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THE ABttUB, rniOAY, OCTOBER 23. 1903.
Iii'tonJg;nt and Saturday;
wai mer Saturday.
J. JH, SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 33;
at 2:30 p. m. 50.
WnfPo eas(in's here agin.
Waffles, fried, fer me
They beat enj breakfast fond
Thet 1 ever see.
You hin have .yer shredder stuff,
To some folks ko dear,
I don't heed . im fancy foods-
Waffle season's here.
glove t. Wilc-her's.
Z-.nro. Uniou cigar.
Vr Insmrnnee, E. .1. Hums. ,:
"Huy a home of -Reidy Bros.
Dressed ducks at Sehroeder's. ;
IJobb's cab or 'bus same price. .
Dressed chickens at He.-s Urns'.
Tri-City Towel Supply company
Dressed chickens at Sehroeder's.
Ralston health shoes. Dolly Bros.
1'iesh oysters at Harris .- (iauley's.
Oysters and celery at II. Tremann's
For real estate and insurance, E, J.
Plenty of dressed- chickens at- H.
Tremann's Sens'. .
Hoys sweaters, all stxles. Sorn
mers & LaVelle.
I toys overcoats in all lengths. Sum
mers & La Velio. ;
Men's sweaters .10 cents to $4.50.
So mmers & LaVelle.
Hear Chaplain McCabe next Tues
day evening. Oct. 27. (
New buckwheat Hour and maple
syrup at liess Dros".
Nicely dressed chickens at Harris
& (iauley's tomorrow.
Men's all solid leather work shoes
$1 Saturday at McCabe's.
All kinds of coal for sale at the Rock
Island Lumber company.
ladies fancy tennis night gowns 39
cents Saturday at McCabe's.
For the best boys knee pants at
cents go to Gustafson & Hayes.
Nice display of fresh fruits am' veg
etables at Hess Urns, tomorrow.
Pure linen hemstitched hamlker- i
chiefs 4 cents Sat unlay at McCabe s.
New stock of canned fruits and veg
etables. Anything you wish by the
SEE OUR. LINE OF...
Never heard so many
complimentary r e
marks about our feJl
There's a style to our
that's inimitable it's
bece. vise they are de
signed and cit by
Cost-No More Than fifie
Yovi'Il find our chil
dren's parlor a prof it
SLble pierce to visit.
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ISiiOW h iUiOSEfJFELDEn.il
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cafef dozen" an; I "hare it: IT: "-ft:
For tin and furnace work, gee H. T.
Sieraon, 1526 Fourth avenue. Union 283.
Mr. and Mrs. I'ier J. Carlson lire the
proud parents of a son, their first
In Chaplain McCabe's Libby prison
lecture he relates his personal experi
Walk-over $3.u shoes for men, the
best In town, at Finne's new shoe
Women's' 75 cent warm lined kid
slippers 47 cents Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. Mill ends '.) to 12Va cent muslins and
cambrics 0 cents a yard Saturday nt
Stein Dloch Co.'s overcoats have the
top notch of style. See them. "Sum
mers & LaVelle.
The program nt Sacred Heart fair
this evening will be furnished by
Charcoal, charcoal, charcoal, the
best kind for broiling1, at the I took
Island Fuel company.
Children's afternoon at Sacred
Heart fair tomorrow from 2 to j p.
in. All children invited.
For the best charcoal and all kinds
of hard and soft coal, call at the Hock
Island Fuel company.
Hoys' and children's overcoats in nil
the. latest styles and at the right
prices., fiiistafson & Hayes.
Women's 10 cent heavy mixed hose,
0 cents, ,and IS cent fleeced hose, 12V3
cents, Saturday at McCabe's.
Fresh cut assorted roses 25 cents,
assorted chrysanthemums 10 cents a
dozen Saturday at McCabe's.
Choice evaporated fruits of all
kinds received daily, to be sold at
bottom prices. F. K. Kuschmann.
Enjoy an evening at the fair given
by the Sacred Heart church at their
hall. Refreshments will be served.
Over fifty new tailor-made hats,
ranging from $2.25 to $3.75. your
choice fur $1 Saturday at McCabe's.
Cut flowers of all kinds and funeral
designs made and delivered at any
time. Meyer & Dehring, 'phone 1412.
There will be a different program
each evening at the Sacred Heart
fair., lMen-ty of amusement for every
body. Orma . club dance. Turner opera
house, Davenport, every -Saturday ev
ening. Admission, 25 cents. Ladies
Coin's opening day, Saturday, Oct.
24, 317 Twentieth street. Souvenirs
given away. Call and sec the new
After you are through looking
around for your fall suit or overcoat
come in and try on a (J. Sr II. special
niit all overcoat and it wiH Settle all
:Iispute. This make sold only by Gus
tafson & Hayes.
