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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1906.
Showers and thandc-rattormn tonight
mud Soudan cooler.
The area of low prensure wliieh thin
mornlaic exteadn from (he Pacific
the At la a tic, with decided barometric
depression over lam and Hritish Co
lumn 1 a, ntiH ieen ntfoiupn by pro
vlpllation In aearljr all reporting
tioas. Ileary rain has fallen at At'
lanta, (im and It Is aaowlna; at ll'.s-
roarrk, X. I)., and Havre, Mont. Yen
terday's hixU pressure Is over Saskatch
ewan aad Manitoba and ninch colder
conditions extend to South Dakota and
Minnesota. These abnormal pressure
areas will be attended by showers and
thunderstorms and cooler weather In
this vicinity toniicht aad Suaday.
J. M. SIIEHIEK, Local Vornrmntw.
Temperature at T a. in.. UK; at Srfto
p. m., 82. lisJmuni temperature la -i
hours, 6V. elocity of wind at 7 a. in..
O miles. Italnfall In St hours. .9 laches.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
LaSalle coal at Mueller's only.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz
For bus, baggage, express, call RobbV
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Read Clemann & Salzmann's fl'l.
page 6 this evening.
Lowest summer prices on hard coal
at Mueller Lumber company.
Fly screens, improved make, for sale
at Mueller Lumber company.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 152G-1JS Fourth avenue.
Plenty of fresh fish every day at
Aten's flsh market, 2121 Fourth avenue.
Lawn mowers at all prices fron:
$2.50 to $12.00. Call and see our line.
Allen, Myers & Co.
Garden hose, lawn mowers, nozzles,
and sprinklers at prices that are
Tight." Allen, Myers & Co.
Will have a lot of nice blooming ge
raniums and cut flowers for Decoration
clay. Long View Floral company.
The Greenbush Red Heads defeated
Hill's Scrubs 2 to 1 at the Twenty-Seventh
street diamond this afternoon..
Buy a "Jewel" gasoline oven, all
izes and prices and every one guar
anteed a perfect baker. Allen, Myers
The A. C. society of Aiken street
chapel will me?t next Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. John Reid, 4 20 Six
Hot weather is coming. Look up
your water coolers and ice cream
freezers and then call up thd Rock Is
land Hardware company.
Attend the first steamboat excursion
You ret that
not last over
half an hoar
if you take
It will sooths the racked
nerves, banish pain, bring
comfort and sweet dream
less deep. It contains no
narcotics, BO opium, mor-
fihioe, or cocaine. Nothing in
t to hurt you. It must cure
your paia or it costs you
not h in g.
It looks like a risky thing to
guarantee it thus strongly,
but W E, KNOW what Neu
rslgylino will do. Oat a 5
cent box at your druggists.
Ask us for free sample.
THE NEURALGYLINE CO.
I ? 1 AVf
Rock Islandl III.
THE GRADUATION IDEA.
Why not let the friendship tok
en be a dainty bit of jewelry?
Something that will carry your
own message an yet be more
than a passing thought. Our
cases are full of just the kind of
things you'll like pins, charms,
lockets, bracelets, combs, col
lars, rings, spoons, and a score
of other pretty and desirable
Remember, this is the newest
stock in the city, variety equal
and prices lower than any. Let
us prove it.
Ick Island III.
of the season guilder, May 2? to Mus
catine. Boat leaves Rock Island fit 9
1. m., Davenport at 9:30 a. m.
The final test is wear. You get the
ight quality if you buy Lowe Bros',
"ligh standard paints. For sale by the
Rock Is'.and Hardware company.
The wonderful Little Cadet. The bst
moderate priced mower ever made.
Ask the Rock island Hardware com
pany lor & lWnch machine at $3.50.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp Riven by Mrs. Sol Levi, 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Have you bought that new furniture
yet? Look over Clemann & Salz
mann's ad on page G this evening for
a few suggestions. You won't regret
Refrigerators, plain, enameled or tile
lined in all sizes and styles at prices (
from one to three dollars lower than J
you can buy elsewhere. Allen, Myers ;
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
fice from the Knox' flats to the corner
of Fourth avenue and Twentieth street
over the florists. Entrance on Fourth
Have quite a few nice dahlia roots
if mixed colors left and w'll sell them
it 5 cents and less to dispose of same.
