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TMM ;RQK': ISL A ND A R GUS
KltlDAY. JANUARY 24. 1908.
Partly cloudy tonight nnd Saturday;
mrnifr ' toulsht. The lowmt trinprrn
ture tonight will be nbout 25 degrrrri
J.. M. SlIEHIEIl, Local Forecaster.
-Temperature at 7 n. in., H; at 3:1.0
p. n., SO. Maximum temperature In Innt
21 hour, 21 1 mini mum, . Velocity of
Mind at 7 n. m., 0 mile per buiir. Stnite
of water. 2.7 feet, a Hue of A foot In
last 21 hour. Precipitation, none.
jan. 24 In rnst.cr.?.
1731 Benjamin, Lincoln. American Revolu
tionary Roneral. born In Hingham,
MnSS.: 114 there 1810. '
18S3 Frederick FerUlnand Flotcw. com
poser cf "Martha" nnd several popu
lar operas, died: born lSIf.'
1901 Albert Edward, prince of Wales,
fomierlv prorlnlmcrl kins of England
with the ttMc Edward VII.
1907 General Russell A. Alger. United
State senator from Michigan, promi
nent Federal general nnd former seo
retary of,, war, died In Washington;
Tonight and Tomorrow Morning.
Sun sets, 5:04; rises. 7:12. Moon rises.
10:56 p. m. Moon'a age, 21 days. '
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
tfuy a home of Reidy Bros.
Me to Jones for a cheap stovo.
Furs half price. The Mill Store
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Real bargains at The Mill Store.
Sealshipt oysters at Battles & Co.
Shoe sale. Island City shoo store.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Big shoe sale. Island City shoe
Mixed slack coal ?1.20 per ton at
Pork cuts of all kinds cheap at
Men's shoes, $1.73 values only $1.39.
The Mill Store.
Attend the clearing shoe sale. Island
City shoe store.
Look for the yellow hand bills. Island
City shoe store.
Pork, pork, all kinds of pork cheap
at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Fresh dressed turkeys and chickens
at H. Tremann's Sons'.
Bulk and canned, oysters and celery
at H. Tremann's Sons'.
Nothing so cheap for a good, whole
some,' hearty breakfast, as Mrs. Aus
tin's pancake flour!" "At all grocers.
Fancy Klondike strawberries at H.
R. Battles & Co. tomorrow. '
Fancy Klondike strawberries at H
R. Battles & Co. tomorrow. .
Insure with J. L. Freeman. First
class companies represented. '
Coarse screenings from Springfield
mine $2 per toil at Mueller's. -:
Nut and egg coal mixed,' $2.75 pe:
ton at Mueller Lumber company's.
' Let Krell,& Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; 131G Third. avenue.
Nicely, dressed chickens at Cole
man's market, 151? Second avenue.
Saturday last day of the January,
clearance sale. You'ugx& McCombs.
A complete display of fresh vegeta
bles at .Clement & Diedrich's tomorrow.
Special prices at the Packing Hous'j
market; pork loins 8 cents per pound,
Order some of that fine Milwaukee
sausage at H. R. Battles & Co. tomor
row. Lewis' Single Binder, the famous
straight 5 cent cigar annual sale 9,
OOtO.OOO. "" " "
For an early breakfast, take home
Mrs. Austin's pancake flour. Ready In
Best calico, blues, greys, blacks and
cardinals, 5 cents per yard. The
Mill Store. " -
Club House brand of fancy sifted
peas cents per can at H. R. Bat
tles & Co.
I defy you to beat my prices on all
kinds of stoves. Jones, the second
hand man.' ,
Springfield nut and egg coal, best in
the market, for ranges and furnaces at
Don't shiver yourself into sickness;
take your small change to Jones and
get a stove.
Only one day more for double
stamps. January clearance sale. Young
Carnation coffee, the finest package
coffee, IS cents per pound at H. R.
Battles & Co.
Thirty-three and one-third per cent
discount on fancy china and glass
ware. The Mill Store.
Choice three inch coarse screenings
from Springfield mines, $2.50 per ton,
delivered at McKown's.
Connelly & Connelly have moved
their law offices to suite 311, Peoples
National Bank building.
Port tenderloin, leaf lard, spare ribs,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. fUZ&it2&
Specials for Saturday
"VOMEN'S Sabelline Cluster Scarfs, nice and full fur, 6 tails,
Saturday at 3 o'clock 79c apiece, 79c.
Women's Tennis Flannel Gowns,tfancy stripe tennis, 1.25 values,
all day Saturday 75c.
Spool Silk, 100 yards, all colors and black, per spool 5c.
Graduated Pearl Bead Necklaces, worth 25c. for 10c each, 10c.
Fine 50c Morocco Leather Belts, -all colors, stylish narrow styles,
at half 25C ;
Clean-up of fancy metal back Shell Combs, 25c, and 50c values,
quick, only 16c.
