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DENEEN IN MOLINE
PUMP DEAL STATUS
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905.
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THIRD AVENUETHRQUCK.TO SECOND
Specials for Sacturdacy.
Anyone who has n; alredy tried
those delicious Allegrttti Martini
Chocolates will have a chance to
try a pound here aaiu on Sat
urday for jc. They sell at oc
and ;c a lb. everywhere in Chi
cago; here all day Satur
day and evening, lb
(lood shoestrings for men. wo
men, boys and girls, lc a pair.
bix pairs for 5c; per
Gu .solid silver tea spoons. Satur
day while they last, each. Cc;
remember, only 5". no
Chil ln-n's ribbed eahtnt-re l;oset
.seconds, some slight imperfec
tions, but all mended, regular
::oc kind, sizes to !.. at t.'.c
2."c jrilt bead neek-
lac es. 1'ic ach
Heavy brown sheetins, at
o o'clock, yard
Simpson's Tc black and
fast color prints, at 4
2"ic navy black and brown chif
fon wiling, Saturday till
L'oc wool Barege veiling, dark
colors only to close out
quick, per yard
(Jrav Melton walking skirts--
5oc gan.e of flinch
L. S. McCabe &
We have imported a line of Roy
al Herman Brass Ware, consist
. CEMENT TRAYS.
And many other useful articles.
All made from master designs
of the 17th ceutury. We know
of no better line to select a gifi.
from, and besides be so highly
ALWAYS PLEASED TO SHOW
J. RAM SCR,
Opposite Harper House.
l.tM-ul tl'h laBeffr for Ihc
Hock IbImoiI S trui.
1716 Second Avenue
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
chrlnp Shop, 1121 Fourth
Jfthlar peatty mm. - Wl-
tj. tatUfaetlwa truraat. H
Urc 4tS Elvfh itNrt Ol4
Double strand fast black
darning cotton, on spools.
Colgate's famous violet
Floor oil cloth, remnants,
yd.. l.-c. 122c and
Weathered oak jardiniere
Bromley's all wool Smyr
na rugs, 22 by 5 ft
Oak rockers, cane seats,
braced arms . ."
Mtn's ttnnis night
extra veit seams
14 quart enameled dish pan.
good strong handles, three coats
of enamel, first quality, regular
price 5."c. Saturday, one
to a customer, for
r.iM yards lining cambric in
short lengths at iu a. m.
lc a yard
Those travel r's lace curtain
samples, worth up to fG.u't by
the pair, these sample ends
ought to be pretty nearly all
gone by Saturday night, at these
prices, oi'c, U9c. 2re. - Q
Another lot of those fine, pure
linen, sheer, hemstitched hand
kerchief centers. 7. S. and !
inches square, all day Saturday,
any sizes. "
7c each C
Music in the evening. Special
request program selected by the
Co. Rock Island
and the Pears
ARE NOW GONE; NOW LET
ME SEE WHETHER I CAN
SAVE YOU SOME MONEY ON
GOOD, EVERYDAY GROCER
IES. READ THIS LIST CARE
FULLY: 2 lbs. best granulated -i ff
Clo'.den West Flourt every f Qfl
sack guaranteed . .' as.U
Blue Ribbon Pancake np
Flour.. Cpkgs UC
Sugar Cured Hams. -fr
1-er lb Ifci'C
Fancy Picnic Hams, q
per lb aC
10 bars Santa Clans nr
Carnation Tomatoes, solid f)r-
packed. :i cans for C.OO
I. X. I.. IVas, :? cans rr-
I. X. L. Corn, host in the nr
niarkei. cans 4. DC
(lood Sweet Corn. r
ler can QC
Tall Ki d Salmon.
per can lUC
3 lb. can Kgg Plum -k
Carnation Catsup. 3 nr
large bottles dOC
Large bottle Maple Syrup, q c
per bottle dOC
Sun dried Japan Tea per r
Fancy Gunpowder Tea. per 00
California Prunes. 2 lbs 1 r-
Colden Drop Prunes 2 r
lbs. for IOC
Blue Kibbon Seeded Raisins. n
per pkg IUC
Sweet Potatoe, per rt r
Moja. Java and Mocha ofl
Coffee. nr lb dUC
Best in town for the money.
Fret-h llmn v, 2 combs OC
New York. Michigan and South
ern Apple6 by the barrel, bushel
or peck at reasonable prices.
Telephone your orders to
B. RACHM AN'S
Grocery. 700 12th St.
