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THE ABGUB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1895.
Special Thanksgiving Crockery Sale. ME & ft C01S Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 25, 26 and 27. LASTING FOR 3 DAYS ONLY. To niakc Ibis tale impressive and loot; to be remembered we will give to each purchaser of 50c or over A Beautiful Sourenier. This beautiful present is (riven as we think it is the most appropriate wny of advertising and introducing our vast array of New Goods, Mich a Fine China, Dinner Ware, Bric-a-brac, Art Lamps and Table Cutlery. New Goods, Lowest Prices and Best OjaliUes. KATHRYN. Dinner Sets. A Dinner Set of 100 pieces, band decorated, shapes very artistic, with gold trinimeil handles, worth 15, hale price i 9!). A Dinner Set of 100 pieces, the celebrated Anthony, rhaw & Co' EiiglMi porcelain, the decorated ware, enameled and gold lined, theac set wpro mad" to sell for $18, but we place them cn sale at f 10.60. Othi-r Crockery Bargains. - I'ure white iron-stone china. C handled Tea Cups and 6 Saucers for this sale 2.1c. ti Dinner Plate, eich Cc. 'IVa I'lntes, each 6c. I'ie Plate, each lo. Oyster IViwU each 7c. Extra la' Turkey Platters, worth ! 'c, sale price 4.'c. M'-diiiiu size Platter 18c. Small i.o Platters 8c. 3-inch llukcr, each 6c. 3-tneh Sidn Dish, each 6c. Scollops, 7-inch each 9c. Scollop. 8-inch, each 11c. Hnkers. 7 inch, each 11c. Makers, H-incb each 16c. Cream pitchers, each 8c. Thu choice of three assortments of engraved tumblers fur this sale 3c IK ll. '" ? nemtifiilly engraved, imitation cut "la Walr Pitehe rs 19c. Advance sale of Fine French and Colored Dinner Ware of the well known manufacturers, llaviland & I'ougnt. lin) fancy bordered Fruit Plates, worth -'He, salo price 10c Superior piality Carving Sets, 85c I per set and up. j Young & 1725 Second Avenue, WE GREET YOU . . . :30c And invite you to come in and look over one of thi most complete stocks of Holiday Novelties and tim-st quality Jewelry ever exhibited ii this city. Do your trading where an established reputation warrant continued confidence. HOLIDAY OPENING H. D. FOLSOM, 1 70; Srcond Avenue It Has Often 1 We sell the entire line orks. Tlic Largest fetove Plant in tlie World. A Ien, Mvers & Company iSji Second Ave. Opposite the Harper House The "Jewel" store. Look! Look! A Dlnrer Set of 1M pieces In fine Kufiien Porcelain 1"utifilljr lerors-tt-d. ery plec rfeei.ell eirjr-wlM-ie t r 9. our p r lee for t h I Thank-giving M.e $4.98. Cutlery. Fine steel Knives and Forks, dou ble Bo! star, worth $1 20 per set. sale price 78c for six Knives and six Forks. Triple-plated Silver Knives and Forks, worth 2.50 per set, sale price 11.85. Roger's best plate Knives and Forks. $3 5'l per set, worth (1 75. Roger's triple-plated Silver Fruit Knives, 75c per set. These goods are in plain and fancy handles and are worih from $1 50 to 12 per set Triple-plated Nut Cracks and picks 75u per set. worth $1.50. Nut Picks, 25c per set, former price 9Sc. Linens. Turkey red Table Cloth, guaran tceil fas', colors, worth 25c, Thanks giving sale price 12Jc. 68-inch Turkey red Table Linen, worth 42c. Thanksgiving sale price 25c a yard. . CO-inch Turkey red Table Linen, worth 50c and COc a yard. Thanks giving sale price 35c a yard. All Linen Damask Table Linen would look cheap at 32c a jard Thanksgiving sale price 22c a yard All Linen Satin Damak table linen worth 61c a yard. Thanksgiv. ing salo price 37c a yard. 68 inch Satin Dtmask table linen worth 72c. 68c and 58c a yard. Ihank'giving sale price 48c a yard tit-inch Rleached table linen, beau tif ui patterns, worth 90c. 80c and 75c, lliuuksgiving sale price 6c. 7 -inch Bleached table linen, ex qnisite patterns, worth $1.