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THE AUGTJS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904
Victim of Terrible
AT BEDFORD I DIANA
Mutilated Body Found in
Red fori. IimT., -Ian. The body of
Miss Sarah Sehacfer. teacher -f I.atin
in the Rcdford hiph school, was found
i:i a carriape house today. She had
been assaulted and robbed a nil the
body badly mutilated.
Appearances in the sh -1 indicated
a terrific strueple with lur assailant.
Tartly -louly tonight Mid
J. M. KHERIEK,
Tern pe rat lire-- At 7 a. m. 22;
at 2:Cu p. ni. '".
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Leaf lard at Cilinoie's.
For insurance, I. .1. Rurns
Huy a home of Reidy Rros.
Tri-tity Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage. express. call Robb's.
S. V .M . hour s-a'is are imnii'V savers.
Frc.-li dressed chi-k en- at Schroe
dor's. For real estate and insurance, E. J.
A 1 1 n 1 t l.i- closimr out -ult' at the
One dollar f'-r .1.5n .Mocha ploves ai
ireato-t -!i;m- in hue!- ever offered
at t ! . Leader.
Twenty per cent "i--..ili!l on pants
at t he I . 1 1 1 1 . s ii .
J'i---li purK cuts of ail kin Is at II.
Ti eiuanii's Son.
Loaf lard and pi rk trimmiups at II.
Nicely drcs-cil chickens at
If u are nee. imp -nits an ! over
We find too
These, and every pa.ir - vip - to - d - a
MEN'S SHOES fhTCD?pfrtmenS.ai" !3
Everybody knows the kind of
shoes we sell,
coats, one fourth off the price. Sum
The staw of water was at h a. m.
ami 7.05 at noon.
27x4i-inch nn quette rups $1.2 Sat
n relay at McCabe's.
I'se Kidelweiss flour, none better
Kuschmann sells it.
A fresh supply of Milwaukee saus-
apes at Passip Kros'.
I-'ipe-Waters Shoe company, closing'
out the Leader stock.
Ail kinds of pork cuts at fiilmore's
packing house market.
Pler.tv of fresh dressed chickens at
The Itejrent. advertised $.",.50 shoes.
for $-.0 at the Leader.
Hour sales tomorrow at S. Sr M.'s
Look up ad on last pape.
Extra size crochet bed spreads OS
cents at McCabe's Saturday.
Twenty per cent discount on suits
and overcoats. The London.
For Saturday, any $2, S2.50 or $3
stilt hat. $1.50. The London.
$1.05 for $1.50 stiff fancy shirts Sat
urday. I'llemeyer V" Sterling.
MI kinds of coal for sale at the
Kock Island Lumber eompany.
All kinds of nicely dressed poultry
at Harris v (iauley's tomorrow.
tanned poods must move. Low-price.-,
will do it at K usehmann's.
Twenty-five per cent discount on
men's suits. Summers- & LaVelle.
A nice di-plny of fresh vegetables of
all kinds at lies Pros', tomorrow.
La -lies" white hemstitched handker
chiefs 1 cent Saturday at McCabe's.
Look into S. & M."s hour sales for
tomorrow. Jt means money to you.
Hoys and children's suit s.one-foiirt h
off the i;rie Sommers & LaVelle.
Plenty of nicely dressed turkeys
and chickens at H. TrcmannV Sons'.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T
MeiDon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 283.
Still they po. suits worth $12.."0 to
$15. po at $'..t' at (lustafson A. Hayes".
iooii coal, coal, coal, at Mueller
'.umber company's. Loth telephones.
About fifty chillreu's caps, worth
V each, now 10 cents at 'he London.
T'hone Spencer $: Trefz for first
class express, transfer or "bus service
Low prices on all dot him.'. -5 per
cent reduction. Sommers A- LaVelle.
Don't forget, please. Mrs. Austin's
pancake llour, best of all. At grocers.
Fresh dressed turkeys, chickens,
ducks and peese at Hess Pros', tomor
Twenty per cent discount on chil
dren's -uiis and overcoats at the Lou
don. (apt. Frank Hopkins was handiup
out the havana- yesterday. It i- a bip
1 M y.
We are still at it. suits worth from
$i:;.5) to $15 for $'.... (iu-tafon A
Haycs. l!ip di-o unts on ail winter over
coats, all lew stuff, (iustafson :
I la V es.
