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JTHE AHGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1904.
Stereopticoa Returns Fladkecf From Argtss Building Tomorrow Night
WHITE MAN IS
KILLED BY NEGRO
John Norden Dies of Gunshot
Wound Inflicted by
SHOT INTENDED FOR A DOG
Colored Man Claims to Have Fallen
After Taking Aim at Tor
mentor. John Nordon. white, shot Saturday
evening by Carl Davis, colored, died at
C o'clock last evening at Mercy hos
pital. in D;tvenixrt, of his injuries.
Davis has not had ais hearing yet,
but will he held on a charge of tnurder
probably, although he protests that the
shooting of Nordtn was accidental;
that the shot, was intended for a dog
that he claims Norden had .sicked on
Davis is married to a white woman,
and they have two young daugh
ters. Davis and his family have been
making thir home on a houseboat in
the west part of the city. He has been
employed steadily at the factorv of
the Davenport Foundry & Machine
company, and was known as a peace
HonxrS:.- t t ominuiilly ( rlrlinitr.
Saturday evening there was a cele
bration in the houseboat community,
and beer flowed freely. It was hauled
in buckets from a nearby brewery.
N'orden's home is on the route that
Davis followed in his journeys after
beer. While passing Nonlen's home
the latter was standing at the gate,
and, Davis alleges, set his dog after
liim. Davis did not have his gun with
him then, but retunit-d to the boat for
it. H resumed his pilgrimage to the
brewery, and in passing the Norden
house the canine again took after him.
whereupon be leveled the gun and
fired at the d og.
.I-m MiuiHcir I p to l'olli-r.
Davis dec lared that in aiming at the
log h stumbled and fell and the charge
went in another direction from which
he intended it to go. entering Norden s
Ktoniach. Davis gave himself up to tiie
Call for the new Kinship.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
J4ie-Vaiers for fine footwear.
Tri City Towel Supply company.
Keller Bros, renovate mattresses.
Kerler Bros., your carpet cleaners.
Spencer & Trcfz for 'bus or express.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Attend the Jacobs bankrupt sale at
Lloyd's. Bargains galore.
Compute election returns
Turner hnll tomorrow night.
Ice cream and lcc cream soda nt
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
The monthly nieeMng of the city
council is to be held this evening.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old phone 1070. new 5SS4.
W. H. Siemon will do your tin work; j
14 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5740
pressing, repairing. Now
Panitorium club. !:: Second avenue.
Get the rornpb te election returns j
free at the Turner hall tomorrow even-j
There art :;ti!t siwno fii.l l!,rniin !
left f the Jacobs bankrupt stock atjpornlit "lC n,OS' ,av,sh P"""
Lloyd's. lever made. we. as a people, will fail
.." ... !in o:r duty :f we shall nt rebuke at
iim jue invjre.i to in nr the complete
fleet inn returns at the Turner hall to
usiins I'j.ncake Fiour enjoys
the iarust saie of any similar article.
Ask your grocer today.
If you enjoy muffins and v.ailie. trvjas
Mrs. Austin's Pancake Flour and you
will be delighted with results.
We clean and press your clothes
with care. Heal & McCarthy. Illinois
Old 'phone 716 L.
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at the hall. jfn.ni po litres j
All along the line of our o.T.fK'i ::fo.
Pelphia IVoley gave :i pretty ltle hf, ,!rpS(. hnuhl ,,e aVowed and it
party Saturday afternoon to of tier j shmill, ,,e ,,lirM:r(1 w:,h unr, K.nims fi
fnends. the feature of the occasion be- (lit.lifv u priK,,lro legislation which
ing a guessinc contest, in which F:-:hor . sfca;l make it a crime for officers of a
-. ' trust or corporation to contribute J
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nait. and 2s lirkJ; Mrcri. la-raport.
Wilson won the first prize. Refresh
ments were served and a delightful
time was had.
Hear the election returns at the
Broadway Sunday school tomorrow ev
ening. Continuous program. No ad
The regular meeting of the board of
education will be held this evening in
stead of tomorrow evening on account
Don't forget to attend the Naval
Reserves dance tomorrow evening.
Returns of the election will be read
at the hall.
E. A. Rounds has sold his entire
house-moving outfit to his son, A. A.
Rounds, who will conduct the business
in the future.
