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THE AEGTJS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1902.
Threatening tonigKt and
Thursday, with possibly
light snow; warmer tonight.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. li;
at 3:80 p. m.,
Clear Ilarana E. T. D.
For Insurance, E. J. Bums.
Pocket knives at Wilcher's.
Buy a home of Heidy Bros.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Miss Osborn at .iipustan:i .Tan. 24
Wenneberp concert at Aug-tistnna
Friday, Jan. 24.
The Madrigal club wiH le at the
Aug-iistana college Jan. 23.
Fresh lressfl turks. chickens,
ducks ami jjeese at II ess liros.
Cars will run to Milan after the
Christian Science lecture tomorrow
Christian Science lecture at t lie Illi
nois tomorrow evening. All invited.
Attend lirook man's January clear
ing sale. 20 per cent discount on
everything1 in the store.
Good hard wood, stove or grate
lengths, i'rice $4.."j0 per load. Ad
dress Bernard Uedekcr. Milan.
Masquerade suits for rent, clean
and new; also trimmings. Otteseii's,
222 V. Second street, Davenport.
Dr. William Torrance will preach
at the revival services at the Mcinor
iala Christian church thi- evening.
A lecture on Christian Science bv K.
A. Kimball. C. S. IX. at the Illinois
theatre tomorrow evening. Admis
When buying liquors for family
use, don't forget that Simon Lewis
has a choice line at the lowest prices.
The McCabe January clearing sale
is the real thing, more goods for the
amount invested than any sale ever
before held in Bock Island.
The Madrigal club, a quartet com
posed of two female and two male
Yoictui, will give a concert at August
ana college Thursday evening.
The Merchants' restaurant. Xo. 223
Twentieth street, is now conducted
by J. J. McCaffery. Meals'are first
class. Lodging and lunch at all
1. S. Wilclier has on display in his
show window a relic of the colonial
flays in the way of a spinning wheel,
which has seen service for many
Theo. Frey. proprietor ' of the
smoker at the Illinois ttfeatre. lsas
just placed in stock a complete line
of tlunther's celebrated bo:i-,ors and
The Tri-City Bottled Milk & But
ler Co. is entertaining the newspaxr
fraternity of the three cities at its
plant on Forty-fourth street this af
ternoon. ... -
Telephone jour orders for hickory
shop wood to the Mutual Wheel Co.,
Moline. 111. 'Phone 2171. Wood de
livered anywhere in Rock Island for
$2.50 per load.
The sale of periodical literature at
the Y. M. C. A., which was postpon
ed from a week ago, will take'place
next Friday evening. W. II. Mcln
tyre i to be auctioneer.
They are coming from far and
near to McCaWs January clearing
sale. Kxtra saIeseople and extra
bundle wrappers in abundance to
wait on every one promptly.
The Madrigal club in the Lyceum
lecture course will give a concert at
Augustana college Thursday evening.
Course tickets, $1. Seats reserved at
the Harper house pharmacy.
McCabe's greatest of January
clearing sales continues the balance
of the month though many lots of
the extra good bargains may not last
that long. You'd better hurry up.
General Manager Delano, with a
party of officials of the i. is due in
this city this evening. A report was
in circulation this afternoon that
James J. Hill, the railroad king, was
to come also.
Mrs. Godfrey was removed in the
ambulance from St. Anthony's hos
pital yesterday to her home at
Fourth avenue and Eleventh street,
and Miss Schmaeht was taken to her
holm: on rSintii str-.-rl.
About SO tickets have so far Wen
disposed o( to the first annual ban
quet of the- Rock Island Municipal
association, which is to Ie held at
the IIarer house tomorrow evening.
The price per plate has been fixed
"The Child of the Crusade" was the
topic discussed before the monthly
meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union at the Y. M. C. A.
chapel yesterday nfternwn. Miss
Alwilda Young had charge of the
program, other features exf which
were two readings "After Twent
i ears, oy -Mrs. m. hturgeon. an
"Fenex Smith, His Xotes and po
tions, by Miss Xellie Parker.
.iaynower camp .o. iui, jc. ;. o
A., will give a mask ball Thursday
cvening, Jan. 23. at Armor' hall, to
which all Royal Neighbors a,re cor
dially invited. Those wearing mask
must present invitations at the door,
Gents 23 cents, ladies 15 cents.
