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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1001.
ARSENAL MEN AID
Aaitociatioii lit.litrH in Sick and
lfath Benefit During the Vear
Amnn; Meinticra ji'J.OlK.l-l.
ORGANIZATION . IS MUTUAL
Six Hundred Names on the Roll Fred
Schroeder is Elected
At t ho eighth :iu n;::il mooting ot
the Rook i.-dai.d Arsenal Employes'
A i i association, a mutual organization
e oinio-(l of i ho mo?i who work at the
govenniM ii' atx-i.al shops, it was re
ported then- wen: do members in
;ool standing the Nisi of .Inly. Our
i ii :1k- year t: n- were admitted I'.''.'
new members, I'M had ht en 1 rtip-l .
;mh1 21', n llj.-iat I. The a:..oi;ul in the
treasury July 1. II"::. was SJL'h.no.
The rolled ions fur !!: y ar were
Jl.'.M 1.25, and th disbursements
$1."'... leaving a balance in the
treasury at tlx- present time tt" ;i2o!io.
Tin- object of the association is to aid
i mos- of iis members vvho are sick or
risablod ami contribute to t!io burial
xpeuses in tlx- ca.se of death. Buring
j in- y ar d::;:'ir :n nts wore made as
I'iil.l In llriilli HrncfllK.
Kail l.aw!ic;nl, $25; John Thornton.
$J.r.: Cc-jre i' iry, Hmil V.'nlf.
Waller OUo, $:.'.".; A. r;i!irnr.
John Ft. hi;:. .": '.e.-ge Me.Mil
$2": John Hutcliitis. $25.
I'ni.l in sick lt.-:i-li I .
John it nt. $': An-, lb-den. $;.;
John Ilutohins. $:::: x-oi.- Shunk.
$;;:; An;-. Prigni'z. W. A. Young.
E. L. Raff. $ 1 1 .-" : I- A. Sullivan.
SM.r. i; Nii-ls Nelson. $lo..V; Hans
Sohaal. $:.:: A. i'.. othim-r. $.7.5o; V.
Ji. Caii!. ;.. T.; H. i:. W. Boetteher.
BURGLAR.S BR.EAK IN
FIFTH AVENUE STORE
in: ri:i: vn i rri.or
III I N AM SMl.
Cutliii'4 out the pan. 1 in the hack
door ihi.-v-s last nij;!ii -ntereil the gro
cery stole of C.ol-e A. McDonald.
2n01 Fifth avenue, and stole a oM
v.-sitch and chain l.elo:.iiK4 to the
l.ropi i loi and some small oh:ns;e
whieh was in I he open cash register.
Tin- lllefl oeriiri'-il between 12 and
1 o'clock. Til" movements of the bur
glars were heard by tlx" family of-f.
L. Whe. lan. who lives over the stoic,
lie fore the police could be informed
of the beiKlar's presence, however, the
i l-nrnraf t -
15 PER. CENT DISCOUNT
Including our Entire Stock. Com
mencing Aug. 2 and to Continue
for Three Weeks. We do this to
deduce our stock before our FaJl
Stock Arrives. Note the Saving:
Men's Best Patent Colt and Kid.
regular pr;ce $4 15
per cent net
Men's Patent Co!t. Vici Kid and
Tan'-Gxfcrd. regular C5i
15 per cent net. . -O
Men's znd Ladies Lest 13 Shoes,
in all leathers. 15 C C
per cent net
S Be Sure and Attend This CreoLt
Morxey-Saving Sale, and Invite
8 Yovir Friends to Come
g Remember the Plrace :
1 Finne's Shoe Store 1
8 Five Ooors Evst of
C. E..ScLooley. $31.30; F. Gere
bren.sky. $::.75: J. E. Nolan. $30; M.
Pfiffner. $29.25: Harry Lewis, $2;.f;
Floid Dean, $2.j.ou; Frank
$24.73; Kd. Bealer. $24.73;
Johnston. $22. 5o; K. Senn.
