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' FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1908.
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. Imcrcaalnc' cloadlneaa' followed, br
kowcra toalgat or Stordy - rtalax
i J. M. SHRKIER,; Local Forecaster.
' Tenperatarc at 7 m. .m. 28 at 9s30 p.
a. 50. ' Mixlmnu : temperatare- la Iat
M hoara 34 mtalmim 85. Velocity of
wlad at T a. m. S mllea per hor. Stage
f water 5Ji feet, cktagc 1m last 34
hoara. Precipitation noac. . '
April 3 In Historyl
1783 Washington IrTing,"o ntbor, born ;
died 1859. . . . . r
1842 Herman Carl Vogel, German as-
- 1ST2 Antioch,-the ancient, desb-oyed
i- by an earthquake; 1.000 deathB."
1000-Josepb. Louis Francois Bertrand.
r.- noted French writer and scientist,
died; born 1822.
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Tonight And Tomorrow- Morning.
: Sun .sets 0:23, rises 5:34; moon aeb
0;18 p. m.; moon at greatest ilhratlon
west; 8:13 a. m., moon iu conjunction
with Venus, nearly O degrees : south:
,8:20 a. m.,- moon, in ?onjnctlon with
Mars, 4V4 "degrees FoiUh; 10 a. in., planet
Mars in conjunction with planet Ve
nus, the latter being 1 degrees north.
. Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Jones for second hand goods.
Tri-CIty Towel Supply company. ,
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefa.
Kerler & Co., rugs , and carpat3
All kinds of pork cuts at Schroed
Extra fancy Canifornia celery at
Battles & Co.
. Louisiana strawberries at Battles &
Everything that's new and up to
the minute in spring suits and spring
hats now shown- at Gustalson. &
Hayes.;'- J-V j-ii-i-
Musical program ' at', the Mill, Store
Saturday evening.. - "
U Jones' dairy farm May sausage at
H. R.-Battles & Co.. - -:
A full j line' of .' fresh , vegetables at
Clement & Diodrich's. , :;';':-i'r
"-Fresh dressed chickens at; Schroed
er's markets tomorrow; :
Jones" dairy farm breakfast sausage
at H. R. Battles 4 : Co. ; ,
Sell f me your househoid" goods.
Jones, second hand and loans. ,
Automobile caps and'gloyes.Ullcr
meyerthe. up -to, date; clothlerr.' : "
New stock of flower, vegetable seeds
and onion sets , at Kuschm.ann'6.'.-.
Ladies' J1.50 and - $2 tailor-made
waists $ Saturday at McCabe'sr : '
' Let Krell & Sicmon do your furnace
and tin work; 1216 Third aveoua-' ::
" Choice rural New York potatoes 75
cents per bushel' at ' Kuschmaifh's. .
Women's ' $2 rand $2.50 : kid shoes
$1.50 a pair Saturday at McCabe's.' .'
Choice butter, fresh eggs and dress
ed chickens at Mkucker's. cash store.
' Men's suits make to order J satlsfac-.
tion guaranteed,. or no pay. The Mill
Store. - :'. .': '
Need any carpenter work?. Call on
Bergeson, 1G15 Fourteenth street. Old
phone. : - ;
Cocoa mats, third floor, special for
Saturday, 35 cents. - Young & Mc-Combs.-
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Lewis' Single Binder the famous
straight 5 cent cigar, always best
quality. ' , : " .
: Heavy Chinese matting, for vsale
Saturday,' 13 cents yard. .Young &
Exclusive patterns, exclusive models
are shown in spring suits at Gustafson
& Hayes'. ' "- " V
Chase & Sanborn's Manor house,
Casino and Monarch coffees at thei
Mill Store. . .
; Nottingham lace curtains, special for
Specials for Saturday
SECOND Red Letter Day on 'S. & H." Green Trading
Stamps. $1.00 worth "S. & H.'' Trading Stamps free to each cus
tomer who asks for them all day Saturday. $1.00 absolutely free-call
for them. - . : ., .. -
Double Trading Stamps all day Saturday in the Linen Department
On every dollar spent for linen goods here on Saturday yotr-get, $2.00
worth of the S. & rj." Trading Stamps. .
Seven styles men's 15c Collars, a few sizes missing, all day "pick
from these at 5c. - - ;
. 50 pieces Torchon Laces, edges and Insertion to "match, all at 3cy.
