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THE AEGUS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21., 1903.
Fair tonlgut and Tuesday;
colder, with a cold wave.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 38
at 2:30 p. m. 42.
"When lovely women shod with folly,
Weareth shoes with heels not wide,
What can soothe her melancholy
When she strikes a glaring slide?
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Open tonight. Dolly Bros,
For insurance, 12. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
For insurance, rieasant F. Cox.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus.baggage.express.call Kobb's.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Toys of every description at Trefz
Hear the Chicago university boys,
Fountain pens from $1..0 to $S at J,
Kellogg at the Illinois tomorrow,
S::J() p. in.
Headquarters for toys of all kinds.
Trefz fc Co.
Signet rings of all descriptions at
Tref. it Co. have a nice line of sleds
for beys and girl?.
All union barber shops will be closed
Christinas all day.
Winter's liquor store will be open
evenings until .Tan. 1.
The Mill store will be open even
ings until Christmas.
Winter's liquor store will be open
evenings until Jan. 1.
(enuine ebony goods, the good
kind, at J. llamser's.
Nil time to write ads today. Too
busy. Young it McCoinhs.
Xo time to wiite ads today. Too
busy. Young & McCombs.
Novelties in gentlemen's fancy vests.
I'oscnficld Tailoring company.
(ientlemen's high grade tailoring.
Kosenh'eld Tailoring company.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Rock Island Lumber company.
Fancy Delaware hollv and ever
green wreathes at l'assig Bros.
Chicago I'niversity ilee and Mando
lin clubs. Illinois theatre, Dec. '2?..
Don't miss a good thing. Hear the
Chicago unhersity glee club Dec. 2'.'.
Good coal, coal, coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. Both telephones.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, -union 2S3.
Company A dance is postponed until
Christmas night. Admission, 2." cents.
Stove repairers. .Tohnson & Qtiinlan.
east of new library, iy:M Fourth ave
nrte. College glees :it Hie Illinois theatre
Dec. 2:j. Seats reered tomorrow, fif)
Dr. 1. F. I'urdue, 17ir,i,, Second ave
nue. Old 'phone at office and resi
lience. Follow the crowd In J. llamser's.
Yen can do better there, quality con
sidered. Pork tenderloins, spare ribs and
trimmings at Gilmore's packing house
Tin stage of water at the Kock Isl
and bridge was 7.:i' at 0 a. m. an 1 7.0(1
See our line of couches. We have
over 100 to select from. Cleniann &
Cleaning, pressing and dyeing done
tit the new 1'anitorium Club, 1009 Sec
Jleserve seats tomorrow at the Illi
nois smoker for the glee club con
cert. 50 cents.
Mrs. Chris. Wold. 70 Thirteenth
street, and Mis. Anna MeKeevcr, 2721
Kiirhth-aud-a-half avenue, were re
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WE want to impress upon you that this
is our thirteenth Christmas serv
ing the public with footwear. Have you
been pleased with our service? If so, re
member that each year has given us a
f oot we a r.
fore in ihe
we been bet
ped to serve.
girls and boys, and in
WOO T W $L A.R
TfT T VEUdQ F00TFITTERS
LT JLJL- 1 OfiVvfO.t 307 TWENTIETH ST
Telephone Cnlon 721
Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3 50
208 Brady Street, Davenport-, la.
Telephone North 6281
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moved to their homes in the ambu
lance yesterday from St. Anthony's
Help the Associated Charities and
enjoy an evening of college music and
mirth, Dec. 23.
Everything fresh, mixed nuts, can
dies, oranges, dates, figs and bananas
Choice eating and cooking apples in
any quantity, peck, bushel or barrel,
Charles Dennisen Kellogg, the hu
man bird warbler, tomorrow at the
Illinois, 8:30 o'clock.
Kellogg tomorrow night at the Illi
nois. Admission 50 cents. Seat sale
at Y. M. C. A. office.
W. M. Fairchild and Mrs. Laura
Page were married this afternoon by
.Justice D. K. McKarlane.
JV.iy your spices, seasonings and
vanilla at Charles Ullemeyer's drug
store. He handles the best.
Enjoy an evening of up-to-date airs
and rollicking college songs, Chicago
university glee club, Dec. 23.
The human bird warbler at the Illi
nois tomorrow night. Get seats in
advance at Y. M. C. A. office.
