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THE ARGUS, F BID AY, MAY 27, 1904.
S'il'Oer Losing Cup for Winner Tri-City High Schools to Con lett in Field Meet Mere omorrow Af ternoon. Davenport's Greatest Clothing Store. Your Fd,re Paid Both VVsvys. .V handsome rilver loving cup is to (f t the vii:n:r of lh- tri-city l:frh ecbnr no'.! merl tomorrow afternoon at the .Ninth ;-treot grotm ! in tli's city. Islnd Mgli hclioo! is confident of jirryinj ff the bonora of ih' day. Rock Inland last Saiurlav won tb';ji!e l.urjr mert. defeating t ii PonttM efceel, which has beea claiming 1 Ive Rtafe c-li:nnii nship since its ictnry at ( hampaign- Davenport ligh school ban been breaking Icwp : late n'ci n!s. MoUne will not be a factor in the mrct taninrru)r. The real atrnggtc will in- between IJ,k land and Davenport. Davenport i expected show strong in the dashes, I nt in tin- Wrights i wlicre Lock Iftluud i Lauking on aeoriag i lie points necegsaTy to victory. IVv. .1. 1'. Clyde, f Muscatine, has been ch sen for referee. The 1 1 i r officials art-: Judges of finish, i . W. Kent, Rock Island; W. I). Thomas, Molinc; V. I. Wells, Dav t nport. Judges f field, CD. Wright, f Davenport; II. C. Olven, Sfoline; tf. II. Dove, Hock Island. ( lerk. K. Meyer, Davenport; assistaaia, W, . Miller, Mofine; .1. It. Lamb. Dav- hjii rt; .John B. Henderson, li--k l-laml. Bcorer, S. I). Hamilton. Timers. E. K. Dietz, Mnline; II. E. Itrown, Roek Ik hind; X. T. Thatch er, Davenport. The meet wit) le r'm romptlj at 1 o'clock. I CIRCUIT COURT ORDERS. CRIMINAL. May 0. 17. William Walters, Jamea O'Connor and Henry J. O'Brien. Riot. Defendants in court and served with copy of indictment and list of jurors and witnesses. Mo tion ly cl fendants to quash indic t ment overruled. Defendants arraign ed and plead not guilty. 47. Bert Kasenberg. Burglary, De fendant in court. Trial continues. .1 try instructed and retire in charge of :. sworn officer to consider its ver dict. Defendant In court. Jury re turns into court and by its etdict Pnds the defendant guilt; in piannei ami form as charged n the Indictment and that his age is 19 years. BAGGER-HAHN WEDDING CELEBRATED AT DAVENPORT Misv Annie Hagger, iliiuirhter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. gehulta, l.0s Thirty-second street. Bock isl and, was married Wednesday evening to Jesse Hahn, of Dav enport, the ci reinony being per formed at the parsonage of the Sec ond tresbyterian ehwrch. Rev. Saw yers officiating. The celebration of the event took place at the home pt the parents off the groom, Mr. an-. Mrs. John liahn. where a supper was I SOUVENIR DAY Saturday. May 28 A Free Souvenir to Everybody with a Feast of Bargains for all. Come, help us Celebrate. Ladies" new skirts for Decora tion day up from 49c Ladies new suits f it decoration day tip from $1.49 Ladms' new hats for DnooTa- tion day up from 9tc Ladies" new waists for Decora tion day up from 49c Ladies new shoes for Dtci ra tion day up from $1.49 Men's $1S fine suits for !eo ra tion day at $9.9s Men's So trousers for IVcora tion day $2.9. Men's $:J spring bats for Decor it ion day $l.4". Men's $." patent leather sh c ; tomorrow .. ..$2.95 , , ... .Mens .oe neckwear lor ntcor- ntiiji dav . . SSc I Young men's nobby s iits for Nottingham lace curtains. Decoration day S5.50 souvenir day price $1.25 Boys' spring suits for Decora- I 5ue linen carpet, souvenhf day tion dav $1-I9piice 35c Four FLooms Furnished Complete for Qft On Easy Payments of $10 a. Month. Compare our Prices with those Asked by Others, and you will Find we Save You a Good 20 Per Cent. SUNSHINE OUTFITTERS 113 East Second Street, Da.venport, Iowa. H Ar8a?55r ."jSP'j-?- . I , '' IsasasB !i! . . -v - BBa served and the evi niny given over ti appropriate festivities. Mr. and Mrs Hahn will reside- on BeHe avenue, Dai en poet, where the groom, who is em ployed at Roek Island arsenal, has fit ted out a cosy home. MCABL'S sp i.it fur Saturday. Ladies" a-e yoke vents, 12c id to be plaid ribbons, yd., .". Ladies' two-piece wash suits. SI .05 $::.:t) Jap silk waists, $1.69. !