To quickly advertise cur . agency for the celebrated ' "Gunthers"
Candles, we will sell on Saturday the famous Gunther Red Rose Choco
lates at 35c in pound boxes; ' 18c in 1-pounds. 1 box to a customer.
" Northern grown Sliver and Gold Fish, all sizes 1 0c - ? x , a '
Crystal Glass Fish Globe,. gallon size. 39c. j ..
Poultry Fencing. 5.feet wide, Saturday yard, 8c. . -y
Heavy steel spring wire Carpet Beaters, 15c )
10-foot Clothes Line Props, with Ironed ends, Saturday, 19c. ; '
Women's 1.00 Muslin Drawers, embroidery and lace trimmed, 59c.
1.25 Corset Covers at 67c.
Ladles' tailor-made Waists in pretty colored Madras, very much In
style, 1.50 aqd 2.00 values, special for Saturday, $1.00.
Madras Linen Writing Paper, full pound packages, extraordinary
bargain, 19c ' ,
Full nickeled Safety Pins. 3 cards for 5c 5.
Assorted Tooth Brushes, worth up to 25c for. 10c ;u "jif '
Child's silk Elastic Hose Supporters, 1 Oc. ' ''.r
Narrow, colored Morrocco Leather Belts, 50c values, 25c, ; KZ '' f
Fine milled TollehSoap, six cakes, double the usual quantity in box,
for 25c. - - . ... .
. Llsterlne, 25c size, 16c. , ; V
Again all day the best-scalloped Shelf Oil Cloth, just half price, 2ka
Fancy striped 10c BedTicking. 6ic . .
Women's 2.00 and 2.50 Dongola Kid Shoes, pair. $1.50.
Unm.n's (in. 0119M fast black 18e HoM.Mmt half 0.' ' M
( Large 25c Huck Towels, Saturday each 19c. "
German Linen Napkins, pure flax, silver bleached, 18- Inches, Sat
urday per dozen, only $lil7. . : . ; : :
Willow Nursery Chairs with lap board, 75c. :' J-; ;
Deltox Grass Rugs, 18x36 Inch, with wool fringed ends. 25cl ; v
Lustre Furniture and Piano Polish, endorsed by dealers everywhere,
50c bottles. Saturday 19c. ' "' :'.
Ribbon Bows for hair and neck wear, all ready made, each 25c.
Plain Messaline. Satin Taffeta and Taffeta Ribbons up to 6 Inches la
width, all day, rare values at 15c yard. : 1
'"' 6 dozen Tinted Pillow Tops, 3 p. m. and till sold, less than half, 10c
2.30 p. m. Ladies' pure bleached, long sleeve Vests, 10 doz?at 15c
2:30 p. m. 25 pieces new Corset Cover Embroideries and wide
bands, rare values, yard 25c. .1 .'. ; "-;f ( -;
20 pieces Persian Challles, Saturday 2:30 p. m. per yard 3 3-4c '
400 yards 15c Dress Ginghams, Saturday 10 a. m.. per yard' 9c. -f
, ' At 3 o'clock Pepperell R. fine Brown Muslin, yard 6c. ' "
At 4 o'clock Simpson's best fast black Prints, yard 4c
Saturday Evening, April S, 1908
March TWO' BLUE EYES."; ... ;. ...... I. .. . ...... .... .. ........ Morse
SelocUon-THE GIRL QUESTION ............................. .Howard
Intermezto-MISS MEXICO..... ........ ......................FranUen
vu-luella:........ ....................... ..............Weldt
Mjodles from-THE STORKS....'..' ........Chtptn
M areh-rTHE CHARMER .V, ; . Faltman
SolectlopTHE- DISTRICT LEADER. . . ................... .. ...Howard
CharadterisWoN THE LONE PRAIRIE....... ........ ...,... Jossey
WalU-QL)EKt OF: HEARTS.' . . '.V. ....... i ........ i ... i .Watdteufel
Selection-THEVRAND 'MOGUL.... ....... .....i.Luderi
1 Murka-PEARDQP THE ANTILLES. ........... M .......... . Mareah
March THE L1TTK MAGNET. Keith
Saturday, .48 .cents pair..
McCombs. f 'f v - ..
Fine bouquets with- plenty of terns
at Hensley'sl green houses at entrance
of cemetery.; -':tl ':' " .
