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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904.
THE WEATHER 7
Partly cloudy tonight and
Saturday; no decided change
Temperature at 7 a.m. 34;
at 2:30 p. m. 44.
T fie Closing Pays of the Great
From Now On
With 15he People
Attend Battles' sale.
Attend Hat ties sale.
Atfend Hattles sale.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Heidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Dressed chic-kens at Kehroeder's.
Imported cheese at I'assig l'ros.
Kerler Bros., your carpet cleaners.
- For bus, baggage, express, call llobb's.
Spencer & Trefz'for 'bus or express.
May sausage at II. Tremann's Sins.
Fancy dairy butter in rolls at Weck-
Canned goods must move at Wcek-
Conned goods niu.st move at Week
Strawberries and pineapples at Hess
For real estate and insurance. E. J.
They are actual bargains at Sum
All goods as repreented at Sum
mers. Von wiM miss it if y i iltn't attend
Battles will save vou 23 per cent on
shoes next week.
Plenty of strictly fresh eggs at
Harris r (iauley's.
Fancy navel oranges 20 cents a doz
en at I'assig Bros.
Strawberries and asparagus at Ias
Rig Bros', tomorrow.
Newest, nobbiest spring caps at UI
lenieyer &. Sterling's.
Nice new wall paper only 2 cents a
roll at J.erch (Jreve's.
Fresh dressed turkeys and chicken
at H. Tremann's Sons'.
Fiftj'-three unnecessary movements
this page next Saturday.
"Buster Brown" collars for bow and
girls. I'llemeyer & Sterling.
"('overned by ride, not by excep
tions" The Argus Saturday.
Ice cream an:l ice cream soda at
Petersen's. Kill Third avenue.
Choice shirts for men. soft bosom,
50 cents. Sommers & I.aVelle.
Onlj- 2 cents a roll for wall paper at
J.erch (Jreve's, 201VJ Fourth avenue.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
fciemon, 152G Fourth avenue, union 233.
No trouble to get breakfast quick if
you have Mrs. Austin's Pancake Flour.
When yon hear a male chorus, that's
music. Friday night. Methodist church.
Nothing half so fine as Mrs. Austin's
Pancake Flour. Ask your grocer for
Don't fail to see our men's fine
spring suits at $12.50. Sommers & I.a
Velle. Plenty of dressed turkeys, chickens,
ducks and geese at Hess Bros', tomor
row. The largest bottle "of olives for 10
cents i:i the citv Saturday at Passig
Our little felfi ws suits are gems,
line, well made clothing. Summers &
Little fellows' "Buster Brown suitg
in all colors are shown at Custafson
Hear the boys sing as only college
boys can sing at the Methodist church
Everything that is new in men's and
boys pring clothing is shown at (Jus
tafson & Haves'.
A complete line of fresK feg;etabIeS
for your Sunday dinner u i a-.-,
Ball and bat or Turkish tubophone
given with every boys' suit from $1.50
up. The London.
It rained the same day. Buy a cra
venctte coat;' nobby ones at Som
mers & LaVelle's.
Our cap and hat department is
brimful of the new spring effects. "L'l
Icmeyer & Sterling.
Don't forget to have Mrs. Austin's
Fancakes for breakfast. Your gro
cer can supply you.
Not only "a matter of principle,"
but one of dollars, and sense, also.
First class balls nn.l bats, not the
cheap, toy kind, with boys' suits from
51.50 up. The London.
"Buster Brown" is in town. AH the
new spring "Buster Bron" clothes at
I'llemeyer & Sterling's.
For Saturdaj. boys suspenders,
worth 13 cent, only- 5 cents. You
know us. The London.
EjTK plant, watercress, lettuce, wax
beans, encumbers, tomatoes, spinach,
at Hess Bros", tomorrow.
Men's hats, odds and ends, worth
up to $3, none worth less than $1, on
ly 50 cents. The London.
We will have tomorrow a lot of the
finest dressed chickens ever placed on
sale in the city. Harris & (lauley.
Two thousand rolls of wall paper,
while it lasts, at 2 cents and 3 cents
per ro! at P.J. Lees wall paper store.
Two thousand rolls of wall paper,
while it lasts, at 2 cents and 3 cents
per roll at P. J. Lee's wall paper store.
