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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MOXDAY, FEBRUARY P 3, 1890
THEY HAVE ARRIVED.
We have just placed on our counters the grandest Hue of embroideries never
landed on tbls continent. They were received through the New York custom house
ilirecl from the fjreat facories in 8t. Gall. Switzerland. The orders for these
tfooda were placed several months ago when Swiss labor wis at the very lowest ebb,
and our purchase price waa therefore correspondingly low. We shall show edgings,
insertions, flouncings, skirtings, and all-over work on Swiss, nainsook, cambric and
India linens. Never before have we shown a fractional part of the great slock we
now place before you. Hundreds of real novelties not abown before this season.
New patterns f Irish point ; new styles of
pointa. Our entire purchase will average
we could show same class of goods last
should seek to avail themselves of early.
Narrow cambric. swIss and nainsook
edgings, 1, 3 8. 4 and 5c per yd.
Most e!egtnt narrow novelties at H,
?. 8. 9 and MB per yd.
Our lines at It, 15 and 25c are une
quailed in values, BLUE and RED work
on white cloth at 8. 4. 5 8, 7, 10 and ISc
a yard, only half price.
Mus'in flouncings 25 and 82c
Swiss flouncings 28 inches wide.hrm
ititchid, four clusters of cording, extra
ordinnry value. 88c, worth 62c.
Others at 48 50 65 and 62.-, never be
fore equalled in our store or elsewhere.
We show flouncings all prices, up to
$1 8 per yard, which we claim to lie un
appoachahle in values.
Matched sets 8 or 4 widths of edg
ings with insertions and all-overs to
match in latest patterns, tucked, corded
and bem stitched edges and insertions to
in our emt.roi.iery department this week
7 ",M'r 'r'"" "n'riy under value A complete new stock of mus-
i.u. ... ...... .an.iuK oranus to
vi ry iiiwoi rami prices.
1718- 171 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Sucom Avenue
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plnsh Cabinet Albums 38 rents.
Leather Cabinet Albums 78 cents,
Sds Below Cost,
Work Baskets Below Cot,
Stationery at 2 per cent off.
Cabinet Frames 20 per rent off;
Bibles at Cost,
Bia BARGAINS in Every
CLOSE out our Stock in Twenty Days.
KINGSBURY & SON,
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
hemstitching; new styles of Van Dyke and
25 per cent or one-fourth leas price than
season. This Is an advantage all buyers
5000 yds all kinds, cambric, awiss
and nainsook edges from one to five
inches wide, all go at 10c a yd. This is
the greatest bargain we have shown.
i wo numbers or swiss hem stitch
skirtings, to win -h we must call special
attention, full 4G Inches wide, choicest
new patterns of work at 44 and 50c per
yn. nave you ever heard of the liki
W.. : . . .
" " nnj untiling more only mat you
musi see inern We have skirtings all
me way up ion per yard that are un
A Mutiner, all oyer embroidery 27
Inches wide in I olh swiss ard eamhrii
' yard Others at 38. 58. 62 and
84c which are bargains not to h mtrhi
elsewhere. Others all prices ud to 82 50
per yard, every price of special value
we will show a lot of embroidered rim-
maKu up with the embroideries at the
Wall Paper at and Below Cost
Window Shades at Cost.
Department for we MUST
1705 Serend Avenne.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
A SORROWFOI EVENT.
Mica Jennie Warren, of Hampton
Drowned in the River.
