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THE AHGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1006.
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FOR THE REVIVAL
Ministers of Three Cities Make
Further Plans for Meetings.
DR. BEIDERWOLF IS SECURED
Now Conducting Evangelistic Services
in Elgin Other Evangelists Are
At a meeting of the pastors of the
churches of the three cities, held yes
terday afternoon in Davenport, at the
Y. M. C. A., plans were made which
insure a general revival for the three
cities within a few weeks. It is given
out that the Intention is to conduct a
revival free of the sensational features
that have characterized many of the
meetings held recently throughout the
Open la Davenport.
The plan, as formulated at the meet
ing yesterday, to conduct the revivals
on the district plan. Evangelists will
be called to the three cities, and will
hold a number of meetings in the va
rious churches, beginning probably it
Davenport. After the meetings have
progressed in the individual churches
for two weeks, central meetings will be
held ir. Davenport by Dr. Beiderwolf,
who is now at Elgin, While he is con
ducting the central meetings in Daven
port, the other evangelists will take up
the work in Rock Island churches
holding revival meetings in the Indi
vidual churches of this city. Following
these meetings in the churches, a gen
eral revival will be conducted in this
city by Dr. Beiderwolf, on the conclu
sion of his series of meetings in Dav
enport. While the central meetings
are being held in this city, the evangel
ists will take up their work in Moline
Dr. Beiderwolf will conclude his work
with general revival services in Mo
It has been arranged that the revival
shall bf In charge of an executive com
mittee of the three cities, composed of
three members, one from each city.
The general committee of each city
will be composed of the pastor and two
laymen from each church. The gen
eral committee will select a city execu
tive committee, and the chairman of
the three city executive committees
will compose the tri-city executive com
mittee. Confer at Klein.
In order to lay the matter before
Dr. Beiderwolf. the ministers appointed
a committee to go to Elgin and confer
with him there. This committee is com
posed of Rev. B. F. Martin, pastor of
the First Methodist church. Moline;
Dr. W. S. Marquis, pastor of Broad
way Presbyterian church of this city,
and Rev. C. A. Moore, pastor of the
Edwards Congregational church of
Davenport. The preliminary arrange
ments for the work will be taken up at
once in the three cities.
fering from typhoid fever, and his con
dition Is regarded as very critical.
McKown sells the genuine Pocahon
tas, a coal unsurpassed for furnaces.
Misses' 50-cent corduroy tarn caps,
22 cents apiece Saturday at McCabe's.
Nothing halfy so fine as Mrs. Austin's
pancake flour. Ask your grocer for it.
Ladies' pretty fleeced flannelette
waists, 42 cents, Saturday at McCabe's.
No trouble to get breakfast quick if
you have Mrs. Austin's pancake flour.
At 4 o'clock Saturday, indigo dress
prints, 3 cents per yard at McCabe's.
Lewis single binder, the famous
straight 5-cent cigar, always best qual
ity. High class "Gage" cloth turbans, silk
velvet trimmed, 11.25, Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. Free. Full packages of Skourezy
given away again Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. 23 per cent discount on boys' suits
and overcoats, (U. & S.) Ullemeyer &
Tomorrow, last day of the three day
ladies' shoe sale at Lage-Waters' Shoe
and old chickens,
and old chickens,
Plenty of ycung
nicely dressed, at
Plenty of young
nicely dresstd, at
C9 cents for $1.00 sweaters in child
ren's fancy all wool, (U. & S.) Ullemey
er & Sterling.
Don't forget to have Mrs. Austin's
pancakes for breakfast. Your grocer
can supply you.
A good position is offered to a first
class tailor in the Argus classified col
umns this evening.
Get a pair of ladies' $3.50 shoes for
$2.09 at Lage-Waters' Shoe company.
1703 Second avenue.
Down, down they go. Prices on
men's trousers, way down at (U. & S.)
Ullemeyer &. Sterling's.
II. K. Walker is selling a new addi
tion in South Heights. Read his for
sale ad for particulars.
Those white handkerchiefs, one cor
ner nicely embroidered. 4 cents, Sat
urday at McCabe's. 4 cents.
Order one cf those prime roasts of
beef at Coleman's market for your
Sunday dinner. Both phones.
Tenderloins, spare ribs, pork loins.
Boston butts, and trimmings at Gil
more's packing hous- market.
Miss Hartley conducts fashionable
dress making parlors at 522 Twentieth
street. Old 'phone 814-Y. Prices reasonable.
