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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1C, 190C.
Jury Decides Against Mississippi Va!
ley Traction Company Fixes
Damages at $5,000.
Matthew Coburn was awarded $5,000
by the Jury which returned Its verdict
this afternoon in circuit court. The
defendant is the Mississippi Valley
Traction company and the charge was
personal injury. The allegation was
that the plaintiff had suffered a para
lyzed arm as a result of an accident on
the line of the defendant company, on
which he was a passenger. W. R.
Moore Is attorney for the plaintiff and
C. J. Searle, assisted D. F. Peek in the
Ueaerally fair oicht aail Friday,
wltk rl-laK friaperaturr. Tar lonml
eaaaratore toalgjat will be about IS
drirtn above irra,
J. 91. SIIEIUKR, ObMTTer.
Tempera tore at 7 a. uu. 14; at 3i30
p. tm-, 2J. 91 la I in am temperature la 21
hours, 4. Velocity of mind at 8 a. . 7
Insure with McKee.
Brook trout at Aten's.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
Money to loan. Reidy Bros.
Go to Lage-Waters" for shoes.
TrI-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Nice dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
For bus, baggage, express call Robb's.
Pillsbury's Best $1.25 a sack at Selle
Manl S Flour tl.lrt ner sack at
' Selle Eros'.
See bottom page C for something
good In coal.
Good canned corn 5 cents per can at
Squabs, dressed to order, at 11. Tre
Ullemeyer & Sterling every time for
the good hats.
Dressed turkeys and chickens at 11.
All wool Smyrna rugs 97 cents Sat
urday at McCabe's.
21 lbs. best granulated sugar for
$1.00, at Selie Bros.
A mo Jem G-room cottage and a mod
ern house of 8 rooms are advertised
for rent in The Argus classified col
umns this evening.
The stage of water was 4.10 at G
a. m.. and 4.20 at noon.
Bulk and canned oysters and shrimp
at H. Tremann's Sons'.
Bo sure and try a cup of Boll coffee
free at Selle Bros', store.
Plenty of eggs at 12 cents a dozen
at Selle Bros"., Saturday.
Fresh ocean fish direct from the
coast at Aten's. Try them.
Get some of those bargains in child
ren's shoes at Lage-Waters. j
" If you enjoy delicious, crispy, brown
pancakes, try Mrs. Austin's. J
12V-cent fancy tennis flannel 7Vi '
cents Saturday at McCabe's. I
Two quart granite coffee pots z.i
cents Saturday at McCabe's.
Ice cream and Ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
Don't miss getting a cup of famous
Bell coffee at Selle Bros, store.
There are many good bargains to be
found In shoes at Lage-Waters'.
Ask. your grocer for Mrs. Austin's
pancake flour. Fresh and delicious.
Order a prime roast of beef for your
Sunday dinner at Coleman's market.
If not. why have you not tried a cup
of Bell's coffee at Selle Bros, store.
Only a few of them left, those $3.50
men's shoes for $1.98. I.age-Waters'.
Passig Bros, have everything in the
line of imported and domestic cheeses.
Fancy dress prints. 10 yards for 2:
cents, 4 o'clock Saturday at McCabe's.
22 cents yard for torchon laces,
worth S cents, at McCabe's Saturday.
Hats spring hats correct hats
Where? Always at Ullemeyer & Ster
ling's. The easiest way to prepare a quick
breakfast is to use Mrs. Austin's pan
Follow the crowd to Sello Bros,
store and have a cup of Bell's delicious
coffee free. "
That Milwaukee sausage is delicious.
Have you tried it? Fresh shipment at
Plenty of fresh fish and oysters ev
ery day at Aten's fish market, 1510
If it's the "correct" spring shape in
hats you want, (IT. & S.) Ullemeyer
Sterling have them.
About two dozen coney cluster neck
scarfs, six tails, pick quick, at IS cents
Saturday at McCabe's.
We'll be pleased to show you the lat
est styles in the early spring correct
: hat blocks. (U. & S.)
If you are going to buy a home this
spring be sure and look at Reidy Bros.
list of property for sale.
Passig Bros, will have their usual
complete display of fresh vegetables
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w New Spring -"Goods Are Arriving Daily
the New Shirt Waists.
SEE the New Eton Suits,
SEE the New Spring Jackets.
SEE the New Nobby Long Coats.
SEE the New Spring Skirts,
SEE the New Spring Embroideries,
SEE the New Spring White Goods,
SEE the New Spring Dress Goods
Our White Goods and Embroideries Are Moving Fast. They Are Ex
traordinary Bargains for Our February Sale.
Men's all wool underwear, regular
$1 grade, in natural' sal moit ' it'iid
blue colors, fine $1 garment ;
to go at S9c
Men's fleece lined underwear, regu
lar 50c grade,
on sale at 39c
$1 grade Monarch stiff bosom
shirts, some fine styles, .
for only T9c
Men's all wool socks, regular 25c
grade, a few more to give
you, at per pair .., 19c
Men's suspenders, tlto kind you al
ways pay 25c for. to go at,
per pair 15c
Cent's four-in-hand silk ties, 5'c
Do- 't forget that we carry a full
line of suit cases, telescopes and
leather bags. Come in and look
them over before you. buy.
