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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER; 20, 1903.
Fair aad nrwr tnnlehtt Tm nday,
larmaiBic 'lIIe ami narmrr,
f I lien rnr-trn, with -ol nJ c"
rrallr fair nntktr, mrr mtlnl front Hf
lower Mlnaoarl and apiwr M lulMlppi
vallryn tt Nrw Knxlinil. The mmlirm
Mtnrm ha pitmanl eaatwftrd to irrr'
and nnrlhrrn Kloi lata, and hn tcf tit
traded h light preelpltatloa la ranlrni
Mlaauurf. aoathera llliant. aad at acnt
tered atatluaa f rin mnlbrni Trim to
the Illrl-t or ColonStii. Saon Im aim
falllaK at WahloKtoB aad KIWI a,
other deeldrd haromefrle deprraaloa.
with reatera mrr Miolkrre Nevada Bad
eaatera Waaluilrhmaa baa raaard pre
elpltatloa oa Ihr f'aelfle alope. Iteat
ward (dvaorr will he at traded by rtn
laa; temperaturea ia thla vlelalty to
night aad Tueadny. with laereaalaK
J. M. SHERIRR. Obaei-ree. ,
Teanperatare at ? a. ai Sit at 3:SO
p. sn.. 4. Minimum teutperatare la the
pa at 24 bourn, 31 1 uililmum, 47. elor
lljr of n lad at H a. an., 3 an 1 1 eat aa hour.
Insure with McKee.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz
For bus. baggage, express, call Robb's
Ice cream and ice cream soda a
Peterson's, 1314 Third aveaue.
You get your money's worth In
coal from Mueller's. See ad. page 7.
I.ewis' sin! binder costs more than
other .1-eent cigars. Smokers know why.
Dry coal at Mueller's yards; screen
ings. $1X0; mine run, 2.83; coke.
Don't forget the pie and cake sale
nt Totten's iin:sic store, the day before
Don't forget the pie and cake sale
:it Totten's music store, the dny before
Remember the dance at BcseMn's
A friend of tho Mo ma
A foa of tha Trust
Moderate in priceMake purest food
hall, tomorrow night; music by Lem
Travl over Rock Island bridge yes
tprdov in'ludM 2.515 toot; 1.542 team?
and 293 s-trref cars.
Tho Pcugh'ers of America serve!
s'ipper to about 575 people at Beselln
hall Saturday evening.
For the re3l good old buckwheat fla
vor, buy Mrs. Austin's Buckwheat and
don't forget the name.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing; and
dyeing at the New Panitorlum club,
19"9-1911 Second avenue.
Mrs. Austin Fays: "My buckwbeat
cakes will please you. If you love the
good old-fashioned flavor."
Miss Hartley conducts fashionable
dress making parlors at 2412 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Prices reasonable.
Six carpenters can find employment
at the Rock Island round house. Thirty-first
street, city. Inquire of C. Lar
kin. Attend the mask ball at Armory
Wednesday evening, given by Prosper
ity camp R. N. A. MiiFie by Bleuer's
Miss Stella Power and Oliver D.
Marquette were married Saturday af
ternoon by Justice (J. A. Johnson a?
Remember the pie and cake sale at
Totttns music store the day before
Thanksgiving. Sale conducted by
The V. C. T. 1 rally meeting will
be held tomorrow afternoon at. the res
idence of Rev. W. S. Marquis, 72C
Expert manicuring, shampooing; anr
borough treatment of the hair and
ealp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 726 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 59
The Ladles of the G. A. R. will give
another of their popular card partie-s
at Memorial hall Tuesday. Nov. 21.
Admission, 13 eents including refresh
ments. Prosperity camp, No. 2S31 R. N. of
A. will give a mak ball Wednesday
evening at Armory hall. Bleuer's or
chestra. Admission 50c a couple, la
Gustaf Adolph lodge No. 20. I. O. S..
will give a card party and dance at
Odd Fellows hall Wednesday evening.
Nov. 22. Admission, 15 cents, refresh
ments include J.
Did you start In with tho crowd on
Saturday at the big grocery sale at the
H. & H.? If not. you had better begin
as early this week as possible, to avoid
a s ,n delivery.
J. Mark Waters, of Davenport, well
known in the tri-cities. has accepted
the position of head floor walker at
Yourtg & McCombs and entered upon
his new duties today.
