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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1904.
DIG SUM ASKED
FOR AN ALLEGED
John Flenker. of IJbertj townsh!p.
has filed an action at Davenport
against Louis Steinbeck of the same
place to recover IC.000 for alleged
damages incurred tbrouzh false ar
rest and malicious persecution and
because of an assault made upon nim
by the defendant with a poker.
Flenfcer I represent ?d by A. P. Mc
Gulrk. He alleges that on Nov. 21 he
was arrested and maliciously proswi
ted before Justice J. C Hall iijon a
charee of assault and battery, whlcn
however, was dismissed, and came to
naught in that court. Kor the blight
to hit reputation thereby cansed Flen
ker wants to recover $3.mo.
Further Mr. Klenker alkies that the
defendant in the same quarrel struck
him with an Iron bar. dr poker. In
fllctlng such Injury that It will require
$1,0io additional to satisfy for.
Battles for shoes.
Battles for sllppera.
Battles for footwear.
Finne sells god shoes.
Fancy apples at Harris.
Call for Improved Zazaro.
Fancy apple at Weckel'ii.
Buy a home of ReiJy Bros.
For Insurance. E. J. Burns.
Christmas trees at Slmser's.
Holiday slippers at Battles.
Lage-Waters for fine footwear.
Oranges 12 cents at Weckel's.
Buy your groceries at Weckel's.
Comfortable shoes at Dolly Bros.
Tri-City Towell Supply company.
For bus, baggage.express.call Robb's.
Go to Lage-Waters for shoe bargains.
Try Lage-Waters foi your next shoes.
Holly and evergreen at Passig
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Slippers from -id cents to $2.50 at
Special bargains at Lage-Waters'
Ladies' fine patent leather shoes at
Imitation alligator sl'ppers 49 cents
at I age-Waters.
Fresh oysters and choice celery at
II. Tremann's Sons.
Our men's suits at big reductions.
Summers & LaVelle.
Christmas slippers at Lage-Waters.
1703 Second avenue.
One-fourth off on all boys suits.
Summers & IjiVelle.
You can buy of us with conGdence.
knowing you will see oniy new suits
and overcoats. Attend our anti-dis-
solntlon sale and saTe dollars. Ulle
meyer & Sterling.
Bleuers jewelry store is open every
evening till 10 o'clock.
Lage-Waters have a complete stock
of Christmas slippers.
Fresh nuts, figs, dates and other
fruits at Kuschmann's.
At Blier's a small deposit will se
en re any article for you.
White clover honey in comb and
strained at Kuschmann's.
Plenty of fine dressed chickens at
the packing house market.
The Crown patent leather $3 shoes
for $2.45 at Lage-Waters'.
Dressed turkeys, ducks and chick
ens at H. Tremann's Sons.
Nobby caps for boys, 35 and 50
cents. Sommers & LaVelle.
Fresh dressed turkeys, ducks, geese
and chickens at Schroeder's.
Just arrived today, Christmas trees
at the Fifteenth street florists.
You can save 35 to 50 per cent by
buying your shoes at Flnne's.
A pair of slippers will keep "him"
home nights. Battles has em.
"We go them one better on low
prices. Ullemeyer Sc Sterling.
Turkeys, chickens, geese and ducks,
alive or dressed, at Hess Bros.
Christmas handkerchiefs for fancy
work at Ullemeyer & Sterling's.
Nicely dressed turkeys, chickens
and ducks at Harris tomorrow.
Attend the removal sale of George
F. Schmale. 1501 Fourth avenue.
Slippers make an appropriate gift
for Christmas. See ours. Battles.
Velvet slippers for men 49 cents at
Lage-Waters. 1703 Second avenue.
Great souvenir spoon sale next Tues
day afternoon from 2 to 4 at Bleuer's.
Wailine & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5SS4
W. II. Siemon will do your tin work:
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746.
Peanut candy and taffy 10 cents per
pound at Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
The King's Daughters cook book
will make an attractive Christmas
A pair of slippers and a pipe make
a man happy. Battles has the slippers.
Y. M. C. A. course Tuesday, Dec. 13.
Dr. A. A. Willlts, the dispenser of sunshine.
Bargains in men's overcoats. See
us for low prices. Sommers & LaVelle.
