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THE ARCrTJS, SATURDAY, JANUABY 23, 1904-
Fair tonight and Sunday;
Temperature At 7 a. m. 2;
at 2:20 p. m. .".
Zazaro. Union cig-ar.
I.eaf lard at fiilmore.-.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
I5uy a home of Hcidy Hros.
Kabbils. rabbits. ;it IIos lin.s'.
Tri-Citj- Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage. express. call Ilobb's.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Lead tin spceial hour sale- for next
wc-k in McCabe"- :ii.
Opening (!;iv for l'.t'tl wash fabrics
at McCal.c'- Tuc-dn.
At l'i a. in. the ta,T i f water was
i.'.iO and at noon f,.s."j.
All kinds of coai for s-ale at tlie
Kock Island Lumber company.
Molilay Mi Ca he's in-jin their
)in underwear sale. lit a I larirc ad.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T
Fimon, 1520 Fourth avenn. union 2S3.
(ood cna!, coal. coal, at Mueller
Lumber eoinpa ny's. Both telephones.
'Phone Spencer & Trefz for first
class express, transfer or 'bus service
lon't forget, plea.se. Mrs. Austin's
pancake Hour, best of all. At grocers.
Attend the clo-iny out sale of the
Leader. La ye-Waters Shoe company.
Attend the l i nir out sale of the
Leader. Lage-Waters Shoe company..
Attend the closing out sale of the!
Leader. Lage-Waters Shoe company.
The great closing out sale is now in
fid! b!a-t. I.age Water- Sh'i company.
The grf,at c!eiTir out -ale is now in
f ill blast. Lage-Water- Sine- company.
The great closing out sale is now in
fid! bla-t. Lage-Waters Shoe company.
Plenty of dre-.-ed turk-ys. chickens
:-.. , : t II !' o-. 'V- en'mr.
! ;m ; e: i - p; 1 :. ; '
li . x mii (I i pl.t at ! he .". erv el.i
If fin tire of buckwheat, try Mrs.
Austin's famous pancake Hour. Made
from the great food cereals.
louglas shoes, ft. $::..V and $'!
grades. $!'.. Lage-Waters Shoe com
pany, closing out the Leader stock.
Miss Alma Kor-berg u;is -urpri-ed
at lier home on Thinl street la.-t even
ing by a company of of her young
friends. The eening was spent with
ft 1 Vs,
These skirts are worth talking about. They include
all the latest styles. Newest materials and best
workmanship. They are not a lot of skirts gotten
N) up especially for a sale, but
our stock. It will pay you
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
ON SILK DRESS SKIRTS
THE BEE HIVE
114-116 W. SECOND ST.
E DON'T MISS OUR CLOAK SALE
games and music, after which refresh
ments were served.
Douglas shoes. $4. .....U and $.1
grades. $l.-'.K Lage-Waters Shoe com
pany, closing out the Leader stock.
Cheapest to the best suit cases and
tiaveling bags at the Trunk Factorv,
i'.rady street. I.'axeiiport. Iowa.
Douglas shoes. -4. ."0 and $1
grades. $1.M. I.age-Waters Shoe com
pany, clo-ing out the Leader stock.
Joiiif!as shois. .. "o and
L' fades. Lage-Waters Shoe Com
pany, elo.-iiig out the Leader stock.
Dr. I. F. Purdue, lTH'.i Second ave
nue. Old 'phone at oftice, both "phones
St residence. Honrs. j to 12 a. m., and
2 to and 7 to S p. m.
The Kot k Island Krnnkeinerein will
give a grand ma- uerade ball at Tur
ner hall Saturday evening. .Ian. 'S.:.
Telephone your order for hickory
shop wood to the Mutual Wheel com
pany. Moliue. Delivered to any ad
dress in Bock Island for per load.
Clemar.n fc Salmann".- biir rug a;u!
carpet department is completely fill
ed a::d neser before hae such quali
ties been otTered at the prices. (iie
them a call.