Dancing party by the Ladies' Indus
trial club at Odd Fellows hall Wednes
day evening, Nov. 9. Ladies, 15 cents;
gents, 25 cents.
A full line of new pure drugs, etc..
at Steiner's Fifth avenue pharmacy
success or to B. H. Bieber. Prescrip
tions a specialty.
Miss Beryl Stamm was surprised at
her home Friday evening by a com
pany of friends in remembrance of her
The steamers Helen Blair and Wi
nona were both delayed some time yes
terday on account of the heavy fog
which covered the river.
The O. E. S. Sewing society will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. . Nut
ting. 2020 Seventh avenue.
There is a general influx at this time
of year of Rock Island's legal resi
dents who have been temporarily lo
cated in other cities in order that the
full vote may be registered.
At the evening services at the Broad
way Presbyterian church last evening
H. B. Street, of Chicago, rendered two
organ soios. Mr. Street is the guest ol
A. H. Pollard, and will remain in the
city for several days.
Georg McCaskrin closed his cam
paign for member of the legislature
with a meeting at the rink Saturday
evening. Bleuer's band was present
and a short parade was indulged in pre
ceding the speech at the rink.
The regular monthly meeting of the
membership of the Rock Island Club
will be held at the clubhouse Thursday
evening of this week. Returns of the
election will be received at the club by
special wire tomorrow evening.
The banks of the city will be closec
tomorrow, owing to the election. Sev
eral of the larger factories have ai
ranged to shut down at noon, to givt
the employes an opportunity to vote
and not deduct the time from the work
To accommodate those who may He
leaving the city over that line in the
morning, the Burlington railway com
pany announces that train No. 48 due
to leave here at '.:40, wiil be held until
7:13. in order to allow passengers an
opportunity to vote.
Among Chicago financiers who are
reported to have made big winnings
in stocks and grain in the last few
months is D. H. Louderback. who fi
nanced and managed the early opera
tion of the Tri City Railway system and
is said to have cleared up $1."im.0m".
Shank's moving pictures and election
:i : -rns at Y. M. C. A. hall tomorrow
night. The Crcat Train Robbery,
C.ir'.s in Overalls. Wonderful Fair
Tracked by Bloodhounds anil many
c:r.:c pictures. Lots of fun and all
about the election returns for It' cents
Piwinn rn rniinro
lOflflLL rAVUttO IU IHUOIO
BE GIVEN INDORSEMENT?
(Continued l-'rum Page Ore.
?h polls this latest and most flagrant
; attempt to control the election not for
! leuitimF.te business conducted for yrop-
,er ends but tn order that the few may
(sti'l further strengthen tbe-'r hold upon
our industries. We shall rue it. if.
a people we do not make this re-
hiike so emphatic fiat the olfense will
nev r aga:n be repeated."
r-il f ( nirr.
'"H'lt this is not nough. W
every imssihh precrsu' e:i
both the congress and t'i-
in or'ier to assure ; u.siai ri
any kind, and if it should do so. to
provide for thtir punishment in a
most 'ffoctivo way. This is not tho'
time to consider the details of such a!
remedy but one- is needed which shall
be so far-reachins; and so drastic as to
dissolve all partnerships between cor
irupt business interests and the povern
t n-.ent and to make their n ncwal for-
ever impossible. i
"As this is a fjovernment of laws.!
and not of men. it does not seriously i
'matter whether one man or another
'holds the pr at office of president of
jihe I'nitod Srates. hut the opportuni
ties in that r':.ce for doins; irreat jmod
are so appartr ut that they should be em-i
: ployed for the highest purposes.
j "(Ireat as are the problems before
us in the near future, political, indus
i trial and social, in my judgment, none'
Iis so pressing as this, the greatest of j
Qioral questions. It includes all otaerj
issues, it lies at the foundation of all
other problems, and its settlement by
the absolute and final exclusion of
bribery or threat of bribery, or of the
raising of money for this foul purpose,
is to my mind the most important
question that can come before a free
and moral people.
"If my countrymen shall call me to
take up this work I will, God helping
me. use every faculty of my mind, and
will employ every power that legally
and constitutionally inheres to that
great office to accomplish this most
HAS DONE MUCH FOR
THE SALVATION ARMY
Commander Booth-Tucker Who is Now
About to Bid Farewell to
Now that Commander Booth-Tucker
of the Salvation Army is farewelling
from the United States it will be of in
terest to note a few facts in his life
and especially those which pertain to
his work in this country.