BM Te Minimum af an Afternoon of
Merrs naklac aa the Ire---Narrow
t".ar ape oft h companion of the In
roruu at.- Young Mktjr. Irasa"lna
t or 1 1 e Mod
Miss .ennie Warren, of Hampton, was
drownei in tbe Mississippi near the Iowa
side of the channel about 8:30 o'clock
Sat ur,!a afternoon. A party composed
of MisR Warren. Miss Mary Thompson
Messrs. Chas. and Frank Sikes and John
Hermes bad been enjoying tbe skating on
the pool above the government dam and
had reti rned to Hampton when it
propose 1 to cross the nyer, and the
undertaking was at once attempted
Charles sikes was skating and pushing
a hand-sled on which was seated Miss
Jennie ' Varren . Wheu just in the chan
nel the ce suddenly broke and both wen
through into the river. The current
swift at this point and in an instant the
young 1 dy was swept under tbe ice and
lost. Irtnk Sikes was but a short dis
tancc away and broke through at the
tame tine. Tbe two boys managed to
hold on to the ice and call for help. Tbei
compan ons were powerless to help them
on acco int of the nature of the ice, bu
tneir cres brought help from town with
ropes ai d poles, and the two boys were
icnc-ueu aner oeing in the water over
twenty ninutes. The catastrophe cast a
gioom r ver the entire community where
the you ig lady was a great favorite. Sh
was seventeen years of age and adangbter
of Crus er Warren, of Dakota. She re'
sided w tb ber ag. d grand parents, Mr
and Mr. AblePropps, to whom tbe shock
oi ner violent death is great as she was
the onl; comfort of their old age. All
day Hur day and up to this writing parties
have Im -n searching for the body but
without success thus far
HtW RAILWAY FACILITIKS.
yam in mm for the Connril to ttolvr
Tiniifht.-Taa Hunt. - That Mhonld
!. i mMHwai
rrooaoiy me most important action
that the city council will take tonight
will be on the railway ordinances sought
by tbe Moline Electric street railway to
the southeastern bluffi and the Moline &
Rock I i in l company to the southwes
tern poiiion of the city on Ninth street.
Tbe Ar jus believes, as it hts endeavored
to shew that the interests of the business
part of he city as well as the remote dis
tricts bich these two routes lead to re-
spectivily. will best be served hy action
hy the .-ouncil favorable to both The
electric line train Einlileeutli street mid
First avenue by a route heretofore
mapped out anil via a new Fifth aii.l a
half av uue between Twenty-third and
Twenty fourth sweets reaching the Fair
mount terminus of the Central company's
line, would be advantageous to the city.
But jus as much go would be the rights
which Mm Holmes people ask on Nine
teenth s.reet between Second and Third
avenues on Fifteenth street between
Third and Fourth avenut s and on the lat
er ave me to Fifth street over which
route Ibi Holmes people already have a
condilii nal riijht ol way and on Ninth
street lc Eleventh avenue.
The . ouncil, it is believed, will con
aider tb importa' ce of both these oro
posed lines, and let each have its en
couragement, and it is to be hoped
that any efforts heretofore announc
ed or sprune at the last mo
ment by one company to antagonize the
other, w ill be promptly and properly dis
posed tf by tbe council. The A Rous
does nc t believe the electric folks have
any use for. or any right on Fourth ave
nue bel w Fifteenth street, and it does
not think it would be right or just to
give t o different companies right of
way the re.
A Sorrow t rie k en t am Hy.
New? has been received by Mrs. Geor
gians rtixby, of tbe death at Orion,
of her cousin, Mrs Joseph Dor-
man, t;ifc of one of the best known
farmers of Henry county, after an illness
of two lays with tbe influenza, followed
by pneumonia. Her maiden name was
Susie I'urce. She was in her twenty -
fourth year, and leaves two children.
Misfort ine has overtaken the family of
hich the deceased lady was a member
n a manner as singular as it is sad. The
wife cf Mr. Joseph Dorman 's brother.
John Dorman, who is an own sister of
the deceased, and whose maiden name
was Mi egie Puree, is lying at the point
of desth, while Mr. Rolicrt J. Puree,
hrothc of Mrs Dorman, is very ill from
the eff rts of an injury recently received,
and Rev. James Puree, his son, is dan-
gerous y ill at Upper Alton, Mo , and is
suffering from tbe results of a bite by a
vicious dog, and his death is not unex
pected at any time. Truly, lh family's
misfortune calls for the fullest measure
of bun an sympathy.
Accidental or MalridalT
Joht M. Frey, a f rmer merchant of
Molint, and who bad several business
mistor unes. shot himseir in the mouth
Saturdiy afternoon with a Smith & Wes
son 28 calibre revolver, the bullet lodging
in tb base of the brain. Mr. Frey
claims the shooting was accidental, but
it waa probably done with suicidal intent
and tbi sufferer is now at the point of
death. He has been out of emp'oyment
for some time and has been dissipating
consld irably of late. He Is thirty years
of age and has a wife, but no children.
nad it Hair a :etnsry Abo.