Prof. Clendenen of Davenport, will
cpen a children's dancing class in Odd
Fellows hall (over the London Cloth
ing compauy's store) Saturday after
noon of this week at 2:30 o'clock. For
Pork tenderloins, spare ribs, leaf
lard, butts, sausage meat, neck bones,
pigs' feet, livers and hearts, at H
Trousers sale. This is the time of
year that many are looking for good
pants at low prices. We have them.
Ullemeyer & Sterling.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old 'phone, west 59.
Now is your chance to save many
good dollars. We are selling all our
men's fancy pattern winter suits at a
large discount, (U. & S.) Ullemeyer &
William Hofman, a farmer living
near Milan, was granted a marriage li
cense in Davenport yesterday, the lady
being Miss Gusta Schmidt, of the lat
A car load of new framed pictures
will be sold for almost nothing com
mencing Saturday, Jan. 13. B. Jack
son's jewelry and art store, 1807 Sec
The big rink announces a contest in
graceful skating each Tuesday night
of this month. Thursday nights some
special features will be introduced.
Prizes will be offered.
C. Gebhart, a cigar maker who was
wanted In Peoria was taken from a
train here, but was released upon set
tlement of the claim against him,
which consists of a board bill
The Whiteash, is a high grade soft
coal, gives an intense heat, is econom
ical and clean and costs no more
than lower grade coals. It is sold ex
clusively by McKown, 1401 Second av
enue. Dr. Rush E. Crissman received his
certificate of membership of the Sons
of the American Revolution this morn
ing, being the descendant of Gen, Tho
mas Mifflin, who was the first ap
pointee of Gen. George Washington
and served as his aide-de-camp during
our struggle for liberty.
COLLINS MAY BE SENT BACK
Now Cut on Parole from Pontiac Re
formatory. John Collins, who was sent to Pon
tiac from this city on a charge of for
gery, and who is out on parole stands
a chance of being returned to the re
formatory. He is charged with selling
the furniture from the home of his
mother. He was suffering with deliri
um tremens when taken into custody
in Davenport and was placed in the
Coon lunch at Alphone DeWitt'a
place. Ninth street and Fifth avenue,
Rock Island Battery Company
Loses Entire Plant at
SEVERAL FIREMEN INJURED
Establishment Recently Removed from
This- City Local People
Cincinnati, Jan. 12. With a terrific
crash the floor of the annex in the rear
of the plant of the Rock Island Bat
tery company fell today, carrying 10
firemen 20 feet into the cellar, injuring
four and bruising others, but none ser
iously." The accident came following
an all-night battle with a fire that de
stroyed the plant. The fire caused a
loss of $50,000.
Left Here Recently.
The foregoing, received by Associa
ted Press today, will cause regret in
this city. The Rock Island Battery
company was organized here two years
ago and occupied the old shoe factory
in the west end of the city. Several
months ago it was removed to Cin
cinnati. Meyer Loeb is one of the Rock
Islanders most heavily interested in
the concern, though other stock is held
here. Mr. Loeb removed to Cincinnati
when the factory was located there.
Specials for Saturday.
25c Teneriffe doylies only 10c each.
Quantity limited. Linen department.
Just eight high class cloth turbans,
all different colors, trimmed with silk
velvet, elegant large steel buckle, the
swell "Gage" make; were $3.75; Sat
urday at just one-third, $1.25. Only
eight of them . Select early $1.25.
Only 34 of those misses' corduroy
tarn caps, with visor, left; early 50c;
Saturday take one at 22c; you see, less
than half 22c.
Those nice chocolate and vanilla
fudges ltc a lb. again Saturday.
Fresh salted peanuts, lb.. 10c.
Something for nothing. Free to the
first 500. All persons visiting our sec
ond floor Saturday beginning at 9
o'clock, we give absolutely free one
full size package of Skourezy (Scour
easy), equal to Sapolio, Bon Ami. etc.;
only to adfults. as we wish this to go
to 500 families; only one package free
Men's 25c cashmere socks, black and
oxford gray, all day. pair, 17c.
30-inch denim table covers, embroid
ered and washable,
White curtain Swisses, quantity lim
ited to each customer at 2 o'clock, yd.,
Misses' and ladies' pure white hem
stitched handkerchiefs, nicely embroid
ered in one corner. Saturday while 25
dozen last, 4c each.
Ladies' finest imported golf gloves,
plain and fancy styles. 50c to 75c lines,
all at the one price. 39c.
