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THE AKGTJS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1904.
Showers tonight and Thurs
day; no decided change In
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature at 7 a m., 5t;
at 2:30 p. m., 72.
Call for the new Kinship.
"Snowballs" at Wil -tier's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of IJeidy Liros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Bargains in shoes al Lage-Watera.
Tin and furnace work at V. ilcher's.
For bus, baggage, express, call Hobo's
Spencer fc Trefz for "bus or express.
For real estate at:d insurance, E. J,
Attend the voting contest at Lnge
Watcrs. Great voting contest at Lagv
Mt-Kown wants jt ar order for win
Lage-Waters Shoe company's voting
Dressed chickens al Harris. 31SS v
II. B. lleKown sells the genuine P
eahontaa 'oaI for furnaces.
Get a pair 1 shoea al Lage-Waters'
and a coupon for the contest.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
Have you ordered your gas stove?
ee the People's Power company.
At 0 o'clock each la 'V. cent French
corset covers 10 cents at McCabe'S.
Take advantage of the May price on
hard coal and order it of McKown.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5S84.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Siemon, 152G Fourth avenue, union 2S3.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing. New
Panitorium club, 1!)09 Second avenue.
The great .Inue sale of muslin mi
derwear begins tomorrow at SfcCabe's.
Dr. William H. Carl, di mist, corner
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue.
At 10 o'c lock each day ladies' 50
eent nighl gowns 29 cents at McCabe'a.
At 2 o'clock each day ladies' 50-eenl
embroidered drawer- 23 cents at Mi
Cabe's. Cherry drops ." cents a pound. Swede
kisses B cents a pound Thursilay at
Help y ur son or daughter win in
the world's fair voting contest at
At .'! o'clock each day ladies full
length hemstitched white skirts T
ent at M ( a he's.
Double uvea foo vhole ga- stoves f
faoh Connections made fre- Pei
pie's power compeni
Twelve snd one-half per rent dis
connl on all oriental rugs at J. II. I .
Peti rsen's Son-'. Davenport.
Attend our special discount sale )
oriental rus now In progress. J. 11. t
Petersen's Sons, Davenport.
Ladies' panel colt oxfords, lace or
button, military or Cuban heels, price
I. age-Waters Shoe company.
Goad housekeepers u-e the best
That's why they buy Red Cross Hall
Blue. At hading grocers. cents.
Don't spoil your clothes. C-v Bed
Cross Hall Blue and keep then white
as snow. All grocers. .' cents a pack
The cheapest and Lest single har
ness, whips and ridrg Baddies in the
city at llillinger's shop, 1506 Second
An election lo rote on the issuing
of bonds to red school will be held
ai the town hall, South Boch island.
Saturday, June t from to p. m.
Justice l. B. MeFarlane, at his of-fu-e
yesterIa3 sfternoon. officiated at
the marriage of Thomas F. Mnrphv
and Mis?. Louise De Papa, of Moliae.
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
fice and residence to 4n'2 Twentieth
street. He will be pleased to prompt
ly attend calls duy or night. Both
Dr. Crissman entertained at an ex
cursi n party on the steamer Helen
Blair Monday to Muscatine in honor
of Miss Wallace, of Galena. There
were is in the party.
The meeting of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety of Broadway Presbyterian
church, which was to have been held
tomorrow afternoon, has been post
poned till next week.
A new secretary for the Young
Men's Christian association has arriv
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Keyser un sixteenth street. The little
gentleman came this morning.
An information was Bled in the
county court yesterday charging B. H.
Miller with asaanlt with a deadly wea
pon. The prosecuting witness is Ar
thur Puntaey, n f rmer employe of
A Bower with every shine Saturday
and Sunday at 1005 Second avenue.
First class shin lap; parlors, billiards,
pm 1 and. cigars of all kinds. Shine
only S cents. Call and give us a trial.
Terua & CoBopulos, props let orat
In the circuit court yeateauay after
noon .liniire draxes granted a divorce
to Ada Doufrhty, of this -ir -. from Ira
Doughty, whom she charged with cru
elty and adultery. Tbej have no efcfl
d r .1 . S. K. Kenworthy was attorney
for the plaintiff.
Arguments were ntinued in the
circuit court today in the QUO war
ranto proee dlnga against the Tri-City
Bailway company. The arguments
are on the motion of the defense to
set aside the leave granted the rela
t r to file information.
