,THE ARGUS, TIIUItSDAY, MAY i, iooj.
THE CRYING NEED
MEETING AT AN END
Rock Island Should Have More
State Convention of A. O. U. W.
Adjourns After Session
Houses for Growing
1620 Second Avenue
R.ock Island. 111.
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Ladies' Xnit Under
Ladies' jersey ribbed vests,
bleached pure white, full taped
neck and arm holes, also with
wing sleeves, sizes 4 to C, 2 for
23c values, Friday's sale nc
price. 3 for 4-OC
Ladies' jersey ribbed umbrella
pants, with lace bottom, regular
25c kind. Friday, special, nr.
3 pairs for . . . ." fcOC
Complete line of the Murtsing
celebrated underwear, ladies',
misses' and children's (we are
sole agents) union suits in three
No matter how particular you
may be in matters of dress, a
pleasing surprise awaits you in
the cloak and suit department.
We are showing garments that
have just the right style and tone
and that becoming neatness that
is so essential to the well dress
ed woman's appearance. See our
special Friday leader in covert
jackets for $5, Wooltex brand.
See our silk shirt waist
suits Friday at
See our wool suit $20
See our mohair skirt
Men's balbriggnn shirts ; and
drawers, cheap at 39c, nr
special, each ... i-OC
Men's Egyptian balbriggan
shirts and drawers, shirts with
ribbed tail. French neck, draw
ers with reinforced seats, in
special, each rOC
Mun6ing union suits for men,
nothing better made, JQ OC
from 98c to
Curtain stretchers, with TTQp
stationary, pin JC
Curtain stretchers, with QQ
adjustable pin I.OJ
3-ply garden hose, coupled, guar
anteed for two years" Iflr
wear, per foot IUC
Asparagus roots, per 5QC
Chrysanthemum plants. JQq
Tuberose plants, per "Iflf
Wall paper cleaner, per Q(
Jp--Lac for all kinds of work.
Heath & Milligart's outside and
Pure boiled linseed oil, Cff
per gallon OUC
A CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT
Demand Greater This Spring Than
Ever Before For Cottages
On an average of twice a season for
the past dozen or more years, The Ar
gus has found it its duty to call atten
tion to the lack of a sufficient number
of tenement house of moderate rental
to accommodate the rapidly increasing
population. "While the record of build
ing improvements published in The
Argus at the close of each year has
shown that these suggestions have not
been "unheeded, yet the city has ex
panded and extended so much more
steadily than has the march of build
ing improvement with all that has been
done, that each springtime has found
the demand for houses greater than
the supply. This is as usual the ex
perience this year.
The statement may be safely ven
tured that today not less than one hun
dred medium priced houses, that would
rent from say $12 to $18 per month
would find ready takers. Further than
this a number of even higher rated
tenements would not go begging.
Flat AImo dcA.
What is true in the matter of houses.
would apply with equal emphasis to
the flat question. Flat buildings in all
sections of the city would undoubtedly
prove profitable investments.
The capitalist who wants to realize
quickly on his investment has only to
put up a number of tenement houses or
flat buildings, and help the town as
well as himself.
GOES TO THE PENITENTIARY
William T. McDonald Sentenced to
Two and One-Half Years.
William T. McDonald, who entered
a plea of guilty to a charge of perjury
was sentenced to the Fort Madison
penitentiary, Iowa, for 2 years and six
months at hard labor, this morning by-
Judge Barker, of Davenport. In mak
ing his statement, McDonald said that
he had been drinking in Chicago, and
was influenced to sign the affidavit
which was presented as an argument
for a rehearing of the Huggard case
against the Glucose company. McDon
aid will be taken to Fort Madison this
Now Buy at
HAY AND STRAW.
CORN AND OATS.
WHEAT AND SCREENING.
In fact I am going to keep all
kinds of feed. I thank my old
customers for past favors and
would like you to come back and
a good many new ones.
Best goods at to west prices.
N. P. F. NELSON,
2025 4th Ave. New phone 6137.
Order your Spring
Suit or Overcoat at
J. B. ZIMMER &S0H
New Location, 1817 Second Ave.
NEW OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN
Proposition to Merge With the Degree
of Honor Ladies' Auxiliary,
The state meeting of the A. O. U. W.
came to a close at Moline last night
and the delegates departed for their
The proposition of merging the grand
lodges of the A. O. U. W. and the De
gree of Honor, the auxiliary order, was
voted down. The salary of the grand
recorder was raised from $4,000 to
$5,000 a year.
The proposition to discontinue the
grand lodge was voted down.
The grand lodge yesterday afternoon
chose East St. Louis for the biennial
session of 1907 and elected the follow
Grand Master Workman C. L. Hen
Grand Recorder C. P. Hitch, Paris.
