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DPHE 33TGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 190.5.
Interior Appearance of St. Maiy's
Church Improved by
DECORATORS FINISH WORK
Conclude Forty Hours" Devotion This
Evening Sermons By Father
Hess of Moline.
The interior of St. Mary's church,
Twpnt y-secoii'l street and Fourth av
enue, has ju.-;t lx.cn redecorated an J
electric light adding greatly to the at
tractiveness. The frescoing and decorating is the
work of Henry A. Voege, of this city.
The frtscoe designs on the walls are
in dark colors, while the ceiling Is done
in lighter colors, and illuminated with
dainty designs. Over the altar describ
ed in color is a pelican, while the cen
ter piece of the ceiling represents a
croup of angel heads circled about the
large light fixture. Over the rear of
the church is a bee hive, a work of art.
The electric light fixtures, which
were furnished by the Electric Machin
ery & Construction company, of this
ciy. are well arranged, and with the
new dtcoration, greatly brighten the
The work was done at the direction
i f the pastor. Rev. A. Geyer. who has
since he has been in charge of the
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ST. MARY'S CHURCH.
iii;n d ltini;!;n!it wiili electrie ii.-'hr
Hvlurts. Tin work, which l:a If' n in
jirojrres since arly in .Inly. vu einu-)h-M
il S;itini!;iy. ami tin' jnf rior t
church now presents a very beautiful
iijijh a iniici', ttn- rhansf from tlu- mis t'..
Si. Mary s parish, done excellence worl.
in the Ir.iiMmi; up of the Hiurch. U
has bt u located m Hock Island les:
than two years, but in that time ha;
established a wide repu'ation. and won
the friendship of the public Kenerallj
QNLY two more days of our sale on Black
Dress silks, comprising Taffetas, Peau de
Soies, unci Peau de Cygnes. The entire lot
is all new, fresh goods, purchased spscially
for this Sale, and carry the bame guarar
tee of wearing quality and reliability that
all of our black silks do, but at a material
reduction in price.
lOT 1 - ne'i i.H. I l. r -'.'. pie rs ,W. -iudi filiar-
! !';.!. :,i gg ir.l peau le cy;n' at y
lo'i' - ; I' s JT .lie!; u i.tr
am. . ; 1 'in l; . :a q ! . T pieees 27-inch puar-
: ya rd I 01 1 I'l.irU p ;n do seic q
LOT 1 V ' ' : " :-u.,r- ;'!- allt
,i yard Oil LOT .v :: pie- .; ::" inch j.uar-
LOT ' " t i s '7 :te-h ui::ir- au'et .! t 1 sek pottu de soie QQ
;'.!)!. .! i :t u ii. i -m at , at. a jnrd 7Jl
a ;:r. 78C
LOT : .". pie s -'T llieli ui::r- J "T .- .: pieees ineh pilar-
..II ! ilr fciii'jit QQ atit'ed t I lek I ail de sole 4 fX'J
a yaid OiC jit. a yard I.Ul
J. B. 6. PelBFSBfl'S 8
as well as the devotion of the members
of the church.
With the services this evening the
10 hours devotion at St. Mary's church,
which opened Sunday with high mass,
will be concluded. The services last
evening were conducted by the Jesuit
priests of Prairie du Chien, and were
very largely attended. This evening
the concluding sermon will be deliv
jred by Father Hess, assistant pastor
of St. Mary's church of Moline. The
levitical festival will be celebrated at
this evening's service, which begins at
Shonrra and cooler tlalght and Vd
nenday. While the ajreatent depreaalon la the
aoathweatera ator nil ever oathvret
erm Colorado, much lower barometerM
are noted am far northeastward mn Mln
aeaota. an dan area of relatively low
prenaure la nlao over Montana. Aaalnl
bola and Saakatcheawn. Mgbt prerlp
Itatlon, attendln ajthene dlaturbaaeea.
haa oecnrred In Colorado and at scat
tered atatlona In Montana and Alberta,
and warmer weather and general ralna
are reported from the Missouri and up
per Mississippi valleys and the weatern
portion of the lake region, with heavy
downpoura and thnnderstorma In south
ern and eastern Iowa. Continued rains
and lower tempera turrs In this vicinity
will result from the eastward move
ment of the southwestern storm and no
area o relatively high preaaure over
the upper Mlaaourl valley.
J. M. SIIKRIKK, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. in-. 51; at 3:30
p. m., OO.
Hot blast stoves.
Clemann & Salzmann's.
