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THE AUG OS, tfbkESt)XY. QCTdliiiR , 1000.
I THE WEATHER.
Vmriiy rfady ! cooler
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with raaJdilr larr-aia;c lnteai.lt y to
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mllryn, wbilr aawrr bnvr attain fall
ow la the Allan He nad liwlf ntatrm. IHbIi
wrrmarra aad clear, nwl 'weather pre
vail nrt ttt the llMnWri. IhousL an
other low mhleh ht- appeared nr Al
berta l-t eaaxiuK a rapid riw la
trivperirtarre Mrr the aorthera Hoeky
uowatala are! loan.--Tbr further adtaaer
rait ward of taeae preure nreaa will
be at leaded hy partly cloud)- and eooler
nrittWr La kl trinity twaixut. fol
ItrtiH Tkarmlar by fair aad warmer.
J. M. Ml l ilt I l ilt. Local Korerawler.
Teutperature at 7 a. io. t-1; at :!:: p.
nu !. Mlaluiiim tcuiprr:ilure In 21
boiin ft. Maximum . rlwi) f
nlwl at S a. in. S uillr-, Mntii.imu el
ocily in 21 uiur :". ml !...
Heal & Sen mitt.
High class tailors.
Illinois theatre building.
Insure with llecthcr Dros.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Itcccher Bros, for real estate
I-t Salle coal at Mueller's only.
Why not? "It wrat l Imi:'. a l t."
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus. baggage, express, call ItobbX
For bus or express, Spencer &. Trcfz.
A flurry in Hour eoverin? at Mc
Cabe's. "You know us." I am li-lil upst:tii.
Choice winter pot:itncs al Kusch
The OclicJiIncgcl erniecr! tomorrow
night at Y. M. C. A. l:a!I.
Watch for I he Sklrfiio problem. Il
will be priuteil in The Aruii.s.
Save money cm your hH liter's, coal
bill by buying I .a Salle chunks.
Vr. Maitin. new system of dentistry;
all work guaranteed: prices (). K.
Those stunning f2u and $2 woincn'-i
Milts at MeCabu's for just $1;7.".
A prcst lit of a dollar on a pair of
men's shoes this week at MeCLiie"s.
A discount of 23 per cent all day
Thursday on jardiniers at McCabe's.
A happy thought. Mrs. Austin's pan
rakes for breakfast. Ready iu a jiffy.
The most fascinating problem of the
year. "Skldoo, 23 for You." will be of-J
fered to Its readers by The Argus
Watch for iu. . - ..r: .
H. T.- Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 152G-1528 Fourth avenue.
A happy thought, Mrs. Austin's pan
cakes for breakfast. Ready In a jiffy.
Lewis' Single Binder cigar richest,
most satisfying smoke on the market.
A happy thought. Mrs. Austin's pan-,
cakes for breakfast Ready in a jiffy.
"Skldoo. 2.T for You." It will be
published in The Argus. Watch for it.
Go and hear Kat brine and Charlotte
Noack at Y. M. C. A. hall tomorrow
Just one-third off- on dress goods
remnants all day Thursday at Me
A chorus of 12 violins will appear
at the concert at Y. M. C. A. hall to
Stop that cough with Charles Vile
mover's White Fine Compound at 531
Great Tall clearing sale of wall papei
at the Adams Wall Faper company.
Read ad elsewhere.
Mats selected from Hie Chicago ex
hibits of horse show millinery are fast
air'ving at .McCabe's.
Xdlc the reasons for the crowds in
McCabe's 1 tig -and carpet department.
Thru note the reasons.
The Armour pure food and extract
of beef di inon.-t ration at McCabe's is
a'tract'ng a great d-al of attention.
Childien's extra quality elastic rib
bed 2" cent hose, . pairs for a dollar
'on Thursday and Friday at McCabe';
The early buyers will secure the
choice patterns Jlt lllP Adams- Wall
faper company clearing sale. Read ad
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi. I'M Sev
enteenth slrcet. Old phono west 59.
Theodore C. Smith and .Miss Ma
tilda Castetter. both of Peoria, were
married-this morning-by Judge IS. IS.
Parmenter at his office at the court
The I;t:M-s of the A. C. society, or
A ike ii licet chapel, will give a supper
and sale of fancv articles tomorrow
afternoon and evening at the chapei
Supper -. cents.
