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.THE rARGTJS, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 190G.
FOR MONDAY NIGHT
Rock Island Retail
Association to Have Annual
X. Love of St. Louis, committed sul
?ide yesterday by jumping out of a sec
Mid flour window of the Seventh Ave
jue hotel. The woman had gone to
he ho.el in company with a man, who
Merchants' I arrested after she jumped from
the window, but who was later re
TO BE HELD AT THE HARPER
State Secretary George Green Will
Not Be Present Program is Pre-'
pared for the Evening.
The members of the Rock island Re
tail Merchants' association Monday
evening will kave the seventh annua
banquet of the club at the Harper
house t 8 o'clock. It is expected that
between 130 and 2D members of thelcrs-
33w Twentieth street,
WaSz Art store.
Leaf lard at Gllmore's.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
LaSalle coarl at Mueller's, only.
TrlCity Towel Supply company.
Kerler Bros. your carpet cleanersl
For bus, bag.9age, express call Robb's
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Bracelets and necklaces at J. Ram
association will be in attendance. For
the after dinner program William M.
Reck will preside as toat master, and
See J. Ramser's Kne of fancy bags;
Kastur novelties at J. Ramser's. Ev-
among those to appear on the program Urythin new and sparkling
are J. B. Oakleaf. F. W. Smith. Rev. O.
W. Lawrence, (ieorge H. Kingsbury,
president of the state association. Wil
liam B. Mclntyre. Herman Schnell, and
;rra C'aiaot Come.
The committee In charge of the ban
quel arrangements, which is composed j
of W. C. Maucker, W. F. Ammerman.
Simon Mosenfelder. A. K. Anderson.
and Valentine Nold. had arranged to
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's. 1514 Third avenue.
H. T. Slenion wants your t:u and fui-
nace work. 152G-152S Fourth avenue.
H. B. McKowu has received a new
supply of the genuine Pocahontas coal.
A new lot of exquisite English can
ary singer just received at McCabe's.
All the Saturday and Monday spe
cials at McCabe's are real trade get-
have State Secretary (Jeorge Gren of Iters
i-eona as me principal speaKer 01 i-m Dl- ran to ste the line of fancv
occasion, but Mr. Green's bereavement bag3 at , Kainser's; all new designs
oy me oeain 01 uis wiie wiw preveui anj 9na(e3
bis being present.
tikowrrn Inolght aid Monday".
Ijr warmer toalxbl.
Kala or aaon from I lab a oil Arlivni
to the lonrr llMourl and lonrr MIm-
lalppl allrM. aati niirh hlltrr Irw
erataraa In thr MIourl and upper
Mtaalsalppl vallrya arr reaultinjc from
thr Hnlna klorm nhli-h rmrra the
ltx-k mouatnla reiclon nod uiowt of iUf
C'anadlaa norllinrnl, aad l central ovrr
Colorado. Wblla bitch barouirtm pn
Tall ovrr ihr mtrrn and Malbrn -
tloaa rf-loud)" nrotlwr due to the west
ern low. exteaua almost to the Atlnntlt
eoaat. The eaalward drift of tho Col
orado atorm renter will be attended bjr
ahowera In thla vl-Inltj- tonight and
Saadar. with MllRbtly warnter temper
J. M. SUERUn. Observe.
Temperature at 7 a. in.. 7.1 at 3 1.0
p. n fKi. Mlnlaiam temperature In 24
hoar. 4S. Velocity of wind at 8 a. m-.
6 ml lea.
ACTRESS ENDS HER
Pleuty of fresh fish and oysters ev
ery day at Aten's flsh market, 1510
Sole mill agents for the celebrated
Uundhar and French Wilton rugs. Cle-
mann & Salzmaun.
Have you seen the wonderful smok
ing lady at Thomas' just a day or two
more. Don't miss it.
Don't fail to see the great demonstra
tion at Thomas drug store. The won
derful automaton lady.
The demonstrator will give you a
free treatment, and explain all about
Vapor-ol. Call on her today.
Minion and weathered oak dining
room furniture a fine display may now j
be sens at Clemann & Salzniann's.
Young & MeCombs are offering cash
piiz;3 to g"rls who use Beldfng Bros, I
& Cft'.a embroidery and spool silks. I
Clemann & Salzmann are showing a i
new line of bedruom furmture that you
ought to see before making purchases. 1
Our store is headquarters for cat-
pets and rugs of every descrintion.
