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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APKIIi 11, 1890.
Cook Stoves f Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES.
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1617 Second avenne, Rock Island, Ills. -
-BUY WALL PAPER-
WHILE WE ARE
A word to the wise is sufficient You can t-ave money
by buying of us now.
We have just received ft very large line of Wall Paper, bought at our own prices, to close
Factory line ani will offer the entire lot, nntil gone, at price never heard of before in the
WALL PAPER BUSINESS.
Sund-ird Browns, BUnks at 3, 3, 4, 4 J and 02 a roll.
Sianlard Whites, full weight, 8 yards to roll, tlrst-clsss in every way, 4ic
a roll. Micas A", a roll.
Gilt Goods, 5. 6. 6i. 8. 10 and 12; a roll.
Embossed Bronzed Solid Gold, 13o a roll.
Bny at cure before they;' are all gone.
v m&wkz&c&m h n ft A I
Wall Paper Company,
312, 31-4 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
tyPalntlng and 1'apcr Hunting douc on rhort
KOHN & ABLER,
-Removed to 219
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Manufactured by . . " . . .
T. H. THOMAS,
Tk rrrri at Ttnr.k Island.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Qneer I. leas as to the Canal.
Favorable Xcwg Concerning the Hen
I nepln miNransitrnea hv ih I'hinM
Tribones VVaxhineton Representa
tive. There is a list surpise in store for the
waterway aal drainage people. The
Uennepiners bave stolen mrrh
them. Therierand harhnr nmmitt
of which Gen. T. J. Henderson is chair,
man. today vc ted to include the Henne
pin canal in tbe river and harbor bill and
to appropriate $500,000 for beginning
the work . There were only two votes in
the committee against this half million as
starter. Thu Hennepin forces havfi not
been strong this session because the ma.
jority of Illinois congressmen looked up-
'u me waterwav as 1 icpiv tn tnt it
plice. The fact that Gen. Henderson is
chairman of the committee, however.
goes a long wy towards accounting for
me lavoraoie mton taken. The friends
f the drainag e and waterway project
ave not been in a position to go before
t uiumtiiee ara asK mat anvthme be nut
n this year"s river and harbor bill. Bv
common consent it Las been thought de
iraoie to await the decision on the cous
stitutionality of the drainage law and the
perations of the. dramace commission
before asking t,nything from the general
government in the line of a national
aterway. All that the supporter of
he waterway asked was that the
Hennepin should not be pressed. But
the supporters of the canal, with the
scars of many congressional battles upon
them, didn't propose to wait and be
itch d. and the result is now apparent.
When the river and harbor bill comes up
n me nouse tun Hennepin provision will
be attacked or two points bv members
ho opposed the scheme in past vears.
They will raise the point of order that
the proposed appropriation has no place
n a river and I arbor bill, as the Bubiect
properly belongs to the railway and canal
committee. If ibis is overruled thev will
fight the schem j on its merits. The Illi
nois members will be placed in an em
barrassing posi ion. A majority of them
are of the opin on that Hennepin should
give way for the present to the water
project, but baring heretofore supported
the causil enterprise it won't be pleasant
for them to vole against it. Neverthe.
less, the line will have to be drawn. An
ppropriation of half a million to start
Hennepin means there won't he any na-
tonal waterway this generation.
It is a curious fact that the committee
had before it ('apt. Marshall's report on
the waterway, which was sent to con
gress a month ago, but did not have the
report on the Hennepin surveys. The
Istter report reached the house from the
secretary of war todRy, after the river
and harbor committee had agreed on the
half million smarter for nennepin. lis
ight was therefore not gotten from otti-
rial documents. Capt. Marshall savs the
adopted line over the route approved by
he secretary o" war in 1SSS is from the
Illinois river tbout one and a qunrter
mile? above tre town of Hennepin, at the
great bend of the Illinois riverr. thence
via Bureau Ortek Valley, Penney 'a
Slough, and Rock river to the Mississippi
river at the mouth of Hock river, with a
feeder to Rock river near Dixon. III.