Bargains iu wall paper at 2. 3 and i
cents per roll. Some specials at 25
cents ptr roll that were formerly 25,
-i and 5 cents per roll at Adams Wall
Wall paper sale al half price. A
clean-up on all wall paper and mould
ings. A few of our prices: Ingrains
7 z cents and 10 cents: crepe 1 2 U
cents- tile. Id to 20 cents; three-inch
H. H. CLEAVELAND
GOES A STEP HIGHER
Elected Grand Senior Warden by
Grand Commandery of Illinois
H. H. Cleaveland of this city,-today
was elected grand senior warden of
the grand commandery of Illinois
Knights Templar, at the conclave n
Chicago. Mr. Cleaveland is thus rais
ed one step nearer the highest office in
masonrv in this state, that of grand
commander. It is customary to elect;
the officers to the next highest office.
iiipIi v-piir the line ending with the!
grand commander. Mr. Cleaveland
las been one of the grand officers for
During the forenoon session yester
day George M. Mouhon, grand master
of the grand encampment of the Unit
ed States was received, as was also
William B. Mellish of Cincinnati,
grand generalissimo of the same' body.
During this session three new charters
were granted, the new coimnanderies
being at Stieator. Watseka, and Rog
ers Park. This brings the strength'
of the grand commandery up to 715.
Yesterday A. F. Schoek of Ottawa was
elected grand commander and Smyth
Crooks of Chicago, deputy grand com
mander. The other officers were elect
ed today, and the installation ceremo
THAT JonC PfLOPLE Donj KNqsj fjQW To
DR J J THEnfLVEJ. WHY DONT THE TJwr
come To us ? WC Cam JhoW You thf BCXT
CLOTtlc 'H HI JTYLtJ AMD QUAITlCr
foE. Th LfAST nONr.AWD SCND loo
LoocimC AJ StTiSTiZD AS YoU Ft.TWT
JOCIAI Lift OVE THC fCXSRLY DREJffD
OrtES IS NT IT TRUE. ?
THAT JATIJFIED -5MILE ON THE FACEJ OF
BV-ST.ER . AND TI6E TYPITIEJ THE' SATIS
FACTION THAT GoE 3 WITH EVERY PUR
CHASE MADE AT THE M. ANE) K. AND 1,5
WRAPPED IN EVERY BUNDLE THAT 60EJ
OUTOF THIJ -STORE. MANY PEOPLE HAVE
COME TO DEPEND ON US To SELECT. THEIR
CLOTHES FOR THEM. THEY SIMPLY COME,
STATE THEIR NEEDS AND TAKE THE . ,
GARMENTS WE SELECT.. FOOLISH. PEOPLE,
YOU SAY? NOT 5Y ANY MEANS! WE
PRETTY NEAR LIVE CLOTHES. WE, THINK
CLOTHES, TALK CLOTHES, bUY CLoTHES,
SELL CLOTHES, DREAM CLOTHES ALL THE
r TIME EXCEPT WHEN WE'RE EATING WE
DON'T EAT CLOTHES MEAL TIME IS
REALLY THE ONLY TIME WE'RE NoT BUSY
WITH, THEM. WE'RE IN POSITION To
MAKE THE BEST SELECTIONS.
2 2 AND 20 SI IT AND OVER
COAT VALUES AT fie.
t Specials To
oak plate rail, S cents per foot at
Weinberger & Gardner, ;I25 Twentieth
street. Place your order at once.
Now is the time to put in your ina
toes for winter. We can supply you
with nice Rural New Yorks, good
cookers, in five bushel hits or more .it
53 cents. Call us up. Kuschmann's
The Ladies' Aid society of Broadway
Presbyterian church will give a fruit
shower at Bethany Home tomorrow.
The ladies solicit jellies, preserves
and fruit for the children at the home
and depend upon this shower for the
winter's supply of delicacies.
OTHERS EXTEND INVITATIONS
Ministerial Association, Too, Asks for
State Y. M. C. A. Meeting Here.
