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TOE . ROOK- USE AND ARGUS
FRIDAY, MAY 1.' 1908.
THE WE A TILER.
1 1.,ir w. . in: -L -. " nn'
Fair tonight and aurdayf eaatlaaed
tool nltk. front tonight. V
J. M. MUSHIER, Loral Forecaster.
; Temperature at 7 a. in. 415 j at Jli3 p.
: M. Rff. '" Maximum temperature In laat
24 bourn S2' minimum 42. Velocity of
wind at T a. m. ft mllea per hour. Stage
of water 7 feet, a fall of .1 foot la laat
24 hour. Precipitation trace.
May 1 . In History. .
1C2S Panililo tie Narvnes discovered
, buy of IVnsncola. Fl.i. ": ,
lt!00 Munkucbj-. the 'celebrated ijuo:
gailaJi in later, died: born 1S44.
1004 Autouia Dvorak., noted Bohemt
. . un musical -composer., well known
in America.' died: 'born '1841'.' ; ,
Sun seta C:32, rlaes 4:53: moon sets
8:t!0 p. m.; mown nt 'greatest libration
wetj outlook Tor May, .1!KJ8 constella
tions visible '8:30 p. in.; overhead.
Cones VeuatleU Leo Minor; north,
Ursa Minor, Ursa Major, Cassiopeia,
Cepheus; northeast, Lyra, Hercules,
Corona Borealia. Bootes; east, Ophiu
chus, Serpens, Libra; southeast, Cen
taurus; south, Virgo, Leo, Corvus, Cra
ter. Hydra; southwest, Mouoeeros;
west. Cancer,' Gemini. Cauls Minor;
northwest. Lynx. Auriga. Bright stars
risible same hour rank In order of
brilliancy following each: Northeast,
Vega. C; Arcturus, 5; south, Spli-a, 15;
.Itcgulus, 19; west, Tollux. 17; Proeyon,
0; northwest. Capella. 4. riauets dur
ing May: Meivury Invisible near tha
- nun: Venus brilliant in west during
evening; Mars sets about 9:45 p. in.;
Jupiter brilliant, working westward,
Betting earlier.- from 1 a., m. to mid
night: Saturn, rooming star, rising ear
lier, from 3:45 to 1.45; Uranus and
Neptune always invisible. Sua in con
stellation Aries till 14th. tbeu Taurus.
Run's declination, 15.2 degrees north of
telestlal equator. , '
Tag day Is coming.
Look out for tag day.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
: Spring lamb at Schroeder's.
Jones for second hand goods.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Cheapest wall paper at McCabe's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz,
Kerler & Co. clean carpets and rugs.
Fancy, pineapples at H. "R. Battles
Nicely dressed spring chickens at
Black, white and the scarce browns
of Kayser's lC-button length silk
The Miu. Stofie
lo-ia 4i Ave. Sr Root nuwa. tu.
An exceptional purchase of
mohair and panama skirts to
sell at $3.35, In blue, brown,
gray and black; many In this
lot worth double the price we ),
23 to 2G Waist. 39 to
42 waist'....'. $8.35
Cleaning up of ladies' silk waists
; at ?2.25; none reserved: about
25 waists In this lot, mostly
-white, a few colors and blacks;
sizes 34 to 40; long as
they last $2.25
SOxCO Shackford Smyrna
rugs, a bargain at, each.. )5?
27x54 tapestry brussels
rugs, special at, each .... 95
Lawn mowers, at
$2.35, $2.45, $2.75, $3, $3.25, $5.00
, Garden hose at, per
' foot 9y2c, 12'2c, 17!2c
Wall paper cleaner,
Good standard corn,
Yellow Michigan peaches,
: Per can 12'2f
; Witch hazel soap, per box, '
3 bars gV
; Radish, cucumber, lettuce, beef,
carrot,, sweet pea and nas
turtium seed, per oz. .....
. Bleuer's orchestra 7 to 9.30 p.
: m. You are welcome whether
you buy or not.
The Mill Store
MRS. D. E. SCROLL
. Leading Hairdressers.
Ia the place to get a good sham
poo, facial and scalp massage,
manicuring or chiropody. :;
A full line of hair goods, nets,
etc Hair work, made to order.
Hair dressing for parties and
weddings at the ' homes if de-'
ired. Opposite Harper house.'
' Old Phon 953; .
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JL 1XJUJU withBoy'sSuit IHMffiiiK
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i low TFanf to Make a Hit
Wear one of our spring suit conservative and ex-
treme models the clothes that set the' styles and the
clothes that keep men young.
