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Bleached sheets, 72 by
90 inches, free from
starch, reduced to 31c
One case of nurses',
stripes & dress ging
hams, reduc'd to yd. 5c
Begins next Saturday, July 24th, continues to August 1st
A vigorous, determined clearance of all summer things. The immense volume of business transacted
" during the last few months, together with recent sales, especially the great 20 Cash Discount sale,
left numerous -odd lots, broken assortments a few here and there, two's and three's of a kind all these,
as well as complete lines, are now brought forward for immediate clearance. Profits are a secondary con
sideration at this time. It is a period of large savings .-for ' everyone, taking advantage of the . radical
price-making which has been instituted to accomplish quick selling. This is THE ONE great Clearance
Sale of the season. The high character and desirability of the merchandise is understood.
Deepest reductions are on lots too small to advertise
Good quality linen un
bleached crash, reduc
ed for this sale, yd. 3c
One lot figured lawns
regular 8c quality,
clearing price yd. 354 c
Table linens at clearing sale prices
Regular $1 Unhemmed Bordered
Table Cloths, 2 yds. wide, 2
yds. long, reduced to, ea. 63
Meadow bleached pure linen
huck Towels, 20 by 2S, 29c grade
in Clearing Sale, each 19
. Gfic mercerized Table Damask,
variety often different designs.
Clearing Sale, per yard 39
25c &. 29c Fancy White Waist
ings stripes & checks, yd. 19?
All linen bleached Roller Tow
els. 2 yds each, at 25 1
Killarney Linene Suiting, white
40 inches wide, reduced, yd XOf
Turkey red and white Table
Clothing, ten different patterns,
27c grade Clearing price X9
Full bleached, red bordered,'
pure linen crash, yard, 6?t
Bleached Sheets. 81 by 90 in.,
great value, reduced to 42
Individual huck Towels, 70
pure linen, per dozen 80
Fine all linen Lunch Sets, com
posed of one hemstitched Cloth,
45x45 inches, and six Napkins.
13x15 in. reduced, set $2.98
37c white lingerie checked
Dimity reduced., yd 11
Clearing out wash goods
50c silk Wash Fabrics in good variety of plain &
flg'd patterns, good colors, Clearing price, yd 35
Fifteen Waist Patterns, enib. soisette pink,
blue, red, green, etc. Were 89c reduced to, ea. 75
Ten dress patterns, exclusive designs, just one ofr
a style. Sold for $S.98. Clearing price, pat. $3.50
Colored Indian Head Suitings, fully shrunk, regu
lar 15e & 18c qualities. Clearing price, yd. 10H
Figured Satines in. good pattern & colors brown
blue, green, 18c quality. Clearing price, yd 12i$,
25 and 29c Bordered Poplins, reduced to yd, 15
10c light and dark, double. fold Percales, yd 5
One lot 12 c light and dark Percales, yd 9
July clearing of laces
29c Val., cotton Torchon, German linen laces and
insertions in matched sets, to 2-in., bolt, 22
5c German & French Val., cotton Torchon, Cluny,
Ger. linen & American laces & Insertions, yd 3
"lie German & French Val. edging & insertions
in matched sets, to 2 inches wide, at yd 5 '
10c ecru and white German & French Val., Mech
lin. Cluny. Point de Paris & Piatt Val Laces & in
sertion, 1 to 7 in, wide, reduced to, yard 7Ji
.12c Oriental, Point Paris, Cluny and Venice
Laces and colored Bands, 1 to 7 in. yd QHp
22c white and ecru Oriental, Venice, black Chan
tiny & Point de Paris laces & insertions, yd 16c
Clearing of dress goods and silks
35c 'half-wool Waistings, 19