-5, Thanksgiving sale price 90c a yard McCombs ROCK ISLAND The Jeweler Been Pointed out to yoj that the 'Jewel" stoves are the best. Call and see our immense stock of heating stoves." We sell the finest Oak Stove yon ever laid your eyes on, and at prices that are decidedly in teresting. made by the Detroit Stove SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hass Injured. Pain- fully BOYS FRIGHTEN THEIR HORSE. Which Kicks the Couple OfM the Dash board George Imboir Ron Orer, bat Hot Alarmingly Hurt CmreleMaeM That Should be Stopped. While driving on Third avenue near Twenty-second street yesterday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Fred Has met with a serious accident, and it was due entirely, Mr. Hass believes. to the carelessness of two boys who were indulging in a reckless play in the street. A boy on the curb was bantering a boy named George Jm- hofT, who was in the street, and the latter in backing away to avoid the other, put himself in the way of the front wheels of Mr. Hass' vehicle and before the horse could be stopped fell. The incident startled the horse and it became unmanageable. Two wheels of the buggy passed over the boy, and the horse in rearing got one of its legs over the dashboard anl kicked the occupants of the baggy severely, at the same time hobbling along on three lens and becoming more frenzied at everv hop nntil Twentieth street was reached where the animal was stopped. The Injured. Mrs. Hass was found to be the most seriously injured and was car ried into Ilartz & Ullemever's drug store, where she received such at tention as could be rendered until she could be conveyed home in a streetcar. She had suffered a num ber of painful bruises, and while the win be coniinea to her bed for a week or more in consequence, the ultimate results are not seriously appre hended. Mr. Has is also badly bruised, and is not able to leave the house. Dr. Asay being in attendance npon both the injured. The boy. George Irahoff, strange to say, is scarcely feeling the effects of the ac cident. It should serve as a warn ing to him and to other boys who are in the habit of playing in the public streets, a prac ice which should be put a stop to. After Mrs. Hiss had been removed from the buggy and it was found mac ner injuries were not or nn alarming nature the broken harness was patched up and Mr. Hass drove down home. MIDNIGHT ASSAULT. Tarnkrr Lake Hrmen way Attacked In Hie Room. W hi'e Tornkey Luke Hemenway slumbered in bis little room over looking the court yard last night, he was murderously attacked. The as sailants entered his apartments by means 01 an opening in the floor, and careful lest the slumberer might be awakened, stealthily crawled onto his couch and struck him a blow across the forehead with a pair of ivories. This stunned him so that he slept on. me miruuers men encwed up the tip oituc intiexnngeroi the left hand and departed. When the turnkey woke up and found the bed all besmeared with blood he yelled and aroused everyone in the jail. He lighted a lamp, but his assailants had flown The viliians were two rats who have been playing football and holding concerts, etc. in the lail for some time. They were repulsed by the turnkey a shert time ago, and last night's assault was the result. Dath of Mrs. Wesley Hanna. Mrs. Wesley Hanna, of Joslin, died at her home near there yesterday afternoon at 2 o clock, of rhcuma tism, with which she had for years been a sufferer, and she had" been failing steadily since the death of her husband a week rgi. She was 77 years of age, her maiden name being Agin J. Crook, and she had resided in Rock Island county a half century She was twice married, originally to James Campbell in Ohio and in Rock Island county to Mr. Hanna 47 years ago. sine is survived by three sons Clarence and Wesley Hanna, Jr., and James Campbell. The funeral oc curred at the Joslin homest-ad at i o'clock this afternoon. Beethorra Clob's Rn'ertalomrnta. The Beethoven clu of Moline. which has just furnished its club rooms with a magnificent Chickering piano, has arranged for a oeries of evening musicales fir the coming season, to be given the la-t Tuesday evening of each mouth, which brings the brst , tomorrow night. Rock Islaod friends are invited tthe.e entertainments, the season tickets having been placed at $1 fid for seven concerts. These ticket" are transferrable and mav be pur ha-el at the door of Skinner's hall tonior row Light. Clergy Permlu f-.r 1S6. An entirely new agreement with respect to half-fare permits for the year 1896 has been adopted by all lines in the Western Passenger asso ciation territory, under which cler rymen and others entilbd to half fare privileges under the rules will mace out one application and re ceive a