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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 190G.
COAT; CASH; RAZOR
John Kaiting Takes Belongings
of Others and is Bound
Over for Larceny.
STREET ARTIST IN TROUBLE
J. R. Rice Gets 10 Days for Creating a
Disturbance Negro Sentenced
for Assaulting Wife.
John Kaitinsr could not Rive a satis
factory explanation of his having in'
his possession another man's razor, and
he was bound over to the grand jury
for larceny under $300 bond. He hal
several other things to explain, too.'
that were difficult. He entered Octaf
Cornelus saloon on Fifth avenue Sat-'
urday night and put on another man's,
coat. He was seen, and when his at-i
tention was called to the fact that the j
coat belonged to another, he took it off -and
left the place. A few minutes la-!
ter the owner of the coat discovered
that a razor which had been in the
pocket was missing. Yesterday Kaiting
sold the razor for 2 cents, but when
the purchaser handed him a dollar, lie
kept the change. This resulted in his
Arflot (itn JO IJny.
J. R. Rice, the .sketch artist who has
been seen on the streets here for som?
days, got into difficulties Saturday
night, and this morning was sentenced
to 10 days in the county jail for dis
turbing the peace. He created a dis
turbance on Second avenue, and when
placed under arrest, subjected the offi
cer to much abuse. He claims his wife
and five childien are waiting for him
at Galesburg. He came here from La
Xejsro Axwaultetl II U AVIfr.
John Matlock was sentenced to five
days for assault and battery this morn
ing. He was arrested for assaulting
his wife Saturday evening, on Seventh
avenue, near Eighth street. It is claim
ed that he threatened to stab her with
THAT YOU f LLWN OUT VtiOT
GETTRotle out ip you Go
THE RIGHT PLACE TD Buy
YOUR StiEfiTERS NDCTHER
WARM THINGS loWEARToTflE
rfcOT BALL tfAME.
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Do YOUR THANKSGIVING CHOPPING EARLY. YOU'LL FIND IT MORE PLEASANT
AND IT PAYS To AVOID THE "LAST MINUTE RUSH." WE'REWELL PREPARED
To SER.VE YOU QUICKLY AND To OFFER YOU A GREAT VARIETY OF
Bargains Sure 5 Make You Thankful
HOT valued in all warm WEARABLES for any THANKSGIVING OCCASION.
BE SURE TO TAKE A LOOK! HERE'S SOME OF THEM:
Suit and Overcoat
$22 Suit and Overcoat
HOW'S THIS FOR
C.'c Underwear at
$1 Underwear at
"TURKEY DAY" DRESSING?
$1.50 Underwear at
cexftt nrio. itm mm imwnci Chicago.
THE BIG WHITE
SWEATERS, GLOVES, MUFFLERS, CAPS WITH FUR PULL DOWNS, WARM SHOES OVERSHOES. EVERYTHING YOU
NEED TO KEEP OUT "JACK FROST." SOMETHING BETTER FOR THE MONEY EVERY TIME AT THE M. & K,
ROCK ISLAND'S BEST
I THE WEATHER.
(irorralljr fnir tonight ami TurMriay:
cIJrr I on Ik hi. with tli loweMt ietuer
Iturr nllBbtly bflwtv the frrrr.ini; point.
Salnrtlay'H (iulburlrrn ulnrni hnn
moinl wllli IncrraiilQK lncnily to
I hrrn Ulmiiuxin, oniininK preelplta
tlon over niarat of the Koi-ky mountniu
rrglun and from the MlfMwuri anil Mlx
mImmIppI vallrya nort hrnt nnni to Xe
I'oKlanil. Ilainfnll.H of more I linn one
inch linve wcnrrcil in m.ilcru long,
northern lllinoiM anil Moutliern UInciiii-
kIu. 1'nir 11 in! folder urntlirr went of
the liKourl In ntteuallnu: an nrrn , of
Iiijili preKKiire wliicli I eentral over
WahlnKton anil I extentliuu: raxlnnril
I'uir steadier in thix I-lulty tonight
nuil Tiiewdsiy. i t Ii eoliler tmiiKht, will
follow I lie t'lin 11 lined ailvnnee raalnanl
of the iweoiiNin Mtorii eenter.