50c half-wool Waistings, 35
50c half-wool Dress G'ds, 29
Oc alf wool Storm Serge, 39
$1.25 & 1.50 Novelty G'ds, 99
$1 Novelty Diess Goods & $1.25
Fancy black Panamas, yd. 82
$1.25 gray tailor euit'ng SX.05
59c Fancy Taffetas, yd.;' 45
$1 Fancy Grenadines, yd., 49
85c Pekin striped silks, 59
85c Shepherd Check silk 59
85c Clifton Bond Black Taffe
ta, 20 in. wide, per yard 55
75c pure silk Tuscans, new
spring colors, per yard 59
$1 Pekin striped Mirage, nobby
shades, 25 in. -vide, at yd. 65
$1 Shedwater Tuscans, beautiful
spring shades, 24 in., at 79
65c hair-line striped Messalines,
new colors, 19-inch, at yd. 53
$1.00 blk taffeta. 27 in., at 69
$1 blk. taffeta, 36 in., yd. 85
35c fancy moire lining, yd. X7
10 and 15c linings percalines,
silisias, spun glass in odd
shades and are tender, yard 3
July clearing of notions
24-inch soft, wireless Hair Rolls. 25e Kind, 18
10c Puff Pins, large blown knobs, at half, 5
Jet Hat Pius, assorted designs, 13c kind for 9
-Empire" Pad Hose Supporters, 25c kind 19
''Paris" De Long Hooks and Eyes, both black &
white, absolutely rust-proof, two dozen on a
card, regular lCc kind aow half price, card, 5
Yarns which have become slightly soiled; also
some samples of Saxony. Shetland Floss & Ger
mantown. July Clearing Sale price, skein, 4
Scissors assorted sizes 25c kinds for 19
Main Aixle, Rear
Hosiery and underwear
Children's 23 & 35c fancy colored & black lace
Hose, broken assortment, Clearing pre, 12H
Boys' 25c Pony Stockings tan & blk, pr. 15
Women's fancy & plain Jersey ribbed bleached
Vests, regular & extra shies, 15c kind for lO
Balance of our 50c colored lace Vests, ea. 25
Men's 50c black underwear, & broken lots of
other 50c underw'r. Clearing Pre, garm't.33
Men's $1.50 mercerized Union Suits, finely fin
ished garments, half price to close out, 75
Men's athletic Under Shirts, very cool, 12
July clearing of ribbons
Fancy Polka Dot ribbons, six inches wide, good
assortment of colors suitable for sashes, hair
bows and millinery purposes, C2Vc kind, 48
I.arge assortment of fancy 'ribbons- Dresdens,
stripes, polka dots, checks both taffe' a and
satin finished. 4 in. 30c kind, "yd. 224
All silk taffeta ribbons black and white stripe
only. Excellent quality suitable for hair bows
and ties, 4 inch, 22c grade reduced to lCJ
Pipe racks ready to burn 49c pieces for 33
Thermometers ready to burn, 50c pieces 37
Clearing leather goods I Clearing drug sundries
Women's $1.23 Hand Bags draw string tops
with leather sides; brown & black; now 79
$1 Hand Bags with either gilt or oxidized trim
mings; moire lining; Clearing Sale price, 88
Women's elastic Belts with either buckles or
leather clasps, all good colors, 50c kinds, 35
Hand Mirrors, good size, black or white backs,
retail regularly at 25c, Clearing Sale pre, 15
25c Nail Buffers, ebony handles, 8-in. size, 19
75c rubber lined Tourist Cases reduced to 64
Fancy light colored belts, 50c kind for 39
White Wash Belting, per belt length, only 9
Heavy celluloid Soap Boxes,' 33c kinds, 22
25c-lb. cans Violet Queen Talcum Powder 17
Emery Boards, dozen in pkg., 5c kind, 2 for 5,
25c size Listerine, 17; $1-00 size for 77
25c size Graves Tooth Powder, reduced to 15 -25c
size Dr. Lyons Tooth Powder reduced, 19
25c Sanitol Tooth Paste & Powder for 15
Pozzoni's Face Powder now reduced to 33
Le Maire's Hair Tonic, 50c size 89c; $1 size 77
Gunlock's Hair Tonic, $1 size reduced to .77.