Tbt prevailing influenza is not a thing
of lbs nineteenth century soieiy. in
Walter Besant'a ' Fifty years ago in Lon
don" i ppears the following:
Th vear 1887beean with the in-
flonv Everybody nad H. ne unices
J m - SIM - XXI
of the various departments of the civil
..,,.;,. . ,on iieaened becuuse an 01 me
clerks bad influenza Business oi an
kin,i was stoDoed because mercnania
clerks bankers and probers, an nau
influe iza. At Woolwich fifty men or ine
.Ptillerv and engineers were last
i.m fcnanitala flail V with influenza. The
epidemic seems to have broken out suds
HOUSEKEEPER'S LINEN SALE
At J. H. V. IVtrrson'M Hon, to Begin
Monday, Keh ltd. and t'ontinue I mil
All Lot n Are Dlapoaed of.
An opportunity to buy table linen at 25
per cent less than ever offered before
These goods are all fresh and clean. We
recommend them as extraordinary bar
gains. We had to buy the entire lot from
tbe importer in order to get these low
prices. Any persons in need of table linen
napkins, towels and toweling, should avail
themselves of this chance to supply their
wants. We mention a few of the many
goods and prices below, which apeak for
Lot 1 Cream damask. N inches wide
worth 28c for 20c.
Bleached damask, pure linen,
34c for 27c.
Cream damak, soft finish, pure
linen, worth 37c for 25c.
Cream damask, 54 inch, soft fin
isb pure linen, worth 45c for 33
8ame quality and width with red
border, cream damask, worth 45c
25 pieces bleached damask, pure
linen, worth 50c for 87c.
20 pieces bleached German dam
ask, 58 inches wide, worth 57c
25 pieces ot extra heavy cream
damask, in very handsome pat
terns. 58 inches wide, worth 57c
9 Same quality and width with
red botder, 97c, for 42c.
Lot 10 20 pieces bit ached damask, 60
inches wide, newest designs, worth
8(lc. for 45c.
12 pieces superior quality,
bleached satin damask, tt2 inches
wide, worth 67c, for 54c.
15 pieces of Barnly cream dam
ask, 2 inches wide, worth 72
Bleached damnsk, 66 inches
wide, worth 75c, for 61c.
20 pieces of very fine double
damask bleached, worth 85c, for
20 pieces Barnly cream dmak
70 inches wide, worth 90c. for
10 pieces bleached double dam
ask, worth 95c, for 77c.
Fine damask 74c. Napkins to
match per dozen, $1.68.
fine quality, new deMuns, dam
asks, avc; napkins to m.itiu r
dozen, 1 1.68.
19 Extra flue quality damask Me;
napkins to match per dozen,
, f 1 94; napkins to match per
dozen i. f2 .25.
is impossible to euumerate all the
towels and towelings which are included
in this sale it is enough to say that they
are as cheap as the linens of which we
make mention above.
Our full line is now ready. They are
our own importations and we will retail
them at actual wholesale orices. W
have no middlemen to pay a profit to
in addition to our regular line we have
closed out a lari?e lot far below importa
Lot 1 at 5c per yard. It inches and over
I at 10c per yard, 2 to t 1 6 inches
8 at 12c rr yard, I to 3 inches
4 at 15- per yard, 4 to 5 inches
5 at 18c per yard, 4 to 5 inches
6 at 20c per yard, 5 to 6 inches
Lot 7 at 24c Der vard. 6 to 7 inches
The line of embroideries comprises over
"00 patterns, carefully selected and merits
ne attention of anyone interested in that
line of goods. Very respectfully,
J . H C. Pktkrskn 8 Sons,
The I pper End stenoatlon.
The trial of Thomas Allen and Thomas
Maxwell at Port Byron last week the two
young men of tbe village caught as at
leged in the company of two African
lielles in the public school building there
ast Monday morninc resulted in a dis
agreement on the part of the jury. The
trial lasted two days. The evidence was
very conflicting, with apparently a pre
ponderance in favor of Allen, whose de
fense waa an alibi. It is said that both
Allen and Maxwell will bring suits for
slander against those who took the j sui
tor's word for proof of tbe guilty parties.
One of the dusky maidens is a member
f the Congregational church, is secre
tary of the W. C. T. TJ .. also treasurer
f the Relief corps, and a student at the
Fort Byron academy. She and her mar
ried sister are accused by the janitor as
being parties of the second part. They
declare their ability to proves alibis, and
they also are determined to make Rome
owl with that janitor and the rest of
their de tamers.