We are showing m)re fine suits and
overcoats than any other clothing
store in Kock Island. Gustafson &
Chickens-, spring chickens, spring
lamb, oysters, celery and all kinds of
choice. cuts of meat; at Schindler's
Creamed almonds 12 cents . per
pound; butter scotch kisses 10 cents
per pound all ?iay Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. A nice, fresh lot of Iioston sword
ferns just arrived at Meyer & Behr
ing's, 1115 Fifteenth street. Street
cars to our doors.
Another ease of heavy fleeced u.
derwear, positively worth 50 .cents,
for Saturday 25 cents. Such bargains
only nt the London.
The best and most complete line of
school shoes in Kock Island for boys
and girls, prices $1 and up. at Finne's
new shoe store.
Hear "Bright Side of Life in Lrbby
Prison" given by Bishop (Chaplain)
McCabe at First M. 12. church Tues
day evening. Oct. 27.
For Saturday, 25 dozen negligee
shirts, guaranteed va.lues. 50 cents to
75 cents, only 35 cents. All sizes. You
know us. The London.
Attend) the Sacred Heart fair at
their hall on Twenty-eighth street
and Fifth avenue tonight. Kefresh
ments and a pleasant time.
After Oct. 25 F. A. Krause will run
his meat market on a strictly cash
basis, but will sell meats at wholesale
prices. No. 616 Ninth street.
Chrysanthemums in bud and bloom,
all colors. Meyer & Beh ring's, the
Fifteenth street florists. Take the
Longview street car line to our place.
Bishop McCabe next Tuesday even
ing, Oct. 27, at First M. 12. church,
gives his famous lecture. "Briirht Side j
of Life in Libby Prison." Tickets, 25
Justice W. F. Schroeder a. his of
fice yesterday officiated at the mar
riage of Culver Caddy, of Manila. Ind..
and Miss Stella Hepler, of Yillisea.
Of all the tailor-made or ready
made suits or overcoats the U. & If.
specials- take the lead. The (J. & II.
special, sold only by Gustafson &
The Rock Island Butter Tub factory
has shut down owing to lak of ma
terial. A shipment is expected to
morrow, so the management hopes to
"Cornelius, the Gentle Convict,"
was the topic of Uev. O. W. Lawrence
at the Memorial Christian church re
vival last evening. Miss Ella Wich
man sang "Mother's Prayer."
Don't forget the Illinois Social club
dance every Wednesday evening at
the Illinois reception hall, Illinois
theatre building; '--Admission, gents -85
cents, ladies free. Good music.
High grade clothing and furnish
ing goods in a first class place. Man
hattan shirts, Dunlap hats. K. & W.
collars, L. Adler Bros. & Co.'s cloth
ing. What better dm you want? You
know us. The London.
Mrs. T. B. Keidy will resume in
struction in voice culture, commenc
ing Monday, Oct. 10, pajing special
attention to breathing, tone-placing,
tone-building, phrasing, etc. No. 2IJ21
Fifth avenue. 'Phone 1404 west.
Thomas 11. Johnson is made sole
beneficiary under the terms of the
will of the late William Surr, Sr., pro
bated yesterday in the county court.
The will was drawn Dec. 8, 1 ).'!. Mr.
Johnson is appointed executor also.
It is rumored that F. C. Kiece, su
perintendent of the Illinois lines of
the Burlington road, will succeed
Supt. Levy, of the Burlington lines,
who has been elevated to the general
managership to succeed F. A. Delano.
Two wedding ceremonies were per
formed at the court house yesterday
by Judge 12. 12. Parmenter, Grover
Cleveland Mann and Miss Emma
Haack, of Moline, and Walter Smith
and Miss Alice De Baetes, also of Mo
line, being the couples.
Those en! lege suits for young men.
the kind that are snappy; not the reg
ular hand-me-down stvle. but the
best tailored garments; price a trifle
more thnn the cheap kind, but not
much; price $12 to $1S are shown by
us. Will you see us? The London.
We have just received 46 pairs of
sample shoes for ladies of the well
known Itadcliff shoes and also Her
rick's make. These shoes retail at
$2.50 andt $:, sizes 3 to 7, C and I), sam
ple sale at $1.75 per pair at Finne's
new shoe store, 1610 Second avenue,
three doors east of the Illinois thea
tre. Winter is coming. There's no doubt
about that. If you need a new over
coat, now is the time to get it. That
is equally a matter of fact. Come in
and let us show you what- we .can d.o
for you in that line. You will xbe sur
prised, nt the excellence of the coats
we are offering for such moderate
prices. Sommers & LaVelle.
