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THE AKGUS. TKIDAY. OCTOBER 30. 100S.
Urination ftr the celebration is the fMfW irTTIlin I
cause of the apathy shown.
The, fleet appeared off Taitan island
t -RrSO thic mornine. havins been met I " ' ' 1 ' ; -
10 .miles out at sea by the Chinese' ,
torpedo gun boat Fei Ying, which es-" Fort Armstrong Chapter. D. A. R., to
Apathy Shown in Reception of United
' States Ships at '
NOT AT ALL DELIGHTED
IS FIRST MEETING
Resume Work and Seat the
MRS. MIXTER IS HOSTESS
Extend Diplomatic Courtesies, and That
Is About All The
:"' Amoy, Oct. 30. The Chinese people
are apathetic regarding the arrival
here today of the second squadron of
the Atlantic fleet. But few natives
turned out to witness the arrival. Only
a hundred Chinese guests will be ad
mitted to the grounds where the cele
bration is planned for the reception of
the American officers and sailors will
Resentment at the severe measures
taken excluding the Chinese from par
Plans Will Be Laid for Season's Ac
tivity, and Representation at
...... State Conference.
corted the ships to their anchorage
The Bhips entered the harbor in sin
gle line, the Louisiana flagship of Rear
Admiral Emory commanding leading.
After forming in a - double line and
dropping their anchors the forts on the
shore and the flagship of the Chinese
squadron, the Hal Chi, fired the cus
tomary salutes, which were replied to
by the American ships.
This afternoon Admiral Emory will
come ashore for the purpose of calling
on the imperial commissioners and oth-
at Aflifiialc! . 1 a
' I oti .... r iL. .
I me nrsi meeting iur me year iue
Thp FMrat Arrival. I
av- r,t .nVKrht hntt:ph!. Frt Armstrong chapter. Daughters of
comprising the second squadron of the 1 the American Revolution, will be held
American Atlantic fleet, under com-1 tomorrow afternoon at the home of
Diana Of Kear Admiral William M. Mrs. Frank Mlvter. 74 Twen'ieth
Emory, arrived here early this mom
in-r nftor art evontfnl vnv?( from Yfs
kohama. To the Chinese the visit of ,ast meeting last spring will be seated
the Americans is of far reaching im- and work for the new year will be
portance and every preparation has I taken up and planned
peon made not oniy to exiena a nauer- The anmial state conference of the
ing welcome, dui io impress iUiua s i
rtps.tr frp vfn mor cordial relations!
with the republic than have prevailed Jacksonville- Nov. 3 and 4. The regcut
hithprtn Ine 'ocai cnapter, Mrs. a. h. mc
SIMON & LANDAUER
Ship In Two DIvlNiann.
Candless, will attend tiie meeting as
Thp if. shins left Yokohama Sundav delegate and it is probable that th
outer aeiegai.es appointed az me iasi
meeting will also go, Mrs. Frank Mix-
ter as regent alternate. Mrs. C. C
MUSIC by Ogden'S Orchestra tomorrow eve Carter as delegate and Miss Clara
I v umuitii as ueiegaie alternate. iirs.
The sale of dress skirts
UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST SKIRT VALUES OF THE
SEASON ARE THOSE OFFERED IN THIS SALE. THIS
STATEMENT IS CONFIRMED BY THE LARGE XU.M
BER SOLD SINCE THE SALE OPENED. PART ARE A
SAMPLE LINE BOUGHT AT
FROM OUR REGULAR LTNES.
Skirts of panama cloths in
black, brown and blue; wor
steds in stripes, checks and
plaids. Both plaited & plain
tailored styles, strap
C. H. Deere, vice president general
of Illinois. Mrs. William Butterworth
and Miss Evans of Moline will also
attend. It' will be remembered that
the Fort Armstrong chapter enter
tained the state , conference in this
city last year.
To licit lo:i 4c Monument.
A special feature of the meeting
this year will be the dedication of the
George Rogers Clark monument at
Fort Massac, Metropolis. Nov. 5. A
special car will be run from Chicago
ARE to Metropolis taking on members of
the D. A. R. at cities along the way.
In southern Illinois at Fort Massac.
Plain tailored gored or plait-1 near the old city, of Metropolis, still
ed skirts in plaid, stripe. I exists one of the most ancient and in-
check and fancy worsted ma-Iterest ing historical monuments on this
terials; light or dark gray, continent. Here transpired events of
A SAVING; OTHERS
brown, blue and
other good shades
Skirts in our regular
Materials are mostly all-
At $5.95 are included all
6tocks priced up to $8.00.,
wool panamas and poplins, also fancy worsteds in a
wide variety of desirable styles. Colors are black,
blue and brown. Choice tL QtL
of the entire lot now for DiiD
far-reaching importance during the
great historical epoch known as the
Illinois campaign. Fort Mass.ic has
been successively in the hands of the
Spanish, FrenchEnglish, Indians and
Americans. The earthworks of lhi
I old fort still remains.
