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THE :A3TGU5, WEDNESDAY, APRIE IS, 1303,
MISS BUCK BRIDE
Rock Island Girl Ma ried at Peo
ria to A. H. L' v-ett
SERVICE AT BROTHER'S HOIV.E
Couple Will Reside in Englewood
Groom Secretary ta Rock Isl
and Passenger Agent.
The marriage of Miss Myrta F.
Buck, of this riiy. and A. K. Lovett.
of Chicago, was tt.-leb rated yesterday
morning in Peoria at the home of
iZ F. Buck, sister of the bridf. The
cf-rem-jny was performed by Dr. Iv
tt, of Grand Rapids, Mich., a brother
of the proom.
The house wa3 handsomely decorat
ed with the flowers of the .season, and
presented a beautiful appearance. Fol
lowing the ceremony a wddin? break
fast was served. Only the immediate
friends and relatives of the family
At 1:15 in the afternoon the young
couple left on the Rock Island for En
Klewood, where they will make their fu
rrumlnrnl In Yfunieiil irelrN.
The bride is the daughter of E. H.
Buck, of this ciry. She was reared
in Rock Island and sjent a!i her life
here. She is a young woman of much
grace and charm, and has been prom
inent in social and musical circles in
The groom is private secretary to
J-. M. Allen, general passenger agent
of the Rock Island system, and is a
popular young man of much ability.
The young couple were the recipients
of many handsome remembrances
Jrom their friends.
liver pure, fresh, rich milk at C cents Flower rtore.
a Quart. Old phone SGI 1 ring or drop Both phones.
a card to box SCC. J fe ladies of this city will be picas- ;
Only three more buyinsr tiavs till ed to learn that Mandel Bros. Chica- t
Easter. Read Young & McCombs' big go's famous costumers and furnishers, a
al on page C. have appointed Miss Julia Battles. 1011
We don't run a shoe store but we ! Second avenue, their agent for this vl- f
fell horse shoss. Rock Island HarJ-i cinU-v- Lad:ts ma .njw Vre the u
very latest metropolitan iasnions ai
the extremely low prices for which this
house Is celebrated.
Beginning this evening the s;;ven
day festival of Passover will be cele
brated throughout the Jewish wt)rld as
the greatest historical holiday of Juda
ism. It recalls the history of the nn-
The announcement of tae Cut Price cient Hebrews during centuries o'
Clothing & She company which ap-. slaverv in Egypt, ending with their
ars on page 2 this even.ng should marvelous freedom and departure from
be read by everyone. 'that land nf snnrsririnn anrt Mnlatrv
Report your changes to Stone's city lrf Parm,nt(,r in fh WlT1J
directory, office northeast corner Sec- -,llirt bac ,n,in 1, nntii th.
term hearing of the motion o the de
fendant for an arrest of judgment
and of the motion of the plaintiff for a
new trial in the suit of the village of
Hampton against the Chicago. Milwau-,
kee & St. Paul Railway company,
wherein the jury returned a verdict of
$5 for the village.
Liquid glass. It's invisible. It
mends your cut glass and china. Rock
Island Hardware company-.
Dr. rSagley, dentist, has had 10 years
experience saving the natural teeth. '
Room 5S, M. & L. building. t
blowers and. Potted Plants
tth.e lowest Easter prices.
U3 rz s as
THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
Str ayb er;rite
and Cream, crispy lettijcejfia
wiches and ' other delicacie&t
the soda fountain.
Try a "Zibia."
Call for Improved Zazaro.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towell Supply company.
Insure with Goldsmith & McKee.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
P. F. Cox. real estate and insurance.
Fine bronze cement toois at Rock
Iland Hardware company.
Rock Island Hardware company.
Successors to J V. S.'ewart.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's. 1214. Third avenue.