From the Illinois river to the feeder junc-
lon the route w nearly identical wild the
main line located in " 1832. the first
deviation is in the crossing of the main
ine of the Chicugo. Rock Island & Pacific
from the third to the seventh mile. Sec
ond, the straightening of the line at the
end of the thirteenth miles, arross a large
bend in Bureau Creek.
Detailed plans of all work necessary to
establish nivizition over the route will
he completed in a few Ujf, and the full
estimates will he completed and submit
ted within six weeks. It is practicable
at present to s ibmit only a partial esti
mate of thecost of the work, any by
comparison wita former estimates give a
general conclusion. The estimates of
cost in 1885 made a total of $2,951,577
for locks, culverts, wear, .aqueducts,
ripht of way, at a fencing. The present
estimates for ihe same thing foot up
As to the feeder line, the estimate in
1882 was $1,001,117. The present esti
mate is $1, 759,144. For the entire work
the detailed estimates will not vary from
hese preliminary estimates more than
The news is exceedingly gratifying as far
as it pertains to the committee s action,
but 'be corresp ndent has probably put
his foot in it in his efforts to create au
tagonism to a measure of national lm
portance, by tin; champions of the ditch
for the draining of Chicago, which is of
purely local interest. There should
really be no rivalry between thess two
projects, and it is to be hoped that the
ideas of the Tribune correspondent are
no criterion to the general sentiment in
Chicago, which should favor the Hen
ncpin canal, if it expects in return
to receive tin cooperation of the
friends of the great project in securing
the success of its scheme, which is such
as will not be apt to enlist the enthus
iastic support of any other than those di
Supervisor Psarsall, of Port Bvron, is
in tin; city let ling the political pulse
Pearsall has turned himself loose in the
shrievalty race, and doesn't need whip nor
spur. The county townships, especially
the upper end, ire solid for him and be
drops into town occasionally to worry bis
city opponents. When the republican
convention meets, however, PearsaU will
probably find Hock Island and Moline
arrayed against him, and the other candi
dates ready to enter into any combina
tion to beat hia:. Tbe court house ring
proposes to cap' ure the principal nomina
lions and leave the crumbs for the rural
itcs. This has been their game for several
years, and they propose to try it again
hut with what success remains to be
Advertised I Am of letters! N. IS.
Lint of letters onctlled for at the Poslqfflce at
Hock Island. HucK Island county. Illinois,
April 11, U90: . , , ,v
jammer, airs umue
j Uunroe, Ponald C of
1 Baker, Osbora
Newton. Oscar C
Hceves, Mr C A
litis, H -i "
Boughman, Miss K tte
Dennison.W T box 513
G ilday. Miss Anni
Kinu, E T
1 .,.lm Mia. KH'lr
i ;..k.nur Mm M in Stoddard. H E
McNutt. Katherine B Solomon, Kobert
Munch, Mrs Ella Tlmmpton Jamca
Miller, Wm Ttiomas. Mark C
PiUth. B(3 " "
UUWAKO WELLS, P. M.
Farm for Bala-
TWntv acres of land three miles south
n-in Til . rm which there are 400
fruit trees, a g wd house 24x16 in size
with 16x16 kitel en. Uooa outDuuains.
1 ino. Also for sale a lot of lire
.Ar.k. Inauire of A. Jobanson. tailor,
219 Twentieth ttreet, Rock Island. ..
ro-o . hl t sell cheap, and we do
at the "Why," Davenport.
The Choir ef the First. Baptint Chnreli
Stake Krv. 11. t. L.elaa as Appro
The choir of the First Baptitt church
numbering twenty-four members, gave a
sociable which partook of the nature of
farewell to the retiring pastor and
leader, Rev. H. C. Leland.last evening. A
large number of other members of the
congregation were also present. Re
freshments were served and after two
selections by the choir and two solos by
Mr. Leiand, Miss Addie Campbell on be
half of the choir addressed Mr. Leiand in
an eloquent manner and presented
im with a music cabinet of an
tique oak with a silver plate the gift of
II. D. Folsom.and bearing the inscription,
Rev. H. C. Leiand, Presented by the
choir of the First Baptist church, April
10, 1890." Some lady friends presented
Mr. and Mrs. Leiand jointly a fine painU
ing by Mrs. Kingsbury inclosed in a love
ly silver frame.