Thomas Martin. $2.25; Joe
$2-.25; William Eggers. $l't.5u; O. W.
Hawkins. $iy.5w; Elruer S. Reed,
$l!5o; C. Baunigartner, $lv75; Wil
liam Slooklleth, Sl.75; J. (!. Bear,
$1S; A. Fahrner. $17.25; S. Latzer.
$lC.5u; William McKnight. $lC.5o;
Charles Hartig. $lt;.5u; J. W. Free
land. $15.75; J. P. Ryan. $14.25: N. C.
Oi.-on. $14.23; P te Lorentzen, $14.25;
Emil Wulf, $i:;.3D: John Ogdri.
$12.73; H. La so. $12.75; Ii. V. Winsor.
$12; George Perry. $12; John Thorn
ton, $11.25; B..rt Wicklas. 510.50; A.
B. Baker. $10.30; Charles Mark us.
$!0.5i; John Kuehn. $10.50; X. E.
Dick. $lo.5o; Cus Von dur Hyrle.
$li.."i; William Josse. $10.50; Thomas
Harrington. flb.5o; Ed Saxton. $!;
C. J. Toynboe, $y; C. Nelson, $S.23;
U. P. M. Crili y. $.2".; Louis Ctilp.
$s.25; William Tuefi 1. $0.75; Olf Nel
son. $tj.75; Cliarhs Schmidt. $ii.75;
Louis Hien. $0.75; Thomas Stroehle.
$0.72; H. Wiikins. $0.75: Theodore
Ryoache. $':.73: D. N. Todd. $5.25;
Warren Conklin. $5.25; li. W. Wilson.
$5.25; Jessie Miller. $5.25; C. And' r
son. $5.25: W. .1. Stephenson, $5.25;
William Cornelius. $5.25: Eric Nelson.
$3.25 John Shehan. $5.25; Max Lei. li
ke. $5.25: N. II. I'.arnes. $5.25: H.
('arhiuis; . $5.25; Joseph Nebrick.
$4.5u; Clans Voirt. $1.5'i; William
HensonberK. $.5); E. P. Rousi. $:'..75;
E.I Seif-rf. $!.75: W. T. Miller. $:;.75;
John Camhlo. $::.75; Charles Talbot,
$::.75: John Schlichtin. $:5.75; Ed
Hamiinr. $::.75: S. P. lieatty, $:!.75;
V M. S( lh rs. $ !; E. V. Ftilmer. $2.25;
W. T. Cochran. $2.25; Mike Daly.
C. Hammond. $2.25; .1. C.
$2.25; Dr. 1!. H. Schmidt. $2;
$!.5; W. I'. P.arnt-s.
Craham. $1.5n; W. T.
W. T. Rowers. $1.5'i;
$1.5: F. A
$1.5: Cos Srhluensz.
I5.-nnttt. $1.5"; William
Hastings. $!.".": J. 15. Purr. $1.5n;
Adam Hoffman. $1.50; Martin Oakes,
it ir . M'i i.i's i;iioii:it
K :l.i: W A'K Il AMI
.1. n m:i: takmn.
men l ad n:ad.- ih.-ir escapi.', they hav
ing Ik anl footHeps upstairs, it is
The job undoubtedly was done
ipiickly, as quire a ni;niLer of people
had passed I be store a short lime be
fore. Lyins in hiding in the alley,
it is thought the burglars wailed for
ilu- desertion of the streets in that
neighborhood when they cut the panel
from the door and entered.
Ti e watch and chain were very val
uable. The police were notified of the
robb. ry. but as- yet there is no clew.
Mr.s and Ladies 2.50 t'-.ccz. 15
per cent discount,
Men's and Ladies' $2 Shoes. 15
per cent discount,
THE SAME FIFTEEN PER
CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL
BOYS'. GIRLS AND CHIL
the Illinois Thea.tre.
