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t t V I i J THE ABQTJS, MONDAY, MAT 16, 1897. To Her Colors Prove True! The Army and Navy Forever, Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue! That's what every loyal heart gives voice to these days. In the midst of war though, the home is always sacred. It may need refurnish ing, and when it does, our store presents the best possible assortment for your inspection. Our stock of Carpets has never been excelled, but this year particularly we boast of an array that cannot be duplicated nearer than Chicago. THAT NEW REFRIGERATOR , pi t f mm 0K. - I This Refrigerator mer it jour attention. It is a money saver to you, and you should 1y all means see it. Come and let us show it to you. Among our hundreds of odd piece of furniture and that in sets you can no doubt liud many things that will suit you iu price, and add coin, fort and lieauty to your home. Clemann &Salzmann j i '. ... ... Cor. Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue LEADERS IN ETJRIsriTURSl jlT REQUIRE8"nO HEAD a a TO SEE THE BARGAINS In our Creat Spring Stock of High Grade floods. Good quality and honest merit are in all goods we show. Uni formly low piices are made on all we have to sell. You Can't Go Wrong When You Buy From Us Because we have just one way of doing business, and that is to give a dollar iu good quality for a dollar of any man's monev. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods. The Newest Styles in Great Variety. ALL departments are freshly stocked for the spring " with the Most Popular and Desirable Goods ng trade upular anil Desirable Goods made. Come to lis for anything you may need and get it at a price iipu ran ouoru I4i nay; men s Mills .), (. u.t0 ami 7 values mat are dihicull i to match at the price. S0NMERS & LaVELLE. 1S04 Second Avenue One frit . "Ti VTIWK "7 vut a iijvnmn tua s r nmLmL mmm WW! PL.E of our aieiTulnc and St..,re Free Book treating- all alseaaei f7tli56 excellent wipe art aouie of the reason why you ibould writs na. Dr. Kay's Renovator Curat too Tery wont ra.e.of DrpenU. ConPtlpatlon. Headache. Liver and ikHJS73r- Send for proof of k We Cuinm It. WrU. u. l,ut br JlT ZC"i--Jl- :?Zr. ' W -"WUt or .eat ddma Dr. B. J. KAY MEDICAL CO.. (Wart 00 Omaha, Neb. The Beauty ' Of onr new stock of Wall Papers doesn't alone li in their artlstio colorings and designs, but in their remarkable cheapness. Wall Papers 20 per cent cheaper than erer before. See onr great re duction in prices and yon will be surprised. ' ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.. .110,-811, 314 TWENTIETH 8T. UNDER A STREET CAR. Assistant Postmaster Oliver Olson Has a Narrow Escape. P. WEDGED BETWEEN BAIL AKD GTJABD K ternary to Lift the Blotor lu order to Extricate Him-Fortuaately There Are bo Bone Broken, Bat He ki Severely Brained A boat the Itmly. and . Will be Laid op for Home Time. Assistant Postmaster Oliver P nt Son had a narrow and thrilling escaie irum serious ana prooaiiie tatal injur ies vesterdav iiiorninr at Fifth avenue and Thirtv-cighth stn-et, where he collided with car No. 19 of the Third avenue line, while attempting to cross in irum oi ii wun ms nieycie on his way home. There were two cars passing at the ttmc. one easthound anil the other westbound. Alr?lson fused'and rauliliet'ctly in front of car No. 19, which Was I'oill.r e:wl iii barge of Motormaii Joe Haves. He was knocked from his wheel - and rolled lieneath the motor, the cnmnl rail alone preventing his lieiiircau"ht uuuer me wuceis. Body Brained. His