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THE ABGUB. WEDNE8PAT, APB1X. 13, 1896.
THE ARGUS. laU4a4 Dafty ac4 WaaMy at MM H totk lalaad, m. Batata ail . W. Pom PtTMJUBaV TnHS-Dallj. 10 MM pw WMk. WMklr. fAOtast wn; Ib sdyaac. 11. M. AH WwltilloM sf a critical w mumi Bra esaraetar, political 0 rallirloaa, But wal MM attacas far pabUcatloB. . aack ftlateainhaprlateAaTOT etnlow atfnatwaa. rtmia-alian soUcttad tram ttwrj lowaaalp taloakkiaadwtatf. WDRK.iDAr, Aran. 15, 1896. Caft. W. C Hexxett Is a model chairman; that much cannot be gain alt. Sister Patxs was frightened al most to death, if things did coma out right after all. Now that the convention is over, S. J. Collins may take time to ask 'himself where he Is at. lit a I.5LASO republicans who want recognition in county politics during the next two years will be obliged to call at the corner dmx store. When C L. Walker has any politi cal ambition to gratify in the future he will be obllad to coniidi! in some one other than Steve Collins that much is certain. Had not the plucky citizens over powered the masked robber at the residence of It. A. Donaldson Mon dsy evening, it is likely that Chief Ktel's house would have been at tacked next and his badge, brass buttons and boots taken away from him. Seventt-iivc delegates, represent ing 60.OM) Modern Woodmen in camps located along the Illinois line of tuo Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad met in Aurora to make ar rangements for a grand picnic of organisation to no lieiti at Uarling ton Park June 24 and to form a per manent association. , That portion tl- the resolutions adopted by the republican county committue yesterday relating to the currency was a regular McKinlev financial straddle. Without investi gating, the wording appears some what similar to the phraseology em ployed by the franivr of the recont Ohio republican platform. Wins the present administration of municipal affairs shall have passed into history it will be distinguished mainly by two things the first, that citizens were forced to remind it of its neglect of good streets by erect ing monuments of the accumulations on the pavement, and second, by the fart that that masked burglars en tered the houses of citizens and held up people assembled for a social evening a thing unheard of .before in any city. ' Tnr. Fourth ward delegation was the only one which was divided as to seats In yesterday's republican county convention. Tho Thomas "mashcon" sat together, of course, but Steve J. Collins played tho part of the lone fisherman and kept hie own company. He talked in season and out, but the chalf enforced the rnles of decorum nevertheless - and the politician of enforced retirement found his lot a miscrablo one. La I'sixm, which is an autonomist newspaper published at liuines, Cua, which is in the province of liavanna. shows what the eost of the Cuban war has been so far. It gives the figures as follows: War eprne s rtinnno :rMiurMn nf wiiirtr rati iiiwmi i,-Mr nt aais ftuk,i .Mile i Turn, ilMniinl a Sire ..wkiM tiiHiHi intr llr ilctmyrtl timnii lA1f C;M .klrt4 llltMHMt Totkl frn (( This paper says that five years of peace would b necessary to make good the losses of a single year. IT would be difficult to contem plate anything more repulsive to good taste than the trash which was delivered before the republican county convention yesterday by as pirants for recognition on the state ticket. The visitors were introduced one by one and notwithstanding that each was limited to five minutes the delegates became so weary that they wished each one was the last but still they kept coming until an hour was consumed in this ridiculous manner. The buttonhole method is far more convenient to the approached than to bare a convention as yester terdsy's was, with self laudatory ef forts. ' The II neer-Prcs of St, Panl thus summarizes the main provision "of the murh-disensscd Haines1 liquor law of New York: "It abolishes all excine boards: raises the- liquor li. cense in N. w York city from $260 to tO0; imposes the license fees on all clubs, with the same restrictions as govern saloons: raises the drug store tax to S10O: iriffM ntiM.itiir.4 u - tx ceoso money to the state and the re- maIm.Iav ,1 . . ' " :ouniy; permiu local option in small towns: prohibits the licensing of saloons within 200 feet of schools and rharrh... f.ku. . iui um, 1 1 CC lnnch attachments, and prohibits the sale of drinks with meals at restau rants on Sundays." Waravaa mm tha Sckvoi Board. The Akgus has never been in favor of electing women to the school board. 