He was born in India, where his fath
er was a prominent shareholder and
an officer in the Great East India com
pany. He was sent to England for his
education, and then prepared to enter
the civil service in his native land.
After a few years he chanced upon a
mention of the Salvation Army in a
newspaper item, sent a contribution to
London, and received in return a copy
of the War Cry. After reading it he
determined to investigate further. ud
he went to London tor that purpose
ending in his casting aside the ermine.
jf the judge and denning the aruire ot
the Salvation Army. In doing this he
left a position with a munificent sal
ary. and became as poor as the mendi
cant priests of his native country.
Once in the army he threw the vigor
and fervor of his whole soul into its
work and his advance has been corres
pondingly rapid. His first work was
in India. On one of his visits to Eng
land to secure officers for the work he
he was united in marriage with Ei..in.t,
rhe general's second daughter, who re
turned to India with him. In a few
years her health became so impaired
that a return to England was impera
tive. Some nine years go a change was
made in the American field and he was
sent here as commander and his wife
as consul. They came just at a time
when the days were darkest in the his
ory of the army in this country, but
by tact and unusual ability, and above
all, indefatigable effort on the part of
both of them the victory was won. and
'he army put upon an entirely new
footing. . .
A few facts and figures will serve to
show what has been accomplished in
the nine years of their command. Tiie
increase of officers, cadets and employ
es has been 11,730; of corps, out
posts, slum posts and social institu
tions, 2fK; social institutions for the
poor, 242; accommodations in same, 9.
0S0; amount expended in poor relief
annually. $SO,oott; working nfen's ho
tels. 77; industrial homes. 4S; industri
al stores. 45; annual value of work pro
duced by workless men, $3"0,00i; em
ployment found for SO.OOi); acreage in
farm colonies. ",,'Mio; Christmas din
ners provided 3oo,,00'i; beds provided
during 1001, 2.SCo,Ooo; meals supplied
HIS CONDITION UNCHANGED
Mayer Skinner Expects to be Able to
Leave for Southwest Thursday.
There is no change today in the con
dition of Mayor Charles P. SJinn
of Moline. and it is said that he will be
able to leave with his family and his
mother Thursday evening for Tucson,
Ariz., whore he will spend the winter.
The gravest danger is the fear that the
mayor may be in the first stages of a
serio-is ailment, and it isforthepurpose
of thwarting tlv hold that any such
d:ise jiiitV.t take tha' ho is to bo
taken to the htai;nn climate of Arizona.
MATTHEWS IS FAMILIAR
WITH LOCAL CONDITIONS
Capable Man to Represent This Dis
trict in Lower House of
P. Y. Matthews has been making a
.-T:-ong campaign for congress through
the convincing arguments as to the
advantage of having for the first time
;'. representative in the lower house of
the national law making body who is
familiar with local conditions and re
euirements. And it might be added that Mr. Mat
thews is about as capable of represent
ing the interests of this community as
an man we know of.
G. Wash Even, Has Overlooked it.
Republicans and democra s of Cor
dova are wondering among themselves
whether they have a good, hard kick
coming, or whether they have been
the beneficiaries of a kind providence.
They are ready part'sans of every
political persuasion to take solemn
oath that there has been no spellbinder
in the village during the entire cam
paign. General apathy has held un
disputed possession and not a politi
cal meeting or rally Las been hell.
Even the candidates have overlooked
the far east corner of this county,
an 1 Cordova wants to know whether
it should feel sighted or congratu
lated. All the news all the time THE
BOOMERANG FOR. SCOTT
IN LATEST LOONEY BREAK
The yam which the Union sprung
in its issue of yesterday morning at
almost the last moment before the
election that John P. Looney had made
a saloon crusade Saturday night in the
interest of W. C. Allen for the office of
state's attorney is too thin to wash.- It
will not go down with intelligent peo
ple. Either the Union is exceedingly
gullible and has been duped as usual
by Looney, or it is a party to a delib
erate political conspiracy to misrepre
sent the situation.