Why not- select your winter over
coat? Our stoek includes Hte very
latest styles in every variety of ma
terial. It is practically unbroken as
yet, and, if yon choose now you can
not fail to be suited. And you wi'l
have the satisfaction of knowing that
you are prepared for any kind' of
weather that ma 3- come. Summers &
The meeting called, at-the rectory
of Trinity church last evening by Ilev.
F. A. Heisley to discuss the reorganiz
ation of the Brotherhood of St. And
rew was well attended by former of
ficers and members. It was decided
to hold another meeting a week from
next Monday to elect officers, the in-
Ready-to-Wear Clothing that is equal to the
CtlStOm Work inrlualitr and exclusively w of fabrics -You'll
terim to be devoted to swelling the
The roof of the residence at 217
Sixteenth street, occupied by the fam
ily of Henry Davis and owned by Mrs.
Helen Mills, was set on fire by
sparks from a chimney at 5:10 yester
day afternoon. The department was
called out, but its services were not
required, the flames having leen ex
tinguished before its arrival. The
damage was slight.
William Stewart and Miss Lizzie
Taylor, daughter of Henrv Tavlor, of
South Keck Island, were married last
evening at 6 o'clock at the residence
of Jerry Travis, Fourth avenue, be
tween Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets. Kev. Walkup. of Moline,
performing the ceremony. The cou
ple will go to housekeeping on Sev
enth avenue and' Tenth street.
ALL GONE HOME
Great Deal of Money Lieft In City by
Visiting Knights of
Few of the.delegatcs who attended
the :54th annual - meeting "of" the
Knights .f Pythias grand lodge,
which adjourned yesterday noon, re
mained in the city this morning, prac
tically all having departed for their
homes on the night trains..,
It was the second time the city had
the pleasure of entertaining the grand
lodge, it having held forth here .-.seven
years before, and now citizens gen
erally repeat the assertion made, then
that the knights made one of the
jolliest and bes-t behaved gatherings
ever held here.
All had money ami they spent it
freely, merchants getting back many
times over whatever they may have
contributed toward the local arrange
ments committee. But aside from the
financial consideration these meetiiiffs
do a win Id of good for a community
in .the way of ndertis.ing its attrac
tions and advantages for residence
and1 commercial purposes, and Uock
Island should continue its policy of
keeping on the lookout always for
Following is the resolution adopted
in convention with the report to es
tablish i Pythian orphanage in Illi
nois: "That there is hereby created a
special fund of this grand lodge, to
be known as the 'Pythian home fund;'
that each and every subordinate lodge
of this grand domain shall pay to the
grand1 lodge annually the sum of 5
cents per capita on each anil every
one of its unsuspended members of
whatever rank, which amount shall
accompany the report for the term
ending on the 30th day of June in each
and every year hereafter. The amount
so paid, together with donations, lega
cies, bequests or any sum of money
to be paid into the said Pythian home
fund shall go into and be known as
the Pythian home fund, which und
shall be placed in the hands of the
grand master of exchequer, who shall
keep the same separate and apart
from all other funds in his hands. He
is hereby authorized and instructed,
as fast as said sum is accumulated,
to loan it, with the approval of the
grand bulge trustees, on approved
first mortgages on Illinois real estate
approved city, county, or school bonds
of Illinois or I'nited States govern
ment bonds. Said Pythian home fund
is not to be used for any other pur
pose than the eiection, maintenance
or endowment of a Pythian home in
the grand domain of Illinois 11 may
be hereafter provided for by Pythian
Itlantl City Camp. No. 309. M. W. A.
Members are requested to attend a
meeting Friday evening. Oct. 23. Cards
and smoker after the meeting.
HOARD OF MAX AC ICRS.'
Jennie I'm just ashamed of my
face, it's so sallow and greasy. What
makes your face s'o rosy and fair?
Nellie It was Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents. T. U. Thomas pharmacy.
TTharatnitrihiiitV Greatest Clotkina
vuailHJ?HJil l 121
YOUNG & M'COMBS
Speot.-tln fur Satarriay, Oct. 24.
Ladies' patent leather belts, black
enameled buckles, choice, 15c.
Indies' silk and satin turn over
stock collars, choice, 15c.
Automobile wrist bags, in navy, red
and black, choice, 25c.
25 doz. Tallies' embroidered all linen
hemstitched handkerchiefs, each, 15c.
Foxy (irandpa handkerchiefs for
the children, each. :c.
All silk taffeta ribbons, all colors.
No. 22. per yd., 10c.
Pitcher's Castoria. 25c size, 16c.
Colgate's, violet talcum. 25c size, 15c.
Dr. Graves" tooth powder. 15c.
One Il. pure powdered borax. 12c.
II. 1!. Wilbert's talcum powder, per
Colgate's best perfumes. 50c oz.
goods, choice. 25c oz.
I'lizzcni's face powder. 2'Jc.