Herpicide Hair Tonic, 50c size 42c; $1 size 77
Packer's Tar Soap, 15c; Pear's unscented, 10
Jap Rose Soap only 9; Palm-Olive Soap, 9
Carbona for cleaning, non-explosive, spec. 22
Osborn's Hydrogen Peroxide, 25c size for 18
Clearing women's & children's shoes
About 73 pairs women's dull
leather Oxfords, including but
ton and tie models, hand welted
soles, durable for outing and
street, fi & $3.50 val. $1.95
'Women's white canvas Oxford3
with either hand turned or welt
soles. Regular $1.50 and $1.95
values. Reduced to, pr., $1.15
The balance of our women's $3
and $3.50 Tan . Russia Calf Ox
fords, broken lots of our best
celling lines; strap pumps, 3
button, & 3-eyelet Price 1.95
Misses' and children's '-patent
leather and vicl kid Oxfords.
$2 & $2.50 grades pr. S1.4S
Women's gray buckskin Oxfords
in strap Pumps and 5-eyelet
models. Hand-sewed, strictly
bench made shoes, regular $5
values. Clearing price S3.49
50 pairs of Boys" Tan Vicl Shoes
and Oxfords, good and servicea
ble, sizes 13 to 5. $1.75 and $2
values. Clearing price, pr., $1
Boys' and youths' high or low
canvas shoes, .durably made
throughout, sjzes 10 to 2 and 3
to 5, 75c and 90c grades. 50
Children's Oxfords patent
leather lowers with white tops.
2 . j to o's; $1.75 val. at $1.25
East Aisle, Rear
July clearing of china, crockery and cut glass
$31 Iroquois Syracue Din. Set. 100 pes. $23.50
$22 Iroquois Syracuse Din. Set, 100 pes. $17.50
$30 Iroquois Syracuse Din. Set, 100 pes. $23.50 "
$9.35, blue & white 96-piece Dinner Set for $6.98 "
$14 Raniona border, 98-piece Dinner Set," $9.50 ,
80c Matt green Jardinieres, reduced to each 59
$1.70 Matt green Jardinieres, reduced to ea. $1.29 .
$3.10' 2-qt. Haviland china Jug, reduced to $1.69 ;
$1.25 2-quart German china Jug. reduced to 59
$3.23 Chocolate Sets. $2.69; $0.50 sets $4.95
$6.10 Chamber Sets. $4.39; 9:50 Sets. $6.39
98c iridescent Water Sets Clearing Sale price 69
40c seven-piece Ger'-man China; Berry Sets 29
95c .seven-piece German China Berry Sets 45 '
45. ,63 & 75c Decorated Vase's reduced to 25
25c seven-inch German china Dec. Plates for 19
. 50c Sugars & Creamers, clearing sale price 2S
Sue -glass Lamps, complete, very attractive, 63
1 ..25c Water Pitchers 17; 75c glass Vases. 49
Choice of a large Collection of miscellaneous ar
ticlesberry bowls, pudding Cishes, sugars, cream
ers, odd pieces of dinner ware, all of which form
erly retailed from 15, 20 to 25c ea. choice at 8
Beautifully decorated, large size, central draft bur.
ner lamps, $4.75 & $5.25 vals. Clear'g Pre, $3.49
55c four-piece glass Tea Sets, Clearing Price, 25
$4.50 cut glass Berry Bowls, brilliant cutting, hand
some, design, great val. Clearing Sale pre, $3.29
$3.50 cut glass Vases, artistic pattern, brilliantly
cut, exceptional values, reduced to onjy $2.69
. , Basement
July clearing of jewelry & silverware
$2.75 gold filled Fobs. $1.98
, 75c hat pins green gold & fine
stone tops, reduced to ea. 49 ';
$1 woven steel purses, 49
' 30c Rogers' Tea Spoons. 23
$2.50 Jewelry ' Boxes, gold and
silver finish, satin lined $1.39
89c Nail Files, with sterling sil- ,
yer handles. Clearing pre. 49
. 69c Cigar Jars, silver metal tops.
. July Clearing Sale price, 49 .
