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THE ARGUS, SATinBAV, MABCII 12, 1904.
LOVE TO THE LIMIT
Mrs. Mary Mo wry Says She Will
Support Her Crippled
AEE ARRESTED IN FEORIA
Whllher They Are Followed by the
the Hatband of the
Mrs. Mary Mowry and Harry At
kins, the former Koldier, who eloped
from Hock Island Friday- evpiiiiicr of
last week, are in jail at IVoria. whith
er they were pursue.' by the husband
of the woman. A charge of adultery
ban been- preferred against them.
Mowry found hi wife and Atkins .and
IeMer. the .V) ear-old ehild.- living in
the lOO Mock on Fourth street.
The n'Idier-prisoner is eripple-1 f runt
Jont; and hard e.-jinpaif"ns, hut in Jove
ne t siron'. I lie vouny vvomnn--ror
hhe is l-s than :! who -rave i:p home
and honor for him, hits weeping in her
rell. pl'!in h-r eternal love to hint.
When the woman and her husband
met faee to faee in the jail she said:
"He loved me more than I had ever
been loved before, f worship him. lie
is all my life to me. Without hirn I
could not live. He is not able to do
hard work, but I will work for him.
I will work for him as long its 1 am
:ibl" to breathe, that we may live to
gether. 1 do not be you. J csire
nothing fur vou. We ran never have
anything to do with eaeh other
Tak'o In a Itoarrinr.
Mowry is employed at the ltoek Isl
and plow- works. Atkins came to their
ltou?.e and n.-ked f'r hoard. He was
accommodate 1. He said that he was
wounded while serving his country in
thi- Spanish-American war and was
making' a livelihood selling pencils,
etc., as he was not aide to perform
manual lain r.
Atkins was taken ill and he was
nursed by Mrs. Mowry. Mowry had
his first intimation that ail was not
as it should be under his roof when
lie returned home la.-t Friday night
and found a note cf farewell from his
He learned the couple, accompanied
"by the chilli, had boardeif the evening
Ituriington train for d'alesburg. lie
was without ftitrls at the time, but
manage: to rai.-e enough the f flow
ing (lav and started on the trad of
the erring couple. inal!y roiindin
them up at I'eoria.
a. m. and 7:Z0 p. m. Sunday school at
9:15 a. in.. J. .1- Help, superintendent
Epworth League at i. Junior League
at 2 p. m.
Free Swedish Mission, corner of
Eleventh street and Fifteenth avenue
Sunday school at 3 p. in. Services at
3:30 p. to. Prayer meeting; Wednes
day at 8 p. m.
Wvman A. M. E. Mission, Thir
teenth street and Fifth avenue; IJev
D. W. Brown, pastor. Services at 10:43
a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
1 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
8 p. m.
Central Presbyterian, Second ave
ntie, between Fourteenth and Fif
teenth streets; llev. William Torrance,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m
loung People u meeting at oMj p. m.
Services at 10:43 a. in. and 7:30 p. m
I.roadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twentv-third street and Seventh ave
nue, IJev. W. S. Marquis, pastor.
Services at 10:43 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Sunday school at 0:13 a. m. Young
People's ' meeting at G:43 p. in.
IJev. At hn 11. Kot hne, the lecturer,
will preach in the morning on "The
Challenge to Skepticism," an I in the
evening on "Man-Made IJeligion."
United Presbyterian, Third avenue
and Fourteenth street; IJev. I). L. Mc
Xary, pastor. Services at 10:13 a. in.
an I ':''.') p. in.
South Park Chapel, Presbyterian,
Kim street and Fifteenth avenue, IJev.
W. S. Marquis, pastor. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. in. Holy communion at 7
Aiken Street I'nion Chapel, South
IJock Island. Sunday school at 3 p.
m. Services every Tuesday at 7:.:0
I'ethel Presbyterian Chapel, corner
Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue,
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
Services in the various - hurehes
will be held a:; follows tomorrow:
trinity r.iuseopal church, corner
Nineteenth street and Sixth aveinu1
IJev. IJ. F. Sweet. 1). !.. rector (not
ilVu-iating) ; IJev. F. A. Heisley, priest
in charge. Holy eomiiumi n at 7:;''.J
a. m. Sun lay scln.ol at !':13 a. m
Morning service and KTiiicn at 10:43
si. in. Children's vespers at 4:30 p.m.