The Rock Island Ministerial associa
tion met at the Y. M. C. A. at 1:;;) this
afternoon, for the purpose of extending
an invitation to the Y. M. C. A. state
convention at Aurora, to hold the next
annual convention in Rock Island. The
young peoples' societies and the Rock
Island club have also extended invi
tations, and the delegates are instruct
ed to use all their influence to secure
the 1'JoT meeting for this city. In ad
dition to the speakers announced to
take part in the Y. M. C. A. rally to be
held at the association building Nov.
4, the committee has secured J. S.
Miller, secretary of the Railroad Y. M.
C. A. at Peoria to give an address.
fSock-ty nws. written or tclcphonrel
to the society editor of The Argus, will
le grladly received ami -published. Hut
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written' noti'-es should bear sis
nature and address. J
Violin Recital. Christian Oelschla
gel, professor of violin in Augustana
conservatory, will give a recital to
morrow evening in the Y. M. C. A. hall.
Professor Oclschlagel will lie assisted
by Mrs. T. H. Reiily. Charlotte and
Kathrin Nojick, and Madame Noack.
This is the first of a series of three
concerts to be given and the following
program is interesting and well ar
ranged ami will attract many tri-city
Sonatc. Op. 21 Beethoven
Christian OelKchlugel. Madame Noack.
Violin solo, Souvenier de Haydn
Vocal solo , . Selected
Mrs. T. B. Reidy.
Piano solo, "Invitation to the Dance"
Violin solo, "Fantasie II Trovatore"..
Piano solo, "Caprissioso"
Scha wen ka
la I Air de Ballet Borelli
(b Ave Maria, Bach-Gounod
By 12 Violins.
Mrs. T. B. Reidy. ,
Violin solo. Rhapsodic Ilangrol
Scissors Club Cuts Up. The Scis
sors clnb met last evening at the home
of Miss Luella Boselin on Seventeenth
street After the regular business was
transacted, a paper on "Cut Glass" was
rend by Miss Carse, and duly enjoyed.
The club, through C. B. Magill, pre
sented .Miss Fraser with a club spoon
as a reminder of her birthday anniver
sary. Refreshments were served by
tlie hostess, . followed by games and
music. A perfectly ripping good time
was enjoyed, the Scissors departing at
the usual hour. - -
. Krans-Nelf n. Rev. H. W. Reed at
2 o'clock this afternoon at the parson
age of the First Baptist church, offi
ciatcd at the.. marriage of Miss Nan
nye M. Nelson of Cambridge and Okd
Cv Krans of Bishop Hill. Mr. Krans
was p, pitcher on the Rock Island team
In the c-arly days of the Threo-Kye
Gives - Series of Parties. Mrs.
r 1 ,000 yds. . Persian Flannel
ettes, vorth 10 to 12ic a yd.,
will be ready for you Thursday
at 9 a. m., till sold, per yd. 7ic.
mm 173 a nt ri'g
THIRS? AVENUETHROUGHTO SECOND
1,200 yds. Curtain Swiss,
yard vide, in all the new
stripes and figures, regular 15c
goods, till sold, yd. 9c.
in Otir Ruf arid Garnet
Department and Here Are the Reasons
Wilton Rugs, 9x12 feet.
Highest grade, best wearing fabric,
Brussels Rugs, 9x12 feet.
Bright pretty, medallion and allover
patterns, in combination greens, tans
and reds, handsome floor coverings
for little money, bargains not to be
passed lightly by, prices $16.85, 15.00,
13.50 and 11.75.
Velvet Rugs, 9x12 feet.
Oriental, fioral and medallion de
signs, beautiful blended colorings, silky
finished face, very durable and moder
ately priced, $22.00, 20.00, 19.50.
Axminister Rugs, 9x12 feet.
Extra heavy high pile; closely
woven, lustrous floor coverings, in high
art designs, $24.85.
Wilton Velvet and Axminis
ter Carpets comprising several cele
brated makes, choice designs and
colorings in Oriental and . floral pat
terns, also wide art borders with two
toned carpets to. match. Prices $1 .25,
1 .05, 95c and 85c yd.
attractive and artistic designs, pleasing
colors. A splendid assortment and a
money saving proposition. Prices,
$34.00, 29.95 and 25.00.
Prices That Talk
Fast colors, and Brussels designs,
also solid colors in greens, tans and
reds, per yd., 25c.