75e; Ernil Schniitten, 75c; W. E. Al
len, 75c; A. H. Abrehanson, 75c.
Hl-erx Arf Elated.
The ofScers of the association were
re-elected for the year. They are:
President Fred Schroeder.
Vice president C. C. Wilson.
Secretary G. D. Gillette.
Treasurer C. M. Frederichsen.
Cenerallr talr tonight anJ d-di-mi1ii;
J. M. SHERIKR,
Tempernture at 7 n. in- 61; at
2:.-4 p. in.. 7H.
Shoe sale at Dolly Br js
Call for the new Kinship.
"Snowballs" at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
See ?"inne's ad on this page.
See Finne's ad on this page.
See Finne's ad on this prge.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Notice the change in Finne's ad.
Tin and furnace work at Wilcher's.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Lage-Waters Shoe company for
Petersen's appears in concert at the
Watch Tower this evening.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1:514 Third avenue.
Look neat. Join the new panitor
ium club. 1'JuU Second avenue.
Ladies' oxfords, best made at $1.!l5,
at Lage Waters Shoe company's.
Iet your summer shoes of Iige-Waters
Shoe company and save money.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
r.ransfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 58S4.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Sieinon, 1520 Fourth avenue, union 2S3.
For first -class work try the Parker
Laundry company, K112 Third avenue.
Lage Waters Shoe company. 1703
Second avenue, for bargains in shoes.
(Set a pair of shoes at Finn-j'.s. on
Second avenue; 15 per cent discount.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. B.
11. ISieber, 514 Twenty-third street,
All the b. st kind of men's oxfords
selling at $2.N5 at Lage-Waters Shoe
All $::.." patent leather and tan ox
fords for men going at $2.S5 at Lage-1
Waters' Shoe company.
Learn ball room dancing at Gra
ham's school. Third and Gaines street,
Davenport. Old 'phone 57.
The Parker Laundry company does
both domestic finish and medium gloss.
Try us. Li 12 Third avenue.
Fifteen per cent discount on our en
tire shoe stock for three weeks, at
Finne's, Kilo Second avenue.
W. II. Sieinon has opened up a shop
in the rear of 1427 Sixth avenue,
where he is prepared to all kinds of
tin and repair work promptly.
An unused bicycle is a cumbersome
thing in cellar or garret. If you no
longer ride, make a bargain offer ot
your wheel through Argus For Sale,
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
fice and residence to 41 P Twentieth
street. He will be pleased to promptly
attend calls day or night. Both
loosing your job is not so serious
unless you lose your "grip" at the
same time, iiy advertising you may
have a belter place before your
friends know that you have left the
.John Bewley pulled a razor on
Charles Foster in a saloon quarrel
last evening, hut there was no cutting
done. I Jew ley was arrested and he is
under bond of $50 to keep the peace
for 30 days.
Sparks from a chimney at the resi
dence of ('. K. Mixter. 754 Twenty
third ttnt. M-t fire to the roof this
morning. Tie flames were extin
guished with chemicals. Only slight
damage was done.
Ella and Sa lie Borell were sur
prised last evening on the occasion
f their ISth birthday by a party of
friends at their home, on Second
street. The evening was spi ni at
games. Music was furnished by (Sutz-
willer brothers and refreshments were
Free round trip street car ridest
will be given to every customer buy
ing ru cents worth or mere during
last week of our special sale of over
loo kinds of patent and chronic dis
ease medicines. Buy one and receive
another free at the Pru-ri-ta store, 1913
Second avenue, Rock Island.
There was a large number of par
ishioners and other friends in attend
ance at the reception at the parsonage
of the First Methodist church last
evening to say farewell to R. C. Rick
er. who left on a late train for San
Francisco, where he sits sail for China
to enter the missionary field. His
journey is 10,oo0 miles.
The concluding match in the tri
city billiard tourney is to take place
this evening at the Central parlors
on Second avenue. The match will be
Kis at S:15. Weston and Rose of this
city will meet Gieseman and Owens
of Moline. Each team has won a
game. After this match an individual
tournament op. n to the players of the
tri-cities is to be arranged.