A great big lot of torchon edgings
and inseKIons 3 cents yard Saturday
at:McCbe's."'..'.r; ' .'-t
Gnnthers famous Red Rose checo-i
latea 35 cents pound boxes, Saturday,
at McCabe's. ; , -I ' ;
Try a pair of Kazoo supporters- for
that - boy or girLt Ullemeyer," the.up
to -date clothier.- " ' ' . y
One pound package of currants 10;
tents, or three, for 25 scents, at. Clem
ent & Dledrich's. -1 -'-Nineteen
pounds of the best'gran'
ulated sugar for $1 Saturday at Clem
ent & Diedrich'fl. ; ; . . ; !
Double' trading stamps ; all day Sat
urday and evening on all sales In Mc
Cabe's , linen department. ---iy
"'BO cent heavy chambray work
shirts, blue, tan stripes and check, 39
cents.v Young & McCombs. ' '" .
;? Six pair men's black "hose for S9
centa,'7 to 8.! o'clock only, Saturday
evening; Young & McCombsv '
Special sale of fine Whitman! and
Boston fern sr 25 cents, 56 cents and 75
cents at Hensley's floral store.
Cucumbers, pie plant, spinach, egg
plant, green onions; red cabbages, to
matoes, etc., at the Mill Store.
!. Strictly fresh eggs 124 cents per
dozen Saturday. Only two dozen to
a customer. - Clement & Died rich.
Dr. Joseph DeSllva has removed his
office from the Bengston building to
rooms 206 and 207 Safety building.
Rememberthe Tri-City Shoe Repair
company's place of business, 1823 Sec
ond avenue. Expert shoe repairing.
If you buy your spring suit at Gus
tafson & Hayes you know that you
will get nothing but the latest out.
ifen's lisle web suspenders, limited
number, special value (Saturday night
only) ll cents pair. Young & Mc
Combs. . '
Gunther's famous Red Rose choco
lates, 35 cent' pound boxes. 18 cents
for half pound boxes Saturday at Mc
Cabe's, " "
Brass extension curtain Tods; ex
tends 28 to 45 inches, 10 cents regular,
Saturday 7 VS cents. Young & Mc
Good sweet corn, four cans for 25
cents;, nice peas and canned tomatoes,'
three cans for 25 'cents, at Maucker's
Our" 'stpre. Is., full, of stylish" new
dress goods. Come and inspect same.
Bleuer's orchestra Saturday evening.
The Mill :8tre.";'-'-''- "-"'-'' . : '
Try an Alfred Benjamin suit' for
ping. We' are 6oie agents' for this
celebrated make." Ullemeyer. the un
to' date, clothier.'
See the swell' styles in young men's
hats at $2 and $2.50; all the latest
shapes and . colors.1 Ullemeyer, the
up to date clothier. : ' ; '
' Corduroy bjoomery pants' for. boys;
just the thing for boys' spring wear,
$1 a pair, tomorrow only. Ullemeyer,
the up to date clothier.
Lard is advancing, buy now, 3 pound
cans, 30 cents;' 5 pound cans, 50 cents,
and 10 pound cans, 95 cents, at
Maucker's cash market.
The meat department of the Seven
teenth Street Cash store is here to
stay, prices are -away below the reg
ular credit prices asked elsewhere.
Schroeder Bros., who already con
duct three meat markets in this city.
have opened another up to -date mar
ket in Moline. on Fifteenth street. ;
German linen napkins, pure flax sil
ver bleached. $1.17 per dozen " Satur
day, at McCabe's. Double 'trading
stamps all day in the linen depart
memy; ' v.v . -
McCabe's second red letter day Sat
urday; $1 worth of S. & H. trading
stamps absolutely free to every one
who asks tor them all day and even
ing Saturday. - ;--
Spring suits are; now being shown!
There is always something different
in the models that- we are showing
than you will find ; anywhere else.
Gustafson fc Hayes.
Special sale of seedling pansies '5
cents and 10 cents a dozen; fresh cut
carnations 35 cents, 50 cents and GO
cents a dozen: roses 5 cents and 10
cents each at; Hensley's floral store,
xne uavenport Nursery comnanv
offers for spring planting a large . and
complete assortment of fruit - trees,
vines hardy flowering shrubs, roses,
etc.; . Our -prices are right and stock
guaranteed true to name; Phone 104G-Y.
or Bend -postal, jind our city salesman
will call. ' ''V
First Introduction of Refined New Novelties inMen's
and Youitg TSfTens Wearing Apparel is one of the Points
in the Popularity of this Store.
All the Newt Shades of Tan and Gray and the Always Popular
; Blue Serges in the New Spring Suit Models. . -
YORKSHIRE'' the Clothes that Set the Styles.