Hugo Alvlne, cas-tyer for the Tri-
s.-' jr -' s-
Wednesday. Nov. 22.
The question has been asked:
Why do M. 6c K. differ from all the
"Because all the American people cele
brate Labor Day but once a year, while
M. 6c K. honor the day every Wednesday,
or 52 days a year."
For next Wednesday we shall sell:
Our $1.50 Cassimere Pants (JQ
Our 50c Overalls 39 C
Our 50c Shiits QQr
at . . .
Our 50c Underwear 39c
Our 50c Gloves and Mittens 39 C
Our loc Canvas Mitts
at . . . iy
Our 25c Suspenders 19c
Our 50c Suspenders
Our 50c Neckwear . . 39c
Our 81.50 Sweaters $1,00
STOR.E OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M.
Lrrr n i .
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, N. Y.
The New Yorker fairly lives in his
Dress Clothes. It Is admitted he
wears the finest in the world. Me
will not tolerate the slightest fault
or misfit, lie don't have to, be
cause he wears a DRESS SUIT
gifted flenjamin 3 (
MAKERS 3& NEW yORK
The maker' guarantee, and ours, with every
Prment (tearing th above latl.
We are errlirMYO aints hre.
"You Know Us"
City Railway company, was taken sud
denly and seriously ill at th? office Sat
urday, and was removed in the ambu
lance to his home. 1104 Third street
He suffered an attack of heart trouble.
The big grocery business at the big
grocery market of Harris & Hesi
keeps right on growing and growing
Read their big bills carefully, and it
you are not already a customer of tin
H. & H. you'll surely join the ranks
Did you read the H. & H. big gro
eery adv.? There were ma:iy who did
and the active selling whfch started
sharp on Saturday, bids fair to in
crease in volume from day to day, until
next Saturday night when the time fox
reaping these big bargains expires.
The Christian Science reading rooms
at 1715Vfc Second avenue is open each
week day from 11:20 to 1 p. m. and
from 2:30 to 5 p. m. Hereafter the
rooms will also be open Saturday ev
enings from 7 to 9 o'clock. The public
is cordially invited to make free use
of the same.
DAMAGE BY FIRE
Destruction in Apartments of Mrs.
Mary Mumson Tramps Set Fire
to Box Car in Yards.
The fire department was called at
9:30 Saturday evening to Thirteenth
street, where the explosion of a lamp
aad caused a fire. Mrs. Mary Mumson,
in whose apartment the explosion, oc
curred, was away at the time, and the
flames were not discovered until the
entire interior of the room was ablaze.
The damage consisted in the destruc
tion of the draperies, clothing, and fur
niture of the room. The property is in
sured for $80, sufficient to cover the
loss. The building, which is owned by
fi. H. Guyer, was the scene ef a fire on
July 4, caused by fire crackers. Chem
.cals were employed by the department
to extinguish the blaze Saturday even
ing. The central department yesterday
morning at 8:30 was called to the
river track in the St. Paul yards.
where an empty box car had been set
afire by tramps sleeping in the car. A
hole was burned in the floor.
APPEAL KUTZLEBEN CASE
Motion for New Trial for Wrecker of
Rock Island Train Denied.
In accordance with the ruling ot
Judge Byingron at the time his tria:
came to an end, the motion for a new
trial in the case of Baron Erich vol
Kutzleben, who wrecked the Prckj
Mountain Limited at Homestead las'
spring and who was found guilty and
sentenced to the penitentiary for life
was heard at Marengo Saturday. Then
were also heard a motion tn arrest o'
Judgment. Bolh were overruled bj
Jude Ilylngton. Thereupon the at
torneys appearing for the defense, gavt
notice of appeal.
DROPS DEAD AFTER DINNER
Le Claire Woman Expis While En
Mrs. John Klliott. of l-4ci're, drop
ped dead yesterday wliUfr-ntertain;n&
a company of ladies at f inner. She
seemed in her usual heatj throughou
the serving of the dinners As the la
dles arose to repair to thearlor, Mrs.
Elliott dropped dead on thi floor. She
was a life-long resident of y Claire.