V. H. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 574C.
' Don't rake your lawn, buy a grass
catcher at Rock Island Hardware com
pany's. Ah. ha! Easter ribbons at McCabe's
at prices to make t he girls smile. All
F. J. Bachman has embarked in the
dairy business and is prepared to de-
ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or
call up old 'phone 553 1.
May Flower camp 101. R. N. of A.
will give an ice cream social and
dance at Carse's hall Thursday even
ing. April 2. Admission 15 cents.
The silk umbrella bargains at Mc
Cabe's have never been more attrac
tive than at this Easter time, when
"my lady" really must have a new one.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Ger
man Methodis' church will meet to
morrow afternoon a' 2 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Ramser. 831 Elm street.
Buy your native wine and pure
crape brandy from Charles SchaerTer.
Seventeenth street. South Rock Island.
Address orders to Potoffice box 290
Rock Island. 111.
Ready for Easter wear Easter hats,
suirs, wraps, belts, shoes, hosiery, rib
bon?, laces, and many other dainty
necessities for the season are awaiting
you at McCabe's.
Mrs. Tuller's home-made pies, cakes,
coffee cakes. Boston brown bread, bak
ed beans, etc., at McCabe's. second
floor. Thursday and Saturday. Orders
taken for home baking.
Fashion Is most wayward this Easter
season. This was no surprise to the
McCabe millinery experts, and they
are fully prepared to please every
whim or vagary hinted by dme fash
ion. At the close of the fiscal year the
city of Rock Island finds itself with
a balance in the treasury of $27.:'20.22.
Of this $7,147.45 is in the general fund,
$1X.9S2.4' in the waterworks fund, $2.
303.31 in the library fund, and $:.
SS7.0C In the special fund.
It is understftol that the citizens of
Watertown are still very desirous of
incorporating as a village under the
state general law and that they will
soon circulate another petition provid
ing for the second election. This time,
however, the hospital tract of land is
left out of the village limits.
Flowers for Easter, tea roses, vio-
lets, American Beauties, mignonette,
; fancy carnations, sweet peas, tulips
forget-me-not, daffodils, calla lilies, lil
lies of the valley, Easter lillies, nar
cissus and Easter plants, maiden hair
ferns, etc. We put out our flowers in
the latest style; tit for a queen. Order
at once and get the best. Rock Island
MONMOUTH IS IN A HUFF
Because Not Invited to Join Y. M. C'
A letter wa, received today Trom
Monmouth Y. M. C. A. by Physical Di
rector E. C. Earl, of the Rock Island
Y. M. C. A. stating that the men of the
Monmouth association Tesent that they
were not asked to join in the league
for the purpose of holding meets
among nearby Y. M. C. A. teams. Tlie
members of the gymnasium classes in ,
Manm-juth are very anxious to be al
lowed to enter the league, bin it is not
known just what action will be taken
by the present members in the matter.'
The fact that Monmouth has a strong.
athletic team, while the track and IV id
sports art? a comparatively new feat
ure of the other associations, will prob
ably influence the decision as to
whether Monmouth shall be included.'
YSftOO Yards New
A jGB&ND Exhibition and Sale of the new
fest Parisian and Domestic Rib
bons. Moss Rose, American Beau
ty fend Dolly Varden, "wide sash and
hair ribbons, number 60-80 and the great
wide 200 -widths, look like beautiful hand
paintings, worth $1.00, 75o and 50c yard
for this Easter sale -we price them at 68c,
48c and 38c.
I,00Ljra. Imported Messaltne Ribbon, all colors.