Grand Foreman Harry Swimmer,
Grand Overseer D. B. Rothers, Chi
Grand Receiver Frank Kurrus, East
Representatives to Supreme Lodge
at Kansas City Alfred Orendorff,
Springfield; John Yantis, Shelby ville;
C. H. Eich, Chicago.
Grand Trustee W. G. Morris.
Ofller of Auxiliary.
The Degree of Honor convention
elected the following officers:
Past Grand Chief of Honor Lena
Grand Chief of Honor Louisa Bois-
menrue. East St. Louis.
Grand Lady of Honor Amelia Rap-
Grand Chief of Ceremonies Mrs.
Henry Fellmer, Moline.
Grand Recorder Frances LIchtner,
Grand Receiver Belle Harrell, Can
Grand Inside Watch Elizabeth
Grand Outside Watch Kate Sulli
Supreme Representatives Lena
Swimmer, Frances LIchtner, and Flora
The Apollo lodge, Chicago. Success
lodge, of Moline, and Sangamon lodge
of Springfield, were found to have se
cured the largest number of new bene
ficiary members in the last two years.
and received awards of prizes of $15,
$10 and $5, respectively.
Benefits Paid Here.
The figures on the benefits paid in
Rock Island since the order was
launched here were brought out in re
reports yesterday and are as follows:
Deaths. Ben. Pd.
Noble, No. 1 35 $69,000
Island City. No. 4 ... 29 58.000
Germania. No. 6 37 74,000
Black Hawk, No. 81 f. 12,000
Chicago, May 4. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
May, 92, 92. 91Vi. 91.
July, S3'4, 83. 82. 83.
September. 79 Vi. 79. 78, 79.
May. 48. 48, 47. 47.
July. 46. 47. 46. 46.
September, 4GV6. 4C. 46Vi. 4C.
May. 29 Vi . 29 . 29 4 . 29 .
July. 28. 29. 28. 28.
September, 27. 28, 27, 27.
May, 12.05. 12.05. 12.00. 12.00.
July. 12.30. 12.32. 12.25, 12.30.
September, 12.50. 12.55, 12.47, 12.50.
May, 7.10, 7.12, 7.12. 7.12.
July, 7.30, 7.32. 7.30. 7.30.
September. 7.50. 7.50. 7.45, 7.47.
May, 6.95. 0.97. 6.95. 6.97.
July, 7.25. T.25. 7.25. 7.25.
September. 7.45. 7.47, 7.45, 7.47.
Receipts Today Wheat 21. corn 94,
oats 61, hogs 12,000,. cattle 7,000, sheep
Estimated Receipts Friday Wheat
18. corn 74. oats 44, hogs 15.000.
Hog market opened strong to 5c
higher. Light 5.80 5.45. good heavy
4.955.50, mixed and butchers 5.25
5.50, rough heavy 4.955.20.
Cattle market opened strong to 10c
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 6.000. cattle 2.000.
Hogs at Kansas City 16,000, cattle 3,
000. U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong, 5c to 10c higher. Light 5.25
5.47. mixed and butchers 5.30 5.52,
good heavy 5.00 5.52. rough heavy
Cattle market strong to 10c higher.
Beeves 4. 50 6.85. cows and heifers
1.605.25, stackers and feeders 2.70
Sheep market slow.
Hog market closed strong o 10c
higher. Light 5.25 5.47. mixed and
butchers 5.30 5.55. good heavy 5.00
5.55. rough heavy 5.00 5.23.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, May 4 Sugar 133V. Gas
!03, c, R- I. & P. 27, Southern Pa-
We Slave no Doubt You Krvow all About This New Concern,
THE CUT PRICE CLOTKIBNG & SHOE CO.
MAYBE YOU HAVE PURCHASED GOODS, or some of your friends have told you how much cheaper we are. selling the same grade of me-chan-dise
as the rest of the clothiers. As we have only been in business hers in Rock Island stnee the 22nd of April, we have no doubt there are a good
many who don't know there is a Cut Price Store in Rock Island. Therjfore, we extend you a hearty invitation to look over our stock and learn our
prices. As we have mentioned above, we have only been in business here since the '22nd of April. We opened up with a COMPLETE STOCK OF
Men's and Boys' Clothing. Furnishings, Boots and Shoes. But on account of the enormously large business we have done since the 22nd of April,
we found that more goods were needed, and a carload of New Merchandise, consisting cf MEN S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS
AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES will be placed on our shelves and tables.
