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THE AKGU S, SAT CRDAY, APuIL, 15, 181K.
The bo.f1iotst Dolly Bros.
Wash leathVrjUVves at Bennett's f 1.
Wash leather gloves at Bennett's $1.
Wash leather gloves at Bennett's $1.
' Read the M. & K. a.l. on eighth
Next week will e
harg;aiii week at
See the-new styles in pianos
thf? now navilion at the Tower
. - - t
fsrseverv 20 minutes to the Tower
Save 25 per cent by buying your
9boei at Dolly Bros .
TU.vnr-elpct T. J. Medil!. Jr., has
ntnrnetl from Chicago.
New pianos fresh from th factory
st received at Bowl by V
Have vou seen the latest hats?
Uoyd & Stewart have them.
Pahst Millwaukee bock beer on
draught at William Dresscn's.
Pabst Millwaukee bock beer on
draught at William Dressen's.
We call vowr attention in silk and
fancy vests. Lloyd and Stewart
Have vou seen the waukenhose, the
jJatcst thinir in footwear at' Llovd
Edward Burrill, Sr.. is expecting
to sail for Dublin next week on an ex
Wall p:tter and carpets cleaned by
J. 1). Means. 1215 Third avenue, tel
.r children's suits i.50 with the
srenin'- of the M. & K. new clothing
store next Saturday.
75c rniahtv balbnrran underwear
3Ck- with the opening of the M. & K
ifir clolhing tore Saturday.
Mai. Ouincv McNeil came up from
Quincp this morning to spend a con
Tlc of days with old friends.
The I ri-t. try L:ih'r l ongress lias an
imoortant mt injr at Wiircrers" hall
Iavcnport. tomorrow afternoon
Three sou a re pianos that have lust
icen put in good order I will sell at
about your own price at Bolby's.
Read the .special inducements with
the opening of the M. & K. new
clothing store Saturday, April 22.
No music, but $15 suits for 10
with the opening of the M. & K.
new clothing store next Saturday.
An invalid's bill saved vitality re
stored by using Monroe's Tonic. For
sale at the Harper House pharmacy.
-I am completely worn out."
"Monroe's Tonic wilt strengthen you
trv it." Harper House pharmacy
Duties of Wives to Their Hus
'bands." a talk on family life, at the
First Bnptist chftrch tomorrow even
ing. J. Hines. of Bowling township, re
ceived the reward for seven wolves"
scalps from County Clerk Kohler today-
The handsome new clothing store
ml the M. & K. with an entirely new
tock will open next Saturday wait
for it. . ,
Ernest VonArchen left this after
noon for Peoria, where he enters the
employ of a bottling work as travel
Fine corner lot on Seventeenth'
street and Eighth avenue, in Huber
& Peetz's addition, for sale cheap by
A. D. Huesing.
The organs must go. I am hound,
to close them out next week if low
prices will do it. Call in and get
prices at Bowlby's.
Pale cheeks, general fatigue no
appetite, despondency or irritability
cared hy using Monroe's Tonic. Mar
shall & Fisher sen it.
Mrs. Charles Detlefscn is criously
21 at her home on Seventeenth street,
the trouble being inflammatory rheu
anatism ami pleurisy.
M. & K. will open their new cloth
ing store, the largest, finest and best
quipped in the three cities will
spen next Saturday, April 22.
The funeral of the late Ceorge W.
f:opp was held from the family home
1303 Second avenue, at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Key. It. F. Sweet officiating-
.Lost A locket, between Thirteenth
and Eighteenth streets, with yellow
yibbon attached. Finder please re
turn to Aunt's office and receive re
Fruit trees. Ierry plants, grape
"vines, roses, shade and ornamental
fcrees; evergreens suitable for lawn,
park or cemetery. Nursery. Tort
Base ball at Twiu-Citv park tomor
row, Kock Island vs Moline. Bat
Series Moline, Cunningham and
Zeis; Kock Island. Browner and
Sage. Admission 25 cents.
Subscriptions are being received
lor the forty-fourth series of stock in
the Rock Is'land Building associat ion
a paying investment and one that
will promote the growth of the city.
St. Joseph11 branch No. 18, West
ern Catholic Union, gave a verv en
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Wil'lore of tiomee
joyable dance at Armory hall last
evening. The Santa Maria' society
served the supper In Workmen hall.