Kven song and sermon at 7:3U p. m
I.cuit-ii services, Wednesday at 10 a
m. and 7:3M p. m. Sermon by 'IJev. IJ
M. I.aurenson. i f Tiskilwa, 111., Fri
day at 10 a. in. and 4 p. in.
Trinity chapel, corner Seventh street
and Fourth avenue; in charge of cler
gy o Trinity church. Sundays, eion
song and Sunday school at 3 p. in.
Kmanuel Il.-iptist church. 447 Forty
fourth street; IJev. II. W. IJeed, pas
tor. Sunday school at 2:30 p. in.
Swedish Haptist. corner of Twenly
lirst street and Fifth avenue. Preach
ing at 10:43 a. in.
First Haptist. corner Third avenue
find Fifteenth street; IJev. II. W. Heed,
pastor. 'Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
15. V. P. I", at ":30 ji. ni. Services at
10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.
Me Kin ley Haptist, Sixth avenue and
Tenth street. Services at 10:45 a. in.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:30
German Lutheran, curner Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue; IJev. C. A.
Mrnnicke. pastor. Services at 10 a.m.
and 7:30 p. m.
(race English Lutheran, corner For
t -fourth street and Seventh avenue;
IJev. C. E. HolTsten, pastor. Services
at 10:30 a. m. anil 7:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
street and Fourth avenue; IJev. .7. A.
N'yvall. pastor. Services at 10:30 a.m.
ami 7:30 p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran. 4325 Sev
enth avenue; IJev. .1. G. I hi hi berg, pas
tor. Services at-10:45 a. m. anil 7:".0
p. m. Sunday school at J:30 a. in.
German Evangelical. Ninth street.
Wtvveen Fifth and Sixth avenues.
IJev. ,f. H. dan-, of Muscatine, will
preach at 7:30 p. m.
Memorial Christian, corner of Third
avenue and Fifteenth street, IJev. O.
W. Lawrence, pastor. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. Y. P. S. C. K. at 6:43 p. ni.
Morning subject, "Possibilities of
Faith." Evening. "Helps to IJiglit
St. .Joseph's IJoman Catholic, cor
ner Second avenue and Fourteenth
street; IJev. Thomas Mackin. dean and
pastor. Mass at S a. m. and 10:30 a.
m. Vespers at 3 p. in. Sunday school
at 2 p. m.
Sacred Heart. IJoman Catholic,
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth ave
nue; IJev. .1. F. Lockney, pastor. Mass
at S an. I 10:30 a. in. Sunday school
at 2 . in. Vespers at 7:30 p. in.
St. Mary's German Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
street; IJev. Adolph Gcycr, pas
tor. Mass at S and 10:30 a. in.
Mass and sermon at 9 a. m. for
the I'elgian parishioners.
Y. M. C. A. building, corner of Third
avenue ajid Nineteenth street. Hoys"
meeting at 2:30 p. m.; men's tneeting
at 3:30; bible classes at 4:13, and
luncheon at 5:30.
Tlireateni ng weather, with.
probibly rain or snow to
night and Sunday; no decid
ed change in temperature.
J. M. snERIER,
Temperature at 7 a.m. 29;
at 2:bO p. m. SI.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Hums.
Buy a home of IJcidy Bros.
Lard cents at Weckel's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
JJalston health shoes. Dolly Bros.
Kerler Bros., your carpet cleaners.
For bus, baggage, express, call IJobb's.
Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
The stage of water was 7:30 all day.
I "est lard 7- cents a pound at Weck
Strawberries at Hess Uros . tins ev
For real estate and insurance. E. J.
pounds for $1
Cane sugar 22
Cane suar 22
Tomatoes must move
pounds for $1 at
'-. cents at
. here, flcmann
Don't forget the closing out s
the closing out sale
Salvation Army barracks, 1509 Sec
ond avenue. Services at follows:
Knee drill at 7 a. in.; holiness meeting
at 10:30 a. in.: christians meeting at
3 p. in.; salvation meeting at S p. in.
Church of .lesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints. Odd Fellows hall. Second
avi-niie. Service-, conducted at 3 p. in
by Elders Now 'in and Wat kins. Sun
day school at 1:30 p. m.
AT THE HOTELS
First Church of Christ. Scientist.
Twenty-third street, U'tween Seventh
and Ninth avenues. Services at 10:43
h. m. Sunday school follows morning
service. Beading rooms in London
building on Second avenue, open daily
except Sunday from 12 m. to 5 p. ni.