Longview Floral company. Fifteenth
Come in and see our new line of
lickel plated tea and coffee pots, the
lnefet in the city and prices that are
-ure to meet with your approval. Allen,
Uyers & Co. (
See our show window for the finest
line of piral screw drivers, breast
drills, etc. The best ever shown In
the three cities. Rock Island Hard
ware company. j
Clemann and Salzmann's ad on page
i only mentions a few of the many
iseful articles to be found in this busy
store". You will Cnd their prices lower
Miss Luella Crissman, formerly ol
Chicago, has been engaged as solo
singer and choir leader of the First
Baptist church, and will begin her
services next Sunday.
Clemann & Salzmann arc offering
?xctptional inducements this season,
vhich will make this season's business
:he largest in the history of this popu
ar store. Read their ad on page G this
Some shears "get weak in their
joints," after a little use, and do not
cut at the points. The celebrated
"Wiss Shears" are not built that way.
Try them and you will buy them. Rock
Island Hardware company.
Next Sunday afternoon, the 27th,
'.he May procession will take place on
the grounds at Villa de Chantal. All
friends are cordially invited. Parents
are requested to bring their little ones.
For particulars call up West 317. !
This is the kind of weather when
you want a gasoline stove, can ana .
examine the Jewel line, lney are,
admitted to be the very best made and
our prices are as low as you have to j
pay eisewnere ior mieriur siovea.
Allen, Myers & Co.
Members of the Royal Arcanum In
the trl-cities are planning for a joint
celebration of Royal Arcanum day at
Campbell's island, Sunday, June 24. J
Committees have been appointed from )
each of the three councils and elabor
ate preparations are being made.
Those who made pledges toward the
expenses of the evangelistic meetings
are requested to pay them promptly to ,
some one of the pastors. Those who
have bills against the committee are
requested to send them, without de
lay, to B. H. Wilson, secretary, at the
storo of L. S. McCabe & Co.
On the 31st. inst. at 3 p. m., the field
meet will be held at Villa de Chantal.
One of the interesting features of the
afternoon will be a basketball game be
tween the villa team and that of the
Rock Island high school. An admis
sion charge of 25 cents will be taken
up at the gate. This will entitle guests
to refreshments1, which will be served j
on the grounds. Petersen s Dana win
furnish the music on this occasion.
FALLS FROM TOP OF TRAIN
Harry Carlson Brought Here from. Put
nam This Afternoon. .
Harry Carson of ilorme was brought
here to St. Anthony's hospital this af
ternoon, having been injured by a fall
from a box car near Putnam, between
Bureau and Peoria. He was riding on
top of the train and was hit by bridge.
His left leg was broken between the
ankle and the knee and he received
numerous bruises about the head. Af
ter this fall he laid In the ditch from
12:30 to 8:30 a. m., before he was
Has Ear Torn.
John B. Buckallew, 721 Ninth street,
employed by C. J. Larkin on the work
at St. Joseph's church, met with a pain
ful accident yesterday afternoon about
2 o'clock, which nearly resulted in his,
?ar being torn off. He was at work un
loading some rock, when a heavy bar
he held, slipped, and striking his ear.
severely lacerated the member. He
was given surgical attention immediately.
Good Picnic Plates, 2
dozen fer 5c.
. Paper Napkins with neat
designs at 14c hundred.
Tin Spoons, 8 c dozen.
Gocfd size Pienifc Basket,
wltti ccTver, 18c.
Tin Cups, 1 pt. size, lc
05 ro s a,-
M w fcaaM - ..KUUIVIWUPWlafflMIM
PEERLESS ICELAND FREEZER.
Is known to be .the best made. Itmever turns hard..freezes
cream smooth, fine and firm irnthree minutes. It has
very few parts,. and the most inexperienced person can
make deliciousice .cream with tt. 1 qt. freezer at $1.39.
, AJ30 made In 2,y3, 4 and 6 quarts.
Extraordinary Ribbon Val
ues, 12jgc, 19c and 29c.
4lATURDAY and Monday wi place on.sale all the
0 short lengths of wide Dresden;. floral, plaid and check
taffeta ribbons, embroidered tab ribbons for neck wear
and hat b'ands, wide taffetas, Messalines, etc., etc., rib
bons worth from 25c to 85c a yard, Jengths fromhalf a
yard to four and five yards;; take them as they'are at
1 2 c, 1 9c and 29c yd.
ALL day Saturday and
Monday, men's fancy,
blue striped Blbriftfin Shtats
and. Drawers, eacn 21c.
