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THE AHGUS, FRIDAY, APRIi; 20, 1900.
Fair toaljcht and Saturday nt mch
rkiacr la temptratare.
J. 51. SIIEHIER. Local Forcatr.
Temperatare at 7 a. m- RS; at 3i30
p. a- TO. MInlraani temperature la 24
kar, SI maximum, TO. Velocity af
wlad at N a. m- 2 mllrn.
LaSalle is the best coaL
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
LageWaters for good shoes.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Kerler Bros. your carpet cleaners.
Ralston's Health shoes at Dolly Bros
For bus, baggage, express call Robb's.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
May sausage at H. Tremann's Sons'.
Choice spring lamb at H. Tremann's
Boys' knee trousers, 39 cents, at La
Graham's dancing school. Old phone.
Graham's dancing school. Old phone
Graham's dancing school. Old phone
All 50 cent boys' waists 23 cents, at
See the $15 men's suits, fine tailored.
Best $5 oxfords in town for men at
Wax and 'green beans at Passig
Ball and bat free with each boys'
New peas and carrots at Passig
Try H. Tremann's Sons sugar cured
hams; none better.
Plenty of nicely dressed chickens at
A great line of $2.50 oxfords for wo
men at Lage-Waters.
The nw millinery at McCabe's Is
Fresh dressed chickens at Schroc
fler's market tomorrow.
Fancy strawberries 10 cents per box
at Passig Bros, tomorrow.
Little fellows suits, age 3 to 8, at
popular prices. LaVelle's.
Nobby caps for boys and girls, 25
and 5 cents- at LaVelle's.
Boys blouse waists, regular $1.00
ones, 50 cents, at LaVelle's.
Lowest summer prices on hard coa;
at Mueller Lumber company.
Cleaning, pressing and dyeing. Pan
itoriuni, 1909 Second avenue.
Fly screens, improved make, for sale
at Mueller Lumber company.
Boys' $1.00 and $1.50 hats, broken
sizes, at 50 cents, at LaVelle's.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
See the elegant line of oxfords for
mm and women at Lage-Waters.
Take a look at the camp pillows
tjr LMOST EVERYTHING
"THAT GROWS IS FOUND
HERE. FRESH FRUITS FRES! I
VEGETABLES, FRESH POUL
TRY, FISH, AND ALL KINDS
"Take Notice." Tomorrow w
will se'l one thousand five hund
red pint boxes of the finest Straw
berries at Sc per box.
There will undoubtedly be a
choice for early buyers. .These
berries are very select, and will
no doubt attract a big crowd.
Elgin Springbrook Creamery but
ter for Saturday,
per pound 2fC
Lyndon gallon canned apples,
solid pack, per
Fresh Pecan Meats,
per pound 50c
Fresh English Walnut
Meats, per pound 38c
H. & H. chocolates, pound
boxes i . . . 24 C
Are you needing any Sleepy Eye
flour? If so, send in your
orders today;, per Eack.gJQQ
Lyndon canned beans,
Lyndon canned corn,
per can l()c
Strictly fresh eggs,
per dozen . . 15c
Dressed turkeys, chickens,
fresh frog legs, etc.
Sole agents for Chase A San
born's celebrated teas and cof
fees. Harris & Hess
Eighteenth Street & Third. Ave.
Old Phones 456 and 480. New
phones 5440 and 5825.
Young & McCombs are going to sell
tomorrow at 18 cents.
The only genuine freak .style ox-
fords.for ladies are at Lage-Waters .
Athletic suits and jersey sweaters.
New line. Ullemeyer & Sterling.
Steln-Bloch Co., suits appeal to all.
Sold at popular prices at LaVelle's.
The McCabe specials for Saturday
and Monday are -always "worth while.:
H. T. S:emon want" your tin and fui
nace work. 152G-152S Fourth avenue.
Heinz Sweet pickles, 15 cents per
quart tomorrow only at Passig Bros'.
Gibson tie for women, in gun metal
or patents,' only $2.50 at Lage-Waters'.
See Gus Fisher for terms on all
kinds of cement work. 1023 Fourth
Fresh cut assorted roses, 33 cents
and 47 cents per dozen Saturday at Mc
Cabo's. Call at (U. & S.) and see what your
$1 will buy in shirt line. Ullemeyer &
Girls' straw sailors and spring caps.
