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THE ArtGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1900.
RING SICK HEBE
New Rock Island Arsenal Hospi
tal for Emergency Pur
CONSTRUCTION UNDER WAY
New $9,000 Stable Also Begun
Progress is Delayed by Lack of
Congress at its last session made an
appropriation or $10,000 for the erec
tion at the Rock Island arsenal of a
building for quarters for hospital stew
ard, for dispensary, and for emergency
treatment of the sick. It did not. how
ever. Include any provision for wards,
where natlents reauiring continued
me, has fine New York grapes at 10,
!3 and 20 cents a basket. Fine for
jam and jelly.
The ladies of the Memorial Christian
:hurch will give a chicken pie supper
Thursday, Nov. 1G from 5 to 8 o'clock.
V good supper for 25 cents.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
borough treatment of the hair and
calp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
nteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Visit the Art Shop, 1922 Third av
onue. Lessons in oils, drawing, water
But I colors and chfea painting. Place your
order early for Christmas gifts. e do
The Block Briar Cartefville Is unex
?lled for furnaces and small heaters
and cook stoves: Is clinkerless and
inly a small percentage of ash. E. B.
McKown sells it.
Attend the coffee and sale to be giv
en by the Ladies' Altar society of St
Joseph's church Thursday. Nov. 15
."rom 3 to S p. ni., at the home of Mrs
J. N. Hopkins, 1002 Seventeenth street.
E. B. McKown sells the Superioi
treatment could be received, and con
seoucntly soldiers so sick as to require Block, an ideal coal for grates and fur
.ntrnnro to hnsnitals will shortly have naces. It makes a bright, cheerful
to be sent to St. Anthony's hospital in I blaze and intense heat, is practically
Rock Island. I free from ash, soot and smoke, and
The new building authorized by con- costs less than other high grade coals
gress Is now under construction and I f rem the cast
will probably be finished before Christ
. . 1 t
mas when tne oia ana niatous lauu-
mark that for so many years has re
mained at the arsenal, one of the relics
of the civil war, will be removed.
Only Half Enough.
CRIME WAVE LEADS
CHIEF TO RESIGN
Congress, in acting upon a recom- Dubuque Official Reconsiders After a
mendation that $18,000 was required
for a new stable at the arsenal to re
place the old relic of the civil war for
merly near the commanding officer s
quarters, which was destroyed by fire
a vear azo. and to replace the old
wooden building beyond the soldiers
barracks, appropriated only $9,000.
Conference With Mayor Public
Dubuque, Iowa, Nov. 14. As a cul
mination of IS robberies and the ex
plosion of five dynamite bombs about
It I the city, with no arrests made to date
had been intended that the stable
should consist of two wings with a
connecting front; only one wing and
half of the front are consequently now
being erected. This building has also
been commenced, but it is understood
its erection may be delayed in conse-1 resignation
quence of the difficulty experienced in
securing the services of a sufficient
number of men competent to lay press
ed brick. Twenty of such bricklayers
could now secure employment at the
Rock Island arsenal.
Chief of Police Pickley resigned, but
after a conference with the mayor the
hicf withdrew his resignation and
will remain for a time at least. Pub
lic indignation at the seeming ineffi
ciency of the police force prompted the
BUILT FIRE THAT
Partly cloudy ami wirir.fr tonlisUt,
ni(b probably bowrr Tharnday, fair.
The arra of low ptwurr Khonn yea-
trrday vrr the rantern Itoeky mountain
lope now extends from Sankatrhennn
Husband and Father Leaves House and
Young Wife and Babies
Cold Water. Mich., Nov. 14. Mrs.
Charles Mowry, aged 21 years, and
her three infant children were burned
to death early today in t'.icir home on
a farm six miles southwest of the city.
and Manitoba to the itulf eont. This Charles Mowry, the husband and fath
er, rose early, built two fires in the
house and went to the barn to do
chores. While there he discovered the
house was afire. The flames made
such rapid headway he was unable to
enter the house and save the family
who were suffocated while asleep.
dixturhanre la attended by ralna on the
north Pacific roast and In the northern
Rocky mountain nintrx, and also by rain
or row in the SliNHOurl aud MiaalKMipni
valleys. The northeastern storm Is still
rnniioK Iiffbt precipitation as far south
ward as west Virsinla. Partly eloudy
and warmer wentber in this vicinity to
night, with probably showers, followed pjtyQ fQR GETTING
Thursday ny fair, will attend the con
tinued eastward advance of the 31ani
toba low pressure.
jr. M. SIIERIER, Local Forecaster.
