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,THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1909.
O RIVALS ON
3,Vest Ends and East Ends of
1 Moline to Come Together
i . ' Sunday.
LOCAL FANS INTERESTED
Many From This City Will Attend
Game Contenders Anion;;
. .. . "
-p--." Best In the State. s
The. big game- fct ibe year in inde-.
.gflen footbajli circles will be played
Buntty-.bejhtfeiythe i'MoJine West Ends
tand'diMoltTO'WestCEnd?; Under or-
tftnary drtfnfttku-eeft this pme, which
ii-1avi??btfk; -Mplfn V would not
stPe" ofVmore HJjan' na'sn's interest to"
JJtOcaJ -t oliowefeC W ,tfi9 game, but this
'j$&r pis' txcep(lti, and from all in
i,'. dlcatibnttnere will be a-large itumbcr
' ' go from "t.bishyto witness the con
'" test; , On reacV?for this is that two
v of -the membxsnf the west end team
'., re. jpoc.k IslancTeiS, "both of whom
plsycu on ibje R:rfTT'nd Independ-
I v rntsas-Trja,r':iid 'heipedhat team;
Ttfring'tUW tttlo.oft'ri-$ity champion to
NScfoedr Bros, liave commenced killing hogs, and con
sequently can. furnish you' with the best and freshest
-of "Tieats 'at bargain" pri&s.
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-v ; ' BELOW - WE- QUOTE A FEW PRICES
Pork Loins . '. .
X Pork Shoulders
- Pork Chops
Pork Steak . .
Plenty of Fresh Dressed Chickens. Oysters and Celery.
Almost every man has an ideal--a
clothing ideal, whether it is real
ized or not depends upon his choice
of a clothes store. Men whoappre-
ciate apparel of distinctive quality
will find their wants fulfilled here.
Satisfaction In Overcoat Buying
YAn overwhelming breadth of selection and variety of styles assures a satis
factory choice. From a standpoint of economy, too, you can d& better
here, as comparison will prove. Ardoc, Yorkshire, Hart, Schaffner and
Marx, and L. System Overcoats v
this city for the first time. Outside of
this fact there seems to be a more
general interest aroused in football in
this city than has existed for several
years, and interest naturally turns
toward the two foremost teams in this
part of the state, if not in the whole
Both TrtliiiM SI rone.
Both teams have already made rath
er enviable records so far thl3 season,
although each has played only two
srrc.on. They have put up a class of
hr.'A v.-!:;-.!! indicates that they are
siiT-r. cvtcrders for the title of state
x.-tiy-onr:. As it is. they are undoubt
ed'.' the best teams in this vicinity,
despite the fact that in a practice
game early in the season the West j
Ends of Davenport held the East Ends
to a tie. It is expected that the game
Sunday will settle not only the title
of champions of Moline, but of the .
tri-cities. and will show which team is
the stronger contender for the state
At a conference last evening be-!
tween Manager Chinlund and Captain
MacManns of the West Ends and Man
ager Jasper and Captain Frneberg of
the East Ends the officials for Sunday's
contest were decided upon. The Wert
Ends' representatives wanted to get
a pair of officials from either Rock Is
land. or Davenport, but the East End-j
would not agree to this, and Fred Pe
terson of the East End club and Ralph
Souders of this city were finally se
lected to take charge of the game. Fe-
. . 14c per lb.
1 2 V2 c per lb.
. . 15c per lb.
. . 13c per lb.
YOURS FOR CASH,
Simon & Landauer
1 ,4 Mitf,M
$15.00 to $38.00
IN ANOTHER CLASH
Sophomores Are Again Attack
ed by Freshmen at Augus
c tana College.
ONE IS TAKEN CAPTIVEj
Kscorteil to Zion Hill and is Put
Mla-ough Stunts Further Devel
opments .Looked For. "
Augustana freshmen led another at
tack, ou the sophomores last nigbt, and
there was considerable excitement .n
the vicinity of the college during the
hour's skirmish. The sopnomores, evi
dently foiewaiued of the onslaught,
made themselves hard to find as the
snades of night came on.
But one of their number was round
ed up. He was ted to Zion hill, where
he was given the alternative of losing
his flowing crop of hair or joining in
the freshmen exercise performed on
such octus.ons. rie choose the latter,
two of the features of which is barr
ing at the moon and giving the class
Setlluc l"cvr Precedent.
