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ITHE 2BH3T7S. SXTURDY, 'AUGUST 5, 1905.
THE WARNING IS WORTH HEEDING
TRI CITIES SHOULD TAKE UNITED ACTION TO PREVENT, IF POSSI
BLE, A FURTHER DECREASE IN MANUFACTURING AT
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL,
ARE IN BAD SHAPE
THAT'S SURE ENOUGH
TIME TO BE DOING
TRIUMPH IN TERMS
Rock Island Contractor Signs Agree
ment With Striking Em-ployes.
MAY YET KNOCK OUT THE ASPHALT
SERIOUS CONTENTION BETWEEN FIFTEENTH STREET PROPERTY
HOLDERS BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS RE
FERS MATTER BA CK TO COUNCIL.
The Argus has spoken heretofore of
the continued reduction in the number
of men employed at Rock Island arsen
al, owiny to the disposition of the ord
nance department to permit the '.work
that it has bi-en the cu.-'om to manu
facture at the arsenal going to private
It Is a subject. assuredly, in which
the people of Rock Island are naturally
interested, one in which they should
bestir themselves, through the local
representative bodies, and through the
proper channels of influence at the na
Perhaps no betier or more signifi
cant view of the situation could be pre
scn!Hl than is contained in rhe follow
ing conin.unir;:! i;,n v.'.Jc1.: was handed
In to Th- Argus today by one of thf
best knoAi) u:ei: eiiipl.iyefj at the ar
I linf to ! mr I lilDtf .
Rock Island. A us. Z. Editor Argus:
In your i.- w.-i columns of Ans. .
was stat'd that a farewe.l re
cepti'in was t.ven fur 1" for
mer ii.plos of Rock Island
arsenal, wh'i w-r" afum: to lc-ave the
trJ-cities. bavins; l laid off for lack
of work. 1' ha.- also i -ii freely stated
in your columns tb.it tin reduction of
the force i inpoy ;it the sirs'-nal
would b- cunt in iif ;1 and that the work
heretofore done there would be fiiven
to private cunt
of fliis count r
cernjit ri s.
Isn't ii a'weir
men of i In ; !. 1 1
do FOlliel hit;-'.'
ictors'. Mi other parts
an 1 veil to foreign
i 1 1 1 - for lli'' business
ii its to w al;e ui and
Tin- workmen who are
FUfl IS FLYING
Along Republican Cr ngressicnal
SHOW-DOWN NEXT WEEK
With the approach of the wek tor
the first show .1 , n m 1 1 1 - struggle for
the roniMes.s; iu;! n. en i i.a t i. n ;n Rock.
Island county, tin preliminary skir
mish In two n ('. J. Searle and V. (i.
Allen becomes t'io mote In ated and
fierce . Mr. All- n. bavin-.', the situation
practically sewed up in Mobm. accord
ing to tlx: Molitu- idea, "where a citizen
of Moline i-i involved." is biisv attempt
ing to bteak down t'.ie Searb' strong,
holds iu the R -k bland man's homo
city. That Hie "bar 1" h.i.i at last been,
tapped is pieiiy well hbowTi in the char
acter of the Mime of I lie support that
has been won over to the Molnie rand!
date's way of ta nking within the past
week. Mr. Si aide in bis speech at the
corner of Fourth avitpii- and Twenty
third street list night indulged tn a
rallying cr to the members of bis par
ty to stand by I be Koosevelrian pol'cy,
as many republicans have been p: as.i
to term it. of a "square deal." and the
abhorrence of the influence of the cor
jMiratlon inti rests. Mr. Searle atta'-l-ed
the1 plow comb n:tt!on. and preached
pretty good tariff reform doctrine when
be declared th.U plows are being sold
cheaper to the fanners in the Smt'i
American countries than thev are i:i
America. The removal of tb, condi
tions which made this possible reposed.
Mr. Searle said, in upholding the course
of President Roosevelt. The inference
to be drawn from the speech was that
it was to !- a show down in Kock Isl
and as to how far SarV could hold flic
t'-i - ':Xa
laid off can get work easily enough
elsewhere and sro leaving rapidly, but
the bushes men will ftotlc tho loss.
This talk about closing up JlfJCk Isl
and arsenal cannot be taken too seri
ously a number of arsenals in the
United States have already been clos
ed, and Frankfort arsenal is the latest
to feel the effect of tho new policy, the
manufacture of shells for army uaa
having been taken from that arsenal
and given to private contractors, and
the arsennT closed down.