'It' conviction has been that women have a loftier and nobler call ing in life than in entering into the turmoil of'public affairs. When the proposition was first made to The Abocs to support a lady for a mem ber of the board of education it un. hesitatingly asserted that it could not conscientiously support such a movement. Nevertheless it has un der no circumstances made a sugges tion that conld be construed as car rylng a purpose to be nngallant or disrespectful toward the ambitious ladies who have been recognized in conducting onr public school affairs. Nevertheless last night's action demonstrated that the lady members of the present board have been im posed upon. They have sustained a superintendent whose chief offense has been a disrespectful at titude toward the very sex which has upheld him. A tender . compassion has taken the place of what should have been a stern purpose of duty in dealing with a man such as Mr. Anient. The woman school board director has been found out of place. , Law Bata Kscaratoaa. The C. B. I. & P. railway will sell tickets at very low rates for the fol. lowing meetings: G. A. R. encamp ment, at Cedar Kapids April 28-30; American Medical association, at At lanta, Ua May 2-19; Baptist anni versaries, A s bury Park, N. J.. May 19-27;. Iowa State Medical society, at Ues Moines April 15-17; Prohibition convention, at bes Moines May 13; State Dental association, at Mar ahalitown May 6-8; General confer ence M. E. church, at Cleveland, Ohio, May 1-31; eighth annual in stitute Young People's society of the United Presbyterian church, at Omaha August 19-21. Also heme seekers' excursions to the west, northwest and southwest April 21 and May 6. The above are only a few of the (points to which reduced rates will be made this season. Quickest time and best train service via the Bock Island Route." For full information call at C. R. L. & P. railway ticket office or address John Sebastian, G. T. & P. A., Chicago, 111., or L. M. Allen, G. A. P. D , Davenport, la. So Cfaarae Foa tha Jurist x At nnrrcuVburg ono day Judgo Card well sutnnimu U u ncKro boy iu his court to testify in a enso. Tho following cou vvrsutiou tliHi Jotk l-laco between bis honor and tiic boy : "On yon know good from bad?" "Ytm, sir, Ijh. e')eoeduz." "Can you distinguish the truth from falsehood?" "Yes, hall, I kin extinguish trnlh or anyllttng efco efif joS'H uTiume nulf vrn tnr." "Do yon know Mhat will boconie of yon if yon torti to n-Jfo?" "No, sail, Jotlxo. Dux yoo?" "Whero Uxt tho devil live?' "You'll tuber lt toeo Lira. Ho Jives in benven. " Louisville Coorier JonrnnL Two LItm !. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hopo for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery com pletely cured her and she says it saved her life. Thomas Eggcrs, 139 Florida street, San " Francisco, suf f u red from a dreadful cold, approach ing consumption, tried without re sult everything else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discov ery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in eeughs and colds. Free trial bottles at Harts & L'llo meyer'a drng store. Regular size, 50 cents and f 1. A ralM Dlagnosla. I .a grippe is confounded by many persons with a severe attack of ca tarrh, which In some respects resem bles the former. These individuals suffer severely with pain about the forehead, eyes and ears, with sore ness in the throat and stoppage of the nasal passages, and in fact, are incapacitated for work of any kind for days at a time. These ere ca tarrhal sufferers. Ely's Cream Balm has been nsed with the beet results in such cases. ' The remedy will give instant re.icf. For Ovar Strry Taftra Mr. