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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL' 20, 1005,
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RABBI TO REMAIN
REV. FINESHRIBER MAKES WEL
COME ANNOUNCEMENT TO
At the Passover service at Temple
Emanuel, Davenport, last evening
Rabbi W. H. Fineshriber took occasion
to announce to the gathering which
the special service made representa
tive of almost his entire congregation,
including many from Rock Island, that
be had definitely decided to decline
the call which had come to him from
Des Moines, to succeed Rabbi Sonnes
chein and preside over Temple B'nai
Yeshurun of that city. The announce
ment was received with much pleasure
by his hearers, and will be read with
equal pleasure by the wider circle of
the rabbi's friends.
Rabbi 'Fineshriber has mailed his
definite declination tr the Des Moines
temple. The call there was a very
complimentary one, as Dr. Sonaes
chein, who retires there in the full
ness of years, in his prime occupier
about the same prominent, place in
the church as Rabbi Hirsch does in
the present day.
v Try a "Zibia."
Call for Improved Zazaro.
Fresh fish at Schroedor's.
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.
I. F. Cox, real estate and insurance.
Order your fish at Harris & Hess
Ix-ave orders for colored eggs for
Easter at Trefz & Co.'s.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
Candy eggs and Easter novelties of
every description at Trefz & Co.'s.
W. II. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746.
Plenty of fresh caught river fish to
morrow at Harris- & Hess Grocery
Trinity church choir will bold a sale
of Easter novelties at Crampion's book
store c day Saturday.
Dr. Barley, dentist, has hail 1 years
experience saving the natural teeth.
Room 5. M. & .. building.
Wall paper bonier sold by I lie roll
at same price as side wall hereafter.
P. .1. Iee. Il2!-l::i Second avenue.
All fish orders received before 9
o'clock tomorrow will be promptly de
livered. Harris & Hess Grocery coil:
Report your changes to Stone's city
directory, office northeast corner Sec
ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or
call up old 'phone 553 L.
Eric Von Kutzleben, who wrecked
the Rock Island limited near Maren
go, Iowa, Jan. 21, was reindicted for
murder in the first degree and train
wrecking. Fresh caught roe shad, trout, river
salmon, buffalo and carp at Harris &
Hess Grocery company's. New store.
Eighteenth street and Third avenue.
Buy your native wine and pure
grape brandy from Charles SchaefTer.
Seventeenth street. South Rock Island.
Address orders to Postoffice box 396
Rock Island, 111.
F. J. Bachman has embarked in the
dairy business and is prepared to de
liver pure, fresh, rich milk at 6 cents
a quart. Old phone 8C1 1 ring or drop
a card to box 3C6.
See the free bottle offer Mull's Grape
Tonic, the constipation cure, or send
this notice to Mull's Grap Tonic com
pany. "A" Rock Island, 111., and receive
large bottle absolutely free.
The Woman's Veteran Relief Union
will give an Easter entertainment Fri
day evening. April 21, in Memorial
hall at. the court house. Admission will
be 15 cents, including supper.
The Union Electric Telephone and
Telegraph company soon is to publish
a new tri-eity directory. It is now
in the press. The new book will con
tain over 5,000 names, it is stated.
The members of the federal petit
jury who were drawn for the Aprii
term of court in Peoria had a sof;
snap. They were discharged yester
day without being sworn to try a sin
gle case. This is unusual and the
business of the term of the court was
lighter than fo.' many years.
Though Genesco has decided to have
saloons the council has imposed new
restrictions upon them. It has passed
an ordinance t. keep all billiard and
pool tables out of saloons and raised
the malt license from $400 to 500.
Hereafter youths under 21 will not be
permitted to play pool or billiards and
those under S cannot bowl in thatj
Flowers for Easter, tea roses, vio
lets, American Beauties, mignonette,
fancy carnations, sweet peas, tulips
forget-me-not. daffodils, calla lilies, lil
liev of the valley, Easter liliies. nar
cissus and Easter plants, maiden hair
ferns, etc. We put out our flowers in
the latest style; lit for a queen. Order
at once and get the best. Rock Island
Flower store, C:',0 Twentieth street.
Both phones. I
SUIT FOR $10,000
BROUGHT BY ATTORNEY GENER
AL AGAINST MOLINE STONE
Failure to file report with the secre
tary of state in regard to membership
in any combination or pool is the basis (
for a' $10,000 suit filed in the circuit,
court against the Moline Stone com-1
pany, whose quarries are in the east-j
- T1- Tlimrt T" Ct. CHIT 1G
f I II part Ul 1 i. I v rv L -ii ai y. . -
brought by Attorney General W. H.
Stead for the purpose of collecting the
penalties provided for the failure to j
make these reports. Blanks are sent ;
to the various corporations, and they ;
are compelled to fill them out and re
turn them. The penalty is $50 a day.