A nice new line of shirt waist sets,
just the thing for spring and
summer, up from 25c
Fine lot of cuff pins, just in,
per pair, up from 30c
Look at our new bracelets, plain
and Roman finish, the very
latest thing at . 2.25
Special Fine quality quadruple
plate gilt lined nut bowls, while
they last, $2.75 value
How Is this? Half dozen; knives
and half dozen forks, William A.
Rogers 12 pwt., the very best qual
ity; now look at this
1S47 Roger Bros', knives and forks,
one-half dozen each,
Ribbons, Collars, Belts
5 inch changeable all silk ribbons,
in all shades, special, per
'1 25 C
New line of wash collars, embroid
ered in white and colors, wortJi.qp
to r0c, sale pviee, ,,.
The latest style in gilt belts, very
popular, sale price Gilc, 5c
Indies' hemstitched and embroid
ered all linen handkerchiefs,
sale price, 2 for 25c
Sheets and Pillow
72x90 bleached sheets,
81x90 bleached sheets.
45x3G hemstitched pillow
cases, each 12'C
42x3G hemstitched pillow
cases, each 12c
45x3G bleached pillow
cases, each lO'-C
42x3G bleached pillow
cases, each 10c
Extra special, SlxDO seamless
sheets, made of high grade . i -muslin,
per pair . $1.35
IS inch soft finish half bleached
crash, per yard f)c
Mill lengths of heavy brown muslin,
regular value per yard 10c, sale
price Saturday, per yard 'J'C
S. H. & M. famous silk petticoats,
guaranteed taffeta silk, formerly
sold at $5.98 and $G.50, Saturday.
Saturday, while they last. .4.98
Pine Tar, Witch Hazel, Carbolic
and Oat Meal soaps, 3 oz. cakes,
special, per cake 2c
Monrad's antiseptic lotion, removes
all irritations and roughness of
the skin, per bottle 25c
Wilbert's talcum powder,
per can Jc
Dr. Graves unequaled tooth
powder, per bottle 15c
Domestic bay rum, S oz.
bottle, each 15c
for the hair, violet and embrosia
per bottle 48c
Seeds, Seeds, Seeds.
We carry a full line of seeds in
bulk, which we guarantee to be true
to name and high quality, as we
test our seeds, before we place
them on sale and know that they
will grow. Wholesale and retail.
This department is packed with
big bargains in granite Iron, tin
and wooden ware.
Agents for I tenth & Milligan
Feather and wool dusters,
up from 10c
Nickel plated wall match
Mrs. Vrooman's fink
We have just opened five cases of
fine imported china that reached us
too late for the Christmas trade
and we will put this lot on sale at
once, at prices that will prove at
tractive. Remember that these are
ail new goods and not odds and
endc from a 1905 stock. Do not fail
to look.through this line.
tea cups ami saucers 10c
chocolate cups an J saucers. . K)C
sauce dishes 10c
spoon trays 10c
coffee cups and saucers 15c
sugar bowls 15c
olive dishes 1 5c
salad - dishes 25c
tea pots 25c
basket s ..... ...... 5C
chocolate pots 50c
A large list of articles that we
have not the space to mention. Ask
to see them. .
tomorrow. Order there for your Sun
day dinner. '
. Spare ribs, Boston butts, sausage
meat and choice pork roasts at Gil
more's packing house market.
For Saturday, 2 pounds of English
walnuts for 25 cents at Passig Bros'.
Only two pounds to a customer.
Spring style hats. We are showing
the new and proper style headwear.
(17. & S.) Ullemeyer & Sterling.
Ladies' fancy wool waists, worth
$4.50, odd sizes, some a little soiled,
choice $1 Saturday at McCabe's.
Mueller Lumber, company are exclu
sive agents for third vein La Salle.
Contains less ashes than any other.
E. B. McKown has received a new
supply of the genuine Pocahontas coal,
a fuel which is unexcelled for furnaces.
Large, red pound flat can salmon,
12 cents per can at Passig Bros,
tomorrow. Only 2 cans to a customer.
Special tomorrow, English walnuts,
two pounds for 25 cents. " Only two
pounds to a customer, at Passig Bros.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old "phone west 59.
The Jolly Haymakers of King Phillip
tribe. No. 94, I. O. R. M., have issued
unique invitations to their annual mas
querade at Industrial hail, Moline,
C. Simser has added to his store,
1318-1320 Third avenue, a tea and cof-
jfee department. The best of coffees,
. spices, baking powder, canned goods,
(etc., at lowest prices. Telephone or
ders will be delivered promptly. Ring
up and ask about it.
