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THE 'ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1905.
END CIVIL TRIALS
Dempsey Casa Probably th L.s
to be Heard in Law
List.
WEEK WITHOUT THE JURORS
Criminal Case Taken up for Conclu
sionAlleged Murderers Yet
Untried.
What is probably the last civil case
to be tried at this term of court is be
ing brought to a close, the testimony
probably being concluded this evening
This is the litigation between C. E
Dempsey and E. M. Sa'a. If the exam
inarion of wltnsne is ended upon the
adjournment of court tonight the ar
guments wl'I probably go over until
Monday.
o Jury ril Wrk.
No jury has been called for next
week and the days will be given to
completing the arguments in the case
now on trial and hearing matters not
requiring the services of a jury. Jurors
have been called for the week follow
ing, when it is probable that the
mate's attorney will be ready to pro
ceed with the trial of William Nagel
smd Josephine (.'oiler, both held on
charge of murder of Carl Hrady.
THE WEATHER
(.rarrall) fair tuulaat and Kaliirilail
older IubIkuI. wHb mlalmum lfifr
utarv alltcblly Im-Io th (wtlmt polal.
Tlir wralrrn alwrin la rfilnl near
lalut. lia-rr the harmurlrr Hum fa Urn
to 2H.1M Inrtora, anil urrl(tnllun ha
reaullrtl durlav br pul SI hwura lu
Ike aurtbrra Hm-W ntuuataia alulra
.ad mrr all Ibr ruunlr) krlnrru the
HM-k.l" aatl Ibr lll-Khaalr. Il-a
rain bum fallea at Mu ll. Illgk
vvlada prevail la tUr upper MiKalaalnpt
valley Bail Ibr lake rrKloa. The fair
wralarr that la uwtrd tn the nrnlnurd
uf tar Klurin crater prevail la fhl
lelalty ualtcb aatl Saturday, with raa
Idljr rlaiax barumelera aad eoldrr to
ll labl.
J. M. MIKHIF.U, Obaerver.
Trmarralurr at 7 a. m., 47i at SiHO
p. iii.. :tn. Mlalinuui tentueratare In the
aat 24 hvura. 41)1 nmlmun, 412. Veloc
ity uf wind at a. in.. 22 inllea per hour.
Italafall la the paat 34 boor a. .27 larhra.
A Lecture Ycu Should Hear.
Tomorrow morning at 10:30 Mrs.
Lillian Andrew d-Farns worth, the emi
nent enstern lecturer, will discuss Mrs.
The Peaches
and he Pears
ARE NOW GONE; NOW LET
ME SEE WHETHER I CAN
SAVE YOU SOME MONEY ON
GOOD, EVERYDAY GROCER
IES. READ THIS LIST CARE
FULLY: 20 lbs. best granulated i nn
Sugar laUU
Golden West Flour, every Of
Hack guaranteed l.fcU
Blue Ribbon Pancake nr
Flour., 3 pkgs. 4-OC
Sugar Cured Hams. 1Q
per lb laCaC
Fancy Picnic llama. q
per lb wC
10 bars Santa Claim nr
Soap C.00
Carnation Tomatoes, solid nr.
packed, 3 cans for uOC
I. X. I.. IVa?. 3 cans O
for COC
I. X. L. Corn, best iu the p
market. 3 cans 4OC
Good Sweet Corn. j
per can OC
Tall Ked Salmon. 1 flf
per can IUC
3 lb. can F.gj; Plum JOC
Carnation Catsup. 3 nr
large bottles fcOC
I-arge bottle Maple Srup. nr
jh r bottle 4-OC
Sun dried Japan Tea. per
Fancy Gunpowder Tea. per 23(J
California Prunes. 2 lbs 1 Cr
for IOC
Goldeu Drop Prunes, ft
1 lb. for IUC
Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins. r
per pkg IUC
Swtvt Potatoes, per 25C
Moja. Java and Mocha Ofl
Coffee. per lb 4-UC
Best iu town for the money.