Call and see our line. Clemann. & Salz
Easter novelties McCabe's chicks.
LlFEMucks- geese, rabbits, and lots of other
fancy things which you'll want if you
Delphine Love Jumps frcm Second! sec them.
iory or rtew topk notei. Miss Knoblow is demonstrating the
New York. April 7. Delphine Love, celebrated National vaporizer and Va-
an actress, naugnter or tne late ur. I. por)i for just a fow dayB Don-t fail
to see her.
The big lot of black and colored silks
at McCabe's created almost a stampede
on Saturday. Sale continues Moaday
and while they last.
All framed and unframed pictures.
artists' supplies, etc., will be sold at
auction this evening. Welsz Art store.
330 Twentieth street.
I The ladles of the G. A. R. will give
a card party Tuesday afternoon at Me
morial hall. Playing will commence
at 2:30. Admission, 15 cents.
i The new, nobby coats and suits for
Easter at McCabe's comes nearer the
mark of perfection than ever has be
fore been shown In thi3 section.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
calp given by Mrs. Lol Levi, 736 Sev
witeenth street. Old phone west f9.
li: c i i . ,
i .ti. m nuowueii s wonuciiui success
;in fitting and demonstrating the Thora
, son's glove fitting corsets at McCabe's
Induces her to remain over all next
Kaster goods In suitings at prices to
suit the purse. Very busy, but every
attention will be nven you. William
Emig, merchant tailor, 1730 Second
I am showing the choicest line of
spring suitings to be found in the city.
Prices are right. Careful attention
given. William Emig. merchant tailor,
1730 Second avenue.
You don't need to send away for or
namental shrubbery. You can get any
thing you want at the Long View Flo
ral company's. Order now for spring
planting. Both phones.
Buy your ttoirets and rugs at Cle
mann & Salzmann's, where you have
jthe advantage of selecting from the
I largest stock and secure the benefit of
.the low prices. No trouble to show
Fertilizer, steam dried, odorless for
lawns, gardens and farms, delivered to
any address in town at $1.50 per 100
pounds. Special price in tnn lota.
Twin-City Rendering company; 'phone
405 west. "
We are exclusive agents for Bclding
Bros. & Co'.s embroidery skid spool
silks. Have you read about the cash
prizes of $2 and $5 each to girls who
are users of Belding silks? Call an 1
learn more about the prizes at Yo.utft
& McCombs' store.
It's now only a matter, six mon
trading days to Easte. Will you be
able to get the sJJf'jt alteration made
in that suit fr coat which you want
to buy 8 McCabe's? Their whole tail-orir-'g
forve are at work nights, and a
few more first comers may be accom
While walking along the Prurv toll
road Thursday night, on hia way home
1 707 Zt AVI
Rock Island. I u
Our sale of tha old reliable and
only genuine Rogers knives,
forks and spoons, butter knivaa
and sugar shell in a silk lined
case at $7.90 for 23 pieces wi'l
continue indefinitely. The mail
orders are overwhelming. Sam
pie cas? on hand at the tore.
All orders filled in rotation, but
we have a big supply cenvng.
Please test the exceptional ad
vantages offered you. . Decide
now and always remember "the
little stcre with the little prics".
Lock Island. Iu.
Now at Davenport.
N 1575 Y
Office, 1809 Second
over Hem Taa Company.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 9 p.
days, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
New phane 5180.
Saturday Evening. April 7, 1906 .
March, "Th Military Swing" Brooks
Intermezzo, "Flying Arrow" Holzmann
Selection, "Jaclnta" - .Tobanl
Medley March, "What You Going to Do When
the Rent Comes 'Round" Von Tilzer
Waltz, "The Sambo Girl" , .Kerker
Xylophone Solo, "Galloping Jasper" Brown
Melodies from "The Gingerbread Man" ...Baldwin
Medley "Hiram Green" Chapel
Melodies from "Fcrty-fivo Minutes from. Broad
way" . ......... ... Cohan
Bell Solo, "Nobody" ....itV. r ...Williams
Medley Overture "Humpty Ddmty" Recker
March "In Old Alabama" Cruger
Special selections on the Xylophone and the Trap
Orvm and Bells.
CD v 'smcii
ctus LAND, ILL
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
THE nearness of Easter has given an impetus
to immediate buying in all lines of wear
ing appearel. Our stocks were never more at
tractive than at this time, with their large and
complete assortments of new spring merchandise
and especially interesting prices.
