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Lucky Strike For Us. Lucky Purchase For You
A, manufacturer, hard pressed for money, had to sell his stock quickly to get the ready cash. We pur
chased way under price about 200 fine Mens tailored Suits worth $18 to $22.50,
in all the latest styles and colorings. YOUR CHOICE OF THE LOT FOR . . .
Extraordinary values. Better get in on this. First come, first served. YOU KNOW US.
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CAST FOR DRAMA
L'st of Characters for "The
Cricket on the Hearth"
MAMr will take part
Entertainment Will Be Given at the
- Y. M. C. A. Dec. 5 Creditable
Play is Expected.
The cast of characters for the
"Cricket on the Hearth," to be given
in. the Y. M. C. ' A. auditorium, Dec. 5,
has been complete.!. Rehearsals are
being held frequently and a very cred
itable presentation of the play can be
expected. Miss Iva Peaice has had
charge of the preparations and the
members of the cast have been prac
ticing the parts under her careful di
rection for three weeks.
A l.nrt- CaMt.
A large number will present the
play, the cast being as follows:
John Perrybingle, a carrier
Mr. Tackleton. a toy maker ."Will Robb
Caleb I'lumnier, hi3 man
Dr. U. M. Pearce
Old gentleman R. H. Hoffman
Dot's father W. E. Caulpetzer
Dot Miss Jennie Collins
1'ertha, a blind girl '.
Miss Becyle Tltterington
Mrs. Fielding Mrs. J. F. Witter
Miss Amy E. Henderson
- loot's mother Miss Gertrude Housel
HpMof the Cricket
- . . . 7. . Miss Em ma Gobel
May Fielding; . .'Mrs.. Frances Corcoran
A Little John Ferrybingle
Master Wallace Howard
A very Little Tillie Slowboy..
A very Little Dot Alice Journey
Mildred Dorman, Ruth Richards,
Margaret Ohlweiler, Cheral Paul
sen, Myrtle We'ssel, Marion
Franks, May Willhite, Hazel
Strecker. Cliarlotte Carnedy, Lillis?
Wilson, Dorothy Lambert, Flor
ence Peterson. Ethel Lindorff.
GO BEFORE BOARD
Officers Who Failed to Prove
COLONEL HOBBS IS ONE
Fill the Tank
with gasolene if you want the
motor-car to go. The oil sup
plies the power that makes the
wheels turn round.
The human machine is set in
motion in the same way by
Folks are like motor-cars. At
times they get run down.
Scorn Emulsion is full of power.
It not only produces flesh but
gives new power to weak bodies.
All DnifgUU; 50c and $1.00.
Not only sell the best Teas and
Coffees In the city, but make a
specialty of Haviland. Austrian
China, Crockery and Glassware.
. GET'OpR PRICES BEFORE
1818-1820 THIRD AVH.
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The following list of new books lias
been received at the public library
and will be ready for circulation to
morrow morning: , -
Reed Anthony, Cowman Andy Ad
Cities of Belgium Orant AJlen.
The Militants Mrs. M. H. S. An
drews. " 4
GiiRhild. a Norwegian-American Epi
sode D. F. Canfield.
Arethusa F. M. Crawford.
National Problems (American Na
tion) D. It. Dewey.
The Chemistry of Commerce R. K.
Fiugespost to Children's Reading
V. T. Field.
Susan Clegg and a Man In the House
Mrs. A. W. French.
Quiet Talks About Jesus S. D. Gor
When America Was New Tudor
History of the United States for
Schools Alexander Johnson.
Those Queer Browns Mrs. F. M.
History of the United States J. N.
The Close of the Middle Ages
The Mac Whirter Sketch Book-
John Mac Whirter. ,
Abbie Ann G. "M. Martin.'
Rambles and Studies in Greece J.
Mediaeval and Modern History P.
V. Myers. '
The Long Road-Jobn Oxenham.
Under the Crust T. N. Ra-ge.
Greater English Poets at the- Nine
teenth Qentury W. M. Payne.
Shakespeare W. A. Raleigh. "
The Good Comrade U. L. Silbcrrad.
Aspects of Child Life and Educatioh
T. L. Smith.
National Development. - (American
Nation V. 23) E. E. Sparks.
The Speaker, a quarterly magazine
of successful readings, V. 1.
That Affair at Elizabeth B. E.
A History of Architecture V. 1
Walled in E. S. P. Ward.
The Negro in the '"South B. T.
Railroad Construction W. L. Webb.
Economic Theory of the Location of
Railways A. M. Wellington.
The Fruit of the Tree Mrs. Edith
The France of Today Barrett Wen
dell. . '
The Old Peabody Pew K.
A Handbook. of the Philippines H.
M. Wrigjit. . : - .
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN.
Friends and Cousins A. F. Brown.
Mr. Tuckerman's Ni6ces H. D.
Russian Fairy Book N. H. Dole.
