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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1006.
IC you wear one of our Spring Suits. They
All the latest .shades and fabrics. Grays and
proper caper. Wo have them in double and
coats, center and side vents, J31 to 33 inches
PLANS FOR MEET
Tri-City High School Track Team
Officials Hold a Confer
CONIEST SET FOR MAY 26
Triangular Meet Will Be Held at Ninth
Street Track Fifteen Races and
At a conference of the track team
ofliciate of the high schools of Rock
Lland, Moline, and Davenport last
evening at the local Y. M. C. A., May
For three generations
sickly children have
been cured by
If yonrchfld i peTih and fretful; pickn at the
tinge; grinds the teeth; lias tliin, pale cheeks, foul
breaun. dark rings under eyes; is troubled with
t"rlhiwa, bed-wetting. diarrtHpa, disturbed sleep,
Five It Klrkapoo Worm Killer without delay. 8ur
pnwnc what bene tit follow ercn nrnt done. C5C
Irnggists or by mail. Samples and advice free.
ICCsMPOO MEDICINE CO., Clintonvillt, Conn.
To the big Department Store Tomorrow
We Ca.n Sew.ve You Money on Every Purchase.
DIG SALE OF LADIES' SUITS. SKIR.T3,
Yovir Wants Can Dj Supplied at Most Any Price
1 4 ladies' knife pleated
$20 ladies' new
row Panama Eton
$2 ladies' white insertion
lace, waists, for
$4 ladies' and misses fine
trimmed bats, now
BJ Sale of Men and Boys Spring Suits. Haas. Shoes and Underwear.
113 EoLSt, Second Street, 3 3 Davven port. Iowa
You Don't Need Cash to Buy Furniture and Carpets Here.
700 Suits From
$10 to $15
We sell Dunlap, Stetson
and Imperial Hats.
Our "Mundy" hat is a
mi d o
20 was set as the date for the annual
tri-city high school track meet, which
this year will be held in this city and
the Ninth street track. The list of
events, including 15 races and contests
with the half mile relay race, was de
cided upon, and the selection of offi
cials for the meet discussed. The
choosing of official? was left until a
later conference, however for final ac
tion. Preliminary Content.
This is one of the most interesting
meets of the year, and as each of the
three high schools isi developing good
track material, it will undoubtedly be
closely contested this year.
The annual inter-class meet of the
Rock Island high school is to he held
a week from tomorrow. April 28. All
of the classes are workir'j hard in
preparation for it. Tomorrow at the
Ninth street track the Moline high
school preliminary meet is to be held,
the winners being given the prefer
ence in the selection of the school
ARBOR DAY IN THE SCHOOLS
Brief Exercises He'd in All of the Va
Arbor and Bird day was observed in
each of the city school buildings today,
and in tcmc of the school grounds the
children plan-Led flowers and trees. At
the Longfellow school two ciimsoii
rambler roses were nlanted on thn
west side of the building, and brief
exercises- were held by the pupils. In
$2 ladies' patent leather
25c ladies' fine lace hose,
great value for
Men's fine custom made suits, $10;
$10 mens' fine spring suit
pick 'em out at
blues are the
single breast ed
long, loose aud
kthan the price of
ris like pouring
water into a
filled pail. You
ference 'above. $3j
all cf the schools a period was devot
ed to talks by the teachers on the day
ami its; significance. The exercises
wor. in charge of the various princi-
GUARANTEED BY H. O. ROLFS.
Simple Way to Cure Catarrh by Hyo
mef Without Stomach Dosing.
It is the height of folly to dose the
stomach with internal medicines to
cure nasal catarrh. It cannot he cure:!
except the caiarrhal germs that are
present in the nose, throat and lungs
have first been killed.
The soothing air of Hyomei heal.;
the smarting and raw membrane f
the air passages in the nose, throat
and lungs, kills off the catarrhal germ ;
and rids the system of the last traces
The complete Hyomei outfit consists
of a hard rubber inhaler which can be
carried in the purse or vest pocket, a
medicine dropper, and a bottle of Hyo
mei, and costs only one dollar, while
extra bottles can be obtained for 50
II. O. Rolfs positively guarantees a
cure when Hyomei is used in accord
ance wi:h the simple directions on the
package, or he will refund the money.
This certainly shows his faith and be
lief in the virtues of Hyomei.
Take Holister's Rocky Mountain Tea
this month. Drives away spring tired
ness, gives appetite and sleep, makes
you well and keeps you well. Great
family tonic. 35c. Tea or tablets. T.
II. Thomas pnarmacy.
You Worrit to Pay
$3 men's finest spring
hats go tomorrow at . . .
