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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1904.
Partly Houitr tonight and Sat
urday, with probably Iiot to
nlKhtt drrldrd vhnntce in tent-ptfratart-.
J. M. SIIERIKH,
Trinprraturr at 7 u. tu., 4; at
2:.K p. -'4.
Stoves at Wilcher'a.
Lage-Waters for shoes.
Fresh oysters at Harris'.
Wear Dolly Bros', shoes.
Wear Dolly Bros, shoes.
Wear Dolly Bros, shoes.
Wear Dolly Bros', shoe?.
Wear Dolly Bros". shoe
Call for the new Kinship.
For insurance. K. J. Burns.
Buy a home of KeHy Bros.
Shoes that wear, haffe-Waters.
Trl City Towel Supply company.
Kerler Bros., your carpet cleaners,
fio to l-ag.- Waters' for your shus.
Get a ticket to V. M. ('. A. course.
Lage-Waters, 17u;j Second avenue.
Spencer &. Trcfz for 'ous or express.
For bus, hag'age, ex press, call Robb's.
Fin ne's siio: store. I'll" Second ave
nue. I'ears by the pck or bushel at Hess
For real estate ami insurance, K. J.
Bulk ami canned oysters at IIs
Buy our shoes at Finne's and save
Sauerkraut and dill pickles at Kusch
rnann'ri. Souvenir Kale at Voung & Mo
Couibn'. A nice line of vegetables at Hess
Attend the Sacred Heart bazar :t
their ball tuniyht.
Dressed chickens and turkeys ar
Some ;;ood values thi.s week in Bat
tles' ad. Look it up.
Doulde breasted brown, black and
blue suits. The I.oiiroti.
For Sat iii day choice of any walking
cane in our store for T! cents, worth
up to $2.50. You know us. The Lon
don. Dressed turkeys, chickens and ducks
at Hess Bros', tomorrow.
Fresh oysters and celery at 11. Tre
mann's Sons tomorrow.
Attend the Jacobs bankrupt sale at
Lloyd's. Bargains galore.
Apfel kuchen, at McCarty's tomor
row, 324 Twentieth street.
A full line of fresh fruits and vege
tables at Harris' tomorrow.
Men's heavy woo! kersey trousers,
$1.75. Summers & LaVelle.
Chrysanthemums 10 and 20 cents
dozen Saturday at McCabe's.
$13.50 and $12.50 men's tan top coats
at $i.9o. Summers & LaVelle.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
Men's suits of the best makes, $lu
to $25. Sommers & LaVelle.
We show the best ascot tie for 50
cents worth $1. The Indon.
Wear Stein-Bloeh company's suit and
overcoats. Sommers & LaVelle.
Fresh kaffee kuchen at McCarty's
tomorrow, 324 Twentieth street.
Spring and old chickens, nicely
dressed at H. Tremann's Sons'.
(let your cage for Sunday dinner at
McCarty's, 324 Twentieth street.
Best place in town to buy shoes is at
Lage-Waters'. 1703 Second avenue.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 58S4.
W. II. Siemon will do your tin work;
147 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 574C.
Heavy ribbed underwear for men at
r.y cents a garment. Sommers & La
Velle. New dried fruits and canned goods
in now, prices the lowest, at Kusch
niann's. There are still some good bargain
left of the Jacobs bankrupt stock at
Wintergreen and peppermint cream
candies 10 cents a pound Saturday at
50 cent hemstitched linen shams and
stand covers for 29 cents. Saturday at
For Saturday, pillow top handker
chiefs. 10 cent kind only 5 cents each.
V. M. C. A. course tickets now on
sale for $1. Season reservation next
Telephone your order at once for
fresh kaffee kuchen, to McCarty's, 324
Somebody gets a stove for nothing
next Monday at David Don's. Get
free ticket today.
A good stock left of ladies' and
men's $2.50 shoes, closing out price,
$1.95, at Finne's.
Dunlap hats. Stetson hats. Imperial
hats, hats for everybody. You know
us. The London.
See the dollar corsets with for hose
supporters attached, for 5t cents. Sat
urday at McCabe's.
Two cents yard for shirting prints
with some slight imperfections, Sat
urday at McCabe's.
Boys' knee trousers, 4S and 50 cent
ones, for Saturday only. 38 cents.
Sommers & LaVelle.
Men's cravnette coats, the pop
ular garment for these rainy days.
Sommers & LaVelle.
Got a free ticket on the stove to be
given away at David Don's Oct. 24.
No purchase required.
For Saturday, self opening umbrel
las worth $1 for 73 cents. None after
Saturday. The London.
Fancy peaches. New York grapes,
niaiaga and Tokay grapes and pears
at lless Bros', tomorrow.
See w hat we are showing in novelty
overcoats for boys from 3 to 10 years.
Great values. The London.
Everything that's new and worth
buying in men's and boys' clothing Is
shown at Gustafson & Hayes'.
We clean and press your clothes
with care. Beal & McCarthy, Illinois
theatre building. Old 'phone 71C L.