Mr. Leiand was very much affected by
the beautiful and appropriate gifts and
the tender and touching manner
which they were presented, and
responded with much feeling expres-
ing tbe gratitude of himself and
Mrs. Leiand for the gifts, and said that
the remembrances and the associations
bicb clung to them, would always be
fervently and tenderly cherished.
Rev. Dr. Leiand preaches bis farewell
sermon at tbe Baptist church next Sun
A KeMznatlon and.Why.
The announcement thai Mrs. Georgians
Bixby, so long chief operator at the Rock
Island telephone exchange, has tendered
her resignation to Manager C. W. Bart
lett will be received twith much surprise
and regret all over the city. Mrs. Bixby
has accompanied her resignation by a
statement to Mr. Bartlett of th.' circum
stances which have forced the step.
being, as she claims, not only insubor
dination, but ill treatment and abuse
on tbe part or an assistant oper
ator which has been carried on to
such an extreme, as she states, as to
impair her health, and she believes that
the efficiency of the service as well as her
own welfare demand that a change be
A petition is already in circulation
which is being numerously signed, and
which, before it reaches Mr. Birtlett, will
bear the name not only of every patron ot
the telephone company, but a large num
ber of citizens generally, praying that the
resignation may not be accepted and
that the company take steps as will
be amicable to Mrs. Bixby's retention.
She has been in the employ of the Rock
Island exchange for six years and during
that time has by the prompt and pleasant
manner in which she has discharged her
uties become very popular with every
subscriber to the exchange, who feel that
they have a right to petition for a con
ciliation of accommodations which have
been characteristic of Mrs. Bixby as an
pera'or, in preference to one who has
ot merited tbe same consideration. Mrs.
Bixby is furthermore dependent upon her
situation for her living and she should
not te compelled to make the sacrifice
that under the present circumstances she
feels she must.
Murnli)' Wanted that Steward.
In connection with its reference of the
capture of the Davenport j-.il breaker,
Noel Bradford, at Oeneseo. with the
stolen horse of Wm. Coyne, of Black
Hawk township, tbe Oeneseo Xeie has
An amusing lealure ot tins casa was a
constable named Tom Murphy, from
Coal Valley. Murphy, who is a great
detective, bad somehow beard of the
theft of the horse from Moline. and had
somehow traced the thief there. He was
red-hot after the reward for the capture
of a horse thief. Tbe county gives $50
upon conviction, ana Wm. Coyne had
telegraphed around a reward of $25.
Murphy thirsted for that $75. He de
manded Noil Bradford pompously, "in
tbe name ot the law."
He went down to the calaboose and
saw the prisoner, and was for dragging
him out bodily and carrying him off then
and there. Monesmith and Hanna bad
quite a time cooling him oil. - While
Murphy was swaggering around, JNoel
deftly thrust bis hand into Murphy's
overcoat pocket and grasped his revolver.
Monesmith saw tbe move, and quick as a
flash jumped on Noel, and made him
drop tbe weapon. Judging from the
desperate nature of the lad, he might
have played the Frame Kande act, and
shot down the officers and people right
and left. The best thing that can be done
with a fellow like Noel Bradford is to fill
up a bole in the ground with him.
This week's issue of tbe Cambridge
Chronicle and Aledo Reecril are brilliant
with a fascinating feature called, "The
Delinquent Tax-List." The Union hasn't
been publishing this highly meritorious
journalistic feature for several years, but
perhaps may feel like resuming it next
Well, that depends a good deal on cir
cumstances, don't it? "Perhaps," next
spring, you might "foel," Mr. I'nion, like
you have for the past four years.