The first dealers to do thei
slaughtering at the. plant of .the
Twin-City Slaughtering & Rendering
company were Buncher Bros., Jacob
Kroegel and Alf. Lilljeberg. They
are well pleased with the modern
conveniences -which the place affords
and the plant will soon be a busy
SHE JILTED MARCONI
Miss Josephine II. Hoi man, AVho De
clared Her Kngagement "With
New York. Jan. 22. Mrs. II. B. hoi
man. of this city, announced yesterday
that her daughter Josephine had asked
y. .tfs jL 1 ' :;;;v
KISS JOSEPHIXB BOVTES H0L1IA?T.
William Marconi, the developer of
wireless telegraphy, to release her
from her engagement to marry him
and that Mr. Marconi had complied
with her request.
A friend ofth Horn
A fO of th Trust
Modrata in pric-Mk purtfood.
STARR'S NEW YORK
NATIONALS ARE AT HEAD
Buffalo, N. Y.. Jan. 22. Charley
Starr's quintet of bowlers, known as
he Nationals of New York, vester-
day fully sustained their great repu-
ution bv going to the head of the
ist in the competition" for' the five-
men team championship of the Unit
ed States. Led by Yoorhis and Starr,
the two men champions of the conn
ry, they corraled the fine .total of
2.7S2". giving them an average of
This is sixty-two pins lnMter than
the score with which the Standards
won the championship last year in
Chicago. Next to them came the
Kosedales it New York, who also av
eraged over the 000 mark.
BADLY TANGLED CASE
DECIDED TOR DEFENDANT
One of the most hopelessly tangled
cases recently brought before a jury
was settled this morning when the
jury in the replevin case of Mrs. L. A.
Wright, through her agents, Kastman
& Co., against William Furlxis,
brought in a verdict for the defend
ant. The matter was one f ac
counts and mortgages anil the evi
dence taken tended to throw some
light on the. methods of collecting
agencies in general.
Another suit against J. W. Vander
sliee and Elmer Haines, as bondsmen
of Constable Sutton, of Milan, who
was mixed in the case, is virtually de
cided in the verdict of today. George
W; McCaskrin defended and M. K.
Sweeney apeared for Mrs. Wright.
A .divorce was granted yesterday
afternoon to Augusta Krickson. of
this city, who averred that her hus
band. James Krickson, deserted her
over two years ago.
The Rock Island police last night
were told to look out for "Kid" Ni
ble, the cx-prize fighter and hanger
tm of saloons of this city and Dav
enport. He is wanted at Muscatine
for shooting a man named John Mor
gan last evening. The latter, it was
expected, would die. -
Charles A in merman, a character
familiar in police circles, liecame in
volved in a fight with Lizzie Rohn at
Seventeenth street and Third avenue
about -midnight and was pounding
her to suit his taste when Officer
Brinn appeared on the scene. Both
the combatants were taken In and
today Ammerman was fined $10 and
the woman $.. Ammerman .broke
away from Officer Brinn and was re
captured after a lively chase up
Twentieth street. Deputy Sheriff
Frank Andrews assisted the officer
in landing his man.
Naval Ilrrrr Elect. '
At the regiilaT drill meeting of the
naval reserves of this city last even
ing offirers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows:
Lieut. Commanding F. L. Tubbs.
Junior Lieut. Ed LiTndIeVg.
Senjor Ensign Eugene Ramser.
Junior Ensign: Al Blair.
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Boys', Misses' evnd Children's SKoes
We have pattered together in two big lots, Misses and Chil
dren's shoes of different kinds, -which we wish to close out,
and the prices to make them go are
75 ceivts and 99 cents
BOYS SHOES Every pair of Boys' shoe?, where small lots
are left over, go at quick sale prices.
CHILDS SHOES 1 big lot, sizes 5 to S, every pair a good
pair, all solid, 50 cents.
1 big lot, sizes C to 8, every pair a gooj pair, stylish lasts, etc.,
to clean up, 59 cents. '
A Mint of Hints
Is what we offer today. Why not take ad
vantage of our prices? If there is anything
that you need that is not in this list let us"
know and we will quote you prices as low
as the lowest. Arid don't forget that the
quality is first class.