Our men's suits from $7.50 up to $15
kirp certainly trade-winners. Take
look at them. Gustafson & Hayes.
Now for that tailor made suit o-"
otrcoat $15 to $3ii at Beal & Mc
Carthy's. Illinois theatre building.
Finne's closing out shoo sale is
drawing to a close. Get your shoes
at once if ou want to save money.
Y. M. C. A. entertainment course
opens Nov. 3 with "The Haskell Indian
Brnd." Season tickets now on sale.
You'll miss it if you don't get one
of those souvenirs at Young & Mo
Combs'. Special bargains for tomor
row. The captains of the teams in the
City Bowling league met last evening.
No action was taken on the proposal
to reorganize, presented by the South
Paws, and the schedule will stand as
Remember Young & McCombs' sou
venir sale is still in full blast. Sou
venirs with every purchase of $1 or
Our men's overcoats at $7.50, $10,
$12 and $15 are the best in the mar
ket. Take a look at them. Gustafson
Whipped cream rolls, chocolate
eclairs and cream puffs at McCarty's
confectionery, 324 Twentieth street, to
morrow. The Sacred Heart bazar is being
favored with large crowds every night.
Tonight a delightful musical program
will be given.
Attend the dance given by the Mod
ern Woodmen at their hall in South
Rock Island tomorrow night. Tickets.
50 cents. Ladies free.
"Get wise." We can make you a
stylish tailor made suit or overcoat at
$18. $20 and $25. Beal & McCarthy's.
Illinois theatre building.
Have you seen the beautiful souve
nirs Young tc McCombs are giving
away? You also have a chance to get
that beautiful mahogany piano, free.
For the best soft coal on the market,
telephone M. Sosna A: Co.. corner Fif
teenth street and First avenue. Phone
brown 571. All orders given prompt
Everything that enters into a G. &.
II. suit or overcoat is the best that
brains can select and money can buy.
Prices from $ls to $35. Sold only by
Gustafson & Hayes.
Some one is going to get that beau
tiful piano at the end of the month.
Take advantage of the souvenir sale,
bargains a-plenty, souvenirs for all.
Young & McCombs.
We positively show.the best selected
line of fine suits or overcoats ever
shown in the three towns and prices
are lower for the same class of gar
ments. The London.
$15 suit sale at the big blue front.
In this lot you get browns, fancy wor
steds and blacks in single and double
breasted. Get in line, follow the
crowd. You will land at the London.
The ladies of the Noon Day Rest as
sociation are to serve a chicken pie
slipper at the rest rooms on Third ave
nue Saturday evening from 5 to S
o'clock." Gentlemen will be especially
welcomed, the ladies desiring to inter
est the men of the citv in the work of
IN SOCIAL CIRCLES.
Mrs. C. Curmey. 905 Fourteenth
street, last evening entertained a par
ty of young ladies at her home. Those
present were the Misses Frieda Kra
mer, Agnes Maucker. Ethel Robinson.
Clara Kramer. Myra Bleuer. Elizabeth
Maucker and Gertrude Bleuer.
The Jung Embroidery club meets
this afternoon with Mrs. D. B. Rodman.
G01 Third avenue.
LOCKJAW CAUSE OF DEATH
Charles Duer, Former Resident, Ex
pires at Kansas City, Kans.
Charles Duer. who formerly resided
in Rock Island, leaving here 24 years
ago, is dead at Kansas City. Kans.. of
lockjaw, resulting from a slight lacera
tion of his foot through stepping on a
rusty nail. He had been sick one week
only, and the announcement of his
death was a great shock to his rela
tives here, he having married Miss
Margaret Philebar, a member of one
of the pioneer families of tins city. Mr.
Duer was 4S years of age and a na
tive of Denmark. With his wife there
are left three children. Mark. Peter,
and Alexander Duer. Miss Emma
Philebar. a sister of Mrs. Duer, left
last evening for Kansas City to attend
L AGE-WATERS SHOE COMPANY
Special Bargains for Saturday.
Men's fine box calf welt shoes. $2.45.
Men's line kid welt shoes, $1.95.
Men's calf skin shoes. $1.4.
Ladies' Hand turn shoes, special. $1.
ChiM's kid shoes, sizes 5 to S. 5;to.
Child's kid shoes, sizes s. to 11. $1.
Misses' kid shoes, j-izes ll1- to 2,
LAGE WATERS SHOE COMPANY.
17U3 Second Avenue.
THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECON
SA I Li! DAY
News of Unusual Interest
BATHES' SATURDAY SALE.
Fourth Avenue and Seventeenth
C.e baby shoes. 2 to 5. 49c.
5c baby shoes. 5 to S. 5!c.
$1.25 misses' shoes, 12 to 2. 9Mc.
$1.35 woman's shoes, all sizes, 9Sc.
$1.95 woman's shoes, all si;;t s. $1.4.
$2.5't woman's box calf shoes, $1.95.
