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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, . NOVEMBER 24, 1005.
RUN ON SCHEDULE
Railway Men Pull in at Outing
Club for Second Ban
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CLOAKS. SUITS, FURS.
For Sattifday we have JtiJrt open
ed a thw up-to-date line of
cloaks. Jackets and furs.
2.1 Jackets for Saturday, sold up
to $12.S. choice Q QQ
all day O.vJO
No. 4 IS. ladies' new up-to-date
lonK coats, velvet collar, cuffs on
t-htves. $12 garment, cloth fan
cy Scotch mixed. q Cfl
Mack Coney fur scarfs, extra
wide, with six fails. QD
Saturday's price lOC
Extra possum fur scarf, six larse
tails. C inches wide, cheap at
$i;.r., Satur- Q QQ
"2-inch possum fur scar, large
tails, an exceptionally big
Saturday . .
72-inch Isabella fox scarf, some
thing the fur dealers ask $:! for.
Our price. 1Q flfl
Infants' crochted and knit
hacUcs. ' dozen in the lot. place
Ihi m tm sale Saturday at just
half price, prices range, ach,
Ktiunants mattings. lT.c to 4c
yard, lengths 1 to (J yards, Sat
urday's price. Q
Remnants of all wool ingrain
rarpt t. "tl inches wide, CNc yd.,
hngths 1 to S yards. QRf
Saturday's price, yard ...Owl
Floor oil cloths. 1 Q
pt r yard I J
11-4 all wool twilled hod blank
ets, limited number Q
Saturday, per pair 000
Men's merino hox. 2.1c, nr.
Saturday, 2 pair for OC
.Men's Monarch shirts, stiff or
wft bosom, none QF
leservtd. choice OOl
Canvas telescopes, itather cor
ners, two straps, 1Q
lined, for liJC
Hoys' wool sweater, PLflA
Men's work shirts, cheviot twill
stripe. ric value, QQ
Advance sale of ladies' Swiss
tnibroldered and hemstitched
handkerchiefs. 1"" dozen, all in
one lot. 23c 1Rf
values. Saturday Iwl
New. up-to-date ladies' handbags
and purses, holiday ar- Pflp
rivals. 7fic and sJJC
Sample line, manufacturers'
woo; mittens and gulf gloves,
bought at 0 per cent off aud
will be sold for less than manu
facturers' prices Saturday.
ladies' misses', and children's
fleeced underwear at 50c on thi
dollar, manufacturer had to have
cash and you can make a big
saving here. nr
union suits 4UG
liO dozen children's fleeced vtsts
und, pants, sizes 10 to 2i. we
start ihetu at size 1C, r
for each DC
Ladies' fleece lined union suit-,
slit II tape neck, pearl liut-nr
tons. Saturday sale price -UC
Hoys' and girl's extra heavy
fleeced hose, size 54 to 1 r -
94, Saturday IDG
Indies' storking feet. -
per pair l
Sole agents for Foney stockings
made In three weights, medium
light and heavy, all sizes: every
puir guaranteed. OC
per pair 4-U v
Cottage clocks, oak frame,
day. Vs hour eirikes. O QQ
guaranteed, Saturday ... O
Alarm clocks. "New Haven
make," guaranteed, 70 a
Solid Sterling silver suirl7Cf
waist stts. Saturday I OC
2 os. bottle chemically pure gly
cerine, Saturday's lQC
Williams' Turkish bath M
soap. Saturday's special ...rU
Kat man's camphor Ice. an ex
quisite tolltt preparation. IHp
Saturday special IUU
Imbert's listerlne, 4 of. bottle.
Talcum pDwdvr, Kasimau
crushed roses. Sat- IRf
urday's special Iwl
Colgate's concentrated perfumes
all odor. Saturday ape- OCp
cial, per ojnee . fcJv
Gold fiish, ISc and up and ao
a 'complete line of fish globts.
JOE LANE AT THE THROTTLE
An Hour Given to the Safety Valves
Open Switch Prevents Arrival of
The railway men of the three cities
gathered at the Davenport Outing club
last evenlrig and enjoyed a second ban
quet. The men gathered at the ban
quet board Included chiefly the heads of
the different railway departments, and
members of the press who were guests,
and numbered 55.