Fresh Honey. 2 combs 25C
New York, Michigan and South
ern Apples by the barrel, bushel
or peck at reasonable prices.
Telephone ycur orders to
B. RACH MAN'S
Grocery. 700 12ih St.
Old 'phone W. 443. New, 5976.
Wharton's latent novel. "House of to each first 500 customers at Mc
Mirth." Lecture will be held at the I Cane's, after 9 o'clock Satantay mora
BIjc Boston store's book department. ' Ing. Free, abcolutely free.
Special Invitation is extended to school
teachers.
CITY CHAT.
Hare
You seen
The Hob's ad
On page seres ?
Inaure with McK
Dress gloves at Battles'.
Work gloves at Battles'.
Men's dress shoes at Battles'.
Men's work shoes at Battles'.
Dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
Boys' school shoes at Battles'.
Gins' school shoes at Battles'.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Women's dress shoes at Battles'.
Wool sox 2 for 25 cents at Battles.
Tor bus or express, Spencer &. Trefx.
For bum, baggage, express, call Robb'a.
Women's everyday shoes at Battles'.
Nicely dressed chickens at Passig
Bros'.
Apples by the barrel at Rahman's
grocery.
Get those gloves at Lloyd's and you'll
be suited.
Fur lined gloves, a complete stock.
at Lloyd's.
Nice bulk olives 20 cents a quart at
Passig Bros.
Nice bulk o'.ives 20 cents a quart at
Passig Bros.
Best $5 shoes for men in town at
Lage-Waters'.
Extra fancy Cayenne pineapples at
W. A. Ehleb's.
Very fancy bulk and canned oysters
at Passig Bros'.
Dressed turkeys and chickens at H.
Tremann's Sons'.
Guaranteed rubbers for the whole
family at Battles'.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks and
geese at Schroeder's.
Thanksgiving neckwear at (IT. &. S.)
I'llemeytr & Sterling.
Fur lined g'.oves and gloves of all
descriptions at Lloyd's.
The Jones dairy farm pure food pro
ducts at W. A. Ehleb's.
Order your Thanksgiving poultry
now at H. Tremann's Sons'.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third aveaue.
Fine molasses kisses 10 cents a
pound Saturday at McCabe's.
See Passig Bros', display of fresh
fruits and vegetables tomorrow.
Hear Rev. 11. W. Reed Monday night
Nov. 27 at the First Baptist church.
Patent leather bull dog belts, all the
rage. 15 cents Saturday at McCabe's.
See the shoes for ladies called
'Altoe," price $3.50. at Lage-Waters.
You get your money's worth in
coal from Mueller's. See ad, page 7.
Lewis' single binder costs more than
other 5-cent cigars. Smokers know why.
New shoe, a dandy, called "Mottoe,"
for $3, patent leather, at Lage-Waters'.
Boys' Reefer overcoats, special at
$2.25. (U. & S.) I'llemeyer & Ster
ling. Have you been roller skating? The
new part will be ready to use by Sat
urday. Dry coal at Mueller's yards; screen
ings. $1.60; mine run, $2.85; coke,
$5.50.
Baltimore canned and bulk oysters
orwt Vw . rnlcfv nt If Trpniann' I
cut. v v i . r ... ... - . ... . . .
Sons'.
Real French Coney fur cluster scarfs,
six long tails. 84 cents Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. Fresh spare ribs, trimmings, Boston
butts and neckbones at Gilmore's pack
ing house market.
Mrs. Austin's famous Buckwheat
make the finest buckwheat cakes.
Ready in a moment.
Passig Bros, have a complete dis
play of those fine Milwaukee sausages.
Have you tried them?
Attend the concert and ball given by
l the Rock Island Maennerchor Satur
j day evening at Turner hall.
I Tenuis night gowns, the long, warm
kind. 50 cents. 75 cents and $1. at (U.