single permit which will be good over all lines party to said gov eminent. As all permits for the entire terri tory comprised in the Western Pas senger association will be issued by Chairman Caldwell at Chicago, it is recommended that application be made at once to the undersigned if it is deired that permits be in the bands of applicants by the brst of the year. U. bTOCKBOL'SK. General Ticket Agent A FAREWELL SERVICE. That Coadacted la Honor of Secretary Blaaalae at the V. M.C. A. The young men's meeting held yesterday afternoon in Association hall at the Y. M. C. A. was the largest of its kind ever conducted there. The meeting was in charge of General Secretary G. C. Blakslee, who delivered a very practical ad dress on the subject of Christian Consecration." This being his fare well address to the association and its friends, his appeal to christian yon eg men to apply themselves to earnest effort in behalf of young men and the association work was spec ially fitting and impressive. The singing was in charge of U. N. Han sen, who was assisted by a quartet composed of Messrs. II.' S. Blake more, J. A. Johnson, C. G. Tavlor and W. J. Taylor. The Orpheus Symphony club ' rendered several beautiful selections during the ser vices. This Evening. This evening a supper is to be ten dered Secretary Blakslee at the Y. M. C. A. building, at which the direc tors of the association will be present, and also Secretary Shepard and Frank Nadler, of Davenport, Assistant State Secretary Bruner, and the new general secretary, Mr. Bailey, of Rockford. FEAR HIM A FAKE. Clerk Believe They Have Been Worked by an Insoraoe Swindler. Rock Island clerks about forty of them are becoming uneay over the non-arrival of policies in the Hawk- eye Clerks' Mutual Insurance com pany, for which they paid an agent, who spent a week or so here and de parted last r rid ay. I here seems to be no question concerning the rel'a biuty of the company, which has its headquarters at ies Moines, but the clerks who paid over their irood money to the gentleman who claimed to represent this company and had tne creueniia.s lo dack it up. are in clined to believe they have been bornswagied, as their policies, prom ised immediatt-ly after the making o( the application, have failed to materialize. The clerks believe the agent, who signed himself H. C. Hunt, is simply pocketing the money and not forwarding the membership applications, ibe agent deviated somewhat in the policy charge selling them as low as 1 and as high as i, and this, too, has led the clerks to become suspicious. An other clerk who ' went Mr. Hunt's security for a railroad ticket has failed to hear anything more of the insurance man. Another Racket. The latest scheme of the imposter is feigning illness and in this way working ou the sympathies of newly made acquaintances. ' Such a party was here last week, accompanied by a woman whom be claimed to be bis wife. Now they have flown, leaving many creditors and one friend who loaned them money "for a few dars. .Neighboring cities are admonished to be on the alert for a couple, the male side of which is playing the invalid in search of more congenial climates. Bull Park No More. Twin-City ball park is to be aban. doned. When the lease held by Charles McIIugh, who has been at the head of base ball affairs for the past seasons, expires nex'. sprinsr. S W. McMaster, owner of the property. proposes to remove the fence and amphitheatre and convert it into resident lots or dispose of it as whole. Mr. McMaster states that he will not permit a renewal of the re lease for base ball purposes, as he is anxious to dispose of the land. Thus it remains for any who may con tern plate the organization of a league team the forthcoming season to search for other Gelds. The M. K Kevlvitl. The services yesterday at the First Methodist Kpiscopal church were of great interest. Seated npon the platform were six representatives of tne metnoaist ministry, liev. J. H Skid more, of Portland, Oregon preached a touching sermon in the morning. At night Rev. F. F. Far- miloe, of Rockford, spoke to an over nowing congregation. lbere were several on versions at the altar ser vice following, and a profound im pression was created. Services con linne during