Following an excellent feast served
by Manager Lee and his assistants,
Hon. J. It. Lane of Davenport, attorney
for several railways, the toastmaster of
the evening, made a brief introductory
address, in which he brought out the
problem of the railway employes in
the question of the rate revision. He
held that no matter what the man's
connection with the railway may be,
his greater duty is to the public, and
he should act accordingly. The rail
ways, he said, had brought civilization
whereever they went, and he called
attention to the fact that there are
more than 2.500 nun in the trl-cities
directly connected with these systems.
Hut. the charge is now made that the
railways are taking advantage of the
power they have, and are charging ex
orbitant rates. The public is deter
mined to know whether they are or
not, and feels that it can best solve
the problem with the assistance and
cooperation of the railway men.
Mrlnt)rr on Ojillmiain.
The toastmaster then introduced V.
II. Mclnty re, of this city, who delivered
one of his cheering talks, of which
"Optimism" was the theme. He open
ed by saying that it was good to get
together in such social functions, and
contrasted the conditions with those
on the bleachers at a baseball game.
This reminded him that on the day of
his birth. Aug. 25 (the year he had for
gotten). Koek Island defea'ed Daven
port, "as usual", according to the re
portt r, lis to 7.
In speaking of optimism and pessi
mism. Mr. Mclntyre made use- of this
definition of the optimist ;nd tin- pes
"Ti e optimist and pessimist
The difference is droll:
Th'j optimist sees the doughnut.
The pessimist sees the hole."
Mr. Mclntyre himself is an optimist
He says he believes in hope. "Have
hope young man. hope that your ship
is coming in. I iknow I've a ship out
there somewhere. It make no differ
ence whtthtr it evtr lands or not."
He urged the railway man to magni
fy theoftice.no matter in what capacity
he is employed. In conclusion ho
spoke of the vastness of the railways,
and added, "Hut it is not the miles of
railway in a country that make it
great, it is the kind of men who travel
over the railways: it is not the num
ber of cattle and live stock in a land,
but the kind of men who own and take
care of them, who make the country
great. It is the character of the- men
of a land that make its position whai
it Is." '
It. L. Totter, division superintend
tnt of the Uurlington at Cales'ourg. and
John T. Stafford of this city, were
called on and responded briefly.
Owing to the weather conditions, the
attendance last evening was not as
large as was expected, anil several ef
tiiosi who had been secured to make
short addresses were absent. No for
mal business meeting was held, but
the understanding is that another of
the banquets will be held following the
At the Harper. Thomas S. Hardy.
New York: A. O. Best. Chicago;
Charles P. Knglemann, Chicago; W. J.
When what you eat makes you
uncomfortable it is doing you very
little good beyond barely keeping
you alive. Digestive tablets are
worse than useless, for they will in
time deprive the stomach of all
power to digest food. The stomach
must le toned up strengthened.
The herb tonic-laxative,
will do the work quickly and pleas
antly. Sold by all dealers at a;c and 50c.
Frunt. ! tacft. Ba.-k. I locbM.
' A GENTLEMAN'S COLLAR V
I MADE IN QUARTER SIZES 1
I CCO. P. I9K 4, CO., Mtas I
Oottlh.es of tyilslh Quality
'::l Y-' ia-'-V-iv? ;
h fait WM k
(liter, Chicago; W. G. Andrews, Clin
ton; F. L. Frazier. Quincy; W. C.
Hrown, Boston; H. V. Hlakeley, Kan
sas Clry; II. D. Bowker, Chicago; C. W.
Il.rttl. Chicago: F. T. Prilchanl ami
wile. Woodhull; Charles F. Ensle. leo-
ria; H. A. Smith, I'eoria; W. 1. Fish-
r. Fe4)ria; A. C. Berksf risser. Peoria;
ii. H. Fisher. Uenesio; S. Gottk-fb. Ual-
timore; O. F. Voldisch, Milwaukee; E.
Y. Knapp, New York; J. E. Hall. Wor-
citer; It. C. Nichol. Chicago: K. I).
i:i:neo, Skaguay. Alaska; .1 W. Farm
. r. Milwaukee; George T. Jackson.