Whether or not Looney attempted to
create the impression that he was set
ting 'em up for Allen, or whether he
really did commit such a farce in some
quarters ought not to be material to
the minds of fair-minded people at all
familiar with the trend of recent po
litical events in Rock Island city and
Tie fact that Looney was not only
instrumental in the nomination of
Scott, and has been closely associated
with him in matters political and oth
erwise has never been denied, nor can
it be successfully refuted. The fact,
further, that he sought to keep Allen
off the official ballot by holding a rump
convention and nominating himself for
the same office, and kept the matter in
a state of uncertainty until. the last mo
ment wheat nomination papers could be
properly attested, that he admitted
when he was nominated that he did not
expect to be elected, ought to be proof
sufficient as to his relations with Scott
and his interest in his candidacy.
And all these things in addition to
th. exposures as to the other relations
between Scott and Looney place this
latest and eleventh-hour spectacle in
a L'ght that is both ridiculous and ab
surd. Today Harry M. McCaskrin,
who has been leading the fight on
Scott from the republican standpoint,
handed in the following communication
SHOES for LARGE MEN
For-Monday we offer 53 pairs of men's
all solid leather shoes, the regular
$1.25 value, sizes 10 and 11 only
Monday morning; and while they last.
75c, $1 & $1.25
, Dres's GOOClS 49C
OUR "Special Sales, are always respond
ed to by hundreds -of buyers because we
always have exactly what we advertise
to have if we say dollar dress proods for 4lc
you et it just as advertised. This time it's
a big spot cas. purchase from an overloaded
jobber. The c ncession secured is reflected
in every item b 'ow. Commencing Mon
day at9 o'cloc Nov. 7th and all week, if
not sold before, we place on sale
75c Mannish Suitings,
all -wool 43
75c .Granite Cloths, black and all col
ors 75c F.xncy Wool "Waistings, all colors
44-lnch All "WW Plaids, so much In
demand value S1.00 per yard
E4-roch "Walking Skirt cloths In Ox
ford Gray. Navy and Tan. full 1
60-inch all wool Ladles Cloth
SI. 25 Imported Zibelines for full suits
$1.23 Cheviots, all wool
$1.2G"Vegereaux - Suitings
All this seasons productions of newest
weaves, all to gt in one lot at the one
price choice of all, at per yard.... 49c
49c, 49c, we repeat for fear you may not quite un
derstand. Just 49c per yard 49c
WE NEVER TTRE talking and
thinking of our complete show
ing of rich and fashionable head
gear for -women. This season wa
feci we hare really surpassed any
of our former exhibits In this line.
As the season now lg getting well,
advanced, we have decided on a
general repricing and buyers In this
department will pow And. the low
nes of th new prlcea to even as
tonish those who are already ac-.
customed to the always prevailing
low prices at McCabe's.
WOMEN'S 50c HOSE AT 35o
BROKEN" XJNES Ladles 50c
BlacJt Cotton and Lisle Hose,"
some with U white feet or white
soles, sizes 8 to 10. but not all sizes
of all styles. Includes both heavy
ar.d light weight! of the very best
mak of Ilermsdorf dyed imported
hose. To close these quick they go
on sals llonday and while they lat
the 63c ores,
at per pair ...
3 pairs for $1.00
which expresses the status of affairs
Rock Island. Nov. 7. Editor Argus;
What a shell game was that that was
undertaken politically Saturday night
The card man. the chameleon, the ma::
with the shell game, performed his glit
tering spectacular feat. Looney at hi
best, the Rock Island Union as the
shell, and J. K. Scott changing bac
and forth so rapidly that the voters
began to say with Looney. ' Now you
see it and now you don't see it. headt
I win. tails you lost." Looney thought
he had 'em going and coming and com
ing and going.
The special stunt came at 12:3t
o'clock Sunday morning. Nov. tl, 1904
when Looney with apparent ease pass
ed Scott from hand to shell so rap.idl
the eye could not follow, and hile
Scott folds himself up under the Rock
Island Union, Looney says "Now where
is it" and the Rock Island Union seiz
ing a handful of mud for McCaskrir
says "Allen has it." and the voter:
looking on see through the little trick
and say Looney and The Union have
it and "have it bad," too. and tha
Looney and Scott must come again;
We want a good trick, something new
Looney sets 'cm up for the same
reason a spider spins his web. Th
LTnion is stalling Looney for Scott, try
ing to get the voters to think Looney's
little sidestep divorces him from his
first love. No so Pauline. Looney
hasn't told us why he nominated Scott,
why he congratulated him. why he urg
ed his friends to vote lor Scott, why
he fought against W. C. Allen to a
this time turn on Scott to fight for
Allen. We must iinderstand this little
game before we bite. We know Loon
ey and Scott gave Mrs. Mie'iow some
thing to think about, and Mr. Powell
some trouble, but when Looney takes
THIRD AVENUE THROUGHTO SECOND
THIS Jewelry Department
was never in such good
shape to cater to ypur every
want in jewelry or silverware
lines. During this sale you can
save from 23 per cent to 33 per
cent on silverware as compared
with prices asked by most
stores. Here are some examples.