Me S.) I'llemeyer & Sterling.
! Another lot of black sateen petti
coats, double ruffle and flounced, 27
' cents Saturday at McCabe's.
I For the best sugar cured hams and
choicest breakfast bacon go to Gil
more's packing house market.
Miss Hartley conducts fashionable
dress making parlors at 2412 Fifth and-
a half avenue. Prices reasonable.
j We ke p your suit or overcoat press-
ed and in repair for one year if bought
at our store. Gustaf:-on & Hayes.
Some siecial prices in men's and
women's handkerchiefs which ought to
make it lively Saturday at McCabe's.
Mrs. Austin's Buckwheat flour gives
you the real genuine old buckwheat
flavor. Ask for Mrs. Austin's Buck
wheat flour.
Look your best on Thanksgiving
day. That is by wearing an Ullemeyer
& Sterling correct fitting suit or over
coat. 1-2-3 white sweaters, correct for the
game, or all around wear. $1. $2. $3.
The young mens' outfitters. Ullemeyer
& Sterling.
You pay for what you get when you
order "Sealshipt" oysters solid meats,
no water, no preservatives. At Shileds'
cash grocery.
You need a new suit or overcoat for
Thanksgiving, buy a G. & H. special
and you will be dressed right. Gustaf
son Hayes.
Skourezy one fu'.l size package free
' The - King's Daughter and In His
Name circle will conduct a pie and
cake sale at the Rock Island house
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
Icgalls will sell Roman gold crosses
and signet scarf pins of good quality
for 50 cents each, all day Saturday.
Th? new store. 1707 Second avenue.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi. 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old 'phone, west 59.
Kerr, photographer, latest styles in
photos at popular prices. Work guar
anteed. Will continue taking penny
photos for a time. 1S074 Second av
enue.
New ties! new shirts; new vests;
new hats; new g'oves; new mufflers;
in fact everything that is new you will
find at the up to date store, Gustafson
& Hayes.
Tomorrow night at 10 o'clock ends
the great seven-day grocery sale at the
H. & H. market. Make your Saturday
orders liberal if money saving is any
object.
There is no better table beverage
than Bartlett Bros, coffee. Used plain
or mixed with cream and sugar it is
equally pleasing. Always keep a pound
in the pantry.
Are you a customer at the 11. & 11.
grocery? A better time for beginning
than tomorrow cannot be suggested.
Dollars for you in this last day of the
big seven-day sale.
Any purchase made at our store
from a linen collar to the highest price
suit or overcoat, if not entirely satis
factory, can be exchanged or money
cheerfully refunded. Gustafson &
Hayes.
They taste like the real thing
Sealshipt" oysters because they are
fresh, clean and free from "dope."
Fresh "Sealshipt" oysters every morn
ing at Shields' cash grocery.
As in former years. Schroeder's
Twentieth street market will be head
quarters for the choicest Thanksgiving
poultry. Prices will be as low as the
lowest, and there will be plenty of
young turkeys, geese, ducks and chick
ens. The fire department was called this
morning at 9:30 to 4500 Railroad av
enue where soot burning in a chim
ney had scorched the wall paper near
the thimble. No damage resulted, and
the services of the department were
not required.
Just received for holiday trade, a
couple of cars of New York fancy ap
ples, good color and all kinds of vari
eties at very reasonable prices. Call
and examine the stock at Rachman's,
700 Twelfth street.
You can buy oysters almost any
where. You can buy good oysters only
at Shields cash grocery, because he is
the dealer who sells "Sealshipt" oys
ters. They are brought direct from the
bed.?, in the "Sealshipt" oyster carriers
that's what makes them so good.
The Christian Science reading rooms
at 17154 Second avenue is open each
week day from 11:30 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.
SATURDAY SHOE SPECIALS,
At the Lage-Waters Shoe Company,
1703 Second Avenue, Tomorrow.
Boys' all solid satin calf shoes for
$1.25.