The Camp Devils gave the first of a
series of dances last night at the
Astonishing Prices You'll Ssvy
When You See the
Mill Ends 15c Wash Goods Fabrics.
You'll pick up quickly j-
i at the price, yard O
Miil Ends 25c and 29c Net Voile
Wash Goods, assorted 1Pr
colors, sale price, yard IOl
Wash Goods, in Lawns. Dimities,
a Swisses, etc.. regular price 25c, 20
and 15c. "Mill End
Embroideries. Insertions and Lases
Very Cheap for This SaJe.
Hundreds of yards of Embroidery,
Medallions, Edges. Flounces and
i insertions in Nainsooks. Swisses
and Batistes, sold up to 75c
Mill End sale price
A lot of Swisses. Nainsook and Ba-
tiste Embroideries, white linen col
S lars, also embroidered medallions,
worth up to !Sc, Mill A A n
If End sale price
$1.3: all over Embroideries, Mill
End sale qj
jS price U b
Suits of Homespuns and Cheviots
in Etons, nicely trimmed, worth up
3 to $10, "Mill End" n qp
Sale price 0j0
Seven gored Suits, braid trimmed.
colors brown, blue and black, worth
up to $15. "Mill -j r-Q
End" sale 1.00
Some of the best Suits in the de
partment that were worth $19.50,
we have prived at the
low sale price ,
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0& jjr H4jr Hk Mir mi Hir Xi' ir i 4iir iiy u1 Hir 'ilf vi lwir Hir X Hi X li Hiy Hiv HI aV Sir Hi 'tir -vi? Hr r Htr XV xv tr xtv -Mr mr tar .h
WORRY OVER LOSS OF
MONEY CAUSES DEATH
(IlltlS IIIUSI KSKV, WIIOSK SAVIMiS
Ol' Till: MOI.I.VK HI II. l)I(i V
Worry over the loss of $2,000 that
he had on deinisit with the Moline
Building, Loan & Savings association,
for the wrecking of which J. W. Warr
si anils convicted, is said by his family
to have caused the death of Chris
Christesen. whicli occurred at 12:05
this morning at the horro of his moth
er. Mrs. Carrie Christesen, with whom
he resided, at 0u3 Forty-fourth street.
Typhoid fever was the direct cause,
but he would have been able to have;
resisted the disease, it is stated, had
he not been so weakened physically
Watch Tower with a large crowd pres
ent. Music was furnished by Cole
man's orchestra. The committee of
1 he dancing club is composed of the
following: H. Lambert, R. Zeigler. C.
Buyer, J. Hansen. H. Coleman. R. Eck
erman and J. Broderick.
F. A. Riddell. who has succeeded
M. J. Young as local freight agent in
Rock Island for the Burlington road,
assumed his duties here today, having
arrived last night from Princeton. 111.,
where he was agent for the company.
Mr. Young, who has been promoted to
the position of commercial agent for
the Burlington in Davenport bejjan his
duties today in the latter city.
Ruth Shannon, of 1814 Fourth ave
nue, was hostess at a party in honor
of her loth birthday anniversary yes
terday afternoon. Maureen Englin as
sisted in entertaining the guests with
a number of instrumental and vocal
selections. At 4 refreshments were
served. The following were present:
Ruth Shannon. Maureen Englin, Edna
Miller, Bessie Freamer. Beatrice Brad
ley, Lillian Wilson. Sidney Pearson,
A 1 vina Pearson, Frances Pearson.
On the occasion of the visit of the
Liberty bell to Rock Island some
weeks ago friends of Mrs. Elizabeth
Bergin. of this city, who were with
the Philadelphia party, took some
photographs of Rock Island children
gathered about the car while It was
standing at the Milwaukee depot.
.Mrs. Bergin has received the pictures,
including hr own and other children.