Xiw York; L. A. Seiverman. New
Vnrk; ii. V. Uulkeley, Kansas City; A."
M. Kinney, Chicago; C. M. A relit r. Chi-
..-o: E. Boyd. Philadelphia; It. P.
Macauley, Atchison; Ed Guthnian, Chi-
ra;?o; F. J.'Dolan, Springfield; Jame
M. Hnlloway. Chicago; E. J. Auhalt.
Nt-w York; S. T. Currick, New York;
S. M. Miller. Peoria; C. I). Higgins.
Aberdeen, S. D. ; Harry G. Hays. Chica
go; C. M. Crane. Canton. Ohio; C. E.
At the Rock Island, (European).
J. M. Marion. Chicago: B. R. Robinson.
New York; C. G. Allen, New York; J.
M. Jackson, Galtsburg; C. G. Allen.
Ntw York; J. M. Backwell. Ottawa;
F. M. Baehr. St. Louis: R. F. Willis.
Ashlar..!, Wis.; F. Claus. Ottawa; S.
'tontzong, Dayton. Ohio; 1). Donaldson.
Orion: John P. Parry. Chicago; T. A.
Sc-rvis. Chicago: N. F. Manning. Rey
nolds; J. W. King, Chicago; Scott
Vance. Preemption: Abe Kauffman.
Btishnell; Edward Herggrer, Orion; C.
V. Black. St. Louis: W. W. Wilmerton.
Preemption; H. Osniundson. Slater.
Iowa; H. H. Williamson. Springfield;
It. W. Clark. Cable; Thomas Davison.
Sherrard. Thomas "W. Davis, Sag
inaw. Mich.; A. C. Campbell. St. Louis;
L. Rothschild. Chicago; C. F. Brown.
Chicago; W. G. Davis. Reynolds: C. H.
Henderson. Eau Claire; B. F. Peters,
Chicago: R. M. Watson, Bloomington;
C. M. Sweet. Chicago; Barney Land
ers, Peoria; C. M. Sycles, Chicago.
The C, M. & St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cltles, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed, for further information phone aay
of their offices.
The change in the Burlingion time
card, effective Nov. 19, makes train No.
1", leaving at 2:45 p. m., one of the
. -1 . ... i , r
BEING WELL DRESSED
Isn't a question of spending a
lot of money. It's a question
of going to the right store, where
you can get a distinctive style
and a real fit. If you buy a
G. CSL H. Special Suit or Over
coat you get the best made.
They carry the impress of the
wearer's good taste good judg
ment. Prices from
$18.00 to $50.00.
Special Values For Saturday in
$10. $12. $13.50 -and $15
are cut, trimmed and made as stylish as any
thing 3'ou will find elsewhere for $. more.
Take a look at them-- it pays at G. 6 H.
most convenient trains running out of
the tri-cities. They now make direct
connections at Galesburg with fast
trains for Chicago, Peoria, Burlington
Ou Nov. 2: and round trip tickets
will be on sale to all stations on thu
Burlington system within a radius of
2i miles at one and one-thirl of the
one-way fare; good to return until
C, M. . St. P. Excursion Rates.
Home seekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 1905.
To points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And every first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C. M. & St. P. ticket office.
Very low round trip tickets on sale
via the Rock Island on Nov. 7, 21. Dec.
5 and 19 to a number of points in the
west, southwest and south. The rate
to a few of these points are as fol
lows: $12.90 to Muskogee, I. T., and
return; $14.05 to Oklahoma City, O. T.,
and return; $17.25 to Fort Worth or
Dallas and return; $21.75 to Galveston,
Tex., and return; $22.90 to Sr.n Anto
nio, Tex., and return. For full informa
tion call or write to F. H. Plummer,
C. P. A., 1S29 Second avenue.
Low Rates via the Rock Island.