PLEASE HEAD THE FOLLOWING PR.ICE LIST CAREFULLY. ITEM BY ITEM:
I.DIKS ASH CJKNTI-EMKXj Before you finish rending this, we wish to say that every article In our store Is strictly L'WIOTtT MAI1H t;OOIS, aad we
shall stand by It. Any article bought that Is not as recommended, you can return aad your money cheerfully refunded. Aa we stated above, we came
here to stay, and we want yoa to rely on what we say. Hoping you will give us a call, learn our stock uud prices. So trouble to show goods, lleap'y,
1620 Second Avenue, Building Formerly Occupied by Hess Bros.
rific 58, B. & O. 104. Atchison com
mon 81, Atchison preferred 101. C.
M. & St. P. 1G8, Manhattan 162V.
Copper 78 '4. W. U. Tel. Co. 93. X. Y.
Central 138, L.. & N. 143 4, C. & A.
Reading common 91 Canadian
Pacific 147. B. R. T. 59. IT. S. Steel
preferred 99 Vi. U. S. Steel common
Penna 138, Missouri Pacific
:, Union Pacific 117. Coal and
iron 79, Erie common 41. Waliash
preferred 40, C. & G. W. 19. Illinois
Central 157. Car Foundry 33. Re
public Steel preferred 71, Republic
Steel common 17.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Tcday's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, May 4. Following are
the wholesale quotations In the local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 2c2Sc; dairy
EKgs Fresh, 14 16c.
Live Poultry Spring crlckens. Kc
vr pound, hens. 9c per pound, ducks
9 10c, turkeys 13c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 30c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 4243c, oats 3233c
Forage Timothy hay $100110.50.
prairie $8, straw $G$7.
Wood Hard, per load. $4.50$5.00.
' Coal Lump, bushel, 1314c, slack,
per bushel, 8 to 9c.
Cattle Steers $3.00 $5.0?.
heifers $2.0 $3.00. calves 3.006.00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $4.50
Sheep Yearlings or over $5.00
t-j.00; lambs $5.50 $7.00
Bogus Inspector Convicted.
Salt Lake City. Utah. May 4. J. C.
Peltier, charged with Impereonating a
postoffice Inspector, was convicted
here. Several Utah politicians and of
fioeboMers. including United States
Senator Reed Smedt, were his victims.
Mrn'i Salts, la all !, I'hrvtota.T
'I'nrriU or Worsted!, fully O QQ 7
worth U inr price f ,
flood Mrn'a Suit. In faar.r Canh
mrrri. well made. with a jtood fnrni
4r' an I in llniar. in 1 different ntylr
of material to (.elect from. A QQ
f ally worth ST.T.O, oar price T.JJ
tioori Mfi'a Salt, atrletlr all wool.
In Cnnlimere, ercea aad Scotch
Tweed, fully worth S-.M. C AQ
oar price J.T7
t.ood Men' Snltn. all wool Worntertn.
Mericea and Diagonal, lined with all
wool aersre linlnic. fully C QQ
worth a 10. our price U.OU
A better (trade of Sera;ea, I)laa.nitln.
French t laa. made up In the heat
of at j lea, ainnle or double brenated,
fully worth 13 to SIB, Qu
Men'a Suit In Illajconala. Vlcunaa,
Sertrea. all wool Worateda, hand
made buttonholes. lined with allk or
ant In you never bought a better
anlt for I6 or SIN; Ifl fin
our price IU.UU
Our Youuk Men'a Sulta. from 1. to
20 yeara, are worth Iooklnic after,
are worth ."( per ceat more than we
are aelllnic them for. aa
,ow 2.50 up to 10.00
Boya' and fhlldren'a Suits, from S to
15 yeara. a Rood suit 99C
far1'!""!'.-'. 1'25 a,ld I'50
A strictly all wool 9 nil Tf 9 Rfl
Salt. 1 or 3-plece ...tUU 10 ',3U
Knaey Cashmeres. Clay Worateds aad
Serfces. in 2 or 3 plecea. .Norfolk, or
V;rfromwn.3.00, 3.50, 4.00
Ve are safe la an Inn; that better
Suits were never sold la this city at
any price. Itnln Coats and Sprlnit
Overcoats at toulahlanrly low
;ood Working I'nnta. worth S5C
SI, our price
A better pair of Pants. In 22 differ
ent styles to select from. 99c
worth ai-0. our price
A nearly all wool lnnts. In dark or
llnht shades, fully worth 1 25
strictly all wool IMints. In Worst
eds. Cashmeres and Tweeds, !''
worth f2.50, our 1.50
A better jsrade of Orcss Pants. In
strictly all wool Cashmeres, are fully
worth r.O per cent more than we nsk
Our Youths' Pants are In propor
tion as cheap.
AN OPEN EVENING
Delegates of Illinois State Medi
cal Society Will be Weil
PLAN GOOD TIME FOR GUESTS
Meet Here May 16, 17, and 1& Com
mittee Busy Looking up
The Illinois State Medical society
will hold its annual convention in Rock
Island May 16. 17 and IS. The physi
cians of the city are making elaborate
preparations for the event, at which
time it is expected that at least 000 or
800 visitors will be in Rock Island.