A Little Girl in Old, Baltimore A.
M. Douglas. " " '
Captain June Mrs. A. C. H. Rice.
Four boys in the Land-of Cotton
E. T. Tomlinson.
Patty in Paris Carolyn Wells.
Arsenal Commandant Included in
Ordered to Report Several Are
Not to . Be Let Out. ,
v J .
In the New York Evening Post of a
recent date it is stated that there is
fresh evidence of war department or
presidential vacillation in the matter
of army equestrianism, in orders to 12
officers who' did not take the ride at
Chicago recently, including Colonel
Frank" E. Hobbs, commandant of Rock
Island arsenal, to appear before the
retiring board at Washington. The 12
20; corn, 161; oats. SG; hogs, 12,000.
Hog market opened dull. Hogs left
over, 9.S00. Light, $4.35 4.80; mixed
and butchers, $4.404.85; good heavy,
$4.35f?4.85: rough heavy, $4.354.45.
Cattle market opened strong.
Sheep market opened strong.
Hog market closed 20W:!0 cents
lower.. Light. $4. loft 4. CO; mixed and
butcUQis,.$4.15(?4.r,5; good heavy. $1.10
4.C0; 'rough heavy, f4.10W4.25.
Cattle triarke't steady. Beeves, $3.25
(ftti.40; cows and heifers, $1.15(?n.75;
stockers and feeders, $2.25 If 4.35.
Sheep market closed strong.
Liverpool opining caoles Wheat
to lower cornf,j "lower.
Liverpool .dosed Wheat lower
to Vs higher, corn V2 to lower.
. Northwestern receipts. Minneapolis
Today, . 2l-.G; last week. 1!; last
year. -311. Duhith Today. 233; last
week, 233; last. year. 1ST. !
WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAYS
Missouri Pacific 5(. G. W. 7',,. L. &
N. 87, Smelters CP. C. F. I. 15.
Canadian Pacific 141'4. Illinois Cen
tral 117, Penna 107. Erie 12,, C. &
O. 24, B. R. T. 28', B. & O. 77. Atch
ison CTVs, Locomotive 34, Sugar lOl'i.
St. Paul 958. Copper 4f., Republic
Steel common 134. Southern Ry. 10i.
New York Stocks.
New York, Ndv. 22. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Gas 72, U. P. 109',. U. S. Steel pre
ferred 80, IT. S. Steel common 22,
officers ordered before the retiring, Reaiing 79 Uock isian,i preferred
board are Colonel James N. Marshall, ; 2GU. R,x.k Island common 1PA. South-
assistant quartermaster general; Colo- j Crn . pacific CG'4, N. Y. Central 92,
net H. Is. Harris, coast artillery corps;
Colonel W. L. Marshall, corps of en
gineers; Lieutenant Colonel W. W.
Robinson, Jr., deputy quartermaster
general ; Lieutenant Colonel W. T.' Rus
sell, corps of engineers; Lieutenant
Colonel F. E. Hobbs, Rock Island ar
senal; Majors John T. French, Jr.,
tiuaitermaster; James G. Warren, corps
of engineers; George Palmer, 21st in
fantry; Harry W. Hallock, surgeon;
Joseph T. Crabbs, quartermaster, and
Zeltiilon B. Vance, 5th infantry, .
Itrlirriiirnt I'nllkei.v. -
It is understood that the retiring
board lias been given a tip that medi
cal, engineering, and other technical
officers are. not to be retired because
of their inability to ride. This is tak
en to include such officers as Colonel
Hobbs, and those whose duties are in
lines which do not make it at all nec
essary for tjiem to know how to ride,
or to be able to ride a whole day.
Not l'opntnr Orrirr.
When the order to take the riding
test was issued a general complaint
was made by such officers as are as
signed to duty in the manufacturing,
engineering and medical departments,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provision, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Nov. 22. Following are
the wholesale quotations on the market
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, S to
9c per lb.; hens, per lb., 8c; ducks,
per pound. 9c tq 10c; turkeys, per
pound, 14c to 15c; geese, per iiound, 9c
Butter Dairy 22c23c.
55 to GOc.
Hogs $4.00 to $4.C0.
"iOc; , onions,
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
and in the construction1 work of the $5 lambs- -50 t0 C-75-
coast artillery-. , Several other o;ficers u.e-eers, -o" ui o.au. tu
c , .v . 'and heifers. S2 tn S4: calves. S4.50 to
Fed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, new 50, old C5c; oats,
48. to 50c.
Forag Timothy, fllJ13.Q0;
prairie, clover, $10$ll;
straw, $6. ' .
Wood Hard, per loai $5 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; slack
per bushel, 7 to 8c.
from Rock Island arsenal went ti Chi
cago, and took. the test. , " .
THE MARKET'S. J
ChicagoNov. 22. Following are the'
market quotations today:
December, 90, 91, S9, 90'4. .
May, 10C.-101, 99r 99Va. .