The state of Illinois, through the in
fluence of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, has purchased
the ourrounding 20 acres, and in Fort
Massac park is the monument erected
to the memory of George Rogers
Clark. The United States government
I (1 rim t Oft MnnntL. nnrl p.nnnnn h-illa (nr
THIS LOWf PRICB-IS FOR SATURDAY ONLY AND IS four pyramidsso that with the fine
MADE TO CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF THE iron fence and massive gateposts with
LINE. THE PATTERNS ARE BLACK-AND-WHITE bronze tablets inserted,- this beautiful
CHECKS, AND BROWN & GRAY DIAGONAL STRIPES. p.alK ana nunient is an nonor to
$5 & 5.95 taffeta silk waists 2.98
BOTH OPEN BACK & FRONT MODELS. BOTH LONG AND
SHORT SLEEVES $2.98.
iovomor Droera to Make Add rex.
Mrs. Mathew T. Scott, ex-vice presi
dent general of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, and president of
the Fort Massac commission, through
whose untiring energy and unswerv
ing loyalty the Daughters owe the
restoration of this historic spot, will
have charge of the ceremony. Gov
ernor Deneen, a member of the com
mission, will be present and give the
SPLENDID OFFE HING. WOMAN'S FINE LISLE HOSE dedicatory address, assisting in the
Fleece-lined Shirt Waists in - stripes and plaids
tan, blue antr gray. Tucked fronts, plaited backs.
Open front; models with long sleeves. Priced at 93c
50c emb. hose 39c; 3 pairs for $1
EMBROIDERED IN COLORS. WE HAVE ALSO IN
CLUDED LACE HOSE IN ALL-OVER & LACE NET
PATTERNS. QUALITIES USUALLY 50c to 69c at 39c or 3 prs $1
One of the best values in Women's low priced hose
we have yet offered are these at 12V&C. Made of fine
cotton yarn and dyed a good black. . Double heels
and toes, assuring good service. All sizes. Pr 122c
Children's wool pants drawVs
celebration of this great work. The
other members of the commission.
consisting of Secretary of State James
A. Rose, State Auditor James S. Mc
Cullough, Mrs. Charles V. Hichok.
state regent, Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution, and Mrs. Jessie Pal
irier Weber, secretary of the commis
sion, will also be present, together
with other distinguished guests.
Aside from the dedication of the
monument, the program of the confer
ence contains much that is full of in
terest to the members of the organi
zation. Addresses will be made by
Women prominent in D. A. R. work
both in the state and the nation. Re
OFT, SMOOTH AND WARM "WOOL PANTS AND DRAW
r.KH JNATUKAU AND CAMEL'S HAIR COLORS. 2G
S1ZES- 65C DUALITY NOW 39C. INCLUDED IN Iceptions and luncheons have been ar
THIS LOT ARE WOMEN'S FLEECE LINED VESTS AND ranged as part of the soelal entertain-
PANTS IN ECRU AND PEELER COLORS; BECAUSE OF meut ? tne ladies.
BROKEN SIZES, REDUCED TO CLOSE OUT; GARMENT 39c
Woman's $1.50 part-wool Union suits in peeler and
gray. Regular and extra large sizes. Special $i.15
The S & L a Center of Economy
For Good Clothes Men's, Boys' and Children's
A joining together of quality and value two forces con
stantly in effedt here and instrumental in the growth and
success of Davenport's greatest clothes Store. & & &
Overcoats Are Now Claiming; the Attention of the Clothes-Buying Public
And with such an assortment as ours to select from, overcoat buying, is
a pleasure. You will say we are .the overcoat store of the town when you
see our immense showing. There's so many new styles and fabrics that
a detailed description is nearly impossible. We're showing a great vari
ety of the new button to the neck coats with military collars in home
spuns, cheviots and velours, in fancy stripe effects and plain blacks. Also
a large, showing, of medium length box overcoats in rich shades of brown,
tan, olive, mode, dark gray and plain and fancy blacks. Our overcoat val
ues have no equal in Davenport. Price range $10 to $40. Extra values at
$10, $12.50; $15, $18, $22.50, $25.00
CRAVENETTES, $10.00 to $30.00
MEN'S & YOUTHS' FALL SUITS
A great many men have not yet purchased" their Fall Suits. We've been
receiving new lots of tasty patterns every week, so the man who buys
now will still find choice picking. Extra Suit values
$15.00. $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00
SPECIALS IN THE BOYS' DEPARTMENT
. . .... mt ' 1 4
Strongline of Boys' and Children's Suits and
Keef ersOvereoats priced pi - 1 pi r
? for rad selling at . . , IV ' ana, po . O J
Girls' Reefer Overcoats, sizes 7 to 16; something
new. for girls; new pat- 1 Ql 1 A QPt
terns, beautifully styled W2 f
treatment for the liquor habit is sold
with such a liberal guarantee.