Enamel Pins, $2.50 val., $1.98
Enamel Pins, $4.50 val.. $2.98
$1 & $1.50 amber and shell -Hair
Bands, reduced to 50
69c metal top hat brushes, 50
$4.50 three-piece Toilet Sets,'
silver metal, reduced to $2.75
$1 Cuff Links, gold filled, 69
$1.50 Cuff Links, gold filled, $1
$1.98 sterling Match Bxs 1.19
98c Rogers' Cream Ladles. 59
$2.98 Rogers' Salad Forks 1.75
$1 Belt Pins, gold plate. 59
25c Salts & Peppers, pair 19
50c steel Barrettes at half. 25
$1 sterling' Tea' Spoons, 60
$4 to $6 Signet Rings, $3.50.
$3 & $4 Bracelets now $2.75
$14.50 sterling three ' piece
Toilet Sets reduced to $12.75
$3.50 gold desk sets, $2.25
Case 25c unbleached
Turkish Bath Towels,
23x52 inches, 15 cents
July clearing of books and stationery
25-doz "seconds' wo
men's 25c Stockings,
Clearing price, pr 10c
25c Writing Paper Washington
dimity and Irish linen 108
sheets to lb., reduced to 15
Envelopes to match above pa
pers, box of 250, reg. 85c, 50
Ilamed and Von Maur's Special
Silk Voile Fabric writing paper,
. 25c value, per pound only 20
22c boxes writing paper one
quire and 24 envelopes, 12.H
5c Mongol Lead Pencils for 3
Any of our 10c Ink Tablets, 7
Congress Playing Cards, silk
finish, gilt edge, per pack 33
Bicycle Playing Cards, pk. 17
Children's 6c linen Bks., 3
Historical Books for boys and
girls, 25c values, now for 19
Over 400 titles of our best pop
ular copyrighted fiction, July
Clearing price' now only 42
Back numbers of 10, 15 and 25c
magazines, Clearing price 5
Cc bottles of Ink reduced to 3
2 dozen assorted post cards in
package, 1 doz. comics, 1 doz.
local views, worth 15c, at 5
Dentition's Imperial Crepe Pa
per, various colors, now at 6
Dennison's Decorative Crepe Pa
per, Clearing price, roll 126
Clearing trunks, suit cases, pictures
Collection of matting suit cases,
covered leather corners, leather
handles, brass locks and clamps.
Light in weight, yet very dura
ble, 24 in. Inside, regular $1.75.
values, Clearing price, $1.47
Collection of Keratol Suit Cases,
leather corners, brass lock jind
clamps, durably constructed and
are serviceable. 24 Inches in
side. $1.25 value, choice 97
Jap Straw Suit Case's, the Ideal
cases for women because of
their very light weight. They
sell regularly at $2. Now 95
Strongly constructed canvas
covered trunks; equipped with
stout locks and have protecting
corner bumpers, also 2 straps.
$7.25 value.Clearing price 5.69
' . . "
An assortment of pictures in
various subjects; 13 by 17 In.
in size; have neat brown frames
$2.25 val. Clearing price $1.48
Summer Comforts, filled with
fine soft cotton and covered
with sllkollne . and double ruf
fled all around. Sell regularly
at $2.75. Clearing price $2.29
75c Feather Pillows only 59
Boys'25c ribbed union
Suitsgreat snap for
mothersnow, suit 10c
6()c lead blown tumb
lers doz. 39c; 99c CoU
onial Tumbl 's, doz 69c
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Chicago, July 23. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
July, 112, 113, 111, 111.
September, k08, 108. 100, 107.
December. 106, 10C, lOS, 103'4.
May. 1094, 109, 108, 108.
July. 72, 71V5. 72.
September, G7, 68, 67. 67.
December, SC, 57s 50, 57.
May. 57'., 57, 57 Vt. 57.
July, 45, 40. 45, 45.
- September, 40, 40, 40. 40.
December, 40, 41, 40. 40.
May, A?., 43. 42, 43.
July, closed 20.85.
September, 21.05, 21.07. 21.05, 21.05.
January, closed 17.70.
July, closed 11.72. .
September, 11.75, 11.75, 11.72. 11.72.