Clt-maiui A- Salmaun are receiving
new gi ods daily. It is well woj-tli
your while in look oer their enor
mous stock of furniture, carpet-,
rugs. stoes. etc.. before buying el-e-w
Orders placed nearly six months
ago., before the a Uance in cotton.-,
eiiibn itleries anil laces, make possible
the low prices in McCabc's muslin un-i!"iwt-ar
sale. Head ad. Sale begins
If. H. TretTer, the latlies merclia !i t
tailor, has changed his location from
Davenport to Hock Island. lie has
rented quarters at ::)' Twentieth
street and will be opened for business
Investigation of the affairs of the
ate F.. I!. Met utcheon. of Holsteiii, i
I: e l in the discovery that
I:'- ' i Mi'g i-.i tie - as insolvent.
.- i. . .". I - i i-:i.-..tMi) and the
,-.( J a). (ne ht ndred thoiis
; i! ' .' of the fends of the Mod-
.t; Woodmen society were on de-!
i . - -i. : ? ! - ; ::!t 's secured.
II-.. . e i : .- . . i: , 'i-rallv high
: !'.-. ': r. I la- c
..: .i .. ' ' llg the I'l'S
. 1.4 n in tin' nuner
end of the I'ni.nl;,'. Il was feared that
the i e weald i", out and form a 'gorge
at the government dam. (Irecn river
is fr-e i f ice. The siid.ien change in
the temperature wiil obviate all ilan
ger. The tax books for the county will
deliverel to the various township
collectors next week. The county
clerk's force is working night and
da to finish ihe work of extending
When the Bee Hive says
they are selling
$2.98, $3.98 and $4.50
t. .... ..$2.48
$5 and $6.98
. . . $3.98
$7.50 and $9
. . $4.98
$10 and $12.98 CP Q0
Skirts for . . . 5Di0
You can wager anything
you have on earth that
that's just what you will
get. You have no doubt
tried special sales before.
But Have You Ever
Tried The Bee Hive's ffi
Special Sales? 1
include every skirt in
to investigate this sale.
the taxe. but has cccoimtered unex
pected delays, and for this reason the
work of collection will be confined to
a much shorter time than heretofore.
Henry Haa. of Black Hawk. wa in
the city today and claimed a wager
made with O. L. Bruner, the Taylor
Bi.Tge stock buyer. The latter had
backed his judgment that hogs would
not be as high in January as in No
vember to the extent of a hat.
but just to demonstrate that he is no
"welcher," he doubled on the price of
the skypiocc when he paid up loday.
BR AXEMAN IS SERIOUSLY
INJURED IN FALL FROM CAR
Frank Brown, of this city, a brake
man for the Burlington, fell off a car
at ICarstow this afternoon jinil was
quit e seriously injured. He w as brought
to the city on a train arriving here
at 4:.':u. the ambulance removing him
to St. Anthony's hospital.
FOR KANSAS CITY B00DL1NO
Kansas City. Kan.. .Liu. 'Si. The
grand jury which for the past month
has been investig iting charges i" bund
ling in Kansas City. Kan., in eoiinec
tiou with tin board of education in the
.'iiiiioint ment of teachers and the
awarding of school contracts, and the
city ottlcia Is in the protection ot gamb
ling a ml joints or illicit saloons, has
practically finished its w-ark ami it is
said has decided to return sevtiiteen
PLEADS A FORMER TRIAL
Albert, u Hoodie Suspect in the Grand
Kapitln Sm an.lul. Wuiit To Ke
(.'land Bapids. Mich.. Jan. :5.
When the trial of (Jerrit II. Albers,
charged with perjury in his former
trial for conspiracy in the Luke Michi
gan water deal, was calletl In the su
perior court Attorney Walker, for the
defense, asked leave to withdraw the
pro forma plea of not guilty, and to
enter a pica of res adjudicata. He
made an oral statement, alleging that
the alleged, facts in this case were
reaily passed uikuj by a jury in the
former trial, and declared to be not
On that ground he contended that
his client should be dismissed and not
be placed twice in jeopardy for the
same alleged offense. Ihe court gave
permission to tile this statement iu
writing, and a pica of not guilty was
ordered to be entered. The defense's
contention was left for future con
sideration. Work was tlun begun at
securing a Jury.