Worth l.ooklnic lt.
Why do not the business men of the
trl-cities endeavor to find out why the
government is allowing high priced ma
chinery and building and the enormous
writer jov.tr of the Mississippi obtain
ed at Kreat cost to He Idle while buy
ing the material for army Uso which
has been and can be made mere as
cheaply aj anywhere on earth, and un
less there is some very good reason
for it to protest and continue to pro
test until Rock Island arsenal is made
w hat it ought to be the factory for the
supply everything used by the Unit
ed States army.
Work f Man) 1 ran.
It has: taken many years and much
work to get this arsenal established
here, frequently in spite of opposition
in many inlluential quarters, and If is
most important to the welfare of the
tri-cities and it would seem that there
ought to be organized effort to keep it
running at its fitll capacity so long as
the need for war material manufactur
ed there exists'.
AN ARSENAL. EMPLOYE.
warring elements of his party to the
Proxperl of Fierce fight.
The primaries the coming week
promise to be the most bitterly con
tested of any ever reld in the history
of the party, locally speaking. Judg
ing from the night session in the doc
tor's office, the remnants of the blast
ed l.owden clement, with ail that char
acterized it. are being skillfully sewed
together, and barrels of anti-toxine are
being applied with vigor in hopes of
producing resnsciiative. effects sn'fi
clent to the prolongat ion of the l.fe
struggle for another week at least.
invtn thr ltlrl-t.
Outside of Itock Island county the
situation has not changed materially
from what has been the apparent as
pect for Mime time. The lower cud
comliinat ion still holds, and James Mc
Kinney, of Mercer county, seems to
hold the ley. Whether it is wrested
from him by "ol. Rankin, of Warren,
seojnx to involve a question of more
importance than what Rock Island
county may do. At all events the spirit
back of the field against Rock Island
Las not he-n materially weakened.
How far this phase of the republican
tight may be changed by future devel
opments remains to be told.
Insure with McKee.
Zibia lighted delighted.
Zazaro is there, call for it.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Lloyd's clearing sale. Aug. 1.
Are you going? IJoyd's sale.
$10 pananias. $::..r.u, Lloyd's sale.
Tri City Towcll Supply company.
It's a shame Lloyd s cut prices.
Cut flowers at Young & McCombs'.
Drop in not the river at Lloyd's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Attend the picnic at Huber's garden
Roses, ft ins, asters at Young & Mc
Combs". Tins hot weather take a cool, delight-
BEAL & SCHIYIITT,
Illinois Thentre Building,
1600 S cond Av..
Delayed Relaying of Second Avenue
Street Car Tracks Causes
The complaints that are constantly
beard of the dilapidated condition of
the Second avenue tracks of the Tri
City Railway company are not without
reason. There Is not a worse piece of
track in the three cities than Second
avenue between Fifteenth and Twenti
eth, and there. is not a more traversedJ
tretch of street railway. The Tri-City
Railway company has had a portion of
the rail on the ground for this improve
ment for some time, and has been
promising all summer to have it put in.
As a matter of fact the rails through
Second avenue should have been relaid
in preference to Third avenue, and if
th2 company is" anxious to put a stop
to an annoyance in the way its cars
bump through the main streets, it will
have this Improvement put in before
ful ride to the Watch Tower. You'll
Cut flowers cheap at Young & Mc
Now for cut roses, asters, all colors,
ferns. Young & McCombs.
Women's $2.f. low shoes next week
for $1.48 a pair at McCabe's.
$3.50 straw hats $1. Wear a Kno
any straw hat $1 at Lloyd's.
Come and have a good time at Hu-
ber's Garden, Sunday, Aug. 6.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
W. H. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 574C.
Complete change of moving pictures
at the Watch Tower tomorrow. Every
body is going.
A midsummer sale of furniture, car
pets, etc., at McCabe's which you can't
afford to ignore.
Don't miss the moving pictures at
the Watch Tower every evening. Com
plete change each week.
Miss Hallie Allen McCrory will be
soloist at the Broadway Presbyterian
church tomorrow morning.
Room size rugs of all kinds. The
finest display to be seen in the three
cities. Clcmann & Salzmann.
Our prices on rugs are guaranteed to
be the lowest. See our line of Bundhar
Wiltons. Clemann & Salzmann.
Some half dozen striking values from
McCabe's house furnishings depart
ment makes good reading in today's ad.