"VfEVEIt elnce the establishment of this business
have we made a display so filled with styles of dis
tinctive charm, so refreshingly new, so expressive of
epring itself, shapes most artistic, beautiful color tones,
effective combinations, with that fascinating; arrange
ment of flowers and foliage bo delightfully bewitching.
Nothing to be desired has been overlooked in this de
partment, and the collection of these taster hats pre
sents unequalled values ' the most modest to the ul
tra fashionable dress affair. ,
THE IV SPRIG ATTIRE
I WAGGER, coats. 42-inch
Jlength, made of Scotch
HE best and most attractive of the new Spring models fancies 15,00
arc in uur easier wearuispiay. m.ricic aiium. i ruiuia,
two famous French designers, located in New York for the
first time this season, have confined their exquisite produc
tions to us exclusively for the Tri-Cities, and we are show
ing them now at half and a quarter of the cost of French
BEAUTIFUL, white dresses for Easter, bands and
edging of embroidery and lace, fine, sheer lawn or
India linon. priced as low i fJO
as $2.25 and tt .
Child's French dresses of white lawn, finished with
pleatlngs and tucks, Alt
ages 2 to G
Dainty dresses of pink and blue Madras, with white
tucked yoke, finished with embroidery, f )SZ
"We have marked a number of their euits at $25.00, each one distinctive
and original, with dainty lines, beautiful trimmings and perfect work
manship. The values are higher, ((
but the price is .DJJ
Then there are a select number of these distinctive suits at $3 5-. 00 and
$37.50, made of fine Chiffon Panama, Voiles and handsome imported
fancies after exclusive models, most merchants think $50.00 about right
we choose, however, to mark these for the Easter OC AA
trade at $37.50 and OZ).JJ
There are other suits in thl3 Easter style show at $19.50, $17.50, $15.00
and $13.50, all made with that care and attention to style and finish re
quired for a garment to get a place in this store.
' Time is growing short, we adviso an early selection.
Long coats of fine gray ma
terial, also superior quali
Natty box coats of worsted
fancies, coat collar, pleat
back k 07
Covert short coats, no col
lar, satin lined or unlined,
EAUTIFUL lace waists, made of allover lace and
insertion, C A"7
at -'7 1
White Lawn ' Waists, latest style, trimmed with pret
ty lace and embroidery, tucked collar, f fC
remarkable value at I.VJV
Black Taffeta Waists of extra heavy material, finished
with fine tucks, 3 00
Jap. Silk Waists, tailor made, with
tucks, very special at
MEN'S EASTER NECKWEAR
E HAVE just received three of the very newest
and most correct eastern fads in men's neckwear.
The Royal Blue Line.
The Wine Line.
Trie Shepherd Checks.
The Wine list includes the rich shades of Burgun
dy, Claret and Chiantl red wines, hence the name "Wine
l;ist." These throe lines are new and correct, the
shape Is the new 2V6 Inch four-in-hand, and all are
marked as an Easter special at the
nat rate of
SILVER belts, made from Import
ed belting, fancy ftr
buckles .. ,. . ?UC
Black silk belts, tailor made, crush
or pleated styles, large variety of
buckles, special Easter lot Cf
at the price .. .5VIC
French gilt belts in more than thir
ty styles, harness and oranmented
Pearl and gilt buckles, handsome
new styles in pearl and gilt, chased
and jewelled, 62c,
50c, 35c and
EASTER BEADS, ETC.
"T EW graduated beads in all the
J popular shades, regular $1.00
New forget-me-not chains, all the
New iridescent bead chains, very
New gold stone chains
Big variety of new hat pins, two
and three on card 10C
New beauty pins, every wanted pat
tern 1 1 most, per tfn
card 3Sc to
PERFUMES FOR EASTER
Colgate's Dactyl is, per ounce 19c
Hudnut's Napoleon violet, per ounce 33c
Lundborg's Lilly Valley, por ounce 37c
Crown Crabapple Blossom, $1.00 quality at half, ir
Boerner's Violet Sachet, per cunce 25c
Ricksecker's Golf, Queen and Ting-Pong toilet waters,
Handsome box perfumes for Easter gifts 50c and 25c
Easter perfume hearts 29c and 19c
First floor, center aisle.