MES fancy embroidered
band MondtfV at 10 a. m., 7icj
Saturday Evening;, May 26
March "The Admiral" Freideman
Intermezzo "Flying Arrow" Bolzman
Selection "Royal. Chef", .. , Jerome
Medley 4My Name is. Morgan, but it
ain't J. P." ............ ........ Mohr
Waltz-"flTirmuring Waters" Hall
Spanish Intermezzo "LaZurita". . McPherran
Melodies from "Tha Jolly Barron". .VonTilzer
March ''Perptuurn Mobile" Blon
9.? Characteristic "Bouncing Betty" .... Balfour
10. " Selection "Isle'of Bong Bong" Howard
11. tetUey-'Indfans Along Broadway".. Resker
2.s March "Screeching Eagle" Stern
$2a25, $2.75 and 53.00 Lace
Curtains for $1.75.
A SNAP in lace curtains, Irish point, renaissance and
novelty patterns and designs, smalllots; to close
them quick, we say, $1.35. Saturday and Monday,
both days, if they last, quite a choice for the earlier
buyers, per pair, $1.35.
Crtaln muslins in novelty designs and spots, mar-,
ket value 15c, Saturday, 9 a..m., 7c yd.
TEN pieces 54Jtn. bleached
or unbleached table dam
ask, special . for Saturday
only, lt)zc yard.
SATURDAY and Monday
special ,at 4 p. m.. each
day. ladiesRlbbed Vests, tape
neck, each, 5c
W. B. Sorset Special
pRETTY nearly every lady knows
r tlf W. B. Corset. ,Thy hav
been advertised in most aU (he lead
ingtnfcgzines. and Lctdfes' Journals,
ami at some time moat every woman
has Worn one. If you haVe. you'll
nexfi no argument when we offer on
5 doz. of these famous W. B.
$1 Corsets at 09c eacht one to
a customer, Saturday, 0&c.
5c. 8c. 10c and 12 1-Za
T?ltE HUNDRED dozen white net
Pbirit de Pstri?kaces,tln Vdte.'' and
Torchon bacesT eUges a.nd lnsertidfls k "
ma-ttH worth in a reftllar way, ,12 l!3o
to3Sc"ayard. Welought them cheap 4
and to tfdd keen intere'rt in this popular
department these laces go oh sale Satur
day and till sokl at Sc. Sc, 10c and
12 1-2 yard: i
... . ..!
WE : bouehtja. lot.of little girls Sailor
v Flats; alKreldytrTmmed ready to
wear home. The price hasalways bAn
50c siece,but as the colors are-only
' redand caralrAls, we got them cheap.
Saturday, Just fdt fan, any. oe from
litfle girl to young lady earl buy one
NOTE All fresh and n e w,
tlftse pretty SOc hats for lOfcw
A. Linen Bargain
Linen Roller Cfish
vards al Dure
Cfishes. 17 t-2 to 18
incrtes wfH, Saturday, 8 l-2c per yard.
If any is left on Monday, it will be
sold at same price, but if is hardly
likely any of this small lot will last over
Saturday, 8 l-2c yrd.
linen Dapartment. First Floor.
"pVERYBODY wears Low Shoes this
"Ly season. Plenty of new and attra
tive styles in oxfords f or men, women
and cfllldren. PatentColt. Gun Metal,
Vicl Kid, Ooze CaJf, Tans and White
Canvas in great variety:
Men's, $1.50 and up to 94.00
Women's. 31.50 and up to 94.00
Children's, 59c and up to 91.Z0
Remarkable Knit Un
$5,000 worth of. the best imported Swiss
and domestic makes of cool summer under
wear at prices that speak volumes. .
' Ladies' fine Swiss li-sle
thread vests, drop stitch'
and lace trimmad, sold
everywhere at 50c, 1 cas
of these at 37c.
Ladies' knee length
union suits, sleeveless,
rare value at 42 c.
25 dozen ladies' Swiss
ribbed vests, neat lace
value at 12c. 1
Ladies' Jersey ribbed
vests. Lisle finish, pure
wh'ite bleach, sold regu
larly at 25c, 2 cases of
these till sold, 18c.
Men's balbriggan shirts and drawers, collarette neck,
short sleeves, drawers with double seat, well worth 38c,
while this lot Jasts, the price is just 25c.
Men's Maco cotton ribbed shirts and drawers, made ,
of fine imported cotton, best finish throughout, a 'most
unusual bargain at 50c.