Kor Saturday, $1 for any winter
c:ip in the house worth up to .2. The
I'. N. do'Iar corst ts. deep l:ip.
straight front. .''. cents, at McCabe's
I)oes your roof leak? If so, call
vve-t 1 :;!. idd 'phone, or W- new
many shoes on the shelves before
.Men s ail soiu!. tilst class sli
lace and coiipri -s. tip and
Men's hiph cut slim
a!! that'.- left
1'.' niche- Imi'Ii.
Patent Colt I'.luclu-r- and !.ne rln-
new up to-to-date st v les. neailv al
sizes Idiu ilo-ar wclteil
t-' 'is .-S
r J. i am!
Several broken lines of FLO IIS
!t'hr:i i i'i 1 tine lioes. .-v..
tind v our sie if you
"phone. The Lvvis Roofin.sr company
who repair all kinds of roofs prompt
Fur Saturday, anv fancv stiff shirt
in the house for $1. worth up to $2.50
Saturday special. W cents for Stand
. 1 .2."S fancv stiff shirts at I'llemeyer
One-fourth off on all boys knee
rants suits for Saturday at (iustaf
son & Hayes.
Sixty-nine cents for $1 and
fancv stiff shirts Saturday at Clle-
meyer 6r Sterling-'s.
Indies early spring- shirt waists
now on display at the Kosenfield
Children's rubber boots S7 cents.
boys' solid leather shoes Sy cents, at
If you tire of buckwheat, try Mrs
Austin's famous pancake flour. Made
from the great food cereals.
The Xelson. advertised :. ."t shot
stamped on every sole, at the Leader
S2.30. Ice-Waters Shoe company.
For Saturday, take your choice of
any of our .1..0 ascot ties for
cents. Kat 'em up. boys. The London.
Your money g;oes a h.ny ways at
CTIemeyer Sterling's mark down
sale; 20 per cent discount on suits and
Douglas $:;.r,o an:l $i six es. all
bunched 'together at one price. $!'..
Laire-Waters Shoe company, closing
out the Leaiier.
The Hock Island Krankenverein w ill
Sfive a prand masquerade ball at Tiir-
aer nail Saturday evening-, .Jan.
Tickets. 25 cents.
Dr. 1. F. Purdue. 1716'i Second ave
nue. Olil phone at ottice. uotn phones
it residence. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m.. and
I to and 7 to S p. m.
ilie Lock Island Naval Reserves are
ordially invited to attend the prand
bail piven by the Moline Naval jJe-
serves at their nail tompht.
Telephone your order for hickory
-hop wood to the Mutual Wheel com
pany. .Moline. JJehvered to any atl-
Iress in Lock Island for $3 per load.
Now is the time to secure a pood
overcoat at a barpain. A whole table
full of excellent coats $10 and 12.."u
values all small lots; vour pick at
$7. at S. & M.'s.
All fresh, new stock in our fancy
sliff shirts; Saturday special. $1 and
.1.2. prades f; cents. $L."0 grades
!fl.u.i. (let next to these poods thinps
at I'llemeyer & Sterlinp's.
At the parsonape of the African
Methodist church yesterday was cele
brated the marriape of William Wil-
ken an ! Miss Ktta Harris. ;ev. 1). W.
Hi-own. the pa-tor. ofTiciatinp. The
couple will make iheir home in this
Miss Mary Mevers. while brushinp
off a cloth at the home of Mrs. (leorne
(ll ilber. ran a nee .Me into the palm of
her hand, at the same time breakinp
it off. Mi- Mever- was taken to the
ot'ice of Dr. S. IS. Hall, where, after
an X-ray examination, the needle was
extracted by Dr-. First and Hall.
The Milwaukee's Southwest Limited
westbound wa- two hours behind
schedule when it pulled into Hock
Island last nipht owinp to a collision
at Fast Clinton, when the limited ran
into a I'.urlinpton freipht train, which
was standinp on a crossinp. Several
- te; this season's shoes, not old,
I II M"
cars of the Ihiriinptou train were de
railed. .u one was hurt.