liodv was Wcd.red between llio guard and the rail, and it was neces sary to lift the car ltefore he could he extricated. Mr. Olson was taken to is home. 1007 Fortv-foiirth Kin where Dr. F. 1). Paul attendi-d him. Fortunately no hones were broken although Mr. Olson sustained a severe shock, his face lieing badly scratched and his IkmIv squeezed and bruised. ne win lie lam up lor some time. UNCLE TOM AND LITTLE EVJ Performance Without the Rloodhonnda and Without the Ice at Harper. . Davis'' Uncle Tom's C.bin company held the lioards at Harper's theatre list night. It was a 10. 20 and 30-cent performance, made up of about 10 cents' worth of Eva, 20 cents' worth of Topsy and the remaining 30 cents badly mixed between Uncle Torn. George Harris. Simon Lesree 1 and, Aunt Ophelia. The jwitrons were! 5,1 V RAIN PREVENTS PLA The Weather Prognosticator Gives At. D.-.U-II I- Chilly Deal. TWO DATS GAMJ3 ARE POSTPONED compelled to make allowances iu some Rock i.Und Team off Tomorrow r, rfcsrte-ts. as fur inljiruH nn iiwon. . respects, as for instance no ice ap peared for Eliza to make her treach erous way across. The audience, however, forgave the omission, for indeed it would be asking too much to expect a road comuanv to carrv ice this late iu the season. Still, i'f thev have manv frosts like thev ceived last evening thedenizens of Briar Bluff and otier towns on the route may expect to see the real thino- Then. too, there was an ahsenw of the fierce bloodhounds. True it is. the iierformanee was tierce" enoiio-h to make up for the loss of the fero cious canines, but then when one con siders how tame the life of an ITnele Tom's troue mist Ik to even the hounds, we can hardly blame good ahle-bodied dogs for giving up the staye lor the alluremeuts of Chilkoot Pass. Sutlice to say. however, that the company gets through the piece. -n.-t-aiiiuany me couiexi oi me iamil iar lines is sadlv marred, but so Inmr as little Eva loves dear old Uncle Tom and that fantastic character of auti- iN'lluni davs fximiuiiiIs the te.-u-liimra of holy writ the mission has been per formed, and the auditors are satisfied whether dramatic talent is displayed or not. MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE MONEY FOR INSTRUMENTS. Sixth Regiment Akti Fond to Equip a Band. Mayor Medill received the fnllon-Imr ! letter from Camp Tanner tod.-iv- " j The Ihivs ofthe6thregiment!lllinois volunteers, are hungry for music, and I. 1 We Wnllhl lik.t.n Ifinind...- a Series With .the DkUllwr Hum Their Owa Orouad ritrher Mr-Glnni ComlnK Duboqae Defeat Cedar Rapid Bntzint-. Played. Won. Lost. Peret Qulncy K.K-k Island H Ii 8 IU 12 II H 6 6 7 4 6- e 4 t .KM .5.-0 .6-K) IVIO .ST5 .S3 Union Veteran' Union to Arranire Patriotic ExerrUe in the Srhool. Shiloh ('oiniii:iinl Vn. ' IT V , . . . ." 'wc wouiu iiKeto raisea hand in the re-r- has ap,M.,nte,l a conmnttec to arrange i)liellt, all)1 , to dt for patriotic exerj'ines in liw. , lwu,l , ... . . , 1 . ' ,kl-..:.i ....i:....., " " ims iurnisneii a company, tor funds :z;' :::..rz r 'r"vn i-v"v m.c. we have musi Headnnarters I)fim-f in..nt ,,f li . , ... . . . , ii,;-, v. . . . : ' i."c me Mann on a goon ioonnr .wia, Ulinill TCli;i.lll II If III . IIHliT .1 ...n m . . SSi,M7tf- 18!" n'rl,e S"iVi -itVtheTginnl.id in Uie Veterans of the remihlie are in ih . " . .. ... . ' ..,.,,., 4, r .i en ice, ana inus ne wormy of the lit h. sunset of life: the lires of tlw.ir ln n- ... y v- ',.. . , , . "oiiiu remiest you tj semi in ui i im.i-i- imiiiiMtr iiiw: siiiiii inn -i...