Youths' all solid satin calf shoes for
$1.00.
stock Up kid shoes
Women's
$1.25.
Women's patent
$1.35.
Women's warm
59c.
Women's warm
C5c
Child's kid shoes,
for
tip kid shoes
lined slippers
Iind slippers
sizes 5 to 8. 59c.
Misses' kid shoes, sizes 1 to 2. $1.00.
LAO E-WATERS SHOE CO.
LEATHER WORKERS, ATTENTION.
Stay Away From Cincinnati, Ohio.
Leather workers are hereby notified
that there is a strike on at the Perkins
Campbell company, Cincinnati. Ohio.
(Signed) H. L. DARBY Sec.
William Stelk, member exct. com.
THE MARKETS.
Chicago. Nov. 24. Following are the
T.arket quotations today:
Wheat.
December. s:l. mi.;, S31. 834.
May. SC4, 87s. $(. S7.
S3. S2S. S2a4.
Com.
41Vi. 44. 44. 44 '.
44, 43,, 43Tfc.
43TS.
July, 2.
December,
May, 43T.
July. 43!. 44. 43S,
Oats.
December. 29. 293ii. 29'.. 29'i.
May. 32. 32. 314. 314.
July. 3ob. 30-H, 304, 30,.
Pork.
January. 12S0. 13.00, 12.80. 12.90.
Thar (a no Rochall Salts. Alum.
Urn or Ammonia n food mads with
IBabing
P0laQr
MOTIM THE BAiJhQ KM DEB TSUST
!t nmit pur food.
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Stop at tins Store for Thanksgiving and Ckristmas
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Mufflers. Gloves. Smoking Jackets, Batn
Robes, Suit Cases, Neckwear, etc.,
Kave become sucL popular HOLIDAY
GIFTS tnat we Kave supplied lines of
tbem unprecedented in wealtL of var
iety, quality and price.
OVERCOATS
DOUBLE-BREASTED RYTON
As illustrated. Scotch Cneviots in large
plaids. Grays witk plaid . Cartel
linings, $35 qualities 32A &$2D
RYTON SINGLE & DOUBLE
BREASTED. Knotted Highland
Plaid Overcoats for Men and Ji 1 Q
Youmj Men, $22 qualities . PJ-O
HOLIDAY OVERCOAT SPECIALS.
Original Blarney Ckecked Clievcits, $8.50,
9t $10, $12, $12.50
:i.:ir-.;
S15and jyJLV.V
PALETOTS AND SURTOUTS, Un-
s Lea red Engligji Worsteds Single, and GjLQC)
Double-breasted. $32. $24 and . . P
CHESTERFIELD O'COATS
Men of conservative taste will pick out tbe ever pop
ular Chesterfield Overcoats 44 to 52 inch lengths.
Kerseys, Vicunas, Friezes, Meltons, etc.
Prices $10, $12.50, $15, $16.50, $18.$19.50,
$22.00, $24.00, $25.00 and $32j00. . . .
j MUFFLERS For Cold Nigtts
Mufflers are much in demand these cold
nights, incidental to the Holiday Season.
A wealth of variety m English squares,
in rich color effects. Blue, White, Mar
ron, Blacks, Champagne, Tans, etc.
50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50
i
m
NECKWEAR. SMOKING JACKETS, GLOVES, BATH ROBES.
BOYS' OVERCOATS
MM
IMPOHTED NECK WEAK French
Arm ! ires and LoalHene. 25 original
deKia-nsJni armored buff, heliu, tan,
wine ana Pertdaa Khadea, tfS
1 KtMiwina- at JUC
HATIUlOliES We have supplied a
mart creditati Uaa of - BaXUrobMM. . a
pi ft of practlcsfaUUy to men suncep
Uble to colds on faavinir Uie flC ff
bathtub: holiday pectul
KAIOKlNti - JACKETS TUc pralcal
ity and comfort of ttae Smoking Jack
et fiat made It popular. Our Une for
Utte scawn aboancU in rtch materl-
...$2.75 to $12.50
BOYS' t V El tCOATS A grtaU vari
eiy uf tasty deMtsor. made tn radi
U-rials. tttxcai 3 to 1 $20 to $22
GLOVES Ve a-re Khowin tbe best of
rtablLslwd rn&nufa'tarT8' makes tn
Ktrvet (Jovch, Urtws tiluves. Urtvliyj.
tiolf and Auaomobilu oft fi
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Muy, 12 a;
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I'cember.