W. W. Scott SeriouslAlU
W. W. Scott, for many yes one of
the best known and most ininlar en
gineers on the Rock Island ad. and
who has been seriously ill or gome
time at his home 1038 Twity-first
str-t. was so low yesterday ao oc
casion the greatest apprehension To
day it is gratifying to note hiscon
dition is somewhat improved. Mr.
Scott is the father of State's Attdpev
J. K. Scott. "
Homer Wirt, who for some time hal,
been connt'cted with the central sta
tion of the fire department, has resign
ed his position. His successor has
not been appointed.
&t 3-Qclock eacH day, Mon
et ay, and Tuesday, mill
lengths Pepp E. fine brown,
40-inch pillow Cl
yard - - - j2Vj
w - mriiii iin nmirai risi ait
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
Our expert optician Dr. Myers.
luva im& many years of experience
and Is painstaking thorough and
competent. Consultation and help
ful advtoe without chars;.
Have become almost a necessity in wom
an's wardrobe in these days of unlined
skirts. We are showing many handsome
silk petticoats in changeable and plain
taffetas, -with plenty of tuck, corded and
ruffled finish, to give -the wanted flare
to give special impetus to this section we
will sell on Monday
15 heavy rustling silk petticoats, black and
colors, $6.50 the-value, at just $3.80
There is a kimono display on the 2d floor
that is worth coming a long distance to
see. These are a few of the erepe kimon
os from Japan at $2.87, $2.47 and $2.25.
Fleeced down kimonas from Germany.. S2.25
Plain crepe kimonas, Persian trimmed . . $ 1 .75
Fancy fleeced kimonas $1.25
Fleeced kimonas in pretty Persian patterns 95c
It is a good time to buy for Christmas gifts.
Nothing More Active than
belt business these days.
With more than 250 styles
to choose from, the belt bus
iness of the tri-cities seems
to center here. To keep the interest at
white heat we have 100 pretty black taf
feta shirred and pleated girdle back
belts, worth a half dollar, every one of
them, at just 20c each, no mistake 20c
House and Party Slippers
Sust received from Fox, the great slipper
maker of Massachusetts, a handsome line of
ladies fine slippers for house or party wear.
We mention three very desirable styles. They
should be seen:
Fine kid fancy straps, medium Cuban heel, very pret
ty and serviceable, pair $1.30
Same style patent leather vamps, a very desirable
style at $1.50
All patent leather 3 strap., high Cuban heel, you
want a pair ot these at $2.00
Buy the Best
Whip Cream Chocolates
Glace Bon Bons
Vanilla Pineapples f
Chocolate Froien Pudding:
Chocolate Plum Pudding
Chocolate Fruit Cake
Koman punch .V
Molasses Chips , L
Chocolate Filberts, etc.
Handsome boxes, nicely assorted.
dainty gifts, and a delight for
Price Savers in
Set of steel table knives and forks,
Cocabola handles, per set....55o
5c packages best hardwood tooth
Hearth brooms, each lOo
Maple Chopping Bowls lOo
5 foot step ladders, each 29o
New line of 100 piece dinner sets,
priced for Monday only,: down
Vegetable or kraut cutters, SI -25
Auxiliary sleeve boards, special 39c
No. 7 National steel skillets at .23c
The Cricket clothes wringer, spe
Spring balance scales, each... 9c
Get your gold fish now. New lot
Just received at 6c and up
Q OLE agents
for the world
Miller shoes for
better, plenty of
style with com
fort. Our low
A 2 o'clock each day, Monday
and Tuesday, mill lengths
Pepp R fine
brown muslin, per yd.
A Gale of Thanksgiving Linens
Every, requirement in linens can be
filled at this sale at a substantial saving.
Special values are offered in damasks,
napkins, sets, try and lunch cloths, hem
stitched cloths, patterns cloths, table
padding, fancyf center pieces, doylies
and the like.
2 yards wide, inll bleached and
half bleached, all pure linen
table damask, a 63c quality, per
75 cents per yard tor 11.00 Quality of heavy half
bleached Scotch table damask 73 Indies wide, plain
and figured center .... 75c
$1.00 a yard for $1.25 Quality of fine Irish satin
damask table linen In pattern ploths,, 3 to 4 yards
long, 72 Inches wide,, beautlfu daalgna; ,W napkins
to match, per doien ...... ...-e.. .$3.50
Knotted fringed, drawn work
and hemstitched damask towels,
hemmed and hemstitched, all
linen huck towels, choice of all
these S5o towels 25c
19c for regular 2 So hand drawn f InclvOoyUea,: as-
sirted patterns . ,. . . . . l9o
60o for 75o hemstitched and open worked 18x6 4
scarfs and 30 Inch centerpieces or shams all....50o
Large f napkins, full bleached,
assorted patterns, worth up to
$3.50 per dozen, your choice of
six napkins, $1.25 per set.
