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THE AI1GUS, TIIUllSPAY', JUNE 8, 18JU.
Concert at the Tower Sunday.
George Sutcliff's for wall paper.
Bleuer's full band at the Tower
Rleuer's hand at the Watch Tower
Mylo Lee left today for Chicago on
Fine olives 20c per quart at Drinill
Dr. Lindahl, state geologist is at
Canned pumpkin only 9c at Drillill
& Gleini s.
Ladies" waists from 32 cents up, at
Children's hosiery for 5 cents up,
at the Columbia.
Jersey sweet potatoes 10c a can at
Dnffill & UleinTs.
Tickles from 5c a bottle up at
Driffill & Gleim's.
A full line of fresh vegetables at
Baltimore table peaches 10c a can
at Drinill .v Gleim s.
Hon. E. W. Hurst returned this
morning from Chicago.
M. & K. will give their customers
a great treat tomorrow.
All California fruit selling below
cost at Drinill & Gleim's.
Frof. Comstock in tight wire feats
at the Watch Tower Sunday.
Home grown strawberries at
Buncher's grocery tomorrow.
E. P. Reynolds, Jr., of Wymore,
Neb., is in the city on business.
M. & K. prices for men's suits to
morrow will be the lowest on record.
$3.09 suits at the London worth
more than double what we ask for
Miss Mollie MEniry of Moline.
left for St. Louts this morning to
What a great line of neglige and
percale sdiirts Simon and Mosen
felder are showing.
S. P. Henderson, late of Blue Isl
and, is now night operator at the
Rock Island depot.
We will give our customers a grand
treat tomorrow the best they have
ever hail M. & K.
$6.39 suits at the London are com
petion killers, and they can meet
our price the London.
Wagon umbrellas of extra strength,
both material and frame, just re
ceived at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Dr. G. L. Eyster and wife left this
morning for Chicago where they will
remain a week at the World's Fair.
The committee on new courthouse
of the board of supervisors is in ses
sion at State's Attorney Searle's of
fice. $7.39 suits is what knock their
time out no one can match tnera
for $3 more. We always undersell.
The case against Anton Kullmaii
mentioned some days ago was settled
in the county court today by the pay
ment of $t'i.
Not given away but sold cheaper
than you ever dreamed of. that late
purchase of clothing at Simon &
Rev. J. 11., Kerr left this morning
for Monmouth, where he acts as
judge of a literary contest at Mon
Cash talks, these times. You'd
think so if you'd go through .imnn
& Mosenfelder's and inspect their re
11a! ha! it's a picnic for the M. &
K. No matter what the cost may be
we always do better, tomorrow- is
the day, at the M. & K.
$5, $5.90. $7.50. $S.50, $iu men's
suits that wear, lit and look stylish
and are easily worth one-third more,
at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
The annual commencement exer
cises of the Ninth grades of the Rock
Island city schools are being held at
Harper's theatre this afternoon.
Dr. O. P. Sala and wife, of Bloom
ington. Wis., arrived in the city
yesterday on a few days' visit to their
son Dr. E. M, Sala, and his wife.
Challenge suit sale at the London
N and one that does challenge. Suits
at $3.(i9, K-39 and $7.39, and each
one is a great big bargain. The Lon
don. Billy Gibson left last evening for
Chicago to look after arrangements
for the coming events in which Con
Doyle and Farmer Barnes are inter
Henry J. Meints, of Grand Mound,
Iowa, and Miss Minnie Koch, of
Amity, Iowa, were married by Judge
Lucian , Adams at the Court house
The funeral of John Schmidt, of
Moline, will occur from the resi
dence, Third avenue and Fourth
street, that city, at 2 o'clock tomor
We can't help it that the other
clothing men are not in the
Look, at oiu- $3.69, $0.39 and $7.39
suits see if you can match them for
double the money compare the Lon
don big store.
Now is your time to buy wall paper
if you have not already done so, and
George SutelilT's is the place to buy
it, as his stock is so large that he
Menry Brunswick who has charge
of the Cable residence during the
absence of the family left this morn
ing for Washington, D. C., where he
will visit several days.
The result of last night's meeting
of the carpenters is that the Moline
carpenters working for contractors
who are members of the Contractors1
association, are ordered out too.
A party of about 20 couples of
young people went out to Black
Hawk Inn last night and enjoyed
several hours in dancing and other
amusements, refreshments being
served. It was a very pleasant af
fair in every respect.
It's the lowest price ever quoted
for a man's complete suit coat,
pants and vest besides we have all
sizes plenty for the whole com
munity but one suit to a customer.