The weekly Aruub published yesterday
contains the delinquent tax list as pre-.
pared by County Collector Schafer.and it
shows a number of new additions to tbe
city since the publication of the last list.
together with the names of those who
have been delinquent in payment of their
special assessment taxes. Extra copies
of the weekly issue may be had at the
Dyspepsia's victims are numbered by
thousands. So are thoie who have been
restored to health by Hood's Sirsapa
Uneasy is the head that is not crowned
with with one of the "Why's" nobby stiff
hats, at $1. 69, worth $2.50.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
$6.50 at the "Why," Davenport, buys
a gentleman s suit very nobby ana styi
i8h and extra good value.
Janauscbek, April 19.
Tt ia reported that In the Tennessee
penitentiary women are stripped to. the
waist and noggea on
Fresh oysters at C. C Truesd ale's.
Free marbles at the Golden Eigle.
Wabasha ginger ale at Browner's.
Fresh pineapples at C. C. Truesd ale's.
Nice spring chickens at F. Q. Young's.
Call and get '-'moving prices" at May's.
Lettuce, spinach, radishes and onions
Mr. Lewis Wilson, of Rural, was in the
May's starter 8 bars of "Our Pearl"
soap, for Soc.
A fresh line of vegetables and straw
berries, at May's.
Nice ripe bananas, oranges and eating
pples at Long's.
Read ad. in want column and join the
short hand class.
Supt. II. B. Sudlow, of the R. I. & P.,
is in Peoria today.
Mr. E. II. Johnston is very ill at his
home at Port Byron.
Dr. J. W. Cowden has returned from a
business visit to Chicago.
Nice lettuce and raddishes at Brown
er's new Elm street grocery.
Sensations Read the Adams Wall
Paper Co. ad. in this iBaue.
Fine lettuce, spinach, raddishes, onions
and beets at F. G. Young's.
Must be sold one car load of May's
patent flour, at $1.10 per sack.
Fresh tomatoes, asparagus, cucumbers
and spinach at C. C. Truesdale's.
Special bargains in every department
at the Golden Eagle tomorrow.
Tomorrow only free mirbles with
every sale at the Golden Eagle.
The Winnebago Indians will give a war
dance at the Industrial fair tonight.
Mr. II . C. Whitridge and family have
permanently located at San Jose, Cal.
Pat Rooney will display bis "new
wardrobe" at Harper's theatre tonight.
A bag of assorted marbles free with
every sale at the Golden Eagle tomorrow.
B'iys. go to the Golden Eagle and get
bag of marbles free with every sale.
Re id the Adams Wall Paper Co'a. ad
vertisement in this issue. It will interest
Help! Help! Help us move it will
pay you. uoods must be removed at
Prices paralyzed Read the advertise
ment of the Adams Wall Taper Co. in
Tbe drilling of the artesian well for
Mitchell & Lynde hts reached a depth of
wenty nve feet.
Capt. Lvon, the new officer at the
Rock Island arsenal, arrive! with his
family last night.
The grading of Spencer square, prepar
atory to putting in the cross walks, hs
Tbe Wisconsin Indians took in the In
dustrial fair last night and lodged at the
armory. They are bound south.
Temporary store and tool houses have
been erected on the point of the Island
for use during the repairing of the draw
Rev. T. W. Grafton has accepted the
call to tbe pastorate of the Christian
chapel, this city, and will be here the first
Sunday in May.
The Golden Eagle can now show a full
nd complete line of boys' and children's
clothing, at prices 10 to 20 per cent lower
Capt. Whisler brought the F. C. A.
Denkman out last evening and started up
he river this morning for a raft for
Weyerhauser & Denkman.
Mr. C. F. Fleming started for his home
at tan Jose, Cal., last evening taking
with him a tine Columbia bicycle which
Air. Cbas. Mcllugh sold him.
It is a safe assumption that the R xk
ford Construction Co. has decided to lo
cateils plant at Sears, though nothing en-
irely definite has yet been learned.
The Tri-City Independent, of Moline.
appears this week with column rules
turned in respect to the memory of its
deceased editor, Geo. G. Thompson.
Rev. Dr. Addis Albro. of the Moline
M. E. church, has accepted a call to the
First Methodist church at lUica, N. Y.,
and will enter upon "his new pastorate
The farm of Newton J. Hubbard near
Hillsdale will be sold tomorrow at 3
o'clock. C. B. & O train to leave Rock
Island at . :40 a. m. A rare chance to get
a good farm.
