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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1005.
Shawv-ra toaUcfct mm KrUayj w
oalkt coolrr Friday.
Th Ttf ra atorma have waited,
formlBfc eiteaalve area of low preh
ear that ia ceatral over weatera South
Dakota, aad that la atteaded hy rata
or iHir from Tesaa to Alherta aad la
the middle aad a a per Mlaaoarl valley
aad Mlaaeaota. It la alao eaaalax aaaeh
hlher teatperatarea la the aorthera
Kockj- moaatala aad aoathera alope
atatea aad from the MUaoorl valley to
the lake realoa. howera la thla vlcla-
Uy toalajat aad Friday wilt reaalt from
the eoatlaaed approach of the weatera
at arm. with warmer toalaht. followed
rrlday hjr eooler aa the center of the
tlatarhaacc pnaaco to the eaatward of
J. M. MIKKIKK, Ohaerver.
Temperature at T a. m- 41; at S:3n
P m ft, Mlalmnm temperature durlaK
the laat 24 hoara. 2! maximum. ".
Velocity of wlad at H a. m., 4 mllea per
PERFECT TO AMIS
Insure with McKee.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Florida grape fruit at W. A. Ehleb's.
Apples by the barrel at Kachman's
Extra fancy Cayenne pineapples at
V. A. Ehleb's.
The Jones dairy farm pure food pro
ducts at V. A. Khleb's.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third aveaue.
Supper at the United Presbyterian
church tomorrow evenins. 25 cents.
You cet your money's worth In
coal from Mueller's. See ad. page
Ijfwis single binder costs more than
other 5-cent cigars. Smokttrs know why
Dry coal at Mueller s yards; screen
ings. $1.60; mine run, $2.S5; coke,
Have you leen roller skating? The
new part will be ready to use by Sat
urday. Mrs. Austin's famous Buckwheat
makes the finest buckwheat cukes.
Kcady In a moment.
1 toast your l hanksgmug turkey in
u Savory roaster; needs no basting.
Ft ir sale at David Don's.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dyeing at the New Panltorium club.
1909-1911 Second avenue.
Attend the concert and ball given by
the Hock Island Maennerchor Satur
day evening at Turner hall.
Miss Hartley conducts fashionable
dress making parlors at 2412 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Prices reasonable.
Mrs. Austin's Huckwheat flour gives
you the real genuine old buckwheat
flavor. Ask for Mrs. Austin's Buck
You pay for what you get wh n you
order "Sealshipt" oysters solid meats,
no water, no preservatives. At Shiltds'
Our roaster needs no water, no
grease, no attention; retains all Juices;
makes a tough fowl tender. large
line. David Don's.
Enamel roasting pans, need no at
tention while roasting: retain all the
Juice and flavors of the fowl or roast.
For sale at David Don's.
The King's Daughters and In Hi
Name circle will conduct a pie and
take sale at the Kock Island house
Saturday morning at II o'clock.
The meeting of the Woman's au.
lliary of Trinity church, which was it
have been held tomorrow afteruoou.
has been postponed indefinite l.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs Sol Levi. 730 Sov
enteenth street. Old 'phone, west 59.
A social dancing party wi!i be given
by the Trl-City Picnic association. I.
O. O. F.. at 1. O. O. F. hall Friday
evening. Nov. 24. Admission. 50 centt
They taste like the real thing
"Sealshipt" oysters because they art
fresh, clean and free from "dope."
THIS CELEBRATED BUST
DEVELOPER AND TONIC IS
MADE FROM THE GENUINE
GALEGA AND THE BL5 V Ol
OTHER INGREDIENTS BY C.
LINDORFF. PINTS, $1.00;
QUARTS, $1.25. PHONE FOR
Fourth Ave., Twentieth St.
New 'phone 5011. Old. 71: Y.
HANKSGIVING is the time when every man and boy should appear
at his best and neatly clothed from tip to toe. How are you fixed
for Thanksgiving? Are you in order for the Ball, Game, the Din
ner, the Theatre? Everything a man or boy wears is here in fine variety.
18 to $52
Isr c." . $10 to $25
Fur and Plush
7.5(0 to $15
8.90 to $30
A special line of H. S. 6c
M. $16.50 Suits
at . . . .
THANKSGIVING SHOE DRESSING
M. 6c K. is the place for Footwear. The saving in the
price of a pair of Shoes will pay your entire expense to the
Football Game on Thanksgiving we squeeze the price.
into a S4 Pf ice.
into a S3 50 Price
3Cf Values squeezed
.UU into a $3 Price.