POPULAR LINES AT POPULAR PRICES, $10 UP
Others n iip
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.!
All Day Tomorrow "at Young & Mc-
; ':. Comb
Linen department, extra special
60 dozen pillow cases, 42x36. each
10c; 45x36, each 10c; 54x36, each
12C. ' - - : ., . ,.
. 72x90 ' bleached two-piece sheets,
eacb-28c."--vv. - .---' '
' 72x90 bleached linen .finished sheets!
each 49c. " :-
'16-lncli bleached toweling, per yard,
4c. ': -v..-,.;.
- 18-lncl all linen kitchen crash, per
yard, 10c. . -:'.;. '
-' Checked "aproa ginghams, ; fast col
ore, 5c per yard.
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Winters was held this Afternoon at CHIMNEY SPARKS START FIRE
x;tv irom me nome and at z ociockj
from the South Park, chapel. Burial
took place at Cbippianncck cemetery.
REV. W. H. BLANCHE SPEAKS
Davenport Lutheran Pastor to Talk at
! ? Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
f The Y. M. C.; Al' Sunday afternoou
meeting for men Mrtll be . held at the
roller skating ring at 3 o'clock Instead
of at 3:S0vat 'the-assoclation buildins.
A number bf speakers are on the pro
gram Including Rev. W. -H," Blancke
of Davenport, A. E. - Montgomery and
George W; Wood; of Moline.;
yE. U.. Phllbroqk will lead a chorus
of 100 male voices which is to furnish
music for the occasion.'- The, feature
of the music will be an .illustration of
the local option campaign song, "Illi
nois.: with stereopticcn' views.
tfo-iaca maoxaa ctoui, aa-ceni vames,i , wiU be no ws' meeting
special Batwaay, 8c - i ; . v Sunday aa all of the energies ofthe
- German; flannels for, ladies' 'waiat- association worker, is k being exerted
togs f and men'ff shirtings,- per ; yardn;beiiaif of the men'r meeting. '
American Consul Dies.
'Berne, Switzerland' April 3. James
Jeffrey . Boche, ' American J consul at
i Mr. William yV. Winter Funeral. ; Bejjne died here today after a lon l
1 -The tuoeraf of Mrs. William W. nesa. .. ;..;. .... ..:
House Occupied by Louis Strsmmel is
- Damaged $150. ' v.
Fire broke out - this morning about
8 o'clock at the home of Louis Strem
mel, 2512 Eighth-and-a-half avenue. It
is supposed that sparks from the chim
ney lodged under , the eaves iol the
house and started the blaze.; - The
kitchen was the scene of the "chief
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damage, ' nearly the whole roof ; being
burned oft. . The prompt arrival of the
fire departments prevented the flames
from spreading io the " rest .of ?1he
house. The' damage will amount to
about 51JT0 which is entirely 'Covered
by insurance. The house is owned by
Harry M. McCaskrin. :.; ; ,-.':i
ty 73. ' J. BN Oakleaf appeared for J the defense. The case was heard In a
the plaintiff and G. A. Shallberg for (justice court previously.'
GETS HALFOF HIS
Verdict' for E. A. Pierr-in Suit in Coun-;-.
ty Court for Rent. '
"A verdict for $7.20 was awarded E.
A. Plerr in asuit in the county court
for $14.40 claimed as rent due from
Charles Anderberg. Tho case rennlr
ed two days to try, and cost the coun-
This is for YOU!
We can .arrange your bills, and accounts so that one monthly pay
ment of $4.00 or $5.00 will settle them all. DO YOU WONDER
how? ; ':.;.-; : ' . . , .:- . ' '
Simply by loaning you enough money' to clear up all your debts.
Then we can arrange you a small payment which you can easily
mect,hnd YOUR WORRY'S OVER. " " '
BUT Perhaps you ,don t owe anyone could you use some mon
ey, anyway y We have plans and rates that will, please you, and
EVERY TRANSACTION IS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. . '
. Let us send our man .to see-you NO LOAN NO CHARGE. '
Heni tell you all about it. . '' i , r ' ',
Loans made on Furniture,' Stock, Implements, etc," almost any-f
where within 35 miles of Davenport.
. Write to us, or use either phone, (at our expense.)
PRIVATE.- : . RELIABLE
Both Phonee, new 242, old N. 2423.
Open Wednesday and Saturday. Nights
219! BRADY 8TT
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