GO cent grades our leaders. Ullemeyer
Try our pink or blue underwear. The
fast color qualities at 50 cents. Ulle:
meyer & Sterling.
Order a nicely dressed chicken for
your Sunday dinner at Coleman's mar
ket, 1513 Second avenue.
Ever try that fine Milwaukee sau
sage? Fresh supply Just received.
You'll like it.- Passig Bros,
Remember U. & S." for underwear
we sell the same reliable qualities
as always. Ullemeyer & Sterling:
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pewe welcom
ed a fine boy at their home, 710
Eleventh aVnue Thursday afternoon.
The art department at Young & Mc
Combs offers an exceptional value in
, camp pillows at IS cents, tomorrow
Young & McCombs' are going to
place on sale for tomorrow only a
choice selection of camp pillows at IS
Those beautiful fresh roses from
the celebrated Hinsdale greenhouses,
33 cents and 47 cents per dozen Satur
day at McCabe's.
Passig Bros, will have the nicest as
sortment of fresh vegetables to be
found anywhere in the tri cities tomor
row. Order there.
Expert manicurins. shamnooinsr and
vvu)u vtuktuui ui i n rj nan auu
scalp given by Mrs. Lol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59
flprman A. Swanson will open his
new ehoe store Saturday, Apiil 21, at
3002 Fifth avenue. All new, up-to-date
footwear. Also, best of repairing neat
Attend the dance given by the So
cial club at Woodman hall. South Rock
Island'. April 21. Admission, gentle
men 50 cents, ladles free. Bleuer's
The first annual dance by Island
City Court of Honor, S55, will be given
Friday evening, April 20, at Industrial
hall. Rock Island. Eleuer-IIemenway
U. & S. U. & S. U. & S. U. & S.
Ullemeyer &. Sterling spring suits are
made by America's best tailors. The
reliable U. & S. guarantee with each
and every one.
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 lots.
Twin-City Rendering company; 'phone
SIGNS TWO NEW PITCHERS
Come from Western Association Clubs
to Rock Island.
Two American association pitchers
have been signed and will report soon
for duty with the Islanders. Ira Hast
ings comes from the Toledo club and
Ralph Gibson from St. Paul. Gibson
way three years with Kansas City. In
1902 his percentage was .675; in 1903
.975, anil in 1904, after playing a few
games he was taken sick and has since
been out of the game. He says he is
now in first class condition.
Heidrick. Briddick, and Bartlett have
all been cut loose, being let out this
BATTLES' SAiUaDAV SAL.
515 Seventeenth Street, Rock Island,
Child's white canvas Gibcon ties, 8V&
Misses white canvas Gibson ties,
12 to 2. 98c.
White lace hose, to match, 25c.
Child's patent colt Gibson ties, 8V2
to 11, 98c.
Misses' patent colt Gibson ties, 12 to
Fine black ribbed hose, to .match, 25c.
New patterns in hosiery, for the
whole family, two pairs for 25c.
"It's a little farther, but it pays."
The team of the Island Farm dairy
wagon this, morning made an exciting ;
run near Nineteenth street and Sixth
avenue. Milk and. cream was spilled
over the street. No serious damage re
sulted. Special Sale.
Half price takes any patent or other
medicine in our store, early callers!
get pick and. choice. Pru-ri-ta store, !
1913 Second avenue.
Living. Indoors so much during the '
winter months creates a sort of stuffy
want of ozone condition in the blood
and system generally. Clean up and
get ready for spring. Take a ,few
Early Risers. These famous little pills
cleanse the liver, stomach and bowels
and give the blood a chance to purify
lUelf. They relieve headache, sallow
coxnplexioa, etc. Sold by all druggists.
DO NOT ARBITRATE
Mine Workers of Central Dis
trict Turn Down Opera
Indianapolis, Ind., April 20. The ex
ecutlvo board of the Mine Workers of
America today rejected the proposition
of the operators of western Pennsylva
nia, Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois, who are
opposing the payment of the 1903 wag
scale to the coal miners and who
through J. H. Winder, their chairman,
offered to submit the differences to
lovrn Hrarhra Agrrrmnt
Des Moines, Iowa, April 20. The
scale committee for the Iowa operat
ors and miners today signed a scale on
the 1903 basis. It will be ratified by
a Jo:nt convention this afternoon.