Bobert McConnell. of 1411 Twelfth
street, eras last eening made cogni
zant of the fact that yesterday was
liis birthday anniversary by the gath
ering of a number of bis relatives and
friends at his home. A musical enter
tainment was the feature of the evening'-
amusements. Itef rehments were
At a meeting of the members of
Company 15. i'th reir'meiit. 1. .N . at
'leneseo. Fred C. Brown wan elected
first lieutenant to succeed Lieut. Da-i--.
who becomes adjutant of the
Tl.ird battalion, and Balpa Stevenson
was elected second l.eutenant to fill
the raeancj that has existed f f r some
time. IJoth men are long time rr.f m
bera of the guard.
Invitations hate been i-sued by the
l ifk Island High Seh ol Alumni as
sociation for its annual reunion and
entertainment at the high school Sat
urday evening, when the farce. "Yc
Old Polks of Spotless Town." srfl le
I n sented by a cast consisting c.f W.
B. Ifelntyre, W. D. Tay lor. H. E. Van
Duzer, Dr. B. M. Pearce, Louis Jones,
and Ifissea Myrtle Barber and Mae
Lidders. The program will he directed
by Mrs. J. EL larks n.
There are no further development
relative to the finding of what was
iupposed to be a hunch of woman's
bair by a ttsherman in Sylvan water a
short way above the government via
duct Monday afternoon. Davis & Co.'s
. team dredge is now at work near
where the find was made, and if there
is a body lying at the bottom of the
river at that point the men on tin
dredge will doubtless And it in the
course of a few days.
There is tin unconfirmed report to
the effect that Frank Brady, a young
man of this city, had fallen from the
steamer Butledge and been drowned.
Telegrams sent by his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Brady, of Moliue.
have not been received at Stillwater.
Minn., where they were sent and
where the boat is thought to have
gone. It is not thought here that the
rumor has any foundation. The But
ledge, which is due in this city today,
had not arrived up to the time of go
ing to press.
Mrs. Kate M. Gleason, who has been
giving lessons in cooking in the Mo
line public schools, yesterday gave
her first lecture in ftfoline before a
much pleased audience of ladies on
simple cooking and the use of the gas
stove. The People's Power company
has rented the store room formerly
occupied by the Adams Kxpress com
pany in the Mitchell A- Ly nde build
ing for the lectures of Mrs. Gleason
in this city, notices of which will be
published in the daily papers and in
vitations sent t. users of gas stoves.
Albert Petersen's band last evening
gave the fii-t in the summer series of
ubseHption concerts at the Watch
1 1 here lias be n a change from
e 1 : 1 followed in former seasons,
the band being stationed in the stand
south of the inn during the progress
of the concert program, at the con
elusion of which a dance program is
played or. flu third fioor of the inn.
The attendance was large last even
rig, considering tie coolness of the
weather. The music was fine, includ
ing a number of ve'pethm from the
late popular operas, and the audience
was a most appreciate one.
Prakea Three Men to Life Her in the
Patrol Butler ia
HAS FIGHTING JAG
Protty Young Woman Picked Up
by Police at Foot of
TOO DRUNK TO TELL HER NAME
A drunken, but really pretty-faced
young woman, about -'O years of age,
was picked up this morning while sit
ting 011 the river bank at the foot of
Twentieth street, and taken to the
police station in the patrol.
She was in such an intoxicated con
dition as to be unable to give her
Inanu or address.
Policeman Dennis McCarthy assist
'd her. He was greeted by her with
the vilest of oaths. I'pon the arrival
f tne pal nd she made a desperate
fight with three bulky policemen to
prevent being put into the wagon.
There aas but one way for the police
to do. They did that way. She was
picked up bodily ami was placed in
the wagon and hurried to the station.
On leaving the river shore she turn
ed to the large crowd that had gath
ered and unblushingly launched a
curse upon the spectators, declaring
that she was not on exhibition for the
pleasure of a "mess of cads." Time
and again she was warned to keep
quiet, but the warning bounded from
her typanum like pebbles from a war
ship. Her condition will not warrant
of her being tried today.
Butler Held to Grand .lory.