25c for 35c hemstitched all Jinen
damask tray cloths 25c
$2,0 for $5.00 Japanese Batbenberg
36 Inches, square or round,, only:
While 'they last, $1.25 hand
drawn Japanese dresser svarfs,
and 30-inch centerpieces, very
special, at 75c each 75c
orris Chairs Select golden oak
or mission frames, brass rods
or patent adjustable backs, va
lour (all colors) or chase leather,
loose cushions, prices,, $12.00,
$9.97. $8.60. QC
$7.45 and iJ.OJ
Mission Rockers A select line In
saddle and leather seats wfth and
without arms, 3 tL(
prices. $14.50 to 0.09
Iifullea' Desks In mission, golden
oak. and mahogany, open topB
drop leafs and small roll tops,
prices, $13.00. $10. C rf
$8.75. $7.50 and U.KJU
Combination Hook Cases and
Writing Desks Book case with
adjustable shelves, desk,, drawer
and cabinet, prices $18.50.
$16.50, $13.60 it CA rugs., extra aualltv V1.0.UJ
9x12 ft. Velvet rugs. t1Q Q7
Ranitary Bed Couches All Iron,
finished In gold bronze, opens out
and makes full size bed. Sup
ported -with coil steel springs.
Makes a handsome couch or
Furniture and Rug Depts.
are so full of extra good things, that we want everybody
to know about the special drives being shown. Getting
more busy here every day, as the Holidays approach.
UST received a new shipment of' carpet size rugs. Our 3rd
J floor is now replete with rugs in all practical colors and
sizes of varied styles and patterns. The low prices quoted
should be interesting.
O ldeboante Solid goldetn oak.
two top drawers. on lined
for 8llver.(one large linen ifcrawer.
a double .comjartnituit below for
the Thartksgtvtng turkey, fmit
cake, etc. , handsomely carved
tops with large Prennh plate mir
ror, special price 1 Q Q7
for this pattern
Other sideboard prlot-s..
9x12 ft. Brussels
9x12 ft. Wilton rugs,
3x6 ft. Smyrna rugs,
2Hx5 ft Smyrna
rugs, all wool
24x5 ft Axmlnster
mfortabl 3.75 TVressere We are showing a line of medium price high grade dressers
6 " U In select s-olden oak. mahogany and birds eye maple, regular and
Princess styles, swell and serpentine fronts, several with
chiffoniers to match. Prices, $30.00 to l0rt,u
ParlAr Tables. Oak and mahog
any, 24 inch tops, piano finish,
special for this QQ
Others In 24 Inch tops JtL
as low as .................. LnJ
ItuiTets In elegant .French de
signs, quartered oakf, poll.hed,
norne with leaded gta&s. price.
tr.00. , 13.95
Pedestal Extension Tables. . with
round or square tops, tine gcrtden
oak. quartered and' polished,
prices $30.00 to $17.C0, pedestal
Five leg square top extension ta
bles, prices $13.50, $9.97.
China I'losclM Selected orrtc, pol
ish flnioh, bent glass sldw and
doors, mirror bucks, if you wth .
prices. $35.00 12 75
TIT E have Just placed on our sales floor some attractive pieces In music
V cabinets, shaving stands, costumers, etc., etc., marked at our
usual low prices.
uine leather nwits. quartered
xawed golden oak), this lot at the
special price, 33.00. Others,
12.50. 11.97. tli48. .O
97c, 73c ami
Grand Parade Saturday Night With
Thousands in Line Anniversary
of Maj. Hawes Administration.
Woodmen who have returned from
'!ie event in Chicago, which took place
Saturday night, say that it was one
f the grandest demonstrations in the
istory of the society. Such attention
is was given to the parade was not ex
eeted in Chicago. Over 1,600 went in
0 the society uion this occasion.