There were larpe crowds out yes
terday afternoon and cveuinp for the
dedication 'of the remodeled Howlby
music house. The .-tore was brilliant
ly Jiphted and decorated for the occa
sion, and I'deuer's orchestra, station
ed in the second story, discoursed
concert proprams that were preatly
Secretary Key.-er. of the V. M. C. A..
states that the liphtinp in the pyiu
iiasium is very unsatisfactory and
that a chanire will be maile at once.
At present two arc liphts are in use.
but the lipht cast from them is not
sufficient to illuminate all parts of
the pymnasium. The plan is to sub
stitute the incandescent bulbs, which
will be arranped in clusters of five
F0BMER DAVENPORTER IS
MARRIED TO AN ACTRESS
William Philip Kiser. formerly i
Davenport, and Miss Kathleen Mary
Lose Chambers were married Wednes
day of this week at the home of the
bride's mother in New York fit v. The
bride abandoned a stape career to be
come a wife, leavinp the company of
Mary Mannerinp. She has also been
with Richard .Mansfield's company.
Mr. and Mrs. Kiser will reside in Salt
Lake City. I'tah. where the proom is
enpaped in bu-iness.
Specials for Saturday.
Women's loc tleeced hose, 10c.
1.7." silk umbrellas, .!.
Children's rubber boots, S7e.
Hoys' solid leather shoes, s'.lc.
Fancy tennis flannels. -Ic.
Oe mourninp prints, 4c.
l.c mercerised napkins, loe.
27x42-ineh mcipiette rups. $1.28.
Parlor tables, with shelves. 50c.
5ie white silk ha nil kerchief s. 25c.
Ladies white hemstitched handker
Chocolate and vanilla fudpes. lb. 10c.
P. N. 1 corsets, deep hip. straipht
front. Saturday 5.ie.
Extra size crochet bed spreads, IlSc.
Ladies" larpe pinpham aprons, 12c.
Shandon Hells soap. 3 for Die.
Music in the eveninp.
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Saturday special. Jan. 23.
Women's sliphtly soiled and tried
on kid ploves. up to .1.50. for pair. 25c.
Men's 50c fleece lined underwear.
:'. Persian eross-st itehe-1 turn-ever
cult and collar sets. 25c.
5ic boys all wool sweaters. 2'.c.
Cuticle fraprant medicinal soap. 3
bat's for 25c.
Men's Huston club cla m p ska 1 es. I'.'c.
Women's Winslovv skates. 75e.
Van Detisen cake pans with 10 cake
Work boxes, toilet sets, handker
chief and p!ove boxes at one-half forme:-
I.ate-t novels, each sc.
Hattenberp rinps. all sizes, per doz..
Hroken mixed candy, fresh, lb.. Gc.
'Peanut brittle candy, lb.. 1Ue.
2 per cent oisc ui on crockery
and cut pla-s.
33 1-3 H-r cent discount on wrist
baps and pi cket books.
2-(ii:irt hot water bottles, each 40c.
inventory Feb. 8
H A. T E,
Several broken lots of ladies hiph
ptade welt el sole shoes, patent
tips, every pair a pood pair nearly
all sizes " 2 O
We J. rice them at
A larpe lot .f ladies' patent colt
dress shoes, (liuht sinple sole)
every pair new, snappy. stvlish
shoes, first class
A larpe lot of very desirable an 1 de
pendable shoes for ladies (heavy and
liilht soles) every pair pood style,
every pair a barpain J
VALENTINE DAY SOON HERE
Ltttl that I New in Miwtves Dealers tie
Valentine day is nearly here. Al
ready the dealers in the little tribute:
to pood old St. Valentine are petting
out their stock and ptittinp it in shape
for the future sales.
In many respects there is but little
chanpe. The sickish lover, with his
eyes on somethinp sweet, can set it
as he always could. There are the
same old cupids sh otnip ilarts and
flappinp their silvery whips around
hearts that look like small Hartlett
'1 here are some chanpes this year,
however. The man who writes poetry
and originates the sentimental valen
tine has scratched his head and at
last poiten busy. For instance there
is one that the dealers expect will
have a larpe atul ready sale. This is
a picture of an old-fashioned house
with a "piece of red celluloid to re
resent a window. The roof of the
house is surrounded by crystals that
look like pranulated stipar. These
crystals, some twenty-five in number,
represent a heavy snow in mid-winter.