Kdvvard Butler, a stranger in the
city, who is charged with entering
the saloon of John Murrin on Twen
tieth street Monday night, when $1.26
'n cash and four bottles of whisky
were stolen, was before Magistrate
Johnson this morning and bound over
to the gran 1 jury in the sum of $1,000.
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure excepl
leath and taxes, but that is not alto
gether true. Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption is a sure cure
for all lung and throat troubles.
, Thousands can testifv to that. Mrs.
C. 15. VanMeire. of Shepherdtown, W"
Va., says: "I had a very severe case
of bronchitis and for a year tried ev
erything I heard of. but got no relief.
One bottle of Dr. King's N Discov
ery then cured me absolutely." It is
n fallible for croup, whooping cough.
1 pneumonia and consumption.
1 . it It's guaranteed by Ilartz fe
Cllcmeyer. druggists. Trial bottles
free Kegular size. 50 cents and $1.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called 3:30
&e Ladies' Hat Store
222 W. 2d St , Davenport
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The Great June Sale of Muslin Underwear
BEGINNING THURSDAY A. M., JUNE 2nd. will be a center of attraction at this store.
Shrewd shoppers will recognize at a glance the merit of the bargains in this department. For reasons
of economy yow should buy promptly all you need for months to come of these many special drives.
Ladies' White Skirts Dorset Covers
Speoial Hour Sales Ladies' Chemise
11.00 White Skirts, tucked
$1.25 White Skirts, deep lace and
embroidery trimmed Qw
Sp.-cial $1.02 and $1.75 White skirts
very full, elaborate lace or embroi
dery flounces (l (yx
Here are four remarkable values la
White Skirts at $1.48, $1.68 k) rtK
A handsome showing of the finer
White Skirts at most moderate
prices. Ladies' Short Skirts, Ten
styles of these popular meuts
bought esjM cially for our June sale,
Muslin Drawers, deep ruffle, "I Qj
30c ones A
Cambric Drawers with pretty ns.
cluster hemstitching &9-
A variety of
specials at the
Fifteen styles of lace and embroi
dery trimmed drawers, worth up to
75c, for this sale,
;" and rxtJC
A hie lot of extra values,
at Oic, 75e. 85c and VOL
Note the materials and careful
making Good muslin corset covers,
low neck. To
Square neck corset
Full French covers of cambric, ruf
fle trimmed, X9c
Big assortment of Corset Covers at
25c among them, 35c corset cov
ers, hemstitched Okr
38c Corset Covers, tucked, lace or
embroidery trimmed, 25C
45c Corset Covers, 4 rows- of lace
insertion, lace edge and many other
Five styles of elaborately trinMned
50c French corset Qw
covers . .yui
57c Slip over Corset
Twenty styles of Sorset Covers, at
50c, They include New Bolero effect.
lace trimmed Corset Covers, oi:y
Also square yoke, full hemstitched,
lace trimmed corset iO
Corset Cover, Blouser combination.
very full ruffled front,
75c values at
Corset Covers exquisitely made and
trimmed, priced for this sale ar
t2c. 68c, 75c
Note the hours
AT 9 O'CLOCK each day 25c French
Corset Covers 10c
AT 10 O'CLOCK each day, 50c Good
Muslin downs OQ-
AT 2 O'CLOCK each day. 50c Era
broiderv Trimmed Drawers Cfn
AT 3 O'CLOCK, each day. full
length, white skirts, hem- OTf
stitched flounce & '
Extra size Garments
Made with great care In full sizes.
Extra size Gowns, begin X5c
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Extra sizes Skirts begin 85c
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Extra size Drawers begin 3C
35c Children's Wear
Muslin Hemstitched Drawers
Drawers, begin at
White Skirts with bands,
White Skirts, prettily
Child's Muslfn Night
Child's Short White Dresses
Infant's Cambric Slips
Child's Fine Batiste I'nder-waists
Growing In popularity every sea
son. We have them la all length
from knee length to skirt chemises.
Chemises with tucked yoke, Oir
Skirt Chemise, down
Marguerit C 'met Cover and Skirt
combined, lie.uin J
The display of Chemises is very
complete, ranging an price
from $4.00 to Ck
Ladies' Night Gowns
Muslin Night downs, Tucked Yoke
and Insertion, 35C
Night Gowns of Cambric, pretty
tucked and hemstitched Of
Very Pretty Night Qowna with
yokes of tucking and embroidery
gowns often sold up to $1 ."0 Jq
Mum Elaborate Night Qowns, QE
are here at OVs
They Will remind yon of $1 r,,,OAx,
gowns, and only tftJVs
At $1.L.". $1.3S. $1.4S. $1.62. $1.75, tc.
the display of Nlnht Gown exceeds
any we have heretofore made. Tin
style.; quality ami excellent materials-
are all In evidence and prices
much less than alue.
