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THE ARGtXS, S AYTJKLTaIlV APR tf ;i 6, iooS
E DAY D RESS GOO D S SALE
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G6 inch $1.25 Wool Suitings yard Monday 59c
All new iroods iu Liarht and Dark Grev Stripes and
Cheeks. Worth $1.20 yard.
Your choice Monday
29c Monday for 5oc 36 inch Wool Suitings
Fancy Checks, Stripes, Plaids, Shepherd Checks arid
Mixtures in the new spring colore, 9Q
Worth 50c yard. Monday LiL
1000 Yards Fancy Wool Challis
Liberal assortment of Stripes, Checks and
signs; 50c value. ' . , u .:
t Lining Specials
500 yards Black Sateen, full mercerized
cloth, Jo in. wide; 25c value,yard ,
A WONDERFUL SALE OF SILKS
2000 yards of 75c and 85c Silks at half
T THE 1FJ.INOIS AIJ.NEXT WEEK
2,000 yards all Silk Fancy Taffetas and Soft Satin Mes
salines in a large variety of patterns and colors, suitable
for extreme dress and serviceable Ofl
wear. Monday . , : . ..... . . .OuL
Fashionable for Street and Traveling Suits; extra Heavy,
quality in Old Rose, Ivory, Pink, Aluminum, Atlantic
Ciel Mastic, Mulberry and Ashes of Roses . " 11 0
One Day Only, Monday . I . . .- t .mmiTiFV
1000 Yards Pongee Silks
A beautiful Wash Silk in all the newest shad.es ' Ji Hp
of the season, worth 65c; Monday .rf.(.l.t.I,wZ.LT 1 L
(Sliteenth Street and Sin-ond Artnuci
.tprll III "The Wolf."
April 11 Harvey Mock coiiipnuy,
April IS 1 tl. rit-M.4, lii.l I luer.
orcbestrns on v;at
t:;: t r al! ,!!t w U,
:.:oi iOv niai hie.-.
At tho MiuMiis
T::i(l iu Full.
Wolf," a now
t'!ic WalH-r, author '.(
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lnliiy, iiu!t:.H'k; ami
.IKIghteenth Street, Korth ot 8eond
Ellt Slock romiiany, appt-arliiK rai-h
rvrolDg at 8:1.!, nllli inai'n-
)Su ym, Friday and Suudaya.
(Second Avenue, East ot Nineteenth
:' - Street) -
Vaudeville at 3, H, and 9ilS p. m. Oat
uatlnre Sundnya aad holidaya.
Harvey Stock Company. Til
agi-meiit of the Harvey S oek
n'r;l!t. f io a !r:iir-i of tin' C':tn::!l!:i:i
! j- u riitttry. Tiw- hvro is a
I itnrh Caua'.li.'iii, who un-.lrlalii.s a
v iiit Ua iisaiiiKt a :nan who ruinl
ai'il ai!M il. the de-Hh oi' his half
s:L:; r. If- f'ir.ls !,irr. in tin; porso:! of
a flvil civiiiffr froiii ho states, .vl.o
i ; sc'tc.iing lo - t i-.iisicn cf Ilil'.i-i.
I'-e wry '.-Jil u;o:i wlicnt ht has aot
0,,,'iiis own hi-art. T'v oniHfcr has t'le
. y:i:n- .;h.!;u!'s fati'.cr. an old Scotcn
J Inuicr, oa Ins siU; In-.: tho h-ro sue
Mf.l; in enrryi;! lur o.T after a fislit.
iau.l in the elnsin rrr Idllo his rivj!
i-! h h. -a -uikjii.'.I d !!. Tac play lrii
': -c-.V ; ;r?: In.y;' p h mi'if'i success at Iho
i.yri" t:.eaM-v, M-. w YorU. The riu
( ha:';:e'er. the PuMich-Canadiaa,
!'.vi; i.e ,.ia;, id hy Atidrew Hobson.