Orrine is prepared in two forms; No.
1 a powder, perfectly tasteles and col
orless, which can; be given secretly
in any food or drink. Orrine No. 2,
is in pill form, for those Who wish to
be cured of the habit, and it should be
taken by every one who swears off.
No matter which form of Orrine is
used the guarantee is the same. The
price of Orrine is $1 per box, mailed
in plain sealed wrapper upon receipt
of price. Write for free booklet on
"How to Cure Drunkenness (mailed inl
plain, sealed envelope) by the Orrine
company, Washington, D. C. Orrine is
sold by Harper House pharmacy.
River Riplets. v
The Ruth, Fox and Emily were down
the river today and the Fox and Emily
went north. The stake of water at 6
a. m. was 2.4 and at noon 2.5. Tem
perature at noon 41.
For Chronic Diarrhoea.
"While in the army' in 18C3 I was
taken with chronic diarrhoea," says
George M. Felton of -South' Gibson,
Pa. "I have since tried many reme
dies but without any permanent re
lief, unta A. W. Miles of this place
persuaded me to try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
one bottle of which stopped it at
once." For sale by all druggists.
545.000; corn, 43,000; oats, 6,000.
morning, but divided into two squad
rons when two days out, the first,
under command of Rear Admiral
Sperry of the flagship Connecticut,
heading for Olongapo, Philippine is
lands, and the second, under Rear Ad- j
miral Emory on the Louisiana, bound I
for Amoy. The -two squadrons will!
join forces again al Manila, the second
ONE OF THE NOBBIEST IDEAS IN FALL, SHOE FASH- "10'"u "c'5 utuuieu to leave mis
IONS IS THE COMBINATION OF PATENT LEATHER port on Nov- 4 and to arrive at Manila
TmiTr.nn ...ran rrT t . . . On KOV 7
FUL BUTTON MODELS WITH BLUE. TAN AND BLACK
TOPS. PLAIN TOES, WELT SOLES, CUBAN HEELS. SIZES
2 TO 8. $4.00.
Women's cloth top shoes, pr. $4
Orrine Destroys the Craving for Drink,
Cure Effected or Money Refunded.
It was formerly customery for the
habitual- drinker to take the pledge
regularly, sometimes once a year, and
sometimes in every fit of remorse that
followed his debauches, and then
Till nnn ft l
Double-bed wool blankets $5 ihe world that pledees do not 8tp
uiuunBuuess. vvnen a man taKes a
Our Anatomical lasts for children have made a great
impression with careful parents. Tan, vici kid and
patent colt leathers, welt soles in Button or lace
styles. Built to resist wear. $2, $2.25 and $2.50
Y ALL COMPARISONS WE HAVE MADE THESE ARE Pledge voluntarily, he expects to keep
THE BEST $5.00 BLANKETS WE HAVE EVER SEEN.,11- EveT? man expects to keep his
FINE. SMOOTH. SOFT, WARM.. WHITE OR LIGHT
GRAY WITH PINK AND BLUE BORDERS,
Sword, and every broken pledge costs
ithe drunkard manv a heartnohn. Tint
ALSO BLUE ha fannnt hiiln It Ua fiofeto 1
I " -"' IUU6
AND WHITE OR PINK & WHITE FLAiDS. GOOD WEIGHT, as he can, then succumbs to the crav-
PRICED $5.".-: ". ;. '
Oilcoth rugs for under stoves, 4 . by 4 $1.00
Oilcloth squares without border, 4, by - 4'A 68c
,ZincBinding with corners and tack9. enouglf for a
square' measuring 4 by 4 feet. Price 10c
' , Third Floor.-
ing. The nervous system of the hahlt-
ual, drinker, is diseased 'and he must
nave treatment that will cure this con
dition. Orrine Is sold under a positive guar"
( antee to cure the drink habit or the
money will be refunded. No other
Washing Done Right
Is a Pleasure
Soaked in tepid Peosta Suds
then lightly rubbed out, rinsed
and blued, clothes are as white
as the driven snow and are
r saved from the wear and tear
of hard rubbing. The saving
amounts to more than the cost
of the soap. Think of the sav
ing of clothes, fuel, time and
2 'Shave" aBar of Beach's
Peosta Soap into an earthen rr
enameled dish, pour oveit
two or three quarts 'of hot
water, set on the back of range
where it will keep warm, cover
closely and leawfcTintil dissolved.