October, 11.70, 11.70, 11.67, 11.67.
' . Ribs.
July, closed 11.40..
September, 11.40, 11.40. 11.35, 11.55.
October. 11.10, 11.10, ll'OS, 11.05.
Receipts io;lay Wheat 354. com
211, oats 07, hogs 12.000, cattle J.500,
Intimated receipts Saturday Wheat
CC corn 240, oats 64, hoss 9,000.
Ho-,' market opened 5c hijrher. Hos
lcff over 6.900. Light ' $7.508.10,
mixed and butchers $7.508.25, good
heavy $7.508.25, rough heavy $7.50
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 4,500, cattle 2.100.
Hoss at Kansas City 3,000, cattle
Hog market closed steady at early
advance. Bulk $7.708.12, light $7.55
S.15. mixed and butchers $7.508.2.,
Rood heavy $7.45S.30, rough heavy
$7.4". (a 7.f,5.
Catiie market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
Northwestern receipts Miiineapol is,
today 112. last week 78, last year 257.
Dulmh. today 22, last week 20,-last
year SO. - :
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
lowr, corn unchanged. ' '
1-irerpool closing) Wheat to 1 d.
lowor, corn unchanged.
New York Stock.
Nf-w York, July 23.- Following are
the quotations on the stock market
today; . - ",
Cas ...... .......... ..... 115
Union Pacific '. . . . 198
U. S5. Stool preferred .. . . ; . ... . .126
t"- S. Steel common '. . .... . . 71
Reading ..... ..... ...........;155
Roci Island preferred . . ... . ... . 75
Rocl, inland common . .' 37
Northwestern . . . 184
Southern Pacific ... . .V.V. .".s . . 1133
New York Central . ... . . . . . . : . .135
Ml9Fo, i pacific . . .... . . . . . . . . . i '72
Great Northern .....150
Northern Pacific 153
L. & N -.....,.142
C. F. I. ...... 44
Canadian Pacific 186
Illinois Central . 154
C. & O. "...J.' : 78
13. R. T. ...... 78
B. & O. 78
St. Paul )..... 150
Copper ... ..... . 84
Republic SI eel preferred 109
Republic Steel common 33
Southern Ry 31
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, July 23. Following are
the wholesale prices on the local
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound,
12 c; spring chickens, $4 to $5 per
Butter Dairy, 20c; creamery, 26c.
Laru 13V4c to 14c. '
Potatoes 75c to 80c." - V
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 75c; oats, 5Sc.
Forage Timothy hay, $11 to $13 ;
straw, $7.50. ' ... .- . t
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
$6.50. . ... .. ,
RECORD OF COURT HCfUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
Laura B. Sunley to Beckie Rosen
blatt, part lot 9, block 9. old town
of Rock Island. $l,20o;
E. II. Staif ord to Nellie Rader, lot
25, block 14. first addition to Sil
N. R. Ziegler to John A." Larson,
lot 1, block 3, Candee grove, Mo
linc. $500. .-
Harry W. Weaver lo -William It.
Schwiebert, lot .120, block j2, Ryder
& Read's addition, Moline, $1,350.
Hug E. Curtis'to city of Rock Is
land, tract in east half northeast
quarter section" 3-1 7-2 W, $1. J
William Wulff and others by mas
ter to Phil S. Wilcher.' lot 3, Denni
son's subdivision Rock Island $1,900.
Charles J. Stein to Saumel E. Ar-
'nold, lot 4, Steven's second addition,
Moline. $2,600. " , :
Charles H. Dibbern to Clarence
Bleuer, lot 9, block 1. C. It. Dibbern
Son's addition, , Sears,'-$250. 1
Sarah Rispen to .Victor . Van Tieg
hem, lot 12, block 14, Spencer &
Case's addition,' Rock Island, $1,100,
. John T. Campbell to H.. E. .Well3,
loC 3, block 1, Campbell's Sexteenth
"street addition, South Rock Island,
$350. ;- ' :. v'-'fT - i.,:V.