All kinds of coal at all times. Tri
City Transfer & Fuel company, 213
Twentieth street. Prompt delivery.
We are closing out our ladies' shirt
waist vestings at one-half regular
price. llosenfield Tailoring company.
The Marlin Til fie club is to have a
turkey shoot at the Kim street range
tomorrow afternoon, beginning at
For useful holiday presents go to
Cleniann & Salzmann's. You can save
from 10 to 20 per cent on every pur
chase. Kemember. you can get choice seats
tomorrow at the Illinois smoker for
the Chicago university glee club, 50
Hundreds of rocking chairs to se
lect from at Cleniann S Salzmann's,
headquarters for useful Christmas
Mrs. Austin's Quick-liaising Buck
wheat makes tender, crispy brown
cakes. Your grocer can tell you all
A bottle of tine California wine
free with every dollar purchase at
Simon Lewis' fr m now until after
Thursday. Dee. 2t. is the last day of
the Buck .junior range contest. Don't
forget to bring in your ads. Cleniann
Mrs. Austiifs Buckwheat has a
world-wide reputation on account of
its genuine buckwheat ilavor. Don't
forget the name.
fiaetjer makes it. Imperial German
mustard. At all grocers and meat
markets. Connoisseurs pronounce it
fine. Try a bottle.
Arthur Roberts. 1224 Thirty-eighth
street, get both his feet frozen while
hunting last week, and has since been
confined to his home.
C. A. Beers, night operator at the
Twentieth street station of the Rock
Island road, lias been appointed agent
for the company at Stark.
Siiv.cn Lewis is still giving away a
bottle of fine wine with every pur
chase of $1 or over. Now is the time
to buy your Christmas wines.
The Sunday school of Wayman's A.
M. K. church will render a program
and Christmas entertainment Christ
mas eve, at the church. S o'clock.
The Rock Island hack drivers wish
to notify the public that their ball will
not be given until some time in Janu
ary, and that it is in no way connect
ed with the tri-city hack drivers.
Owing to the increase in the v lump
( f business that comes before the
board, the directors of the Modern
Woodmen are talking of holding wo
meetings a month instead of one.
It is announced lhat the Trident, a
new tri-city society weekly, is to make
its bow next Saturday. Mrs. Ella G.
I'ushiiell-IIanlon is the editor. The
ottico of publication is 31. '' Brady
When buying your liquors for Christ
mas do not forget the Keystone sa
looii. '2V.',r Fifth avenue. It has a rec
ord of :(." years for giving you the
largest quantity and best quality of
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how to sup
Never b e -history
te r equip
you in shoes
r u d b e r
your boys, leggins for your
fact everything in
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liquor for your money, and I am keep
ing up its reputation. Come and see
me. J. G. Warner.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Kerr, who are
shortly to take up residence in Chi
cago, were tendered a farewell party
at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Andrew
Graham, on Forty-fourth street, Sat
C. Rogers, the colored man who
stole two turkeys from T. M. Schaab,
and was caught in the act of trying
to dispose of them at the grocery
store of Hess Bros., was held to the
grand jury in $200 bond on a charge
Manager I'nverforth, of the Central
Union Telephone company, pleasantly
suipiised the operators by paying
them 15 days in advance, so they will
have Christmas money, and the girls,
to show their appreciation of his ac
tion, presented him with a beautiful
("yens palm and jardinier.
The Laurel Forty-five club met last
evening at the home of Pierce Keane.
David Fitzgerald and John Ainsworth
defeating John O'Connor and Mr.
Keane. Messrs O'Connor and Ains
worth had another brush for the tri
city championship at single hand
play, and the former won.
Mr. and Mrs. Gens Guthernisen, of
this city, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Carrie, to Charles
Baruth. of Clarence, Iowa, the cere
mony being performed by Justice
Kodewig at his office in Davenport. A
reception followed at the home of
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Baruth will reside in Davenport.
John S. Thomas. 417 Seventh street,
was pleasantly surprised by a com
pany of friends Saturday evening in
honor of his 50th birthday anniver
sary. Cards was the evening's chief
diversion. Mrs. II. Barth and C. Thom
as won first prizes, Mrs. F. Ilempke
and J. Gardner second, and Mrs. M.