The evening of May IS an "open ev
ening" will be given in the Illinois
theatre. The following program has
Invocation, Rev. R. B. Williams, pas
tor of the First M. E. church of Rock
Vocal solo. Mrs. Dr. Brandt, of Chi
cago. Address of welcome. Mayor George
Address of welcome on behalf of
Rock Island Medical society, Dr. G.
L. Eyster. of Rock Island.
Response in behalf of society, W. E.
Quine. of Chicago.
President's annual address, William
E. Quine, or Chicago.
On the evening of May 17 the guests
will be treated to a river excursion.
The business eession.s will be open
only to members of the society and
will be held in tae library hall and the
First Methodist church. An exhibition
of various modern medical appliances
will be placed in the Sunday school
Mra'i Suit, all a lira, la
ii . -i t
I 1 f E'l
LP LaU 1
Boys' Knee Pants, alses from 4 to 15
reara. one lot of lOO dosca worth
'ram :UH- to SOc. 1 Qf
it. pair ,OU
Lot 2. 1H doaen Knee Paats worth
"rom 50c to 75c, our 33C
domen of a better grade
I'nals at, pair
Ira'a Overalls aad Jumpers, the
anal 50c grade, our 33C
".e grade, estra Overall 4Rr
or Jumper, our price
Skirts are also worth ineatloniag
rood work- 1Qr 9Q 9r QQ"
llreaa Shirts, laundered or nnlana
lered. In white or fancy patterns, are
orth your Inspection I
We also carry a full Hue of Collars
ind f uflTai linen Collars. Kt
. i . I I'nllnp. .... .WW
aood nalr of Men's
a . . .... .1 t .lnnttle
Men's Firemen aad Police 15C
TN'eckwear at about one-half the
price you are used to paying.
Handkerchiefs Itetl. white 2c
or blue, only
too Mens' I'mbrellas, the ?tr
r.H- kind, for
KMI Self-Openers .usual SI CHri
grade, for wU
Better Vtuhrellas equally as cheap.
Our line of Hats and Caps, to men
tion each style, would take up more
room than we can ay a re therefore.
It la to your ndvaatage to look them
over, as prices are half what you
have lteea paying.
Now. we wish to Impress npon your
minds that we carry as good a llae
of Men's, Boys' and C hildren's Shoes
as any merchant In the city.
A good Men's Solid Satin Qflr
Calf Shoe for wwv
A good Men's Shoe In solid 1 AO
leather for i.tw
Pine dress Shoes for men, in cnlf,
vlcl. black, ruaaet or O QQ
patent leather for
Flue Dress Shoes for Men, In patent,
Coronn. Calf. Velour Cnlf, Box Calf.
(Goodyear welt. 2 99
. . n , . ... , ....... ...... - - -
si.cs 1 to 5, from .
1.00 to 2.50
Boys Shoes .nixes 8 to TRr
11, and 11 to 1, up from '
Children's Shoes, slses
S to 8i up from
room of the church. The local com
mittee of physicians are preparing to
entertain the delegates and to find
places for their accommodation. They
request that anyone having furnished
rooms at the disMsal of the delegates
will notify Dr. B. F. Hall. 1718 Sec
ond avenue, on or before May 11. stat
ing accommodations and price.
Mrs. William H. Andrews Dead.
Buffalo. N. Y.. May 4. Mrs. Kate
Gresham Andrews, wife of William H.
JOK It. I.ANK, Vlre-lrf-at.
J. P. VAX PATTKX, 2d V !-Prra't.
First National Bank
lalted States Orpwaltorr.
Capital 9300,000.00. Kvrploa mm Prwflta $1 lii.noo.on.
(Copy), March 20, 1905
Western Flour Mill Co. ,
We congratulate you on the eight
months' growth of your business, which
gradual increase we have had good oppor
tunity to note since we have your ac
Your modern and complete plant and
expert mechanical force, together with
your wheat connections at various points
in Minnesota and South Dakota, and P. H.
peavey Sc Co. , Minneapolis, on North Da
kota wheat, certainly equips you to man
ufacture an extra grade flour.
We predict and hope to note addition
al growth and further increase in your
output. Yours very truly,
(Signed) Geo. Hoehn,
n n (F
Grocery. Rock Island
Andrews, president of the Manufactur
er's association, is dead. She was th
daughter of the late Walter Q. Gresli
ani. Prairie Fires Devastate.
Great Falls. Mont.. May 4. Sover.il
hundred square miles of range In Val
ley county have been devastated by
prairie fires. Many stockmen hav;
lost all their range and ranch build
ings. ltUKK, Prn't.
liKUKliK IIOKIIW, Cash.
I J. .;;, Aaat. ( a ah.
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