Children's silk side Elastics, pink and blue at 10c.
The famous Levy's La Blanche Face Powder. 50c size 29c.
i 000 yards of Ribbon, plain cofors, black, plaids and floral de
signs, worth up to 32c yard. Saturday 15c yard.
800 yards plain color Chambray Ginghams, mostly b'.iles, regu'ar
li-c values, all day, 7 4 c yard. '
All linen full bleach Table Damask. Saturday all day. yard 42 C.
Gcod size heavy dice Napkins, Saturday 58c per dozen.
Preston's braided wire Carpet Beaters, special Saturday each 10c.
French wire Raft Traps, usually sell at 50c, Saturday, each 33c.
10 quart galvanized iron Water Buckets. Saturday each 1 4c.
Black Silk Stove Polish, special Saturday. 7c.
The Lindsay Air Light Gas Burners, complete, Saturday 69c.
Perforated Chair Seats, all sizss. worth 10c. Saturday each 5c.
Best gold filled Baby Signet Bracelets, regular 1 .00 value. Satur
day 58c. . s
Remnants Linoleum, values up to 53c, 35c a yard.
25c Stair Carpet, 15c yard.
Solid Oak Dresser, shapsd top with 2 large and 2 small drawers
and French bevel mirror, $7.5D. ' .
2:30 p. m. 1000 yards Fleeced Flannelettes in dajntiest colors and
designs, full pieces, not short lengths. 2c and 15c ones, all at 5cyd.
18 and 20 Inch all-linen hemstitched and stamped Center Pieces,
50c Is the regular price, at 3 o'clock p. m'..'25.C.
Warm fleeced Sheet Blankets, white and gray, 1.00 values, while
80 pairs last, pair 59c.
600 yards fancy colored Curtain Swiss, the 15c kind, yard 9c.
Men's "Monarch" brand fancy Dress Shirts, 1.00 lines, all day 58c.
Children's white and fancy colored Worsted Sweaters! slightly
soiled, worth up to 1.47, while they last. 63c.
Children's small size fleece lined Vests and Drawers, grab quick
while they last, 9c.
1.35 Comforters, extra well filled, both sides covered wjth figured
cloth, just 24 of these at 95c.
7:30 p. m. Men's !8c half wool socks, per pair 9c.
Saturday Evening, January 25, 1908
1. March 'THE CAVALIER"
2. Selection-'THE ISLE OF BONG BONG" ...
3. Characteristic-" YANKEE SHUFFLE"
4. Novelette' 'DREAM OF THE VIOLETS". ..... . . . . . .
5. Waits from "THE. MERRY WIDOW".... ..
6. Intermezzo "FANELLA".
7. Selection-"MLLE M,ODlSTE"
8. Medley "MARIUTCH"
9. Walt2"SCH00L DAYS":....
10. Selection-'THE SPRING CHICKEN"...
11. Mazurka "IN A SYLVAN VALE"................"...
12.'March-"ROSE OF TH ALB A M B RA' ' . .V
neclc bones, pork trimmings, drersed
pigs feet." hearts and livers at H. Tre
Calumet, the leading fire insurance
company of Illinois. J. L. Freeman,
1712'&- Second avenue, local agent.
"H. R, Battles &t Co. will have every
thing in the line of fresh fruits and
vegetables tomorrow. Order there.
Save money by buying your poultry;
and fresh meat at the S?venteenthj
Street Cash store, Maucker building. . I
, Dressed .chickens and ducks 12
cents a pound and dressed geese 11 j
cents a pound at , the Seventeenth
Street Cash store. ., " ' .
Nicely dressed, ducks, geese and
chickens and a full line of fresh meats
at popular prices at the Seventeenth
Street Cash store.
Blankets and horse covers cf all
kinds will sell at cost. A good variety
of all kinds.-'- Call at Stockham's, 220
TradeSatnrday and take advantage
of the big discounts on china, cut
glass, clocks, waists and wall paper.
Young & McCombs.
Never was the price of dress goods
and silks so low and the quality so
high as now. . Saturday last day of the
big sale. Young & McCombs.
Pupils wishing to be tutored in high
school studies or graded work can get
further information regarding same by
calling at 712 Seventeenth street.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi; 730 Sev
enteenth stree. Old phone west 78G-K.
Special prises at the Packing House
market; pok loins 8 cents per pound.
Boston butts, 8 cents per pound,
shoulder ribs, 3 cents per pound, beef
rib roast 10 cents per pound, fresh
dressed young chickens 12 cents per
Coal without slack and without
coarse screenings, to make room for
incoming cement, will offer for sale
all day Saturday and Monday, Silver
Creek coal at $3 per ton delivered in
two ton lots or more. This is the
best bargain Mueller Lumber company
A change, which became effective
this week, transfers C. E. Dormai;.
fotmerly local inspector for Ham
mond Packing .company' with head
quarters in this city, to Pittsburg, Pa..
where he takes the office of manager.