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It sorlhet the child, softens the gums, aliays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. I'afartaaata Paapla are they who are afflicted with pim. pies, boils, carbuncles, running ores, ulcers, scrofula, cancerous or syphilitic affections, or any other blood taint whatsoever, and do not try a 60 cent bottle of Foley's Sar saparilla. For sale at M. F. Bahn sen's drag store. ahawaaaChfld,ahacrMfar Kha.alMcWs-to Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. aCaaSaatx "DR. MILES, Through His Nervine Is a Beli ef actor to Thousands." - f a WIDELY known Wisconsin publisher, who resides at Green Bay, writes March 6th, 1335. as follows: "Five yean, ago I became so nervous that mental work wus a burden. I could not rest at night on account of sleeplessness. Sly attention was called to Dr. Miles Restora tive Kcrrine, and I commenced to use it with the very best effect. Since then I have kept a bottle in my house and use it whenever my nerves become unstrung, with always the same good results. My son also Ttr Mil PC takes it for nervousness " 1 11165 with like never failing JfCrVillC success. I baverccom- n mended It to many and RCStOrS it cures them. All who Ty.ixi. suffer from nerve tlC&lUl.-.,. troubles should try It. It is free from narcotics, perfectly baaSn lees, and yet aoowies and strengthens. Dr. Mile, through his Nervine 1b a benefactor to thousands." A.C.LEHMAN. Editor and proprietor of Der Lasdsmaii. Dr. Miles Nervine, is sold on guarantee first bottle will benefit or money refunded. As the Various Flowers unfold themselves during '(he. season, as many varieties in styles, cut and shape of gentle men's clothing will gradually be revealed as the season advances. A iirst-class tailor is the only one posted on futures. ' Put yourself in the hands of HOPPE and yon will be sure you have the proper thing in style, goods and fit. You will be sorry when you have to discard them. HOPPE Tho Tailor. m School of Dress IMing corns uuKse hi clitiiis. Onr SCHOOL is decidedly the best place In this vicin ity to learn tho entire art of French Dress Making. Pupils make dresses while learning. Good positions for competent persons. Fashion plate and circular free. Reduoed Rates for the next 80 days to those taking the system. AGEHT. SS and St, McXaoru BolMlna. DAVKNPOKT.U. nROPOSAI FOB FRESH BEEF AND TSUT, . i. ii in l. vi vuwi t-ouiBwary, lutcairo, III.. March 17. IsjS Sealed pntpo-al in tripli cate, acooaipantad by written Knar&nusea in ia plicatai a-nd br iwo rraDm-illti wnuui. will be received here oniil 13o'e:ck. M.. Friday, April 1? T.l. -. ....., 1 . . . . . . for f nn.irlnnr and drlirerr of nch rinimtiii.. nf freab beef and mutton a may he rird by tbe Sutamatrticc Det ailment at Fort Braar. Mich., wucivuu uMrKBv. m it. . rore xaycowortlt. Kn . rort Kcno.Ofcla . Fort Biley. Kui.. rort brida. 111.. Fort all). Okla., For: Wayne, M:ch.. Inliananolia Aienal. Ind., and Rock 1 el and Arsenal, Hi., daring nx racntba commencing Joly 1. 188. Propnaa iveeired nptoandupaned -i in mow "-u r mi mr Beverw noma ay coujaUs aarieaof oth (ot, eacb novt cntnmitaary rr- teir'm proao-a a for al own pott on'y. "pph beer na 1 be good In qmlliT and oaditloe. flt for unraeaute nae. axa from tore and Bind quarter iirmnMis.itr, incminr ail oet tux taerenf. Fra.b mntton chal b,of rood, f .t nA aiarketable qaaliry, from rethra oer one and andrr three year, o!d Beef and mutton to be an m ana trimmea and de!terd a pi arnrjeu in (lirt ir or lntnrtlon. piopuaaia lll be aim rece vea atating price, et which bid der ill da It, r fmh beef or Button of character above rtaud. and to be delivered nf iempratare aot rreater than Si derreea Fanrenbeit. Fail it- ronnaticn farained on aprilication bera or to comml-rary at any port. Government reaervea rigbt to reject any or all prouoaala. Knvvlopea cuowainc prapnaaia anoam De maraea ITTpo ala for treab Iteef and Mnt'oar. and addressed to