Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1J5.
reaches 25 cents a basket at Long's.
Fancy Michigan peaches at Lonjj'g.
Manny Goldsmith has returned
from his 5-week' trip east.
Uncle Sammy" (iooIe returned
from Chicago this morning.
There will be ilancing school at
Koche's hall Saturday evening.
Mrs. J. P. Comcgys reached home
from a visit to St. Louis last evening.
1'lenty of Mason fruit jars at Mc.
Cabtt's. (Quarts 5 cents, half gallons
C cents each.
A horse in the lower end of the
city was overcome and died from
True, it's hot; 'tis also true that
the hottest line of boys1 novelties is
found at M. & K's.
The attaches of the engineer corps
are to honor Col. Mackenzie with a
supper Saturday night.
We will pay you $1 a pair for your
old shoes in exchange for a pair of
onr new tan shoes Dolly Bros1.
Vonr last chance to buy goods
cheap in the hardware line at the
Hunter store, 1614 Second avenue.
The Daughters ef Rebekah trolley
party last evening was well attended,
a train of four oars being comforta
Get a perfect picture of yourself
for only 5 cents on the new photo
graph machine Kdison's parlor, 1805
If you are looking for an excep
tionally good bargain take a peep at
the Hue of men's suits M. & K. have
placed on sale at i.HH.
Mr. and Mrs. .fames l)usac re
turned home to Find ley, ()., this
morning after a week's visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wilson.
There's nothing to take the place
of a pair of M. & K. shoes they lit
better, wear belter, loek better and
keep but tcr than any other.
Kdison's latest wonder, the Kone-,
tnphon, will he here only till Sunday.
Do not miss seeing it at the Edison
parlor, 105 Second avenue.
The spceial salo of hardware, tin
ware and tools at reduced prices will
be continued for a few days only at
the Iturdcr storo. 1CM Second avenue.
Tim intensity of the heat in the
foundry at tin; Kock Island Stove
works was such this morning that
work was suspended until the
atmosphere becomes more bearable.
The Aiken street chapel Y. P. S.
V. K. will afford you an enjoyable
evening if you will attend their trol
ley party Friday evening. Cars leave
centre station at ':)) for Moline,
then Hoek Island and Watch Tower.
Michael Groncnger, of 2721 Fifth
avenue, died at C-.IiO last evening of
dropsy, aged 80 years and 6
months. A son, Adolph Grenenger,
survives. The remains will be taken
to Douglas, Fayette county, Iowa,
tomorrow for interment.
Two new sites on the other side of
Kock river for the Western Insane
hospital are to be i-ubmitted through
(Sordon & Itowman. The sites ad
join ono another and each contains
the required amount of land. The
property belongs to Thomas Corns
Chief F.tzel this morning picked
up in the Burlington yards a
14-year-old boy named Ed McElroy,
of Savanna, who claimed to have run
away from home there. The chief
wired Savanna of the circumstances
and asked for instructions as to the
Dr. K. Bradford, wife and ehild
had an exciting experience on Twen
tieth street this morning ami barely
escaped injuries. A front wheel be
coming detached from the vehicle
lowered one side of the buggy and
frightened the horse, which began
running ami kicking. The occupants
were kept busy dodging the animal's
heels. Dashing across the street to
the Hurst block the horse was
caught by Mark Lloyd and William
Yesterday, at 93 in the shade, was
oie of the hottest September days
ever experienced in the state of Illi
nois. "We usually have a spell of
hot weather in September, but only
six times in 25 years, including yes.
terday, has the thermometer reached
90 degrees," said the Chicago
weatherman. "The record breaker
and record holder was Kept. 14, 1893,
during the fair, when the mercury
shot up to 95 degrees. The other
occasions were on Sept. 6, 1872, when
the thermometer registered 93 de
grees; Sept. C. 18SI, 94 degrees;
Sept. 6. 1SS7. 9i degrees; Sept. 10.
lX'.tl. 91 degrees; Sept. '.'4, 1891. 91
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
worn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
THE LAWS FOR GAME.
Digest of ths Beqalremsnts of IUIaols
With Kefereace Thereto.
Xow that the season for game is
abont here, a brief glance at the game
laws of Illinois mar be interesting
and perhaps profitable. In addition
to tbe laws regulating the taking of
feathered game in Illinois, there is
also a measure nnon the statute
books which forbids the shootinc of
even unclean, as well as clean birds,
at any season of the year. Abont all
that can be said of game laws, how
ever, is that they protect game birds
out a lew years beyond tbe time
when the higher laws which cause
and control civilization will leave
here and there a covey of quail, or a
flock of prairie chickens, where once
there were thousands.