Tickets for the glee club concert
Friday night in the Methodist church
a 7C"V,c 0 'FhsvYS' r F and this sale will go down in Rock Island history as the greatest shoe sale ever known. A prompt
JD'A,y recognition by the people of different methods and distinct price reduction, made this sale a popular
one. A sale where economically inclined people can save money. A sale totally devoid of bluff, bluster and exaggeration.
shoes exactly evS represented ond absolutely as advertised:
for ladies' $1.25
kid shoes; new
toes; all si.'.es.
a pair for m n's,
boys" and ladies'
pers. Come quick.
for ladies' $::, $4
mid $. shoe's, on
our bargain table,
may have your
HERE'S A &REAT SALE OF
59c , 88c $1.89
for child's red. for ladies hand- for la die- patent
black or tn turn kid strap leather slims, la-
lines, sizes 2 to 5. slippers. n6 belter test toes; you pay
regular 50c and anywhere for less $2.-50 and $3 eNe-
i 75c values. than $1.25.' where.
' ' ' LADIES' SHOES. ' '
LAD IKS' SHOES. ' LA DIES' SHOES. LADIES' SHOES. LADIES' SHOES. LADIES' SHOES. LADIES' SHOES.
In the vici kid, lace, patent tip. In the ici stock, lace, low heels. In fine kid stocks, heavy or light All of our Empress shoes, any In the finest kid stock, welt or Our hand-made, full dress, finest of
all sizes, $1.50 the $2 and $2.25 sides, all up-to-date goods, style, enamel coltskiu and vici I turns, all new styles. patent kid. high heels,
kind, now QO, kind, now kind, fC stock, $:5.50 values, - C j '$4 values. J QC $5 values. X j Q
at OC at ATrO now LfJLJ now M I now imJO now J mm. S
INFANT'S. INFANT'S. j CHILD'S. - CHILD'S. GIKLS'. BOYS".
Bed, tan or black, 50c and In black, button or lace. 2 to Spring heel shoe;, button, hand- Spring heel, hand turns, or heavy Sizes up to 2s, good values for Nice satin calf, solid all through,
75c value, 2 to 5. 39c ' ,ov 5"Sc t"rne1' 5 to 8- 59c s,,its- viihR's" TS)c '"'" aml j siz's Mo 98c
MEN'S SHOES. MEN'S SHOES. MEN'S SHOES. MEN'S SHOES. MEN'S SHOES. j MEN'S SHOES.
Tip or plain, nice satin calf, solid Neat and dressy, good spring shoes, all of our up-to-date $2.50 shoes In high rr low shoes, any leathers. In ccltskins and vieis. good value All of our $5 and $G shoes, bench
and good wearers, Vall'OS fr B'S 1 89 "il' ii,-v,ts :! ,a,,l,'s' 29 2 98 ,lla(1e ,"'!,, .vo" :m 03
B gain s
-a. R. eduction
are on sale at Noftsker's, 1S11 Second
Top coats. Sommers & I.aVelle.
The I'nion Mission Aid society has
been organized with Mrs. V. H. Oest
as president and Mrs. Dyrrn At wood
I'.etter get in and buy your spring
suit. Plenty i.f them. I'e.-t titters,
will hold their shape. You know us.
Th London. .
Dr. P. F. Purdue, 17162 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. m.
- If you sre Jooking for boys
nobby, tine-tit ting, goi.-il-wearing suits
at $3.50, call on Sommers & LaVelle.
.Ju;-t a "try on" will convince you
that the (i. & H. specials are the best
fitting' clothing made. This make
shown only by Gustafson & Hayes.
'1 ry bteam-dried fertilizer for lawns,
gardens, truck gardens and farms. In
100-pound and ton lots. Twin-City
Rendering company; 'phone west 1403.
Our "Duster Drown" suits for little'
fellows are only genuine "Duster
Drown" suits, bearing the "Duster
Drown" label. I'llemeyer & Sterling.
Albert T. D. Schaeffer and Miss Liz
zie Carroll, both of this city, were
married by Justice J. H. Cleland, the
ceremony taking place at his oflice
State's Attorney II.' A. Weld, at a
meeting of the stockholders of the
Cambridge, Kewanee fc (ienesert inter
urban company, in Kewanee. recently
disposed of his stock, in the concern.
