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THK ARGUS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER.25, 1000.
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New Law of Knights of Pylhias
Hits Wholesalers and Ho
The Home of Good Clothes,
Invites Your Inspection of
Fall Models. . -v v V
Strongly Convey the Impres
sion of Quiet Dignity1 and
Quality. V V
WHERE BAR IS ATTACHED
Important Changes in Insurance Poli
cies are Also Decided Upon at
1801- 1803 - 2 nd. Ave. ROCK ISLAND'
BARS LIQUOR MENjf:
New Orleans. Oct. -. A sweeping
anti-liquor statute was passed today by
t'nn tnnriMiui I. ,I.r itf K ti i -i t iif 1
tnias. Ine new statute is expected to
liar from entry to the order wholesale
liquor dealers and hotel keepers who,
run bars in connection with hotels.;
With the exception of these two class
es all other liquor dealers are exclude!
by the old statute.
Change Iniuraurr l.nwn.
New Orleans. La. Oct. 25. New in
surance laws affecting SO.OOo polic
holders were officially adopted yester
day by the supreme lodge. Knights of
Pythias. The features of these laws
An increase in the maximum policy i
from $3,n.iy to $5,000. '
An increase in the age limit at
which members can be insured from
50 to CO years. j
Life rhiM. '
The creation of a new lift li class of
insurance. This class involves a com
plete change from the old fraternal
congress to the American experience
table, with interest at per cent.
There will be an annual accounting;
an annual dividend policy, returning to
the member at the end of each ymri
all over and above the cost of carrying!
the risk arid expense of management, j
All policies under the new system i
become incontestable after three years.!
Privilege is given policy holders in I
the fouuh class to transfer into thej
new fifth class, taking the same
amount without new medical examination.
(rnrrnllv fnir lonllit
mill l-r il:t :
l.wtv liiirmurlrri nrr hrrnl
morniuBT vcr the rntirc- norl lirru lior
drr of Ihr- I uitral IiiIcm ami Ihroitli
nut Moulhrm aii:il:i. Ht-mtiii:; III -.-p
rrnnurp fntliion. raino fallrn in
liritlftb liiiiilln. .ll-rtii nml ji.n Il
lusion, it nil from lona nml Minii-Hl;i
to tfae uilddlr .tlnntit mI:i!fh jiimI rn
Kajglnntl. while further rie in tem
perature Iiiim wrurrril in the northern
ItiM-ky inoiiBtalo MtnteM nml the tinner
llourl valley. IIIkIi iirmmirrn anil
fair weather prevail to the Mxilhmiril.
Kair weather wilt rimllnur in Hiim ii
eialt" toalicht and I-'rldnv. willi riiii
trmperaturex. due to the iutltiem-e of
the northern aren of Ion preMiire.
J. M. SIIEKIEK, I.oral Forecaster.
l'ECIAL attention is citllcd to
tlie accompanying illustra-
tions Avliich. arc exact repro
ductions from real life of the new
Suits and Overcoat
Vfou can take men from every class
and every condition of life, send them
to "THE HUB" and each one will find
precisely what he desires iu the way
of clothing and accessories. This store
is cosmopolitan in the true sense and
operated for the "benelit of "ALL." the
We send out ou r new fall line with
a written guarantee, with our exten
sive assortment of correct clothes for
street and general wear raniuy; in
$10 to $30
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Tempera lure nt 7 n. m- tti: jit :::;
p. iuM rtli. Miuiinum tempernt lire in -I
knuri. IV. rloelty of wimi lit N :i. iu..
S mileo: mnviinum veloeity in -1 liourw.
CI TV CHAT.
Beal & Schmltt,
High class tailors.
Illinois theatre building.
Insure with Uecchcr IJros.
Buy a home of Iicidy Brri.s.
Beecher Bros, for real estate
I.u Salle eoal at Mueller's only.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Itobb's.
For bus or express, Spencer &. Trefz.
Have jou been roller skating this
The Oelschlagel concert tonight :it
Y. M. C. A. hall.
Mr. aurl Mrs. John 11. Stenci l ai
-'-iiTi it'rirr i-1 ii t imn,if'iM;ni-iiiirt-T'i'--'ir
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the parents of a baby boy. born yes
Refined but smart horse show mil
linery tomorrow at McCabe's.
Save Tiiouey on jour winter's coal
bill by buying l.aSalle chunks.
An exhibit of the Chicago hor.-.o show
n illintry tomorrow at McCabe's.
II. T. Sietnon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 1.j2(M.j2S Fourth avenue.
A chorus of VI violins will appear at
the concirt at V. M. l A. hall tonight.
(Jo and hear Katheiine and Char
lotte N'oach at Y. M. C. A. hall tonight.
Sioj) that cough with Charles I'lle
ineyer's White I'ine Coti!iound at o'M
Site( i:th street.
Louis l.;:ue and Mrs. Anna M. i:x !x.
both of Davenport, were married yes
t iday by Justice G. Albert Johnson.
McCabe's present tomorrow I lit breezv.
nifty horse show millinery, refined' by
the hands and brains of Chicago's best
The young ladies of the King's ilei
alds of the First Methodist church wiM
.give an oyster supper in the Sunda..