The C..M. A 8l. P. will sell land excur
sion tickets on April 22, May 20, Sept. 9
and 23, and Ojt. . 14, at one fare for
round trip. Tickets are good for thirty
days from date of sale.
William H . Long steward on the new
steamer J. W. Van Sant, is laying in pro
visions and material for the cook house.
pantry and cabin. Tbe handsome craft
will leave for tbe north Monday.
Tbe Orpheus club, of Moline, consti
tuted the most attractive feature of tbe
Industrial fair last night and a number of
enjoyable selections were rendered. To
night the Ocarnia club appears.
Tbe marriage of Rev. Geo. E. Piatt,
formerly of this city and now of F rank
lin, Ind., and Miss Lillian Cbannon. of
Day en port, occurs at tbe bride's home
across the river ne.it Wednesday even
Mrs. Mary Schall died at the residence
of herbrother-in-law, John Schall, in Coe,
yesterday morning. Her husband was
killed in Missouri during the war. Her
age was forty-five years, and she leaves
The body of Edward Shailin, tbe boy
killed at Colona yesterday morning, was
brought to this city last night and the
funeral will be held from the bereaved
home on Seventh avenue Sunday after
Victor Hugo Schmidt, a leading real
estate man of Seattle, who has been the
guest of C. Leiendecker, departed yester
day for Rock Island, where he takes unto
himself a wife ere journeying to his west
ern home. Muscatine A'eiei- Tribune.
An important town election ia to be
held at Port Byron next Tuesday. The
license question will be the issue, and
there is likely to be a close fight both
sides claiming a majority of three. The
town has been without a license for ten
A great many of the Golden Egle's
boy friends not being able to call last
Saturday, it has decided to give them
another chance and will tomorrow give to
each purchaser a bag of assorted marbles
free of charge. Remember, for tomorrow
The Union brings out Dr. W. F.
Bougbton, of Edgington, for the legisla
ture, this morning. We supposed tbe
doctor got abont as much recogniii on
from tbe party as he was entitled to
hen Gest gave him the tdgington post-
Messrs. Wm. Atkinsoa and Wm.
Nevins haye been on a visit to Galeaburg
and Bardolph looking after brick for their
contracts in Bock Island and Davenport.
The two blocks on Eighteenth street will
be put in before woik is commenced In
8. E. dance, Supt of the Hannibal &
St. Joseph railroad, has issued a circular
announcing tbe appointment of P. H.
Houlahan, formerly train master of the
Rock Island and 8u Louis division of the
C. B. & Q , as assistant superintendent
with headquarters at urootneid.
Mrs. Junes M. Buford entertained a
number of her friends in honor of her
neice Mrs. Capt. Sanderson, of Ft. Or
taria, yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Phil
Mitchell gave a number of recitations
and Misses Edson, Connelly and Anna
Buford gracefully served the guists.
John F. Bollman and Bliss Hannah
Leonard were united in marriage at St.
Joseph's parsonage by Rev. Thomas
Mackin Wednesday evening. The young
couple, who have many admiring friends
here, have entered upon the happy duties
of housekeeping at 813 Second avenue.
The need of a street sprinkler is being
felt along Second avenue today, and
anyone who thought for a moment that
there would be any time when the pave
ment would not need sprinkling, has
found out his mistake today. Let the
sprinkler be resurrected as quickly as
quickly as possible.
Assistant Supt. Hill, of the Rock Is
land lines of the Holmes syndicate, is
having the sixteen open cars of the Mo
line & Rock Island and Union line, and
tbe six bridge line cars repainted and re
paired at the Moline avenue car houses.
preparatory to substituting them for tbe
closed cars now in use.
The Carpenters' Union of Rock Island
has through a committee composed of
Gustav Elotz, Robert Hudson and Chas.
Heideman, formally notified the carpen
ters and builders of Rock Island of a de
termination that hereafter nine hours
shall constitute a day's work, with an
advance of three cents per hour.