aadenlsned or mmieaary at Boat bid for. Tboa. C. ball! ran, CoL A. C. U. 8. BRASS, BAND Itrrastnmaavrta, lrrrrssft. Irfnrr frnr. , a-ie gtofatr K-t t tTTll C'rvtrpat. ImW- Ul9tntrmim,rat7ef fTi ft KT.m4 Moic t IartrorfafTr AmatrTrrBAiMltv. (W. Aw . am4 A wnm a ftMr,IB. Kellosg WANTED W ANTED A GIRL. AT SfS SIXTEENTH street. - JANTED BOARDERS AT 1W FIFTH avenue. w ANTED BOARDERS AT 1810 THIRD avenue. WANTED A GIRL. FOR 'GENERAL housework at 1M Fifth avenue.S WANTED A GOOD RELIABLE GIRL AS cook. Aimlv to Mrs. Phil Mitchell, ru Twentieth street. TV" A NTED TO TRADE A SEWING mX v chine for a horxv Call on or address "W.," 1314 Second uvenne. WANTED AGENTS ON SALARY OR commission. Call at Argfs oftioe be tween s and iu tomorrow morning. T ANTED-BOARDERS IN PRIVATE FAM v V ily. Front rooms with all modem con veniences. Reference exchanged. Address C. E. A Hi. cs office. VVTANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE V V A. C. W." attachment. Chances anr skirt to bloomers instantly, and back apain: worn on the belt. Price au cents. W. O. Olin. in Fifth avenue. Chicairo. Vr A XTED DISTRIBUTORS (LADIES OR the Cnited States to pass free samples of tea: blir money. Address with stamp. Thomas & -vnaerson. Houth Ueaa lad. VTANTFJ-GENTT.EMAN OF GOOD A D v V dress with 40 cash wishinir u doutile in 4TLE vestment weekly, and eniraKe in permanent. irenieei. leiritimate business, sea rawkes be tween 4 and e o'clock p. m., Roek Island Huuse. tlTANTED TO BUY FOR CASH. SECOND V V hand iroods of every description. Money to loan on chattels and ull articles of value. Goods stored and sold on commission. Leave your order at 1822, Second avenue. J. w. Jones. "tf ANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR V V 75 a month salary or lanre commission selline fctaple Koods by sample to dealers. Kit perienee unnecessary. Write us. Household Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin cinnati, Ohio. yANTKDSCHOLARS TO LEARN THE v V French Kellocu system at 151 1 Second avenue. Tbe complete system embraces the model, complete intructionsin cutting, tltting. French bastinK and bouinu for only tio. Usual price for system complaie, &5. Mrs. M. R Lawson. VT A NTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF V V nil kinds who can furnish references to use Thb Alters want column. Calls are re ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc., who can eome well recommended. Try this column for a sanation and if you are reliable ju 111 kci use. FOR BENT. F !OR RENT -ONE-HALF OF 10O-POOT store. Uest location In the city. Address U. B. A." TTIOR RENT NICE FLAT OF THREE A- rooms in Industrial Home. Steam heat ana gas store. 'Apply to T. li. Thomas. TpOR RENT SECOND STORY OF A HOUSE -a. on Third avenue- nice rooms, suitable for small lamuy. Kent 7. Inquire at 1110 Third avenue. UK)i: RENT ON MA Y I AN EIGHTT-liOOM A. houe with all modern improvements, not nenunK, . .is seventeenth street, in quire of Meyer Rosenlieid. isib Seventhja venue. XflOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER a. nuikiinK corner Fifth avenue and Thlrtv- nrst street opposite C..R. I. HP. depot. For particulars call at shoe store of Peterson or i. a. noestcr & Co., 107 Muin street. Daven- pon. FOR SALE. "ClOB. SALE NEW H-KOOM HOUSE, s803 oiibo avenue. Apply on premises. IKH SALE A HIGH GRDEHICYCLKIN tlrst class condition for C0. Original cost FOR RALE A FIRST-CLASS RELIABLE family or livery horse. A bargain If taken at once, inquire at Tblrtl avenue. JpOR SALE ON EASY TERMS, TAVO ONE-half-acre lota on Webb street. South Rock Island, by George F. Roth, Masonlo Tem- FOR BALE A VKIWM COTTAGE IN GOOD condition at m7 Seventh avenue. Will he sold at a very low figure if taken within rW oas. appiy on prem ses or address -X. Y. Z." a hi. l s omcc. MISCELLANEOUS. TTARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND Kcuimn-aiuia gmsts: also goons handled on commlvjon. Cash paid for all saleable f ur niture. Beiore buying, give me a call 1511 otcuuu avcnue.lUKK islana. g 1 OO TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE 'l"w cannot tea-h to draw a crayon irinii uy our patent mcmiKi in three lessons. We pay our pupils I0 to tlb per week to work for us at home, eveninirs or spare time. Send tor wore ana particulars. Hermann Sey mour, S13 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, I'a. IJHKKNOLUGICAL SCIENCE OF THE hand lime Franks, the scientilic palmist and thorough graduate in the science of chir omancy. Mme. Franks, ttlihotmh a palmist, is not a fortune toller. She thoroughly under stands the hand, the lines with all their twists h.im lumi. me texture ot tne skin aud also the shape and size, whieh is a necessity to reveal the character, the temneruoMMit an,i ihp .hiH. ties." Therefore she can reveal to those who c.ii upon ncr. irom a scientiHo standpoint, whether they are best suited to mental or manual labor and in what occupation they will be the most successful: also their proper mate in life. Mme. Franks has practiced in both Europe ami America, and is -.in-:.w,l a Vo- successful and interesting lecturer and render of palmistry. She is assisted by the world's renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to the public Jii. f'uwuk nu sseTcnes or bands of uu:creut peopie ana professions. PubUc in vtted. Parlors IS10 Third avenue. CLAIRVOYANTS. 1 ADAM STEIN. THE GREAT CLAIR iM. voyant. resides at I!ir7 Forty-second Mreet. and is now ready to receive callers. t.nc fxum Micri car. I J1"",; THE K"LY CELEBRATED " palm'st and clairvoyant is located at 51 iowa street, invcnport- Her phenomenal pow er has excited the wonder or two continents. Don't fail to consult this gifted lady. For advice iTOinr. love, mvorcc, family trou bles, etc., she has no equal. ATTENTION MADAM DESARMEAUX thecrownci aueen ,r ail ni.irvn.unt. has returned to this city-not as a sorcen-ror orxune teller, only as a clairvoyant medium Her power excttes tbe wonder and :ulmiration of even the most skeptical. She will foretell your destiny to a certainty. Scores who have niuMiuTO uer ,-orsWU-r ner novice and assist ance most valuable. She has made fortunes for many, rindim? for them through h.e ime voyant swer iuvestmeuts that trmnnl ,.m great pnrtlt. i'ople in all waiks of life have en iM-uwiir, t ine services of this eminent medium.- She never fails to give warning of the snares that await vou in the rmnrr. nri point out the way bv hirh ih(v m-. Vv . .-.... Love affairs and all matrimonialentangleanents "wKiarmray straigntenerl out. In a word, whatever mav be vour tr,Mii.iM MKniAmn. . desires, call on this girted woman, for there Is II' M llllllf S II U I II lOH aim OT human lu.ixar nt.L Ugenee or ambition, that she cannot ilo for you. or place within vour reach. She locates raiuasimss uisrmse. cures fits, bur neek . WIS, Iftves massage KM! Tnairnl i r. "--. "usmem sinetiy private and connde. tiaL Hours l a. zn. anri tt n m ..4 , . day. Call at once. Private apartments, l&S PciinYROYAL PILLS ftsMs. I flfimi mi imliaa AirmarMta.rMa4a. S O Ballaf far Latea, at mmr. y eetara -rl iViaTlnl lit , -..7T . Sasai ail I in ruaji . rtaBaaav, f-a. Amusements. Harper's Theatre, Cataa. Burn Cataa. Blbtzb, Maaacet. NTGHTS oommenoing Thursday, April 16. F.lacoy's Stock Comedy Co THURSDAY, "A Turkish Bath." FRIDAY, "A Dashing Widow." ' 8ATCRDAT, "A Foxy Pair." Sunday Evening's Attraction will be announced later. ' . I A DOLLAR SIIOW FOR 10, 2OAXD30C This la the highest salaried company ta the United States piylcg at popular prices. - One lsdy will he dmictei free when accom panied by ona till a 30 cent ticket, or two IsHIm on one paid tlrltet. beau no a on tale at Blener Br.M. Rurtis Opera House, aaaSF DAVENPORT. Friday, April 17. The Season's Event Special Engage mem 01 America s ureatest Tragedian , Mr. Thomas Keene la Bnlwet's Grand Historic Play, RICHELIEU. Assisted bv a Snperb Comrany of 21 Well Know People. PHftft Sl.Srfl.Sl.'7V.. Wnrl QZ Raasi si Vlnl.t. Tt1aH a r mnntinn T.ilai,Knr.a f n - - a. . a ami emit After ptrforniauc. Bartis Opera House, DAVENPORT- Sunday Night, April 19. "Cannot Falto Conancr." Chictco Tribanj. James A. Heme's BEAUTIFUL FLAT, SHORE ACRES. Prerantcd with en' Ira acw Rrcnrry aid Aovei Mrchsnical Afircts auu Properties. Voder lbs direction of HENRY C. MINEIl. ITS RECORD: 306 NIOHTS IN NEW YORK CITY. 133 NIGHTS IN BOSTON. 