Old 'phone W. 443. New. 5976.
JcAn.J mU Mdt kr Cm. P I J & C..
Will Risk No Lesser Persona
Than Governor for a Mc
TAKING NO CHANCES HERE
Seniiment Against Banker Candidate
Connection With Railway and
In a desperate attempt taarous the
republicans of Moline in the interests
jf James McKinney, the republican
congressional candidate, the Molint
committee has secured Gov. Deneer
for a speech tonight. This is the only
important meeting of the county the
republicans have planned for this com
paign and in the fear that any man of
lower iolitieai position than the gov
?rnor would be overcome by a frost, he
has been called. They would not even
lake any chances in Rock Island,
where everybody is leaving the work
of the campaign to the other fellow and
republicans generally are hopelesslj
split up into factions.
llimkrr nil Itailwiiy t'antiiriatr.
As the banker candidate is without
?laim politically or otherwise on ihe
rank and file of the voters the neces
sity of doing something to apply the
party whip is being realized. His
nomination is recognized as a job ol
politicians which is receiving its rebuke
in absolute indifference in the matter
jf party action.
Mr. McKinney's connection with
the railway and warehouse com
mission of the state, which is
now and for some time has been
a subject of discussion, is anoth
er thing that is working agninst the re
publican candidate. The commission
is and has been a body remarkable for
ts inactivity in the interests of any
body except the railways, and its in
difference in this respect was at no
time more marked than when Mr. Mc
Kinney was a member of it.
MrrttiiK nt IlaiMpitnl.
Dr. W. K. Taylor, superintendent of
;he Watertown hospital, has made ar
rangements for a rally to be held in
;he hospital auditorium Saturday nigh:
for the benefit eif James McKinney.
This meeting is open to the people 01
Watertown and its vicinity. Burton F.
Peek and Charles J. Searle will speak.
The funeral of August Springborn
was held yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock from the home. 215 Third ave
nue. The services were conducted by
Rev. K. E. Klimpke. Henry Zeiss,
George Wittick. James Fuller. Arthur
Xessler, Charles N'essleT and R. N'es
sler we-re pallbearers.
Mrs. Jesse Cox died at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Harry Nicholson, in
Watertown yesterday morning, the
cause ot death being paralysis ef the
bejwels. She was 7 years of age. The
funeral will be held Saturday at H a.
in., from Rose Hill church.
Funeral services over the remains of
William Endlich were held this morn
ing at the Sacred Ht-art church at 'J
o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. F. Iock
ney. Burial took place at Calvary cem
etery. The following acted as pall
bearers: W. J. Gahagen. Frederick
Vo:'gt. B. F. Goff. W. Heideman, J.
Schroeder and lxuis Grimes.
IS INDEED A RICH DISPLAY
Of Boys' and Men's Fine Suits and
Your eyes never rested upon a finer
line of men's and boys' wearables the
very acme of style and clothing ele
gance is here. Superb silk lined over
coats, stunning double and single
breasted men's suits beautiful togs for
!he toddlers every new twinker in
gentlemen's furnishings; also sole
agents for the celebrated Burrojap
shoes. We are prepared to fit you from
tip to toe? with unusual price oppor
tunities that are certainly worth grasp
ng. We shall place on sale tomorrow a
jeautiful line of young men's hand
ailored suits. H. S. & M. make, in ail
vod qualities, $15 and $10.50 values
In overcoats, we also sell a fine line
if double breasted Ryton coats. $1C.5'
ind $1S values at $15.
In enir childr n's department we shail
place on sale a lot of our choicest nov
elties, including those beautiful velvet
nits with silk collars, $C.50 to $$.&)
values at $5.S5.
Another especially attractive feature
n our boys" department will be a lin
if all wool suits sizes 10 to 10, big
5 values at $3.&5.
Several decidedly interesting num
ers in our underwear department thai.
vi.I appeal to the economical Z?.c for
"c fleeces; "0c for 50c ribbed under
vear; 75c for some $1 qualities and
f a delayed shipment is received iu
ime we shall have some great bargains
n fine Australian woed underwear.
N'o other dealers in the tri-cities arj
offering equal values to M. & K. Not
Kily are they fashionable headquarters,
ut there is a decided saving in price,
t certainly pavs to trade at the M.
Grand opening at Weinberger &
rverson's Saturday, Nov. 4. Free danc
ng; 15'5 Second avenue.