$3.50 men's finest shoes,
all leathers, at
00c men's finest summer
50c men's four-in-hand neck
wear tomorrow at
$1 men's summer negligee
shirts, all colors, at
PLEAD IN PEORIA
John Raymond Sentenced for
Breaking Into Rural
YEAR IN CORRECTION HOUSE
Cashed Check by Benson to Barnes
Says Lost Money Gambling in
John H. Raymond, who was under
indictment by the federal grand jury
on the charge of breaking into a mail
box, pleaded guilty yesterday in the
United States court in Peoria and was
sentenced to one year in the house cf
correction in that city.
Raymond's offense consisted of
breaking into a rural mail box and tak
ing therefrom an envelope containing
a check from It. C. Benson to James
Barnes. The check was brought to
Rock Island and- cashed? at the store of
Young & McComb.s. He suddenly dis
appeared an 1 was absent for several
days. Upon his return he was taken
into custody. He admitted the theft
and said that he lost the money in a
gambling joint at Colchester.
In Other Trouble.
After Raymond was taken into cus
tody he was suspected of being guilty
of shooting Samuel I). Rose of Oquaw
ka, the circumstances being thac the
offender was found by Rose in his barn
and invited into the house. Upon go
ing in a gun was pulled, injuring the
Oquawka man, but not fatally. After
Raymond was placed in the Peoria jail
Rose identified him as his assailant.
Joseph Summers of Viola, Mercer
county, pleaded guilty to the charge
of bootlegging and was sentenced to
CO days in the Peoria work house.
A rising tendency in the Mississippi
from Clinton to Muscatine will con
tinue until Monday, when stationary
stages will prevail southward to Dav
enport. J. M. SIIERIER, Local Forecaster.
Danger H'ght Ch'ge
line 7 am. 24 hrs.
feet feet feet
St. Paul 14 110 O.i
Red Wing 14 11.0 O.o
Reeds landing 12 9.9 0.2
La Crosse ...12 11.5 :0.I
P. du Chicn IS 15.3 0.0
Dubuque IS 16.5 O.i
Le Claire 10 10.2 :0.2
Rock Island 15 13.G :0.2
Des Moines Rapids ... 7.9 :0.7
Keokuk 15 13.3 :0.2
St. Louis 30 21.1 0.5
Kansas City 21 12.S 0.5
NATURE'S LAXATIVE THE BEST.
Many Are So-Called "Natural."
There are many laxatives on the mar
ket that are often styled "Natural" be
cause of the well known fact that the
laxative which nature gives us is the
best. Such ones are constantly com
ing up, but soon disappear because in
reality they are manufactured, and can
never attain the iuimitable merits of
the products of nature. Hunyadi Janos,
the genuine natural laxative water,
has stood at the head for nearly half
a century as the only laxative whose
established reputation is its best rec
ommendation. It remains always the
standard because it is nature's remedy
in its original form, pure and simple,
in no way dependent, as the others are,
on artificial composition. At all drug
gists. Try it.
PROBATE OF BOLLMAN WILL
All Property Involved Goes to Wife
The will of the-late Joseph Bollman
of Rock Island was admitted to probaU
in county court this morning. Accord
ing to the provisions therein the wife.
Ja"ne Bollman, is awarded all property,
real and personal, during her life.
Upon her death it goes to the son, Hol
land S. Bollman. The son is named as
executor of the will, which bears the
date of Jan. 22, 190G.
The Season's Demand.
Notwithstanding the fact that I am
doing a big spring business. I am in
shape to take care of you. Mr. Well
Dresser. You like good clothes and a
good fit. I can. give you both. Wil
liam Emig. the merchant tailor of
style, 1730 Second avenue.
Chicago, April .20. Following are the
market quotations today:
May, 79. 79, 79. 79.
July, 78. 78, 77. 78.
September, 76, 77, 76, 77.
May, 46, 47. 46. 47.
July, 45. 40, 45, 4G.
September, 404. 46. 4G, 4G.
May, 32, 32, 32, 32.
July, 30, 3030, 30.
September, 29, 29, 29, 29.
May, 16.17. 16.17. 10.10, 10.10.
July, 16.32, 16.35. 16.25, 16.27.
September, 1G.25, , , 10.25.
, May, 8.02, SiG7, 8.55, 8.60.
July, 8.80, &S2. S.72. 8.75.
September, fe.92. 8.95, 8.82, 8.87.
May, 8.72, 8.72, 8.67, 8.67.
VIGOROUS SELLING MARKS THB
Dress Goods and SilK Sale
HE success of this sale can
and desirability of fabrics.
p are providing for their girls. Evidence of our ability to lay before our patrons the best grades of dress goods
0 : :
and silks at considerably better prices is unmistakably plain in the fo'lewing items:
5c 3G-inch Colored Suitings
75c 45-inch Clocks and Mixtures
$1.25 5-1-inch Mohair Serge
$1.50 44-inch Black Mohair
$1.50 42 inch Black Eolicnnc
$1.25 4G-inch Fancy Panama
Exquisite $3 95
EMBODIED in these charming hats is the great
est d-3?rce of beauty and style possible to
put into hats at the price. The shapes are clever,
stylish aud attractive; the trimmings tasteful and
dignified, expressing in every line graceful refine
ment. The unprecedented success of our
millinery, particularly our inexpen-
sive hats, is indicative
in which it is held
At this price you'll find practical hats for every-day
wear and onej dainty enough . for dress occasions.