A MARRIAGE LICENSE
Temperature at 7 a. m., 21; at 3 :30
p. m. 3S. Minimum temperature In 21
hours, 2Sj maximum. SS. Velocity of
wind at H a. m., 4 miles.
Chicagoan Arrested After Taking Out
Permit to Wed Girl He Had
Not Proposed To.
Beal & Schmitt,
High class tailors,
Illinois theatre building.
Hard wood at'McKown's.
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Beecher Bros, for real estate
La Salle coal at Mueller's only.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call RobbV
For bus or express, Spencei & Trefz.
Chicago, Nov. 14. Louis Jorgenson,
a steamlitter employed at mgnwoou
and living at North Chicago, was fined
$3 there yesterday for getting a license
to marry Marie Donovan without pre
viously obtaining her consent. Miss
Donovan keeps a boarding house, and
Jorgenson had boarded there a long
time. They were friendly, but she says
he never asked her to marry him until
yesterday, although he got the license
Saturday. She refused to marry him
and then had him arrested.
NOTE TO HOLD UP A BANK
Kansas Bandit Makes Known His De
mand in Writing.
Newton, Kans., Nov. 14. The Mid-
A great saving offered on warm knit ,and bank of Newton was held up by
underwear at McCabe's. one man .yesterday afternoon and rob-
Shake the plums from the bargain bed of 00 in currency. The robber
tree any day at McCabe's. M"10" ltllcl lu rtU,u,HU DU"ue'-
. , , , i man, iue casnier, staling wno ne was
If you enjoy delicious, crispy brown fl whaf h1 nnrI vf lho
pancakes, try Mrs. Austin's. Li-rb. on hf., w '..,m
a 1 a t .MI v . I
beufcaiiouai saie oi suits uegins ai an die together should any effort be
9:30 Thursday at McCabe's. made to detain him. Six or seven ier-
Save money on your winter's coal I sons in the bank were ordered into the
bill by buying LaSalle chunks. vault and locked in. The robber then
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5 cent sccurcd wnat currency was in sight
cigar made of rich, mellow tobacco.
Ask your grocer for Mrs. Austin's
Pancake flour. Fresh and delicious.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 1526-152S Fourth avenue.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
DRUNKS BARRED ON TRAINS
Pennsylvania Railroad Issues Orders to
Refuse Them Tickets.
New Brunswick. N. J.. Nov. 14. Lo-
dyelng. Fanitorium, 1903 Second ave- Cal attaches of the Pennsylvania rail
Hue. I road have received rr1prs frnm hnH.
The easiest way to prepare a quick! Quarters that hereafter no tickets must
bicakfast Is to use Mrs. Austin's, Pan- be sold drunken persons and that Intox-
cake flour. ' Icated persons must not be permitted
Phenomenal coat and suit values at on tne trains. It Is understood the or
McCabe's. See cuts and note prices aer gone an along tne iine.
quoted in this paper.
Travel over the Rock Island bridg-3
yesterday included 2,031 foot, 1.23G
teams, and C38 street cars.
Reduce your coal bills by using
Spring Valley Third vein coaL Roc!
Island Fuel company, agents.
FJRE ONLY A
Steamer Coronia Never in
from Blaze in Midocean
Queenstown, Nov. 14. On the ar
rival of the Cunard line steamer
Caronia off the entrance of the harbor
The Florence Hot Blast stoves never yesterday, it was reported fire broke out
ran to please. Use less fuel and fur- on board during the voyage but was ex
nisn more neat, Un sale at MCCaDeS. MnmiiKhpr! ThprP -nover wns anv rpnl
Call on E. B. McKown for-the Peer- danger and the momentary excitement
less and celebrated Indiana'sBlock if among the passengers soon subsided
you want fuel which elves satisfaction
a novei ieeiing or leaping, rxmnaing.
after taking: Hollisters Rnrkv Mrmn
I tain Tea. Tea or Tablets. 35 cents
Experienced clothing salesmen may , " 7" 1 '.If 1 J
v ... . . , . J impulses goes through your
scure positions by applying af once , z. - . ,
t Ullemeyer & Stern's. K24 See- tSL"
, Frank Campana, 1807 Second- ave-! T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
i HRYS A TNJXFTE rVrUrVT
at almost nominal prices. Sp
potted Chrysanthemums bought at
sale Thursday morning at 9:30 for
Sale continues till all the lot is
selection is advisable.