She does not know the latter, and the
parents or others who were in charge
of the children on that day may have
them by calling at The Argus office
where the photographs have been left.
One of the pictures is of a child in the
arms of the mayor of Philadelphia.
The other is of two little girls.
At Bhe BIG BOSTON Store, DaLveivport.
"MILL ENDS" ARE THE LENGTHS CUT AT THE MILLS WHEN THE WHOLE BOLTS ARE MADE
UP; ALSO PIECES CUT FROM GOODS WHEN BEING WOVEN IN CASE THE SHUTTLE CATCHES
OR A THREAD IS DROPPED. THEN, TOO, THERE ARE ODD PIECES LEFT AT THE END OF THE
SEASON. THESE LOTS GO AS "MILL ENDS." MANUFACTURERS OF HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
HANDKERCHIEFS, LACE CURTAINS, ETC., HAVE THEIR "MILL ENDS" ALSO, AND RIGHT NOW AT
THE END OF THE SEASON IS WHEN THEY WILL CLOSE THEM OUT FOR A SO N G. WE HAVE
BOUGHT THOUSANDS OF THESE ENDS AT ABOUT HALF THE PRICES BOLT GOODS WOULD COST,
AND WILL ADD ABOUT $25,000 WORTH OF OUR OWN STOCK AT "MILL END" SALE PRICES.
Many pieces containing full dress
10c Dress Ginghams, stripes, checks
and plaids, assorted colors, C
half price, yard OC
Flannelettes, worth 5c, assorted
colors, pin checks and stripes, also
the wider stripes and plaids, "Mill
End" sale price. J2
Regular $1 and $1.50 Laces, priced
for the Mill End sale
Children's Embroidered Floune
ings. 57e. SSe and $1.33; worth one
CHILDREN'S WHIT EAPRONS
"Mill End" Sale Prices
Nice white Aprons, good quality
material, worth up to 43c,
"Mill Hud" sale price
Others worth up to (5c
"Mill End" sale price . . . .
HIS A IM'K A It l'.I IN Till'. It l-J K 1 Mi
LOAN ASSOCIATION, I) IKS
at his iiomi:.
through brooding over his financial
loss. He had never been the same
man since he learned that his savings
had disappeared with those of so many
other people in this city an 1 Moline as
a result of the embezzlement by the
secretary of the asi.-..ii:on.
Christesen was y-ars of a.e. He
was a native t Sfw.w. ui oai:1" to
this country wit 1 he; pareat.-s wump a
child. Besides his mother, he leaves a.
sister and two broiheis. The funeral
will be held fro. a Grace English Luth
eran church tomon-o.v al'tern en at 3
A GREAT "MILL END" SALE
Opens Tomorrow at The "Big Boston,'
Tomorrow opens at great "mill end"
sale at the "Big Boston" store. Dav
enport. You all know what it moans
when the "Big Boston" has a special
sale; it means, new things to be seen,
special bargains to be had. an oppor
tunity to save not to be despised. Not
only have we thousands of "mill
ends" for your inspection, but we have
marked about $25. 000 worth of mer
chandise from our regular stock at
"mill end" sale prices, so, you can see
what grand opportunities you have to
secure excellent specials at savings
that cannot help but please. Cost has
been entirely forgotten in many ot
these offerings, and it will be to your
own advantage to attend this sale
and buy while the prices are so very
low. See display ad in this issue;
read the story of potent prices and
thfen come; come every day while the
sale lasts for not a single hour will
be without its money-saving chances.
PARKER WILL VISIT THE FAIR
Candidate for President Plans to Go
To St. Louis.
St. Iiouls. Aug. 2. Information has
been received at the New York world's
fair state buildings that Judge and
Mrs. Alton B. Parker have accepted
the Invitation of National Committee
man Norman E. Mack to be his- guests
on New York day, Oct. 4.
Lived in Kewanee.
Julius Kent, who killed his wife and
h:mself at Kansas City Saturday W3S
a resident of Kc-wam-e many years.