LABOR CONGRESS ADOPTS
RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY
Transacts Other Important Business
Not to Bs Made Public at Pres
ent Request From Springfield.
At the regular meeting of the Tri
City Labor congress last evening, in
addition to the adoption of the resolu
tions regarding the San Francisco dis
aster, which are mentioned elsewhere,
the congress disposed of a large
amount of important business, which
for the present is not made public.
The congress received a communica
tion from the Springfield (Ohio) Trades
and Labor assembly, asking the con
gress to do all in its power to decrease
or stop the sale of the Woman's Home
Companion in this territory. The pub
lication is issued at Springfield, and
the publishers are experiencing difficul
ties with the labor organizations.
Delegates from the Regalia and
Badge Workers' union were received
and obligated last evening.
JUDGE HOLDS G. W. CROSBY
Burlington Traffic Manager's Indict
ments Not Quashed.
Kansas City, Mo., April 20. Judge
McPherson, in the federal court, has
overruled motions to quash the indict
ments returned last December against
George W. Crosby, traffic manager of
the Burlington railroad, and L. B. Tag
&art and George L. Thomas, freight
brokers, charged with conspiracy to
violate the interstate commerce laws
in soliciting and giving rebates on
packing house and other products.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Sherrard, April 20. George Lee and
family were in Rock Island from Thurs
day till Friday.
Miss Bertha Stevens returned home
Thursday from Kansas, where she had
been visiting for the last six weeks.
Mrs. Mary Volk of Milan visited
from Saturday till Wednesday. She
has moved to Mi!an.
Mrs. Jessie Haigh went to Rock Isl
and Wednesday to visit for the rest of
the week. i
Quite a number in this vicinity at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Perry Sim
mons who was buried in the Beulah
Mrs. Duncan Thompson and Mrs.
Mary Smith of Wanlock were over vis
iting relatives Sunday.
George Lawson, Jr., of Cable is on
the petit jury at Aledo.
Mrs. Mary Evans moved to Rock
Island Monday, and will make it her
Mr. and Mrs. John Meurberg were in
Rock Island from Monday till Tuesday.
Rev. Mr. Stephenson and wife of Ca
ble are the proud parents of a baby
girl, who arrived Sunday.
Gustav Engstrom shipped his house
hold goods to Dakota Thursday. The
family will follow soon.
Chester Olson went to Silvis to se
cure employment last Thursday.
Mrs. Charles Eldridge went to Col
linsville. 111., last week to visit her sis
ter Mrs. Harry Haywood.
Mrs. .Robert Lee, Jr., was in Rock
Island shopping Wednesday.
Mrs. Dr. Mannon returned home last
i tot a avi
Rock Island, I lu
We have always admitted that
we may not have the largest
stock. We have always claimed
the best stock the best assort
ment of new goods the dainti
In spring jewelry we have all
that the seasons' vogue supplies.
Dainty enameled pieces opales
cent colors that challenge the
lainbow's atmospheric radiance.
Designs that remind you of lily
crested ponds that shot their
color from the mists of mountain
Cold type reveals nothing.
You should indulge, our chal
lenge, as nothing equals per
sonal inspection as a means of
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T..0CK Island, lu.
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OPEN Wednesday fe? Saturday Nights
two lie ads
four of us" and m point of view
of variety, purchasing power of
money and low prices we kold
undisputed first place.
Men s SPRING SUITS
lha Popular Tiling
SPRING SUITS: Grays from the Twilight shades to
Gunmetal effects; plain, self-figuered, broken checks and
stripes BLUE SERGES and BLACKS "Yorkshire"
French Flare Suits: SPECIALS $18, $19.50, $22, and $25.
Spring Suits $10 to $25
TOPCOATS: 36-inch Box Back and LOUIS XV styles, Coverts,
Light and Dark Grays, in Diagonal effects. Prices $10.00 to $25.00.
CRAVENETTES (Rainproof Overcoats) : The popular thing for
rain, cool nights or at any time. We show the Cravenettes that
strike twelve in Rock Island.
