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THE XRGUS. FRIDAY, JUXE 30, 1005.
Not Only Attractive
Prices, but also Attrac
On Wash Goods,
Goods ivnd Ok.ll
Light Dress Fab
Cit Price for
To Move Them Quick
and Attract Crowds.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS FOR
THIS DAY'S SALE.
Our So inch figured, dotted and
striped rot ton batiste, regular
l."c kind, we will sell for
Saturday, only lUC
Our 2"e organdies, in lace and
embroidery stripe, floral and
Dolly Vardcn figures, Sat- q
urday cial, only lOC
Bat in t. tripe Austrian crepe
waisting. eolors pink, tan. cream
and white, never lias sold at less
than r(tc per yard, to attract
trade for Saturday,
only, yard I 7 C
Mat Isle, best quality 20 inch
wide batiste, the regular ISc
finality, you can be attracted on
these goods Saturday, for iqi
per yard " I fcC
Mercerised f.ihrics, new patterns
just received, and to conform
with this Saturday sale, lOl
(instead of ISc) only lU jC
L'iHnch varietal d j.il. K, the
world oer Il'Uo per yard;
Saturday sale priee g
Fine lace and satin stripe Per
sian mulls and tissues, while
ground, embroidered in hltie.
green and black, i lots anil figur
ed. formerly sold at .oc. just half
price Saturday, n
Mohair lustre and embroidered
oiies, 17 inches wide, in mat
cheek, fine combination of har
monious colors, elegant wash
fabrics. S.Murday price
for, per yard
Extra batiste, extra fine quality
imported batiste, full IW inches
wide. In navy blue, b'ack and
tan. for this Saturday
sale, only, yard
I .( yards new foulards, just
oned. a wide range of colors
and patterns, pretty designs and
finished just like silk, we will
sell for Saturday, one n
l.Oed rakes Wrist ley's celebra
ted Palm Hath soap, " j
Saturday pale price OC
See our big fireworks display
in our annex, 1707 Second ave
nue. We have the goods and the
prices are very low.
Dig assortment of canes just -received.
Snake nest, jer box, r
Ww. upto-date dotted OC
Swiss, yd, l&c and 0C
New embroiderd Swiss, nr
yard. f.So aud oOC
New embroidered striped r
Swiss. yard IOC
Whft.. jhr.te.l liwiilrjia 4 1
clot Us. yard ... U v
Sheer India linons,
Corded Swiss, regular val- ri
ue IT'.i-c. sale price, yd IUC
TO LAKE GENEVA
Christian Association Men Attend
the Summer Con
BOYS'SESSION NEW FEATURE
Several from Here Will Attend Meet
ing of Volunteer Workers Earl
Leaves July 5.
E. C. Earl, physical director of the
V. M. C. A. leaves July 5. to attend
the physical directors' and secretaries'
conference, at Lake Geneva, and will
remain until July 2S. Ueneral Secre
tary I,. L. McDonald will attend the
boys' conference, and also the Volun
teer Workers' meeting He leaves
July 28, and will be out of the city un
til Aur. 14. A number of young men
of the local association are contem
plating attending the meeting for vol
unteer workers, but have not conipiet-
OF HIGH CLASS GROCERIES.
FRUITS, ETC., THE TRI
CITIES HAS EVER KNOWN.
Saturday and Monday we of
fer the following high grade ar
ticles at prices that speak vol
umes: Reid, Murdock & Co.'s "Club
House" and "Everbesf olives,
finest selected large queen
olives, 9(c bottles, full 32 oz.,
for Ge, and the 05c bottles full
22 ounce for 39 C
100 bushels new potatoes In
the face of a big advance, we
will sell 10 bushels new pota
toes, prices everywhere from 2t
to 3c, at per peck 10c
Fancy Lemons We bought 23
cases extra nice lemons way un
der price, they are worth Cue
doz., but for Saturday and Mon
day we will sell these at per
Pineapples Finest, large Indian
river pineapples, limit of 2 to a
customer, at each IOC1
Spring Chickens We have 250
extra fine spring chickens, just
the right sizes now prices the
Watermelons Full 100 of them
in our big cinder, they are very
line now, we give them to you
cold, saves your ice.
Fancy Michigan Strawberries,
they are fine.
Blueberries, the first of the sea
son, quality will not be IxMter
Baskets of assorted fruits
Nicely put up in fancy basket,
just the thing for picnics these
are Very splendid at 50f
The buying public are fast
learning that the quality is al
ways the best, and that they can
save money, too. by trading at
this market. Get your orders in
early as possible. We want sat
Harris & Hess
Grocery Co .
Cor. Eighteenth st., & Third ave.
Old 'l'buor 4.-.H nail 4.-.T.
'I'fcoor aad SS23
July 2d. 3d and 4th
$1 Round Trip
Between D&vchport and Clinton.