J. M. SIIKUIKH, Local Forrranlrr.
Temperature at 7 n. 47; at 3:110
p. in.. :!-. M n I in ii in teiuperntnre In 21
hour, r.l. Velocity of wlnil at S a. in
IS inileM. ltniufall iu the Inxt 24 hours.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure
any case of itching, blind, bleeding or
protruding piles in C to 14 days or
money refunded. 50 cents.
a' a saving of from 10 to 25 per cent
We are determined to demonstrate
to the women of the tri-cities and
vicinity that there is ONLY ONE
PLACE TO BUY COATS, SUITS
SKIRTS, WAISTS, FURS and
MILLINERY and buy them right,
the right kind at the right price.
That Place is
114-116 West Second Street
"We admit there are many other stores in
the same, business, but Ave stand rendv to
prove, and ask you to. in vour own inter- &i
ests, to investigate and von will find vou
. will get' better results here for the money
you lay out by tar. mer Quality, Newe
Styles, Better Tailoring, Larger Assort
ments; Everything Proportionately Better,
because it is all advisedly done on a consid
erably smaller profit basis; warranted by
our one price system, which enables us to
mark all merchandise in our store at a
smaller percentage of profit; not having to
tfjfc take into consideration that in some in-fi
rW . 1 ti l : l i
lU debate from the price to suit the pur- llivl
chaser, or pay railroad tare; none ot these
do we take into consideration when mark
ing our goods. One price prevails through
out the store, a condition that exists no
where else. Take this well into considera
tion, and if you have the interest of your
pocketbook at heart, come and see and be
Beal & Schmltt,
High class tailors,
Illinois theatre building.
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Beecher Bros, for real estate
Sweet cider at Kuschmann's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Dressed chickens at Kuschmann's.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb'.
For bus or express, Spencei & Trefz.
Choice dairy butter at Kiischnnum's.
Have J. Ilaniser fit you with specta
cles. New York select oysters in bulk at
Seo the nobby line of cuff buttons
at .1. Rauiser's.
Buy a diamond from J. Ramscr. You
save 13 per tent.
Jewel, Jewel, Jewel, the great cough
drop. Absolutely pure.
Races at the big rink Monday night.
Davidson vs. three men.
Races at the big rink Monday night.
Davidson vs. three men.
Simser wants your picture framing:
131S-1320 Third avenue.
It's not all in fitting glasses. J. Ram
scr fits the face as well.
Carving sets, fruit knives and nut
pick sets at J. Ramser's.
A fine line of carving sets at Rock
Island Hardware company.
Sweet cider, the pure, unadulterated
apple juice, at Passig Bros'.
Order your Thanksgiving poultry
now at II. Tremann's Sons'.
If you enjoy deiiciou?, crispy, brown
pancakes, try Mrs. Austin's.
A complete line of domestic and im
ported cheeses at Passig Bros'.
Turkeys, geese, ducks, and chickens,
nicely dressed, at Passig Bros'.
Mammoth olives in bulk at Tassig
Bros". New barrel just opened.
Carvers, all kinds and prices at the
Rock Island Hardware company.
Koch grinds carvers, butcher knives
nd house shears. Market square.
Ask your grocer for Mrs. Austin's
pancake flour. Fresh and delicious.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 1526-152S Fourth avenue.
Ask your neighbor about Ramser's
spectacles. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
Jyeing. Panitorium, 1909 Second ave-
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Da
vid Booth of 817 Second avenue yes
terday. Lewis' Single Binder the famous
straight 5 cent cigar, always best
See the star in "Forty Years of Free
dom," Nov. 27, at Turner hall. Aunt
The easiest way to prepare a quick
breakfast is to use Mrs. Austin's pan
Everything in the drug line. William
Ullemeyer's Long View drug store.