Plants in full bloom
ecial lot of 250 choice
very low prices, go on
19c, 25c and 33c.
closed out An early
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tjUJtuLL Lai-' fTZZ mm B
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
'"THE Florence Hot Blast is. without doubt, the
best heating stove on the market. A most wonder
ful heater, no soot, no dirt, no smoke, the only practical
smoke-consuming stove ever made, will burn soft coal,
hard coal, slack, wood or sawdust They're selling fast
Only a limited number of them now left
")NE case white silky fleece
blankets, made tosell at $ 1 .25,
one pair to a customer, Thursday
and Friday if they last, at pair. 69c
NE case 60-inch fancy stripe
Feltone cloth, dainty colors for
wrappers, bath or lounging robes,
about half value, Thursday and Fri
day at per yd,. 27c.
f)NE THOUSAND yds. figured
drapery silks, good assortment
of patterns and coloring, 32-inches
wide, Thursday, and while it lasts,
OPRINGFIELD oval, that famous
toilet paper, never sold at less
than 10c roll, for two days beginning
Thursday 5 c, enly 5 c.
T700DEN Wash tubs, largest
size, substantial make,
extra strong, two days only,
6000 Yards Beautiful and High-grade Plain
and Fancy Silks, 19 to 27 inches wide,
worth up to 31.25 yd., at less than .
j half value, per yd. 49c.
npHURSDAY morning at 9:30 A. M. we place on sale three except
ional purchases of silks, The Liberty Silk Co'S. high grade peau
de cygnes in most of the season's best plain colors; Fleitmann & CO'S.
-pure dye black taffetas, and the IMonotUCk Silk Co.'S 27 inch fancy
dress silks. The latter purchase
consisting of about 2,000 yards of
mill short lengths, of fancy waist
silks, 3 to 10 yards, at less than half
actual value. To give our out-of-
town patrons ample time to be with the first to secure their share of
these extraordinary silk bargains, we place none on sale till 9:30 A.
M. continuing for the day or till all are closed out.
49c 49c 49c 49c per yard
QRANITE Slew Kettles, first
quality, all perfect, 4 pint size,
for Thursday and Friday 7c.
(ARRIAGE Bags. Finger Purses.
Bead Purses and Bags, fitted
one piece Bags, Opera Bags. etc..
great Thursday and Friday bargains
'"Twenty-five dozen white
Renaissance Linen Center
Pieces, vorth 25c to 50c, Thursday
all day, 19c and 12c.
TpRENCH hand-embroidered Cor
set Cover embroideries 1 3-4
yd, ledgths. exquisite work, regular
value 53.00. while 5 dozen lasts,
"ifOMEN'S $1.00 fleece-lSued
Storm Alaska Rubbers,
Thursday and Friday, per pair, 69c.
CHILDREN'S elastic, rib fast dye
Hose, worth 2c pair, Thurs
day and Friday, according to size,
per pair. 9c, 8c. 7c, and 6c.
Warm Knit Underwear
A SAVING of 25 to 33 on men's and women's
JTl. knit underwear right now when you need the goods.
15 cases of warm underwear to be closed out in the next
three days. Be prompt.
. Ladies' gray and cream color fleeced ribbed vests and pants, a 35c
value, while our present supply lasts only 25c.
Ladies' extra quality cooper ribbed fleeced vests and pants, pure white,
and cream colors, this one let at 50c.
Ladies' fine worsted vests and pants, natural and white, 3 exceptional
lots marked 1-3 under value, 51.00. 75c and 58c.
25 dozen Oneita style union suits, gray or white fleeced, an extraor
dinary value, suit 50 c.
20 dozen Maco fleeced union suits, hand finished, never sold for less
than $1.00, this lot only, per suit 78c.
10 dozen ladies' white worsted plate, union suits made to sell at $1.45
we price them, per suit $1.00.
Men's Jaeger mixed fleeced lined shirts and drawers, the 50c kind,
just 1-4 saved, be prompt 37c.
Men's 75c natural wool fleeced lined shirts and drawers, 1 case, 36
dozen, big saving here 50c.
Men's tan wool fleeced lined shirts and drawers, best $1.00 value.this
lot going af 75c.
Men's camels hair and Vicuna mixed Merino shirts and drawers,
worth $1.25, while thsy last $1.00.
CTEEL Folding Couch Beds,
like cut, both sides adjust
able, when open makes a full
size, comfortable bed. Guar
anteed vire top andsteel springs.