Boys' cotton flannel gloves, 7:30 p.
m., 4 c pair.
White wool flannels, quantity limited,
7:30 p. m., yd., 12Vc.
Mill lengths 15c bleached pillow cas
ing. 42 inches wide, at 2 o'clock, yd., c.
Mill lengths Bates seersucker ging
hams, worth 12c yd., at 3 o'clock 7c
At 4 o'clock indigo dress prints, 3c
yd. None at wholesale. Yard 3c.
Women's $1 fur trimmed high cut
felt slippers, Saturday while they last,
Women's silk embroidered hose,
worth 20c, at 3 o'clock, 10c a pair.
Salesmen's samples of rugs, Wilton
velvets, Axminsters and Brussels car
pets, values up to $1.50 per yd., I1
yards long, choice, piece, C7c.
Brussels, weave carpets for stairs
and runners, heavy and serviceable,
per yard, 25c.
Parlor tables, select oak and maple
polish finish, value $3, for $1.95.
Chautauqua blackboards and desks,
with information to Interest and In
struct the child, a kindergarten in
Ladies' pretty fleeced flannelette
Beauty pins, two on a card, notion
dcDartment: two cards (4) for 5c.
Ten splendid stories for boys and
girls, cloth bound, all day, 15c.
John J. Clark's soft finish 200-yard
spool cotton Saturday, 3 spools for 5c.
75c velveteens for waists, fancy col
ors, mostly gun metal grays, to clean
them up quick Saturday, yd., 25c.
Arnold's finest Persian and Japan
ese figured flannelettes, double fold,
10c values, all day, yd., i)hc.
Ladies' gray Melton walking skirts
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between D.
H. Richardson and A. Tanner under
the firm name of Twin-City Electric
company, has been dissolved, and said
business will hereafter be conducted
by A. Tanner at 2523 Eighth avenue.
Henry Schumacher Dies.
Henry A. Schumacher of Moline
died today at the age of 88 years. He
has lived in this locality since 1852.
having during that period of tinie been
a resident of all three cities. His death
followed the breaking of his hip by a
(eaeralljr fair tonlaht and Saturday J
riiK temperature. The limml tem
perature tonight will be about the
J. 91. SIIKKIHIL. Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m.. 311; at 3i30
p. mu. 3H. Veloeity of vtlnl at N a.
1 mile an hour
Shoe talc ad
On this page.
Insure with McK.ee.
Hard wooi at McKown's.
$1 ties 50 cents at Lloyd's.
Remodeling sale at Lloyd's.
Dressed rabbits at Schroeder's.
Dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
. Dressed chickens at Schroeder's.
Ladies shoe sale at Lage-Waters'.
Don't miss Lloyd's remodeling sale.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express call Robb's.
Attend the remodeling sale at
Ladles", rubbers, 39 cents at Lage
Waters'. $3 hats aL $1.30 at Lloyd's remodel
Only $1.3) for $3 bafs at Lloyd's re
Only 50 cents for $1 ties at Lloyd's
Dressed turkeys 'ami chickens at fl.
The stage of vat?r was 4.40 at C a.
ni., and 4-50 at noon.
You'll went golf gloves; about half
price now at McCabe's.
Spare ribs, pork loins and tender
loins at Coleman's markeL
Freh dressed chickens at Colcniaa't
market, 1511 Second avenue.
Ladles' shoes, $1.25 tomorrow at
Lage-Waters' Shoe company.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
Big bargain day for ladies tomorrow
at Lage-Waters" Shoe company.
The Mueller Lumber company are
making the lowest prices on coal.
White curtain gwlsses 5 cents a yard.
Saturday at 2 o'clock at McCabe's.
$1.49 buys a good heavy wool pants
at (U. & S.) Ullemeyer & Sterling's.
W. C. Putnam, the prominent Dav
enport attorney and financier, Is ,suf
After invoicing we find ourselves in position with a too large
stock of Winter Shoes. We are going to reduce this stock with
prices, that will move it out quick. Our shoes are all new and
up to date. No shelf worn goods here.
This Shoe Sale Starts Saturday Jan. 15. Come EaLrly
For Best Selections.
$3.50 ladies' Patrician fine shoes',
patent colt and vici kid; button.