IIand.omf single candlesticks, f I CO
value $2.25. for OlsDli
Quadruple rJ.itod creamers andCO A A
sugars, value $5.00", for 00UU
$3.00 C.ilte BasUct3,
value $4.00, men
20 dozen Ct-nuirw? Rogers Dlnnor fizo
Knivps. only one set to a cusf J AC
tomcr, at jer set 5IT,u
Regular Triple Plate Knives and Forks
usuallv sold in other
at $2.98 per dozen.
here, while they last
ODD PIECKS that Improve the tahle
service, such as Pie Servers, Oystr
Forks, Fruit Knives, Sorvmg Spoons,
etc., prices specially Iom- in order to
make this sale so impressive that you
will continue to always think of us
first when you thh:k of silverware or
AS A FLYER FOR MONDAY and
Tuesday of the corning ve?i.
and to direct sharp attentlqg to the
irreatest and bs;t line of corsets
In tho west, we place on sal for
two days only. th(- late Ptylf- Ion?
or habit hip batiste corsftv. with
four (4) hose supporters, a limited
quantity at 29c each, (one to a cus
tomer.) Remember all this corset
goodness for two days. 29C
AGRKAT Pl'RCHASK of Irh
Point. Paint de Calais. Iirus?-ls-.
Jfet and Cluney Lace "urtain. im
ported to Fell at $7. SO. JS.00, $:.'" n
pair, we bought them che.-ip ;.nd
hart pot th whole lot, about
different patterns, all at f I QQ
the one prlc, per pair ....'T,tjO
This should make them move
lively, your choice for Jl'S.
MJXDAY ALL. DAY. the celebrat
ed F"armer Choice soft finish
ed Farmer's Choice soft finish
Bleached lsslin-, jvotb 7ic,
at per yara -
Scott up In his fingers and tries to put
Allen under the shell without Allen's
knowledge or consent we see the limit
It is a comedy of exceptional merit,
with a vein direct from the fountain of
The Rock Island Union may call me
names, but please do not forget that
Mr. Scott never denied giving Mrs.
Mielow but $300 out of a $1,075 verdict,
never denied refusing Mr. Powell's
case because he was under obliga
tions to Looney, and never denied giv
ing a railroad pass to Looney. never
denied that Looney nominated him.
never denied that Looney has work
ed for his election.
I challenged Scott to meet me in the
open to prove these things before the
public he declined. He made counter
charges against me. I offered to meet
him in public to prove them false, he
declined, and now at the end of the
campaign. I ask the voters to watch
Looney and Scott to decide for them
selves, why Scott has barked along be
hind me instead of meeting me in the
open. I claim that I have t rooted Scott
fairly and that in refusing me the right
to meet him either upon the charges I
made against him or the ones he made
against me. he acted as though e did
not feel able to deny my charges or
sustain his own charges. The voters
who have heard us both must deeT
where the "yellow" is.
HARRY M. M CASKRIX.
Further than this, information came
to The Argus office from people who
had made it a point to see for them
selves that as late as midnight Satur
day night, looney was not only work
ing for Scott in up-town saloons, but
was showing people how to mark their
ballots in his favor.
You can't tar with the Looney stick
the man he did his best to deprive of
place on the official ballet.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are becoming a favorite for
stomach troubles and constipation. For
sale by all leading druggists.
1 1 suits are here handsome gar
ments, best of tailoring, lino ma
terials, plain and fancy cloths-
values $25.00 and $30.00, for $15.00.
Come promptly for these, it's not
snops as a special
il JTl 1(11
ery, iiy simply coming nere you get t! J
these $1.00 Night Gowns for. UuL
BELTS AT 39c
UP-TO-DATE Belts crushed kid leather,
pleated silk belts, etc., mounted with
handsomo cut steel oxidized oj gilt buckles and
back pieces, values here up to $1.09 QQ
all at the one low price of OoC
FOR WOMEN', CHILDREN AND
Men. Our handkerchief stock
for the Holidays Is now very com-j-!et.