The freshmen of ih piesent trm
are setting a new precedent, inasmuch
as in previous years it was the upper
.classmen who were the aggressors in
i niu.,.. Tho frpshies showed
Ivicvna .j . ..
their fighting colors for the first time
last week, when they captured several
of the members or tne sopnomore
class. Naturally the older heads are
greatly humiliated by the course
events have taken, and they ari
' known t have held a number of secret
'conferences in an effort to marshal an
'organization that can cope with the
'attacks of the yougsters. Some in
' teresting developments are expected
during the coming week.
(terson is to referee the first half and
umpire the second, while Souders will
'alternate with him. Earl Elmstedt,
jthe high school star, was selected to
! act as field judge, if he can be secured,
and Perry Wessel was chosen for head
Will Sprinic SurprlHe.
The East Ends have failed to make
public their lineup, despite repeated
.attempts by the newspaper men oi .vio
line to get them to declare Who will
' play. It is supposed that they have
gathered together the cream of high
school men for several years back in
hopes of once more administering de
feat to the West Ends. The latt?r
learn was organized five years ago.
mainly for the purpose of defeating
the East Ends, but up to date it has
'never succeeded. The games have al
ways been close, but never in favor of
j the younger aggregation. The East
I Ends will have their hands full this
year in defeating them, however, for
the West Ends claim that they have
the best team in their history and that
they have it on the East Ends at last.
I THE MARKETS I
Chicago, Oct. 22. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
December, 104, lOCVi, 104, 105.
May, 105, 105. 105, 105'.
December, 59, 59, 59, 59.
May. Cl4, Cl, Cl'4, Cl.
December, 39, 40, 39, 39.
May, 42, 42, 42, 42.
January, 1S.57, 18.75, 18.57, 18.70.
May, 18.32, 18.50. 18.32, 18.477.
October, 12.02. 12.C5, 12.55, 12.55.
November, 11.97, 12.05, 11.97. 12.02.
January, 11.07. 11.17, 11.05, 11.10.
May, 10.S2, 10.90, 10.S0, 10.85.
October, 11. .5, 11.27. 11.20, 11.20.
January, 9.77, 9.S7, 9.77, 9.82.
May, 9.77, 9.S5, 9.75, 9.83.
Receipts today Wheat, 73
101; oats. 197; hogs, 13,000;
33.000; sheep, 13.000.
Estimated receipts Saturday Hoga,
Hog market opened 5 cents higher.
Hogs left over, 3,500. Light, $7.20
7. SO; mixed and butchers, $7.35&7.9u;
good heavy, $7.35&8.00; rough heavy,
$7. 35& 7.55.
Cattle market opened weak.
Sheep market opened strong.
Omaha Hogs. 3,000; cattle, 2,000.
Kansas City Hogs, 7,000; cattle,
Hog market closed weak to 10 conts
lower. Bulk sales, $7.50&7.75. Light,
S7.10&7.C5; mixed and butchers, $7.25
&7.S0; good heavy, $7.25&7.S5; rough
cattle market closed weak.
Sheep market closed steady.
Minneapolis Today, 357; last week,
315; last year. 337. 1
Duluth Today, 291; last week, 491;
last year, 210.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
to higher, corn higher.
Liverpool closing Wheat higher,
New York Stocks.
New York. Oct. 22. Following are
the quotations on the itock market to
day: Gas 115
Union Pacific ...... .".(,...... .200
IL-S. Steel preferred ';i..:....2A
U. S.' Steel common . .. . . 88
Rock Island preferred 78 V4
Rock Island common 38
Solthern Pacific 128
New York Central 134
Missouri Pacific 68
Great Northern 147 Vt
Northern Pacific ..... 14S'i
L. & N. 151
Smelters 95 1 1
C. F. 1 44
Canadian Pacific 183',
Illinois Central V.14S
Erie 33 Vi
C. & O
B. & O. 1
St. Paul ...
Republic Steel preferred 1
Republic Steel common
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Oct. 22. Following are
the wholesale prices on the local
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound,
10c; spring chickens, per pound, 14c.