the week aeh evening. Afternoon services will be held at o clock, followed by a children's meet ing at 4:15 Alpha Bank Bobbed. The Stale bank at .Alpha, ab m. thirty mile south of here, wa bur jtlttrized of fl.TOi) early vecterdity moiiiiniT. Dvilamite was emid'ived in training entrance to the vault 1 he burglars came an l nt without w:tken'ng u-picion and the nu'.h r Hies or no out; tine have the least clew as to their identity. A I'hlld RJ ihe pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup -of rig, when in need of a laxative, and 11 the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying results foliow its use; so that it is the best family remedv known, and everv family shonld have a bottle on band. Wiater stxeorsloae To California. Mexico and Florida via the Rock Island route. Home. seekers' tickets to the southwest Nov. 27 and Dec. II. Through sleep ers to California every Monday and Thor-dav. Important reduction in time and rates. Cnll at C. R. I P. ticket office for full information or address John Sebastian, G. P. A., Chicago, or L. M. Al'.en, Gen'l. Agt., Davenport- WICKMAN IS OUT. Friends of the Criminally Ac cused Go His Bail. HOT TALKATIVE OH THE CHARGE. Bat States the Extent of Bis Crooked Deallaae nas Been Exaggerated Boye Hare a Fierce Fight Other Police Court Matters. Harry Wickman was liberated from jail today pending the grand jury's disposition of the charge of forgery held against him. The ac cused's bondsmen are Nels Pierce and Nels Johnson, of Moline, and Axel Erickson, of Rock Island. Wick man evinced great pleasure over his freedom. On the subject of his mis dealings he was somewhat non-com- mnnicative, but ventured with a de gree of confidence that he could prove the untruthfulness of the statements concerning the amount of his stealings. "I don t feel disposed to talk about this affair now," said Wickman. "as enough has been said already. When the proper time comes 1 will be pre pared to present my case. One thing sure is, that the amount of my misappropriatous bas been stretched out considerably." Boys Hare a Battle. tie l Uanahl, a 15-year-old lad re siding on Fifth avenue near Eleventh street, plead guilty to assaulting a l;i-y ear-old companion named Ittner u Magistrate Schroeder s court this morning and was lined $3 and costs. The boys were skatinir on a little patch of ice in the Ninth street slough Saturday afternoon, when some heated words prompted Ganahl n removing one of his skates and landing it over Ittner's head, inflict- ng an ugly scalp wound. Ittner re taliated with a similar weapon and (ianabl came again this time with his fist and put one of Ittner's eyes in mourning. A warrant for Ganahl followed. Officer Kramer arrested m and the trouble ended in the police court. fallen i q mre. The Chandler-Paulsen assault and battery proceedings were dismissed in Justice Hawen' court today bv agreement uf the parlies concerned After Joseph Chandler had Hans Paulsen arrested the defendant re' taliated with a damage suit against Chandler for injury to a horse in an accident, which led up to both pro ceedings. The litigants got together and decided to patch up matters be tween themselves and let bygones be bygones. Tool cum stolen. Oscar Carlson, of 704 Fourth ave nue, complains of the disappearance of his tool chest, containing about 25 worth of carpenters' tools, which he left in the tpicopal chapel yard. where he was doing some work. HENRY A CRACK SHOT. A Bock Island Boy Takes the Cake at Dav enport. The much-talked-of and long- looked-for match at the West End snooting part, at Uavenport, came n yesterday afternoon. The con test ants were Albert W. Henry and William Kay. The shoot was for a purse of $50 at 25 live pigeons each. After the preliminaries had been ar. ranged Henry led off first, killing his bird. &ay followed np and the score ran even up to the eighth bird; then Henry opened up and led his rival to the finish of the shoot. The score stood 15 dead birds for Henry and 11 birds for Kay. Some very fine shots were made by both con testants, but the result was in Hen ry's favor. A great many sports from Rock Island, Moline and Davenport were present, and all were pleased with the event. After the match a num ber sweepstakes matches were shot off at pigeons and targets. Mr. Henrv was congratulated by the many present on his well-earned victory. Licensed to Wed. '23 Oscar Carlson, Miss Sophia Skog, Moline. Charles Bowers, Mrs. Elizabeth Bowers, Rock Island. We Now Have A complete line of both Foreign aiid Domestic Cheese including: EDAM, PINEAPPLE. NEL'FCII A I'r'.L,' ROQUEFORT. NEW YORK CREAM. FROM EG E DT.