P!ay at Illinois.
j(;e"--e V. MC;ts-.!;i-in's play, "Th
and ih:- .M :.!:.'' was prosonted a
(!hi: I'.Ii.T: i.i the.Her evenia'j hy ili.
s::r.ie cv.i;i;i'iy v.hh'h i layeil it at the
iKliie rrc-cnM.y. ;:ec;-!te of !hj ;"ac.
Hint it i.r.d a vc l .-.n ai the la'.-i-
piare, i!i" ail' l-.iaijCi' las! m;!it win
i liot heavy.
A 20-Year Sentence.
i nae just (''nipii'i.eii a u year
li.'-allh .sent-l:ce. iaipoj-ed by I?uck
Hu's Ariiica t';;He. vhit-h ( tired me of
bleeding tiles jti:U 2d years ao,"
write:; O. S. Wuolever. of LeUay.svi'.Ic,
Y. l!iMdi!en's Ai-Hia Salw heat
the worst sores, boihj in iri:. wounds
ani ems ui me snortest tune, zl
at all (iriiKSjisIs.
A ONE DAY SHOE SALE
Infants Soft Soles 39c
Sizes 1 to 4's, in a variety of colors, including patent
leather, vamps with ecru, wine, white and brown tops,
in button and lace styles, QQ
50c value t Out
Child's hand turn, patent vamp, brown kid top, button
style, shoes, sizes 5 to 8; CI
$1.35 value at ............. ..... . . . . . . ,r3 1
In Black Suede Leather, ankle strap to prevent that un
pleasant feeling of slipping at the heel, light weight
soles, a perfect dress pump for the Miss, sizes lVo to 2,
Special, a $1.75 value, jj J
Little Gent Velour Calf Blucher Lace ,extension soles,
good little school shoes. . e C 1 OA
Special, $1.50 value for . . . . . . .,-31
Thin blown crystal Glass
Tumblers, full size ones in
optic finish,, always 75c
per dozen, Qp
each . . . r..Mw 01
Glass Fruit Bowls
size, look like cut
regular price 10c,
only . .
I lot Game Plates, beauti
ful designs, in fine Aus
trian China each plate
decorated in perfect fig
ures of game birds. These
plates are cheap O C f
at 50c. Each . ... . LoVj
. ' Basement
Butcher & Bread! Knives,
with good steel blades,
strong kitchen cutlery,
at . .4. Op
L. L. BBAXD 6He UNBLEACHED
MUSLIM; 36-EXCIIf M03TDAT, e
Sc PERCALE, 32-I5CH; JLotOzj,
Assorted colored stripes cud
figures, all new fresh goods.
Tf AJtBEJrS 23c GIRDLE F0H3D-
Styles for all figures All boned
with genuine War rea. Feather-1
bones, Monday -lul
MEN'S 10c IIAXDKEBCHIEFS, 4c
Men's white hemstitched hdkfs., 18
inch size finished Mm
for use, Monday . i 40
2r,c BLACK ELASTIC BELTS, 19c
Gun Metal and Brass Buckles,
while they last IQp
f 1.00 and .$1.25 OTRRELLAS, 59c
Ladies Umbrellas, Paragon frames,
steel rod, large assortment of han
dles, gun metal and horn, boxwood
covered with English (Qa
$1.00 BOOKS, LATEST FICTION,
WOMEN'S 29c GAUZE VESTS, 10c
Low Neck and sleeveless swiss
ribbed vests, taped at 1flf
neck and arms, Monday ..... 1UL
25c FANCY COMBS AND BAR.
The latest in hair ornaments, fancy
combs and barrettes, shells IQ
29c ALL SILK RIBBONS, YD. 21c
All silk Ribbon 6 inches wide in all
colors. including Copenhagen,
Taupe, Brown, Rose, Pink, Red,
Blue and Black.
10c STOCK COLLARS, 5c
One gross stock Collars, white on
ly, a perfect fitting collar. The
fashionable shape of the season,
worn by all well dressed P
women, only 3C
2 PAIRS WOMEN'S C5c HOSE, S9c
Two pairs Woman's Fine Mercer
ized gauze lisle hose
regularly 39c, for WV
15c AND 20c EMBROIDERIES, YD.