Horse Show Hats
Tomorrow and Saturday we will display the
stunning hats we have brought out for this
special occasion. The
great variety in styles
represented offers an
opportunity to gratify
any desire in Millinery
for festive occasions.
In connection with
this display we will
show a great variety
of original designs in
street hats styles that
have never before
before been shown.
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Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue, 1
school room Friday evening. Oct.
Supper wil be served from o to 7 for
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 7UG Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west
The case against Charles Xessler,
charged with assault and battery ou
complaint of William Wright, was dis
missed by Justice G. Ali)i ri .lohnso
this afternoon. The evidence did not
thow that Xessler was the one who
made the assault.
Tin- Woman's Missionary society of
Broadway Presbyterian church will
meet with Mrs. A. 1 1. McCandUss. .)
Twenty-third street, tomorrow after
noon a.t o'clock. Reports from the
synod, in session last week iu Kasi S'.
Louis, will be given by Mrs. M. S. Slay
Wall paper sale a; half price. A
clc an-up on all wall paper and mould
ings. A few of our prices: Ingrains,
7' cents and 10 cints: crepe
cents; tile, 1 to l'u cents: three-inch
cak plate rail, S cents per foot at
Weinberger &'Gardtier. ."2." Twentieth
street.. Place your order at once.
If you think you are pretty good at
figures, if you think you know a tiling
or two about mathematics, you are
go'ng to have an opportunity to win a
prize in The Argus. This paper is
sibont to present to its readers the in
teresting "Skideo" puzzle, which gives
those with long heads a chance to
work overtime. Watch for it.
Perhaps the most fascinating prob
lem to rivet public attention in years
is the absorbing "Skidoo" puzzle which
is now running in several eastern cit
ies. It has already eclipsed the well
known "How old was Ann?" problem.
and in many instances people are sit
ting tip nights trying to figure it out.
It is not a catch of any kind, but a
plain mathematical calculation. It will
soon be given to Argus readers to
An Awful Cough Cured.
"Two years ago our little girl had a
touch of pneumonia, which left her
with an awful cough. She had spells
of coughing, just like one with the
vvhooph.g cough and some thought
she would not get well at all. Wo got
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, which acted like a charm. She
stopped coughing and got .stout and
fat," writes Mrs. Ora Bussard, Bru
baker, 111. This remedy is for sale by
all leading druggists.
ROCK ISLAND RCAO IS SUED
Iowa Packer Alleges Rivals Paid No
Freight and Asks Damages.
Des Moines. Oct. 27. Asserting it
was forced to compete with rivals who
paid no freight at all in Iowa, the Agar
Packing eonipnny has tiled suit against
the Rock Island railroad, claiming
It is alleged that from May. l!il. to
July 7. IImh:. the Agais brought 7.7-,.t:
cars of hogs into Iowa on the Rock Is
land line, for which they paid t.Ui:
freight. During the same period, it is
alleged. Frank Dodson. Coinpton & Mc
Rae and J. S. Compton bough: hogs in
competition vith4ihe company and
shipped them to Valley Junction. It
is asserted that these men had a s: -cret
agreement with the Rod: Island,
by which they paid no charges on their
incoming freight on condition that they
reship the hogs over the Rock Island
to their markets.
Coinpton is alleged to be agent for
John P. Squires & Co.. a subsidiary con
cern of Swift Co.. Chieago.
W. H. BOYS GETS RAILWAY JOB
Deneen Makes Appointment to Fill
Vacancy in State Commission.
Springfield. Hi.. Oct. Lr W. II. IJos
who for months has been engag. d 1:1
H !nu the accounts of the Illi
nois Ceiiiial railiond under the direct
lien of e,ir.ci Diiieen. is to be il.e
head of the lliitiois tadroad ami waie-
ou.-e commission. M;ee enllig I lie lai
;li:es Xrvido of I'.li.oiuiligt 'Ml. 1 1 i -i
; ppi ini nient ::s a member of ike com
mission has In" ii announced and ii
I lelel'.-lood he will be elected pMv-l I -ill
at Ik'1 lit Xt !!!( cling.
Ali the news all the time The Argus.
cold is much more easily cured
when the bowels are open. Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar opens the
j bowels and drives tho cold out of the
j system in young or old. Sold by all
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S EXTENDED to the ladies, (and men, too, if they care to see) of the Tri-Citics and
surrounding country to come in and inspect the most perfect and attractive assort,
ment of HOME FURNISHING MERCHANDISE it has ever heen their opportnnity to
gaze upon. Our stock is replete with new and up-to-date Furniture for every place in
the home. The new line of Metal Beds is a sight for your eyes. The new Rug line
embraces a natty art rug 9x12 for $6; another, Kingston, same size, for $10.50; then the Ax
minstcrs, Velvets, Wiltons and French Wiltons, will surely interest you. Also the Austrian
Rug, we can supplyin any size or color you may suggest; it is perfectly plain with a shaded
border. Window Draperies in profusion Laces, Madras Cloths, Swiss, Cretonnes, Nets, etc.
& Carpet Co.
Fourth and Brady Streets;
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