January. C
May. 7.i5.
13.05. 12.95,
Lard.
closed C.ft5.
0t. C.Oo. .!.
7.o7, 7.05 7.05.
Riba.
January. G.co. c.:r o.go. c.05.
May, C.S2. C5, o, rt.S2.
Kcceipts today Wheat 121, torn
oats 151. hogs 2..oo. cattle :;.r.oo, thff p
lO.OMit.
IIS market opened steady. Hops
left over ",,2oo. IJht 4.;o-fi i.H. &xtl
heavy 4.45fi4 95, mixed and hutcher-i
4.C5fl4.95. rough heavy 4.45i 4 ;o.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 3.0o0. cattle 2,000.
Hogs at Kansas City 7.00O, cattle 2.
000. I. S. Yards. 8:40 a. m. Hog market
weak to 5c lower. Light 4.55 y 4.85.
mixed and butchers 4.C055 4.90. pood
heavy 4.454.&0, rough heavy 4.43 &
4.55 .
Cattle market steady. Beeves 3.20
GC.50, cows and heifers 1.30 Ti 4.50,
Blockers and feeders 2.004.20.
Sheep market steady.
Ho: market closed weak. IJght 4.C5
4.&5, mixed and butchers 4.C0Cx 4.
good heavy 4.log 4.50, rough heavy
4.454.90.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed strong to 10c
.
higher.
New York Stocks.
New York. Nov. 24. Gas loia. V. I.
S. Steel preferred mirk lT. S.
common 3s!i, - Heading l':;i.
13
Sreel
Rof k Island preferred CS.Rix k Islan
common 2fi,2!, . & W. 52. Souther
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, new 400,15c; oats 3o
5i :52c.
Forag Timothy hay. $10ft $11;
prairie. $7f$S; clover, mixed. $7s.
Wood Hard, per load. '(i $.".5o.
Coal J.ump. bushel, 13c14c, slack,
per bushel. 8cQ9c
Live Stock.
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $ I 25 tt
1.75.
Cattle Steers, $3.OO0$1.75; cow
and helfera, $2.00 1.(0; calvcs.3.0i)
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3,000
J5.50; latnhH. I Hi $0.50.
Hon 85V IjC-
comcjtive Sugar 142. St. p. 1774,
Copper 80. Republic Steel preferred
, , Republic Steel common 20.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions. Lva
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Nov. 24. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
market.
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Dairy. 20c to 22c.
Lard Rc -3:10c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 9c
a pound; hens, per pound. 7c; ducks,
per pound. &c; turkeys, per pound, 14a
Vegetables Potatoes, 05c.
Eggs Fresh, 22c.
IBoolksS ESooksS
There are plenty of good books to be had cheap, but cheap binding
and poor print do not make good look. Our line of copyright- fQ
ed books ail the latest may Im: had at only I.UO
We have many of the choice boo ks. formerly f old at $1.50, many in the
original bindings, 4 Op
good print and good paper, for only rOl
When you buy books why not buy them at an up-to-date book Btore?
Then you are assured of two things, viz.:
(1) Real merit in the quality of the books.
2j Attention and explanation by experienced people In the realm
of book knowledge.
Come in and let us bhuw you some of our holiday book with dainty
covers.
A. W. Cram pto
THE NEW BOOK STORE. Successor to R. Crampton dLCo.
1719 SECOND AVENUE.

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