$2..ro woman's patent tip shoes. $1.95.
"It's a little farther, but it pays."
All Day and Evening
SPECIAL DOLLAR CORSETS,
with four hose supporters- at
tached. EOc, "V
on Saturday OvC
1,000 YAUDS Simpson's 12 l-2c
Silkollnes. at j
per yard Uw
Limit of 12 yards to a customer.
BOYS' FLEECED HOSE. Deiby
ribbed. 20s value,
6c Shirting Piints, some slight
MEN'S $2 SHOES, Satin Calf,
heavy soles 48
DARK TENNIS FLANNELS.
styles, per yd ....
CHRYSANTHEMUMS, ICO loz.
at per dozen, -i f
SfOo and A UN
HANDSOME Shell Sid and back
Combs, 50c value, 1 9 c
BLACK CLOTH PETTICOATS,
with dep A 7V
flounce, at x i.
CHILD'S GOOD, DARK, SCHOOL
DRESSES, up to 8 A&O
years at T"OL
10O WASH BOILERS, copper
SMYRNA RUGS, all wool, 16x34
YARD WIDE CARPET, IS yard
per yard VC
GOOD COCOA DOOR SI ATS,
each . . . 22c
50c LINEN hemstitched cpu-
woik sham and
si ? d covers
WINTERGREEN AND PEPPER
MINT Cream Candies,
FRESH ROASTED SALTED
Special Hour Sales
AT 0 O'CLOCK A. M. -Ladies'
25c ribbed fleeted vest and pants
Limit of tw suits to a customer.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Good
steal r6d umbrellas
AT 3 O'CLOCK 10 yards fine
FROM 7 TO 9 P. M. Oc wool
FROM 7 TO 0 P. M.iUn's best
Merino socks in black, oxford
and .gray mixed, at
AT 7 P. M.. and till sold 500
yards plain color, all wool waist
clothes, also some fancy designs
all 50c quality
ORCHESTRA MUSIC IN THE EVENING
John Hreede and Mrs. Dorothy Wil
son, both of this city, were married
Wednesday evening. Rev. F. I. I-itz-rodt.
pastor of the German Methodist,
church, performing the ceremony.
J5he Sviit Yovi Are Looking
For is HERE. Perfect Fit
ting Single SLnd Double
Breasted Sviits. Price,
$7.50 to $28.00
Long Overcoats, Tourist
Overcoats, Blizzard Coacts,
L'Aiglon Coats, all kinds of
meritorious Overcoats at the
Lowest kind of a low Price.
There is a Difference ia Stores As Well As in Clothes, -TeapnSis?' hefor
quality. If it is smartness of style, perfection of fit, thorough reliability, at a fair price you want, then this is the
store you are looking for. Your wants are satisfied here not merely filled.
Glory is His
ASK US WHAT SORT OF HAT
YOU SHALL WEAR. WE KNOW
WHAT THE CORRECT SHAPES
ARE. AND HAVE THEM. WE
CARRY SUCH CELEBRATED
MAKES A8 STETSON, SHOBLE.
AND I M PL RIAL. WE ARE PAR
TICULARLY PROUD OF OUR
IF YOU'VE HAD CLOTHES TROU
BLE. WE INVITE YOU TO COME
HERE FOR RELIEF. WE APPEAL
TO MEN WHO ARE VERY PARTIC
ULAR ABOUT THE FIT, STYLE,
SHAPE. FINISH AND, WITHAL, THE
PRICE. YOU WILL APPRECIATE
OUR SMART SUITS NOBBY SIN
GLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED
$10, S12, $15.
WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL
VARIETY OF BOYS' OVERCOATS.
THE TOURIST COAT IS A GREAT
FAVORITE FOR BOYS MADE FROM
FANCY CHEVIOTS. WITH BELT.
SOME EXCEPTIONAL VALUES. OW
ING TO A LUCKY DEAL. WHICH
ARE PARTICULARLY INTEREST
ING TO ECONOMICAL PARENTS.
$2 95. $3.95.$5.
IT'S EASY TO DRAW A PICTURE
AS CLOTHES SHOULD BE BUT
IT'S NOT SO EASY TO MAKE THE
CLOTHES LOOK LIKE THE PICT.
URE. NO MISLEADING ILLUSTRA
TIONS HERE OUR CLOTHES OUT
SHINE THE PICTURES.
WE DIRECT ESPECIAL ATTENTION
TO OUR HAND-TAILORED MEN'S
OVERCOATS SELLING AT
$15. $18. $20,
ML (8l K. Sh oe
Dollar or Two.
IT IS OUR HONEST OPINION
NO MAN CAN AFFORD TO BUY
FOOTWEAR WITHOUT AN M. &
K. STAMP. THERE IS A POSI
TIVE SAVING IN EVERY PAIROF
SHOES WE SELL.
$4.00 for $5.00 Values
$3.50 for $4.00 Values
$3.00 for $3 50 Values
$2.00 for $2.50 Values
$1.50 for $2.00 Values