On Nov. 7 and 21, Dec. 5 and 19, the
Rock Island will have on sale round
trip tickets at a very low rate to a num
ber of points In the north, west and
southwest. For full Information call at
depot or city office, 1829 Second av
enue. PASTOR OF CENTRAL CHURCH
Addresses Young Men's Christian As
"The Manly Man in a Worldly
World." is to be the subject of an ad
dress by Rev. Marion Humphreys, pas
tor of the Central Presbyterian church
ar the men's meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
Sunday afternoon. An interesting
meeting is anticipated. Vocal music
will be furnished by Mis D. D. Wood.
This evening the last of the services
of te week of prayer win be he.d at
the Y. M. C. A. building, when J. K.
Hart will speak on the subject. "The
Power of Love." The meeting will be
RAILWAY MEN ARE NUMEROUS
Various Agents Attending to Business
Interests in Rock Island.
Among the business visitors in Hock
Island today were the following rail
way nun: II. L. Porter, division super
intendent of the Burlington: George A.
Smith, Peoria, commercial agent of the
Illinois Central; H. L. Pease, Chicago,
passenger agent of the Missouri Paci
fic; It. S. Greenwood, traveling passen
ger agent of the Wabash; E. D. Strat
ton. Peoria, commercial agent of the
Southern railway; Frank Shearer.
Pecria. agent of the Hoosac Tunnel
Fast Freight line; , Frlank,iPM...UlCsu.
Peoria, general agent of tne L. E. &
W. ; Frank Ryan, traveling agent of
the Wisconsin Central; and Thomas
Brcnnan of Streator, traveling freight
agent of the Indiana, Illinois & Iowa
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for action,
by Dr. King's New Life Pi'.ls, you can
tell It by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; the brightness of the eyes;
the firmness of the flesh and muscles;
the buoyancy of the mind. Try them.
At Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store, 25
"Cure the cough and save the life."
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs and colds, down to the very
verge of consumption.
For sale by John T. Nofttsker. Davl
Dun. Kick inland Hardwaic ci'rn-an;
t&d J. J. Durjft:3 tt Co.
Vs-4 MINES ITlltf H
I f wtAna for MowrmQ
Special Values For Saturday in
MEN'S SUITS AT
$10. $12. $13.50 and $15
in all the new cuts, double and single-breasted
with side or center vents and trimmed and
made as well as any that you will liud else
where from st to 5 more. Take a look at
them it pays at G. & H.
SATURDAY NIGHT AT 10
O'CLOCK is the closing hour of
the big Seven-Day-Sale at the
H. & H. market, a sale which has
attracted more comment and se
cured greater results than any
grocery sale in Rock Island for
many years, and will be long re
membered, especially by those
who have taken advantage of
these ' great opportunities, and
will establish a stronger and
broader prestige for this store.
Look at the list tcmorrow read
it over carefully and order liber
ally. We guarantee you quality
and satisfaction on all purchases
made at this market.
MORE THAN 50 SPECIAL
LOW PRICE? ON STRICTLY
FANCY AND STAPLE TABLE
SUPPLIES. SEE THE LIST.
Fruits, vegetables, sauer kraut,
fancy imported and domestic
cheese, home-made mince meat,
sweet cider, all kinds of sausag
es, poultry, oysters, etc., Elgin
creamery butter. Chase &. San
born's celebrated teas and cof
fees. Franklin McVeigh's Club
Hcuse and Lyndon canned goods,
the well known .Monarch and
other best known brands of high
grade qualities, Armour's, . Gil
morc's and Kohr's best grades
of sugar cured hams, bacon, etc.
PLENTY OF YOUNG FRESH
DRESSED CHICKENS FOR
ON SATURDAY, IF YOUR OR
DERS COME IN EARLY.
Harris & Hess
Grocery Co .
Eighteenth St. and Third Ave.
Four Trunk Line Phones.
ftev 'FhOBra 54 M Bad HS2.'.; old
'Fhuari ATA and 457.
A! ill wu&&M
Order your N E W
Suit or Overcoat at
J.B. ZIMMER&SON 3
New Location, 1817 Second Av
LEO VICTOR 8
Quick sho o
hoes Mad to g
thln Car lor. Q
Bole tad keels,
Bole aad keels,
We make a spe
cialty of shoe
shining 6o R
Open from I a, O
a to S p. m. , g
1608 2d Ave. g
ock Island, g