Insure with McKee.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz
For bus, baggage, express, call Itobb's
Ham day, Wednesday at the 11. & II
Buck's hot blast stoves are wonders.
Clemann & Salzmann.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
Gold clubs, call at Hotel Harms and
see Fred McLeod balance of this week.
Sugar free with tea, sugar free with
cofee, for four days at the H. & II.
We do cleaning, pressing and repair-ni-
too. Deal & Schmitt, Illinois thea
Chrysanthemums, the large pink and
tllow ones, at the Twentieth street
Mrs. Austin's Pancake flour is best of
ill. A fresh supply now on hand at
If you don't know what you want,1
'ry Mrs. Austin's pancakes for a really
Better get that Buck stove or range
low while stock is still complete. Cle
nann & Salzmann.
A good watch free with every boys'
iinee pants suit, worth from $4.00 up, at
Justafson & Hays'.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
lyeing at the New Panitorium club,
1909-1911 Second avenue.
Armours Star Gold Band sugar cured
lanis. 121-o cents per pound. Wednes
lay at the II. & H. grocery.
One pound of best sugar free with
ach pound of bulk tea or coffee for
."our days at the H. & H. grocery.
Attend the first dance given by the
Madrigal club, Wednesday. Oct. IS, at
industrial hall. Tickets 50 cents.
Our Hercules $5.00 suits for boys are
certainly the best made. A watch free
.vith every suit from $4.00 up at Gustaf
-on & Hayes'.
Trl-City roller rink will open Satur
1ay, Oct. 21 with the latest improved
kates. Good music. Fifth avenue and
The best clothing made for boys is
he Hercules, price $5.00, and a watch
;oe with it. This make sold only by
'u?tafson & Hayes.
Fred McLeod, golf champion of thr
west will be at the Hoiel Harms for
the week. His ideas will help you ir
selecting clubs that suit you.
The ladies of the Modern Maceabeer
'ill give a card party and dance at the
I. O. O. F. hall Oct. IS. Admission 15
t!!ts. including refreshments.
Latt.-t fad 25 cents for two of youi
ictures made and finished while you
wait. Postal cards day and night. 30?
West Thirl street. Davenport.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair ane
Bcalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phono, west Z'j
Golf clubs especially selected by Fred
Mcleod. the western professional
champion, can be had at the Hotel
Harms, where Mr. McLeod will be fo
the balance of the week.
"Empress" shoes for women are with
out an equal at the price. Good leath
ers. splendid workmanship, snappy
styles. See the newest ideas in gun
metal calf. "Empress" shoes are to be
had only at the Big Boston Store, Iav
enport, Ouly $2.05.
Every time you buy a pair of '"Em
press' shoes you can figure that you
save 55 cents. The materials usee'
and the construction and styles are
equal to those of most $3.50 shoes, yet
they cost only $2.&5. For sale only by
tl.p Big Boston Store, Davenport.
Stylish shoes at a moderate price
the "Empress shoes for women. Made
over the smart, snappy lines that
you'll not find in ordinary s.,oes. Cost
ing less than $3.50. Every detail of
I win I
8 Find 8
Order your NEW
Suit or Overcoat at
J. b. zimmer & SON
Nw Location, 1817 8econd Ava.
their construction is thoroughly and
carefully finished. Sold only at the
Big Boston store, Davenport. Only
$2.95 a pair.
Gustaf Walter Nordgren of Paxton
who has been appointed chief clerk of
the state prison at Chester, is not yet
2i years old. At the age of 15 he emi
grated from Sweden and after settling
in Paxton entered Bice Collegiate in
stitute and later Augustana college.
Mr. Xordgren had been bur. two years
in the United States when he won a
prize in an oratorical contest in the
Fifth Ward Republicans.
Fifth ward republicans held a meet
ing last night at the office of B. F.
Knox, preparatory to entering upon i
campaign in the interests of Hon.
James McKinney for congress. The
Sixth ward republicans have a meet
ing called for tonight at the Twenty
sixth street hose house.
Chicago, Oct. 17. Following are the
market quotations today:
December. 85, 8G-4. 85. SC.
May, 86, S7. 80, 87.
July, S3, 84. 834, 83.
December. 44', 44. 44V4. 44V4
May. 43, 44','. 43. 44',.
July, 41. 44,. 41!',, 14.
December, 28, 2S. 28. 28.
May, 30. :U. 30, 31.
July, r.o, :;o, 30, 30.
October, 1.1.!5. 10.10, 15.90. 10.10.