Sun-lay's subject, "Matter.
First Methodist, corner of Fifth av
rnue and Nineteenth street; IJev. B. B.
Williams, pastor. Services at 10:43 a.
m. an 1 7:30 in. Morning subject.
"The Fellowship of Suffering." Even
ing. "Fasting." Speeial music in the
Spencer Memorial Methodist church,
corner Forty-third street and Seventh
avenue; IJev. .1. B. Butter, pastor.
Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. ra.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth
avenue and Fourteenth street. Bev. Fi
L. Litzrodt, pastor. Services at 10:45
the Harper C. H. Kottgar.
Springfield; W. M. McGnvern, New
York; C. W. Bonne!!. New York: .1
C. I la mines. ()-k;i loo.-a. Iowa: 15. A.
Gardner. Louisville; L. D. Yose. Chi
cago; K. D. Parker. Cedar Uapids; (
W. Jones. Grand Uapids, Mich.: W. H.
IJi berts. Hock Island; .1. A. Marshall
Chicago; A. .1. Llovd, Bock Island; W
D. Hess. Chicago; G. Carter. Cincin
nati; F. H. Mitchell. St. Iui; I.. F
lloupt. Chicago; C. E. Duncan. Chi
igo; N. .1. French. Davenport;' V
Wvctangs. Columbus. Ccvlori; .luliiis
Flota, Chicago; W. O. Phillips., ( hi
t-ago; .1. I., "-swift, .Macoinli; .1. K.
Barnes, New York; B. Potter, Peoria
At the Harms (Eurcpeani II. II.
Mever. New York: John .1. Lines. Chi
cago; H. DriseolJ. New York; E. .1.
Crowley, P. J. IJyan. Chicago; L. L.
(raves. Peoria: C. C. Mulford. Chica
go; G. C. Hutchings. Chicago; L. E.
Bailey. New Y'ork; I. D. Barr. Milwau
kee; S. E. Murdock. Chicago; C. B.
Baker. Ciilar Uapids: I 15. Woods.
IJochester. N. Y.: C. T. Charlson.
Galesburg: L. Morse. H. .1. Brennnn.
Chicago;" E. .1. Manning, (i. E. Bur
rows. New York: S. .1. Webber. Chica
gc. At the Beck Island ( Eurojieani Al
Powers. :igcnt "A Mi?!ii naire Tramp"
company; .1. W. Johnson. W. IJ. Ma
son. Chicago: W. M. Magiiire, New
York; N. C. Canten, Chicago; H. D.
Mantel. Bovton; II. C. Steiner, Chica
go; F. W. Cornell. Milwaukee; O. L.
Peek. IJ.ick Island; P. J. Farrell. Chi
cago; E. E. Law. IJ.M-k Island; IJet'ta
A. le:re. Mt. Carre II; II. AY. Cros.
Beard-town; .1. KeMv. Chicagi : .Bar
ney Kasonberg. V"n !a; W. IJ. Carey.
Carbon t liff; A. W. Kelso. lJ,Kk Isl
and; IJ. W. Bullock, t'reelev. Col.
Taxes for the year 1903 are now due.
Parties having personal tax and no
real estate will be expected to make
immediate payment. The rtatute in
regard to the collection of personal
property taxes will be strictly enforc
ed. Payments made previous to March
25, 1904. will save cost of collection and
WILLIAM G. PITMAN.
Office with Eckhart A- Buffum, Boom
15, Mitchell & LrndEldg.
Fresh Kentucky blue grass seed at
Fancy lemons 20 cents per dozen at
No better made for 5 cents than the
Buy your lard at Weckel's. only
cuts a pound.
Nice vegetables received fresh daily
at Passig Bros".
Call early and have a better select
ion at Summers sale.
A smoke from the garden of Cuba
Edison's 5-cent cigar.
Head Jlel ahe s al for prices on new
pring suits for ladies.
All kinds of fresh garden seeds to
be had at Passig Bros".
Dressed turkeys, chickens afld g'
it Bess Bros, this evening.
$500 reward if Edison's cigar does
not contain Havana filler.
Buy your wall paper of Lerch &
Grcve, 2002 Fourth avenue.
If you want the best liquors on th
market, go to Simon Lewis. ,
Imported and domestic cheese al
ways on hand at Passig Bros.
A pleasant smile and htasun s cigar
at Arndt's cigar store for 5 cents.