Buncher and M. Paymiller the conso
lations. The Uoek Island police department
has received an invitation from Chief
Henry Martens to attend as a body
the annual masquerade ball of the
Davenport coppers to be held at Tur
ner hall in that city the evening of
Jan. 2. Not to be outdone by the
blueeoats n this side in the matter of
hospitality, the Davenport force is to
have a banquet during the evening,
to which the officials and police of
the three cities are to lie . bidden as
NELSON ERRICKS ESCAPES
FROM THE COUNTY JAIL
Nelson Erricks. the colored boy
serving a sentence for illegal toting
at the spring election, escaped from
the county jail Saturday afternoon,
and is still at large. His time was
nearly up, and he had the privileges
of a trusty. He was assisting Engin
eer Ezra Wilcher when he took his
ROOMS FOR ST. LOUIS FAIR
Mar Now be Kneigrd of Mm Ada Durham
Mat-He. 1030 First Avenue.
Neatly furnished rooms, with bath,
12 blocks from the fair grounds, on
the Olhe street car line, may now be
spoken for by addressing the above
number. llcstanrant within three
On Account of Delay by Con
tractors. Roy Bowlby's Store Not Fully
The Formal Opening Postponed
Until Jan. I.
Great Bargains Now Bring
We fully expected to have tin; for
mal rpening of our new store Dec. 1.
as the ei nl liictois promised to hae
the rel n i idi ng com n!ef cd by lhat time,
but everyone ha- delayed and we rind
that it will be after Jan. 1 before we
can announce eerything complete
and invite yen to call and inspect the
tine.'t music store in these parts.
In our October special sale we met
with great success and our sales ag
gregated over $12,000, and when the
sale was over we had 12 to 1." pianos
left, which we covered up and protect
ed as. well as we could, but with great
est care some of the eases have be
come slightly dulled, and we have de
cided to offer them in special sale
f i oni now to Jan. 1 at the same prices
as we did in October. Every piano in
stock will be offered at maniifactur
rs" cost, and we want to sell every
one before Jan. 1. so that when we
open the new store it will hi1 with a
brand new stock.
Now is the chance of a life time to
get tin instrument for Christmas at
what it cost to make it.
In organs and used pianos, we have
some rare bargains and will offer
them from $10. $r2. $15 to $:!.". Easy
payments if desired. We are also of
fering i!iir entire stock of cameras
and camera supplies at 20 per cent be
low cost, as we are going to quit the
sale of these goods and wish to close
out what we have on hancf.
, We will give you bargains in every
thing in our line.
Call and see us.
D. BOY BOWLBY.
1G09 Second av.enuei
M0LIKE SHOCKED BY OPEN
SUNDAY BILLIARD ROOMS
Moline was given a shock that will
hold it for awhile yesterday by the
opening of the pool and billiard halls
and bowling alleys of the city. Today
a petition was circulated asking the
council to permit the keeping of the
rooms open Sundays hereafter. The
petition will be presented to the coun
cil tonight. A lively fight is expected.
Specials for Tuesday.
Large damask lunch cloths, $1.
Up to 5e jardiniers, oOe.
Children's "0c golf gloves, 2."e.
Uncle Tom's Cabin, cloth binding,
Fine chocolate creams, per lb., 10c.
50c safety targets, :;."c.
Toy carpet sweepers, 5c.
25c doll cabs. 17c.
.'55 doz. 15c embroidered handker
In the evening. 7 rill 0 o'clock, 200
pairs men's, women's and misses' em
broidered velvet slippers, 25c.
Silk umbrellas, a most desirable
gift, lots of new ones, all prices, 'with,
novel, unique, fashionable, swagger
handles; your choice from a big line.
Chicago, Dec at -Following aretneopen
mg. blgbesu lowest ana closing quotations
ii today markets:
Dec, 80S -81 S0
May. WH Ki'i 82i-: t2.
July, 76? ; 7s; 77 H' ; 77?,.
Dec.,42': 42" 4m 41'
MaV. 44: 44'a- 4H -i 4:
July 43 1 ; 433 ; 4ZH ; iih
Dec, 3n: 35V 35: 35
May, 37H : 37ft: 37: 37.
July. 3i?i;3'H; 3!i; 34M
Pork. Jan., 11 70; 11 82: 11.70: 11 80.
May, 12.U0; 12 2J. li.Oo; 12.20.