THREE SPECIALS OF "MILL
ENDS" YOU SHOULD
Mill Ends of Fine Tennis Flannels
in lengths from 10 to 20 yards, all
new goods, and sell regularly for
10c. Mill End Q
Mill Ends 10c and 12c India Li li
ons, sheer and pretty; think of
it, only. -9
Mill Ends 9 4. 10-4 and S-4 wide
bleached and unbleached Sheeting,
worth up to 30c yard. Mill End
price, yard. 17o
only I I -iC
At Mill End Sale Prices
Doesn't take much money to sup
ply the little people with head gear
25c Mull Caps, jr.
reduced to IOU
50c Mull Caps, Oti
reduced to fcUC
f.5c Mull Caps, QQ
reduced to OuC
75c Mull Caps, Cflr
reduced to OUC
$1 Mull Caps, cq
reduced to 05C
Try Our Quick Mail Order
I'liicatfo. Aug-. 2. Following are the
opening, lowliest, lowest and closing:
quotations in today's markets:
Sipl.-intier, H2, Hl. -"8. !4'8.
I ii-i't-m hi r.
m;. 93 4
"September. ".Hi. .I.H,
I i-eeri)ler. 47 ', 4!i '4
, r.i. r.3'-.
4 S .
33 Vi. 34 'i. 33-1.
I .-eem Uer,
3 4 3...
i. 351,4, 37 14.
September. 12. ST. 12.90. 12. SO. 12.S7.
Oetober. 12.97. 12.97. 12. ST.. 12.9k.
September. 97. ;.9T. (T.90. fi 92.
October. 7.02. 7. "2. ;.9 7. 7.o.
September. 7.02. 7. ;.".. 7.T.7. 7.02.
O. tober. 7. Co. 7.07. 7.02. 7.07.
Keeeipts t .!. y : Wheat 214. orn 239,
oats 2X9. lioKM 10.000, cattle 3.01)0. sheep
Kstimateil r. ((. Ik Wednesday: Wheat
S2. corn 124. oats S2. hut's l s.oiiO.
lltK market opened weak, r.c to 1 in
lower, l.ijjlit 1 y (ii ."..".0. mixed ami
butchers fi.iMi'i ."..Tin. i;imm1 heavy 4.."'''i
.".4.".. n.imii heavy 4. s." 'i
t'attle market opened slow and weak.
Sheep market opened steady.
lions at Omaha :..oon. cattle 10,000.
Hoi; at Kansas City ll.ono. rattle 10,-
t". S. Yards. K:lo u. m. Moif market
slow and weak. Uiiht ".. 1 o rn .",..'.0. mix
ed and Lutein rs r..0i"ii r.4". kiuhJ heavy
4. v". ii ."..o;. rouh heavy 4. sr. (it "..of..
"attle market dull and weak. Heevex
3.S.. 'n 0. 40. cows and heifers 1 ..r.O 'u 4. 1 0.
Texas steers 2.40'i 4.7."..
Sh- p market steady.
HiK market closed slow. Liffbt T..10
(it .r...'.o. pmil heavy 4 S.", Ii ."..4.'., mixed
and butchers ."..ooi ",.4.".. ioiikIi heavy
4. sr. 'n ." nr..
Cattle market closed dull ntid weak.
Seep market closed I' or koo.I steady,
vr York Slock.
N'. w York. Auk. 2. SiiKar 12.S4. Gas
I'm---,. C It. I. Ar I'. 22. Southern I'n -
;iic lie'. . Air O. S 1 4 . Atchison com
mon 77-rrn. Atchison piefened 90:S,.
M. At St. I'. 140. Manhattan 1 :",. Ca
per .". 1". W. I". T.-l. Co. SHVi,. N. Y. Cen
tral ll.'-j. I.. A N. U4'4. C. K- A. 40.