50 Cents Rxmnd Trip
TO MISSISSIPPI PARK FROM DAV
ENPORT OR CLINTON.
TICKETS GOOD TO RETURN UN
TIL JULY 10.
I. & I. RAILWAY
FIREWORKS AT MISSISSIPPI
PARK JULY 4. FINE PLACE TO
SPEND THE DAY. .FARE ON CARS
INCLUDES ADMISSION TO PARK.
TRY IT AND TELL YOUR
FRIENDS HOW YOU ENJOYED THE
ed their plans 83 yet. -Thjcamp is
open to visitors at all times during the
summer, and each year is proving
more popular with the young men of
the central west.
PiPat (oonw Cttarladrtl.
The first of the courses at the sum
mer session of the Y. M. C. A. Institute
and Training school, at Lake Geneva.
Wis., has just been concluded. This
conference and institute was. for stud
eiit workers, and was a great success.
The next session, which continues
from July 4 to July 2S, will be for
physical directors and secretaries.
From July 2,S to Aug. 3. the conference
and institute for boys and boys work
ers w ill be held. This is the main fea
ture of the summer session, being an
entirely new department in the middle
west. The Volunteer Workers, city,
town, raiiway, and industrial associa
tion conference will be held from Aug.
4 to Aug. 13. and will be followed by
the sessions of the V. M. C. A. city
Workers' conference and institute.
This will conclude the summer's session.
TO REST HERE
Ceremonies for Wife of First Mayor of
Rock Island Party Arrives in
The funeral rites over the remains
of the late Mrs. Martha Barrett, who
died at her home in Chicago Tuesday,
were held in Chippiannock cemetery ;
this morning, the party leaving thej
Rock Island station at 9 o'clock. The'
pall bearers were Phil Mitchell, E. II.'
tluyer, David Don, Charles Case, F. B. !
Hawes, and DavTd Xoftsker. j
Rev. D. I MeNary. of the United j
Presbyterian church made a few re
marks at the grave, which was beside'
the place w here the remains of her 1
husband, the first mayor of Rock Isl-'
and, lie. The ceremonies were brief, j
a funeral service having been held at
the late home in Chicago yesterday. j
The funeral party arrived at C j
jociocu in me private car or iiarvin i
j llugbitt and returned at 12:55 this af-.
; lernoon. In the party were Mr. and
i Mrs. Marvin Hughltt and daughters,
; Mrs. C. L. Frost and Mrs. A. I. Grang
er; Miss E. C. Barrett, the daughter
'with whom Mrs. Barrett was living;
Mrs. II. D. Post, granddaughter.
Cut Off Portion of Main Line from the
Galesburg Division Small Ad
dition Is Made.
Announcement has been made of the
change in the boundaries of the C, B.
&. Q. divisions. The change Tesults in
cutting off a large portion of the main
line from the (lalesburg division, which
includes Rock Island, and annexing it
to the Aurora and the Ot turn wit divi
sions. Formerly the Galesburg divi
sion included the main line from Gales
burg to Burlington. Hereafter the
main line from Clyde to the Galesburg
yard limit will be a part of the Aurora
division, and the main line from the
yard limit to Burlington a part of the
Ottumwa division. Following is the
(dlicial description of the new Gales
burg division Galesburg station, from
Galesbun? to Quiney; Galesburg to
IVoria; Galva to Gladstone; Buda to
Rushville; Galesburg to Savanna;
Barstow to Fast Clinton, via Daven
port; Den rock to Sterling; Kent on to
The district between Den rock and
Sterling is the only addition in the
new Galesburg division, and this is tak
(ii from the Aurora division.
THE HOME OF
THIS IS NOT A CLOSING OUT SALE OF OLO SHOP WORN GOODS. THESE ARE THE FACTS: WE HAVENT THE ROOM TO CARRY A
FULL LINE OF SHOES SO HAVE DECIDED TO HANDLE MEN'S SHOESONLY SO MUST CLOSE OUT MY LINE OF LADIES', MISSES',
BOYS', YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. IN ORDER TO DO THIS WE WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LEADING BRANDS OF
FINE SHOES AND OXFORDS AT LESS THAN COST.
WE ALSO HAVE A FEW LINC3 OF MEN'S FINE SHOES AND OXFORDS WE WISH TO CLOSE OUT, AND WILL SELL SAME AT.
LESS THAN COST. ALL THESE GOODS ARE NEW AND CLEAN, UP-TO-DATE IN STYLE AND BOUGHT FOR THIS SEASON'S TRADE. .
BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS:
Men's calf and vici
kid lace and Blucher
cut. price was
Indies' patent leather
was $2, now.
WE HAVE COME TO ROCK
AND PRICES RIGHT.
WORK IS RESUMED
Structural Iron Arrives for Aque
ducts of Hennepin Canal
at Green River.