No. 100 width, rich soft rlWon. 1 Qr
worth 32c. at yard '
Xl&a soft finish Satin Taffeta Ribbons, all colors
nd plenty of white, ?1C
Ko. E0 width, at ...4.JL
$04 pea. Satin Liberty and Taffeta Ribbons in" the
narrow trimming widths, all colors. No. 1,1 and
2. at per piece of ten yards. ?J
45c, 88c and uv
Our Easter hats look "most entic
ing." Fashion Is very wayward this
season, but In spite of Its vagaries,
we have here a selection of fashion
able headgear in which every essen
tial has been well considered shape,
coloring, style of trimming, and the
late modes of hair dressing. One is
a leading style and type of hat for
this season. An Ultra popular shape
built away up at the back and show
ered with an enticlnr assortment of
sun touched flowers. Then the com
plete opposite Created to be worn on
the most dressy occasions, charmlnply
shady and ornamented with Amazon
plumes and Dresden ribbons. Then
those wee turbans, toques, sailor
shapes, and the natty, smart crea
tions which has made this department
Ready for Eastei
SILK SUITS, artistic triumphs Iron
modistes view point. Pretty shadings
of tan, brown, copper, blue, plum, grey and
green, perfect in workmanship and varied
in style. "We have taken the extravagance
out of the prices, however,
SILK WAISTS All colors of taffetas and news it
of this season's models, plenty of shirring. tc.
priced from Q rtQ
$15.00 to lOitfO
SILK PETTICOATS, taffetas of course, plain and
changeable, ruffled flounces, tailor made effect",
fan pleatings. etc.. these are marked M lft
from $9.87 to x4dA)0
Thursday at 3 P. M.
Pure Mohair dot Walsttngs. made in Bradford. Eng
land, also several lines of fancy wool S6-lnch Dress
Goods. 50c to T5 values.
at yard ,
Distribution of Reeves Estate.
Bequests are made as follows in'
the will of the late Louis H. Reeves,
of Cordova, admitted to probate yes
terday in the county court. To his
wife. Mrs. Julia A. Reeves, lctts 13 and
14 and the north one-half lots 3 and
4. block 18. Urigham's addition. Cor-1
dova. and the sum of $3,OUO in money
all his furniture and household effects '
of every nature in lieu of her wido.v's
award and dower int rest. To his son.
Joseph F. Reeves, the southwest quar
ter of the northwest quarter section 29
and the fractional half, of tlu; north-
east ejuarter. sectiem :o. township 20.
range two east. To his son. Fn-.lerick ;
Reeves, the west half of the southwest'
quarter of section "J I, township -I,
range two east. He also bequeathes'
$1,000 to his daughter. Melvina Var.de-',
burgh and a like amount to his grand
daughter, Jennie KeUlman. The resi
due of the estate is div'Jed equally j
among the five heirs nar.r-d. Mrs. .lulia ,
A. Reeves is named as executrix of,
the will without bond,
dated' Oct. 29. 1902.
The will is
Easter Cards and
THE large assortment is
melting rapidly away at
the low marked prices
Easter Cards. 1 j
fall colored Iv
Silver Crosses, Violet
Chickens and Rabbits.
AMCT Embroidered Lace, Gauze
Uele, and fine Cotton Hosiery
for ladies, great variety of
styles, priced. to suit every- OC
body, $1.25 and down to...JU
Children's Fancy Lace Hose, black
and colored, at 1 C0
Shoes for Easter
WE QUOTE special values In
Ladles' Oxford Ties.
Ladies' Patent Leather, Tan, Vici
Kid or Black Dongola, cheap at
$2.00. for C 1 CA
Easter 5 ttt
Others from $1.60
Misses' and Children's Bronvn or
Black Vici Kid Oxford Ties,
splendid values at 19
$1.50 and $ I tiid
Children's Strap Slippers in Taau
Red. Black and Patent Leather.
$1.50 down CQ
Fancy Kid and Patent Leather
Shoes and Oxford Ties for the
little folks, very pretty styles,
$1.50 down 75C
PECIAL SALE of beautiful Eas
ter Belts, newest shlrrings and
pleatings. materials are silks
and satins, white, black and
colors values 11.25 to $2.00,
Thursday. Friday and ti A A
Saturday we say w
FANCY VELVET PILLOW SLIPS
finished with tassel at corners.