Don't put off any longer. Go to the
great adjustment sale at Ullemeyer &
See Elder Jonah at Turner hall Nov.
27, in "Forty Years of Freedom." Ad
mission, 25 cents.
E. B. McKown has received a new
supply of Pocahontas coal. There is
nothing better for furnaces.
II. Tremann's Sons will have a fine
display of dressed turkeys, geese,
ducks and chickens for Thanksgiving.
The Ullemeyer & Sterling ad indi
cates that the great adjustment sale is
nearing the end. Better get a hustle.
The O. E. S. Sewing society will'
meet tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
for an all day meeting at the Masonic
Have you tried that fine Milwaukee
sausage yet? Don't put it off any long
er. Frtsh shipment just received. Pas
You should have some wine Thanks
giving day. Simon Iewii retail de
partment is well prepared to take care
of your needs.
No matter what prices others may
quote on turkeys, geese, ducks and
chickens, call at Schrocder's Twentieth
Finest sweet cider apples, raisins,
currants and spices for your Thanks
giving mince meat pies, all freshest
stock at Kuschmann's.
High grado plain taffeta silks, alf
colors and black. 7f and So cent value?
in the great silk trade event at Mc
Cabe's, 19 cents a yard.
Attend the annual dance given b
I. M. IT. No. 2:10 at Industrial hall
Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 2S. Bleuer's
orchestra. Tickets, r0 cents.
Prosperity camp, R. N. of A., will
give a card party at Odd Fellows hall
Tuesday evening, Nov. 27. Admission.
15 cents. All are cordially invited.
The big silk trade event at McCaoe's
is indeed an event to be remembered.
ii you were not mere today you
shouldn't miss tomorrow or next day
Simon Lewis again makes his offer
this season of a bottle of fine wine
free with each dollar purchase. Call
and see his fine display of bottled
Evangelist Mrs. Wood worth - Et ter
tiocK Island. !tu
In the new modes of hair
dressing combs play an import
ant role. Puffs, weaves and
curls, have given the designers
of combs a wide field for elabo
ration. We have some very pretty
styles including rhine stones,
turquoise, jade, amethyst, and
pearl ornamentation with a price
range of $1.50 to $5.00. Come
in to see them.
Rocw Island. I u.
'They don't crack so quick."
Made with LINOCORD"
buttonholes that hold.
H sizes if you want them.
2 for 25 cents.
GEO. P. IDE & CO., Makers
TROY. N. Y.
will hold meetings commencing Thurs
day. Nov. 29, at coiner of Third street
and Fourth avenue, Moline, afternoon
Some people say that Thanksgiving
day means turkey. The Rock Island
Hardware company says that turkey
means carving sets. We have the fin
est line in town.
As usual at this season of the yl-ac
Passig Bros', windows will be filled
with the choicest fruits and everything
in the line of vegetables that the mar
ket affords. Order there.
Plain colored Sappho silks and peau
ilo rvirnes resrular $1 Ofl vnliis. 27-
nich fancy silks wortn o cents to
$1.23 all in the big trade event at 49
cents the yard at McCabe's.
A meeting of all membefs and all
others interested in the Associated
Chanties is called for tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the oifice of J. V.
Stewart. 1S07 Second avenue.
As usual Sehroeder s market on
Twentieth street will be the mecca for
all poultry buyers and large shipments
of choice iHultry were arriving every
hour today. When you buy go to head
quarters. Mrs. S. Borden, an evangelist of Chi
cago, who is assisting Rev. O. C. Ma
son of the McKinley Baptist church,
delivered a powerful sermon yesterday
at the church. Mrs. Borden will
preach again next Sunday.