Pat I.ney. a drunk, was picked up j
by Officer Brinn last evening and was
assessed one and costs by Magistrate
Take an afternoon ride to LeClaire
Sunday on steamer Columbia;- leaves
at 2:15 p. ni. Gems. 35c. ladies. 25c '.
in Black Hawk addition
b,i sold at nnblic auction at the
court house Monday afternoon, August
7, at 2 o'clock.
. Now for the wash dresses at Mc
Cabe's, with a large part of the season
still before us and the prices down
clear to the bottom.
Crand picnic given by the Oak Leaf
club Sunday, Aug. (, at Huber's gar
den, afternoon and evening. Admis
sion, 10 cents; ladies free.
The Bundhar Wilton rugs that we
handle cannot lie duplicated anywhere
at our prices. It will pay you to see
this line. Clemann & Salzmann.
Co to the natural beauty spot of the
tri-cities Black Hawk's Watch Tower.
You'll be delighted. Plenty ef amuse
ment. No intoxicants, no rowdyism.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi. 7"C Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 59.
Master in Chancery Frank H. Kelly
will sell some fine lots at public auc-
t i HI to the highest and best bidders
Monday afternoon. Aug. 7, at 2 o'clock.
The Ladies of the G. A. R. w:ll g:ve
a eard party Tuesday afternoon. Aug.
K. at Memorial hall, in the court house.
Admission, 15 cents, including refresh
ments. We are certain that for prices and
quality our room size rugs cannot be
duplicated. No trouble to show goods.
Call and see the line. Clemann & Salz
mann. Buy your native wine and pure grape
brandy from Charles Schaeffer, Seven
teenth street. South Rock Island. Di
rect orders to P. O. Box 39, Rock Isl
T.ie finest and largest display of fur
niture in this section is to be found at
Clemann & SaVzmann's. It will pay
you to visit this store and look over
The strict railway conductors of
Rock Island will give an excursion to
Elgin. III.. Thursday. Aug. 17. 19o5. via
the C. M.-& Si. P, railway. Everyone
At the court house Monday after
noon. Aug. 7, at 2 o'clock, two nice lots
in Black Hawk addition will be sold at
public auction by Master in Chancery
Frank II. Kellv.
t the court house Monday after
noon. Aug. 7. at 2 o'clock, two nice lots
in Black Hawk addition will be sold at
public auction by Master in Chancer'
Frank H. Kelly.
Optical. L. S. McCabe & Co. stand
squarely behind every transaction in
their optical department. Dr. Myers'
work has proven so satisfactory that a
complaint is almost unknown.
Some fine lots will go to the highest
and best bidders at the court house,
Monday afternoon, Aug. 7, at 2 o'clock.
Various Things That the Mayor
Should Get Mov
ing. DELAY IN REAL NEEDS
Fire Department Adjuncts Are First
Too Many Loose Ends in Ad
ministration. There are a great many loose ends
in Mayor McCaskrin's administration
that he ought, with the co-operation of
the council, to gather up pretty soon if
he wants the first summer of his in
cumbency of the executive chair to
show materially in substantial aceom
As has been frequently remarked in
these columns, the permanent disposi
tion of the head of the fire department.
and the selection of a responsible
chief of police, would, if the right men
are selected go a long ways toward
stimulating public confidence in the ef
ficiency of the present mayor.
Mr lay in Providing RtiMrntlnlw.
Then there are many other things
that are developing into subjects of a
policy of procrastination as the days
speed by. Chief among these are the
fire department essentials, in the
alariu system for which the people
have been crying for years, and the
aerial truck, the need of which has
been so often shown. Both these requi
sites were promised by Mayor iMcCask-
rin at the outset of his administration,
and are still promised. The hope in
both instances is cheering, but there
is an old story of the constitutional ef
fects of hope too long deferred.
The necessity of a new pump at the
waterworks, is one that botn the mayor
and council must face. So that with
the absolute needs to the protection of
tax payers and citizens generally so
clearly shown, there does not seem to
be the occasion for the mayor to take
ujion bis shoulders too many of the re
sponsibilities that under the ordinan
ces belong to capable subordinates, or
to go about lookfnji for new fancies.
' The more logical course would seem to
repose in cleaning up the necessary
things and in doing it now.
t oulll H- lulckl Settlrd.