The change is a distinct promotion.
given him as a result of faithful work
during the two years he was employed
here. He departed Wednesday for his
new home, and his family is preparing
to take up their home in Pittsburg.-
; : L
ERMAN COUNT TO PRISON
Sentence for Man Mentioned in Von
Potsdam, Jan. 24. The military
court , of honor ordered by Emperor
William to try General Count ' von
Hohenau, formerly an adjutant to the
emperor and commander of the guard
corps, and Major Count Johannes Ly
nar completed its hearing yesterday.
Count Lynar was found guilty of
abusing his authority on six counts.
four of which related to insults to
subordinates, and on five other counts
charging moral lapses, and was sen
tenced to 15 months in jail. Count
von Hohenau was acquitted. Hohenau
a short time ago was obliged to re
sign, his position in the army because
he was accused of being one of the so
called "court camarilla" exposed by
Herr Harden, editor of the ZiUviinft.
The names of both General von Ho
henau and Major Lynar were brought
constantly into the testimony during
the recent Harden-Von Moltke trial.
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8 8 8 8 8
Saturday is Demonstration Day.
We have just received a large as
sortment of In-er-Seal trade mark
goods from the National Biscuit com
pany, who will send a demonstrator to
our store tomorrow to demonstrate
the cleanliness, goodness, crispness
and superior quality of these goods,
and you will have an opportunity of
sampling new products.
You and your friends are cordially
invited. - LARSON & LARSON,
Corner Seventh avenue and Fif
Everything We say 8 8 8 8 8, but of course there are more. Not a few spe-
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cial items, but everything in this big store at big reductionsevery
day infthe year a bargain day herejust now everything at prices that
convince you of the unequaled value giving here better clothes for
IMoney Saver less,-real money savers.
Money Savers in Suits and Overcoats
Very Much Alike.
"See here. Tat," said bis employer,
'Mlln'f .'fall m, th.f n.l . . .......
out west the Indians scalped you? And 1
now you have your hat off I see you
nave an extraordinary quantity or
hair! You certainly told me so, jjjdn't
"Oi did, sor," answered Pat, "but OI
bear In moind now that It -was me
hrudder Moike. It's thot much we lje
aloike that Oi think Oi'm Moike an'
Moike be nie." New York Times.
A man shoves past a woman on
staircase or he leaves her standing
while he sits. lie comes into a crowd
ed public room with liis hat on autU
talks. loud)y as if, all the place belong
ed to him. Ills womankind do the
same. At presebt the workingman has"
the best manners, the middle class the
worst Lady Violet Grerllle" in Lon-'
Jon Graphic. I
' The Change.
; 'Tou don't love, me as you used to,"
declared the termagant wife. "Before
we were married you considered me
absolutely perfect" ; v - ; - - ;-;
; "Yes," interrupted the downtrodden
husband, "but now you're perfectly ab
solute." Philadelphia Press. , -
$12.50 Suits now
15.00 Suits now
20.00 Suits now
25.00 Suits- now
$32.00 Overcoats now
25.00 Overcoats now
22.00 Overcoats now
io."" overcoats now
Trousers Money Savers.
$7.00 Pants .'. $5.95
$5.00 Pants ' : :.'.. $4.25
$3.50 Pants $2.95
$3.00 Pants $2.55
$2.50 Pants , $2.12
$1.95 Pants $1-66
$1.50 Pants $1.10
. . Circumstantial; Evidence. ,
A Mrs. Coburggec-It Isn't " right to
charfee4 Freddie, with taking that mon
ey but of yonr pocket. Why, don't you
accuse Die? Coburgger Because it
wasn't all taken. Harper's Weekly.
Duck Coats 25 'Off
$1.00 Duck Coats..... 75c
$1.50 Duck Coats.... v $1.13
$2.00 Duck Coats $L48
$2L50 Puck Coats. I $1.89
$3.50 Duck Coats $2.63
' Knee Pants
' 50c Knee Pants 33c
75c Knee Pants... 63c
$1UJ0 Knee .Pants.. .'. 79c
$1.25 Knee Pants 98c -
75c Flannel Blouses........'. .;.". 43c
- 50c Fjlannel Blouses .vr 33c
50c Mufflers . .
$1.50 Jackets .
$2.50 Jackets ,
$3.50 Jackets ".
25 and 53 Pi r ( mm
Combined Neck ana
...50 per cent off
$Z50 Flannel Shirts. ... .$1.98.
$1.50 Flannel Srihts....... .... $1.23
' $1.00 Flannel Shirts V.'l . . I ..'..4 .. . .' ...... 89c -
- r J-
5uc gaps . J .... 39c
75c Caps.. ..4..;..... ....... 58c
1 on rim . r'.l on.