EYNIER Frercs 12-button
gloves, all sizes, L to 7,
just received, pair
black Glace kid
VIAj the novelties in shoes and ox
fords for men, women and chil
dren. Greatest variety of shapes and
leathers, patent Colt, Gunmetal, Kid
and Ooze Calf, in styles and prices
suited to every purse.
Saturday and Monday
Saturday at 3 o'clock, 6 dozen 3
inch stamped hemstitched pillow
shams, quantity limited, each.. 10c
8atrday at 3:30 p. m., 1000 yard9
18c mercerized rtripe colored or
gandies, yard 10
18x54-inch Sprachlel embroidery,
scalloped edge or Roman embroid
ery hemstitched sideboard or dress
er scarfs, 19c each, all day Satur
da and Monday. If they last. Note
the size, 18x54 inches, price.... 19c
Kl the Linen Department.
Peppermint Lady Fingers, lb... 9c
Fresh salted peanuts, lb 10c
Monday at 2 o'clock, 7c fancy
striped Cheviot Shirtings, per
Monday at 3 o'clock, checked apron
ginghams, several colors, yard.. 5c
Children's new Eton caps, whltg,
tan and all the new shades, Satur
day and Monday, one to a custom
er, 10c, only 10c 10o
EXTRAORDINARY CASH PURCHASE
OF BLACK AND COLORED SILKS
("WER 13,000 yards of the season's most wanted silks, "
bought at from 25 to 50 percent under real value from "
the great silk clearing house of Samuel Eiseman & Co., tryiM
New York Citv.
Commencing Saturday morning, April 7th at 9:30 a. m., "tr:l
anri rnntirmincx on Mnndav and for the week, or till sold. Im- 1
ported and Domestic black Taffetas, Crepe de Chenes, and
28-inch colored Tussah Pongees, the stylish rough weaves,
fancy Taffetas, etcv covering almost the entire field of fashion's demands in silk
fabrics for this Spring season.
Promptly Saturday at 9:30 o'clock, 2000 yards 20 pieces yard wide black taffetas, beautiful lus-
28 Inch Rajah and Tussah silks in Alice blue, trous black, correct finish, OSp
light blue, brown, champagne, mulberry, cardinal. $1.35 valueat, yard yJ
wine, pink, old rose, myrtle, navy, etc., 10 PIeces J'ard wide pure dye. black taffetas, ev-
$1.00 and $1.25 values, per yard ?Ot ery yard the perfection of taffeta OC
weaving, imported to eell at $1.9S yd Lmj
1000 yards Cheney Bros.' fine 24-inch Foulard 19 to 27 inch rich black taffetas, about 10 pieces
silks in fifteen newest shades and de- Sftr In all, made to sell at 75c CRr
signs, 75c and $1.00 values, yard . .-JVJL, to 90c yard at, yard DOL
24 Inch Crepe de Chenes, all silk. Chiffon finish, 27 inch pure dye colored edge taffeta, finest fln-
all light and medium shades, black - IA- lsn and texture. Intended to sell 05c
and white, 85c value, per yard at $1-50, per yard
Many other lots Just as good as these that we have not the opportunity of mentioning before
this adv. goes to the press, but they will be ready Saturday at 9:80 a. m.
This Is a silk event that no one with a silk want should miss. X
HANDSOME new line of embrold
. ered and hemstitched white and
colored linen and silk parasols, to
match the new Easter gowns, great
range of prices, up from $1.00
Children's parasols, very pretty styles,
at 75c, 50c and 25c
Saturday and Monday
Saturday at 7:30 p. rn., 100 dozen
men's fast black and tan socks,
plain and fancy, spliced heels and
toes, regular 18c values at, per
Saturday all day, 10u0 yard 12Vie
and 15c taffeta ribbons, all colors
and black, per yard 7'lc
Saturday at 3:30 p. rn., 1000 yards
12y,c white curtain Swisses, yard
wide, per yard 714c
10-toolh garden rakes 10c
Galvanized poultry netting, 2-inch
mesh, all widths, square foot..'!lc
Child's 3-piece garden sets, hoe.
rake and spade, sot 9c
7-qt. granite tea kettles 59c
Saturday 2 to 4 o'clock, mill
lengths Peppcrcll 0-4 and 8-4 brown
sheeting, per yard 14 '.c and... 13c
Monday all day, mill lengths Pe
quot 42-Inch 15c fine bleached pil
low case, muslin, per yard 9Jc
10c package Chocolate Honeycomb
puffs, per package 5c
from Muscatine, Isaac Newton, who re
sides in the lower end of the county.
had the misfortune to fall in such a
manner to break his right leg between
the knee ana the ankle. Suffering
from the accident and unable to move
himself, the unfortunate man lay dur
ing the long hours of the night, with
the rain falling most of the time. He
was found in the morning and remov
ed to a Muscatine hospital.