SHIRTS: The new things in ma
dras and percale shirts, parti
colored cords and stripes in
check and plaid patterns, light
blue, helio, tones of blue and
gray $1 and $1.50
New spring Shirts, money savers
SILK OR MOHAIR SHIRTS,
with or without collars ; extra
specials .... $1.50, $2, $2.50
Our exclusive Silk Novelties,
tones of gray, blue, $4.50 shirt $3
New Neckwear, Turquois, Long
worth blue, etc. 50c
v.eek from Monmouth, where she vis
ited two weeks.
ANOTHER VvONDER OF SCIENCE.
Diology Has Proved That Dandruff is
Caused by a Germ.
Science is doing wonders these days
in medicine as well as in mechanics.
Since Adam lived, the human race has
I cen troubled with dandruff, for which
r.o hair preparation has heretofore
proved a successful cure until New
bro's Herpicide was put on the market.
It is a scientific preparation that kills
the germ that makes dandruff or scurf
by digging into the scalp to get at the
root of the hair, where it saps the vi
tality; causing itching scalp, falling
hair, and-finally baldness; Without
dandruff hair must grow luxuriantly
It is the only destroyer of dandruff.
Sold be leading, druggists. Send 10c
In stamps for sample to The Herpicide
Co. Detroit, Mich. T. H. Thomas, spe
Fire Sale of Groceries.
M. Marblestone, C24 Seventh avenue-,
will sell his complete stock of grocer
ies at unheard of prices before rebuild
ing and laying in new goods. They
must go. Come for bargains.
Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable.
A happy home is the most valuable
possession that is within the reach of
mankind, but you cannot enjoy its
comforts if you are suffering from
rheumatism. You throw aside business
cares when you enter your home and
you can be relieved from these rheu
matic pains also by applying Chamber
for a short time will bring about a per
lain's Pain Balm. One application will
give you relief and its continued use
manent cure. -'For sale by all leading
Bodily pain loses Its terror if you've
a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil In
the house. Instant relief In cases of
burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of any
4 few 2V '
Is tke 33-ircli Gray
Topcoats and Cravenettes, $10 to $25.
FANCY VESTS : In the latest
grays, light checks, striped ef
fects, Flannel, Washable and
Mercerized Vests . $1 to $4.50
HOSE in the soft-toned grays,
neat checks, gray and blue ef
fects 25c and 50c
Shirts and Drawers, 25c and 50c
Glastenbury, light-weight wool,
Spring weight Union Suits, 75c
Play Davenport Sunday.
At Island City park Sunday after
noon. Rock Island will again meet Dav
enport, this being the third exhibition
JFc wish to an non nee that tomorrow morning we will open our Floral
Department on the first fioor, Just east of the 'main elevator, icheic you
will find at all times the choicest selection of Carnations, Hoses, ferns,
Hyacinths, Geraniums, etc., at a eery moderate cost.
Mr. II. II. Hensley, of the Ilensley- Floral company, will have charge
of this department, and the flowers and plants will he far superior to
anything ever sold in the tri-citics.
If at any time you may want flowers for a special occasion it
will pay you to visit this department.
We will make a specialty of furnishing floral designs and sprays
on short notice.
Mr. Hensley has had 10 years experience as a floral decorator,
and if you anticipate a social function at any time ice will be pleased to have
yoi confer with us before placing your order.
"m -w of us-
.3v s r
material with the durability for
wear and tear, 2 to 16 years,
Specials $1.95, $2.50 and $3.50
BOYS' NEW SPRING NECK
WEAR 25c : A wealth of vari
ety in new spring Neckwear
for boys 25c
FREE ! With Boys Suits :
BASEBALLS, BATS, ETC., FOR BOYS:
JAPANESE TOPS, Etc., for LITTLE FELLOWS.
game of the season between the two
teams. The Islanders are playing at
Clinton today and will be there tomor
row. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOYS' NOVELTY SUITS.new
Grays and Bines, 2 to 16 yrs.
Specials ... $5, $6.50, $8.50
BOYS' AND GIRLS OUTING
CAPS : Red, Blue, White and
Checks, and Plaids; all the new
things 25c and 50c
Beal & Schmitt.
Fine tailoring. Illinois theater build
ing. All the news all the time The Argus
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