea.
rigan, Davenport: T. R. Hadden. New-
York; Carson Davenport. J. J. Saw-
brook, Miss llarr. Miss Gallagher,
Robert T. Fitzmauriee, Joe Walsh
and wife, J. K. Newman. W. II. Car
ter, with Richard Carvel company;
Mr. and Mrs. Dupinns. Cedar Rapids;
A. (). Thomas, Iowa City: S. A. Garri
son, New York; Fred Webb. Peoria:
S. J. Winterson. Pittsburg. Pa.; A. C.
Everetts. Cleveland; Gerge A. Pow
ers. Chicago; S. J. -Samples. Toledo;
1). E. Uoody and wife, J. C. Morris,
Chicago; S. J. Munson, New York; J.
P. Owens, Chicago; II. P.. Hill, West
Liberty, Iowa: C. A. Moore, L. I).
White. C. J. Miller. Chicago; E. J.
Crockett, Xew York; I). C. Swain,
New-York; L. J. Kear, Chicago; H. 15.
At the Rock Island Henry W.
Connors, W. P. Downing, Xew York;
G. T. Droullard and wife, Cincinnati;
J. R. Pitney. Pc( ria: J. P.. Downer,
Peoria; James Rohen. Aledo; A. W.
Taylor. Peoria: I!. J. llerschler. New
York: J. C. Kelley. Rock Island; Etta
1). Wortham. Mediapolis; T. E. Yan
Sant. Kansas City: S. Garrison, agent
"Fatal Wedding" company; Mrs. Wil
liam Mee. St. Paul; 1L I!. Mee. St.
Small waists are no longer in style.
It's the round plump waist that comes
1 y taking Rocky Mountain Tea; that's
all the go. :!5 cents. For sale by T. H.
IN THE SOCIAL REALM
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Leonard cele
brated the first anniversary of their
marriage by entertaining a company
of friends at their home Wednesday
evening. The decorations of the home
were green and white. Each puest re
ceiving a cotton blossom as a souvenir
of the occasion. A number of pretty
gifts were presented the -couple.
Mrs. Charles McIIiigh entertained
at a 1 o'clock luncheon today at the
Harper house for Miss Eli.abeth
Chamberlin, whose marriage to P.. D.
Connelly takes place next month. The
guests were Misses Elizabeth and
Florence Chamberlin. Mrs. T. R. Har
per. MrsJ Warren Reck. Misses Flor
ence Mixter, Janet Chambers, Fay
Warren, Grace Warner ami l'essie
Forty coujiles were in attendance
at the Thanksgiving dancing party of
the Emanon club at O.Jd Fellows hall
Wednesday evening. 'The music was
by Ogdens. Mrs. Yirgil Warren. Mrs.
Russell West and Mrs. W. II. Whisler
were the patronesses.
Mrs. M. Levy Wednesday afternoon
entertained at a card party at her
home on Eighteenth street in honor
of her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Ferdi
nand Levy. La France roses were
used in the decorations. Six-handed
euchre was p!aed. The head prize
went to Mrs. S. Mayer, of Davenport,
and the consolation to Mrs. M. Roths
child and Mrs. Joseph Ochs. of Dav
enport. At 5 o'clock a course dinner
was served. Miss Mary Loeb. of Osk
aloosa. was a guest.
The annual ball of the Switchmen's
union took place last evening at In
The Moiders" union annual dance at
Industrial Home hall Wednesday ev
ening was well attended.
The first annual Thanksgiving ball
of l eal ledge. No. (-l)s. I. O. (). F., at
Odd Fellows hall last evening was a
largely attended affair. There were
about eighty couples present, dancing
until past midnight to the strahis of
music furnished by ISIeuer's orchestra.
The Ostriches, a club composed o
young men of the city, had their an
nual baiHpiet at the Watch Tower
inn Wednesday evening.
There is no couch medicine so pop
ular as Foley's Honey and Tar. It
contains no opiates or poisons anil
never fails to cure. Sold by all druggists.