FOUR BIG SUIT SPECIALS
In the new Elephant, Tan, Blue and Brown
shades arid the always popular Blue Serge.
Four Specials; $18, $20, $22 and $25.
POPULAR LINES AT POPULAR PRICES $10 UP
The New Things in Boys wear. Suits
$2.50 to $10
gloves, $1.50 the pair Saturday at McCabe's.
Dressed spring chickens at H. Tre-
Lawn mowers are going cheap ' at
the bankrupt sale.
Genuine spring lamb. 1908. at
Plenty of fancy Klondike strawber
ries at H. R. Battles & Co.
Sell me your household goods.
Jones, second hand and loans.
Let Krell & Slemon do your furnace
and tin work; 1316 Third avenue.
A complete display of fresh fruits
and vegetables at H. R. Battles & Co.
Just received another shipment of
blood oranges at H. R. Battles & Co.
Those delicious creamed almonds.
19 cents pound Saturday at McCabe's.
Pure linen, bleached table damask
4 cents the yard Saturday at Mc
Lewis' Single Binder, the famous
straight 5 cent cigar annual sale 9,
Pure white castile soap, one pourd
bars, for 9 cents Saturday at Mc
Mueller Lumber company are agents
for genuine Pocahontas lump and dla
The cheapest place in the city to
buy lawn mowers is at the Noftsker
Beautiful carnations 29 cents dozen,
fine assorted roses 42 cents dozen,
Saturday at McCabe's.
Young plants 10 cents per dozen at
Hensley's flower store. Twentieth
street and Fourth avenue. ' ..
Fresh cut carnations 39 cents per
dozen at Hensley's flower store. Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue. "
Fine roses, sweet peas and all cut
flowers at Hensley's flower store,
Fourth avenue and Twentieth street
Those $2 Regis corsets which 'Mc
Cabe's have been selling for $1.50
one to a customer Saturday for $1.19
Those misses smart tan russia calf
oxfords ought to be $2.25, but they
are only $1.39 all day Saturday at
See A. L. Bruner for piano tunln
regulating, voicing and repairing. All
work guaranteed. 425 Nineteenth
street. New' phone 5291.
Double trading stamps Saturday at
McCabe's in the suits, skirts, coats
and wraps, women's and children's
hosiery and crockery and housefur
The will of the late Theodore Mar
shall of Port Byron) admitted to pro
bate in the county court today .by
Judge Olmsted, leaves all of ' the
(property to the wife. The will bears
date of Aug. 5, 1901.
Just received for Saturday's busi
ness two hundred new hats.. You are
certain to find something to your lik
ing here. Mrs. Amanda Hassett-Pahl,
Davenport. 107 West Second street.
See sign, take elevator. -
Rev. W.' S. VMarquls . last -evening
gave ' a talk at the Second Congrega-
tional church in Mollne on "Why I
Anita Presbyterian." The talk' was
ime of a series by trl-clty ministers
of different church denominations."
Several More Saloons Are Given New
Licenses on - Complying with
SOME UP TO MARK
AND GET PERMITS
Several additional saloon licenses
were issued today in the city clefk's
office, to saloons now established.
The permits of William Ivens and
Wallace Weigand, who conduct the
bar in . the Elks building: J. W.
Schwack, for Joseph Huber's place on
Fifth avenue; Beu Johnson, for the
saloon at Thirtieth street and Four
teenth avenue: Wiiliam Finck, for his
saloon on Fifth avenue and Twenty
sixth street; Doc Welch, for the Mecca
on Second avenue, and Byron Lukens,
for the place at 1G01 Second avenue,
have been renewed. .
In one instance the mayor has ap
proved the bond and the money has
been sent to the clerk, but the maypr
has required that certain reforms be
made before the license is Issued
The mayor is having a merry time
in his office these days. He is sought
at- all hours by liquor Interests with
one proposition and another to evade
the requirements he has made. And
the pressure that Is being brought by
the brewery and other liquor interests,
and by politicians sent by them. Is an
interesting phase of the situation.' But
little satisfaction is being had, how
ever, from, appearances.