M. & K. is the place and there is no
place like the M. & K.
Advices from Chicago today state
that Col. J. F. Kobenson and" J. G.
Talbert a salesmen came together
there yesterday on the street the
latter being accompanied by Mrs.
Robenfon. The assault was of a
sensational character, it is said and
both men are in jail.
Get onto their grunt. Wo always
undersell and that's what hurts 'cm.
Look at our $3.69, $6.39 and $7.39
suits. They are better than those
quoted by the other fellows for much
more money. They know why they
grunt, simply because we do the bus
iness. The London.
Prof. Comstock, the wire per
former, while stretching a wire
from the top of Tower pavilion this
morning, threw it over a live wire
connected with the street railway
lines and received a severe shock
from which he was unconscious for
some time. He recovered afterward,
but is still suffering considerably
from the shook.
heart fairly leaped with
morning, when lie Wiscovcrcil the
water running at the Spencer square
drinking fountain. The diflicultv
had been discovered in the pip' to
the fountain having been grazed bv
a plow during the excavation of
Nineteenth street for paving, a seri
ous leaK oeinir mo consequence.
The fountain is all right and the
public is enjoying its blessings.
M. & K. were the lirst to announce
a special sale of men's suits, which
they bought at a great advantage
and which they were satisfied to give
their patrons the benclit, but like
every other enterprise shown on
their part, it has been the cause of
rattling some of their competitors
and as the M. & K. motto is "never
to allow tht!ir prices to be met,'' they
will give their customers a grand
Stockholders of the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific road held their an
nual meeting at the general offices of
company in Chicago yesterday. Of
the entire capital stock (461.560
shares), 339,995 shares were repre
sented in person or by proxy. The
following named directors whose
term of office expired at this meet
ing were all re-elect eu: II. II. Porter,
Marshall Field and John DeKoven, of
Chicago, and David Dows, Jr., of
New York. The board of directors
as now organizeu stands: k. i
Flower, i Benjamin Brewster, II. K.
Bishop, Henry N. Flagler, Alexander
E. Orr. Davni Hows, Jr., ana Alex
ander T. Van Nest, of New York; II.
H. Porter, Marshall Field. John De
Koven, R. K. Cable and W. G. Purdv,
of Chicago, and George G. Wright,
of Des Moines, Iowa. After the ad
journment of the stockholders' meet
ing, the board of directors held a
meeting and elected officers for the
ensuing year as follows:
President R. R. Cable, of C hicago.
First Vice President Benjamin
Brewster, of New York.
Second Vice President W. G. Pur
dy. of Chicago.
lhinl ice I resident ii. A. 1'ar
ker. of Chicago.
Reports submitted by the directors
showed that the lines owned, leased
and operated by the company in
cluded 3.610.18 miles, of which 3,
879.84 miles are owned, 352.66 leased
and the company has trackage rights
over 377.68. An abstract of the.
'financial statement contained the fol
Gn9 can ings -
Operating expenses andtaxi-s.
. 15 0B3.0H8 57
K-t eamincs 8 5,Sf7.4-'l.(i8
Add net cash receipts of lucd Bold . . 00,000.00
Net income ft,J
From this amount has been
out $5,745,600.46. leaving the
plus for the year $201,821.22.
The only Pure Cream ol Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Mil'iooe of He ires 40 ara the Standard.
UNDER THE WHEELS.
Little 1 .H urn 8waiiou Itun Itvn by a
Laura Swanson, aged 4 3'ears, was
run down by motor car 36 of the red
line, in charge of Motorman John
Stobb, near the corner of Second
street and Fourth avenue at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. The car had been
stopped to allow a lady to
alight, and the unfortunate little
girl with some companions was play
ing in front of the car. In starting
again the motorman did not notice
the child until she was caught by
the wheels. She was picked up bv
ex-Mayor McConochie. who was near
by, and conveyed to the home of her
father, Charles Swanson, 318 Second
street. Drs. Asay and Ludewig
were summoned and found that the
wheels had passed over the body just
below the abdomen.
Nature of the Injuries.
The injuries are such that she
probably cannot recover. Ihe exact
details of how the lamentable acci
dent occurred are not known, as no
one saw the child just at theiime.
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. ami Mrs. E. S. Ballord in Daven
port last evening occurred the mar
riage of their daughter Miss Belle to
Jenness B. Richardson, Rev. E. H.
Lovett, of the Baptist church, offi
ciating. The bride is a popular tri
citv society lady and the groom a
son of D. N. Richardson of the Demo
crat and is himself associated with
the business department of the
paper. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson
left last evening for the west.