(c fri::;r mI napkins. ... bil !ren s raney parasols, MK-. W omen's ISc lace hose. 9c. l ; illar silk Drabreltas, ". Ladies' $-j kiT- oxfords, t Large $3.50 willow rockers, $t.98. Chocolate creams, pev H.. loc. 'Frefh roasted salted peanots1 Toe, Men's silk hi W ties. 10c. broo and be ptns, 18c, I urn-over Win:- embroil c 1 !::r-. 'Je. Trinsmi d suib r hat . !!c, M i:. ic Ln.t he evening. WsMiiSi The poldic watering troughs arc nly for the purposes implied, l'ar iis carry big off water from the troughs hereafter will be prosecuted WILLIAM M'COXOCHJE, Mavor. I!'s spring caps f"r Decora tion day 25c "t." Tri-('it refrigerators, pott- enir day price $10. 50 $S chiffonier, five drawers. BOV xenir day price $.".y.. S1.S0 leather seat diners, sou venir day price $1.0 KL95 iron (kids, full size, sou venir day price $1.9." $t' eouches, best made. ou- enir day price S?.93 $.! Thnj i n a rus. ." feet long, souvenir day price Sl.tHi 4 fancy ri ckrrs. ouvrnir day nice ' $1.0O reversihle rusr. souvenir 'll P .... gaxiline stoves, souvenir day orice $2.95 2 lied room suits, souvenir daT price t $lfi.50 S. S. R0B3, OF THIS CIT7, 13 TO MARRY A M0LIHE 0IBL II. K. Robb, of this city, employed .vith the Central Union Telephone iompany's construction force, and Mis Kellie Benell, of Ifoline, are to be married next Wednesday evening, i'hc i vent is to take place at the home f the hrid.'s parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Benell, at S o'clock. Mi.-s Benell lias for some time been teacher at Ya.-iiinsti n school. In Moline. The teachers of that building prave a plate hovver for her last evening;. YOUNG & M'COMBS' tore PYWS r.r Sut-irtlHy Closed All lay MoiiiImv llrriinttlun Iy Buy Vonr Flj BtiirlaT. M.n"- mohair s i : i -. with r with nt collar, re;il value, worth up to i:;. .".(.; ;s big snap, Saturday at si.Ti. Men's bnlbriggttn shirts and draw rs. i?e. MenTs black Bocks v. ith white f 't, Saturday two pair for 35c. Ladies' 'iU parasols itii fancy to) ler, ( i nga ban '! . regular -'-.5t! and a lucky purchase enables is to sell th m for $1.28. A large assorrmen! of dainty stock i !!:; i s Sa t nr.! iv 2Se. Importation iraduation f;:ns. pecial value for Saturday 50c, worth i frreat deal more. Band l:i ir-" . the !:. t. our price for Saturday 25c, 4-in. hemstitched pillow eascsi '-c'. 5t' dip hip net corsets new stylea, :i9e. Sereeu doors. 8-10x6-10 feet, preen or red, G3. Silk sponges Saturday 10c SSc Kirk's perfumes, in assorted odors, tiring your bottle, Saturday per .. ISc. Colgates fine shaving soap, ". (o if hat pins, burnt leather eady, per pair, &5e. L'.'.e shtli vv;tit -i Is, ozydincd, tQC Watches and clocks cleaned for a limite I time for T."i Siins'.-t kSsses, wrapped at our can dy counter, per Il.. lo-. Saturday. Pudge, assorted flavors, per !l.. Hie. The best shirt vvai.-t ever offered in the three citi.-. See them. 88c. Music in the evening. AfJ are in vited. BATTLES' SATURDAY SALE. Fourth Avenue tin. I Seventeenth Street. Mi- -" t..M) shoe. It to 2. OSc. Misses' $3 shoe, n t. L;. $t.to. hilI $t shoe. 5 to s. -t.c. Boys" $1.."0 shoes. '.ISc. Boys' tennis oxfords, t'.ic. Men' an- women'a rubber heelo, t- "It's a little farther, but it pays Settled PropooaU. Fealed Pl'iipiiaabl will be received at the head office, Modern Woodmen of tnerica. until Wednesday, June 15, 1904, at 11 o'clock a. ni.. on pJumbiag, beating and e!ectri- wirin"; for annex to head office building. Ptaaa and specifications may Iw seen at the office of Architect Leonard Drack, at Bocfc Island. 111. Each bid shall le accompanied ly a certified eheak of 8 xt cent f the amount of bid. Said proposals to 1m properly ':iiel and delivered at the time men tii nn!. ami a!!resHl uPrapbsahi a Plumbing, Beating, Electric Wiring, for Annex Bnilding,"' J Model a Woodsnen f America. The board f directors naejves the rlir'nt to reject ,-mv rir all l:ds. C. ST. H W i:s. Rend lerk. Kaeh Isms !. I!!. Nolle Ii .ii union rarncr snopa mil oe cios- ed all day Monday, Decoration day. SOL MOR.ITZ, 12! West Second St.. Da.ven.port, la. Tomorrow Morrving Begins ovir Senrvi-Annviasl Great $10 u Suit sale a clothing sale positively witKovit a pre- fiUJli I cedent or parallel $12. 