The First Urn me BUI.
As far back as 1791 a bill was in
troduced in the Sew York legislature
for the protection of the "heath hen,"
and from that time until this, each
state in turn has passed game laws
of some sort, but thev have afforded
but poor protection at best. Between
the pot hunter and other enemies of
wild fowl, the sportsman who would
enjoy a day s grouse or prairie
chicken shooting, must look for it
hand reds of miles bevond the Father
of Waters. What was known in 1891
in the state ef New York as tbe
"heath hen" Tetravo Cupido or
once common prairie hen, together
with her "sisters and her cousins
and her aunts," have, like the buf
falo, red deer, elk, antelope and wild
Indian, been driven toward sunset
ami destruction. Even the once fa
miliar little bare-legged quail (Orytx
Virginianus) that used to welcome
the early settler with its cheerful
"bob white," has almost totally dis
appeared from the eastern half of the
I . . . ... .
i 11 lieu oiaies, uoi wiiusiaauinr n
has been the recipient of special legis
lation for upwards of three-quarters
of a century.
The Uw of llllnole.
The "lawful" season for it is al
most here, and below will be found
digest of the laws by which one is
supposed to be guided:
lt is unlawful, according to tbe
statutes of the state of Illinois, to
kill or attempt to kill at any time,
in this state, the following birds:
Kobin, blue bird, swallow, martin,
mosquito hawk, whippoorwill.
cuckoo, woodpecker, cat bird, brown
thrush, red bird, hanging bird, buz
zard, wren, humming bird, dove,
goldliinch, mocking bird, blue jay.
bullnnch. thrush, lark, cherry bird,
yellow bird, oriole or bobolink, or to
lob or destroy the nests of the same;
and shall, upon conviction, be fined
15 for each and every bird.
"It is niawiui to taunt, kill or
lestroy anr prairie chicken before
the 1st of November and the 15th
day of September; or any ru tiled
grouse, pheasant or quail between
the 1st day of December and the 1st
day of October; or any wild duck.
goose, brant or other water fowl be
tween the 15th day of April and the
15th day of September; or any wood
cock between the loth day of Sep
tember ana the din iiay of July el
each and every year. 1'he penalty
for violating this law is a fine of not
less than $5 nor more than f 25 for
each otTense, and to stand committed
to the county jail until the line is
"It is unlawful to sell or oner for
sale at any time, any wild turkey.
prairie chicken or pinnated grouse,
quail, ru tiled grouse or pheasant, or
any gray or red fox or black squir
rel, winch have been killed in the
state of Illinois, or to export the
"Wild ducks and geese may be
sold in this state (whether killed
here or not) from September 15th to
April loth ef each and every year.
"Ueer, antelope, wiiu turkey.
prairie chicken or pinnated grouse,
ru tiled grouse and quail may be sold
in this state after October 1st te Feb
ruary 1st of each and every year as
"It shall be further unlawful for
any person or persons, at any time.
to sen or to expose for sale or to
have in his or their possession for
the purpose of selling any of the
above named game or birds, and it
shall be further unlawful for any
persons, corporations, or carriers to
receive for transportation, to trans
port or convey any of the above
named game in the state of Illinois."
Ten reople Billed by an Avalanche.
Bf.hne, Sept. 12. An avalnm-he from
the AlMs glacier has fallen upon the nan
let of Spiitliiinttc. Ten people were over
whelmed and Iihvc perished. There were
no tourist among the number. About
two twiunre mili-s if laud Wave been cov
ered. The upper tKiiiiuit pnss.down which
.1. - . 1 1 ...1 1 . .. 1 1
lilt? llliinn muuvw una imni-u, 19 jpiiiik.ii
Mil ked. Three hundred bead of cart If
were lost m tnc aeyuorii.
Share aT Hi liar Lined with Fire.
GlKES Ba, Wis., Sept. 12. Tho west
shore of Gkvd bay for thirty miles is
lined with flames which ae sweeping over
the immense marshes that stretch feoin
this cfty to Ooonto. KeporU from Ciasco
Juncrtdtt. on the Kewaunee, Green Bay
and Western road, are to the effeet that
forest fire are burning on both aides uf
tho track between that point and Clfile.
The Modern Scanty
thrives on good food and sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in tbe open
air. Her form glows with health and
her face blooms with its beauty. If
her system needs the cleansing ac
tion of a laxative remedy, she uses
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxa-
Children Cry for
Providicg for tbe Lev, Assessment and Collec
kciion of Tales for the Fltcal Tear.