.Blucher and lace; both heavy and
light sole; Cuban and medium heel;
A to D widths; all sizes; your
choice, at per Q tZ
$3.00 ladies' fine shoes; patent colt,
vici kid, gun metal; Blucher an J
lace; heavy and light sole; Cuban
and medium heel; patent tip and
kid tip; A to EE; all sizes; your
choice of this splendid "" LQ
lot at -.0O
$2.75 and $2.50 ladies" fine piioes;
vici kid, patent- tip; Blucher and
lace; heavy and medium sole; Cu
band and medium heel; A to EK;
si; new anl up-todate; all sizes;
at per pair tmij
$2.00 ladies" f.no shoes; vici kid;
patent tip; heavy soles; D, E and
EE; all sizes; latest styles; choice
at per ,
125 pairs men's $4.00 patent colt,
button and Blucher; all the latest
styles: A to D; all sizes, 5 to 10;
take your choice, C
at per pair ;. . J
95 pairs men's $3.50 shoes; patent
colt, velour calf, and box calf;
heavy and medium sole; Blucher
and lace; all the latest styles; A to
E; sizes, 5 to 11; take your
choice at per
8i; pairs men's $3.00 shoes; patent
colt, velour calf, box calf, and vici
kid; Blucher and lace; all new, up-to-date;
B to E; ail sizes 5 to 11;
take your choice, h C
at per pair m.vJ
We have some great bargains in
men's broken sizes, $2.50 and $2.00
large sizes left, t C
will go at per pair lmJJ
1610 SECOND AVE.
KEMEMBER THE PLACE.
FIVE DOORS EAST OF ILLINOIS THEATRE
Surplus suits to
$24 and $ZZ O'Coats Blacks, Ox
fords and Fancy Scotch Cheviots.
Surplus $22 and $24 Yorkshire suits
FUR OVERCOATS 10 OFF
d A 3 for $18.00 Overcoats.
J 1 Ht $20.00.
CIO Ci for $16.50 Overcoats. Surplus
P IjZ9iJJ to $18.00.
fEZ fr Overcoats to $15. By long odds the
3)t0) Overcoat sale of the year.
S4.75 & $6.50
for $7.50 and
Shirt . . .
This is by long odds the greatest
January Shirt sale ever held. Any
$1.00 ShJrt 79c. The greatest
variety of $1.50 Percales, novelty
woven Madras and Oxfords we
have ever shown.
Any $1.50 Shirt
Any 50 cent Negligee Shirt for
3 for $1,00
Plain or. self -figured,' Jacqnard. Lisle,
35c, 3 for .... . $1.00
Men's Imported25cf3psiery. . . . 19c
All Men's 15c Ctton;.rHosiery . '. 9c
All Wool 17cuHose:i3c, 2fcr25c
WOOll5CtfiOEO . .
Underwear, Night Robes, Caps, Boys'
$1.50 Extra Quality Wool Underwear $1.15
SI.OO Wool Underwear 73c
75c Wool Underwear 59c
50c Winter Underwear 38c
38c Winter Underwear "2 5c
Boy's 25c Underwear 19c
50c Domet Flannel Night Robes, 3 for $1 ..35c
$1.00 Domet Night Robes 89c
$1.25 Caps, Brook Mink, fur in band 94c
$1.00 Winter Caps 75c
85c Winter Caps 64c
75c Winter Caps ....... 57c
50c Winter Caps 38c
Boys' 25c Corduroy Caps 19c
DUCK COATS 10 OFF
Men's and Boys' 50c Cotton Sweaters 25c
Children's 15c Hosiery I2 1-2c
50c Camels Hair Tarns.... 25c
25c Fancy Knit Toques 15c
Children's 19c Golf Mitts 8c
Children's 35c Golf Gloves to 1 1 years 15c
Boys' and Children's O'coats 25 off
By far the greatest Boy's Overcoat 'Sale in years. All
Overcoats, Blacks, Oxfords and Imported Scotch
Cheviots and;Novelty Overcoats, 25 or A off.
Any $5.00 Pants $3.85
Any $4.00 Pants .'..$2.95
Any $3.50 Pants $2. 6.1
Any $3.00 Pants $2.25
Any $2.50 Pants $1.95
Any $1.95 Pants $1.50
Any $1.50 Pants 51.00
BRING THIS AD. WITH YOU
ROCK rsfea ' I LL.
to go at low prlcea not because there I anything wrong
with it. The patterns are good, the color harmonious;
but we must clean our shelves for the new season's stock.
Our prices for hanging are as low as the lowest and good
workmanship wiH permit.
PARIDON WALL PAPER CO.,
PRACTICAL WALL PAPER HANGER8.