- . . u.f ..i.i; f .i... T i.i:l , von. voiiirimiiion (noi less than foO) a'esTfor. 'J7 to " '- Our achievements in the c.m.mi.m n "Vr : T.",,m,u? . ., . .. . ;, T . "V -so uoiiijr you win conier a of the civil war arc not exce II. 'il n i...:.... f ..... . . .. . , ... .... . liisiiH" i;ioi. which win oe iu v ai the annals of t.me. 'lhe camp the pm.ia7ed by the boys of the Ctl ' march niav know nu no mnm ti. duties that called us to the tented lield ' yitluJpviTi Th. Un f 7 rifrn,,Wl- , Chief Musician. 6th'Uegi,ent. lie i i in ?i "r nalU" co,1,1!:l,1.e8 ! . William Mi-Conuie, lie on hillside, in valley, on plain in ' r ,i,t ,in fitl. inf. in v- i tl... iw..,.,tif.,i i . . -.ipt.un oth Inft., III. Vol. ... '""'" ru Mayor Medill will endeavor t.n lmr ! 7 ',nVri',nK ?.f. the d'esin d amount rais, by the time "rsT ill riia nil, hi, tl ll IIIV rapidly our ranks are thinning. We cherish the memories of onr iw: triot dead. Peaceful lie their rest. It only remains for us who are left to do what we ln.-iv to sou- Hi.. of patriotism in "the he:irt of th ' TOlin? and to foster their crrnu-ll. im- Obituary. til t . .... ,. , T, , Miss Susie WiuMlrnlT w!,.i hi iu.c ui tuuim v SIIIIII IK! UICIH1" M8t . ,A . ' . emot To recommended that the comrades of the Lnion Veterans' Union heartily unite with comrades of the Un.Jl Army of the Republic in the services incident to Memorial day. and that they arrange for such patriotic ser vices as each command miv thmt stipulatcU. uhscnptions may lie left at Tiie ARm n atid.j tu1on ollices J.'puty Sheriff Hull started out this afternoon to help raise the money .im-i ior uy ine om regiment, il love of country shall be thedeeiicst , Mlf S"S1? "lff, adopted imotion of evcrV American citizen. t late J. D. Woodruff, ro this end it is hereby earnestly u at , d.olk yestt;,,'lay morning commended that the conirmh-s of her home m Sears from the effects of an operation for the removal of a tumorous growth jM'ifoinied a few weeks ago. She w as 18 yearn of a'e and an estimable young lady, whose death will lie deeply mourned by a wide circle of friends. She is sur liest in the several rooms of our puli- ' e'L,,v rstepniother, Mrs. Cyn sel.oola ,n .., iv:,i.. ',. thia W ootlrufT. Funeral services will Memorinl ,lnv 1 "be held at the residence tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, and the re mains will be interred in Chippian nock. 1 1 Funeral services for Hugh Ralston were held at his late home on Second street Saturday afternoon. Key. J. T. Melov, of iiavenport, assisted by !.... I? I. i 1 . ... iv. oainieson. ot f ittshunr. olliciateii. Ihc palllK-arers w.w V Memorial daj. K. M. Wilcox, Major General Commanding. attest: L. C. Pauuhertv, Adjutant General. More Koyal KelBhbor. Camp 2. M. W. A., is onraniziiiir a e.imn .,f lf.ii..l V..I..I. i. 1, ... .., a.l.i;imi.ib. ii a "i... iftivu. x ni5 iiaiiocarcrs were v primarily organized for Camp 29. but L. Aster, John Hctter. Samuel Mont relatives of memliers of any other gomery, R. F. Italston, Campliell pilnri will liu u'..l.,,.,.l Tl... ..I 1 l"n .1 t .. i t , t y "... nviv.miuu. xnu -jiaiieri ai uoi-iv ami jiiun ixlliey. will lm held open a few days yet for j The remains of Dr. S." C. Bowman those who may wish to take a'dvant-: were laid at rest in Chippiannock ae of the low rates. Anyone desir- ! cemeterv Satnnlav nfr,-. t....-..i ,- . . . . i ' ... ,.,., iuiiiri.t.1 mg liiiormation mav otitam it from the committee coii'idosimI if Cmn Barker. Dr. Mvers and B. M. Wis. Tir of Sjiencer Mattison. For Oier Fifty Years Mrs. Winslow's Soothin'r. Svmn has been used for children teethin". It soothes the child, softens the allays all pain, cures wind colic? and is fhe liest remedy for diarrhoea. 