BIG GANGS ARE EMPLOYED
L. L. Wheeler Promoted to Have
Full Charge of the Con
struction. Work has been resumed on she Hen
nepin canal and feeder. A large ship
ment of structural Iron work has ar
rived and big Kangs of men have begun
placing it on the aqueduct nf the feed
er across Green river, also on the
aqueduct at Green Hiver Station on the
main Hue of the new waterway.
The iron had been delayed in ship
ment for some time, causing a general
shut down of the work all along the
line during the last few weeks. No
more delays are looked for until the
tntire cana; and feeders are completed.
Unny With l'la.
While things have been at a stand-f-till
outside, the olliee force has been
busy, aud the plans ami specifications
for the new government building have
been completed. The work was sent
to the Chicago office with recommenda
tion that the work be adverli.-d for
lontract. If there is no change made
in the plans it will not be long till
work will be begun on the building on
the "north end of the feeder.
Capt. L. L. Wheeler has recently
been promoted and is now in full
charge of the work on the main line
of the canal as well as the feeder. He
is not feeling very jubilant over the
promotion, for it was not accompanied
by any increase in salary.
DEDICATED TO PRESS CLUB
Chiarfarelli Writing March to Be Play
ed First July 10.
Manfredi ChiafTarelli, leader of the
famous Italian band which appears la
Davenport at Schuefzen park during
the week beginning July 9, is writing
a new march which will be dedicated
to the Trinity Pre&3 club. It will be
played for the first time the evening of
July 10, when it 13 planned to have the
club present as invited guests. An ch
pecially fine program Is being prepar-
U-d for this evening. Master John Van
Patten Swiney, the boy soprano, be
ins engaged to appear. The prr S3 club
JULY 4th TOGGERY
Weather Suits, Mohair or Pongee Silk
low Collars, cool Underwear and Fancy
All New Goods at Prices that are Right.
V 1 I I .
. i tV
Ladies Ian and patent
vici kid and
Men's vici kid
was $3.25, now
Child's soft sole
shoes, all colors
Men's patent colt skin
button and lace shoes.
ISLAND TO STAY, AND IF THE PEOPLE WILL GIVE US A TRIAL THEY
NICM TONCICM, 1803 Second
will meet on that evening and dine to
gether. Tho ChiaQ'arclli band will render
several numbers in this city the morn
ing of July 10, permission having been
granted to occupy the baud stand in
Sjiencer square. Following this there
will be a free street parade.
No need to fear sudden attacks of
cholera infantum, dysentery, diar
rhoca, or summer complaii.t, if you
have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry in the medicine, chest.
EVER HELD IN' THIS STORE WILL. BTART TOMORROW. 1.000
STRICTLY NEW SPRING AND SUMMER SKIRTS WILL BE PLAC
ED ON SALE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ,
Everything that is new is here. Panama
Cloths, Cheviots, Mohairs, Voiles, TafTeta
Silks, Broadcloths, Brilliantincs and Home
spuns, represented in every shade, black,
brown, cream, navy, green, tan, champaync,
etc., also fancy mixtures, Shepherd checks,
stripes and plaids, all arc just right weight
for summer wear.
N t a Skirt in this mtlre assortment but v. hat wo d-tlK-T'l f'r
tM i a.-on'.-i w ar. Th t-ktrts are arrm.ee 1 syi UniatUally on ra Us and
tho f rices start at
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98,
$5.98, $6.98, $8.98
up to $14.98
In rrmy InstdncH the prl - s don't (, ri r t tTv cart r.f tie mitirUI
never offered before to purcha-tf rj'h skirls us tii-ot; at ttu.- above prices. .
Don't fjil to fett.;.d tfcU .San?
To the Wearers of Fine
Shoes in the Tri-Cities
Ladies' vici kid, welt
and light weight soles.
Oxfords, was $3 qq
Ladies vici kid shoes,
all shapes toes anil
Men's low tan and pat
ent colt skin Oxfords,
SHOT IN THE LEG
First of the Fourth of July Accidents
Recorded Penn Tank Team
Runs Away at Noon.
George Goltlieb. son of Simon Gott
lieb. !".::". Twenty llrst street, was acci
dentally shot late esterday afternoon,
this being tine of the first Fourth of
Indies' vici kid Ox
fords, was $1.50,
Ladies tan and vici
kid lace shoes, all
nhape heels and to"S,
was $3.50, O QQ
Men's vici kid Oxfords
WILL FIND OUR GOODS
Ave. Rock Island
July accidents recorded. The bullet
lodged In his leg, but was taken out,
and lie is getting along all light. The
boy Is aliont S years of age and wa3
playing with a son of W. D. Weaver.
neighbor, who is about I he same age,
and the pistol that discharged the bul
let was in the hands of his playmate.
Energy all gone? Headache? Stom
ach out of order? Simply a ease of
torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters
will make a new man or woman of
1 14-1 1G Wast
fi Vi. Iff
An orpertunlty Ilka this wa r.t '
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