A Pair of fine Hose FREE next Saturday with
every pair of Fine Shoes.
ery thi ug we
sell is mark
ed at i eason
a b I e and
Exclusive Agents for the D. . C. Patent "LOOSCARF" COLLARS
Hi -x '
R? is, '. - ' YiV
AjaAV ? 1
Tln. htart. at riht hawhniriuT.
DON'T YANK IT.
Noiice how easy to inst rt the tit- and
adjust. You save the usual wear and
tear on your neckties anil Improve
your disposition by using D. & C. PAT
ENT "LOOSCARF" COLLARS.
NO MAN CAN LOOK PLEASANT OR
FEEL PLEASANT WHO ISN'T
Next move, hrins around loosely with
LET IT RUN EASILY.
The cuts above illustrate the best
way to put on the D. & C. Patent
"Looscarf" Collar, but the old method
of put tins on collar and tie together
can be followed if desired In either
case you will find the D. & C. Patent
"Looscarf" Collar a decided improve
ment on the old style collars.
Try Them Today and Be Convinced.
' : ; v'T"'""-" -
The linish. ready for Knott inn.
IT IS SO EASY.
The D. & C. Patent "Looscarf" Col.
lars are a combination of Comfort,
Style and Economy. They lit well,
look well, and prolong the life of your
Ask the Man That Wears Them.
A tlciiiotisr mtor will appear in
storo window noxt Sat unlay to
fully ex plain thei suerior fea
tures ijl t lie above collar.
Kresh "Sealshij't" oystiTs evt-ry morn
at Shit-'.do' cash grocery.
Just received for holiday trade, a
couple of cars of New York fancy an
1 s. good color and all kinds of vari
eties at vt ry reasonable prices. Call
tnd examine the stock at Kachman's.
."co Twelfth street.
Thomas McCaflu. of HowUsburg. son
)f the long-time residents of that vi
cinity who died within nine hours of
tit another recently owing to typhoirl
Vver, is now seriously ill with the
ame disease. His sister is convales
cent fnm an attack of the fever.
As we were saying, oysters are like
lionges in their capacity for soaking
up water. "Sealshipt" oysters never
have Ice nor one drop of water put into
them. Try some "Sealshipt" oysters
froni Shields' cash grocery and see
how much finer the flavor is.
The change :n the Burluiyon time
card, effective Nov. 1!, maks train No.
leaving at l':t." p. m., ne of the
noM convtnbnt trains runtpn. out of
rfie tricitits. They now make direct
onntctions ;tt iHlsburi; with fast
'j;iin.for t '('3i.". I'";na. H'lrhrpii.H
n il Quiney
The ladies of tin I Hitnl Fr!tri
n churvh will IkiM itiir annual sale
nd supp-r inioriow afrrnoou and
ning at the church. The booths
rt presenting seven agts cf woman will
e attractive both in appearance and
contents. Supper from 5 to . 25 cents.
fttrnoon lunch I. cents.
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours.
T. J. Blackmore. of Haller & Black
more. Pittsburg. Pa., says: "A short
time stoce I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house
in 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and the
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
Jul me any good. I bad five of the best
physicians In the city, but I receied
very little help from thcra. I know the
Mystic Cure to be wLat it is represent
e-1 and take pleasure in recommend in?
it to other poor mOeiers." Sold by
Otto Grotjan. 15'1, Second atenue.
Rock Islacl; Gust Schlegel &. Son,
220 West Stccni street. Davtnport.
WOMEN IN RAZOR ENCOUNTER, lecher workers, attention
Weapons Flashed Promiscuously in
Darkey town Last Night.
Two colored women indulged in a
razor episode in one of the settlements
last night, but the results were not
very serious. The disturbance was
not to such an txtent that the police
got a lin on it.
Dear Gus: I have solved the mother-in-law
problem: just give her regu
larly Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea.
It will make her healthy, happy anl
docile as a lamb. 35 cents, tea or tab
lets. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
Stay Away From Cincinnati, Ohio.
Leather workers are hereby notified
that there is a strike on at the Perkins
Campbell company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Signed) II. L. DARBY Sec.
William Stelk, member exct. com.
"I suffered for nvmths from sore
throat. Eclectric Oil cured me in 24
hours." M. S. Gist, Hawesville, Ky.
FOR SALE 3Y T. H. THOMAS.
Chicago, Nov. 23. Following are tin
a.arket quotations today:
December. S:5. S3"i, 8:5. 83
May, 86, 87, 8CU. S7.
July, 82, 82. 82. 82.