Butter Dairy, 25c to 27c; creamery,
30c to 31c.
Lard 13c to 14c.
Potatoes 55c to 60c.
Onions COc to 70c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, C8c to 70c; oats 37c to
40; wheat, $1.
Forage Timothy hay. $10 to $11;
baled hay, $11; straw, $6.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack.
Wood $4.50 per load.
Dependable Proprietary Medicines.
It must be admitted by every fair
minded, intelligent person, that a med
icine could not live and grow in pop
ularity for 30 years, and today hold a
record for thousands upon thousands
of actual cures, as has Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, without
possessing great virtue and actual
worth. Such medicines must be looked
upon and termed both standard and
dependable by every thinking person.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for its cures of coughs. .
colds, croup and influenza. Try if j
when In need. It contains no harmful j
substance and. always glvt-a promp,
relief. ' Sold by all druggists. - ' v
THEY'RE FREE EI ERE ALL DAY
Double Trading Stamps before noon tomorrow and single during the afternoon and evening
with every five-cent purchase. Remember, they are exchangeable for beautiful premiums,
which are always useful and ornamental. Commence collecting tomorrow and you'll thank
us for suggesting it. .
Double Stamps All Forenoon Tomorrow.
LARGE AND SMALL SIZED
HANDBAGS some of . them
genuine seal, Morocco and
suede, regularly $3.50 to $5.00,
Ladies' stock collars, 25c
values, 10c each.
Ladies' stock' collars, suita
ble for wear with tailored
waists, 25 and 3."r values at 19c.
Misses' hems. itched all silk
scarfs. GSc values. 35c.
Ladies' wash bow and jabots,
trimmed with lace and embroid
ery, 35c values, 19c.
A Week End Flurry in
Ladies' all linen hemstitched
initial handkerchiefs, 18c val
ues, each 11c.
Ladies' all linen hemstitched
handkerchiefs, 12c value3, 6c
, Ladies' . all linen handker
chiefs, hand embroidered initial
25c values, 18c.
Mn's hemstitched white in
itial handkerchiefs, 15c values,
Men's white hemstitched snt
in stripe barred and all linen
handkerchiefs, 15c values, 8c.
Children's colored border and
plain white hemstitched hand
kerchiefs, 5c values, each 3c.
Save on New Ribbons
5 inch wide all silk taffeta
and moire ribbons, in Mack
and colors, 20c values, yard 21c.
All silk moire ribbon, 5 inches
wide. 39c values, yard 29c.
6 inches wi'de, all silk ribbon,
extra heavy quality, in black
red, brown, blue, white, cream,
navy and wino, 45c yard values
All silk ribbon, 4 and 5 inches
wide, in plaids, stripes and d res
den effects, some have sold at
35c yard, at 21c.
$1.25 cotton comforts, silkoline
"WOOLNAP" A FINE COT
TON BLANKET with wco! fin
ish, bound with mohair, in
white, tan and ?0 .ft
WARM BLANKETS 11-4 cot
ton blankets, dark colors, larg;?
size an extra good bargain
$1.50 LACE CURTAINS, 98c
Three yards long, 54 inches
wide, in ecru and white.
$3.00 NET CURTAINS, $1.98.
Net Curtains in, green and
red. just the thing for library
and dining room.
TOMORROW, 20 PER CENT
DISCOUNT ON DRAPERY
SPECIAL A splendid lot of 20c
Ask for our Book of Ideas on
Correct Drapery Hangings.
75c BLEACHED TABLE DAM
ASK, 70 inches wide, assorted
9-4 BLEACHED WELDEN
SHEETING, always 30c, Satur
30 INCH HEMSTITCHED
SQUARES Suitable for Pil
low.. Shams or tabla covers.
worth 30c, Friday
TVy-o 1-Jnms CnUn Special demonstration of the Van Dcu
1 UKe nOIJie U UKe sen Cake Mould. Watch the cake mak
ers and take home a delicate and delicious cake, 25c and 50c. Basement
I Saturday Afternoon
he Aisles and in
65c TURKISH BATH MATS,
43c Assorted -colors and pat
terns. CHILDREN'S ASTRACHAN &
CORDUROY COATS, 98s As-
trachan coats in Kray, lined with
red Canton llannel; beautiful
corduroy coats trimmed with
silk braid and metal buttons
red, blue, navy, Copenhagen;
sizer; 1, 2 and 4, tomorrow, 9c.