It ought not to be necessary to waste
time in the matter of the proposed
street railway passenger pavilion in
combination with the Market square
weighmaster's quarters. The question
is a simple one. If accomodations are
to be provided for patrons of the street
cars, the Tri-City Railway company
should build the structure or provide
the money for its construction un
der the direction of the city and
present it to the
There ought to In
tions involved in such a transac
tion and no abandonment of city prop-
erty either by lease or otherwise
the city is disposed to mane a reason
able provision such as would insure its
joint use by other railways, suburban
or otherwise, that might be well and
good, but if a street car waiting room
is built it is the duty of the street car
company to do it. This is a matter
that ought to be readily settled. If the
railway company is unwilling to re
spond, the scales ought to be restored,
and without delay.
A few important things at a time,
properly attended to, leaving petty de
tails for departmental disposition,
would help along amazingly toward a
creditable administration of municipal
Fair tonight and Sunduy cooler to
nlKbt. Thr oorlhnmtrrn utorin center ha
a - . 1 I 1. I a, .anil
iniovrd riminnrn iw .--..
't,r net rruillnit In the Miuthrrn le.
prrxxlon In reported from J'konvllle,
Ibmr riUturbnufen have -nuied nhow-
rrn nnd thuDilrrMornm In the MUnourl
and iper MInnImIupI vallrya. the lake
rrfc-on unri on the itulf and Atlantic
-oiiMtM. The following heavy ralnx nrr
reported In luche. Jacksonville, Kla.,
,.!; KuomviUe. Tenn., 2.4t St. Pnul
lllnn.. 1.72. The rnln at St. Paul
nrrompnnled by a violent nlndiiloriii
dnrlnK which the velocity roue to ttu
Milieu per hour.
Wnrin weatbe continue over niont
of the country rant of the Ilocklea, with
minirnhat blicher temperature In aouth
em and eaatern Iowa.
J. M. SHKHIKH. Obaerver.
p. ui., IH.
74; at 3:341
For further particulars inquire of Mas
ter in Chancery Frank H. Kelly.
The Epworth league meeting at the
First M. E. church tomorrow evening
will discuss "Echoes from the Inter
national Convention at Denver." An
interesting session is anticipated.
Auction! Auction! Two fine lots in
Black Hawk addition will be sold at
public auction at the court house Mon
day alteration, Aug. 7. at 2 o'clock by
Master in Chancery, Frank H. Kelly.
The ambulance was called on yester
day afternoon to remove William Mc
Grath who was in a weakened physical
condition, and had become affected by
the heat, to his home at Thirteenth
s'reet and Fifteenth avenue.
The degree team of the Court of
Honor, No. 31. of Rock Island, will give
a dance at the Watch Tower, Wednes
day evening. Aug. 9. All friends of the
court are cordially invited.
A contract was signed last evening
by the Electrical Workers' union and
Contractor Bert Wasson. of this city,
and today the men, who have been on
a strike several weeks, returned to
work, and the shop will be taken from
the unfair list of the Tri-City Labor
congress. The contract grants the
men everything they were- asking, in
cluding an eight-hour day and an in
crease to 35 cents an hour. The action
taken by Mr. Wasson in signing up
with the union is expected to have its
effect on some of the other contract
ors, and it is expected that the strike
will soon be brought to a close.
Of the Tri-City contractors Louis
Corry, of Davenport, signed the agree
ment a week ago, and the Iowa Electric
company made terms some time ear
lier. There were about 30 men who
went out in the first place and by the
signing- of agreements 10 have gone
back to work, while an equal number
have left the tri-cities and found em
Another influence that will be
brought to bear on the contractors will
be the action of the Building Trades'
council next Monday evening, when, it
is expected that the council will take
action favorable to the interests of the
electrical workers. The men are
much elated over the settlement of the
difficulty with Mr. Wasson. and natur
ally are well pleased with their success
in securing the conditions asked. At
Monday's meeting of the Trades coun
cil Vice President Kirby. of the Nation
al Trades' organization, will be present,
and will address the council.
Young Lady Returns.
Acquaintances of Miss Margaret
Wped. dauuhter of Rev. S. H. Weed.
formerly of Colona, were given a bad
scare over her disappearance early in
the week. Yesterday she returned to
her home in Monmouth. She had been
visiting in Beardstown.
monSpay AT 9
A;M'.and till 'sold,
choice, of all 10c.