Mrs. H. B. Sndlow, president of
the Kock Island Industrial Belief so
ciety, has taken the children of the
industrial school out to Cable this
afternoon on their annual pleasure
Charles A. Wing, one of the princes
of advance men, is in the city ar-rano-inir
for the appearance of Robert
Mantel at Harper's theatre in the
'Face in the Moonlight" next Friday
Hess Bros., of the Arnold grocery,
have added an improvement to their
business by purchasing a fountain to
moisten their green vegetables, and
guarantee to keep fresh all goods in
Co nt ractors and mechanics should
carry all the stock in the Kock Isl
and Building association they can
the coming season as the Building
association is a source whence comes
the money that pays for the new
buildings being put up.
'The Young Man in Society" will
be given at the Y. M. C. A. at 3:30 p.
m. tomorrow by Rev. C. E. Taylor.
This is the fifth in the series and will
be interesting. The Wave male quar
tet will be present from Moline, and
render several selections. AH men
There was an attempt again yes
terday to get the directors of the
Tri-City Improvement league togeth
er at the Business Men's rooms on
this side of the river, but only the
Davenport members were present.
Adjournment was taken until next
Thursdav evening, and if there is anv
life in the movement then is the time
to show it. vDavenpirt Democrat.
Miss Poddie Koss, Davenport
gifted soprano, will repeat her selec
tion "Laekme, with which she made
such a charminir impression before
the Harmonic society recently at
Turner hall, Davenport, Monday
evening. April 17. The entertain
niiiit will be rivcn under the direc
tion of M. V. Binzcr, of Keraiwr hall
and the new orchestra, crlee club and
mannolin club will assist. An invi
tation dance will follow the enter
We have received from Messrs
Spalding Brothers a copy of their
Base Ball umde tor lVS, ami even a
brief glance at its contents show-
that it is a book which, as a compen
dium of the last vear s historv of the
national game, easily takes prece
dence of everv work of the kind vet
issued. It is'not only an official roc
ord of the championship campaign of
the National leairue for IM'2. but it is
work specially intercstingas a book
of reference, and instructive in all
the points of the game.
The Fire Patrol." which will be
presented at the Burtis opera house
tomorrow afternoon ana evening, 1
aid to abound in realistic and thrill
ing situations and to have made a
success. In the plav there is a fire
patrol wagon drawn by two magnifi
cent horses, and a view is given of
the interior of the Homestake stamp
mill at Dead wood, S. D., with the
big ore crushers in actual operation
The plot is said to be intensely in
teresting and the scenery excellent
"Ben Hur" was riven another suc-
ssful rendition bv home talent at
the Burtis Opera house at Davenport
last evening. 1 he Democrat speak
ing of the production says: "Mrs.
Phil, Mitchell of Kock Island read
the account of the chariot race again
last evening anil lent it an expres
sion that held the intense attention
of her audience. There are. by the
way, some attendants upon the 'per
formance who go everv evening just
to hear that part of the storv read.
and it is. indeed, something will bear
repetition a good many times before
it would lose its attraction."
llauv women read a magazine
sketch or a novel in tbo same fever
way in which they hurry from a
committee meeting to a tea and from
the tea to a reception. "Oh, dear,
why did I turn to the last page?" ex
claimed a girl the other day, who h; 1
6poiled a good story by her has.y
anxietv to know the end. It was on3
of those stories where the last para
trraph contains some charming and
most surprising revelation. Ex
April Coal Market.
Anthracite coal, all sizes, per
Discount from above for cash ... 2o
Channel coal for grates per ton . 6.00
Brazil. India, Block, per ton... 4.25
New Kentucky lump per ton . . . 4.22
Delivered as above anywhere with
in city limits: cartage added on or
ders less than one ton.
E. G. Fkazek.
Clean your Yards.
All property holders arc hereby
notified to thoroughly clean their
premises, dumping the refuse in the
alley. If done at once such refuse
will be removed by the city wagons.
Supt. of Streets.
40 tears the standard.-
MORE PROPERTY CHANGES
John UrnKtoii PorchaaM the Krll Strip
on Second Anna.
Kock Island's boom in business
real estate is not confined to any one
street, though Third avenue has, as
noted from time to time, been doing
itself proud in the past few days.
Second avenue, however, got a move
this morning and John Bengston
purchased of the Krell estate the 15
foot strip adjoining the Zeigler prop
erty weich he purchased recently.
The consideration was f 6,000, and the
outcome will be that Mr. Bengston
will extend his business block to the
heighth of four stories east to the
Da A property, and provide it with all
modern conveniences, including an
electric elevator, if arrangements
can be made.