Col. Clendenin has an order from Ad
jutant General Vance, I. N. G., discharg
ing (Jo 14. eixtn Kcgiment, rvted at
Mcndota. This is upon tbe recommen
dation of the company commanders and
the regimental and brigade commanders.
Honorable discharge papers for all the
enlisted men in the company will be pre
pared. Capt. E. F. Higgins and the
commissioned officers will be honorably
mustered out when the property account
ability has been closed.
C. A. Steil, - - Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., APRIL 11th
Konr Grantl Consolidated Attractions. The Great
The Witchine Ellin Star,
MISS KATIE ROONEY,
The Qnaker City Qnartrttc Laird, Ernest. Fieri
and Graham. The New York Star Comedy Co..
.losie Rooney, Emma Howard, James Vincent,
Warren Ashley and Wm Eunice. A perfect cast
for tne characters in the papular musical.
comical comedy in one lanch. three acts and two
intermissions, endinjat in :fu and called "Asana
PAT'S NEW WARDROBE.
O Hoolan, ..... Pat Roomt
The Funniest Irish Comedian,
Tne superior of all dancers, and the
Drollest and Uuainiest actor on earth
tSTNo extra charge for this tbe best of all
shows. Prices 25c, SOc and 7ic .
C. L. Grates, Busiuess Manager.
"ai. A. Steel, - - Manager.
ONE KIOUT OXI.Y.
TUESDAY EYE., APRIL 15.
W. S. CLEVELAND'S
Led bv $100.00 a Day
, (IIm last appearance prior to a trip to Europe)
An merry, mirthful Donifherty. Burt Sheppard.
John Queen. Harry Lieliton, The Two Virtoa,
J . Marcus Doyle. Catcel Brydges aud
Sumptuous Spectacular cenir first part, the
most Kiireons ever produced. enetian Niehla.
The oriental Oriental Pnlrol-marrh. The Egyptian
Phalanx. Amazinz Antipodean annex.
4 Little All Rights! 4
ha. R Cleyei.akd, Business Maugr.
'nas. H01.1MN. Uene ral Aec nt.
lrand i'armle of this powerful organisation on
day of -erformani-e
scale or rr ces-'jsc. aiic, 7r and SI .00: reserv-
ed seats may he secured at Clemann A Salriuann a
Table and Shelf Oil
1100 M Ai:r PICTCRE
t"Pletur Cord, Twine, Kails
aud Hooks at loweat prices.
Call and see.
C. G. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Coder Rock Island Boot.
in sras or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms 3 and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 1BL.ASD, ILL.,
COR V RIftXTQb
Spring Styles now Bead.
In Our Curtain Department
Yon will find this week eight special
bargains in lace curtains.
The above mentioned are worthy of
examination . Better ones too, if wanted.
Three special numbers in dress
52in. All wool 49c
52in. " " 53
64in. " " Broadcloth Finish, 75c
These flannels come in plain and
mixtures, and while suitable for dress
goods are being largely used for chil
dren's and misses' peaaent cloaks.
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Ilarper'a Theatre building 1 heir
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEM AH N & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
POPULAR STYLES, FIRST CLASS MATERIALS,
of every Weave, In
Prices ranging from ISc to as. as each.
Fashion has dictated that the
popular Trimming for tbe sea
ion shall be
Onr atoc k la not short
About 100 different designs. Stylish and pretty. From S1.00 to 113.00.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 Riven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call In and let na show you theook and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL BHOX STORK, 1118 Pecond Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STOKI)
ft93t Fifth Aveis.
TENNIS Flannels, all wool, hand
some assortment, fast colors. 49c per
SKIRTS We show this .week the
latest in ladies' spring skirts.
Black satin skirts, fast colors.
Grey moreen skirts.
Black moreen skirts.
Grey and black mohair skirts.
We offer them to you at less prices
than you can make them for.
Please examine when you call the
Double Fold Cashmeres yard, 10c
Our 75c Batten Corsets, 49c
Linen Towels, 5c
Fancy Linen Napkins, 5c
Misses' Blouse Waists. 63c
Lidies' Jersey Jackets, $3 50 and up.
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