Lx-Aldermaii James O. Mcf'ool, who
pleaded guilty to a charge of bribery,
appeared in Judge Newnham's private
oflice and made a complete statement
of his connection with the water deaL
It is expected that all who haye pjeiul-J
ed guilty will be sentenced together at
fcuuie future date.
UL0GD SPOTS ON THE PILLOW
Help tt: fix tlie Crime of lite I toiler of It
Y.iuiif; Woman on t'er Sueet
lieurl. Hammond. Itnl.. .lan.'li.'!. New and
sensational evidence was introduced in
the sttuid trial of Truman Beam,
charged with choking to death his
sweetheart Martha Lawrence, near
Valparaiso, last April. Sheriff Lacount
and Marshal Billings, who were not
witnesses at the tit st trial, testified to
finding blood spots on the pillow and
J. W. Simons testiried that while
Pi jail he henrd Beam say that
he forirot about rolling up a rug cov
ered with blood and placing it under
his bed downstairs. When the parents
told Ii'.ni of it Thanksgiving diy he
shook like a leaf, remarking that he
could te easily convicted if that was
fauiul. Beam also said there was blood
on his knee, but it was not known, as
his clothes were not examined. At the
previous trial no evidence as to blood
could be obtained and this fact helped
to cause a disagreement of the jury.
T A ijii-tr;Ai-i4- UltHfrvfiU
London. Jan. 'S. The third nnni-versj-.ry
of tt:e ij-ath ot ouecn Victoria
was oliscrved. There was tlie usual
memorial service at I'rogniore. which
was attended by the kiag and Queen
Ahx.indifa Mid other nieinlx-rs of the
roy:-!l family. The anniversary of the
king's acctssion to ihe throne wan
marked by salutes at the naval and
military stations ami the dressing of
What Full It Here?
New York. Jan. ."..Chairman fJary,
of the 1'nited States Steel Corporation,
said: "The publications concerning
damage to g.-ols belonging to the Shel
by Steel Tube company located at
Shelby. O.. are greatly exaggerated.
The total h.s d-. not exceed SUo.itnn."
Dispatches from Sheiby estimated the
losses at S::.!oo.iih. and lat.T at less
than half that amouat.
Ire-Itonnd V-l ISplntftrd.
Milwaukee. Jan. 2.".. The ice field
which blocked navigation on the west
shore of Lake Michigan for forty-eight
hours has been driven out into the
lake by a shifting of the wind, and
all vessels which were locked in the
blockade between Milwaukee and
Kenosha have been released.
No Korr Wtn-st tor Mllirjukn.
Milwaukee. Jan. Si. The Chicago,
Milwaukee and St. I'aul railroad has
issue! a notice that owin t a large
accumulation at Milwaukee uo grain
will lie accepted by that road to Mil
waukee public elevators until furtLcr
A 1 "t-n linked beans lunch at Joe
1 CHILD'S 60c NIGHTGOWNS 35c CORSET COVERS 5c CHILD'S lc DRAWERS Sr. NIGHT GOWNS 29c 1
Each day all day, Child's Muslin At 9 o'clock each morning this week Each day ell day, child's extra good At 10 o'clock each .morning .this
Night Gownes, trimmed with muslin Corset Covers, round or low Muslin Drawers, finished withtucks, week, 50 good Muslin Night Gowns,
ruffles, 60c ones "2 Cr necks, 100 each morning, j all ages up to 5 years, Or cluster tucks, Ofi-
for UuC each OC 18c ones for "C at .-VC
Gowns, cluster tucking AH n
and inserting - - Tt I C
Gowns, embroidery or CHr
lace trimmed - . - OUL
Gowns with hemstitched and
embroidered ruffles or with
hemstitched tucked yoke and
embroidery inserting or trim
med with Battenberg lace, very
new, some of them worth 1.00,
this sale 75c, 68c ()2C
Fine long cloth, muslin and
cambric gowns with all-over
yokes and fronts of hemstitch
ed ruffles and embroidery
these are . 1.25 values QEjQ
A choice collection of long
cloth and cambric gowns in
new. dn.intv stvles. trimmer!