Wall paper, wall paper. Where
The Modern. 3:;i Twentieth street.
I he Ihirty club will give its next
dancing party Thursday, March 24.
Mill a few gasoime Moves and ovens
left, going cheap, at Summers sale.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon. 1520 Fourth avenue, union 2S
The largest stock of wall paper at
I.crcli iv Orcves, (Mi rourtli avenue.
Canned corn, peas and tomatoes
three cans lor cents, at 1 assig
Aext I ucsiiay will lie the lirst day
of registration for the cit y-tow nshiii
See the new line of go-carts at Ch
maun V r-almann s. .mi this years
No chance for disappointment if
you serve Mrs. Austin's Pancakes. All
grocers sell it.
Uooui mouli.ings and plate rails at
reduced prices. The Modern, 330
Go to Clemami it Salmann's for
furniture, carpets and stoves. You
can save in per cent.
For fine, up-to-date wall paper at
the right prices go to Lerch & Greve's,
002 Fourth avenue.
Lerch & Grcve. 2002 Fourth avenue.
have the largest assortment of wall
paper in the tri-cities.
Do v on know that you can save 10
per. cent n furniture ly trading at
Clemann fc Salztnann's?
Trunks called for, repaired and re
turned by Trunk Factory, 220-Brady
street. Davenport. Iowa.
Be pi mpt Monday morning at Mc
ibe's. Siiks from the auction go on
sale at U o clock. Kead ad.
will be placed on sale Monday at
o'clock at McCabe's.
I lemann A: Salinann s have receiv
ed a carload of straw mattings. Mat
ting makes an ideal floor covering.
I All grades, from the cheapest to the
You not only save money by pur
chasing at Clemann & Salzmann's, but
you also have the advantage of select
ing from the largest stock in the tri-
Hefore selecting your wall pajer.
stop in and see the elegant new lines
of the latest designs and colorings of
the season, at W. C. llubbe's. 1C19
Save money and buy your wall pa
per, mouldings, paints anil brushes
yoti know us the one price dealer.
The Modern wall paper house, corner
Twentieth street and Fourth avenue.
Prof. M. Ainslev Scott will deliver
an illustrated lecture on Tarsiial.
under the management i f Leon Loeli,
at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium Tuesday
March 15. Admission. 50 cents; chil
li ren, 25 cents.
Have Mr. llubbe give von au esti
mate on doing your paering and
painting. All work guaranteed to be
first class and give satisfaction. None
but the best skilled workmen employ
ed; 1(5!. Thir l avenue.
Frank Crabtree, a farmer residing
near laylor Bulge, was terribly burn
ed in the faee. neck and left arm bv
i premature explosion of giant pow
der that he was toting before em-
p!i viiig to facilitate the splitting of
Aiigustana college was badly defeat
ed at M ( in n ii n I h In- M mi mi ni h !.
lege at iiaskef lia II lhursdav evening.
the score be'ig 47 to IS. The boys
fri in this city were handicapped by
i ne sinooin iioor. winch ihev were un
used to. or a better showing would
have been made.
Charles Pearson, engineer on the
uocK isiami, who was inpired in a
wreck at Chicago last Thursday night,
is not as seriously hurt as was re
ported. Mrs. John Miirrin. of this
cny, who is a sister ot .Mr. Pearson.
in a letter written to Mr. Miirrin thi:
morning from Chit-ago, states that he
e.-.caped with a fracture of his left col
I'he Tri-City Christian union of the
I nited Presbyterian church held its
quarterly social in the parlors of the
I nited Presbyterian church of this
city last evening. A program was
carried out. consisting of a vocal duet
by the Misses Caverly and Maurer, of
Moline; a vocal solo by Miss Brown.
of Davenport, and selections by the
Apollo Mandolin orchestra. At tin
conclusion f the program a social
hour was enjoyed. IJefreshments were
Dr. Koehne lectured at Broadway
I'resiivterian church last evening on
"The Miracle Problem." Miracles, he
sai.i. were inteiiMe:! To mil in answer
ing the relaticirshM) between (Jod an l
man. They must have moral back-
round and foreground, must reveal
God and bless man. and must not be
used indiscriminately, for that would
violate the moral value of the mira
cle. There will 1m- no lecture this ev
ening. hut Dr. Koehue will speak at
i-niii morning and evening services
I Rubber Boots
Men and Boys
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
Women & Children
SILKS FROM THE AUCTION
We have secured 10,000 yards of handsome and desirable Silks at
25 to 50 percent below regular prices, from the Great Peremptory
Auction Sales of ASHLEY, BAILEY & CO., NEW YORK CITY.