The Rock Island County Pioneers' so
ciety held its annual meeting in the par
lors of tbe Rock Island house this after
noon and elected officers as follows:
President L. D. Edwards, Water-
Vice Presidents C. B. Knox, Rock
Island: Lorenzo Parmenter, Edginglon;
H. S. Case, South Rock Island: John
Babcock, Hampton: Geo. W. Heck, Mo
Secretary- J. T. Kenworthy, South
Treasurer Geo. H. EdwardB, Moline.
Judge Glenn convened the circuit
court this afternoon, and after the sub
mission of several arguments in the Al-
day case, the damage suit of W. P. Car-
lin against the city was taken up. Car
lin asks for damages entailed to his wag
ou while turning out of tbe street car
tracks near Wagner's brewery last sums
mer. Messrs. Wm McEniry and John
Ryan appear for the plaintiff and City
Attorney Haas for the defense .
Karth to Karth.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. Margaret Stoittu
berg occurred from her home, 422 Eighth
street, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Rev. Aug. Mennicke officiating. Tbe
pall bearers were Messrs. John Ohlweiler,
Max Harder, Julius Stroeble, H Lamp,
John Stnhr and John Holdorf.
important Information to tba Ladies
On and after March 15th next the fa
mous Clark's "O. N. T." spool cotton on
while spools, which has become so very
popular with the ladies and dressmakers
and milliners of Illinois on account of the
fast black and particularly its smooth
running on sewing machine, will be sold
by McCabe Bros. Ladies give us a call
and try this famous thread, you will use
no other if you do.
Having been troubled with a throat af
fection for ten years, and having been
under tbe treatment of some of the best
physicians, without experiencing any re
lief watever, I concluded to try Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup tbe first dose relieved and
a twenty-five cent bottle cured me.
C. T. Wajeblikg.
884 Fayette street, Baltimore, Md.
A NEIGHBORLY ACT.
Ft. Madison Endorses our Gun Fao
I he lirtii CUy'a Citixena' Aaaoeiattoa
Doea a Haadeoaae Thine Toward
Aiding the Tri-Jltlea
Mr. Phil Mitchell, chairman of the
tri-city gun factory committee, is in re
ceipt of a letter from his friend, Mr. Geo
1 1 bcnaier, oi i t. Madison, who is vice
president of the Citizens' association of
that city, who encloses the appended res
olutions which were adopted by that or
ganization last Friday night. Tbe reso
lutions were prepared and presented by
Mr. Schafer and adopted by unanimous
vote. The action thus taken was of
very handsome and neighborly nature
while at the same time manifesting
realization of the importance of the pro
ject. Tbe resolutions are appended:
v rtEREAs, l he business Men s asso
ciations of the river cities of Davenport,
moline ana Kock island are engaged in
the laudable purpose of having the U. S.
arsenal at Rock Island utilized for the
manufacture of heavy guns for coast de
Hexolved, By tbe Citizens' association
of Fort Madison, Iowa, numbering 236 of
its most active and representative men
that our senators and representatives in
congress be requested to give this project
every aid and support and thereby des
velop western resources for manufactur
ing and shipping on tbe Mississippi river
Resized, That a copy of these resolu
tions he forwarded to Phil Mitchell, chan
man of the committee of the tri cities.
and to the newspapers for publication.
Regular council meeting tonight.
Ten cents new satlnes at Mclntire
Spring dress goods arrivinc at Mclntire
Ten cents new sprine cinuhams at
Tohn T. Hass, of Coal Valley, was
tbe city today .
Now is the time to clothe your boys at
Sircon & Mosenfelder s.
The greatest of the great embroidery
sales this week at McCabe Bros.
Pants sale continued, and new lot
added, at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Mr. J. E. Chandler, the Bardolph pay-
lag brick man, is in the city today.
Simon & Mosenfelder have today in
augurated a spicial sale of boy's clothes,
Abe Rosenfield went up the St. Paul
road on a little business trip this morn
There will be services at South Park
chapel by Rev. Marquis tomorrow even-
Mr. O. F Potter, proprietor of the
Freeport Bulletin, spent Sunday in the
Spring has arrived at Mclntire Bros.
