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THJfc ABGU8, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1904.
Showers and probably thun
derstorms tonight and Sat
urday; cooler Saturday.
J. M. SHEKIER,
Temperature at 7 a. m., 68;
at 2:30 p. m., 84.
each. Connections made free. Peo
ple Power rfflBflli'
Waliine & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old "phone 1070, new 5884.
Fr tin and furnace work, see II. T.
aiemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 233.
Cleaning1, pressing, repairing. New
j Panltorium club, 1009 Second avenue.
Boys' and children's 50-cent straw
hats 23 cents at Sommers Ac LaYelle's.
The best clothing in the city for the
money shown at Gustafaon Ac Hayes.
Dr. William II. Carl, 'it nti.-t, corner I uual picnic, at
June 19 to 2, inclusive.
Panamas at Lloyd's.
Call for the new Kinship.
"Snowball-" at Wilchera.
For Insurance. K. J. Hums,
liuy a home of Keidy liros.
Spring chickens at Schroedcr's.
Choice berries at Kuschmnun'..
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Buy your kboes a1 Lage-Watera.
Bay your shoe- at Lage-Watera.
Boy your shoes at Lage-Waters.
Bay your slue- si Lage-Waters.
Buy your shoea al La ge-Waters.
Try a pair of Adsms1 tan oxfords.
'J in and furnace work at ilcher'.-.
For bus, baggage, express, call Boob's.
Spencer & Trefz for bus or express.
Fancy strawberries ;it Passig Bros.
For real estate and insurance, B. J.
straw hats the beat assortment at
Choice spring Is nib at Bchroeder's
F-r a nobby pair of ladles' nxfonls
For Saturday Adams will sell all $.
thoes for $3.64.
for a pair of ladies' blucher ax
fords at Adsms'.
Before buying your tan shoes and
oxfords sec Adams.
Fanciest berries to ! obtained,
ph niy at Kuschmann's.
See Loge-Water' lis( of world's fair
contestants on thi- page.
See Lage-Waters' I t of world"- f;iii
contestants on this lj .
See Lage-Watrs" li-t of world's fair
contestants on this page.
See Lage-Waters' li-t "f world's fail
contestants on this page.
See Lage-Waters' !i-t of world's fair
contestants on this page.
See Lage-Waters' lit of world's fair
contestant on this page.
$3.95 for a pair of men's fan bluch
er style shoes at Adams.
Children's 25-cen lisle hose l" cent
;i pair Saturday at MeCabe's.
Ice cream and ice cream soda al
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
Have you ordered your gas store
See the People's Power company.
Ladies' and misses' untrimroed hats
4 cents each Saturday al MeCabe's.
Double oven four-hole gas stoves $1."
Fwenty-third street and Fifth avenue
25-eeat men's suspenders for Satur
day only 15 cents at Sommers v La
Schindier's meal market for all
kit;'!- of choice fresh and smked
50-cent men's suspenders for Sat
urday only ' cent.- at Sommers &" La--:.
Ioi,t fail to take advantage of cut
prices on men's r-uits at $12. Sommers
Save money on men's suits by se
lecting one of those at $12. Sommers
Ac La Ye He.
Order your berries and vegetables
at Kusctunann's. Niee assortment to
Short corsets, -.itin bound, ribbon
how (one da 3 Saturday, ''' cents each
Men'- oxfords $1.9V. children's
teimi- oxfords 33 cents all da Satur
day at MeCabe's.
All Savors delicious soda 1 cent per
glass all Saturday forenoon till 12
o'clock at MeCabe's.
In the police court this morning
.lame- Dowling was fined $25 and Rob
ert Scott 92 for drunkenness.
Fine chocolate creams, per pound.
10 cents, fresh salted peanuts 10 cents
a pound Saturday at MeCabe's.
Good housekeepers use the best.
That's why they buy lCed Cross Ball
Blue. At leading grocers. 5 cents.
Don't spoil your elothes. I'se Red
Cross Ball Blue and keep them whits
us snow. All grocers. S cents a jiack
ge. Sheriff W. 6. Hcider left this morn
ing for Pontine with Albert Ka sen
berg, the Moline boy convicted f lar
ceny. The cheapest ami best single har
ness, whips and riding Baddies in th
city at Hilfinger's shop, 1506 Second
Iar-;iir will have their tisnal com
plete display of fresh fruits and vege
tables tomorrow. Order your Sundaj
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
' and residence to Twentieth
,. -t He will ! pleased to prompt
v attend calls day or night. Botl
There's value, there's quality, there'i
ityle. there's reliability, and there
incomparable tit. too, in the (. A- II
special suits. This make sold nl l
Sustafson V lla es.
A flower with every whine Saturday
and Sunday at 1605 Second avenue.
First class shining parlors, billiards,
pool and cigars of all kinds. Shine
only 5 cents. Call and give us a trial.