Greatest SIboe j
Sale of tKe
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper Al Marcus, New
York; Lee Levi. Chicago; Joint (ilea
soii, Chicago; Grant Carcr, Chicago;
E. C. Cummings. Chicago; Otto Samp
ler, New York: I-. L. Gregg. Kansas
City; J. L. Cook. Rock Island; F.
Kratz.er, Chicago; J. llinshaw. New
York': T. R. Hurt on. S. K. Ty
ler. Chicago; Louis Nusbau, Cincin
nati; F. E. Wilson, Jr.. Clinton. Iowa;
Kenna( Tomlinson. Clinton. Iowa:
Miss To ml in son. Clinton. Iowa; F. II.
Mitchell, St. L. uis; A. T. Wellman,
S. P.. Walker. Peoria; II. E.
N. J. Hitman. Cleveland.
S. Rogosch. S. P. llohner.
W. W. Mohull and wife.
Schneider's stock must be soldfrcost of goods
not considered. Our new stock of fine up-to-date
shoes are ordered and are now going
through the factories. Therefore it is neces
sary for us to close out every pair of o?e
Schneider Shoes and to show you that we
mean business will stand back of every
Lot No. 1.
Font a ne,
Kansas City; F.
John W. P.ennett
Robson, Mr. and
daughter. Cedar R
and wife, Andrew
Mrs. Xorcross, A.
William Clark and
ipids; C. 11. White.
Chicago; G. T. Nichols and lady. Chi
cago; H. X. McKinstry. Cleveland;
Miss Mary Rohe, Chicago; G. W. Har
ris, wife and baby. Rock Island; E. F.
Coffey. Rock Isiand; S. C. GifTord.
Rook Island; T. W. Skidmore, Moline;
I'. G. Skidmore. Moline; Z. T. Pope.
Chicago: X. Webb, Peoria: C. A. Har
nard. Reardstow n; C. If. Heyl, Chica
go; M. S. Rosen field. Chicago; T. O.
Patterson, Peoria; M. A. Henninger,
Chicago; K. E. I'urrows, St. Louis.
At the Harms (European) D. T.
Stewart, Cincinnati, Ohio; C. L.
Drown, Ashland, Ohio; John Hynes,
Middletown. Ohk; S. A. Howell," Chi
cago; Z. Phillips, Edwardsville, -111.;
S. J. Leas, Xew York; D. C. Cramp
ton, Chicago; Norman L. Strauss.
New York; W Smith. Milwaukee;
E. J. George and wife. Providence;
G. P.. Milton. Peoria; W. C. Short.
Springfield, Mass.; W. L. Gerald, Se
bing, Ohio: 15. S. McComas. Peoria;
J. C. Logan, Clay Clement company;
W. B. Boyer, Wyoming-, 111.; II. Cor-
2:X pair trade
$2.."0 shoe for
Lot No. 2.
Pingrec it Smith's hand-sewed
welt and turn Ladies' shoes.
Sehneidvr's price $:.."0 and $:5.T."
to move them
Lot No. 3.
Ladies' heavy or light sides, a solid
shoes, Schneider's price Qr
Lot No. 4.
'The Jenness Miller" cushion welt
shoe, the world over
S.1..-0. A snap
Lot No. 5.
Dressy Ladies shoes, heavy and
light soles. Is.lVj value
Lot No. 6.
Men's English welt. Velour Calf
shoes. Schneider's .fii value, to
Lot No. 7.
Heavy welt enamel shoes. Schneid-
Lot No. 8.
Wax Calf Men's shoes, plain or
tip, $1.73 values ftp
this sale I Cm O
Jmy. 1-.'i';-' J
Lot No. 9.
Men's heavy buckle shoes, solid,
Schneider's price . 1 1 fl
Lot No. 10.
Uaby shoes, sizes "()
3 to W :
Women's warm lined fur top felt Slippers 89c.
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1712 SECOND AVENUE.