You know the value of these,
but to call sharp attention to our
Furniture Dept. ve will sell
12 Thursday, and Friday if they
last, at just $3.35, each $3.35
No telephone orders filled at this price
Exhibition of Art Needle
work for the Holidays
HUNDREDS of new and beautiful articles will be shown
Thursday for the first time. Free lessons In art
"needlework 2 to 4 p. m. Come.
Lingerie sofa pillow slips, beautifully embroidered, entirely new,
$3.68, $2.98 and $1.38.
Baby pillow slips, stamped and embroidered, hemstitched ruffles,
$1.98, 98c, SOc and 25c.
French tapestry pillow tops, in light and rich dark grounds, 98c,
50c and 25c.
Signet and Fancy Stone Rings
WE call your attention to our new line of signet and
stone set rings, made and designed especially for
our trade, representing originality, individuality and super
iority in both antique and modern styles.
Signet rings for babies and children from 75c to $3.00.
Men's signet rings from $3.50 to $15.00, plain, carved and
diamond set, beautifully monogramed in raised or enameled letters.
Special designs to order.
Jewelry Department, First Floor, 2d Ave, Entrance.
ome- Phenomenal Coat and Suit Values
T is always part and parcel of the policy of this store to give greater values for the money than can be found else
where in this vicmtty, and this sale of coats and suits is simply following that policy with vigor. Cold type aud
illustrations convey but little idea of the handsome outer garments selling here for little money. All we ask is the
chance to show the goods.
Nobby New Coats, like
cut at $9.90
Another Smart Coat
A S a rule, coats of this
style bring $20.00,
simply because the cloth,
trimmings and workman
ship make them vorth
that. Full 48 inches long,
made with stylish coat
collar. Ormonde back, in
beautiful plaids and checks,
(see cut) they are rare
coat bargains at the price
XTANNISH coats in
A fancy materials and
English kerseys in black,
navy and castor, made with
flap pockets, loose backs,
effectively trimmed with
strappings, collar e f f e c Ls
nicely trimmed with velvets
and braids these are except
ional coats at only
Swell New Long Coats
like cut for $18
A S a striking example of the
correctness of our claim that
we give better garment values than
you will find elsewhere we ask you
to note these coats at $18.00.
Very fine kersey in black, navy andfrf-
brown, nicely lined throughout with
satin, exquisitely trimmed In radium
braid and velvet, embroidered flcral
designs front and back, $18.00.
We are also showing In
thie; 1p. hanH;nmf fanr.v
cloth long coats and English m
tweeds at the same popular
A 1 .'vffiit -Kit
ti f W .( r 4 If? ' 7
Handsom e Worsted Sui ts
like cut 16.65
Jaunty Norfolk Suits
THIS suit model is one
of the choicest of
the season and has never
been shown in this sec
tion at so low a price.
Made of fine, rich pan
ama cloth in black, navy
and gray, they are ele
gantly trimmed with braid,
The jacket is short, lined
with heavy satin and the
skirt is walking length,
effectively finished with
flat narrow folds. It needs
no argument at -.the price
pleasing assortment of
correct style Norfolk
suits, carefully tailored and
finished. Materials are striking
fancies, made with velvet collar
and turned back cuffs. The
price is only $12.95.
At the same price and for this
sale we have dark blue cheviot
suits, as illustrated, tight fitting
and also some pretty long coat
suits, so becoming to some
TJLACK Melton long coats of
fancy mixtures $ 1 0.00 values
for half $5.00. Only 20 so come
promptly and save a $5.00 bill.
JjANDSOME plaid waists, all jpLANNELLETTE night gowns. HILD'S winter coats for all
the popular plaids, sounds like with pretty trimming, the fancy ages, materials plain colors
we stole them at the price' but we striped material is good and heavy. and fancies, pretty trimmings,
didn't. Sharp buying brings them you pay a dollar elsewhere, here $1.25 & $1.00.
here at 79c. 63c. . Taffeta silk waists all colors at $2.
Broadcloth Suits, Blouse
QUITS like Illustration
made with the be
coming three quarter
sleeves and also full length
sleeves. The jackets are
satin lined and smartly
trimmed with braid. We
shown nothing more hand
some for $25.00 and $23.00
than these suitsat $ 1 8.87
In the same assortment
you will find suits of French
cheviot and rich fancies
all this seasons best models
and unmistak- C 1 Q 0-7
able bargains atP A 0 O L
JIRLS pretty winter dresses.
made in plaids and new fancy
mixed goods, in all sizes, these
$1.50 to $2.00 dresses are 83c
no mistake 88c.
L. S. McCABE y CO., HOGK ISLAND,' ILLINOIS