Among the broad variety of shapes you are certain
to find one tint is becoming. Splendid
values at 3.95
July, 8.S5, 8.87, 8.S2, 8.82.
September, 8.87, 8.90, 8.85, 8.85.
Receipts today Wheat 3, corn 8).
oats 90, hogs 13,000, cattle 1,000, sheep
Hog market opened steady to strong.
Hogs left over 5,000. Light G.40fiG.G5,
mixed and butchers G.45G.70, good
heavy C.20(&'G.70, rough heavy G-201t
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha S.O00, cattle 1.000.
Hogstat Kansass City 5,ooo, cattle 1,
U. S.' Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong. Light .40CG.G7. mixed and
butchers G.45QG.G7, good heavy G.40(?
C.72, rough heavy G.253G.45.
Cattle market strong. Beeves 4.00
C G.15, cows and heifers 1.504.70,
stockers and feeders 2.S04.SO.
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed slow. Light G.40
QG.G7. mixed and butchers f. 45(0 0.72.
good heavy G.25G.72, rough heavy
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed strong.
New York Stocks.
New York, April 20. Gas 93, U. P.
153, U. S. Steel preferred 10S't, U.
S. Steel common 43. Reading 12S-?i,
Rock Island preferred G4 Vi . Rock Is
1 1 M
IF THE FRONT OF ANY G. & H. SUIT BREAKS OR GETS OUT OF SHAPE IN TWELVE MONTHS
YOUR MONEY BACK OR A NEW SUIT, AND THERE WILL BE NO CONTROVERSY WHATEVER. IF
YOU HAVE BEEN HAVING YOUR CLOTHING MADE BY MERCHANT TAILORS, THEN YOU AHC
THE MAN WE WANT THE OPPORTUNITY OF SHOWING OUR SPRING STYLES IN
largely be ascribed to its completeness
Keen women are buying several dresses
85c 2G-inch Black
21-inch Print :d
5c fine Chiffon
59c pretty Silk
$1.00 and $1.25
of the favor
land common 20, O. & W. 49', South
ern Pacific G5, N. Y. Central 142,
Missouri Pacific 94, L. &. N. 148.
Smelters 157',-i. C. F. I. 00, Canadian
Pacific 1G1V&. Illinois Central 171,
Penna 140. Erie 43 '4. C. & O. 58.
B. R. T. 81, B. & O. 110, A'rVnon
90, I.ocomo!ive 08, Sugar St.
Paul 173. Copper 110, Pc-pn'il c
Steel preferred 101, Republic iTlcl
common 109, Southern Ry. 39.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provislonm.'Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, April 19. Following are
tue wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Dairy, 20c to 22c,
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 25
to 35c apiece; hens, per lb. 10c to 11c;
ducks, per lb. 11c; turkeys, per lb .13c.
to 15c. Geese, per pound. 11c.
j Vegetables Potatoes, GO to 70c.
1 Eggs Fresh, 13c to 15c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 47 to 50c; oats, 31 to
Forage Timothy hay, $12$13;
prairie, $96?$12; clover, mixed $90
$10; straw, $5(Q $G.
Wood Hard, per load. $5ffV50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slark, per
G. & H. Special
SUITS and OVERCOATS.
We keep all the clothing we sell cleaned and pressed free of
charge. We will he pleased to show you the new developments in
men's styles without feeling obligated to buy.
the bread variety, the excellence
and waists, and shrewd mothers
ON OUR s -acinus third floor we an? showing a
spUndi 1 stock of Children's Co-Carts, embody
ing all the litest improvements that have reccnllv
been applied to these vehicles. From the small fold
ing to the elaborate cradle affair our stock affords
great freedom of choice in design and price.
Reed body Go Cart, with adjustable back and foot
rest; scat and back are upholstered ; ea?y riding
spring gear; rubber-tired wheels,
The great convenience of folding (Jo-Carts have niad.;
them iKipular. We show several styles. One has
perforated back and seat; great value
Extra fine re?d body (Jo-Cart, with adjustable back
and front; seit, back and sides finely upholstered:
large scroll springs; easy riding as a cradle; cxtri
heavy rubber tires; porcelain handles,
bushel, 10 to 12c.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3.000 $5;
Cattle Steers, $3.50(ft$5; rows au4
hcirers, $2ff$4.50; calves $5&$7.
J logs Mixed $5.75 to $0.25.
P Front 2l in. Back 1!4 in.
M ADC IN QUARTER SIZES
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