with beautiful laces and em
broideries, priced expressly for
this sale at 1.94, 1 'IP
1.48 and - . ImLO
NEW STYLE CHEMISE
Chemise in very dainty
effects, made of lawn, nain
sook or cambric, beautifully
trimmed in laces, embroideries
Skirt Chemise, knee or (f
ankle length, begin at 1UU
NeW Corset Cover and Skirt
Chemise combination, sensible
and handsome gar- A O
ment. ud from - - I sTtO
Regular Chemise as
CHILDREN AND INFANTS WELL
PROVIDED FOR IN THIS SALE
Children's Drawers of
fine muslin, cluster tucks,
worked button 1 Ar
holes, up from . liw
Children's white Skirts,
umbrella style with hem
Drawers with hemstitched cambric ruffles
Drawers at 25c, cambric or muslin bodies, fine
lawn flounces, lace trimmed or hemstitched, OC
a dozen or more styles at . . vv
Others at 34c. 39c. 45c. 50c. 69c and 75c that you
wiil recognize at once as bargain values.
EXTRA SIZE GARMENTS
Ladies wearing extra size Gowns, Drawers,
Corset Covers and Petticoats, will find at this sale
the garments they want at prices they wish to pay.
LADIES' WHITE SHIR.T WAISTS
Exquisite styles for early spring wear are included
in ibis sale.
Imparled fancy Vestings, Madras cloths, Basket
weaves. Jacquard patterns and other novelties at
very low prices.
prices at . . 1.25, 1.62, 1.87, 2.35
OVER 700 STYLES OF UNDERWEAR.
200 STYLES OF CORSET COVERS.
180 STYLES OF GOWNS.
160 STYLES OF DRAWERS.
44 STYLES OF CHEMISE.
128 STVLE5 OF SKIRTS, IN THIS GREAT SALE
- EVERYBODY CAN BE
AT THE HOTELS.
At tin- Harper I!. M. MeFlurh. ( lii
csiirti; H. Dui'lterirer, .IitMet : M. KI!ei
V. .1. Murray. ( liieatrn; M. ('. Oppen
lieimer. im-iitnat i'; A. J'. Meirtl. ( lii--a-r:
W. !!. Yi!!i;nTit.n. A. .1. Hmip,
F. Wyiitan. New Ynrk; I". CalHy. St.
l.itui-; A. II. DavN. Duhiifpie; il. I).
Spillmaii. New Yt.rk: II. (;. I'lischmer.
St. !.niii: A. It. Trimbt!!. Minneapo
lis; V. II. Thomas. CliK-a-ro; K. I'.at-tenber-.
Chicago; W. H. Vyth New
York: If. Y. Cross. IUanistown; Wil
liam Kilp.it rick. Dixon; .1. (I. Mount,
(i. ('. Smith. St. i.oui: r. M. Dan's.
C hieairo; N. K. Irinan. lluslinel'; F.
W. Drake, ( hieairo; F. V. Moseley,
(linton. Iowa: A. C. l:!oot?r ml, Au
rora; C. II. Kent. Koek Island; K.
l'arker. ( etl.nr Ilapitls; II. ('. Weisner.
F. .1orel. Chicago; M. D. i:enfie'i!.
Moiine; X. .1. French. Davenport; Y.
Y. Xeuhall. Kansas City: A. Fred
ericks. W. 1,'cis. M. I;. Mc(ienchan.
("hicar: X. Saiiiiiieis. Ottawa; i.
Dai.-. Cl.icap-o; Mrs. H. Ileisenberir.
St. I.oui; D. I. McCarthy. Heard.--towu.
At the Uarrr.- (Kurt -pt-an) Fr.tl J.