December, 44i. 434, 44.
May. 43 V. 43. 41.
July, 43. 44, 43 , 44.
December. 2f. 29. 2'JVi. 29.
May. 32. 32'. 31. 32.
July, 30, 30?4. 3uV, 3-i.
January, 12.72. 12.85,-12.72. 12.82.
May. 12.H7, 12i.". 12.82. 12.92.
Dei eniber, clo-t d
January. f,.S7, ; :. 6.S7. i.9'
Afay, 7.'2, 7 '7. 7 0", 7.05.
.I.tnuary. (i.55. tJ.ijU. 6.55. i.tj't.
May, ;.75, J 82. 0.75. 80.
Receipts today Wheat. 71
3('): oats, Hogs, 25,000;
S.OuO; sheep, 15.000.
Hog market opened httady.
left over. 7.000. 1-ight 4.55fi4.9o:
mixed and butchers 4.GOfj4.95; good
heavy, 4.4004.95; rough heavy 4.40
Cattle market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha. 6.000; cattle, 2,0o);
ho?s at Kauas City. 11.000; cattle,
IT. S. Yards, S:4M a. m. Hog market
strong to 5c higher. Light. 4.C0r4.90;
mixed and butchers, 4.C5S34.97; good
heavy 4.4504.90; rough heavy. 4.45
Cattle market neady. Beeves 3.20
6.(.(.; cows and heifers 1.3091SO;
.!fjckers and freders 2.2034.20.
h?p rtkarket steady.
liOo rruirkt.!. closed stade lowtr.
Light' 4. 60T 4.90; mixed and butchers
4.;50t 4.95; gtod heavy 4. 45 4.90;
rough heavy 4.4504.60.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed strong to 10c
New York Stocks.
New York. Nov. 23 Sugar 142,2.
Gas 101, C, R. I. & P. 28'4. Southern
Pacific 69. B. & O. 113. Atchison
common 85. C. M. & St. P. 179, Cop
per 86. N. Y. Central 149. L. & N.
15214. Reading common 137,4, Cana
dian Pacific 172. B. R. T. 88, V. S.
Steel common 3Ss. IT. S. Steel prefer
red 104 Penna 141. Missouri Pacific,
I0IV2, I'nion Pacific 137. Coal andiron
105Vi, Erie common 49. Wabash pre
ferred 4 IV. C & G. W. 21 Vi. Illinoi:;
Central 178 V,, Car Foundry 4o, Repub
lic Steel preferred 99, Republic Steel
common 27, Metropolitan 118,
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, new 45c, old 50c52c;
Forags Timothy hay, $8.00$10.00.
prairie, $8 to $9; clover, mixed, $7 JS;
Wood Hard, per load, $4.5o $5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13c14c, alack
per bushel, 8c9c,
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $1.25 to
Cattle Steers. $3.00 $1.75; bow
and heifers, $2.00 $1.00; calves,$3.0)
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3.00t
$5.50; lambs, $4&$C50.
LOCAL MA RKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Islandf Nov 23. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Dairy, 20c to 22c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 9c
a pound; hens, per pound. 7c; ducks,
per pound, 9c; turkeys, per pound, 14c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 60c 65c.
Eggs Fresh. 22c.
A p?!Lt,ve CATARRH
Ely's Cream Balm
i auicklr ateftrved.
Rtitf at One.
It cleanses, soothes
heals and protects
the diseased mem
brane. . It cures Oa
tarrh and drives
away a Cold in the
Head qnickly. Be
toreshs Senses of
Taste and Smell. Full sis oOcts., at Druz
gists or by mail ; Trial Size 10 cte. by maiL
Ely Brothers, 56 Warrea Street. Kew York
That All Important Bath Room
Vou have often heard people remark "If I
ever to build, I would plan
my bath room first and would
all my money into the parlor
its finery." That is good common sense
sentiment, for the bath room is the most
important of all ttie household.
We would like to hdp you plan y our
hath room and will clad'v ouote you
prices on "auJMHl" Ware, the best
and niot sanitary fixtures made.
CHAXXOX & IHJFVA
112 ra ftrtrateratb Mrwt.
IlavH you tried it? It is the beat thini on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of the finest American and foreign to
baccoH, in tins, 25c and 50c.
Ercade Cigar Store
mxrrr Uamwrn block. John P. Bsxtoa. Pro.
In Diamonds, Watches. Clotbin?:, and
all unredeemed coods at UNCLE SIE-
Twentleth street; 'phone 701 X, iloney to loao on cverytbuig