Pretty swiss nainsook cambric In
sertions, 1 to 2 Inches wide for
trimming. The newf gingham wash
materials 1 A
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ill iifitrj. luuuuuv ............ w w il .11 ii i ii muuuaj ju
1 -FcfeTC ISLAND ILL,INQI-j .jfflg
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TALES TOLD ABOUT TOWN
wnrKT.ii.: mv i.kttku iKMf ffouna Ul0 btg swlngins si.u at hl3
H?v. you i-v.-r itoiioed what a groat: place of business loaning against tho
;u i ty ot lcttiT boxes havo IjlooSoinc;! j sida of tlm buildin"
out cu the front porches alm-.it town1 1 "Hullo, Clmrley. see you're Rot your
liiiuiioiiiiig in (t:.itvoring of mail nt
l.oiiu-.s where some suitable recoptacl
was not provided went into effe.-t ? It
looks as tliou-h nil the available sup
I ly of letter boxis in the hands Df
the retail dealers had been exliauste 1
i.nd then people- had been driven o
tneir own devices. Everything fro:n
pasteboard tdioe boxes up has been
'pressed into service.
ANDREW ROBSOX. WITH ''THE
WOLF," AT THE ILLINOIS
in: coi'i.ii.vt sr.r. now. -
The evening of election day, ju.st be
fora uaik while tho screen on which
The Argus' election returns were o
in giving people their j . sieieupucon was oe-
I) cents ' ilulc 11 l"e wans oi me
rr tvol,i0tI island house just across the
1 c-1 f . i . t .. r i.ii i . ,
t i. .1 t:iijiin in ii;iti ii ivitd Kiiuin l il
l'-l-- - fn
money's worth. At 10, 20 and
tliey produce the best, plays
out of the Bijou cigar store watch
ing the operation. One of the new re-
of metropolitan players, i
vili 1-iiirVi filico ciir-irilt tea hetu'Pen
acts and a concert by one of the best jtvuits came i,p and. catching sight of in training for months, even years.
down already," they would say.
And then Charley would have to ex
plain that the big w ind of the previous
night did it and that he really had no
intention of closing up shop, at least
not just yet. The sign, it may he
stated, is ain in place.
has i.om; kkkx a fai lir.urc.
Marathoning has recently become a
fad in the United States. The sup
pression of boxing, the debrutalizaliou
of football and the decline of horse
racing since bookniaking lias been un
der ban of law has lnd the amusement
loving public to look to new fields
when baseball is not in season, and
thus has marathoning become popular
in the country at large.
Here in Rock Island this new fad
unas us prepared, we nave had men
Keep Bright ;
In place of coffee.
"There's a Reason."
the object of general interest asked
"Say, what's that thing for?"
ihat is where they , are going to
put the election returns," replied the
The newcomer gazed a while in si
lence and then observed:
"Well, why didn't they put 'em on
before they hung the sheet up? They'll
have a fine time getting 'em up there
HIS SIG ( AMR BOWS.
Wednesday morning when friends
called at the printing office of Alder
man C. J. Smith, elected police magis
Irate in Tuesday's t election, ihfcy
docked. He marathoned. After a few
experiences of this kind he found hi"
wimr improved. He liked the exercise
and it was good for him. . It sent th?
blood rushing through his veins, gave
him a better appetite and more interest
in life. So he fell into the habit of
running at least part of the way every
morning. Some of these marathon en
thusiasts, now try to see how far they
can beat their neighbor who uses the
street car or rides a bicycle.
Of course not all the arsenal em
ployes who walk to work run through
the streets of the city. Some of them
still hold the benefits hardly enough
to offset the disadvantage of having
everybody they meet starting after
them and making remarks, the dogs
running barking tit their heels and t he
new policeman chasing after them and
halting them at the point of a gun io
inquire their business. But once be
hind the railroad embankment that
parallels Fort Armstrong avenue on
the island the amateur marathoner en
ters a new world and there, where noue
but those of their own. kind can see
them nearly all of them throw in the
high speed clutch for a few turns,
After all, what fools wo common
Ever notice a man carrrintz a dinner omce ana sno wcm are l"Jl
nail nml Khmnevin. inn, tho strpt vfe let a false dignity deter us from
at a 2-4o. clin nbm.t T-iio in the morn-' running a few blocks whenever we feel
nc? If you haven't it is because you
don't get up that early
and there are a score - of him, was
headed for Rock Island arsenal, where
like it. It would do us more good
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The man lulan " uctaamuai tiijl mc iuuir.i-
; tains or tne seasnore. ask your aoc-
tor his canflid opinion about it.
he is employed daily in the big shops.