Nothing Likely Officially Until Next
Regular Meeting of Council
The status of the pump purchase
eniains uncharged, and unless the
nayor should take it into his head to
all another special meeting ef the city
council or should be moved in th
neantime to sign the contract with the
Snow concern, there is not apt to be
anything doing officially until the reg
ular meeting Monday night.
E. L. Goff, commercial agent of the
lock Island, is confined to his home
X. W. Burns, traveling freight agent
if the C. & E. I. railway, was in Bock
Island today from Chicago.
O. I.. Hill, of Peoria, traveling agent
f the Chicago & Alton, called on Rock
island railway agents today.
M. J. Corcoran, traveling passenger
agent of the Grand Trunk, transacted
msiness in Rock Island today.
M. S. Giles, of Chicago, traveling
passenger agent of the B. S. &. M. S.
railway, was in Rock Island today.
W. X. Cavan. Chicago, traveling
reight agent of the Lackawanna, is in
ihe city today calling on local railway
William Arstee, publisher and editor
of the Waterways Journal, is in Rock
Island today on business, from St.
George Jenkins, Des Moines, travel
ng passenger agent of the Pennsyl
vania system, was in Rock Island yes
terday on business.
Frank M. Jolly, traveling passenger
agent of the Peninsular & Occidental
Steamship lines, with headquarters at
Jacksonville. Fla.. is in Rock Island em
Alfred Simon, who has ecen located
at Monmouth. 111., has returned to this
city to make his home here?. He has
accepted a position at Simon tc Ban
Rock Island council. Xo. 1952, Royal
Arcanum, gaves its second annual ball
last evening at Indus! rial hall with a
;mall attendance. Bleuer's orchestra
furnished the music.
The Tri-City Women's Union Babel
league has arranged iu give a card
party at G. A. R. hall. Davenport, Nov.
S. Prizes will be awarded and refresh
inents will be served.
Commodore Charles McIIugh. whe
has been cruising on the Illinois river
is expected home tonight. His battle
ship Ianthe has been placed in winter
quarters in the Illinois river neat
Stange-Perry. Mrs. Bertha Perry
ef this city and Henry Stange, of Mo
line, were' married Wednesday even
ing at 7 o'clock at f lie parsonage of the
Memorial Christian church. Rev. O. W.
Lawrence, officiating. A wedding sup
per followed at the home of the
grooms mother, Mrs. Louisa Stange.
of Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Stance will
reside in this city at 5i Fifteenth
Hagius-Dempsey. At the residence
of G. J. Dempsey, ll'i7 Fourth avenue.
Mrs. Jeannette L. Dempsey was united
in marriage last evening at ::iO to G.
Herbert Hagius. formerly of Louisi
ana, now foreman of the machine sliopt
on the arsenal. Rev. H. W. Reed per
formed the ceremony in the presence
of the immediate family. Mr. and Mrs.
Hagius will be at home to theii
friends after the holidays, in a beau
tiful home now in course of erection at
Ninth avenue an-d Fifteenth street.
Entertains at Cards. Mrs. Elmer
Johnson, of South Heights, entertained
a number of her friends yesterday af
ternoon anil evening, the ladies at a
coffee in the afternorm and the ladies
and their husbands at cards in the
evening. Refreshments were served.
Costume Party. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Head entertained the '"Hummers'"
club in a fancy costume p.Tty at their
home last evening, the prizes being
awarded to Miss Bipliardt and Mis
LECTURER HEARD HERE
Leading Prohibition Advocate Lectures
at London Hall Tomorrow
Eugene W. Chafin, of Chicago, one
of the leading prohibition lecturers of
the country, will deliver an address on
temperance at Odd Fellows hall in the
Lemlrn building in this city tomorrow
evening under the auspices of the
Swedish Good Templars lodge. Mr.
Chafin was heard in Moline Wednes
day evening and was well received.
There will be no adml.'siou charge to
GET $150 WORTH 0FCL0THING
Burglars Have Gxd Night of it at
Muhs Bros', in Davenport.
Burirlars during last n'ght broke
open the clothing store of Muhs Bros.,
of Davenport, and secured about $15"
worth of plunder. Tiaey paeke-d the
loot in suit cases and evidently Lad
a couple of wheel barrow loads of it.
There is no clue.
Jury in Schroeder Deere Case
Brings in Verdict for
PERSONAL DAMAGE SUIT ON
Frederick Schlueter Alleges Permanent
Injury in Wreck of Interurban
Car Charge Carelessness.