50, $13.50 and $15 Suits at . MIU O O Several hundred Men's Suits of the best cnssimertfS, cheviots, homespuns and worsteds, in the season's newest find mo?t popular styles. Not a suit in this sale that is worth less than $12 50. You cannot afford to mis this opportunity and would advise you to come early before the best numbers are sold out i CCCOOCKJCCOCCOOOOOOCOOCeCCC (XSQCaCOOGVCCOQZOGOCOQCQQQC CONCERT AT CLOSE Commencement for 1904 at Au gu.tana College Comes to End Last Evening iLUMNI HOLDS ITS BEUSI0N Or. N. O. W. LiaKertedt, Sweditb Commissioner, Speaks on ndacatioa. Commencement for J'.)(H at Ang-us-tana college closed last evening witli the annual concert at the chapel, where gathered an audience that filled sveri available seat in the auditorium, many standing- during the excellently rendered program, which included vo cal solos Mrs. FScSa Lund, selections by the chapel choir. Wennerherg cho rus and Milo junrtet. piano solo by Prof. F. E. Peterson, organ solo by Prof. A. J. Bodfors, reading by Mrs. Mary Sea rles-Penrose and a number by the Augustana orchestra. The Alumni association held its an nual reunion and banquet in the col lege gymnasium yesterday afternoon. Prof. V. 0. Petersen vvas toaetmaater. Cotlrtre Honors Bae. Dr. N. (l. V. Lagerstedt, Commis sioner from Sweden to the world's fair at St. Louis, says that Aupus tiina college is an honor to the Swedish-American people, considering' the important results of its activity and because it is maintained through the love and sacrifice of the Swedish Americana. Dr. Legerstedt stopped of? in Rock Island on his way to St. Louis to be present at the commence ment exercises. Dr. Lagerstedt spoke of the thret moat important kinds of Swedish schools at the present time: The sec ondary state schools for boys, the sec ondary schools for girls, and the com mon .schools. With regard to the stale secondary xhools for boys, he put forth the most prominent traits of the very Im portant reform which, in consequence of a resolution by the Swedish riksdag passed the first days of this month. i going to be carried out in the immedi ate future. The study of classical languages is going to be considerably reduced. Latin may be studied only during the last four years of the Course instead of six years as hith erto. Some of the schools are to be coeducational, this being the fit time that coeducational secondary schools are instituted by the state in Sweden. A certain amount of liberty in the Choice of subjects for study in the upper clashes will be allowed the students. Steady Orowth of Common School. Speaking of the steady growth of the Swedish common schools. Dr. La gerstedt held forth what a small per eentage of illiteracy Sweden has, only one in a thousand inhabitants, the Scandinavian countries and Germany standing foremost in this respect in the whole world. He mentioned that the Swedish common school teachers themselves in our days occupy a very prominent place as leaders and pro moters of the development of these schools. The Swedish higher girls' schools of today may be considered as repre senting preferably the ideal stand pi. int in education, the psychological and pedagogic view. The most prom inent writer now living on education al questions in Sweden is a represen tative of these schools. Miss Anna Sandstrom, principal of a higher school for girls in Stockholm. If you look fn- the best and moat elaborate methods and ways of imparting in struction in Swedish schools, yon may probably find them in some of the hlghef schools for girls. The speaker pointed oat the gen eral tendencies of present educational development in Sweden irrespective of different kinds of schooK. The first is a tendency in the direction of unity a far as regards the lower grades of schools the lower grades of the com mon schools becoming the common base of the higher grades of these schools and the secondary schools; coeducation of hoys and girls gaining ground; the branching off of the clas sical and modern line finding place at a later period. Txuttency In Ilia her BMMlSS. With regard to the higher grades, there is a tendency In an opposite di rection, namely, to suit different abil ities and practical needs in the pupils iy arranging different lines and by making