A. D., 195.
Be it ordained by the cltv council of Bock
Sec. I. That then be levied, assessed and col
lected upon tbe perso"l and real property within
tbe corporate limits nt tbe cltr or Kock Inland a
tbe same was tquallaed for etate and count
tait- of tbe tear one tbousand eight hundred and
uisctslour to-wi :
People. Xa'lonal Bank flS.n O M
llolif Manufacturioi; company no
Library Fund S.TtSU 2S
Interest nn b-rdel debt li 00
7th htenne improvement .. Jt.OrW W
tsth street improvement to 5!4 arc... I 00
lftb street Improvement 3,00 W
lib ward aeacr l."0 00
7th ward fewer 1.5i
Llvhtfund JS,o0 00
S'de street fund a. KAMI
Bridge fund "i 8U
Salary fund ,TW 00
Sor. ssi OS
Making a total turn appropriated for the par
pose aforesaid of eixtr-flve thousand, nine hun
dred eighty-one ardslUI-ha dollars (Sui.WI.Uri) .
.'assed Sept. 9, 1995.
Approved : B. F. Knox, Valor.
Attest: a. l. H i t mu. City Clerk.
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The tirst
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Urotjan, druggist, Kock Is
land. Hard Coal Market.
Hard coal is cheaper now than it
has been for many years, and this is
the best time to lay in your winter's
supply. Call on E. U. Frazer for
rock bottom cash prices. Telephone
won't do for
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
ANTED SCRUB GIRL AT THE KOCK
COMMISSION AND AUCTION-ALL KIND8
of Roods boncht and sold, disposed of either
at private sale cr at auction. Harris Irvin,
l.ll Second avenue.
WANTED A REI.IABl.F, ACTIVE GKN
tlemnnor lady to travel for reliable estab
lished bouse, f alary TH0, payable SIS weekly,
and monev advanced for expenses Situation
stamped envelope. II. E. Uesi, president, Chi-
NEW MINES DISCOVERED-110 AND MORE
made daily on small investments by oar
new plan of systematic grain and stock specula
tion. Fullrst iuvrstifailon solicited. Past
workings of the plan anu highest references fur
nished. Soml for onr free booklet telling how to
make money, even on the wrong side of the mar
ket; also our daily market letter, wbat and
where to buy. Active representatives wanted,
A. UiLSonz k Co.. Omaha buildinc. Chicago, 111.
Notice is berehv -riven that the nn.lar.iimoil
baa bees a; pointed assignee of tbe Kock Island
neaiing ana riui.imng company, and all 1-ers na
he ding any clvi.i or claims acnintt s.id com
pany are hereby notified to present tho asmx to
ne or to Adair pleasant, my attorney, nnder
oath or affirmation within three months f rrm
inis uaie. wnetner said claims are due or not.
A 1 persons indebted to said assignor are re
quesrec! to irske prompt payment of the same.
uaiea sepi a. icq
THOMAS B. DAVIS, AtsU-nee.
Durtis Opera House,
Sunday Evening, Sept. 15
DAVIKS AND REACH'S Famous
Fabric of Fine Music
Nothing Ilut Real Fun.
The Vintage of "95.
Sesia on sale Friday ttornmg. Tephoti
Own Totr Homt and Hat it stsrrrf.
Insurance and Loans
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
CI f J
Kernan Smoke Consumers,
The soft coal furnace here rcpresentei
ULdcr the name .of Ketnan Smoke Con
sumer, has been conttru ted on scientific
principles, and tbe Discharging of Bested
Air into the firs chamber has been so rec
anted that just a sufficient amount enters
the furnace, and at the proper decree of
heit, the result caacing a Perfect State of
Combastion.no volatile carbon escaping
within the fire chamber, No Soot Gather
ing in tbe Plus or Smoke Pips, and No
Dense Volumes of Black Smoke issuing
from the chimney. We are prepared to
furnish estimates on besting and ventila
ting. A full line of Bard coal. Soft coal,
or wood furnaces of tbe best makce al
ways on hind. Call and examine them.
1615-1617 Second Arenae.
For Using Krell
& Math's Bread.
r. Its the best.
2. It goes farthest.
3. It's a pleasure to eat it.
4 It satisfies.
5. Always the same.
6. Everybody praises it.
7. You will like it.
8. You should try it.
Ask for it. Insist on bavinjr it.
KRELL & MATH
Are closely allied when
it comes to a question of
Fine Bakery Goods. For
proof try them once on
anything in tho baking
Phone 1 156.
1 7 16-17 18 Second Ave.