Men's super lisle thread underwear, pure white or
unbleached long or short sleeve shirts, sold by exclusive
shops at $1.0. our, price on this lot will be 72c.
SATURDAY afternoon. 3 o'clock, and until'
sold. 10 doz. tinted pillow tops end backs,
petfular 2Sc and 39fe ones, each 10c.
Ladies Summer Neck
vfear, Sfery Special
.' 3c, Lpc and 25c
CATURE7AY and Monday we
offer 50 dozen new summer
wash ties," etc., in baby Irish cro
ohet stocks, embroidered, white.
Swiss turnover collars, collar and
cuff sets in ' Swiss enfbroTdery, .'
values up to 50e, all at 25 c,
TNE' hundred pieces white
wash silks at about hsJf
price, Saturdayand Monday.
20 inch while Habutai wash
silks, yd., only 17 l-2c.
27 inch white Habutai wash
silks, while 15 pieces last, rare
value at 38c and 29c yd.
36 inch white Habutai wash
silks, usually sold at 75c, while
10 pieces last, yd., 49c.
Better stippiy your wants
during! thissale, cool waists,
silk underwear, children's
dresses of wast? silks are prac
tical and almost indispensible
for summer wear.
Women's and Chil
"UR Hosiery Department is
showing a verr handsome line
of the ' season's newest styles for
women and children.
, . Imported cotton and lisle in
gauze, embroidered and labe ef-
fects,- blaeksT whites, and colors,
very Rretty and dainty" patterns,
50c, 35c and'25c pair.
An Importer of fine lisle hosiery
' overbought on some colors, par
' ticularly on reds and tans. We
' negotiated for 40 dozen of these
. two colors, fancy lisle hose, assort
ed lace patterns. They always
cost at wholesale $2.25 Mo $2.50
per dozen and retail at 25c a' pair.
We ' have these 40 dozen no
matter whae we. paid. We will
sell them to you Saturday and
Monday, If the last, at 10c a pair,
Take all you want of these
nice'lace lisle 25c Stockings for
your own use at 10c a pair.
None to dealers.
gPECIAL inducement for Saturday; Mon
day and Tuesday at our Drug Sundry
To every purchaser of 50c worth at our Drug Sun
dry Dept. on these three days, we will give a 25c cake
of of the famous Bathsweet toilet soap, absolutely
Bathsweet soap, as all know, is one of the most de
licate toilet soaps made. This' offer is good for three
Special Drug Sundry Items Before Decoration Day.
William's Swiss lilac
toilet waters. 50c bottles
Riker's toilet benzoin at
Lundborg's violet dew per
fume, worth 50c, at 37c.
Hudnut's Virginia rose,
Colgate's dactylis, 25c.
And a 25c cake of Bathsweet Soap free with 50c
worth of the above low prices for 3 days. 3.
Lundborg's violet talcum
Creme Ormonde for the
Eastman's benzoin and
almond lotion, 17c.
Cucumber Milk for the
complexion, excellent for
Rlcksecker's toilet wa
ters. 75c bottles for 59c.
THOUSANDS of them
at prices unysually low.
Fancy embroidered belts
in red blue -and white em
broidery; also pretty dres
den effects ; choice of all,
lCfc. You should pick
Crush belts, embroider
ed, solid harness buckles,
New scalloped embroid
ered belts, taiibr-mada
belts, heavily embroidered
belts, Buster Brown wash
belts, etc., big variety to
choose from at 25c.
Hundreds of wash belts
te pick from, up to . the
handsomest you ever saw,
at $1 .47, $ 1 .25 and
Stools. 12 in$i tops.
10c Saturday and Monday.
IMPORTANT SHIRT WAIST SALE
JARGE purchase of shirt waists,, delayed by
ape on sale at the most attractive prices,
see the waists to appreciate their beauty.
New shirt waists of fine whjte lawns, very
pretty styles, yoke of lace insertion or em
broidery, new sleeves with deep tucked cuffs,
all are $1.50 waists; dejivery was so delayed
that we mark them $1.00.
New shirt waists of sheer white lawn, button
in back styles, button fronts also, new short
beeves, or vzjfch deep tucked cuff, specially
New slpirt waist of fine quality sheer white
linons and lawns, button back or fnont, half,
the scarcity in white lawns, now received, and
The cuts portray some of them, but you must
three-quarter and Ju length sleeves, trimmed
with extra nice laces and embroideries, well
tailored; come and see for yourself what a
bargain jthese are at $1.67.