D3C, 6 42: 6.52; 42. 6.53
Jan , 6.47; 6.52; 6.47; 6.52.
May,6.67; 6.75; 6.67. 6.75
Jan., 6.20: 6 25 6.20: 6.25.
May, 6 37: 6 4o 6 liT. 6 45.
Rye, Dec. f2V4: M.iy SSV4: flax, K. W 100;
S. W. 93; Dec. 93; May 98; barley 35(358.
teeeipis toaav. wueai 73. corn 259 oat
212; nogs 42.000; cattle 21,010. sheep 20,ooo.
Hog inarket opened steady.
Ulgnt. I4i0i,4.i5: mixea and butch
era. t 15&4 55: good heavy. $4.15a4 50: rough
heavy 4 15&f 1.25.
Cattle niarKei opened strong to 10c higher
Sheep market opened steady
Hogs at Kansas City 8.0o. cattle 6,000,
hogs at Omaha 6 .000, cattle 2.500.
TTnlon stock yards 8:40 a. m
L Hog market Generally fairly active.
biKDk o iuin l.; iuixcu aim uuuucia, t i.)
34 50. good heavy. tl.i5&fii0; rough heavy.
Oattie market liest steady.
Beeves I3.10S5 75, cows aud helfera 1 153
4 25 Texas steers 12.7523.40, stockers ano
leeders i TNa.oo
Sheep market stead v.
Hog market closed stronger for heavy.
L'SHt, t4.ia.il 4.i ; mixed and uuicucib f 4 15
4,4.55: good heavy, tl.i54j4.55; rough heavy.
II 151 25.
Cattle market closed strong.
Sneep market closed slow.
Ksttmated receipts Tuesday: Wheat ISO
corn un, oats 3uo, hos 2:1.000.
New York Stocks.
New Tork, Dec. 21. The tollowin are tht
closing quotations on the New York ctocb
123V4, Gas 9714. C. K. 1. & P. 21'ii.Soutr,
ern P.icinic 47'i. it. &, O. 7-, Atchison com
mon f.7', Atchison pfd. 91 -J , C. M. & St. V.
4l. Manhattan Ill's,, copper 47. V. U.
Tel. Co. 85-V, Li. & N pf.-v O. & A. 3Vi. Rdg.
common ih'Can.L'aclDc H8!4. Leather com
mon 7H, 11. R. T. 51, l'acitic Mail 25. U.
S. Steei ptd. 51 't, U. S. S'eel common 10.
I'enna. 118?. Mo. Pacific 93 S. Union Pacific
7S'f. coal and iorn i'.ibi. Krie common 29',.
Wabash ptd. 37. Car foundry 19. C. & G.
W. 15K, Rep. Steel pfd. 30, Kep stfel com
mon b!4. Sew York Central llli, Illinois
Central 129 '4
You can hardly realize what wonderful values this Special Cloak Sale
come down and look through our endless variety of Cloaks, consisting of
been produced this season
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Jewelry and Watches
Genuine ebony toilet ware, solid sil
ver mounted ebony 98
Ebony military brushes, per pair,
S.k.-O, .f4.."j0, $3.50
Ebony 'traveling- sets, in real seal
leather cases, from $15 Q Q
Diamond Kings and lo se dia
monds at lowest prices ever quoted
on perfect goods.
14k. diamond rings, line white per
fect stone, 14k. mount- QQ
ind misses solid gold
i, to 1 k. diamonds, mounted to
suit individual tastes, solitaire or
combination, at $140.
Elegant I'rooehes in diamond and
precious stone settings, :it $10, $1S,
$25. $50, $C5. $05 C1QR
Finest gold tilled brooches, fancy
set. $2.50. $2.25. $1.05.
$1.45, 05c and
We can save you money on
Watches, any style, make or kind.
Ladies popular 400 size Dueber-
llampden, 14k.. 25-year, gold-filled
case, with the well-known Hamp
den works, this week,
Books. Stationery. Etc.