Jwly. 95r9G, 94, 95. ,
December. 54Vi. 54. 52V4, 52.
May. 55.. 55, 54, 54.
July 55. 55, 53, 54.
December, 45, 45, 44, 45.
May, 49. 49, 4S. 48..
July, 44, 45, 44, 44.
Pork. . ' '"
JanuaPi-; 12.40, 12.40, 12.17, 12.17.
May. 12.75, 12.75, 12.47, 12.47.
January. 7.C5. 7.C5. V.47. f.47.
May, 7.C5, 7.G5, 7.50, 7.52 - -Ribs.
January, C.C7 G.72, G.52, G.52.
May, G.82, G.85, G.V0, G.70.
Meat Market Proprietors Agree tJ
Shut' Up Shops.
All meat markets east of Twentie'.n
street will be closed all day Sunday?
from Oct. 1 to May 1.
I Bank on This
.When you buy from us you
save money. You get the best
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Siul; oraokers, best quality,
I pounds l."e
SiiKiir. Kranulati'd. 19
Hrirk t-tn-ese, xtra tin,
Sweet pickles, per
I 1 1 1 pickles, home made, "
Sauer kraut, silver thread.
xtr:i cure, 2 quarts
Baked beans, in tomato
aHee, X cans
Sugar corn, Kod quality.
Salinon. dark red tall cans,
New- dates, pound liio or
Also the finest line of new rais
ins, currents, citron, lemon and
.iranpe peel, sweet eider, and the
purest spices for your mincemeat
md fruit cakes. l'lione us your
F. R. Kuschmann,
Roth phones. 2207 Fourth avenue.
US' 1 I MtrfflL lfl
A WEAR STYLISH CLOTHES
Come here to the store of the Leading Credit Clothiers
in the world and buy all the clothing you want so that
you can be dressed in proper style on Thanksgiving.. Day.
Never mind the money corne and get the clothes now
your promise to pay is good enough for us. Pay after
Thanksgiving surely you can spare $1.00 a week. 73
storqc factory to wearer.
Smart Fall Coa(s
No better values in Ladies and Misies
Coats can be found in town. All prevailing
colors all New Styles all lengthr.. I'ay in
. convenieut payments.
SIO to $30
FURS ON CREDIT
Receipts today: Wheat. 21; corn,
222; oats. 11C; hogs. 20,000; cattle,
4,000t sheep, 8,000, "
Estimated receipts Saturday: .wVeat
Brick Building For Sale.
Sealed bids will be received tip to
12 o'clock noon Tuesday, Nov. 2G, 1907,
for the brick building located at 3fG
and 318 Sixteenth street.
The condition of" the sale is that the
building and all material and debris
be cleared off, leaving the lot free for
excavation, bv Saturday, Dec. 7, 1907
Separate bids will also be received
up to same date for the coal houses
and fence on the premises.
Right Is reserved to reject any .nd
Mark envelopes: "Bid for Build
ings on Modern Woodman Lot," and
arldress same to C. W. HAWES,
Head Clerk, M. W. A.,
Rock, Island, 111
All the news alLthe time The Argus.
GOOD THINGS FOR THANKS
GIVING Are innumerable, but there are
none better among the good
things to drink than our carbon,
ated beverages, as many who
use them can testify. The great
est possible care is exercised in
their, manufacture, so that they
can be absolutely relied upon as
being pure and healthful, while
their extremely One and delic
ious flavor is unsurpassed. r
iarse & Ohlweiler
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sio to s;jo
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Overcoat time is here an J you will go a long
way before you can match our qilality or price.
Splendid Overcoats of warm all-wool ma
tt ii.il lor Men and Youths -liary Terms.
$10 to $25
Men's Suits SIO to $25
Boys' 12 Piece Suits S2.50toS(i
Men's Raincoa s SIO to SliO
Boys" Overcoats S3 t'- SI G
$1.75 to $ 4
1172 W. 2d Street,
1 Car. Eleventh St and Fifth Ave.
Old phone wect 14, new phone
It's Easy to Pay, the "Tri-City" Way.
We loan money on chattels of every description. Easy, weekly" or
monthly payments. Positively no publicity. $1.?0 per week pays back
a 50.00 loan. Loans taken iip from other companies. Liberal rebates
when paid before due.
Old Phone N. 2425.
219 Brady St, Davenport, la.
Reliable Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights. Private.
TRI-CITY LOAN CO..
ROCK ISLAND SA VINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL, - ,
Incorporated Umdtr the State Law. 4 Tn Oat Iatereat Paid a Deaaslta. '
Money Loaned on Personal, Collateral or Real Estate Security.
OFFICERS DIRECTORS v
H. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.' x
R. R, Cable, p. Greenawalt
William H. Dart, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, L. Simon,
R W. Hurst . H- S. Cable.
Began the business July 1570
and occupies S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde building. . Solicitors Jackion ft Hnrat