-ilGL Y. BRICK. ETC. Fresh Vegetables And Fruit. Fresh Vegetables and Frnit always on hand. OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY. Blakeslly & McDonald, 2301 Fifth Ave. Phone 1196. Mc CABE'S Special. We have placed on sale nearly 500 trimmed Sailor Hats. The 11.50, the 11.25 and the 1 kinds all at 25c for your choice. Yon can only ap preciate these by seeing them. No tice our big Millinery window full of them for 25c apiece. 25c takes your choice, only 25c. We also show for this week 200 trimmed hats and bonnets of onr own make. We eive bunch of fine roses free with every one sold before Thanksgiving. We have the most flourTshinc Mil linery department in the west. Good reasons, the choicest goods at most modest prices, many times at a half and a quarter the price asked in millinery stores. A Nice Lunch Free. The Horsford Baking Powder com pany will continue to serve a delicate lnncb free on oar second floor nntil Thanksgiving. Mince pie. muffins and biscuits, with a cop of Ceylon tea wun sugar and cream. Cook books and lessons in baking free. The luncheon will vary each day. China. Just received Saturday a delaved shipment of the most exquisite nov elties in iiaviiand China, onr own importation for the holiday trade which shonld bave reached ns before our opening last week, but wa held for inspection in the New York cus tom bouse. Being a little late, we design mak ing a list of prices that will startle connoiseurs in China. McCABE'S r - Do You w. I intend to spend Thanksgiving Day with the "old folks" down on the farm? If so, you will certainly Want to go well prepared for the cool weather you will probably encounter. We suggest that yon provide yourself with one of our Wool Lined Overcoats. They are warm, stylish, durable and cheap. Wear one, impress the "old folks" with your fine appear ance, enjoy your favorite part of A Turkey and be thankful. Men's Ulster Overcoats 6 5 J, 8, 10. 13.60, 18 , Men's Dress Overcoats, $4. 5.90, 7.90, 9, 10. 123.50. It Won't cost you anything to see these Over coats, and it my be the means of saving you a few dollars should you buy one. Sommers 1804 Second Avenue. Q YOUR CHOICE FOR " W A. HAIR. J? Ea Remember it only takes $2 to secure a pair. Schneider's Central shoe store, 1818 SECOND AVE. HARPER HOUSE BLOCK. THE PLACE TO BUY VVall Paper Ruum Mouldings. Pictures, Picture Frames and Window Shades is at the Adams Wall Paper Company, 310, 313 and 314 Twentieth street Ladies' Coats and Wraps. George W. Lynch, receiver of the Nonpareil Cloak company, has just shipped ns 50 more short jackets which we snail close out at 3 87 each. 3.87. $57, $3.87 good cloth. well made and the latest cut. We also bave left from our purchase of last week abont 500 misses and ladies' coats and wraps which still are on sale at the same cut prices. w e are not in the grocery business. but we know a good thing when we see it, and are always on the lookout. Given Away. We have arranged with the Crys tal Chemical company to give away 1,K)0 packages of the Wagon Box Antiseptic Washing Compound free. The best in the world for washing blankets, flannels, woolen goods, linen, china and glass, and a; so for the bath, being absolutely free from any substance injurious to the skin. Saves soap, will not injure the finest fabric or most delicate colors, ren ders the hardest water perfectly soft. While they last one package free to each lady customer (none to children) 1,000 boxes none sold until all are given away. ; and 22. 11, 15, 16.50, 18, 22 and & LaVelle One Price. $2 Ltdies' c'oth lop welt. pst. tip. Cons welt, plsin, " " torn " " welt -" - tarn - rrg prire S10 4 to 4. to S SO 5 0 S.OO We are bound to close the above goods out, and by offering them at $2 'a pair, every lady ought to secure a pair before they are all sold. Convince yourself by calling on ns to ex amine the goods.