January, 12.50, 12.50, 12.45, 12.50.
October. 7.17. 7.17. 7.07, 7.07.
December. 0.S7. 0.S7. 0.S2, 0.82.
January, G.85, 0.85, 0.82, C.82.
October. 8.40. 8.40, 8.20, 8.20.
January 0.55. 0.57, 0.52, 0.55.
May, 6.72. C.72, 0.72. 6.72.
Receipts today Wheat 59, corn 203,
oats 407. hogs 23,000, cattle 20,000.
Hog market opene-d weak to 5c low
er. Light 4.95(&5.45, mixed and butch
ers 4.95515.52, good heavy 4.75 ft 5.55,
rough heavy 4.750 4.95.
Cattle market epened we-ak to 10c
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 3,000, cattle 6,000
Hogs at Kansas City 12,000, cattle 23.
100. U. S. Yards, 8:4o a. m. Hog market
eak to a shade lower. Light 4.95
.45, mixed and butchers 4.95(?i5.52,
."ood heavy 4.755)5.55, rough heavy
Catle market weak to lOe: lower.
Heeves 3.406.30, cows and heifers
1.25QL40. stexrkers and feeders 2.15t
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed weak to 5c low
er. Light 4.9515.40, mixed and butch
ers 4.950 5.50. good heavy 4.750 5.50,
rough heavy 4. 75ft 4.95.
Cattle market eolsed weak.
Sheep market closed strong.
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. 17. Sugar 140. Gas
10314. C, R. I. & P. 32, Southern Pa
cific 6844. B. & O. 112. 'Atchison com
mon 88, Atchison preferred 104,
g Lunches ZSS7gg$r O&Hm MaiL g
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Come, See the Newest Ideas In
1 IL.ce (Curtains 1
THC TRI-CITIES' BEST CURTAIN STORK.
VERY HOUSEKEEPER IS NOW MORE OR LESS INTERESTED IN MAKING THE HOME ATTRAC-
TIVE FOR THE WINTER SEASON. A NATURAL CONCLUSION IS TO THINK OF THIS STORE
va i -r ii ire a ct ACcnoruruT mnu -T-t-i r- mou or a i itieti II rrctPTC Trt tuc ciudi r tactu
0 INEXPENSIVE HANGINGS. AND OUR CURTAIN STORE WAS NEVER IN BETTER SHAPE THAN 0
RIGHT NOW. PARTICULAR DESIGNS FOR PARLORS. DINING ROOMS. LIBRARIES. HALLS AND BED O
ROOMS. THE STOCK IS FAR TOO VARIED TO THINK OF ENUMERATING ALL. WE CAN SIMPLY
HINT, AS FLLOWS:
White, with all over figure; over-
lock edges; 27 inches wide,
34 yards long; pair
White, with wide borders and plain
centers; overlock edges; 3G inches
wide, 3 yards long:
Neat all eiver figure and plain cen
ters; 42 inches wide. 3 r
yards long; pair OOC
White, with wide fancy borders and
plain centers; 45 inches wide,
3 yards long; pair
Plain and figured centers;
ejdges; 50 Inches wide, 3
yards long; pair
White and ecru, with plain and fig
ured centers; 00 inches -t Cf
wide, 3 yards long; pair l0U
Irish point with plain centers and
floral borders; 39 Inches wide, 3
Plain scrim centers, with antique
lace edge; 50 inches wide, Q 7C
3 yards long; pair O
Plain bobinettes, with cluny edges;
50 inches wide. 3 yards
White scrim center, with cluny in
sertion and lace edges; 5o inches
wide, 3 yards long;
BRUSSELS NET CURTAINS.
Scroll figure in all over design; 54
inches wide, 3V yards
long; pair for ,
Plain center, with narrow border; 54
inches wide, 3 yards
long; pair for
SWISS BED ROOM CURTAINS.
With hemstitched ruffle and a row
of fine tucks; 42 inches wide, -rr-3
yards long; pair OC
Dotted Swiss, with plain rutlle; sev
eral sizes of dots; 42 inches wide.
3 yards long;
Fancy figured Swiss, with plain ruf
fle ; 42 inches wide, 3 yards i nr
long; pair I0
Plain net. with scroll border; .".'
inches wide, 3 yards long;
SALE: of DRESS and SKIRT Patterns
Agony of Neuralgia
is ended and peace comes to ths
tortured nerves, if
Anchor Pain Expeller
is thoroughly rubbed into the
throbbing- flesh. Highly praised
by doctors, ministers, druggists
Look out for the trade mark,
the anchor, on crery bottle of the
All druggist sell it, as and 50
F. AD. RICHTER 4. CO.
21S PMri 5 treat, Nw Ynrfc.