For the corn'nff week we
shrill place many of the choh-e new
poods on prominent djsplay, and
undoubtedly many of the most se
lect styles and best bargains will
be tho first to go. It Is a splendid
time now to buy handkerchiefs for
Christmas presents, not only because
of the taily attractive bargains, but
because of the preater selection at
the start of the season.
TWO VARUS L' .".'';, hemstitched
Table Cloths, ail pure linen.
henvy quality, sliver bleached, ref-
u:-ir 91.75 values.
this . etk
72-in. wide Silver Rleached Table
Damask. 6 pretty and new def'gns.
33 Pattern Dinner Cloths, simple
line and odd cloths in s'zes of 2
yards to 3'i yards. Peirig sample
cloths they are slightly soiled, but
water will clean them. We will
ft-U them at a quaj-ter less than thi
already marked down prices.
SUDDEN DEATH OF
AN AGED CITIZEN
Father of Aid. A. G. Anderson
Succumbs to Attack of
BORN IN SWEDEN IN 1826
Formerly Resided at Red Wing. Minn.
Death of Edna
Oiaf Anderson, father of Aid. A. C
Anderson, of this city, was found dead
in the home of his daughter. Mrs. C.
G. Timlin. 420 Fourth avenue. Moline.
at noon today. At 10 o'clock Mr. Anderson-
went to his room to lie down for
a rest. Two hours later, when a mem
ber of the family wont to call him to
lunch, he wps dead. Heart trouble was
the assigned cause.
Deceased was born in Sweden Feb.
28, 1S2 coming to America in lS7o
and settling in Red Wing. Minn. Three
years ago, with nis wife, he came to
Moline, to make hi:; home with his
daughter. His wife died one year ago.
Mr. Anderson was a member of Zion
Swedish Lv.therrn church of this city.
Four children survive: A. G. Ander
son, of this city; .1. A. Anderson, San
Francisco; Mrs. C. G. Timlin and Miss
Clara Anderson, Moline. The funeral
arrangements have not been com
pleted. !- tit of 1:1bii I'm iik.
Edna Frank, the !)-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frank. Thir
teenth avenue and Twenty fifth street,
died this afternoon at St. Anthony's
hospital, from aiH'eudicitis. The de
ceased underwent an operation at the
hospital Saturday evening.
DR. O. M. IvfffERS, OPTICIAN
Consultation and x
. animation of eyea
-,r. Th most rnmnktflT
i quipped optical
parjora In the west.
All the best aftd latest apparatus
known to the profession. Our tuaran
tee back of every Jtransaotloa.
Selling $25 and
$30 Suits at $15
MEVER Miitd how or why ifsIone, tho
a misiaiie, io. uu.
$2.50 WOOL WAISTS $1.25
HARD to Believe but it's so. Pretty styles
of fine flannel waists, best makes of tho
season, all colors, 2.50 worth CI OP
$1.50 PETTICOATS 75c
YOU'll Take More than a passing glanco at
these. Made of nioe mercerized cloth with
deep ruffled flounce, they are bar- 7r
gains, big bargains at lOL
$1.00 TENNIS NIGHT' GOWNS 63c
BET We Ever Saw at the price.. How
we got them tp sell this way is our myst
VARM WEATIIEK hunjr on so
lonjr that eror stock of Fall and
Winter Underwear Is murh too
large, ber Is the way we shall re
Women's Vests and Pants,
fleeced, fine M.u-o cotton,
pearl buttons, for
Fine Fleece Ribbed Egyptian Cot
ton Vests arid Pants', extra well
finished the 88c value,
Women's Worsted ITriion
gray and white, regular
$1.25 garments, only
Roys' Heavy Fleece Mned Hhirts
find Drawers, usually sold up to 50c
for Jarge size, we put
nil sizes In at
Men's Zc Ribbed Fleered Shirts and
Drawers. Frenrh Neck, extra quali
ty Egypt Ion cotton.
IIIFTY PAIRS ail Wool R
pair, cut for quick
up to $5.00 a
& pair caiiromla Wool Rlankts,
nil wool, handsome qualities, they
won I last long,
at per pair
12.75 Hand Tied Sllkoline Comfort
ers. In beautiful new patterns of
sllkollne. choree 11.98 Yen t.tk"