Teros & Coliopulos, proprietors.
Tomorrow evening if the weather
is favorable Prof. Shank will give a
moving picture exhibition on Fast
Seventeenth street, between First and
Second avenues. See it. You may
pain some valuable pointers and have
a few laughs.
The Sunday schools of Trinity
Church and chapel will have the an-
atch Tower next
fare of the pu-
for them. Members
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF CONTESTANTS IN THE
Lge-Waters Shoe Co. s School Children's wJrT Contest
pils will be pi.
of the parish and chapel e ngrega
tious are invited to attend.
Monday, the 0th da of June, at the
hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at
the storeroom recently occupied bj
K. W. Brookman, bankrupt, at 321
Twentieth street, in this city, the
stock of merchandise belonging to
said bankrupt, consisting of jewelry,
toys, dishes, books, tables, chairs, etc..
will be sold at public sale to the higbr
e-t hidder for cash. The stock will
be offered as a whole and in lots.
James F. Murphy, trustes.
The executive committee of the
Rock Island High School Alumni asso
ciation wishes to announce that at the
annual reunion of the association,
which will be held at the high school
building Saturday evening, the play,
'Ye Folks of Spotless Town." will !
given, and every alumnus will be
changed 50 cuts at the door. Every
alumnus is entitled to bring one friend
free, and every additional friend will
le charged 60 cents each. Alumni are
requested to wear their class nutner-
MRS. FISXE IN GREAT WRATE
Aetreaa Kn-t- t lie l acullv r Hie Michi
gan l uivenoty for Lack of lni-
Ann Arbor, Micb., June 3. "I tun
distrusted with the faculty of the Ural
versity of Michigan. They cannot ap
preciate high-class drama. If this bad
been tho 'I'itl from Maxim's' or s: riiits
such production it would have been
different.'' Mrs. Flake flew into n hijrh
rage because the attendance at her pro
duction of Ibsen's "Hcdda Gablar" was
slim, and thus she scored the univer
During the performance she ordered
the curtain rungdown until those in fhe
gallery should reascmunching peanuts.
She VOWS she never will return here,
ffniiutiicut t- ji Hautrr'i Skill.
... stone monument weighing fifty
tons is being raised in the Schorflelde,
near Zeudenick. Germany, on the spot
where the emperor stood when be kill
ed his one thousandth stag The stone
bears the inscription: "Our most illus
trious margrave and lord. Emperor
William II.. stood here on Sept. 2.
Anno Domini, 1808, when slaying his
on? thousandth staj,' of twenty tines."
For siek headache take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick are is certain. For sale by
GEXBVIETYB GOBMAN, Sisters' Acad-
IYY HI RT,City.
FLORENCE M. BAILEY, School Kem-
1!-. Rock Islaad.
A I.YI N T)H K. SchoO Kemble. Bock
HAZEL WILLEY, School No. 13, Davenport.
SAM SAMPLE, School No. 2. Daven
port. EDITH PETERSEN, School Washinjj-
WILLIE SCHOFER, School (Jrant. Mo-
1 E J SCHAUM, Hawthorne.City.
RUTH ANDREWS, School Irving.
ALBERT BENSON, Tenth Street.
Remember we have just started this contest and each
week the standing of each contestant will be published in this
paper as above. Start your son or danghter. They may win out.
close until Aug. 15. Understand we pay all expenses for the trip for
sister or brother and the child of 12 years of age or under.
m m PI W 9
Bviy Your Shoes At 15he Store Where f36e? DollaLr Does Its Duty.
1703 Second Avenne. 11 Cars Stop in Front of Our Door.
ROCK ISLAND FAILS
TO SECURE BRANCH
Ies Moines At Fort Dodge to Merge
With Some other tuine
St. Louis Service.
The annual meeting of the Dcs
Moines & Fori Dodge railroad was
held :it l)e Moines yesterday. Partic
ular interest attached to it. for it vtas
expected thai the developments would
show th;it the road would continue
under the control of the Rock Island.
The unexpected announcement was
made, however, that the line Jan. 1
will sever its connection with the Rock
Island and ic merged with some other
road, the name of w hich w:is not given
out. It i- supposed the r. ad referred
to is the Minneapolis & St. Louis.
The announcement some time ago
that the Rock Island had formed an
alliance with the Alton for the run
ning of trains oxer thai company's
line to St. iouis beginning June 1 wits
erroneous, at least a to date. The
tracks of the St. Louis, Keokuk &
Northwestern, a branch of the Bur
lington, arc still being used. It is sup
posed, however, that the arrangement
with the Alton will go into effect Julj
I, when a new time card on the Bock
Island is expected, giving serv
ice from the north through Rock
Island to' St. Louis. It i reported in
some quarters that the new through
service will take in Moline and thai
trains to Peoria will after July l back
to that city instead of starting here
The dispatcher's office of the Rock
Island at Minneapolis has been aban
doned situl the dispatchers removed to
Another attempt to sell the Musca
tine North A South, which has beet
such a drug on the market in the past,
has been advertised for June 7. There
is now a report that the sale will
again be postponed on this date. Par
ties have been over the road recently
and they desire more time for a fur
ther inspection. It i understood thej
contemplate building on to Burling
ton if they purchase. The price now
set i $45,000 in cash and the assump
tion of the debts of the road.