THIS SALE will be the Silk event of the seasoncoming as it does when Silks' will be more uni
versally used for complete gowns for street or evening wear than ever before in the history of the
Silk business. Besides the Silks bought at auction, we will offer several other lots' of Silks that
our buyers secured in the market at 25 PERCENTto 50 PERCENT BELCW REGULAR PRICES.
In all JO.noo yards of this seasons' han.lsomest .mfi hest qualities offj AfAl flPEf FlflfjnUV A PI HRR IA
Plain and Fancy Black and Colored Silks will be ready for you by 3 U OLUUft MUliUfll HiUn UMHi I
anil sale will be continued until all lots are c!r.eJ o.it. ,
1000 yds. 75c to $2 Fancy Silks, in
rich plaids, brocades, checks, hair
lino stripes, etc., from 19 to 27 in.
wide, values from 75c io ?2 yard,
bought at auction,
price, 59c, 59c ,
1500 yds. 75c plain colored Taffetas,
nearly all shades, mill lengths, from
3 to 12 yards, the auction.
price, per yard ..
69c to 85c Colored Taffetas, in full &
part pieces, nearly all colors pQ
from auction, price yard. ..OOt
25 pieces handsome Crepe de
Chines, all colors and
black, per yard
$1.25 '.o $1.50 laiCFt spring Taffeta and
Lo.-icsne, checks, stripes, rich, plaids
a. id f.-.rvy designs. 22 to 06
inches w '.'.', from auction, yd
$1.00 to $1.18 Fancy Silks, in light,
medium aixl dark shades, for
shirtwaist suits, yd. 89c and...
COO yards Cheney Bros. $1.03 Foulard;;,
in navy and Mack, with white dots and
figures, very correct for full
suits, sale price, yard
Cheney Brcs. $1.25 Taffeta Imperial,
in colors and black,
Cheney Bros. 32-inch Natural
Pongee Silk, sale-price
32-inch Corean Silk, made in Corea and
imported to sell at $1.25. white nr
and light shades, sale price, yd. .
10 pieces Black Peau de Soie jq.
while it lasts, yard tVL
36-in. $1.50 Black Taffeta, fine i jp
finish and quality, yard
27-in. Black Taffeta, fine high o j-
grade, very exceptional, at ydOJ'v
20-in. Rich Lustrous Peau de
Soie, extra heavy, sale pi i
36-inch Peau de Soie, for coats,
wont last long,
36-inch Black Peau de Soie, $1.50
quality,- per yard, j Q
Other small lots of niack Im
ported Silks marked way down:
ice 85 c
FASCINATING NEW SPRING SUITS FOR LADIES
In this store the new Suits combine exclusive style and high grade
tailoring without the expensiveness. Long graceful lines, sloping
effects at shoulders and hips, and many other greatly admired
features are found in these garments.
New Eton Coat Suits
Made of fine Chevoit
and Broadcloth, with
capes, taffeta hand
trimmed, fancy but
tons, skirt trimmeJ
to match. These are
handsome suits in
styles that are very
popular this season.
The special price
Xcw Blouse Eton Suits
Up to date styles
made after $35.00
mcdels with new 1830
style long shoulder
effects, fancy trim
mings and panelfront
skirt with hip trim
ming. These come in
fine serge suitings
and are cheap at
Sew Hussar Suits
Very chic-made in
Chevoit suitings or
in fancy imported
mixtures, coats satin
lined and finished
with novelty trim
ming. These jaunty
styles should bring
$25.00, but we price
THE LATEST STYLES IN SPRING COATS
a::d mannish New Spring Jackets, in full co!t
.. 7.98 I ,,.p : 5.98
New Shower Proof Cloaks of Cravenettos, fancy mixtures
coatings, made loose, semi-fitting and belted tty
priced very low, beginning at
WORSE THAN PUBLISHED.
I lie mot complete line ir wall pa
per at !me:-t prices c;in In" rnin! at
If you enjoy muffins and waffles.
trv Mrs. Austin's Pancake flour and
you will le delighted with the results.