Step in and see the new salines and ging
Julius Peelz, of Wabasha, spent yes
terday with his father, Capt John Peetz.
n this city.
Boy's knee pants suits at .68. $1.38,
2 and $3 50. worth double, at Simon &
Tbe sick folks in the family of Mr.
John Warner are now considered on the
safe road to recovery.
Latest pattern hemstitch flouncing, 28
nehes wide, 38 cents this week at Mc
Cabe Bros embroidery sale.
Two Swiss hemstitch skirtings full 45
nrhes wide, 44 and 50 cents a yard, at
McCabe Bros', ibis week.
The Woman's Improvement guild of
Trinity church, will hsvr. a tea party at
the rectory Wednesday night.
A new line of muslins, in all the lead
ing brands, at lowest prices for spot cash
at McCabe Bros', embroidery sale
Great bargains can be had in boy's
clothes, long or short pants' suits, at Si
mon & Mosenfelder's special sale.
You will always do well to take advan
tage of Simon & Mosenfelder's special
sales. They never promise anything but
what they will fulfill.
The Congressional Farmers' Institute
meets at Armory hall tomorrow morning
nstcad o at tbe court house as previous-
Deputy Circuit Clerk Johnson has the
La Grippe." Johnson protested vigor
ously as long as he could and finally re
A great drive 5.000 yards of all kinds
of embroidery newest patterns from one
to five inches wide, all at 10 cents at the
great embroidery sale at McCabe's.
Mr. Andrew Bladel has been dragged
into the whirlpool of republican discon
tent that is already raging over the far
away nomination for township collector.
St. Paul lodge No. 107. K. of P.. is
makins extensive preparations for its
complimentary entertainment on the 18th
nst . tbe Twentieth anniversary of the
FoolWh, confidence-destroying is the
merchant who advertises more er greater
bargains than what he can give. Simon
Mosenfelder rather give you more
than they promise.
There was considerable of a scare in
Moline Saturday night over the discovery
of fire in the Organ company's building,
but there proved to be more smoke than
flame and it was quickly controlled.
A man named McCarty, in the employ
of Iceman Schleuter. of Moline. while
plowing ice on Sears' dam in Rock river
yesterday mornin?, lost a horse which
broke through the ice and was drowned.
Mr. flit- F. Fleming srrived this
morning from San Jose, Cal.. and will
remain until the dried fruit season is over
in charge of Geo. A. Flemiag &
Company's great distributing and ship
ping depot here.
A shooting match was arranged this
morning between Robert Meyers and
Wm. Andrews, who are matched to shoot
against Andrew Kling and Albert Young,
for a wager of $50 . Place and date to
be fixed Wednesday evening.
The sociable and reception by the
Woman's Improvement guild of Trinity
church will be held at tbe rectory on
Wednesday evening instead of Tuesday
as announced heretofore. A cordial in
vitation iaextended to all.
Yesterday was ground hog day and if
tradition holds good, the little animal did
not return to his hole, as he did not see
his shadow and six weeks of bright
weather is to follow. It has not started
in very promising.
Mrs. P. Ecker and family wish to ex
tend thanks to tbe members of Germania
lodge, A. O. U. W , and to tbe friends of
their late deceased husband and father
for tbe many kind attentions paid him
during his sickness and at his funeral.
In accordance with a newly adopted
rule, the stars and stripes are now dis
played in front of G. A R. ball on all
days one tbe evenings of which meetings
are to be held. Mr. John Volk generous'.
ly donated to Buford post a staH on
which to attach tbe flag.
The Milan Canning company, for the
removal of which to Rock Island efforts
are now being made by the Citizens' Im
provement association, already has or
ders for 14,000 cans of its goods for next
season. This demonstrates tbe merit of
the industry as well as the desirability of
bringing it to Rock Island.
Pat McDonnell this morning swore out
a wsrrant before Justice Cooke, charging
D. W. Carney with assault. McDonnell
went to Carney's house on Twenty-fourth
street with a petition to sign for a sewer
infringement. Carney forcibly elected
McDonnell, and heace the complaint.
Mr. M. E. Sweeney, who was very ill
Saturday night and yesterday with in
flammation of the liver, has experienced
a turn for the better and his condition is
very hopeful today and his physician, Dr.