LADIES' LARGE SIZE HAND
BAG riveted frame. leather
lined, sroa.il purs? imule, worth
75c. Saturday, Bargain Day, 43c.
75c BLACK PETTICOATS, 39c
IMITATION HEATHER BLOOM
CHILDREN'S 15c STOCK
INGS, Sc Fino giuze 2-thrtaJ
flecc.'-lincd, colors warranted.
WOMEN'S 20c STOCKINGS,
15c, 2 for 25c Medium weight,
BOX OF WRITING PAPER,
12c 25 sheets, 25 envelopes,
MEN'S COLORED BORDER
AND PLAIN WHITE HAND
WIDE TAFFETA RID30N, a!l
colors, 10c yard.
Cri'am Patties, a-st., 12,Ac.
Orange Brills, l'JV.e.
Buttor Cups. 12'i.c.
Imitation Chocolate Drops,
Perfection .Tollies, 12'ic.
SPECIAL PERFECT FIT
TING CORSETS 3 pairs of
wide supporters, long hip. lace
trimmed. worth 75c special
Friday and Saturdu
MILLINERY Turbans for to
morrow. $3 and $.". Trieornes,
Colonial and Continental shapes
in inexpensive millinery, $3, $5
WAISTS $5.98 Silk Waists in
llck and colored Mescaline,
WAISTS In Moire. Taffeta
Silk and Skinner Satin, special
Wool Albatross Waists, $2.50.
Ntfw Black Waists, of mercer
ized poplin. $1.98.
LONG BLACK BROADCLOTH
COATS, $12.50. -
Long Covert Coats. $12.98.
Diamond Dollar Spectacles and
Eyeglasses are fitted with the
finest lenses In the world and
are the superior of all glasses
Fold at from three to five times
the price. Optical Parlor.
Football teams, these prices
v.iil save you money. Rooters,
tln-er lustily for your favorite
tcum and while you're doing it
these cloudy knit jerseys will
save you many a bad cold and
Footballs. 75c to $4.00.
Football pants. $1.00 to $3.00.
Head helmet, $1.00 to $3.00.
Nose Mpsks, 50c.
Jemey coats, $2.25.
Football shoes. $3.50 to $4.50.
Special prices on
25c IMPORTED CUT GLASS
WATER TUMBLERS, 122c
full size with wide flutes.
WINDOW VENTILATORS, $1
Sleep with your windows
open without a draft buy a
window ventilator tomorrow,
tiousefurn ish ing
ISc Sink Strainer. 12c.
55c Meat Roaster. 45c.
No. 9, 50e Light Blue Granite
Tea Kettle. V.:,c.
Ash Shovels. 3c.
14-quart 50c Light Blue Gran
ite Dish Pan, 3.".c.
75c Self Sealer Fruit Tin
Cans. 5fic a dozen.
Muffin Tins, 8e.
Stove Lifters, 2c.
Standard Oil Heater, $3.50.
30c Coal Duckets, 15c.
Inverted gas mantles, 10c.
Regular gas mantles, special 10
Regular Gas Mantles, special.
10c. ; .
Best quality Lindsay Inverted
Gas Burners, complete, special,
C9c. - - '
Gas Portables $5.50
Large 12-Inch " etched dome
shade, bst quality high pres
sure burner,' base and stand in
shaded brass, complete, with C
feet of guaranteed tubing.
CHILDREN'S SHOES sizs
2'i to 8. hand turn soles, laced
and button styles, patent tip-,
values up to 7ie. special at 4Se
WOMEN'S $2.75 SHOES, $2.39
. Z. ,
Big Stir at Jewelry Counter
BKST NICK LE ALARM CLCX'K
(Spasmodic) American lvake
fully guaranteed, regular QQn
$1.25 cluck VO
75c nickle alaim dock, CtZf
SILVF.lt PLATED BREAD Oil
ROLL TRAY, beautiful des:sn
heavily embossed. J-f
$3.00 value JLOcF
PIN TRAY HEAVY SILVER
PLATE. smaiantced winMty
Cheap at $1.50,
Special price LJV