Don't mis., the hail given by Arsenal
leiigc.N.-. SI. I. A. ef M.. Wednesday
evening. .March lt. .Mu-ie hy liieuers
The silk event of the season at Mc
Cabe's next week. Silks from the aue-
n will be place:! on sale promptly
at 0 o'clock Mciiil.iv.
Dr. P. F. Purdue, 1716 Second ave
nue. Old 'phone at office, both 'phones
at residence. Hours. 9 to 12 a. m and
2 to 5 and 7 to S p. in.
Try steam-dried fertilizer for lawns.
gardens, truck gardens and farms. In
100-pound and ton lots. Twin-City
Gendering company; 'phone west 1403.
Ten thcusan.1 ards of handsome
and desirable silks secured from the
ureat p-eremptory auction sale of
Ashley. Bailey & Co.. of New York, at
23 Xo 50 pt r cent below regular prices, the offer.
Continued Iro n First I'aKe.
:-Min.s:e. the extent or wnu-n, Ilo-
ever, it was jmiiessil le to axeitaiti
it n 'distance rf rive miles. Many
shells were tired at a range of sevt n
nid a half miles."
The bombardment referred to In
the foregoiEj; bewail about 1 a. in. on
March H. The Japanese witln'rew
nfter a short bombardment, to return
at !J ji. in. and renew the tiring.
Detail of Daman on Land.
Port Arthur, March 11. (Delayed.)
I.a.-t night passed without incident.
I'he .lapane.-e scpMoIron. which ii-:i-
penrcil after Jhiirsdavs bombardment
md naval tight, has not returnee!. T1k-
uu.sian sciuacriiii proceeded to sea
this morning and returned this after
noon, it is understood no .lapancc
hips were sighted.
AltheiiH'h diirins' the bombardment
a number of shells from Japanese
hips hurst in the streets of the town.
the damage to buildings was compar
atively slight. The new town sustain
ed the greatest damage. A shell burst
a few vards from the house of M. Fid-
rski. a lawyer. Sidorski and daugh
ter were killed on the spot. The hit
ter's head was blown otT. Mme. Sid
orski was injured by fragments of the
hell and the girl was wounded and
die! soon afterwards. A Chinaman
was killed and several Chinamen
Ofll-r In Dancer
(Jen. Stoessel. o mmander of the
Kiissi-ni troops. ;ind staff, while watch-
in"- the ooinDar-aiient troni a oafterv
were peppered by splinters from a
shell, but sustained no injuries.
On (odden Hill last night one sol-
.ier was wounded. Two senties on
Klectric Cliff were wounr'ed. A Jap
anese irencld.l was struck by a Rus
sian shell and slowly withdrew. The
bombardment, which was severe, on
Iv ceasei at V2:4S p. m. ,
KnMlaiia Arln Rtreat.
Seoul. March 12. An engagement
took place on the Mh mst. between
Rn--sian and Japanesse cavalry scouts
near Kasan. rinses north of i'jntr
Yang. One Japanese m.ojer was
killed. The Kussians eventually re
Itrttlh Iloapital Shin OfTervwf.
Tokio, March 12. Sir Clan le Mae-
Donald, the British minister, todjiv
tendered the navy department the use
of the navv ho.-pita I f-h'n at Yokoha
ma for the treatment .f sick and
wounded sailors, iiie Japanese min
ister of the navy gratefully accepted
Oalcago Mirch 12 Following re mt ok
1ft- blgbest. lowest ana clomnr qnntatlm is
li todar' market.
May. or. -; tr.vi ps wm
iui su-1, ws m
Sept , te-V 8.;i.
. sv ft4 tt'i 'm
July 51 . - .'0 , .-.tw
SiTl.. J0'. 0? 4Vi- ; 50V-.
May. -II : 4IV4" W
Jul f. 3.i -: 3 :
Sept., 33H-; S31,-; 3 .
May i:t ; M -J5 13 1.7 M 23
July,ll2j. 11 10 lt2u; 111.
May. UV 7 37 . 7 32 7 3
July. 7.60; 7 55; 7.i7. 7 5
May, 7iS 73V7 2V7 3.1
July 7 41. 7.47; 7 37. 7 47
Rve. May 7"; July 70: ttax N.W
W. 1 9, May 111 ; bir'ey 3.(S57.
Heceipta today; ffn'it :i, co-n H8 oait
111: nogf UfrtO; catUe'Jim: nnev 2ii
rtojf market opened strong t j 5c nigncr.