Barth, now looks for speedy recovery
Saturday he was so ill that Dr. Barth
called Dr. Craig into consultation.
The automatic railroad gates for the
Twenty fourth street crossing which ar
nved Saturday, as stated in tbe Argtjb
of that day, are for both sides of the
tracks, so that the C, R. L & P. and C.
B. & Q. have evidently come to an agree
ment and tbe council's determined stand
was not in vain. Tbe gates will be
erected at once and then the morning p
per will be given an opportunity to see
advantages such as all the larger cities
have, notwithstanding that it has been
pleased to ridicule them as tne "Argcs'
TJ. 8. Signal Omn, I
Washington, D. C, Keb, 8.
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
Slight rain, followed tomorrow hy colder
ami rair weather.
To Whom it If ay Concern.
I hose who know themselves to be ins
debted to me are requested to call at once
and settle at my old stand.
The Island City gymnasts of Rock Isl
un win give an interesting programme
at the rink Tuesday evening. Feb. 4th
Admission 15 cents.
"I was most reaily to retutn a blow and
would not brook at all this sort of thine
for I knew I could cure all damages with
Chas. A. Stkki., - - Manager.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5tr.
Q KO. noET'S Great Langhing Sncrem.
"Keep It Dark"
Full of Fun!
A Perfect Comedy Company,
Headed by the Comedlana,
W. T BRYANT and J J. QUINLAN,
Together with the Charming Actress and
MISS LIZZIE RICHMOND.
Don't fail to see Bryant's funny Bur-
will s. bates.
Prices 75. 50 and 25 rents
Just received, all
to be sold at
10 Cents per Copy,
by mail 11 cents.
Identical with that for which
you arc asked to pay from
four to ten times our price by
and Banjo strings
at low prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock Island Iloute.
Secured by First Mortgage,
rOR SALE AT
6$ AND 7 PKR OKNT.
Ivtkkist CoLLemo Without Cbabos.
So tronhle or expense spared to secure choicest
Our Fourteen years' experience and long es
tablished local agencies give us
Call or write for circulars or reference.
ntecNt&7CMrjJG JVtMfOF.T Iff.
in sms or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Intereet 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temp!e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
on Improved Farms in tbe
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
S18 Main St., DAVENPORT, LA.
Spring Weather, isn't it? It is beginning to look like Spring at
New Spring Goods are coming in lively, and this week a special
early offering will be made as noted below. An im
mense assortment of latest effects in
SATINES AT 10
You ought to Bee how handsome these Satines are. Designs
taken from the French. No season has shown as beautiful Ging
hams as this. Splendid variety iuat olaced on sale.
GINGHAMS 10 AND 12Jc A YARD
You can snarcpilv t,pll msnv nf thorn from tha Wktsli Thaxr
are worth seeing seeing yon will
At the Same time We Will show new
, wwewuB u n '"'Ail IlbDO IU1
spring wear in henriettas, serges and mohairs. Special attentions called to new ad
ditions in black goods department. Prices bottom.
T ... , 1 . ... .
1 "vunooK us on wnite goods anrt
Rock Island. Illinois.
I have just opened a handsome lot of Hanging and Stand Lamps, received too
late for Christmas trade, which I don't intend to have hang on my hands.
Call ami SM if the prices don't liear me out in this assertion.
Gk M, LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Avenue.
Men's Felt Shoes 91 00
" Felt Boot Overs 1 00
Arctics 7. 1 00
' Alaskas nil
" Rubbers 40
" Clogs 50
Women's Arcties 75
High Buiti n Gaiters 65
Boy's Arctics 50
Misses' High Button Gaiters 60
" Rubbers 25
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopepia, valued at $6,
to each customer buying 925 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you the Book and explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenut.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
8989 Fifth Avenue.
AND 12c A YARD-
.mr.nrtntinna in WaaIati r.Ma nAm A.
There is probably no
better light for a large
room than this No. 2 Globe
Incandescent Lamp. It
will brilliantly light a
room 35 feet square and
that means 320 candle
power. Any body can
manage it, and I have yet
to hear the first complaint
of it. If you want a splen
did light for your store,
church or Sunday School
room, call and look at it.
My store is lighted by it.
denly and suaaeniy to bs? u"c'