Other Improvement Ukely.
A. C. Dart, it is understood, will
at the same time remove the building
now occupied by the Crown restau
rant and erect a nioro ornamental
structure in its place.
Harry Wickman, for a number of
years bookkeeper and traveling sales
man for Stewart's hardware house,
has accepted the position as night
clerk at the postotlice made vacant
by W. H. Dnnker's resignation and
has entered upon his duties.
Postmaster Howard Wells. who has
jHen confined to his house with little
exception for the past five weeks, has
been oranted a sick leave of absencebv
the department for a period of 30 days j
beginning -May 1. Mr. ciis win
sjR-nd his furlough in Wisconsin in
hopes of recruiting his health.
lie Couldn't Marry Three.'"
The above title seemed to arouse
thecuriosity of the New York public,
so much so'that on the opening night
the house was packed to the doors.
The success of the play was instan
taneous, and during the entire New
York engagement the theatre was
crowded. The play is an unqualified
success; the scenery beyond anything
seen yet: the company a powerful
and evenly balanced one, and Miss
Lillian Kennedy as the heroine
'Bess' presents a characterization
which for histrionic ability has never
been surpassed on the American
Perhaps the most distinctive fea
ture about Parsee philanthropy is
that it is defrayed not from a large
capital sum, but out of the incomes
of the donors, and in this respect it
far surpasses in proportion and merit
the notorious but probably more cal
culating charitable outlay of the
Jews. London Globe.
eves are filled with
In vain the
check with beauty
Unless the teeth
is like the
Unless the breath
And Sozodont alone supplies
These beauties that we all so
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
is etill f urnisbiEg their lady customer with
VIA VI REMEDY
at (1.50 per box.
Call end investigate couccmisg the met its cf
the new remedy which i glnirg favor so raptdly.
Komembcr the place
KoomlS, Dittoe Block. Davetipart. corner, .
Third and Brady.
House Raisin and Moving-
Raising-brick buildings especially
Address E. A. ROUNDS,
1515 Seventh Avcnne, Box 1-1
Will Open their handsome NEW CLOTHING STORE
Saturday, April 22.
It is the largest, finest and best equipped Clothing and Furnishing Goods Store in the three cities.
The SPECIAL INDUCEMENT promised to take the place of music, ohromos, pumpkin pies, and
like nonsensical methods adopted by nonsensical dealers will be in 12 different styles of Aten's
100 Children's Suits worth
$5.00 at the rediculous price of $2.50
59 Dozen Men's Balbnggan Underwear IS cent quality at 39 cents.
Is it not moie sensible to give our patrons a benefit of $5,00 on a suit than to toot it through a brass horn and in-
Etead of charging $10.00 you wc uld otherwise hae to pay $15 00
ALIi NEW GOuDfc No old sheddy. shelf worn or moth eaten stuff. Come and see thw new store, the new styles,
the new goods, and epecial inducements offered to thoroughly advertise the opening of the
At the Old Stand, but
This represents th
Best Ming Hacle
on tup: makset.
Jt has more ruhbirg su-fac
tban ai y oih-r. works very easy
and with it th- wa'hing oka
large family can Im turned out
bright aiM- c-esn i - two hotfe
Call ai A examine tbe Que'n of
washfrrs. Sold only bv
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Stere and Billiard Parlor.
AItt&vs on hand the tineyt brands of domestic
and imported dears. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe acorc of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
lOS Second Avcnne.
the New Store.
We believe we show the
liandfomeet assortment of
India Silks in the three
cities. Beginning with fig
me3 "ndias at
FU nrei Iruliaa at
Figured Indian at
8c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Chenej7
Bros', br-autifnl fabrics.
Does, st'el - - - 10c
Rakes, 1 2 tooth, malleable iron, - 20c
Rakes, 14 tooth, malleable iron, - - 25c
Rakes, 12 tooth, steel. .... 33c
Rakes. 14 tooth, steel, - - 38c
Spading Forks, steel, .... 63c
Ladies' Garden Sets, - - - - 25 to 75c
Children's Garden Sets, - - 10 to 20c
Now is your time to buy.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow locatedin his new buildine at the corner of Fifthjaveuue
Sour Mash Whisky
uiuTs u?w woolen
gooas in tDe nw
plain and novelties-
We have added largely l0
our wash goods depuJ
Excellent va'nes in Taiion8
Some are as handsome a Vl,:
Silks, beginning at l2Jo. ' S
J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
& ADLER, Market Square.
Big One Price Clothing House.