Columbian Ingrain Carpets, heavy
and serviceable, per yd., 32c.
Extra Super Ingrain Carpets, best
grades of all wools, also unions, prices,
73c, 68c. 64c, 58c and 49c yd.
Heavy union, pro Brussels in all
over and medallion patterns. Prices :
6x 9 ft. $2.48.
9xl0i ft. $4.45.
9x12 ft. $4.95.
A Flurry in Floor
Nice bright cheerful patterns and
colorings, all new goods, per square
yd., 35c, 30c, 25c and 19c.
Printed, plain and inlaids, full line
to select from, 6 and 12 ft. wide, prices
per square yd., $1.40 down to 45c.
Japanese Mattings, cotton warps,
carpet designs, per yd. 18ic.
Chinese Mattings, heavy jointless
and reversible, yd., 15c.
200 handsome Chrysanthemum plants In
large pots and in full bloom have come our
way at a very low price, so on Thursday and
while they last we pass them on to you at
19c. yes 19c.
First come first served. Sale begins at j
FOR Thursday only a discount of 259r
on every jardinier in our china depart
ment. All sizes in the newest patterns
and shapes, in pretty blended colors, at a
discount of 25 fo, yes, just one quarter
Here are a few
6- inch Jardiniers, assorted colors. 5c.
7- inch rich color.5 and new shapes were 25c, now
less 25 . 19c.
8 inch sizo assorted colors and shapes, were 39c,
less 25 , 30c.
9- ;nch size, were 59c now less 2591., 45c.
10- inch extra lnrge size, were $1.25, less 25''
Duli mat finish hand decorated jardiniers, at
tractive Dutch decorations, 8- inch size, were $1.98
less 25 tf. $1.49.
Pretty new Teco green jardiniers, new shape, 4
inch size, were 50c, less 25 'h, 38c.
6-inch, same 75c. less 259c, 56c.
8- inch size, same, $1.50. less 25 'c, $1.13.,
12-inch .size, same, $3.98. less 25', $2.99.
And so on. There's always something Interesting
doing in our china department,, and the Holiday stock
of imported China which is fast being placed on dis
play is attracting much more than the usual amount
of admiration. Better be thinking of an early selection.
i Dress Goods Remnants
! One-Third OfF
! ' "
'T'HURSDAY morning we place
i on sale about 300 remnants of
choicest fall styles- of dress goods
j and waistings. the accumulation of
j three weeks active business, to close
i them cut quick we will deduct one
j third from the low prices that they
! are already marked.
Two Domestic Flyers
A MERICAN 6. Indigo dress and
"shirting prints, you know these
goods, they're extra wide and heavy,
and sell for 1 1c yd. We have 1000
yds of them to sell, mill lengths
for. 7c yd.
5 cases good value, cotton batts
at 14c. To create a stir Thursday
we sell them per roll 9c.
Free instruction in Art Needle work
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from
2 to 4 o'clock. All the new ideas in
white and colored embroijsry will be
'"THREE handsome styles in Wamen's patent colt
Shoes ju:;t received. Button bluchcr and lace
with welt soles and flexible turned lace with Cuban
heel, splendid values at $3.50.
Women's bench made patent colt, lace or button
shoes, finest hand turned soles, full dress styles, per
Women's fine dongola kid double sole shoes,
medium or low heels for school girls. These genuine
bargains are $1.50 pair.
84 Pairs Men's Box Calf and Kid
Shoes, quality s,nd styles worth today $3.00. Two
lines, some sizes missing. Will close the 80 pairs
this week for $1.97 pair. $1.97. If your size is
here you save a dollar. Do you want us to make you
a present of a dollar? If so. be here this week.
Our lines of gun metal and patent colt shoes for
men at $3.50 per pair cannot be matched here
abouts, snsppy. up-to-the-minute styles, superior
quality, perfect fitting shoes for $3.50.
TID you notice the crowds in our hoisery secHon
last week? Bargains like these will bring them
again: Children's elastic ribbed fast dye hose, with
double knees, heels and toes, regular 25c quality, to
stir up the hosiery Thursday and Friday, any uze,
5 pairs for $1.00.
Women's fast dye, seamless hose, white feet,
worth 18c, Thursday and Friday, pair, 12iC.