Specials fur Saturday.
Men's $': oxfords, $1.98.
Children's tennis oxfords, '.''.
Children's 85c lisle hose. 10c.
Latlies and misses' hats. 4c.
Pine chocolate creams, per ll.
Fresh salted peanuts. 10c.
White hemstitched handkerchief s, te.
Short corsets, satin bound, with
ribbon bow (one day), 39c.
Delicious soda, all flavors, Saturday
till 12 o'clock noon, per glass, Ic,
Fine '.ic pillow casing, 54 c.
7c saline finish prints, t' .c.
!2c white goods, all day, "'C.
$1.50 23In. napkins, dozen, $1.
Oak book shelves, 45c.
Floor rugs, 15x27 inches, 25c.
$l7." Axminster ru-r. fi.7.".
M usic in t he evening.
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Store New for Satarday.
Saturday we will sell "Box by Never
Tear" silk shirts and waists, all at
one price, $:t.us; formerly sold up to
$1. Sec window.
Saturday we will place on sale n.-
dozen ladies' shirt waists, a fine, as
sorted line, worth tip to $2, this day
only '.'Sc. See window display.
Ladies" white hemstitched turn-ver
cuffs and collar sets. Saturday, per
Width M and !'( fancy ribbon-, flor
al and stripea, lig assortment, per
Remnants of fine brown 40 in. wide
muslin, Saturday's price per yard, 6c.
J per cent discount on pocket books
L'5e per . perfume, assorted odors,
for 13c ii. Satnrday. Bring your bot
tles. Dr. Graves1 tooth powder, regular
25c value for l.'c a bottle Saturday.
36-in. French voile, all wool. Satur
day's special, per yd., :;'.'.
Ladies' fine ribbed umbrella draw
ers, lace trimmed. Saturday. :.'.".
Curtain Swiss, short lengths, regu
lar l"c yd. values, Saturday for 7c yd.
Cilt wall paper per it II Saturday 6c.
si.'ii sewing tallies. Saturday's price
." dip hip summer corsets, new
style Saturday 39e.
We have a greal fine of street hats
from $1 and up.
Men's halbriggan underwear, spe
Men's fancy half hose, tl."c and 35c
grade, to close, I9c, or 3 for 60c.
Men's negligee shirts, with collars,
all sizes. :ic.
26-in. steel rod umbrellas for Sat
urday only. 20c.
50 ladies' silk parasols, with fancj
borders, sold up to $4. special $1.tS.
COL. C. L. WALKER BUYS THE
D. T. ROBINSON RE8IDENCE
The residence of I). T. Robinson, on
Twentieth street and Seventh avenue,
has been purchased by Col. C. L. W alk
er. The price paid was $15,000. There
i a frontage of lv- feet on Twentieth
and it is 160 feel deep. Col. Walker
intends moving his family there. Mr.
Robinson and hi- wife will reside in
The Porter Skinner heirs have sold
to J. i. I nej i feet of the Star
block on Second avenue, embracing
ilm store rooms presently occupied bv
Schindier's meat market and Joe
Parker's saloon. The price paid was
$l7.utii. Both sale- were made through
the agency of Reidy Mms.
Wan WitHtliiK Away.
he following letter from Robert
Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instruc
"I have been troubled with kid
disease for the last .I vears. I lost
h ami never fell well and doctor
wit h leading physicians and tried
remedies suggested without relief,
ally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
than two bottles completely cured
and I am now sound and well." All
Att Our Wash Goods
Will Stand XOater or
We 7 Stand the Loss.
'Boy's ash Suit.
From 25 c
CUTE STYLES IN WASH SUITS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
There is nothing more comfortable, neat or or cleaner for a child than a Wash Sviit. Here is a fair
representation of the many new styles we are showing for boys. Among them the popvila-r Bus
ter Brown, Rvissian Blovise and Sailor styles made in a great variety of fabrics and do not cost much.
The price for boys' suits range from 25c to $4.00.
In eiddition to the beautiful line of Boys Wash Suits we are showing some very clever styles in the Regatta
Jack Tar Dresses for Girls. These suits are a very fine make and perfect fitting, thp style is absolutely
correct, and the cost considerably less than mothers can have them made, sizes to fit girts from 4 to 14 years.
Another line in which we have made quite a "hit" is our line of Mankind" Shirts for Ladies strictly
new and possess merit. We invite inspection of these late novelties in ladies wearables.