100 NIOHTS IN OHICAQO. Prices tl. tr. BOe and SSo. beats at Flnks'saj hursday morning, Tclephoae iu. 1 uuhhiu i.roii care aiier penormancr PURITY AND EXCELLENCE IS TBE MOTTO AT Blimer's 'Wholasalo Liquar Houbs. Importer and wholesale dealer. Years of experience aid tha best of facilities. No's 161C-1618 Third Ave. wr. THE PLACE To buy Hardware, Mixed House and ,.-'Floor Taints, Rub- . ber Hose, Lawn Mowers or anything . in- the Hardware v line in general is of FRANK ILt 1610 Third Avenue AGENT FOS EAGLE BICYCLES- i VITALIS THE HEW FREKCI CEKEOT. mTMv. ill . mi iisiix rtrOOOCESI i - - - - aoaai amw. lit ABOVE ESin.WJaftw, TwT aw-KMoy r-.iviiTasr.xan, r.VIJ UfvansS, 1 ---" s--w as 1 1 j am a-Tia-wr.sj nj wMt-mrmmm ot nl ltiOtisCTfHion. Hntntn lt Vitality. Powt-r arwj Puiinc Ms-rnory. Watdfj o(T Insanlt nd cnnwtnr,on. Cnrw wt?ailoilM-raralL IiWj on htsTinc I ITAMs. frohr. Cm rarr-d In CuV 11 Xkth asrtsk a iaa..i a aT m.. m . CALUMET MEDICINE C0-, CHICAGO. ILL For a i)e by Msrvtia'! Fiabcr miA to ana Ullcnerer, diugcirl. n?T nniuta The Place ' Wall IS R. ORAMPTON & 00. 172? Second Avenue. THE SCHOMACKER Electro-Gold String Pianos Have attained their celebrity solely on account of Merit. ' Wherever publicly exhibited in competition they have invariably received THE HIGHEST AWARD At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y.. in 1853, over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomaeker Piano. At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845. 1868. and airain in 1874. 6 At the American institute in New York in 1858. At the Maryland Institnte in Baltimore in 1848. At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876. The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards bold cohtinuouslt fob 28 tears at Wallace's Music Store jm-SSnw A $100 Bicycle Given Away aiaiasii.a i V"aWil -f We will clve a S 100 Grfswold Blcvcle used as an advertiseuient fur tbe wlineU Tu the ten iwrsons wlio compose the second best article we will issue a coupon, which will entitle them' to a discount of 10 percent from the cash price of any article boueht of us durinir the vear 184. To tha ton nmnna composing tlie third best article we will give CONDITION a I All persons entering must live In Rock Island county, and mnut coma In mir itw. to examine the wheel, when they will be furnished with full Instruction blanks, etc. No person will be allowed to enter more than oAe article. Coiniositian will be limited to 140 words. All articles must be at our office by Saturday. April 25. Merit to be decided by a committee composed of IL P. Sixi-sox, W. P. Qua vuc and K. W. Kiscrc Awards will oe maae aocoruiog to their decision. M. 0. Grlswold & suits, capes; waists, etc. Yon must come here for your Waist, yonr Jacket or jvm .A'.Kch ur auiier me numiiia" ' v Friends and neighbors who do, better dressed at less cost, t Capet $4.25; Brocaded Silk Capes f I 50: Hrilliantine Att. ... . . m. . . . r " , I D.h. yonr friends Velvet Skirts I .a yi.joj vioin capes, fl.zd; Silk naists c; Spangled Rubber Belts 60c; Shirt Waist Setts 10c. 25c. e and 50c; Fancy Hat Pins 10c, 25c. 35c and 50c; Belt 25c; S5e Buckles, 10c, 15c. 25c and with and without detachable BEE O HIVE 114 West Second street to Parchate Paper AT- to Urn mrson comnosina' the hst artlM in Tm a "New Departure Bell." Co.. 1510 Second Ave. Special Inducements MILLINERy DEPARTMENT. Silk and Velvet Itoses, three in a bunch, 10c For get-me-note, all colors, 5c a dozen. 50 dozen Crumpleredged Leghorns in black and whites, 19c Tarn 'OSlianters, about 25 diffen-nt styfc-s wtth 75c and SI this week 50c We guarantee to slrow you the newrst, nobbiest and B el lest effects In all tlie latt styles In Trimmed Hats and Bonnets at our usual low prices. your Suit, vonr Cane, y"or Skirt. suffer the humiliation of seeing 60c. Elezant linu of Shirt Wais's collars. DAVENPORT