Pure Foods Products
Ate known the world around. Hand in hand with the march of
colonization and civilization goes the name Armour. The great Armour
concern wants to make the acquaintance of every housewife in free
America so they send their experts to the best stores to meet the ladies
and tell them of the Armour Pure Food Products, of the Armour good
things to eat.
Miss Townserd. one of the most expert of the Armour staff is here
this week to demonstrate to the ladies the particular merits of
Armour's Extract of Beef for making delicious soups
and consomme. - ?.m
Armour's Tomato Bouillon for rejishes, oyster cock
tails, houilluns, etc.
Armour's Aspcrox for seasoning -soups and sauces, or hot
drinks, etc. as well as other Armour Foods. All invited to a share of the
dainty portions tMtss Townsend is serving at the Demonstration
Booth, Second Floor.
An Argument on Watch
r j'HE clement of confidence is especially important where considera
tion of skill and expert knowledge are concerned. Are you
satisfied with the last job of repairing on your watch or clock? Does
it run accurately? If not, leave it with us. and you will leave your
troubles behind you, as we can prove to you that we are prepared to do
all kinds of watch, clock and jewelry repair work, carefully, accurately
and with a guarantee behind each transaction.
Our 12 years' experience as watch inspectors for the C. R. I. &
P. and the C. B. &. Q. railroads are strong evidence of efficiency in
watch knowledge. We are not the only ones who claim to "know
how." We ask your judgment of our work.
If your eyes trouble you consult our experienced
once. Valuable advice free of charge.
Stunning Fall Ajpparel
kHI5 time it is Ladies' Suits. Among the many extraordi
nary good things advertised by us this season these suits will
undoubtedly prove most attractive. They are made up in fine broad
cloths, new fancies and Venetians, carefully tailored, workmanship
and finish the best. There are Prince Chap models, Military short
coat styles, Norfolks, etc. Values
are fully $20.00 and $25.00 but our
Winters here are frequently mild. With one of these suits and a
fur. neck piece you can pass the greater part of the winter in comfort.
The cuts illustrate some of the suits, $20.00 and $25.00 values for
$16.75. : Do you want Dne? If so we advise a prompt selection
while there is variety.
Charles Kindt has issued invitations
to.tri-clty ladies for a series of par
ties, to be given Thursday. Nov. 1 and
Friday, Nov. 2 at her home. 120 East
Seventeenth street, -Davenport.. , Bridge
frill be played Thursday and euchre
will be the diversion on Friday.
'. Birthday Anniversary. Mrs. C.
Morrison entertained companies of ia
tlies Monday and . Tuesday afternoons
fu honor of her birthday anniversary.
Games were played and the . hostess
p.rvel luncheon. Many protty frifts
bere left, with Mrs. Morrison.
-Oyster Supper. The King's Heralds
of the First Methodist church will give
an oyster supper in the Sunday school
room Friday evening. Supper will be
served from 5 to 7 o'clock.
. Caldwell Funeral.
, The funeral, of William H. Caldwell
was held from the home. 1412 Third
avenue this morning at 10 o'clock. Kev.
O. W. Lawrence, pastor of the Memo
rial Christian church, conducted the
Rorvicrs. ISiiiinl look phtco at Cliip
All the news all the time The Argus.
ADJOURNED WITHOUT ACTING
City Council Discussed Case of Officer
John Page in Secret Session.
The city council met last evening in
secret session to discuss the resolution
introduced by Alderman Anderson to
suspend Officer John Page, who was
indicted by the last grand jury. Officer
Page is under two indictments for as
sault and battery, and the resolution
provides for his suspension until the
court pronounces him guilty or Inno
cent. Afler di::cur;';ing the niatier un
til afier 10 o'clock last evening, the
council adjourned, without taking any
act ion. It is underMood that the ma
jority favor the suspension of the ofll
cer. hut are not certain what method to
CHILD'S FINGERS TAKEN OFF
Little Effie Pearson Gets Hand Caught
in Door While Playing Heme.
While playing this morning at her
home, 2.117 Seventh aventie, lit-,
tic Effie Pearson, the 2-y cer
oid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Ptar
fim. caught her finger between it floor,
in -urli a tuaniir-r thai tho lip, wan
cut olf. A physician was. callel and
dressed the child's injuries.