..The mayor keeps his list of saloons
slated for discontinuance under lock,
and no one except the chief of police
has as yet seen this Interesting paper,
although certain saloons so enlisted
were mentioned In The Argus of yes
erday. One saloon keeper aDniied for per
mission to open Sundays, to sell soft
Jrinks, and several have asked that
iheir places bo opened in 'order that
workmen might make repairs. Vari
ous other schemes, have been advanc
ed, and so far all have met with a
Hat "no" from the mayor. :
CLUB TEAM WINS AGAIN
Defeat Harms Bowlers in Third Match
of a Series.-
- The Rock' Island Club team met the
Harms club again last evening at the
Rock Island Club bowling alleys "and
defeated them In totals and in games
played. This is the third series play
ed, the Rock Island Club having won
two. The scores, were as follows:
3. Hartz .122. 131 lf,3
Dr. Bickel .'.......157 151 154
V. Woltman 175 147 191
O- Liitt. Jr 141 .133 175
C. Hellpenstell....l90 147 132 4C9
' .785 712 817 2314
ROCK ISLAND CLUB TEAM.
. -.- Beer That Is Beer..i -"
If you want to drink, good beer, order
the. Davenport Malting company's pale
export. ; Delivered anywhere in jRock
Island. Both phones, north 169. ?';.
Undoubtedly we have the dir
tiest jewelry store in town (pre
vious to our removal to the
Safety building Monday night).
But everything In the cases is
clean' and spic-span, and with
prices cut on every article of
merchandise' in the store, Sat
urday should be a busy day. - -
It's' the last imo you'll ever
hear of "the little store with the
little prices.'' - V; ' '
F. W. Young .....179
H. A. J. McDonald. 138
Or. Eyster ...139
'J. R. Nourse ....184
I. E. Casteel .....153
ECHO OF STRIKE
IN EAST MOLINE
Hr Wesley Reynolds, Arrested While
Acting as Deputy Sheriff, Pleads
Guilty to Charge.
II. Wesley Reynolds this morning
plead guilty in the county court to a
charge of assault with a deadly
weapon and was fined $25 and costs.
The plea ends a very remarkable case,
and is an echo of a strike at the Root
& Vander Voort .shop nearly two
years ago. Reynolds was serving as
a deputy' sheriff when he committed
the alleged offense. He was tried,
but the court failed to provide for a
record of the evidence. One of the
jurors became separated from the oth
ers after the jury had been charged
by the court, and the result was that
a motion fur a new trial was granted
by Judge Olmsted, on these and other
grounds. The case was tried In July,
Reynolds being then found gulJty.
All the news all the . time TIIB
ARGUS. , .
r0R ILLINOIS" RESIDENTS
New York Society Planning Entertain
ment ' May 7.
The 'Araus ha3 received n lptter
from the Illinois Society of Now York
".sklng' for the names and addresses
j! former residents of Illinois In or
lear New York city, or of mothers,
vives, sisters- or sweethearts of Illi
nois residents who reside or are visit
ng in the east, the object being to
"ndeavor to secure' their presence at
in' unique entertainment for the' Illi
nois society to be held May 7. Com
munications -should ' be addressed to
Charles Elly Hall, chairman press bu
reau, 112 West Fortieth sireet, New
fork. - - -
Hearing Paving Case.,
The Sixteenth street paving case
-up again before. Judge Olmsted in
he county court; He was occupied
he greater part of the day hearing
he arguments of the attorneys for ob
ctlng . property owners and for the
;ity, ' . ...
t Five Piano Bargains.
, Do you expect -.to', start" your little
girl-, or boy in music this spring and
d- you want a first class piano at a
rare-bargain? I am going to sacrifice
Dye upright pianos if taken at once,
all slightly used ;.' and in a strictly
guaranteed condition. Must be sold
jp make room for spring, stock on the
Way. It will be worth your time to
investigate ' these Instruments. Two
in walnut, one In mahogany, one gol
den oak and one ' rosewood. Fifteen
new pianos of finest grades at lowest
prices.'- Remember I have no store
expense1 and "carry a big stock at the
same time. In "buying your new piano
this spring you will find this no store
expense a big saving. " Invesligate it
for yourself;; .vi'f-i
EBERHARDT'S PJANO HOUSE,
2224 Fourth Avenue, r Old phone
W-471. New phone 5313. -
Wiih No Days of Grace
Means Only One More Day
. . .
Monday we move to our new store, but before moving we
make another effort to still further reduce our stock. It is easier to
sell our shoes than to move them.
Now, with another deep cut and additional force of salesmen,
we won't have to move much stock.
Do not miss this last opportunity to secure for yourself and
family spring and summer footwear.
Opportunities to save money were never so numerous as they
have been during this sale. ,
1703 SECOND AVENUE.'