J-'trt-ny. Diou. Im.; Mani.iiiL',
Toledo. Ot.io; A. C. Hurt. Memphis
Tcnn.: A. '. Sti:i,'o r, Aurora. 111.: L.
IJowan. Chicago; Ituis .1. Niiiler, Cin
cinnati; M. .1. Luther, A. H. Crowley,
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
uslin Underwear '04
INTERESTING SALE ALWAYS
'T'ABLE after table of bewitching daintiness are these snowy
piles of Muslin Underwear, generously made in full sizes,
careful workmanship by skilled labor, and priced positively
lower than ever.
Our orders, placed nearly six months ago, before the
great advance in cottons, embroideries and laces, make pos
sible these low prices while present stocks last and suggest
the wisdom of laying in your season's supply now.
JAN. 25. 1904
Children's Night Gowns,
all sizes, up to 7p
12 years . . O V
Child's short Op
Dresses tk'd yoke Jj
Each day, all day, ladies'
fine cambric Corset Cov
ers, tun ,rrencn iront,
At 2 o'clock each after
noon this week, 50 pairs
ladies' Muslin Drawers,
nicely tucked. jr
at each . . .
45c DRAWERS 25c
Each day, all day, ladies'
cambric Drawers, finish
ed with hemstitching and
45c kind for
$1.00 PETTICOATS 50c
At 3 o'clock each after
noon this week, ladies'
handsome Muslin Petti
coats, with deep cambric
flounce, insertion and
edgi of torchon lace, dol
Chicajro: V. M. Dauirlierty, I'oria; .1.
C. Tropji. Meiidota; M. F. (iibney.
Ce.lar llapitls; 1,'obert Stockman.
1 ii licet on. Iowa; ( '. A. I Saw den. New
York; A. I., (iiishinan. !.tii- il U. Ky.;
I.. .1. H-adle. St. Louis; M. A. Crier.
Jacksonville. III.: II. Weston. Herbert
L. Flint. Xew V rk: A. C. Mi:r'.
Clcteland. Ohio; Sam J. Stm-kson.
Chicairo: I.. H. Oarlick. New York:
John J. Lilies. Fulton. III.: H. A. I'.Iis-.
S. V. (irinies. Clih-apn: I'. J. Lucy,
Cleveland. Ohio; M. J. Powers. ( hi
cair: . W. Allenstine. Cincinnati:
C. J. Wilson and wife. Minneapolis;
J. T. Lembert. L nisiille. Ky.: D. I.
'lice. ( hicafro; D. C. Daley. Ottismwa:
H. C. Co by. Denver. Col.; L. A. I'.iintly.
Chi'-airti; I.otiis 'I'enseher. Jr.. I. W.
Ilorniann. St. Lii-: K. Kaufmann.
New York: A. F. Meirs. Milwaukee;
I. (iray am! wife. Deincr. Ci 1.; V. J.
At the l.'ock I-Iand-W. L. Hlack.
Hampton: X. Mink. C hieairo: A. L. No
dine. Michigan City.Ind.: A. Fredrick-.
Chicat'o; ,. Aiil'u. Detrtit; J. K. Mc
Oill. ( hicay. . K.lwar ! McDonald. Chi
cnjro; Car!le Ha!!. Clsiea'o; XV. IL
Hrock. Newton. I .v.a; V.. II. IlnLn
it. Victor. I"a: I'. XV. D It -. ( hi
(;i:'u; J. S. Fri!ve!. hie.tir't; J. M.
IVinlrtTtMi. Chtcu-i: .la:. it-.- Mi" ton.
St. I.ui-; O. L. I'.'ck. Kock l-!ai.(i;
James j. (ji-rey, ht. Louis; J. K. Xajfe
JUST IN 1904 WASH FABRICS
Tuesday, Jan. 26th will be opening day for
our complete spring stock of white and colored
wash goods, cotton shirt waist suit materials in
medium and heavy weights.