12c.-15c. 18o and
25c wash goods onv
the big cepiter tables,
yard, (S I
7a and ua
J-,Inen Dept. Specials
pieces 72-lnch wide heavy
JTnbleached Table' Linen. wide
open borders with plain center 'and
smalCflgureB. reg-ular $L00 .quality;
for tbreeiday.s at tbo special 70IA,
price of. ier yard
A pcialtln of Towels avt 19cJeach.
About10 dozen in.all; tonvelaworth
up to 33c each assorted huck
and damtask; while
they last, each
IVfONDAY and Tuesday all day,
ll 40-lnch'nne BrownPlUow Cas
ing, worth 9e, Zn
at. yard 'Jlc
None at wholesale, but retail
wants will be supplied.
Cotton Batts, good value
at 10c. all week, roll , ..DC
Fancy Comforter Prints, worth 7c
yard. Monday andhintil 'XIZ
sold, yard 2c
Women's Low Shoes
jipVERAL lines of Women's Low
Shoes. In patent leather, tan
and black kid. pptendld values,
worth1 up to $2.60. Some sises
missing1. or the price would not be
down 011 Monday to 11.48. Take
what we have until
sold, all at
( v 11
MidSumixier Sale of Furniture & Carpets
The strongest argument for your tharp attention lies in these great values. Read
carefully these irresistibly low prices:
M0?mmreRdoar 111 "2?X3 Carpet Remnants darlor s.t.. (3 pieces.
110 00 vXeTfor ak.' S6.95 HNE quick decisive CUt to ,jr3 cha'""- upbo.ster.-d In
V c!ear Jut tha Season's $23.50 value for $16.95
Ladles' Dressing Tables, made of remnants
quartered oak. with French pattern in?raln carpets of the highest aual- Princess Dressers, n',k' or bird's v-
plate mirrors, $10.00 dj- ity, Bold as high as 73c per yard in maPle- w,th ,ar8 trench tfQ Q7
yalucs, for J0.J lengths 2 to 10 yards, plate mirrors J).OX
Alf-VooI Smyrna Rugs,' 30x60 HruwJf Carpets,' 'i ilj' to' 10 yard B pvnport, full sire, oak frame.
inched in rich Oriental and floral lengths, per . j ,nt: $13.75
designs? this QQ 2?r.a J tUC ,
time "OC ?;e,y.et an A-xmlriKter Carpets, Go-Carts. strong and durable, with
handsome high pile fabrics. $1.25 T-x bodies, $4 50 fii it
Extra quality Brussels Rugs, 9x12 values, l 1-2 to 10 yard , CQJ values, nt
feet CfX Ati leng,h8' rer yarcl '...fcOCf -
onlv Jlt.4D ...1.. . Tete-a-Teto Swing Chairs, were
' Mattings, Japanese Mattings, fine $9.25. tfC QC
Velvet Rugs, 9x12 feet, a high grade "weave. cotton warps and carpet now' &D.JD
. , , , . , otgns. enlivening f c
fabric In Oriental and floral effects; j.rlr. yard 1 DC Pedestal Extension Tables, circular
Midsummer Sale fclQ 7 Sanitary Stel Folding a tops. goldn oak CO QeC
price ,.JX Bed Couches, sale price . . . finish ?i,JD
NOW FOR WASH DRESSES
THOSE exquisite dainty gar-
merits that have sold so free
ly this year, with a large part
of the season still before us, will
co on a price basis not beforc -
heard of in this vacinity.
Sale begins Monday
at 9 o'clocK and continues
evory day and every minute of
every day until these wash suits
If you are not interested we
shall be glad to see you just the
same for we know you can't
help getting interested when
you see the goods and hear the
White India IJnon Wash
Suits, a dollar apiece
Wash Suits, embroidery and lace
trimmed, worth $2 75 to CO 11
' It begins to look as though the same
old mysterious influence is at work In
Rock Island to prevent the city from
making a test of asphalt pavement.
Fifteenth street property holders from
Twelfth to Eighteenth avenues have
been under the Impression that they
are to have their choice of material in
the improvement of their street, but
today's developments have rendered it
doubtful whether they will or not.
This morning the board of local im
provements met at the city hall for the
purpose of passing on the bond of
George E. Bailey, who, as agent for the
property holders, had been awarded
the contract on the assurance that by
this means a saving of 10 per cent
could be affected over the cost of the
improvement under the terms of the
McCarthy Improvement company, of
Davenport, which had previously been
tentatively given the work. The read
ing public is familiar with the history
of the case, the facts having been pub
lished in detail in The Argus.
Security in Offered.