Leaf lard, spare ribs, pork tender
loins and neck bones at H. Tremann's
A fresh supply of fine Milwaukee
sausages has been received at Passlg
Attend the great removal sale of
George F. Schmale and save money on
A bottle of fine wine free with every
purchase of $1 or over at Simon
The Ixmgview Floral company is
better than ever prepared to supply I
JONAS BEAR MADE MEMBER
GRAND LODGE COMMITTEE
Receives Appointment from J. A. Lu
cas, Newly Elected Master of
the Odd Fellows Society.
Jonas Bear, of.Ucal lodge No. 608,
I. O. O. F., today received notice from
J. A. Lucas, the newly elected grand
master of his appointment as a mem
ber of the committee on state of the
order, of which Charles S. Harris
past grand master, of Galesburg, is
chairman. Another member of the
committee . Is Gen. Alfred Orendorf,
of Springfield, also a former grand
master. The appointment is for a
year. The next session of the grand
lodge will be held at Springfield the
third Tuesday In November of 1905.
the public with holly, greens, wreath
ing. Christmas bells, etc., for the holi
25 per cent discount on all boys and
little fellows overcoats. Sommers &
Remember the 'King's Daughters
cook book in making out your Christ
Men's and boys winter caps. 50-cent
values now 25 cent?. Ullemeyer &
With every 25-cent purchase you get
a ticket on a real steam locomotive at
Christmas bells, something new and
attractive. Just out. Longview Floral
Robert H. Johnston departs early
next week for an extended visit in
Best patent leather shoes for men
ever placed on the market for $2.95.
Something new, Christmas bells, see
them at H. Meyers', the florist, Fif
The stage of water was 2.20 at C
a. m., at the Rock Island bridge and
2.30 at noon.
Attend Simon & Mosenfelder's disso
lution sale, the greatest Rock Island
has ever seen.
Get your Christmas wines and
liquors at Simon Lewis', largest stock
in the tri-clties.
Choicest raisins, currants, citrons
and spices for your Christmas baking
at ' Kuschmann's.
25 per cent discount on men's trous
ers; choice of any In the store. Som
mers & LaVelle.
Go to the packing house market for
tenderloin, spare ribs. Boston butts
and pork tenderloin.
. Removal sale. George F. Schmale,
1501 Fourth avenue. Low prices will
reduce this shoe stock.
Mrs. Austin's Pancake Flour, made
from the three great staffs of life:
wheat, corn and rice.
A nice display of fresh fruits and
vegetables at Passig- Bros, tomorrow.
Order your dinner there.
Men'3 silk lined silk gloves, mostly
small sizes, regular price $1.50, spe
cial for Saturday C9 cents at Young &
Boys kid and mocha giovcs. regu
lar price 50 cents for Saturday, 36
cents at Young & McCombs.
Trunks and suit cases included in
our discount sale. New lines just re
ceived. Ullemeyer & Sterling.
Men's all wool cassimere sox, reg
ular price 25 cents for Saturday 16
cents at.Young & McCombs.
$3.50 men's patent colt blucher
shoes, as long as they last, at $2.S3
at Finne's, 1601 Second avenue.
Stock must be reduced before re
moval. Every shoe included. George
F. Schmale, 1501 Fourth avenue.
Diamonds, diamonds, Bleuer. has the
best variety and asks less for them
than any other place in the tri-cities.
All off the profit on our men's
suits. If you are seeking bargains.
they are here. Sommers & LaVelle.
Some more of those delicious home
made coffee cakes at McCarty's tomor
row, 324 Twentieth street, both phones.
Order your Sunday dinner at Hess
Bros, tomorrow. They will hare a
complete line of fresh vegetables and
Bleuer is going to give away free a
lady's $75 solid gold watch. Every dol
lar's worth you buy entitles you to one
Tenderloin, leaf lard, spare ribs,
pork tenderloin, pork trimmings, and
Boston butts at the packing house
65 pairs boys' kangaroo calf, box
calf and vici kid shoes, lace, heavy
sole, Saturday's price at Finne's, $1.20
Men's all wool shirts and drawers,
broken sizes, regular price $1.25 Sat
urday special 69 cents at Young &
To have delicious, brown cakes for
breakfast, mix only cold water with
Mrs. Austin's pancake flour. All gro
cers sell it.
We are "it." Buy your clothing at
the original dissolution sale. Every
thing sold at enormous reductions.
Cleaning and pressing done with
care and promptness by Beal & Mc
Carthy. Illinois theatre building, old
phone 716 L.