When in doubt, get a book. Al
ways acceptable as a gift you
can't miss it. There are book bar
gains galore for the remaining
Thousands of ehihlren's books.
pretty binding.-, profusely ii
lust rated, f rom $1.25 to
ANOTHER CHARGE IS FILED
AGAINST MRS. F. L. SPIER
State's Attorney 11. A. Weld Satur
day afternoon filed an information
against Mrs. !'. L. Spier, of Chicago.
whoMias been demonstrating and sell
ing face creams and hair restoratives
among the women of the tri-eities, j
j charging her with obtaining money
Great big Mother Goose, Crusoe,
Wood's Natural History,
etc., now only
Girls and boys' books Jack Hark
awny series, Opie Ueid's books,
Ballentyne's, Ilenty, Mayne. Heid's.
Amanda Douglas, Martha Finley,
etc., etc., all the way
The Elsie $1.25 books
Lots of splendid books
for gifts at
All the $1.50 padded
The popular $1.5(1 eopy
right novels at
Special holiday edition
of E. 1. lioe's works
Holiday stationery, beautiful box
ed papers and envelops, holly and
other decorations, big box
es for lSe and
Other special holiday box
es up to
JVibles 11 ml Catholic prayer 1 ks.
dainty holiday bindings, priced
very low, beginning
at '. '.
Hought for Christmas gifts and
priced to sell quick.
Water colors, etchings, portraits,
etc.. in fancy frames, $1.0S. $1.(52,
$1.25. 05c. i'.5e. 50c
Ladies1 line kid boudoir Slippers,
red or black, with fancy silk pom
poms very pretty, 1 f fl
1.50 and I.UU
Children's and Misses' line felt
slippers, llexible leather soles,
Christmas price 82c 75c
Men's fancy kid and velour slippers
patent leather trimmings, several
styles, specially priced "yr
at" 97c and.x OC
by false pretenses, 'fill's case is based
on the alleged defrauding of Cora
Swisher and Florence Olson, of Mo
1'me. Mrs. Swisher had Mrs. Spier ar
rested on Ihe same charge, but she
was acquitlcd Saturday by Magistrate
;. A. Johnson. Mrs. Spier left the
city Saturday afternoon, going to Chi
cago. The warrant has not yet been
j served on her.
And when you see the style and beauty of these
Cloaks and notice the perfect manner in which
they are made and finished, you will agree with us
that although others are cutting prices,
tore in the Tri-Cities is Se
y High Grade Garments at 'Prices any
where near as Low as
We are selling all our Fur
20 per cent Discount.
THE. BEE HIVE
1 14-1 16 W. 2nd St. Davenport, Iowa
I Rea.1 Live
I Every Day
Men's and women's silk gloria and
Mercerized tafleta umbrellas, very
handsome fancy and natural wood
handl-54. very special assortment
for Christmas presents, 1 OC
1 50 and I.LO
Men's best S ilk union serge and
Taffeta Umbrellas,. Cape Horn, box
wood and Scotch Furze handles,
silver mounted, in opera and Prince
of Wales shapes, very swell styles
extra Christmas values Q ry
5 00, 4.48, 3.97 and U . 17
Furs. WaJsts. Etc.
Furs have to go now. Only
three days left, ami we carry none
over. Fox, Squirrel, Marten, Coon,
Mink, Beaver, etc. There will be
lively selling at the low prices we
Waists tlundreds of pretty waists
thrown into holiday lots and f rfl
priced from s?1.98"to I.UU
Dressing Sactpue? Make good
presents eiderdown dress- gO-
ing sacques $1.62 to 0C
Fancy Knitted Petticoats Special
lots of these at $1.25, $1 QPJq
Black Petticoats Fine Italian
cloth petticoats, sensible and use
fulgifts, ijl.95, 1.62 -J
chiefs. Xcaily ('..Olio dozen of all kinds
and descriptions, initials, fancj
hemstitched. embroidered. lace
edges, eliaiu Pitching, etc., etc.
The genuine i'.elfast sheer thistle
and shamrock handkerchiefs, the
most beautiful, line white soft
bleached handkerchiefs we have
ever .-iuiwn. prices 15c.
Special each day at 2 o'clock, la
dies' lace corner handkei- M
chiefs, each T"C
Men's extra tine pure linen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, special ev
ery day and all day.
TO FORM A LOCAL LODGE
At the meeting held Saturday even
ing at the Illinois theatre hall it was
decided to organize a local lodge of
Ihe Order o' i'ailroad Telegraphers.
It will be known as No. 120. Thirty
telegraphers were present. Officers
will be elected at another meeting to
be held .Ian. !".
is offering unless you
every style that has
Jackets and Capes at