How did he happento get the habit?
you may ask. Well, in the first place
he found that walking the two or
three miles to work was more comfort,
able and took but a few minutes moi-e
time than riding in the. street cars or
using a bicycle. Then, one morning
he got up late and found the-car was
gone and h'e had no wheel to ride. So
it' was him for the marathon or- be
Chicago. April 10. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
Wheat. 124, 12C, 123, 125.
July, 112, 115. 111, 114.
September, 104, 107.. 104, 107,
May, CC, CC, C5, CC.
July, C5, CO. 05, f.5.
September, f.5. C5, C4, 05.
May, 54, 54, 54 , 54.
July, 41, 47, 47'4. 47.
September, 40, 40. 3'J, 40.
May, 17.92, 17.95, 17.92, 17.95.
July. 17.92, 17.95, 17.90, 17.90.
September, 17.95, 17.97, 17.92. 17.95.
May, 10.27. 10.30, 10.27, 10.27.
July, 10.40, 10.42. 10.40, 10.40.
September, 10.52, 10.52, 10.50, 1052.
May, 9.40. 9.42, 9.40, 9.42.
July. 9.55, 9.CTT: 9 55. 9.55.
September, 9.70, 9.70, 9.C7, 9.70.
Receipts today Wheat 21, corn 21,
oats 11C, hogs 10,000 .cattle 100, shesp
Estimated recelnts Monday Hogs
Hog market opened strong, 5 cents
higher. Hogs left over 3.100. Light
$G.95(g7.35, mixed and butchers $7.0r
7.42 good heavy $7.10fj7.45, rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 5,500, cattle 300.
Hogs at Kansas City 4,000, cattle
Hog market closed strong at early
advance. Light $7.0O7.35, mixed and
butchers $7.057.42, good heavy $7.10
7.45, rough heavy $7.1 01E? 7.25.-
Catle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
Liverpool closing cables Wheat
higher, corn lower.
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis,
today 199, last week 16C, last year 123
10, last week 44, lat
New York Bank Statement.
New York, April 10. Reserve de
crease, $3,947,800; lets U. S. decrease.
$:'.,940,S25: loans decrease, $11,423,400;
specie decrease, $320,300; legals de
crease, $1,430,500; deposits increase.
fS.747,200; circulation increase, $251,-000.
Cash wheat No. 2 red, 1.351.38;
No. 3 red. 1.3UI1.3G; No. 2 h. w., 1.24
12S; No. 3 h. w., 1.19(f 1.25 Vi ; No. 1.
n. s.. i.2r5Ti.7',i : -o. z n. s.. i.zw
1.25 Vi: No. 3 s., 1.20(ff 1.25.
Cash corn No. 3 CO '4 000; No. Z
v., G7Vi(5G7: No. 3 w., 0CViJJCC-
No. 4. 05(f; 05 v..
Cash cats No. 2. 52; No. 2 w4..
55 ; No. 3 w.. 53?? 55: No. 4 w., 51
ffC4; standard, 55',. "
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Todays' Quotations on Provlilons, Uv(
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. April 10. Following are
4 the wholesale prices on the local
market today: - "
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 18c.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound. 12c;
springs, 13c per' pound.
Butter Dairy, 26c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 75c to 90c
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, C5c to CSc; oats, 53c;
Forage Timothy hay, $10 to $11;
prairie, $10; clover, $S to $10; Btraar
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack.
The Stomach Is SickV
The Liver Sluggish
The Bowels Clogged.1 . .
' The Blood Impure?'
The Skin Sallow"
Then It's Time to Take
That grand, old, time-tested remedy .
Id boxes with full direction, 10c. and 23c f