L.lKnt. M K-jgalll: mixcu uu uu.L-
rt 5. iiKFts so; eooa neavy, :.ixo.j roub
heavy i xiJ 3V
Uattie marcel openea uncnacgea.
!n(ep market opened stemy.
TTnion stock vards 8:44i a 10.
Ho market strone r c hiehcr.
LlrtU 15 Wi a mnea na Dntcnerk. S.I5
ft', hj good neavy, t5 2C&&('); rougn ueavj.
Catur market unchanged.
Keeves i;i.ii,ij.7o. cows arid neirers i..u
ti4.4U, stocke' s and feeders 2 2i? tl.30.
aHicp market uucnand.
Hog ma-ket closed snade easl. r
L'eat, 14 u I&5 4.S. miitca anu uuicBer 15 15
S.r.j ood Heavy, ti.soaf.eo; rough heavy.
cilit: iiiarket closed unchanged.
Sbeep market closed unccai ged.
Estimated receipts Monday. Wheat 'M,
corn Zo. oau 2Jti. hogs 4 1,000.
Nw Vorfc Ktooka.
New York March U-The followin are tl e
closing Quotauooa oa the New York stock
Sugar M3W.Gs W'j C R I. & P. 194- Soutfc-
crn Paciuc H & i. aicdkod com-
moo. etui. Atcnison itd. w: u M s St. I'
Muhattan Hi. ropiier 45',, W. V.
lei. Co. IH 1. & N IO'. O & A. 39. Rde.
comnioo3'4 Can I'ldHc tp.-. LAilier. com-
taou i. H T I'acinc nail u.
5 Steei ptJ. fs1. V. S. S'eei common 10H.
Pe'iii. 1 1-3. Mo. I'aciftc l7H. Union Pactlic
iS coal ind irou 3., t.rie common J?i
wa'asn pid. car lounury i. u u
IV HH. kep. Steei ptd , 4?, Kep. e-t el com-
ciou New York Central H3', Illinois
New Vork Bank Statement.
New York. March 12. Reserve decrease.
H27.-: !e s V. S. increase "75; loans de
crease 2.5l.MO. specie decrease.
leeals decrease. $.eo.--io: deiiosits decrease.
iijiU V; circulation decrease, ti.art.nuu
We Are Now Showing
Our complete line of 1904 )
WeLll Papers aivd Room
Select your papers now and have
your work done when convenient.
Papers are good,
Labor the best.
Prices are right,
THE MODERN J
Wall Paper Hovise. p
W. B. KILMER. Proprietor, i.
"Let the Painter do the work." f!
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tXCAt. HABKKT COHUITIOMi
rolsya Qaotatloas oa Prorlaioa U
Stogie. Vr matt
Bock lalmd March 12 Pouowinc are the
iBotatioca oa tue tovju market
Batter Creamery at(23c, dairy
." Presh 17c
e ' poultr" Spring chicken. c n-r
round new kc 'r iuac. tu-keys 11:.
dorks PK-. tees "
V ckcuuiu rOLxoes. 8 C OaiIi 1.Z3.
Cttl- Pteer 13.50 to f 4 73 cow ajjr
aeiitrs txoo to i.oo. cVcs I3.no to ic no
Hogs ixed and batchers 4 7. to to 50
Sheep Ycarlincs or over, I1U w (4 SC.
Lamb (LOU to t 60.
Who Can Guess
liave met with s-.m-h nie,ess
in Koek l.-l:irrl?
We Will Tell You.
lly dolri .'uoil work. I5v nin m;iterial. J!y iin ):iiillesH
niMIn.(l. V,y treat in a all alike; we have rm i;ivnrites. t InJilren are
piven tlie le?t of eare anfl treatment. We ni;jke one priee to .'ill.
We will fiivr n $20 set ttf teetli with natural gums, aluminum lined,
and p-oid-filled teeth for $10.
AIo a fine '2'2k. jrnld erovvn t r warranted for "0 years.
. jngs $1 and up. Ch-anin, free;al.s extraet ing.
Open Every Evening and Sunday.
Old 'phone xrvrn 221. K,10'
ovi:i: r. a. rix.vir.s hiioi; stokk.
GET THE BIG HIT
Harry L. Hamilton,
a eopy. Harry L. Ifarnilf i n' Latent Two-Step at
Kramer fc Co..-!, ijo.j .Se rid iiv-rnie. or wriii !i-
M uie d-a!r, '.DO 2nd Ave. 'J'lione f,V2.