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Goods, 68c a Yard.
WE can safely pre-dict rapid selling. When you consider that a
whole season of wear is ahead, you realize the full importance
of this sale. These are not remnants or old goods, but patterns in
proper skirt and dress lengths, made up from this season's cloths, the
counterparts of which are now in our stock. At prices like these, the
wise woman will provide for future needs. There is
A Saving of
$1.40 to $4.00 on Shirt Patterns.
$2.25 to $6.50 on Dress Patterns.
Thats worth coming some disfane-e for.. .You, will have great freedom
of choice, as the collection includes: Cheviots, Broadcloths, Panamas,
Serges, Novelty Stuffs Mannish Suitings, Cranite Cloths, in gretn.
brown, tan, red. blue, black, fancy mixtures and checks; 45 to 54 inches
wide; cloths that eirdinarily sell at $1.00, $1.25 and
$1.50; but being in pattern lengths,
t IU iituni'n
WOMEN'S STYLISH SHOES.
WE direct special attention to our splendid lines In gun metal leath
ers, which are now so very popular. Not only are gun metal
leathers decidedly stylish, but they are a boon to women who detest
rubbery being water-proof to such an extent that under ordinary ex
posure you are insured against damp feet.
In our Empress line we have four styles button and lace effects ami
snappy shapes; genuine welt soles; heavy and medium q CtC?
These compare favorably with sheies sold elsewhere at $4 ; latest shapes
in the heavy mannish effects; also in the more conservative patterns;
button and lace styles, high and low q m q
Those desiring the ultra fashionable effects will be satisfied Q Qf
with our shoes at Ot
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pared to meet all demands
for balls, bags and clubs. We- seli
the renowned "Patrick" clubs which
are noted for their durability.
Drivers Brassies, fi T x 1 (1 C
at 95 to 1.85 0
Iron Clubs, r"7 . 1 7P
at 87c to 1.75
lAmix sash curtain, with ruffle 011
edge only; 27 inches wide, q "7C
2'i yards long; pair O. O
Saxony net with figured centers;
borders on both sides;
RELIABLE GOLFING GOODS.
Haskell. No. 10,'
Kemshal Flye r.
GLOVES AND MITTENS.
ROSTY mornings forcibly re
mind one that lngers ne-ed
protection. Our glove section has f-sx
everything from the practical wool
en comfortables to the long, fash-
ionabie, 10 button mousquetaires. fjjj
Fancy and plain wool Clove's 7 f" 0
at 25c 50c, OHe and OC
Wool Mittens, at 12'.2c, 15c Cfr
25c, 3'Jc and OUC
Kid Cloves, at $1, $1.25, -f
$1.50 and I.O vi?
C, M. & St. P. 179-ti, Manhattan 106 ,
Copper 85. N. Y. Central 149, L. &
N. 151. Readins common 12H4. Can
adian Pacific 170. B. R. T. 72. II.
S. Steel common 37. U. S. Steel pre
ferred 104. Penna 144. Missouri Pa
cific 103. Union Pacific 131. Ceial
and Iron 85. Erie cetinmon 4H, Wa
bash 41, C. & C. W. 21. Illinois
Central 1MI. Car Foundry 37. Repub
lic Steel preferred 95, Re-public Steel
common 25. Metropolitan 125,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island Oct. 17. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 2122Vc; dairy.
ISc to 19c.
Lard 8c 10c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 9c
a pound; hens, per pound, 7c; ducks,
per pound 10c; turkeys per pound 12c
Vegetables Potatoes, 4245c.
Eggs Fresh, 19c&20c.
Grain Corn. 5054c; ejats. 2Ge'328c.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $8.00(3 $10.00.
prairie, $8 to $9; clover, mixed, $7g$8;
Wood Hard, per load,$L6u$5.0U.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13cl4c, slack,
per bushel, 8c 9c.
Cattle Steers, $3.00f $1.75; cows
and heifers, $2.00 $4.00; calves,$3.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers. $4.50&
Sheep Yearlings or over, $300
$5.00; lambs, $4.00Q $6.50.
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We can fit you per
fectly at a reasona
Our garments will
please you and win
the admiration of
$20 to $40
BEAL & SCHMITT,
ILLINOIS THEATRE BUILDING.
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