It was purchased by the others inter
ested. The grand jury at Waterloo, init
reHrt rendered several days ago. re
turned a true bill against Harry Al
lendorf. who was employed here and
who is under arrest there charged
with arson. Deing unable to furnish
bail. Mr. AUendorf still remains . in
John T. MeCutcheon. the famous car
toi nist i f the Chicago Tribune, will
appear at the Illinois' in the Y. M. C. A.
course. Wednesday. 23rd. The lecture
will be illustrated by cartoon draw
ings en the stage. Tickets yvill be
placed on sale Monday at 9 a. in. at
the association office.
George Senn. while replacing para
phernalia in the lockers at (KM Fel
lows hall last evening, took a tumble
from a ladder on which he was stand
ing, dropping to the floor, a distance
of six feet, on his head, in which he
sustained rather severe scalp wound.
HU injury was dressed at the llock
Island sanitarium, after which he was
conveyed in the ambulance to- his
home in South flock Island.'
II. W. Crawford, division freight
agtnt of the Durlington. has been
sparrinj with your old friend, the
grip. He has had his share of human
ills, including that malaria peculiar to
the southland, where he passed a num
ber i-f his younger years, but he dec-lares
that for an ailment with such
an insignificant standing in the medi
cal profession the grip makes a better
showing of staying qualities than any
thing he has been called upon to re
sist. However. Mr. Crawford is again
able to take care of the furnace and
report daily at his oflice in the Dur
lington building on Twentieth street.
OLD MAU HIT BY TBAIN
AND SERIOUSLY INJURED
W. C. Mealon. aged 70 years, resid
ing at Dawn, Livingston county. Mo..
lies at St. Anthony's hospital in a ser
ious condition from injuries received
at Hurst ow, where he was struck by
a Durlington train last evening. Five
of his ribs were fractured and inter
nal injuries inflicted, the nature of
which time alone can determine. Mr.
Mealon had been visiting relatives at
Erie, Whiteside county, and had start
ed on his return home to Missouri.
At Darstow there is a wait of the
train on which he was a passenger,
and he alighted to take a little exer
cise. Mr. Mealon was hit 13- the north
bound passenger train, the approach
of which he did not hear. He would
have been killed, but for the alertness
of a b3-stander. who took him by the
neck and jerked him from between
the rails, the pilot striking him a
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Specials for 8torday, Marrh 19
Women's hemstitched initial hand
Embroidered turn-over collars, 5c.
Paris collar foundations, white and
Children's black stockings, 5c.
72-inch bleached table damask, 50
cent cjualit for 31c.
27-inch black taffeta siik, $1 quali
ty for CSc.
21-:nch black taffeta silk. 75c qual
ity, for 40e.
100 dozen Iad;es hemstitched hand
kerchiefs for 2c.
Kirk's .Tap rose soap, Sc.
Kirk's Juvenile soap,-, lie.
Kirk's Siiandon Dells, Sc.
Gold. Fish special. 5c. .
1,003 Tolls tine gilt wall paper, 10c
quality, for 5c.
Superior paper cleaner, 10c.
Fifteen varieties candy for 10c.
Watches cleaned and repaired for a
limited time only 75c.
Our shirt waist department is now
complete with the newest and most
beautiful line of spring and summer
wai.sts, silks, linens, percales, madras
and sateens are shown in great vari-
D. W. DIanchard, of Des Moines, is
in the city.
C. F. Lynde departed yesterday for
a trip to Muskogee, I. T.
Will Adams is confined to his home
with an attack of the measles.
.lames McKeag and Thomas Wynes
left last evening for Dillings, Mont.,
where they are to work on a ranch.
Mrs. S. 15. McDride and Mrs. I. M.
Uyerson, of Marengo. Iowa, are visit
ing with their sister. Mrs. C. .1. Twis
nicy, 42O0 Fifth avenue.
' ("apt. A. M. Dlakesley i., in Kock Isl
and from Kansas City, his new home,
for a visit. He was a loser in the lire
i f Wednesday at Elkhart, Ind.
Montgomery Meigs, of Quincy; .1.