68c to $1.50 Wash Goods, yard 48c
Commencing Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock we In
augurated our great annual clearance of high grade
linen and cotton summer dress fabrics. This is the
greatest and bt st wnsh goods sale of the season.
Koeklin's Pren h Organdies in handsome floral designs-Pure
Linen Voile Suitings in navy, tan nnd white
Exquisite Silk Embroidered Swisses
'ienuine Scotch Linen Suitings
WORTH FROM 68c TO $1.50 A
YARD, ALL. ALL. ALL, Slr
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPABTNSENT
50 feet of the best A ply guar
anteed Garden Hose coupled
with best Gem Spray Nozj'.le,
hardwood hose reel. Ox (
complete for vu"u
You'll know it's worth much
The Philadelphia all day
day lawn mower. 14-inch cut,
high wheel, ratchet bearings,
self sharpening, CM I
very special tytJtt
Fancy Decorated Lamps with
best center draft burner, large
l0-incn gioba, a gn at bargain,
really Worth-$3.uo, 9H
Croquet set, all complete in a
good, strong Imjx, 50c, regular
Fine Crystal Glass:', pint Jugs,
values 25c. one to a customer.
Screen Doors. nice, clean
Southern Pine, best black
Screen wire all complete with
hinges, screws, latch and
nob or handle, for balance i f
Lawn Rake, made of the best
steel wire. 24 teeth. i:.-na 1 ly
5t)c. for o days,
Window Screens, best hard
wood frames, black wire, 24
Inches high and 1-2 inches
wide. 21c, yes. for
Pour sewed Corn Broom, nice,
easy sweeper, y I
4 -quart Galvanized Sprinkling
Cans. El rung and K
stout, ea h J'
Best German Willow Clothes
Baskets, nice and smooth,
hire. for X ,
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Wt; Will KJ 1 Up O. l 1131 Viaas onnti y
Friday, J vine 3. at 1621 Third Avenue.
FLOCK ISLAND BAKER.Y
Sjogren . Johnson, Proprietors.
Fresh Bread, Fancy Cakes, and Pastry ( all kind-. Short orders
Will be taken at any time and delivered to any part f the city
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Kzccptlonml Opportunity Now Heine Of
fered at J. H. C- Petersen' Sons',
In order to reduce our stock of :
oriental rng. or we might say . to sell .
out our present stoek of these goods,!
we shall place the entire collection on 1
sale Till mts J morning.
To late buyers this is an exceptional
opportunity, as we shall offer our com
plete stock f oriental rues at a dis
count of 12 '..per cent from our al
ready low prices.
J. H. C. PETERSEN'S SONS.
Am Open Letter.
Fr: n the Chapin. S. C. News: Early
in the spring' my wife and I were tak
en with diarrhoea and so severe were
the pains that we called a physician
who prescribed for us. but his medi
cines failed to give any relief. A friend
who had a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea llemedy
on hand gave each of us a dose and
we at once felt the effects. I pro
cured a bottle, and before using the
entire contents we were entirely cur
ed. It i a wonderful remedy and
should be found in every household.
H. C. Bailey, editor. This remedy is
for sale by all druggists.
ALBERT PETERSEN'S BAND
WATCH TOWER. First Concert Tuesday Evening, May 31, and every
SCHUETZEN PARK First Concert Thursday Evening, May 26; Second
Concert Thursday, June and every Thursday evening thereafter.
Dancing After Concert Till Midnight.
Coupon Books. 12 Tickets - - - $2 50
Single Admission ----- 25o
Bo K 'Phones 408.
HENRY SONNTAG, Jr., Manager.
ircade Cfrfar Store
JOHN P. SEXTON,
Harper House Block.
R-ock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The
bowl can be lifted out and the pipe cleaned while lighted. Stem can
not clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your
nerves or burn your tongue. Made of French briar. You get only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when u&ing thiB pipe.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
"Rhymes of Robert Rexdale"
At All BooK. Stores