WILL GET BACK GOOD NAME
R. E. Reede, Late Village Clerk, Hope
ful for Andalusia's Future.
R. E. Reede. of Andalusia, was in the
city today on business connected with
the Andalusia Memorial association or
ganized several months ago as an aux
iliary to the G. A. R. for the promotion
of local historical research, the pro
ceedings of which have been detailed
in The Argus. Mr. Reede has been
secretary of the association, and the
work appears to have halted after his
arrest as village clerk on charges of
forgery of a village order. Mr. Reede
states he has now withdrawn from the
association and other society interests
with which he has been connected, but
is hopeful that the work of collecting
historical data will not be allowed to
Concerning the charge of forgery
against him, Mr. Reede says it may be
best talked about when brought into
court. Commenting on the village go
ing dry Tuesday, he avers the latest
"periodical" conditions may slightly im
prove the ferry passenger traffic to
Buffalo: also that there may be some
damp cellars in Andalusia. In view of
the personnel of the new village board.
Mr. Reede is of the opinion that there
will not be any shirking of responsibil
ity in future, but that the new board
will enforce the evident will of the
people as expressed at the election,
taking orders from nobody and thus
eventually rehabilitating the good name
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
I was troubled with a distress in my
stomach, sour stomach and vomiting
spells, and can truthfully say that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets cured me. Mrs. T. V. Williams,
Laingsburg. Mich. For sale by all!
IN PRETTY SHOES AND
QUALITY CARRIED TO THE HIGHEST EXTREME. WE NEVER FAIL TO PLEASE PEOPLE OF GOOD TASTE WITH OUR EXCELLENT
LINE OF SHOES A COMPLETE NEW STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM. NOTHING CARRIED OVER. WE WATCH OUR STOCK, KEEP IT
MOVING, AND ALWAYS PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS BY SELLING THEM FRESH GOODS. COLORED OXFORDS AND COLORED TIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
The Designer of
Men's Fine Shoes
A Groat Line of S3.50
Shoes for Men.
How do you like the looks of this Ox
ford? This is the MacDonald & Kiley
make, the swellest yet. all patent colt,
a new last and a hummer; price, only
A beautiful Shoe, the Court Tie.
for ladies, in tan or black, price,
Oxfords for ladies .the kind that
wear and fit; all styles, all leath
Our line of men's $;;.5o Shoes or Ox
fords are all designed for this spring
and summer trade. Nothing old or out
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE RED CROSS NOISELESS SHOES AND OXFORDS FOR NURSES. EVERY NURSE SHOULD
SEE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT WE ARE SHOWING. WE PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE WANTS OF THE LITTLE
FOLKS AT OUR STORE.
1703 Second Avenue.
ALL CARS STOP IN
FRONT OF OUR STORE.
R.ock Island, 111,
A NEW CLOTHING STORE IN ROCK ISLAND
l (0 unit
OF ST. LOUIS. MO., WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS
At 1620 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
AS WE COME HERE ENTIRE STRANGERS. WE WISH TO INTRODUCE OURSELVES TO YOU AS OLD MERCHANTS IN THE CLOTHING AND SHOE BUSINESS.
This is not the only store that we own, as we are also in business in St. Louis, Mo., Litchfield, III., and Taylorville, III. Now ladies and gentlemen, the second point we wish to
impress upon your minds is that we come here to do a permanent business, and we have leased the store for a term of years. The reason we mention this is because we want you
to rely on what we say in this ad, as we all know talk is chea?, and a good deal can be said on paper. As we stated above, we will be open for business SATURDAY, APRIL
22. 1905, with a full line of MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES. We are aware of the fact that there
are plenty of clothing stores in the city of Rock Island, yet we find that trerc is plenty of room for us, and we will sell the Highest Grade of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes from 25 to 50 PER CENT LESS than other clothiers. We once more extend you a hearty invitation to give us a call on our opening day, SATURDAY,
APRIL 22, to look over our stock and learn our prices. This will give you sn opportunity to learn that the kind of a store you have been wishing for has come at last, as we
know the dollars are hard earned, therefore if you need anything in the line of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, you had better wcit until our open
ing day, SATURDAY. APRIL 22. You will please read the following price list carefully item by item.
Mrn'i Snl. nil l.r. in
Hsht rdark putlrrnn
Men'a nlta. In all !. CbriK.
Tnrrila or ir.lrii. fully ' QQ
mirth .our prior
;d Mrn' Milt", in fancy (anh
mrrrn. well mmlr. with n kx1 farm
er' natla lining. tliff rrert t y lea
f material to aeleet from. A Q(l
fully worth f'JVO. oar rl e r-JJ
linwd Men'a nlt. atrlctly all vr !.