25 cents a bottle. er ires neing conn ucteit at the resi dence in Andalusia by Key. T. R. John son, of Edginsrton. Uncle q q) America's CllLrr V I: Greatest Medicine, it wni Sharpen Your Appetite Purify and Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilia and begin, to take it TODAY, and realize the great good It is sure to do you. Hood's Garsaparilla Aaerlcas Grtett Metflctoa, AB in& for ver- to la the Circuit Coart. Judge Gest this morning granted a divorce to MagdaJena Miller from Christian Miller. They were married at Bloomington, Neb., and. the plain tiff alleged, lived together but 15days. She charged cruelty. Maj'. Beardsiev was her attorney. The jury in the case of W. L. dolph vs. George E. Bailey, a suit commission on loans, returnnl a diet in favor of the plaintiff for 21.08 When Katore Needs assistance it may be liest render it promptly, but one should reruemlier to use even the most per fect remedies only when needed. The best and most simnlt ami irontin -,- edy is the Syrup of Figs, manufac turer uy the California Fig Syrup company. r Olve the Childrea a Drink Called Grain-O. It petizing. nourishing food drink t. . 1 m taKc me piace oi coffee. Sold by grocers ana liked by - all who used it, because when properly . 11 uiiirsi, tuutru, l ut is free from all its injurious prop erties. Grain-O i.la H j I " t'-LIUU ftUtl strentrthens the nerve, it u nnt . stimulant, but a health builder, and children, as well as adults, can drink it with irreat lienefit rwt. -.,. r- - "O i.ry aia.'UI one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and 2o cents. Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head aches; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Reus drvg store. " ap- to all have pre- HurlinKton rtom. I'edar Rapids. Dubuque uuumwa m a s L Joseph 6 2 4 Baseliall has lieeh a dead issue in these diggings the past two days all vi iui5 iu a h r ik. iiriKznntr rum u-iti. a chilly atmosphere on the side. Al .1 u .t . . . iiiuugii me weainer prognosticator said that vesterdav would liw irento.l to a little more of the same, the man agement of the local club mustered up sumcient oourasre to predict that he would miss the mark for once: that the sun would shine ami that n would lie lovely at the Twelfth street i- ii i. . I.iik. me uiamonu was gotten in shape, and the players, with a amnil bunch of enthusiasts, assembled at the battleground, duly to have their hopes shattered. It was another pesky shower just enough to stop the deal. e 1 One of two thinjrs must come to pass either the weather regulator ..ii iiuiv in ran a nan nr ti.o iMai.aii ci un will have to go to w ork at some otucr kinil of employment. The sea son thus far has been anvthinir but encouraging to the financial end of this amusement enterprise, and unless ..unions cuange mighty suddenly the exchequer of the home club and it is said the same situation exists throughout the associationwill lie pretty low. And it is a well known fact that a ball team cannot be run on talk and had weather. Notes. Pitcher McGinnis is expected from V iiit-a.l I.HJIIV. There w ill 'be two games here Dec oration day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Anderson and his players go to i-..i id mi mree games, beginning to morrow. Then they return home for games, meeting Burlingtun, St. joe and uttumwa. A II . . , . Aii Raines in me association were postponed Saturday on account of rain. Cellar Rapids and Dubiupie were the only clubs to plav vesterdav. Itt.K.i...A .....1. .1.