In this waist display are the most dainty
styles ever shown in this vicinity. Waists with
Covent hand-embroidered fronts at $12.50,
$10.00 and $8.50.
Other waists at $1.25. $1.00 and 75c,
all made with the care and attention to fit quite
necessary to find a place in our waist section.
2)ECORATION DAY Is
a . at hand. Show your
patriotism. Honor the
brave let the flag wave
from every home. To make
this more easy we name
some low flag prices.
Thousands of flag3 at
3c each, and 3c per doz.
Large flags, mounted on
sticks, 10c and 5c.
Flags, 5 feet long, for
Printed silk flags, 5c.
U. S. Standard all-wool
bunting flags, size 6 feet,
$1.94. Same flags, size
9 feet, actual worth $5.00,
at $3.97. Other sizes
MORE of those Uphol-!
stered Shirt Waist'
Boxes. Saturday and Mon
RIVER RIP LETS
Royal Neighbor Attention.
Members of Mayflower camp. No.
101 are requested to meet at their hall
it 2 o'clock Sunday, May 27 to attend
he funeral of "deceased Neighbor Mrs.
MRS. GERTRUDE WYNN, Oracle.
' MRS. MAMIE SMITH, Recorder.
All the hcalinp, balsamic virtues of
the Norway pine are concentrated in
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, na
ture's own remedy for coughs and
The Eclipae and XV. 'XV. were aorth
and ftoiuh and the Preeeott, Georgle S.,
and Isaac Staples were down.
Tbo stage of water was 7.95 at 6 a.
ru.t and 8 at noon.
Nearly stationary Btagen in the Mis
sissippi will continue from below Du
buque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER. Lcal Forecaster.
Danger H'ght Cb'ge
line 7 am. 24 hrs.
feet feet feet
Ht. Paul 14 10.3 :0.3
Red Wing II 8.0 :0.5
Reds Landing 12 7.1 :0.3
La Crosse 12 8.0 :0.1
P. du Chien IS 8.1 0.1
Datbuque 18 9.9 0.0
L Claire 10 G.l 0.0
Rock Island ..15 8.0- 0.0
D Moines Rapids .. . 4.G :0.1
Keokuk 1.5 S O 0.0
St. Louis 30 13.5 0.0
Kansas City 21 10.0 :0.1
. Was a False Alarm.
The fire department had a futile run
to the vicinity of Fifth avenue and
Hleventh street late this afternoon. A
house was being fumlsr.ted. and a
passer, see!ng the smoke, became ex
cited and sent in an alarm.
"It was almost a miracle. Burdock
Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible
breaking out all over the body. I am
very grateful." Miss Julia Filbridge,
West Cornwell, Conn.
A DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION
On the Elegant Steamer St. Paul.
Thore will be room for 25 or 50 peo
ple in addition to "the coal nien and
their families on the boat" excursion to
St. Paul and iurn leaving Rock Is
land and Davenport Saturday morning
June 1G, returning the next Saturday,
All the excursionists will be given the
same entertainment tht is provided
for the coal men at St. Paul.. $27.00
covers the entire expense.
For further particulars communicate
with. George Lamont, agent for Dia
mond Jo company, 115 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. 111., or F. E. Lu
kens, 1419 Monadnock block, Chicago,
Chicken Pie Supper.
Ruth's Mission band of Broadway
chureh will conduct a utiHty sale and
serve a chicken pie supper in the
church parlors Tuesday evening, May
29, commencing at ii o'elock. Many
fancy articles, ooth dainty and useful.
are to be disposed of.- Supper, 35 cents.
: . Select Excursion.
.The eteamer Helen Blair
Rocfc bland Decoration day at 11' a."
m., for Muscatine. She will give three
hours in Muncatine and arrive home at
7:30 p. m. Fare 59 ccntB. Good din
ner, ii) cents.
C. J. MANGAN, Agont.
Foot of Nineteenth street. ;
Beal A Schmitt.
Fine tailoring. Illinois theater build-;
AU the news all he time The Argus.,
IF- you want a corrcdt Summer Hat
for Decoration Day wear, you will
save yourself worry by looking over
our line. We have hats for all occa
sions and to meet every demand, and
we can say with perfedl assurance that
you will not find a more perfect col
lection of hats or more varied styles
than you will find here, at prices which
cannot be duplicated.
Corner Twentieth St,, Fourth Ave.