Iteadi.'c- "cornrrion 7,2. Canadian i'aciiir
12".. H. it. T. .",1. I'. S. St.-.l pref -:-
red . I
S Steel common
Missouri l'a.-i'tc 9.".,
9'.. Coal At Iron 4i'.,
2t', Wabash in -Tirri-.l
3 .".. C. A.-
W. 13". 1 1 1 i ti i Cii;i;:I
133',. Republic Stei-1 preferred 1 ri.
Advertised Letter List No. 31.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the Rock Isl
and po.stotlice for the week ending
July Jo. Hot 4 : CJeorge H. Andrews,
Mrs. Anna M. Apple bee, IX E. Uiicher,
J Steve Downard, .Mrs. Mary Furbus,
i Iewis Heismandel, Miss Pearl Hi'.l,
' liv Johnscm, Mis- Amanda Jackson,
i S. M. Kinney, Will Lidenstick. Ittio
Iee, Miss Mary McQuead. Miss Mag
gie Mitchell. Mrs. J. B. Nichols. Miss
Annie Peterson, Miss Sophia Peter
son. .V s. C. B. Powell. l. li. Powell.
Hill Boss. Mrs. K. K. State, H. H.
iSnapp, Samuel H. Seelye. Roy Shirley.
C::arlie Thompson, J. R. Wagner.
Clnrlea E. Waller. Rev. J. E. Webster,
Master Harry Walter, J. A. Williams.
Miss IJeulah Willett, James Whipple.
Foreign: John E. Williams.
T. H. THOMAS. P. M.
, , e
I Inspect. I
Buy and J 0
Will be g
PLENTY OF CHANCES
r.rt 1 in in or i'iiiihri in 1:j rp r:inci
of colors. Mill End sale Q
Mill Ends, 10 to 20-yard lengths, of
wide 2e Cretonnes, for drapery
or comforts. Mill flL
End price JlK
Mill Ends of Sateen. Lustrals aud
Morehns. worth uj to 35c yard,
Mill End price, 1QCl
30-inch dotted Curtain
worth 12 Vic. Mill End
sale price, yard
3Ci-inch wide Mill Ends 15c Swisses.
for sash curtains, etc.. Qr
Mill End sale price O jC
20-inch wide Silkolines. Mill Ends.
10 to 20 yard pieces, worth 10c, Mill
End sale price. tr
3;-inoh widi- Mill End Silkoline,
worth 12Ue yard. Mill
End sale price, yard I "'C
"('-inch wide 15c Silkoline, Or!"?
Mill End sale price, yard J C P
LADIES SUMMER UNDERWEAR 0
At Mill End Sale Prices
Ladies 15c colored Under Vests,
Mill End sale
Ladies' 25e Vests and Lace Trim
sale price . . .
Ladies' Fine Lisle Vests in while.
Ecru, colors and black, regular if
prices up to 75c. Mill
End sale price, each..
ACCEPT HILLSDALE BRIDGE
Rock Island County Board Orders
The special meeting of the county
board was adjourned today after ac
cepting the new bridge across Rock
river, near Hillsdale, and transacting
some minor matters. Roek Island
county's portion, $1 o,r09.5(, was order
ed paid. This is half the cost of the
bridge, Henry county sharing equally
in paying for it. The question of
the installation of a new boiler at the
county intirmary occupied consider
able time. Finally it was decided lo
purchase a second hand boiler offered
by Simonson & Shafer, of Port Byron,
the same to be accepted on condition
it pass a test. If this boiler is bought
it will serve temporarily only, at tin
board favors the erection of an entire
new plant at the infirmary. In this
connection the infirmary committee
was instructed to secure estimates on
the cost of a new building, boiler and
all, ud report at the September kch
sion. A resolution of thanks to Ir.
W. E. Taylor, superintendent, of th
Watertown hospital, for his acts of
kindness toward the county in permu
ting it to go beyond its quota of pa
tients at that inst Union, in an emer
gency, was adopted.
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First Game Called
at 2: JO.