D. Dushane, of St. Paul, and Capt. W.
A. Thompson, of La Crosse, assistant
engineers in the improvement of the
upper Mississippi, are in the city for
a conference with Col. .lames I., busk
in reference to the work for the com
HAVANA RUNAWAYS ARE
HEADED FOB ROCK ISLAND
. Chief of Police Miller received a
letter from Mrs. Mary Young, of Ha
vana. III., yesterday, asking him to
locate her 9-year-old son Chester, w ho,
with Ernest Fike, ran away from his
home Wednesday. It was learned at
Peoria that the lads were headed for
this ci ty.
Louis Cohn, the boy arrested yes
terday for the theft of $15 worth of
tools from M. Torpey. was released
last night. Mr. Torpey recovered the
tools and did not care to prosecute
the boy on account of his tender
Hazel Springer and Lou Cede were
arrested yesterday afternoon for dis
orderly conduct. Magistrate John
son imposed a fine of $10 and costs on
the former, while the latter was fined
$5 and costs. The fines were paid.
I lest Remedy for Constipation.
The finest remedy for constipation
I ever used Is Chamberlain's" Stomach
and Liver Tablets." says Mrs. Eli But
ler, of Frankville, X. Y. They act
gently and without any unpleasant
effect, and leave the bowels in a per
fectly natural condition. Sold by all
If troubled with weak digestion,
belching or sour stomach, use Cham
berlin's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and you will get quick relief. For
sale by all druggists.
La grippe coughs yield quiokly to
the wonderful curative qualities of
Foley's Honey and Tar. There is
nothing else "just as good. All druggists.
BURGLARS DO WHOLESALE
BUSINESS AT QALESBUR0
Mere houses -were entered by bur
glars at (ialesburg Wednesday night
than in any one night in the city's
history. Fifteen cases were reported,
all in the wealthy residence district.
The heaviest losers were W. E. Terry
and II. F. Wet h bee. The homes of
Dev. W. II. Spenee. pastor of the Pres
byterian church, and of Aid. C. H.
Chamberlain, secretary of the Puring
ton Paving Drick company, were
among those entered. The. police have
Taxes for the year 1903 are now due.
Parties having personal tax and no
real estate will be expected to make
immediate payment. The statute in
regard to the collection of personal
property taxes will be strictly enforc
ed. Payments made previous to March
25, 1004, will save cost of collection and
WILLIAM G. PITMAN.
Office with Fckhart & Buffura, Boom
13, Mitchell & Lynde Eldg.
Land Kxcaralon to Oklahoma
Land excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Rock Island System
Jan. S and 19, Feb. 2 and 16, March 1
and 15 and April 5 and 19. For fur
ther particulars, call on or write
E. E. MORGAN,
HENRY J. GRIPP,
1410 Fifteenth Street. Moline, III.
You need a tonic, tissue builder,
strength producer, flesh creator, this
spring? HolJister's Rocky Mountain
Tea will revitalize vour entire system.
35 cents, tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas,
Three Nigni and Saturday Mat nee
Thursday, March 17.
Holder. Comedy Co ,
In a repertoire of standard plays.
New people, new songs, new scenery,
new; dances, new costumes, new pic
tures. SPECTATIES BETWEEN ACTS.
Prices: 10c, 20c and 30c. Ladies
free Thursday night.
Special matinee Saturday.
Is far too often the ease. " Many a foot
has been made prettier by selecting
the right shoe. Our ladies' shoes are
skillfully modeled, and though it may
seem early, we are now showing some
of the advance spring styles. They are
made in shapes to fit all styles of feet
and to make any foot attractive.
You may say "My foot is too broad
or too flat to look stylish." Hundreds
of our lady patrons once said the same
thing, but we have fitted them and
Get the Dig Hit
2 Step by Harry L. Hamilton.
18c a Copy
At Kruner A: Go's., 1508 Second Ave-
nue, or Harry L.. I lain 11 ton's, Music
: Dealer, 1U0 -Second Avenue. Other big
hits at cut prices:
My Nana Lou, Ballad. 0c
My Black Man, 2-Step 8c
My Own Lit tie Octoroon, coon song
Bashful Lou, 2-Step Qc
That's the place to get a. good Cigar.
We pell all the Daily and Sunday Papers.
Magazines and Periodicals on sale as Boon
as published. Give us a trial.
T H E A T H E -mj
Hildebrsxndt (L Cash.
Vou Know T5he Boys.