( nubmrrr. rrne and Newt eh
Tneedit. fully worth ..-.. P. Ail
our prl-e U.TU
;ooi Men'a nlt. all wool Vorten.
ereea anil IHasoaaln. lined with all
wool aerae llaias. fully f OQ
worth lo. our prlee
A better (trade of !ere. Diagonal,
r rrark t layn. made up in the Went
of at lea. alnsle or doable breanted.
fully worth I3 to TQM
Men'a ulta In OiaKonaln, Vli-iinnm.
Srrcrs. all wool iiratntu, hand
made huttonholea. lined with ailk. or
antin! von never bought n better
auit for Hl or IH in on
our prire IU.UU
Our Inuig Men'a iH. from 15 to
2 jran. nre worth looklnK after,
are worth "O per -ent more than we
are arllinK them for. aa
2.50 up to 10 00
1.25 and 1.50
Ily' and f'hildrrn'a uita. from ."X to
1., jeara. a good auit 99C
A better one
A atrl"tly nil wool O Qf) n O RQ
nlt. 2 or :i-pieee . . "UU lU
Kit Bey aahmerea. f 'lay Wortiteda and
Sercea. Is 2 or 3 pteeea. 'orfolk or
l-aTtrf" 3.00, 3 50. 4.00
We are aafe in aaylna; that better
' Swlia were never aold In thla city at
any prlf-e. Main t'oata and Sprlnie
(iirrroala at aatoninhlngly low
.ol Worklnjt I'antM. vvorth CCn
l. oar price UJV
A better pnlr of 1'iinfa. la 22 differ
ent atylea to aelect from. QQn
! north !.. oar price wv
nearly all wool I'aiits, In dark or
llht ahadea. folly worth 1 OK
T', our price
atrlrtly all wool Pa at a. In orat
ed. I niboirrm and Tweeda. fully
worth at2.r0. our 1 Rfl
A bettr Krade of Xtrrmm I'anta. In
strictly nil wool aahmerea. are fully
worth per cent more than we aak
ftZ:m 2.00,2.50 3.00. 3.50. S4
Our Voutha' Panta are In propor
tion aa cheap.
Iloja' fvnee I'aata. alaea from 4 to
yenra. one lot of MM doxrn worth
from MH- to .!.'. IQn
Lot 2. 1M doxen Knee I'aata worth
from ',tH' to 7."k, our ",Xf i
w V I
. dosen of a better grade
Panta at. pair
Men'a Overall and Jumper, the
unual 5(lr grade, our 33C
7."ic grade, extra Overall
or Jumper, our price . .
Shirt are nlao worth rornllonioc
r-h7r0.r.k:. .19c, 23c, 25c, 38c
lrea hlrta. lanaderrd or unlaun
dered, in white or fancy pattern, arc
worth your inapectlon;
rrrm" 38c, 48c, 65c 98c
We alao carry a fall line of f'ollara
and I oti llneaj f'ollara. C
IIVI l elulloid ollara vis
good pair of Men'a
A better grade, fullv worth donlile
;,hrr..e 12c, 15c, 18c. 20c. 25c
Men'a i'lrrmra and Police
cckwenr at nhnnl one-half the
prl.-e you are uaed to paying.
Handkerchief Ited. white
or blue, only
IIKI Men I rnlirelln. the
.".tc klnil. for
IOO irlf-tlpenera .uual !
lietter I mlirrllaa ojunlly aa cheap.
H".e 4c. 6c, 8c, 10c. 12c, 15c
Oar line of Hnt and f'apa. to men
tion rn.-h tlc. nool-l take np more
room than we can inrn therefore,
it ia to joiir llrliaalaur to look them
over, aa price are half what you
hate been pa; lag.
Mow. we ltlah to Ifnpreaa upon onr
mind that we carry a gt.d a line
of Men'a. Iij a and blldren'a Mioea
aa any menchnnt Ira the city.
A good Men'a Solid Satin
( nlf Shoe for
good Men'a shoe In aolld
leal her f or
I'lae dreaa Shora for turn,
v Id. black. ruet or
patent leather for
Klne Dreaa boea fr Men. In patent,
t 'oronn. alt. clour t nlf, llox t 'alf.
t.oodycar welt. 2 0tj
lira 1 to , from
Hoya' Shoea jalcca S to
II. aad II to I, np from
blldren'a Shoe, nice
f to H. up from .... .
1.00 to 2.50
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, before you finish reading this, we wish to say that every article in our store is strictly UNION MADE GOODS, and we shall stand by it. Any article bought that is not as recommended, you can return and your money cheerfully
eef..oH.H a. ,k ' hec . .t. and we want vou to relv on what we say. Hoping you will give us a call on our opening day to learn our stock and prices. No trouble ta sh-w roods. Remember the opening will positively take place SAT-
URDAY, APRIL 22, 1905, at 1620 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III.
CUT PIOCE.' CLOTHING - SHOE CO.,
1620 Second Averwic, Building Formerly Occupied By Hess Bros. Grocery v ICOCK ISLAND. ILL.