There is the customary lop fence
anil the little verse under the whole
says: "I'd Leave My Happy Home
for You.. This is very sentimental
anil is puarantecii to make a hit or
money will be refunded.
Another valentine that is expected
to have a ready sale is one shaped
like a heart. In the center of the
heart is a much bepainted' female
with a cupid in one corner holdinp
up a spear for her approval, which
looks in many respects similar to a
onc-pn nped hay fork.
There are a whole lot of thinps of
white and pink celluloid around cupid
and the female and an appropriate
verse jammed in nt the bottom as
sures the recipient that "There May
He Others, but They're Not Like
These and lots of others will proba
bly find a ready sale. In the comic
line there is but little chaiipe. There
are the same old tributes to all of
your friends includinp the washlady
and the scrubladv. and. taken as a
whole, there is no excuse for anyone
poinp without a valentine this year.
ION IS NAMED TO
APPRAISE WARR PLANT
A board of appraisers composed of
W. L. Purcell. of Davenport: Henry
Kramer, of Rock Island, and Sam
Kennedy, of Moline. has been chosen
to make a complete inventory of the
.1. W. Warr Publishing- company's
plant in Moline. with the end in view
of ascertaininp the exact worth of
the property and the assistance it
will offer in seltlinp a portion of the
embezzlements of the owner. The
board bepan its work this after
noon at the Moline office and will con
tinue its efforts until the inventory
has been made. It is thoiipht that the
result of the in v en t nn will show the
worth of the plant to he approximate
ly ."si :. in or $15.0(ii.
Two Men Killed in H.Miue.
Calumet. Mich.. Jan. 22. A falling
vein rock in shaft No. 15. of the north
branch of the Tamarack mine, killed
two men aud injured two others. The
dead are Joseph I'ordon, head timber
man, and John Schalle, timberman.
The injured men will recover.
also a great many broken lines,
T H O K
out of style stuff,
For Tomorrow at
Pfosetife Ide r r
8 a j f A ftf Hovs Leather and Wool (lloves and
TO r 171 Mitts. 25c pin de, 10c
9 to 10 A. m. 25c
(lirls best ipiality Anpora C-,
10 to 11 a. m. Mcnd:ear,?:-.:,r:::::....25c
A TVT Men's union-made Corduroy Pauls and
TO IS 4 l 11 heavy ( assinicre Wool f f)f
12 to i p. M. 't;;r.::h:v: 17c
1 to 2 p. m. :j::,:"::,:'r.:":,!1::,:r...i.95
2 to 3 P. M. A,I;:.':. 25c
Men's Jersey (lloves f T
3 to 4 p. m. :":r:'.5.oo
4 to 5 p. m. Ms:;-;""i "v-:'r:.,.i:": 25c
Of All Specials, But One Article to a.
TWO PAPERS READ BEFORE
MEETING OF PHYSICIANS
The quarterly nieetinp of the Iowa
and Illinois Central District Medical
association was held last eveninp at
the Kimball house. Davenport. There
was a larpe representation of the
medical fraternity from the tri-cities
and sin roundinp towns. After dinner
there was a proprani. the features of
which were papers by Dr. (1. F. Deck
and they go at
HOYS" SIKH'S. ALL SOLID
LI'lTLi: C.FNTS. ALL SOLID.
HAP.Y SHOKS. OOOD SHARKS, AND
COOl) SIIOLS, (NFAVj
( HILDKFN S snores to closl all
P.ALOAINS. '.!. T.:- AM)
A great many small lots
Too Numerous to Mention
er, of Davenport, and Dr. W. L. liicr-,.
rinp, of Iowa City. ; 2'
Ilirds work for man from the liist
plitniner of lipht.
Rocky Mountain Tea works for
mankind both day and nipht.
That's why it is famous the world
o'er and o'er.
It will not let you turn over and
take another snore. T.IL Thom
and Odd Lots,
prices that you !f