Thursday afternoon, . QQf
The New Monarch
and Cluett Men's
PROBABLY two of the best
known and best fitting
shirts made. "We have just re
ceived the last shipment of
correct spring styles. Cuffs at
tached or detached, plain and
pleated fronts. If you want to
wear fancy shirts that are
ric-ht. buv from this line. 50
new patterns to choose
from at $1.45 and
DOZEN MEN'S NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS made of best quality
Madras. 1 pair cuffs. blues,
cray and tan. t nly. a Job that
we bouRht cheap, regular value
$1.00 while they
la.st, all sizes
EASTER EGGS Are best served
in the white and decorated egg
cups the Crockery Dept. Q
Is selling at
EASTER FLOWERS show to the
best advantage in the dainty
Glass Vases of varied shapes
that are selling 1 A
at 83c. 23c and lJ
jvTEW lot of Novelties in Ladies'
Colored Silk Rain-or-Shine
Umbrellas. beautiful natural
wood handles, colors and pat
terns to match the new gown
or shirt waist suit, $5.00, $3.47
Two Striking Silk
EVENTY-FIVE PIECES TAF
FETAS and MESSALINES In
plain and changeable colors
including white and cream
correct for linings, drop skirts,
waists, and full suits. 47l?f
choice per y..rd I V
1,000 YARDS 1.00 PURE DYE
BLACK taffetas. 24 inch"
wide, Thursday at
. 2: 30 p. m., yard
EASTER BOOKS Pretty white
bound books for Easter, values
18c to 25c
Bibles, handsome leather bindings,
all the helps, indexed, table,
etc. fl AC
Catholic prayer books. Key to
Heaven, etc.. big variety ;f
priced up from .,
Rosaries, pearl beads and crosse-,
SOo to $1.00 values, QQf
special Easter pii'e .... Owl
Book Dept.. 2d Floor.
Lundborg's famous perfumes.
HAND EMBROIDERED linen col
lars and stocks, all white, also
machine embroidered lines.
beautiful new goods
at 00c, 20c Jind
th GOc and 60c uz., 33C
Wood worth's carnation QCp
pink, oz 001
ioerner's assorted sachets, 0Q
40c value, per oz LvL
dbury's 25o 1 7
fuce powders ............ II V
valley, per oz.
p II 7 n
Correct Easter CSotMinMforMeini
JVejxrt S tin day to ill be Ecurter Sunshine and flotouers
make a pretty Easter combination. We're in full bloom of spring display of Suits, Top Coats, Hats.
Neckwear, and all sorts of "springy" things for Easter, bssides, our little prices and superior qual
ities create a smile of sunshine on the beaming countenances of well pleased patrons.
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Suits for Men
We are showing many styles in sin
gle and double breasted suits, $12
For quick selling we have priced
about 150 suits, in many pretty, neat
and new patterns, $15 values, at
Smart Suits in this season's new
est and most swagger effects, $18
Our finest lines of Men's Hand-tailored
Suits, equal to the best cus
tom tailoring, at about half the
made-to-order man's price,
$18. $20. $22
The most varied- assortment of
Men's Stylish Millinery ever shown
under one roof in Rock Island Soft
Stunning 3-ir.ch Four in-hand Eas
ter Ties, at
25c, 50c. 75c
Topper Top Coats.
$7.50 to $18
(vain or Shine Cravennetts,
$10 to $25
Correct Easter Vests,
$1 to $5
A fine line of Boys' Confirmation
Suits, known as our "Special Ef
A stunning line of Russian Blouse
Suits, Eton and Norfolk Suits,
$2.95 to $8.50
A pretty line of Sailor Suits in
Scotches and all colors in Serges,
with bloomer trousers, at
$2.95 to $6.50
Our Stand-the-test All Wool School
A beautiful Kaster
Tie with every pair
m - s ' '.
An Air Gun, a Base
ball Outfit, a Knife or
a Cap with every
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