- ," ... . nun. i ne wore IK'lllg B to 4. Harry Truby. Peoria's sucnml man. is cue of the old players of the laiiiui uiiu one oi me liest, too. He was with Aasou. for awhile. He will lie reraembereifby the older fans as lieing brought here to pitch against Moline in the last game of a series net ween that city and Rock Island And he won. cantnrin.r ih ut.nn.. D....1. T .l I 1 mc Akoi'lk IMUUIierS. AIwrt on Hand. "My little liov broke nnl vilh l.:r and the medicines n irirul r..;i..i cure him. until wc In-H-an o-ivin.r him .. .. O ...... iiomi s harsapanlla. He eontiim... t:tkinr this medicine until h n -a tirely well. We recommend Hood'i Sarsaparilla as the liest blood puri lier." James M. Brown, Winchester Hood's Pills Ml in nil llvnf 511 Alailed for 25 cents liv (! I Co., Ixiwcll, Mass. & t'nfnrtanate Peonle are thev while SUfferin.r from I !.!., - r 1 re prejutuceil against a advertised remedies Thv i,,...i know that Foley's Kidney Cure is not tuiM-K lT-meiiy, nu 1. an nonest guar a 11 teed nieilieine for kiilnev ni 1.1-.1 der troubles. T. H. Thomas sells it I THE oldest article of jewelry I I IS undoubtedly the finer --"ft- We read aliout rings used by Ieople centuries ago. We may say rings are as old as the earth and planets, liecause they are said to "travel in rings." To day the ring is worn more than any other product of the jew eler s art. They are made tip in manv different atvl fm ... , - - w" - - ' 1 . . . i. the plain wedding ring to the beautiful beieweled set rinir. There are a great many rintr. sold nowadays that are just made to sell and not to wear. 6honld be avoided. Then there are the kind of rings that we sell, beautiful and tasty. yet strong and durable. We have just received a great many new designs in rinsrs. Amonr tl.m are a lot of ln-autifnl with diamonds and other fancy stones in artistic conibinatimi. J RAHSER, atANCTACTrRKio JEWELER. Cios iu ar ANCTAC Mc'C ABE'S H W Millinery. This will lie millinery week, indeed lh Class Hats. Fhva-era KiMnc Trimming at less than half actual value. hile t-hey last, 10 dozen ladies' Straw Sailor Hats, worth al least double, one to. a customer, QA each I5JC The dollar oualitv white I Hats, quantity limiteil. while Or. thev last....". COC 800 bunches-, tine American Beaut v Roses, usually 3jc. here this week. 9c a bunch; yes. Sc, , Se. a Qn buuch 5C 10 dozen choice cornflowers, scarce at SUc, we let thciu go at, per bunch IOC Ready Trimmed Hats. Here's the season's most extraor liuary Trim me. I Hat offering: L'-ommencing Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock and for the" balauce of the week we plaec on sale short bark Sailors, trimmed with flowers and fancy riblmhs. gauzes, etc.. in the most Up-to-date manner; also black dress shapes, trimmed with curhil quills, flowers, chiffons and nets in fashion's latest conceptions. You'll know their value when you see them the price represents only a part of the real cost. Rememlier. Tuesday morning at 9 oYloek. cus tomers" will be served in 7Qr turn, choice for wC Ladles Union Suits. Best Egyptian cotton, silk lapped, and i-.Mi-euie aiue ai u;e, lull we oiler them this week at, A7a cr suit trlC Ladies' Lisle Uniou Suits, extra quali- iy, iisie thread, extra well made. $1 is the usual price, but 7C. they go now at, tier suit .... C 1 Knit Undent ear. . No use waiting for hot weather any longer. Too late now to realize prof its; prices must start this great big Knit Underwear Stock. Assortment very complete of Ladies'. Men 'a an.l Children's Underwear. Out they fa 10c buys a Ladies' Derby Ribbed Vest, in ecru and white, full tape trim med. Maeo cotton, a good 15c ftr value, each IUC At Ho, Indies' Fancy Ribbed Vests, r..ii 1 ... . ' . . 