Creme Marquise. 25c size, 15c.
Colgate's cashmere bouquet soap,
per cake, 12c.
Best pure castile soap. 'fib. bar
Jamci' Kirk's juvenile soap, per
Cuticle soap. t cake. l()c.
Wool soap, per cake. ie.
lVnrl waist sets. :i in set. for 10c.
Witch hazel soap, per cake. le.
"Ol'dy.- . -department .KqkW.'a.y?.
sweets. 10c 1.:
Chocolate drops, per lb.. 10c.
Jelly beans, per lb.. 10c.
Bon lions and cream mixed, per lb..
Over 25 varieties. Saturday's, price,
per lb., inc..
Demonstration of coffee and Joan
of Are red kidney beans, served free.
Piano contest has only seven days
fnore and closes. Save your coupons.
BATTLES' SATURDAY SALE
l-'ourth Avpnimand SpTfntPfnlh Street.
Children's shoes, worth 75c. A'.v.
P.oys' shi es, worth $1.50. $1.25.
Hoys storm rubbers, worth C0e. 45c.
Misses' storm rubbers, worth ; 50c,
Misses' shoes, worth $1.25. '.iSe.
Misses" leather slippers, worth T5c.
Ladies' shoes, worth $2. $1.40.
All the news all the time
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FIT AND WORKMANSHIP.
TAILORS AND WOOLEN MtKCHANTS
WEST SECOND STREET.
7 Good Wsvtces
have been set
aside for a. "Special"
watch sale commencing
Saturday and Ending Mon
Among this lot are the following: Five $10 watche--.
for $5.05; fixe $20 watches, for $11.50. See them in our win
dows. Last Saturday we s- Id 170 gold rings for .'S cents
(worth four limes as much); 73 more left at same price.
Come quick if ou want them. $500 will be foifeitcd to
anv charitable institution if our prices are not lower
than those of any other house in the United States.
T5be f olsom Stock. 1703 Second Ave.
Rock Island. 111.
HEARING NEXT TUESDAY
Jury to Irhle Kemtitu Ire in Tweuty
NUtli Street l'avlwr.
Judge Parmenter has set next
Tuesday as the date for the hearing
before a jury in the county court to
determine the benefits to accrue the
abutting property of I. Huher from
the paving of Twenty-ninth street
south of Seventh avenue. Judge-Parmenter
has overruled the legal objec
tion to the confirmation of the assess
ment filed b.v Mr. H iiber. and has; left
to a jury to pass upon the benefits.
J. I.. Haas will represent Mr. lluber
and J. K. Scott the city at the hear
WE'D LIKE TO INVESTIGATE YOUR VOCABULARY OF IDEALISM.
TO HAVE CONTENTMENT ONE MUST SHARE IT HAPPINESS
WAS BORN A TWIN, YOU KNOW.
WE HAVE MADE MANY A WRONG RIGHT AND HAVE OFTEN
BRIGHTENED WHAT IS RIGHT.
MANY A HAPPY WEDDED MAN WE'VE MADE HAPPIER MANY
A LAVISH LOVING SWAIN WE'VE WOOED AND WON.
OUR BUSINESS IS MAKING CLOTHES, STYLISH CLOTHES GOOD
TRUE, WE DON'T MAKE THEM ANY BETTER THAN THE BEST
WE MAKE THEM AS GOOD. AND INFERIOR TO NONE, AT LESS
THAN HALF THEIR PRICES.
WE EMPLOY THE BEST TALENT, BECAUSE T, HAVE A LARGE
BUSINESS TO WARRANT IT.
THE LATITUDE THAT'S OURS IN CHOOSING tVATHHIALS AND
PICKING THE VERY BEST MECHANICS O WATT THE SAME MA
TERIALS INTO GARMENTS TO YOUR CRCE. Z DC;,T UNDERSTOOD
BY THOSE WE SERVE.
THAT OUR PRICES ARE SAFE IS A ON'C-CIDCO ARGUMENT ALL
IN OUR FAVOR AND YOURS.
MANY A WELL DRESSED MAN WE H DIVORCED WHO
THOUGHT HIMSELF WEDDED TO HIS CLD TAI LC T..
MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
ALL OUR CA7.VCNTS ARE MADE WITH THE
High - Class
liud licrc Prices
BJORKSTENS IN RECITAL
Greeted by Largre Audience t AnKOManit
A large audience greeted Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore P.ji.rkstcn at their
song recital at Augustana auditorium
hist evening. It was the first local
appearance of Mrs. p.jorktcn. though
her husband had been here on several
previous occasions, and when they
were announced in a duet as the open
ing number on the program they re
ceived an ovation. P.oth gave solos,
each of which was appreciatively re
ceived, and Mr. P.jorkstcn concluded
the recital with a group of Swedish
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