Mr. Bailey offered ample security for
the sum of IS.Oou. which had been fix
ed as the amount, of his bond and it
was expected that the signing of the
contract would follow, the time in
which, under the law. Mr. Bailey must
close the deal expiring today. Other
wise the contract reverts to the McCar
thy people. ,But there were represen
tatives of the various interests at the
meeting and the question of the cor
rectness of the original specifications
was raised in issue, some advancing
the argument that no binder had been
provided for and that the Thomas J.
Peters company, of Chicago, to which
Mr. Bailey expected to sublet the con
tract, did not mean to put to use a bind
er in the work.
For the information of those who are
not familiar with the term it should
be stated that the binder is a specially
prepared material used between the
JCZr, - i a
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RULI laiawMlMtiJ! ftab
Doing a thing better than
others is what make reputa
tion. There are a dozen reas
ons why our Optical Depart
ment is becoming so promin
ent Dr. Myers, a thorough, up-to-date,
experienced eye spec
ialist in charge, that's one.
A most complete equipment
of scientific instruments, with
which to make examinations,
A convenient and perfectly
arranged room for testing the
Pleasant waiting and con
A full, well rounded optical
stock to select from, and so
forth and so on.
Examination of eyes, con
sultation and advice free.
Bf-auttful Wash Prf-spes. male of
Irish IJnen. India Uncn. et-., tucked
and elaborately trimmed, worth
$5.00 to $3.75, Cj 22
vrrir, ? -.- 1 rniR: "hw -rr tz;v,' -,y oi
concrete and tho asphalt to hold the
two together. City Engineer Treichb r
says it is not necessary and much of
the asphalt pavement is laid without
it. for when a binder is used it is pos
sible to do the work with an inferior
quality of asphalt to the detriment of
the improvement, while, if there is n
binder the best of asphalt is used and
a better job is done. Mr. Treichler says
the specifications were purposely pre
pared to avoid the use of a binder and
that the McCarthy company submitted
a bid without entering any objection f
doing the paving in the manner indi
cated. Create.! Doubt.
But the effect of the question when
it was raised this morning was to cr"
ate doubt in the minds of some and
there was an animated argument. Mav
or McCaskrin, who is chairman of the
board, stated that he wanted the city
council to pass upon the matter again
and it was eventually decided to let it
do so. So a call was made today for a
special meeting of the city fathers at
S this evening.
There are those who say that the
question is entirely out of the hands of
the council now and that it is up to the
board of local improvements alone to
let the contract or to refuse to let it.
The property holders are divided and
it bxiks as though whatever action is
taken, the opposition will make a des
perate tight, perhaps going to the
length of carrying the case to the
are instantly relieved, and perfectly
healed, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. t
Rivenbark. Jr.. of Norfolk. Va.. write:
"I burnt, my knee dreadfully; that tt
blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve stopped the pain, nnd healed it
without a scar." Also heals all wounds
and sores. 23c at Hartz & I'llemeyer.
TUESDAY AT 9
A. M. ami t.U sold.
500 ;rIs eorset
ti n III
cover elllbl idol ies,
worth up to T.v
35c and . . .
Note These Prices
CtKNe'H Uranlte Knumeled Sink
btrulnors. regularly 21c. 1 A
l) foot Uanlen Hose with coiiflmm.
regular price $4.75, (f-i ok
Oak Uratnwd l'in Wash
Tub, special JiC
8-im-h Kancy Glass o
IWrry Bowls OC
White and gold. 100-pleco. $ir.n0
Kngllsh Porctdaln L'-intifr
Ket. very special
Beautifully decorated China Salel
Bowls, each 47c. 35c.
I'iothes Pins. Vic dozen;
two dozen ,
8-quart Enameled Sauce Pans, reg
ular price 19c. q
at, each iC
A number of very special drives
In Crockery, Glassware, Tinware.
Woodenware. Wire Goods. Nickeled
Ware, Paints and Brushes, etc.. etc..
will be specially displayed for quick
25c Bow Ties, Monday and Q
till sold, each OC
60c Four in Hand and teck tlea
grab quick, rt
each ... 1 DC
Fancy Blue Balbrlggart IO
shirts and drawers IOC
Hsn'tsom Wash tr'-s.-s of Sh . r
Ukiik, Organdies. Err.brol l-r- l
Lbieri. etc . now selling at X'tMb i
$15.00: a spl-nlM assortments f)f
of ths? at, only ?'UU