the subjects of ins I ruction option? I within certain limits. An other tendency at hist is marked by the earnest endeavors made to impart the instruction in different subjects in a way to make it as much as possi ble fruitful with regard to the mental and physical development of the pu- pils. Tin speaker emphasized the fact 1 hough Sweden In 0 certain is an old country, its inhabi ire full of visor and energy and fhat. sense tants looking forward to a grand future for their country, a hope that is being justified' by the rapid progress of the country in different directions. Had digestion is responsible for most cases of pale, lifeless complexions, blues, red noses and bad temper. Hoi lister's Rocky Mountain Tea positively cures all stomach troubles. 35 cents. T. II. Thomas, pharmacist. EASY TO BUY sHBHRHHBB XS."?7r """Lliiiviiiiu orifa.v'Vt 3s"wiRJ . iuiijK''smjnwsif jAtflflBH Xt S l ft That we sell better made clothing on CREDIT for less money than yovi can bviy the inferior qvialities elsewhere for cash. We Make It is a. well known dle ma.ns profits including traveling and salesman opened occounts with us realizing Ghe worth of buying direct trom tne maners. Come in and talk the matler over with the manager and you will surely de cide that you need not wait any longer. 75he terms will be made to suit your conv nience and nothing is added to the cash price pecial Hargainf. In order to reduce stock previovis to enlarging our store we are now offering I A C;,c formerly sold at $12.50 to $15 now - $ 9.98 LOLUIcS 3Ull& J3he finest $25.00 Suit now - 14.98 In fine broadcloth, and X5he latest novelty goods. Well known experts admit that our U0. ' Ciwjfc heve every feature the high-priced tailor rlCll S OUllS made garments, except one J5je high price. We Clothe 6e Whole Family on Credit. Peonle s Credit Clothing Co., I 521 Twentieth I ROCK ISLAND. ccccocn(XKXxoac-ococo c;oocc PETERSSS'S FIRST CONCERT AT WATCH TOWER TUfctDAY The first in the season's veric- of promenade concerts by Petersen's band I !e g&ren at the VVnteli Tow er it t Tuesday evening. The con certs are t l e alternated between the tower and Scinictzcn park, Davenport, and the subscription tickets will be honored a i cither place. The program f' i next Tuesday evening Is to be as frllow: March. ' The Steel King' St. Clair Overture. "Raymond" Thomas Walt. "Ernestine. W. Paris Chambers Selection, "Prince of Pilsen. . .Luders Rogers Brothers in London Max Hoffman Sextet, from ' Lucia" Donizetti Intermezzo. "Ahona" Vivian Orav Caprice la Fleurette Wcllcsley Selection. "The Stroller: Knylandcr CITIZEN REFUSES TO PAY TOLL ON MILAN BRUGES A. K. Rounds of this city, has taken an appeal from a Milan justice court, where be was fined for refusing to pay ti I! at the Lock Island city bridges at Milan, to the circuit court. The case will again bring in question the rhrht of the city to collect tolls. Do You Know Every Garmervt We and positive fact that the customer must pay the mid St. Old 'Phone, W. 1210 exxxxoooooooooooooocoo ROCK ISLAND CHILD IS ONE OF PRETTIEST IN AMERICA Walter M. Blakcsley, aged " viar-. son of Mr. and Mrs. (i. K. Blakertley. ihi city, appears as one of the prettiest children in America in Ibis month's fcsue of the Ladies Home Journal in the IL-t f prettiest chil dren in America chosen from tlioe whose photographs were submitted to (he Journal's critic, Mr. ROssell I.oun Association Notlc. The Rock Island Mutual Building, Loan & Savings association, the oldest savings institution in this Miction of the state, is now issuing its SKth series of stock. Regular monthly investments will earn, If left to maturity. B per cent, and if withdrawn before ma turity a larger per cent than can be obtained in any other channel for savings. All funds are loaned for the building of Rock Island houses, thus giving employment to our own cifi sena and thereby stimulating home trade in every channel. Mechanics in the. building trades, merchants, and all citizens interested in the progress of our city will reap :1 double advantage through investments in this stock. E. H. OUYER, Secretary. Mitchell A Lynda Building. EASY TO PAY expense. Thousands have V M Mnvam paaawam