In the case of Herman Schroeder
vs. C. II. Deere the jury returned a
verdict last evening finding for the de
fendant. This case has been in court
since last Friday and involved alleged
Jamage to the business of the plaintiff,
who was conducting a saloon in the
Deere building in Moline at the time 't
A-as renstnleled. W. C. Allen ami S. R.
Kenworthy appeared for the plaintiff
and George W. Wood and Burton F.
Peek for the defendant.
IVrKOnnl Ilnn::isr Suit.
Hearing of testimony in the case of
Schlueter vs. the Moline. East Moline
& Watertown Railway company and
the Mississippi Valley Traction com
pany was begun this morning in circuit
?ourt. This is a personal damage case,
in which the plaintiff, Frederick Sehlue
er, by his father. Ferdinand Schlueter.
rings suit for alleged damages receiv
ed in an accident in which one of the
."ars of the defendant companies was
overt time-el Dec. -I. 1!)0.;. The plaintiff
cts up the claim that his back was per
manently injured. W. R. Moore and
Harvey Williams are attorneys for the
laintiff and Burton F. Peek and C. K.
Iiietz appear for the defendant com
panies. Asiin I'oxt iiiineil.
Again the time for the trial of the
.rimiual cases iu circuit court has been
Mi an god. Monday. Nov. 13. being set
is the time for the calling of this list.
The civil case now on will bo conclud
ed probably the latter part of next
-.veeMv. None other will 1k tried before
With the criminal case's beginning
Nov. 13. they probably will occupy most
if the time until the close of the term,
it least to such an extent that no fur
"her trial business will be attempted
until the winter term.
MIKE MINTZ IS RECOVERING
Victim of Explosion of Tank of Gaso
Mike Mintzi who was injured in an
xplosion of gasoline in his re-pair shop
it the V. M. C. A. building yesterday,
s loported to be considerably improv
d today. While' at work repairing an
automobile tank, a gasoline tank ex
ploded, knocking Mr. Mintz to the floor.
He sustained a number of burns ami
bruises, but his injuries are not regard
'd as serious.
Do the right thing if you have nasal
catarrh. (Jet Fly's Cream Balm at
once. Don't touch the catarrh pow
ders and snuffs, for they contain co
caine. Kly's Cream Balm ieleases the
secretions that inflame the nasal pas
ages and the throat, whereas common
"remedies" made with mercury merely
drive them out. and leave you no better
than you were. In a word, Fly's Cream
Balm is a real cure, not a delusion. All
druggists, r.ttc, or mailed by Kly Bros.,
3G Warren street, New York.
We have an attractive line of
custom made boots for young
ladies. Heavy soles, lace or but
ton, mannish lasts, straight lasts,
and college cut ideal shoes for
Gun Metal Button,
Gun Metal.. Lace,
college cut 3.00
Heavy Regour Kid, dull
top, fr.ak la.-u
Paramount Pat., dull top.
Pat. Cedt Welt, dull top.
swing last 5.00
HOSIERY (for men) GLOVES
515 Seventeenth St.
IT'S A LITTLE FARTHER,
BUT IT PAYS.
The man who has been betrayed by
ordinary ready-mades, and the rrain who
feels uncomfortably ill-dressed by his
tailor, are the men who hail Stein-Bloch as
a light on a dark night. The one, because
Stein-DlocK Clothes are Pu e Woolen.
Wool Tesced, Master Made and Pledged
to Wear. The other, because 51 Years of
Knowing How assure a fit and style that
the side street tyro never even dreamed of.
YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS.
In fancy cassitne-re and tweeds,
50 inches lonu, vvjh a rn
belts. $is to gu.OU
BOYS' AND LITTLE FEL
LoriK l'ti.tlis. s to s, in
bluo oxford. $i;.75
IN MEN'S OVERCOATS
We are showing tlie best value
in tlie city; all wool
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MEN'S UNION WADE
Bit: sere . ui:.s, or fl i
hc l--reat( d. r r n
at $10. UU
Nobby line it en's ii'cy vcs'.s
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1804 Second -venue.
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WORKING TROUSERS FOR
A :p.-clai niil pa ii is.
fray wool ;it vli 1 w
Mfii's heavy fb'.'ccd and derby
pi-r v::i rnu-nt
Nobby sofi. bosom shirls,
lull patte rns
1 b avy lU" (H d. tit. per
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BF.CXEN LOTS IN BOYS'
V-re to S, Aduiiral bloUH'.-. X'lr-
UA, j ir i -'-ills and J ick-t and
( pant-;; were Jnn - r
'. !."'; all 'Au at . . .