Fancy pattern child's sets, knife,
fork and spoon, fine silver plate, 50
cents per set, Saturday at McCabe's
You will find a new line of leather
novelties for the den. Water colors
for any room, and fancy picture frames
A full line of new pure drugs, etc.,
at Steiner's Fifth avenue pharmacy,
success or to B. H. Bieber. Prescrip
tions a specialty.
Mr. add Mrs. C. H. Harris, of Taylor
Ridge, and Mrs. Fred Titterington, of
this city, leave tomorrow to spend the
winter in California.
Miss EInora McQuade and George
Schaum, both of this city, were mar
ried yesterday by Magistrate G. A.
Johnson at his office.
We have only new clothing and ail
our suits and overcoats included in
FOR ROCK ISLAND CLUB
Matter of Interest to be Considered
at Meeting to be Held Next
An important meeting of the mem
bership of the Rock Island Club is
to be held at the club house next
Tuesday evening. President Charles
McHugh is exceedingly anxious that
all members make it a point to at
tend, as matters of importance .involv
ing a number of projects looking to
the up-building of the city are to come
up for disposition.
The Rock Island Club has done
much for the advancement of the city
and has successfully directed a num
ber of Important enterprises, of
which the Illinois theatre is not the
least important. It can accomplish
much more if the membership will
take hold of what it has in hand with
the same spirit that has hitherto char
acterized such endeavor.
At a meeting of the directors last
night the club was found to be in the
most flourishing condition it has ever
been financially, the membership roll
now numbering 300, of whom 200 are
residents of the city.
our wonderful anti-dissolution sale.
Ullemeyer & Sterling.
Look all over town and see what you
can do, and if we don't sell cheaper
than all others, don't buy of us. Noth
ing marked up. The London.
New and up-to-date line of smoking
jackets and bath robe samples made
to order or ready made at Beal & Mc
Carthy's, Illinois theatre building.
"The Apostle of Sunshine" at the
Illinois Dec. 13, in Y. M. C. A, course.
Best cure for "blues" yet. Get your
ticket tomorrow for 35 or 50 cents.
Christmas boxes of Hurd's and
Crane's stationery; dairies for 1905;
calendars, Christmas cards and post
cards, in large variety, at Kingsbury's.
John Voss. the Rock Island wrestler,
defeated John Murray, of Omaha. Neb.,
in a wrestling match at Geneseo Tues
day evening, winning two out of three
One-third off the price of boys' and
children's suits, and you have the se
lection of the largest stock in the town
at the original dissolution sale. The
Dr. Willits, the "Apostle of Sun
shine," dispels despondency and gloom.
Affected? Better go, Tuesday, Dec. 13.
at the Illinois. Seat sale tomorrow, 35
and 50 cents.
People are still coming from far and
near to get the benefit of the never be
fore heard of low prices prevailing at
Simon & Mosenfelder's bona fide dis
That people certainly know values 1
when they see them is shown by the
way that the large bundles are going
out through both ends of our store.
Gustafson & Hayes.
We must unload much easier to di
vide money than merchandise. You
get the benefit of the enormous reduc
tions at the original dissolution sale.
We are "it." You know ns." The Lon
As fast as one lot of suits or over
coats is sold, we apply the knife deep
er in another of more value to take its
place. The entire stock must be sold,
no matter what the sacrifice. Simon
The Ullemeyer & Sterling anti-dissolution
sale is bringing the clothing
buyers In from miles away, and they
are going home loaded with new. clean
clothing and furnishings bought at Ul
lemeyer & Sterling's.
The greatest of all clothing sales, is
our third annual December sale. We
sell more high grade suits and over
coats at a large discount than all the
rest put together. Don't miss out on
this sale. Gustafson & Hayes.
Never before has such a high class
line of clothing been sold at so large
a discount. The finest line of clothing
made in the world goes at 25 to 50 per
cent off on the dollar in the month of
December. Don't miss out. Gustafson
It 1b expected that Santa Claus will
appear on the roof of the McCabe toy
store about 2 o'clock Saturday, and it
is hinted that he is likely to throw a
lot of toys and Christmas presents to
many of the good little children who
come to see him.
The Helper's Circle of the King's
Daughters have their cook book now
on sale by Mrs. Montgomery, 1209 Sec
ond avenue: Mrs. Warner, 2832 Fifth
avenue and Miss Dart, 2106 Seventh
avenue, or they can be obtained from
any member of the circle.