Every woman delights in these first views of
new fabrics. "We will show the correct materials
from the wash goods centers of Europe and our
GINGHAMS FOR 1904
3000 yards fine domestic
dress Ginghams in hun
dreds of new' designsT a
Gingham; per yd.
At 12 l-2c 200 pieces
of choice dress Ging
hams, all the latest de
signs, same qualities sold
last season at 11
18c yard, all at 1-2
At 25c yard 100 pieces
handsome French and
Scotch Ginghams and
Madras cloths, worth up
to 40c, all at, OCr
yard - . ZiOL
Best Galatea cloths in
new dots and X. I
rTuesda.v Morning at 9 O'clock 50c to 65c
Fa.ncy Silk Mulls 25c a. Yard.
On Tuesday morning we offer this fortunate
purchase of Fancy Silk Mulls the very new
est designs for 1904 Persian and lace stripe
effects in gun metal, champaigne, cadet pink
and blue shades. There are just 1000 yards
we bought them cheap because they were
sample pieces used at the mill for display.
Every piece absolute- ICA OCo )CP
S ly perfect, yard
A 5-cent Ciga.r manufactured
for gentlemen of good taste A
Our Scv.n Felice ciar is aar:inti l to
iitaiii the choicest Havana tiller and
wo will ivo fhosum of SI, 000 to any
pfii-soii proving that it does not contain
trie highest Kia.de Havana t iller.
We Lesxd. Others Follow.
" at THE ARCADE.
J P. SEXTON. Proprietor.
Ever. thln in
1H16 SKCOXD AVE.
an-! wife. Omaha: L. Hrown and wife.
Chicago: IC. Hardctt and wife, Omaha;
Harry Oritliln. Chi'ayo; (ifirze F.
lU-tiniMii. Monlre::!, Cana'Ta: 1'.. W.
Klemirifr. Ca'.;!ri(Tj."e; W. II. Cury,
Carbon ( !i:f: liar!f Kiii.-ey. Chi'-ao;
A. J. Ciei-r. N'. w Orlean-: U . L. Uith
erill. Cht-a:i; Jotm Jiurlev. liutTah).
X". Y.; I'almer Kvllojrjr and if, De
Petticoats with lace and em
broidery ruffles, panels of lace
inserting, clusters of tucks, etc.,
very fine garments and QQsr
special values at - . Ov
Handsome fluffy lace and em
broidery trimmed Petticoats of
extra quality cambric, worth
up to 2.00, in this sale 1
1.65, 1.44 and - . - 10
White Petticoats in large
variety of higher prices, or
iginal in style and priced
specially low for this sale.
Covers with tucked fronts 10c
Covers, full French fronts 15c
Covr-s 25c About 40 styles,
with lace and inserting, fine
tucked front with embroidery,
with hemstitched ruffles, etc.,
a great variety, some worth
almost double, 7C
choice for . . LO
Corset Covers with pretty lace
and embroidery trim- Q-
ming, 50c, 45c and
Covers, very tastefully made
of fine materials and trimmings
much below value, (J n
at 75c, 68c and . UC
Ask to see the elaborate 1.25
Corset Covers QCr
on sale at . . Uv
To meet the popular dc
man,d for Shirt "Waist
Suits we offer 100 pieces
latest cotton suitings in
fancy Nub cloths, Crepe
Nouveau, Irish Linens,
fancy Voile, Panama
cloth, many weaves that
would sell readily for
38c to 45c, all inOC
one lot, yd. 25c, &J
French Muslins, Persian
Lawns and India Lin
ens, dainty white good3
for dresses and waists,
exquisite materials, at
per yard, 75c, 64c, 58c,
48c, 38c, 32c, 25c, 18c,
Old -Phone Wes, 1281.
troit, Mich.; D. Wine,
Verti, K::lona, Iowa.
lurn Hlv- N't I IH ttll.l
The I.. !':;.- of t)ie Maee:: !;-- of the
Vtr!d wiil f'r.f a progressive tincli
part, at the Maccal.ee"-- hall Moii .'ay
eveniiii'. IJefre.-huierit.- wiil be serv
ed and prize g'iten.