At Brooklyn. Iowa, yesterday A.
this city, the well
liked engineer on
the Rock Island road and Miss Annie
C. Sharp one of the most estimable
young ladies of Brooklyn were united
in marriage. The happy couple
have gone to St. Paul on their wed
ding tour. The Akui s joins with
innumerable friends in extending
R. Kough, of
known and well
Lettie E., the infant slaughter of
P. J. Wagner and wife, died at her
parents' home, 930 Fourth avenue, at
7:20 o'clock last evening, of bronchi
tis, aged 8 months and 2 days. The
funeral occurs from the bereaved
home at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Mrs. Cora B. Weaver, wife of Wil
liam Weaver, died at her home, 1013
Fourth avenue, at 1:30 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, after an illness of
two weeks, aged 29 years. The
funeral occurs from the home at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, with in
terment at Chippiannock.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Wil
liam Bleuer occurs from the home on
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
V. M C. A. Reception.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M.
C. A. has arranged to open anil illu
minate the building this evening
from 7 to 10 o'clock. Bleuer's or
chestra will furnish the music, and
ice cream and cake will be on sale
in the reading room. A large re
ception committee will be on duty
and the friends of the association will
find this an excellent opportunity to
inspect the building.
Fall Into L ne.
Join tbe great procestion : It marches to vie
too! It koo? no defeat! Inscribed on its ban
ner is the inspiring battle cry, 'Ir. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery."' Its line of march
extendi across the continent and around the
world! A happy illustration of the popularity
and fuccefs of this world famed remedy. 'Tis
everywhere relieving pain, inspiring ho c.cnring
disease ! For all blood disorders it Is acknowl
edged the safest, the most thorough, the best !
The liver and kidneys respond at once to the In
vigorating touch ; through them tbe whole syeteni
i cleaned and bull up anew.
If yon are sick, indispesed, debilitated, weak,
suffering from malaltons or other poisons, vou'll
find the "UolHcn Medical Discovery" the remedy
par excellence to restore you.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having a tank that cannot be taken elf
for filling, unless the burners are cloaca.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show when the
burners are open or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having glass tubes to show the drip
ping of ca-oline when the 8t)v in use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is ihe only
stove having burners that cam cl be opened
farther than necessary.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all parts made of material
which cannot rust.
1615 and 1617 Secoi d ,J.v-iu .
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cinars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wiH be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
For the beginning of Summer
visit all d-part merits.
SILKS for beauty, style and
omfort, at silk counter
WOOL FABRICS, novelties in
weaves, varied in c lore.
UMBUfcLLAS for the summer
and rain, atUmbre la stand
LAWNS, niUTlina, mulls, defy
the heat, expense not great,
produces "f-tching" effects,
at cotton goods counter.
scotch and d3rasiio.
gandies or ch tiubrey
can't miss thm.
HOS i ERY and gloves ,
a J upturned place.
RIBBONS . nd lace.
siTMAfwi? Trr.ivvn,., ..
u.nia cu-) tor
nie atd utin, at nor
For everything in seas
in ut-auiy ana won
this store is headq
The Columbia :
These Prices Speak for themselv
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
Our $6 23 Laca Curtains now
'ur 5 50 Lace Curtains now
Our 4 50 Lace Curtains now
Take your choice out rf ash basket full for 10c. Buy scd
A bright job four-in hand, puff and tcks in a1 shades
ciioice ior vzc iney win D9 sure to move it tt
prices; come tarlv and get y- ur pick.
Patent Mop Stick at 8c. 3-hoop Wooden Pails 15e. Ha- lia::
up. Spaulding National League 1.25, Parlor Matches ! a pa, ;..
F G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .iv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic anil Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow located in bis new building at the corner of Fif:h avtuae
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. Eoesfield. Tvx P...t:e:
Plumbers, Steam, Gas
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. - - 22.'! Tw-nt ::!;?'
A Gigantic sale of Men's Suits
For some time we have been ne
gotiating with several of the best and
largest Clothing Manufacturers in
Chicago, who, owing to the crisis in
the money market, have been com
pelled to unload. FOll SPOT CASH
we have made a purchase of over 500
MEN'S SUITS which we have placed
on sale some of them at
LESS THAN HALF THEIR WORTH
$3.88 for suits worth
It would be an easy
to quote Suits a-
$12.00, or the ?7..".0 .v :
worth 15.00 as some
the habit of doing, !
FACTS only, and w'
no other dealer can ! '
any of the aboTe
price we are selling.
THEY ARE REAl- '
a.i : "
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island Coun
Shoe Store 104 Second avenue. Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue
Some immense bargains in Boys' suits' among the lot.