1..11 i.-iev anu kuk uipe inmnied. lhe quality of cotton, not 22c. ii but each..... ltQ At 1 2Jc, Ladies Riehelieu Ribbed Vest. cnouv oi white or ecru, in 'square iw. 1 n-k. sleeveless, or with 121c short sleeves, an ltt-inch vest through and through, for... At 22c. Ladies' Finn r,i.. - ...... rMU Drawers made esecially well. -aaaaaaaa. iMen's Underwear. We mention two' nnmlion md!l. will prove this week's price induce- iiienis: 25 dozen Men's Fine Egyptian Ribbed anu i'iiiiTs, real revalues, for this week's sale, OC each COQ Men's Fine Combed Maeo Cotton Bal- unggan Shirts aud Drawers, finished seams throughtont, value A 7A 65c, for this sale "Tf C We include in this lot Men'a Snrimr and Summer Weight Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers, worth Alb 5c. at the 47c figure rl C Each morning thi week at I O o'elork, aa1 it. i. . rZT .T " "ora. will Ma (If It lut.l donble fold faaey Roarer - 'A. mMMMia, 1 oodm. om trmmjm 8 yards for 33? At Our Annex. House Furnishings, jj Bicycles. . Wat of till I.. v Our Annex nmru 27.50 for a t40R '. Ik ' P tool l-r--.n. , 1 The on cariM'ts rugs Sole t.1lf.AU mattings. and oil cloth. agents for the t- Cold Wave Cleanable Refrigerators. W g. it again. Vou never pay too much if you buy at Mi-Calw's. $40 Ensign, tarinira. r..n . . V g Lawn Mowers. JlVsl of their kind, fl.75 for lull size mower. Ironware. ""J style, at our Annex. DRESS GOODS. : Four K,HH lal .1,1. w k. while the, lint. ot the ou.nll.l Urre-be Urilttl 1,1 If vnn w-. Rt vies bhll-1; nil ti-..l 1 l.. n , M , .. , . "Mii. iienneiias. Alerceretta Ofl. tloths. N-r-'es. ru lies fifh. t.. T.-w. ..i.: i.. .i .. ... , . -HMi . -. " "- iin-i euoiee iier yard www aw.ic a yard We make an excci.tiiiiifil ur..ri..., ..r ti r.r -....a son s trench and English imjmrt.itions. choice of this lot at a yard C Silk Grenadines, 75c to St.25. shnrt frh 300 yards fine all Mlk Gren.i.lin.w : ...:.. t t. . ' . . none ,;?th less than 75c. and npt,, ,.,5a V?: .... U71 per yard . Colored, all silk Taffet. 4rtr Six Wst shades in all silk Taffetas, just the thing for lining Grena- A dines, etc.. on sale while they last at ...??. . 4-oC McC ABE BROS. A few notes rejrarding spring goods that can t found by look ing at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Spring nor.l ties In iults the prices range from $18, $20, M. $22 and np. Thefrlceiln the spring trousers range from $5,15.60.$., $6.60 and upward. Come in and see our fine Una. Gus. Englln, Dopr, 1803 S::l An Why Are the Peoria Stoves Leaders? Because wherever known they have a reputation for Quality, Style and Moderate Prices combined Sutfl clent to make them leaders. S, ial Vtn fl mmwMsaWaMfcaW aMa. asa-w wmuaa-aMaW W1 X- A 0 -rzzz. 'Ft W e offer you an entire new line of Stoves unequaled in quality and prices. We call your atu-ution to the following three leaders the W? LxinPtwn' Kr Ininpton and the Rival Lexington. The steady increase in sal. of our feoria Stoves and Ranges furnish the best of evidence that the people in general believe quality pays in Stores. Thev are made by the very W grades of new materials. J hey are constantly adding all of lhe latent desirable improvements making our line the reliable, as well as the moU profitable to onr patron. SUMMERS 6 GO.