-John T. P. Samv.elson to August
Samuelson, part lot "E" Child's sec
ond aauition Mt)line. $ t. , . . ' : '
; Peter Gobel and ethers by master
to Michael -Kelly end others, wat
half northwest quarter section 24-16-2
Minnie Ludwig to Oscar E. Apple,
north half lot 7. block 7, B. Daven
port, third nddition, $350. -
E. W. Hurst to Katrina Waidler.
lot 12. block 3 college heights addi
tion, Rock Island.
Henry Lange to Louis Hitmu'.,
undivided half lot 2, black' 2. How
ard's addition, Rock Island, $1. .
Frank H. Anthony to Mable A.
Bigbee, west half lots 8, 9. block 7,
Columbia park. Rock Island, $10.
Charles O. Hanson and others to
C. T. Foster, part southeast quarter
section 15-17-2W, $100. .
Car Over Embankment.
Crawfordsville, Ind., July 23. A mo
tor car driven , by Richard Cannon.
nephew of Speaker Cannon, dashed
over an embankment while running at
a high speed near here today. Can
non's companion John Noons,' a brew
er of Danville, was caught under the
car and probably fatally injured. Can
non was painfully bruised.
The world's most successful medi
cine for bowel complaints is Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar
hoea Remedy. , It" has relieved more
pain and' suffering , and saved more
lives than any other medicine In use.
Invaluable for children and ; adults.
Sold by all druggists. '
Steamer Columbia to Muscatine ev
ery Saturday at 4 p. m. ,
Open Doop Policy Gains. Charles T.
Kindt has returned from Atlanta, Ga.,
where he attended the annual conven
tion of the National Bill Posters' asso
ciation. He is ex-president of the asso
ciation and was re-elected to the board
of directors and also made chairman
of the committee on law, the most im
portant standing committee of the as
sociation. In convention at the same time in
Atlanta was the Southern Theatrical
Managers association. By special re-
I rcssey cuuipany wuicn piajeu uere.
during the month of June, will open a
teturn engagement at the airdome m
Stnith O'Brian's Irish comedy success,"
"The Gamekeeper." ' Messrs. Rowland
and Clifford of Chicago, who own the
copyright to this play, made Jack
T . t . 1 pr . ,Aa. ' t
the name part under their direction :
this season, hut a if Jack had alreadv'
arranged for his own repertoire sliow.
on the road he leased the rights in his.
territory and is making a special feai-
ure of this pretty Irish rrory. The
Bessey company won much praise for -
clever work and excellent wardrobe v
when last seen here. It is safe to sav
the company will receive a warm wel- -
quest Mr. Kindt addressed the above
association on the "open door' policy . e on its opening night.
and resolutions were adopted in favor
of this policy in the Southern associa
tion, the same as was done recently in
the Western Theatrical Managers' as
sociation, of which Mr. Kindt is presi
dent. A committee was also appointed
to confer with Messrs. Klaw &' Er
langer and ascertain is possible what
they intended to do in regard to the
action taken by the association.
Life 100.000 Year Ago.
Scientists have found In a cave" in
Switzerland bones of men, who lived :
100,000 years ago, when life was. in
constant danger from wild beasts.
Today the: danger, as shown by A.
W. Brown of Alexander, Me., ,ia
largely ' from deadly' disease "If it ;
hA Tint ISepfi fnr Tlr Vtno-'o Maw rtla.
Mr. Kindt expresses the "belief that ' toik a ' m
have lived."rhe writes, "suffering as?
T nifl TvrTr O eAuAm tun a tniirlA o n 4
stubborn cough." To cure sore;
lungs, colds, obstfnate coughs, and :
prevent pneumonia. it's the best med- ,
Icine on earth; 5 0 cents' and $1.00. -
L Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial
the time la not far distant when the
open door policy will be adopted by
every one-night stand In the country.
Already the death knell of Klaw &
Erlanger's effort to control the thea
trical situation of the country, appears
to have been sounded in a, most de
cisive manner: '.'.,;; - -;
v Populaf Ccmpany to Return. Ne.st
Sunday' night the poptdar Hickman-
All the news all the time THE
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