Eighth annual masquerade ball given
by May Flower camp, 101, R. N. A., at
Armory hall Friday evening. Feb. 1G.
Cash prizes given. Admission, gents,
25 cents, ladies 15 cents.
The person who found the purse lost
Saturday at Twentieth street and
Fourth avenue or on the red line car,
will find a notice of interest in The
Argus Lost and Found column this
Rock Island assembly, 292, Loyal
Americans of the Republic, will hold a
box social and dance Friday evening,
Feb. 1G, at Beselin's hall, 1504 Second
avenue. Admission, gentlemen 10 cents,
ladies, free when bringing a box. A
good time is assured to all who attend.
The jewelers of Rock Island, Daven
port and Moline dined at the Harper
house last evening and, perfected a so
cial organization. . It will be known
as the Tri-City Retail Jewelers' associa
tionv B. F. Nabstedt of Davenport
was named as president and H. G.
Goldsmith, of Davenport, is secretary
Owing to a demand made on us by
the journeyman painters' union for an
advance In wages, time work will be
45 cents per hour instead of 40 cents
as heretofore, price to take effect
March 1. 190G. (Signed) Lerch &
Greve. Paridon Wall Paper Co., L.' N.
Bourdeau, Weinberger & Gardner, P. J.
Lee. W. C. Hubbe, H. Voege. Rabe &
' Co., F. Druckmlller. Strecker & Lewis,
' C. A. Johnson, Adams Wall Paper Co.,
Lindblom & Nelson, Hansen & Gitt, E.
. P. A. Finne, the shoe man, yesterday
closed a deal whereby he disposes of
his entire stock of ladies' and misses
shoes. His trade in men's, boys,
youth's, and little gent's shoes has in
creased so rapidly that he was com
pelled to have more roon for these
lines. His spring shipments will ar
rive in a few days and he will then
have the most complete stock of men's,
boys and youth's shoes in the city.
Specials for Saturday.
duck coats, 75c.
night robes, 75c.
fancy vests, 75c.
blouse waists, 75c.
Notice to Fraternal Tribunes.
All members of the Fraternal Trib
unes who intend to go to Silvis Friday
evening. Feb. 1G, are requested to
catch the interurban car that leaves
Moline at 7 o'clock. COMMITTEE.
. Everybody's liable, to itching piles.
Rich and poor, old and young terrible
the torture they suffer. Only one sure
cure. Doan's Ointment. Absolutely
safe; can't fall, i ..
HONOR MEMORY OF
DEAN THOMAS MACKIN
Solemn High Mass Celebrated at St.
Joseph's Church to Observe An
niversary of Death.
Solemn high mass in honor of Dean
Thomas Mackin was celebrated today
at St. Joseph's church, this b;ing the
first anniversary of his death. The
mass was celebrated at 9 o'clock. Dean
J. J. Quinn officiating as celebrant.
Father Kelly of St. Mary's church,
Moline, acted as deacon, and Father
J. B. Culemans of St. Paul's church of
this city, as sub-deacon. The mass
was sung by the full choir, Mrs. T. B.
Reidy singing the offertory, "The Man
of Sorrow." and Mrs. Casey, at the
pater nostre, "Face to Face."
DELEGATES RETURN FROM
President G. H. Kingsbury Says Bloom
ington Meeting Was Largest and
Most Satisfactory Held.
President George H. Kingsbury and
the delegates of the local Retail Mer
chants' association have returned from
the state convention at Bloomington,
where Mr. Kingsbury was honored
with reelection as president. Mr.
Kingsbury is enthusiastic over the bus
iness transacted by the convention,
and says it was the largest and one of
the best meetings ever held by the or
ganization. The selection of George E.
Green of Peoria, as secretary, was
most, gratifying to Mr. Kingsbury. Mr.
Green was formerly secretary of tlis
association, resigning a few months
ago to engage In business. In his an
nual message. President Kingsbiiry
recommended that a change in the con
stitution be made, to place the selec
tion and employment of the secretary
in the hands of the executive commit
tee. This met with unanimous approv
al, and Mr. Green's election resulted.
Resolutions opposing the proposed
parcels iost and postal check system.-;
Make a note now to get Els Cream
Balm if you are troubled with nasal
catarrh, hay fever or cold in the head,
it is purifying and soothing to the sen
sitive membranes that line the air pas
sages. It is made to cure the disease,
not to fool the patient by a short, de
ceptive relief. There is no cocaine nor
mercury in it. Do not be talked int.
taking a substitute for Ely's Cream
Balm. All druggists sell it. Price, 5
cents. Mailed by Ely Bros., 5G War
ren street, New York.
This ailment Is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles and may
be cured by applying Chamberlain s
Pain Bairn two or three times a day
and rubbing the parts vigorously at
each application. If this does not al
ford relief, bind on a piece of llnutie:
slightly dampened with Pain Balm,
and quick relief Is almost surd to fol
low. For sale by all leading druggists.
All the new: all the time TIM:
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