DISEASE CLAIMS ENEMY
St. Louis Health Convnissioner Victim
. of Pneumonia.
Bt. Louis, Axnl 7. Dr. C. A. Snod
grass, health commissioner of St.
Louis . Jj dead from nnenmonin A
week" ago he completed a paper on the
auses and treatment of pneumonia,
which he was to read before a society
of physicians, and half rn hour later
pneumonia developed. He died In the
City hospital, where ho was taken at
his own request soon after ho recog
nized pneumonia symptoms.
Roosevelts on Way Home. -
Savannah, Ga- April 7. Mrs. Theo
dore Roosevelt and party reached Sa
vannah this morning from the West
Indies and left this afternoon for Wash-ington.
YEAR AT HOSPITAL
Annual Report of St. Anthony's
for Period Ending March I
WERE 440 PATIENTS TREATED
Franciscan Sisters Express Thanks to
Medical and Surgical
The annual report of the Franciscan
sisters In charge of St. Anthony's hos
pital, to the hospital staff of the insti
tution, has been prepared under dato
of March 1, and shows 440 patients
treated during the year, which are
summarized as follows:
Major operations performed, CS:
minor : operations performed, 121; gall
bladder operations, 8; number of ap
pendicitis, - 41; hysterotomy, 12;
skull operations, 11; major amputa
tions. 5; laparotomy, 7C; obstetrics,
35; typhoid fever. 33 ; pneumonia, 8.
. Deaths from all causes. 23; from ac
cidents, 5; from pneumonia, 4; from
typhoid fever, 2; from old age, 4;
deaths where operations had been per
formed, 3; deaths from other medical
j A number of these cases died soon
after entering hospital, and several had
entered hospital in a dying condition.
Thnnkx for Sinn.
Accompanying the report Is a note
to the members of the medical and
surgical staff which reads as follows:
"The undersigned are deeply grateful
and desire to express their sincere
gratitude to all the members of the
medical and surgical staff, for their
faithful and successful services render
ed during the year, also for their kind
consideration, before and after death
of our dear superioress, likewise to all
those good people in the community
who have in any way by kindness and
generosity aided this institution, and
who have made possible the carrying
out of its noble purpose.
"We trust this same good will may
continue to exist between all.
"Sincerely and respectfully yours.
Train Wrecker is Sentenced.
Valparaiso. Ind., April 7. Thomas
Bascom of Springfield, 111., the Balti
more & Ohio operator who, "just for
fun" derailed a train at McCooy, has
been sentenced to the Indiana reform
atory for a term of from two to four
FIGHTING IOWA SALOONS
Waterloo Temperance Leader Seeks
Injunctions Against All Dealers.
Waterloo, Iowa, April 7. The tem
perance party of Waterloo is seeking
to close every saloon In the city by
injunction, alleging violation of the
mulct law of the state. John B. Ham
mond, a temperance detective, as.serts
that he has secured evidence which
will stop the sale of liquor in Water
loo, and his attorneys have sought
wholesale injunctions. Hammond re
cently deprived ail druggists of the
city of their permits to sell liquor and
now is seeking to close the saloons.
DEDICATED THE MONUMENT
Ceremonies at Wisconsin Shaft
Scene of Battle cf Corinth.
Corinth, Miss., April 7. In addition
to exercises commemorating the 44th
anniversary of the battle of Shiloh to
day the Wisconsin monumeut was ded
icated and a large delegation of visit
ors from that state, aided by Governor
Davidson, took part In the ceremonies.
An Impressive program was carried
Ousts Mayor Who Resigned.
Topeka, -April 7. The supreme court
of Kansas has granted a decree ousl
ing W. W. Rose from the office of may
or of Kansas City, Kan., for tolerating
jonts. This decision was made in spite
of the fact that Rose resigned from the
office last Tuesday.
CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
To til Important Cities
For Information Addresa I
W. A. BECKtER, N. f. A. 1
113 Monroe St., Chicago EL I
V. A. CAIIETT, CEN'L MM.,