Read the list :
Quart bottle ammonia 8c
Lima beans 2 cans liic
Salt Herring per Ioz ". . 20c
Keg Holland Herring 8.c
8-1 b can Strawlerry lieets .. 10c
Rio & Santos coffees per lb.. 10c
4-lb pkg. Swift's washing
Wetmore's Best chewing to
bacco per lb 40c
Xero line cut per lb 30e
Fancy rice er lb Cc
Eagle Health breakfast food
3 packages 2"c
Canada sap maple syrup per
gallon $ 1.10
Suceatash 2 cans I.hs
3-lb can pears 10c
Large dill pickles per doz.. 16c
1-1 b can best lakiiig powder 10c
lib can salmon 11c
3tt can grated pineapple.. 9c
Lion soap, 15 bars 25c
Americanicauty flour, per
Quart lottle bluing 8c
3 pks. of pancake flour... 25c
Large sour pickles, gal . . .
Gallon can jeaches
Yeast Foam, per package.
Cdrn starch, er package.
Iiicene, per package 5c
Loose cocoanut, per pound. 15c
31b can pears 10c
Mince meat, 4 packages .... 25c
Maple sugar, per pound 12Jc
Lange & Heitmarvrv
. 270G SEVENTH AVENUE.
Hare a more direct liearingon a
. Krson's. every day life than any
thing else. We always have a
large assortment of the linest
ami freshest fruits ami vege
tables. Our stock of staple gro
ceries is the most complete in
the city. Bead below :
Mushrooms. New Potatoes.
Celery. Oyster I'lnt.
To qj aloes. Cucumbers.
1'arsley. Egg Plant.
Head Lettuce.Soup Bunches.
Leaf Lettuce. Turnips.
1620 Second Ave.
Thane 1031 i
gather up a few shirts, col- -lars
and cufTs and send them
to the American'. You'll be
surprised to see the differ
ence ljetween American work
anil that of other laundries.
American work is laundered
to lit. American work does -not
crack collars. American
methods do not fade colored
goods. American work is al
ways stylish and each pack
age is sent out with a guar
antee of jerfect satisfaction.
May wehave a trial package?
Cor. Twelfth Street and
3fy wife had pimpleMonher f&re. but
Khe bus been tukinir CASCA KKTS4 and tbey
have ull disapt eared. I hud been troubled
with constipation for some time, but otter tak
inir the first Coscaret I have had no trouble
with this ailment. We run not ftpeak too highly
of Ca,areis." Fueo Waktman,
67U8 Gcrmantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
ffrS BEST FOR
f I L JJ THE BOWELS
U A KsJTf 7 A
January is the month when bargain seekers are in
search - of bargains, and there can be no good cause
for not finding them, particularly if they look M. & K.
ward, for during the month of January this store
ralways makes a special effort through spebial induce
ments to dispose of "heavy weights." Just at present
we direct attention to some exceptional pant values:
36 Pairs of $2.50 140 Pairs of Fine About 60 Pairs of An Exceptionally
Worsted Pants Cassimere Pants Odd Pants. $4 Fine Line of S6.50
at $1.50. at $1.95. Valies. act $2.95. Valvies at $5.
But there are other attractions which help make
business hum: 25c for a lot of 50c Neckwear, 25c for a
lot of 39c Underwear, 79c for genuine Switz Conde Under
wear, 5c for a lot of Japanette Handkerchiefs, 5c for the
heaviest Canvass Mitts, $1.15 for choice of finest Percale
Shirts, 50c for a splendid line of laundered Shirts, 25c
for a lot of children's Wool Sweaters.
Overcoats Men's Sviits Boy's Sviits
at Greatly at Greatly at Greatly
Red viced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices
Gool, Kovar Sicken, V e.V.o or'Orip.. 10c, He, Uc.
frtlmsrmj tfU, Cafes aalnl, Sw Yrk. Ill
NQ.TOaBlfi 801,1 rnarntd by all drng.
nUMU'DAU gi.u to CIKC Tobacco Uabik
(NGERSOL'S OLD HOME
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NOW ?HC HOMC OP
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
We never resort to unfilled newspaper promises. You will always find the article
in the store just as our newspaper announcements call for and while we are not
making wonderful pretentions from the above list, however, the inducements are
sufficient to make it worth your time to investigate.
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Tlie Clothios: Store of the Town.