The Mueller Lumber company just
received some big chunk LaSalle, the
original Third vein coal which they
are selling at living prices to any part
of the city. A saving to you of C3
cents on every ton if taken from the
The Model Sewing society of the Mc
Kinley Baptist church, will give a
play, "Forty Years of Freedom," at
Turner hall tomorrow evening. Re
hearsals have been in progress for
some time and an entertainment of
merit is assured.
Saturday a number of those interest
ed in the Green river drainage case
now being tried in the county court at
Cambridge, together with several of the
jurors in the case, went over the land
involved in the suit, passing through
Rack Island Saturday afternoon.
Don't miss the professional rare
Monday night between Davidson, the
champion skater against the best three
skaters of the tri-cities. Wednesday
the management will give souvenirs in
honor of Thanksgiving. Skating morn
ing, afternoon and evening Thursday.
Music by the Williamscn brass band
afternoon and evening.
The stage of water was (J.oo
a. m., and 0.10 at noon.
No important changes in the Mi
sissippi will occur between Dubuque
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster
Finest oysters and clams served on
the half shell at the Cross Country
buffet. Rock Island, the only place in
the three cities where oysters are
served in New York style. Private
dining room for parties.
Opening lunch at Down Town inn
Thanksgiving eve. Charles Thomas,
Ferry Robinson Out.
The ferry T. J. Robinson came off
the ways today and superseded the
Davenport in the Rock Island-Davenport
trade. The Robinson has been
remodeled to accommodate teams as
well as passengers. The other boat
will ateniate with the Robinson later.
H3ppy For tife.
Great happiness came into the home
of S. C. Hlair, school superintendent, at
St. Albans, W. Va., when his little
daughter was restored from the dread
ful complaint he names. He says: "My
little daughter had St. Vitas' dance,
which yielded to no treatment but grew
steadiiy worse until as a last resort we
tried Electric Bitters: and 1 rejoice
to sny, three bottles effected a com
plete cure." Quick sure cure for ner
vous; complaints, general debility, fe
male weaknesses, impoverished blood
and. malaria. Guaranteed by V. T.
Hartz, druggist. Price, oo cents.
j For Store
I THE PLSCE TO
of all GIFTS.
As surely as children learn to speak
the language of their parents, so surely
will Rocky Mountain Tea make them
wojl and keep them well. Tea or Ta')
lets, S3 cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Babies' health depends upon babies'
food. Hollistrr's Rocky Mountain Tea
is the best baby medicine known to
loving mothers. Tea or Tablets, 23
cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
All the news
all the time THE
A Year of Blood.
The year I90: will long be remember.
ed in the home of F. N. Tacket of Al
liance, Ky., as a year of bloo'l, which
flowed so copiously from Mr. Tacket's
lungs that death seemed very near.
He writes: "Severe bleeding from the
lungs and a frightful cough had brought
me at death's door, when I began tak
ing Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, with the astonishing result
that after taking four bottles I was
completely restored and as time has
proven permantly cured." Guaranteed
for sore lungs, coughs and. colds, at
W. T. Hartz's drug store. Price, 50
cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich
mond, Va., says: "I had a fearful at
tack of sciatic rheumatism; was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. This cured me after doctors'
prescriptions had failed to have any
effect. I have also heard of fine results
from others who have used it." Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue,
Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220
West Second street. Davenport.
All the news all the timer The Argus.
Your dinner wi!l certainly be
complete for that day by order
ing your frozen dainties, assort
ed cakes, and candies at Math'.
Look over our list which is
only part of the many flavors
Vanilla, peach, Neapolitan,
strawberry, pineapple, orange,
New York, apricot, raspberry,
bisque, lemon, banana, choco
late, harlequin. Delmonica.
Cherry, strawberry, Catawba,
lemon, apricot, pineapple, peach,
Sherberts, frozen fruits, froz
en punches, frozen pudding and
glacaes of many flavors. P'ease
' give us your order early, and
assure prompt service.
1716 Second Avcnuo 8
?J Both Phone. 9j
Ladies & Men's
x 1619 Second Avenue.
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