- Soap thus prepared goes
farther, cteans more evenly and
Chicago, Oct. 30
market quotations today:
December, 99, 100, 99,100.
May, 103, 104. 103. 104.
July, 97, 98, 97, 98. J
December. C3. 63, 63, 63.
May, 63, 63V4. 62, 63.
July, C2, 62, 62. 62.
December, 48, 48, 48'4. 4S&.
May, 50. 50, 49, 50.
July,'45, 45, 45, 45.
October, 14.10, 14.25, 14.10, 14.25.
January, 16,00, 16.17, 16.00, 16.15.
May 15.82, 16.C0, 15.82, 15.97.
October, , 9.50, , 9-45.
January, 9.37. 9.50, 9.37, 9.47.
May, 9.45, 9.57 9-43, 9.52.
October. 8.73, , , 8.90. .
January, 8.42, 8.50, 8.40. 8.47. .
May, 8.50, 8.60, S.50, 8.57.
Receipts today Wheat, 58; corn,
44; oats, 118; hogs,; 25,000 u cattle,
3,500; sheep, 9,000.
Estimated receipts Saturday Wheat
!51; corn, 72; eats, 114; hogs, 18.000.
Hog market opened weak to 5 cents
lower. Hogs left over, 8,000. LightJ
$5.l05.70; good heavy, $5.306.05;
mixed and butchers, $5.306.00; rough
heavy, $5.30 5.50. ;
Cattle market opened steady.
; Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha Hogs, 4,000; cattle, 13.000.
- Kansas City Hogs, 10.000; cattle
j Hog market closed active and gen
erally 6teady. Light, $5.00fg!5.75;
mixed and bufchers, $5.2506.00; rough
heavy, $5.305.50; good heavy, $5.30
06.05. . ; . "
j Cattle market closed steady. Beeves, I
$3.157.50; stackers and feeders $2.50
Sheep market closed' weak.'
Minneapolis Today, 211; Jast week,
S37; last year. 173. . v
Duluth Today, 228; last week,. 210;
last year, 349. ' : --
Export clearances Wheat and flour
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. 30. Following are
the quotations on the stock market
Gas SeVi, U. P. 173V4. U. S. Steel
preferred 110, U. S. Steel common
47, Reading 133, Rock Island pre
ferred 46, Rock Island common 19,
Northwestern 161. Southern Pacific
10S, N. Y. CeCntral 105, Missouri
Pacific 56, Great Northern 132,
Northern' Pacific 145. I & N. 109,
Smelters 93. C. F. I. 36, Canadian
Following are the; Pacific 174, Illinois Central 139,
Fenna 120, une 3iy2. Leaa sj. u. s
0. 43'4. B. R. T. 48, B. & O. 99,
Atchison 93Vi. Locomotive 50Vi. Sugar
132V4. St. Paul 143, Copper SOVi, Re
public Steel preferred 81, Republic
Steel common 28, Southern Ry. 22.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. .
Rock Island, Oct. 30. Following are
the wholesale prices In the local mar
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 24c.
Live Poultry Hens, per found, 8c;
springs, 11c pound. -Butter
Vegetables Potatoes, 55c to 60c;
onions, 45c; beets, 40c; turnips, 30c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain New corn, 60c; old corn. 80c;
oats, 47c to 50c; wheat.- 85c to 90c.
Forage Timothy hay, $9 to $10;
prairie, $7.50 to $9.00; clover, $8.00;
Coal Lump, per busheL 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c to 8c. -
When soup and gravy
are smooth and rich and
delightfully flavored, you
may rest assured they
were thickened with
Two o America's most famous cooks,
'Janet M. Hill and Alice Cary Waterman,
say that Kingsford's Oswego Corn Starch
is invaluable for improving the delicacy
and palatability .of the finest dishes. It
stands first, highest, best; the most .
uniformly excellent corn starch on
the market. ' Read what these two
cooks say in
Original Recipes and Choking Helps
Sent free on request.
Grocers, pound packages, 10c.
T. KINSSFORD & SON. OSWEGO. N. 1.
AtWML STMtCfl COUPMT. SacKWM
10 Per Cent off on Trimmed
The Dawson Millinery Co.
113 EIGHTEENTH STREET,-ROCK ISLAND, ILL-