The Chicago demonstration came
lear being in celebration of the anni
versary of Maj. Hawes connection
with the society as? head clerk, which
vas 15 years ago today. Comparative
records for the la years would reveal
1 wonderful growth in that time.
McKinney Comes Wednesday.
Congressman McKinney sends word
to this city that he will be at the Har
der house Wednesday afternoon and
evening for the purpose of meeting
his constituents. It is probable that
all of the candidates for the postofflce
will be on hand as a reception committee.
Chicago, Nov. 20. Following are the
market quotations today:
December, S5,, S54. 84j;, &5.
May. 7s, fcTi. &67. h7'4.
July, 82Ts. -'. 82Vi. 82.
December. 44'. 44, 44. 44i.
May. 44. 44. 43?,. 43.
July, 42',,. 44li. 43, 43.
"December, 30. SO, 29. 29.
May, 32. 32. 32. 32.
July. 31, 31, 30. 20.
January. 122. 12.72. 12.70, 12.70.
May. 12-S5. 12.S5, 12.82. 12-82.
December, 6.92, 6.02. 6.90. 6.90.
January, 6.87, 6.90, 6.S7, 6.87.
May, 702. 7.05. 7.02. 702.
January. 6.37. 6.57. 6.55, 6.55.
May, 6.77. 6.80, 6.77. 6.77.
Receipts today Wheat 245, corn 616,
ats 334, hogs 37.000. cattle 26,000,
Estimated receipts Tuesday Wheat
)3, corn 415, oats 201. hogs 28,000.
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over 2.300. IJght 4.55&4.90, mixed
ind butchers 4.605.00. good heavy
1.45ifj5.00, rough heavy 4.454.6o.
Cattle market opened strong to 10c
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omlha 4.00t. cattle 6.000.
Hogs at Kansas City 7.000, cattle 19,
000. U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. ra Hog market
steady. Light 4.55S5 4.65, mixed and
butchers 4.605.00, good heavy 4.45fx
5.00. rough heavy 4.45 4.Co.
Cattle market strong to 10c higher.
Beeves 3.20(6.50, cows and heifers
I. 25 S 4.50, stockers and feeders 2.20fo
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed weak to 5c low
er. er. Light 4.554.90, mixed and butch
ers 4.60 4.95, good heavy 4.40 4.97,
rough heavy 4.40 4.60.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York. Not. 20. Sugar 141.
Gas 101. C. R. !.& P. 29. Southern
Pacific 69Ti. B. & O. 111. Atchison
common fco'.i, Atchison preferred 103,
C M. & St. P. 178. Manhattan id.
Copper 85. W. U. Tel. Co. 92. N. Y.
Central 15o. L. Sc N. 153, Reading
common 141. Canadian Pacific 173,
B. R. T. 84. U. S. Steel common 37.
II. S. Steel preferred 1:, Penna
140, Missouri Pacific 1, Union
Pacific 134. Coal and Iron 104.
Erie common 49'. Wabash preferred
41. C. & G. W. 21. Illinois Central
179. Car Foundry 40Vi. Republic Steel
common 37. Republic Steel prefer
red 103. Metropolitan 116, Smelt
fMake Your Creditors Happy.
Don't think because a man, has a store he always has
plenty of money. It takes money to buy his stock and
then sett it to you on credit and he often needs money
worse than you suspect. Why not get all your outstand
ing accounts in one, pay cash as you go, repay something
each month on your loan and finally be independent of
all. We will loan you what you need on your furniture,
piano, horses, wagons, etc., without removal of the prop
erty or publicity. Amounts from $10 upwards. Let us
quote you rates today and tell you what we can do for
you, if you need money for any purpose whatever.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Rcom 38,
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evenings. Tele-
... . i . en. 4
pnone west 9i, ne xeiepnone own.
-H"I 'I il"M44"M-!"I"l-"M
That AI! Important Bath Room
Vou have often beard people remark "If I were
ever to build, I would plan
my bat"r. room first and would not put
all my money into the parlor with all
its fineiy." That is good common enje
Krntimuit, for the bath room U the most
imporu'.'Jt of all the houjchold.
We i.vould like to help you plan your
bath room and will gladly quote you
pricei c n "JtStathteKT Ware, the best
and mo 1 1 unitary fixture made.
CHAXXOX k DUFVA
112 Wm rettelai stwt.