Your party will be a
success if you have our
Brick Ice Cream.
And if you appreciate z first class line of merchandise, properly
honest, legitimate prices, you will find it decidly advantageous
Clothing and Shoes at the
Clothing and Shoes.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
In hiving s dress the pattern which no one else In your vietnlty has
yon all know. We are prepared as nevsr before with laree an t elegjnt
lines of imported novelty dress goots whlc will be placed oa sale at
oar well kiowa low prices. When we advertise W drees patterns si
8.50. $10 and fit patterns at $7.50, SI and SIS patterns st fa.M, we
metn just what we sir.
SI S dress goods at 8c
75c dress foods at 57c
5Jc drew gooda at IBM
mi give soma idea of ths way novelty dress goods will be sold he;e this
SJ pieces handsome new Jacquard STtfc and Oc novelty dress
gooes are now on sals for the first time at2c and SSo.
Plain Dress Stalls will be much wom this season and we arc selling
At 29c, fine all wool serges, value c
At ssc. imported Series and Henriettas, valae SOc and 8e
At Sc imported Bradford Serges, worth HTHr
At I1.2S, M-inch Kutclish Craventttes in black and navy, value 12.
cannot tno strongly emphasize the advantages of early buying,
while irrods are new and while desirable patterrs which sre so dressy
can be had in full assortment. With the touch of fall nnon us it is ths
wise woman who will buy early.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a fine walnnt, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the moat desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, ffltohiU ft Lyndo Blocr
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Nen & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, ; Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
LI. M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate. Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Have on hand 40 lots In South Rock Island on
easy terns; Just outside the city limits; rood
water; low taxes, and cheap Insurance. Ten lots
on Thirty-eighth street snd Kifteenth avenue.
A numberof pieces of property la the city for
sale and rent.
Styles Are low
name is a sufficient guarantee for every promise
SI dress doods at T5c
c d ess foods ai 4!c
9Mi dress roods at -Ac,
J Jn:y I sueias. l per van qnalilv. 7ic
New Fam-v Swiss silks, tl -A quality rv
New Brorades,SI 511 to f l.fe'qualliv ,Si.aj
New Klack Fancv tiros (train. SI IS.
fcpec.al a:ues in lilac
1709 and 171 1
To tie Ladies of k
GUT AND MAKE YODR OWN CLOTHING.
Ladies wishing to do their own dress making
should secure and learn the famous KELLOGG
SYSTEM, which is equal if not superior to all
others in the market, by calling on or addressing
the undersigned. Will also teach the new
method of boning, the only stiffening in dresses,
etc., that does its work in a satisfactory manner.
The Kellogg System with full instruction given
for $10, and moderate terms for learning the
Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Agent.
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AU kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
. &, K.
1729 Second Avenue 116 to 124 Eighteenth Street
Heavy sales in July snd Asroat compelled as to hoy practically a
new stork, and we are rfferlna the newest thiags the market afford.
At tir uvw Serges and Henriettas.
At . 4t inch Sense, value li
At 4'r. 46-inch er nnish Serve, value TV.
A iliTHC SO-lnch IiiuU Twill, lue Sc
The Istest .H.cteii Black Oo.Ms.snrh sa I.Izard Ckvh. Imported
fcatln Jarqiiard. Swivel Crepona. Billow Crepea wllb boucle effect. Is
ported Chisel cloth. Heavy Uon.-ls I iranlle cloih. Wrlliaa Mohair. Jsc-
?u" from SIS ii r7ad!OU, M"air ' clo,h- ,c ' lc- PriCT
Special redurcl prices oa for th!s weekemlv.
CAPES, JACKETS, 1URS.
Tt quM.ionaWy the handsomest g-arments to be seen In Rook Island
this season will be found on our rack and counters We challenger
comparison a to quality and price. Orders placed In Fcbnmry and
Mar-h and made U when woik was slack, and cost f pro luwion the
very lowest, enables ns In offi-r stylish garments at prices whirh rautiot
be met. Jackets are priced here from a , ap -ip,-c of i i..t li . j
andnp. Capes of fnr $4 tw and up. You will And the uohby rou'h
rlolhs.fur trimmed and plain, ar-J fur garment aaade oo hoiHirin
proper lengths and full sweeps. We have njUiiog to show but what Is
Garments can be secured and laid asiie till October IS by payin a
small deMsit down. We take all the lisks.
Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Tn-Cls anil Vicinity
1803 Second Ayenne.
General Jobbing dona oa short notice
and satisfaction guaranteed
tailored, and at
to buy your
or claim they