The Rock Island Ice company, of
which Martin Weinberger is proprie
tor, has arranged to handle coal also.
Their office is located at 718 Fourth
street where they will be ready at all
times to promptly fill orders for the
best grades of soft and hard coal.
New phone. 5477, old, 7S9-Y.
No accumulation of old and shelf
worn clothing, no "humming birds"
thrown in, but a new, clean line of
men's, boys' and children's suits and
overcoats are sold at 25 to 50 per cent
off on the dollar. Never before have
such values been shown anywhere, as
we are showing. Gustafson & Hayes.
George F. Schmale, the shoe dealer,
will on or about the 15th of this month
remove his shoe store from 1501 Fourth
avenue to 1605 Second avenue, opposite
the Illinois theatre. In order to remove
as little of the stock as possible a re
moval sale has been inaugurated which
will continue until the time of remov
al. Everything in the store has been
Every vestige of clothing and fur
nishing goods is placed at the mercy
of the public. Never has such an op
portunity been given to buy such high
grade merchandise at such ridiculous
prices. One-fourth, one-third and one-
half off on our entire stock. Simon & !
Every article in our clothing and fur
nishing goods department will be sold
at one-half, one-third and one-fourth, of
the low prices we have always main
tained. Come and take advantage of
the greatest of all sales Rock Island
REV. R. F. SWEET
LOIV LATE TODAY
Word from the Battle Creek sanitar
ium, in Moline, where he has been a
patient several months, late this after
noon was to the effect that Rev. Dr.
R. F. Sweet, for years the beloved pas
tor of Trinity Episcopal church in this
city, was very low. He has been in a
condition of coma several days. This
morning he suffered a sinking spell,
but rallied from it. and rested com
fortably thereafter. He is precarious
ly weak, and the physicians at his bed
side are fearful that he can not much
has ever known. Simon & Mosenfeld
er's bona fide dissolution sale.
For your gentlemen's presents you
have a chance at the original dissolu
tion sale to buy up-to-date Christmas
presents. Everything new. You know
us. The London.
Remember, Simon & Mosenfelder
guarantee every article, every price
and every statement that has been ad
vertised in newspapers and circulars.
Any merchandise not satisfactory, your
money" will be refunded. Our motto:
"Your money's worth, or your money
We wish to apologize to the many
customers who were unable to be wait
ed upon during the first week of our
great bona fide dissolution sale. We
were surprised at the enormous amount
of goods that went out of our store.
We have engaged more extra help and
will be better able to serve our patrons
during the balance of the month. Si
mon & Mosenfelder.
Of Tailor-Made Suit and Overcoat
Patterns Made to Your Measure
Remember, we use the best of work
manship in our garments and they are
guaranteed to fit. Do not buy clothes
made for someone else, bought In car
load lots and "glued" together. Call
and see us.
BEAL & M CARTHY.
Illinois Theatre Building.
FIVE POUNDS SUGAR 25 CENTS
At the Home Tea Company Timor
row. Five pounds of sugar for 25 cent,
with a purchase only, all day tomorrow.
HOME TEA COMPANY.
Mr, and Mrs. Utke Surprised.
At their home last evenine Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Utke were taken by sur
prise by a company of friends. Re
freshments were served and an eniov-
able evening was spera by all. Tim
guests presented the couple a china
(Q)zr IFLiveir of Bargains JFiows Steadily O
THE MONEY SAVING PEOPLE STREAM M. & Kward.
NOTHING CAN STEM THE TIDE.
MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR 50c
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR $1.50
WISH IT WERE
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR $1
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR $1.75
AND $2 UNDERWEAR AT
LyE shall continue to hammer down
prices until every citizen of
Rock Island and vicinity is convinc
ed thaLt there is no pla.ee like
M. (SL K. It may be a little expensive,
but we are determined the public shall
feel positive on this question for now
and for always.
THE SPLENDID BARGAINS
AND SOUVENIRS WE
A LOT OF FINE $15 OVER
COATS REDUCED TO
PERFECT BEAUTIES IN $20
TO $16.50 AND
MEN'S CASSIMERE PANTS,
$2 VALUES, AT
A LOT OF FINE $1630 AND
$18 OVERCOATS RE
YOUR CHOICE FROM OUR $32,
$28 AND $25 OVER