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THE ABGUB, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1C95.
IT IS A NECESSITY.
The Elevator for St. Anthony's
A SUBiCBIPriON TO SECTJES IT.
Enterprising nnd JSoliIe Hearted Ladles
Take tbe Matter la Hand With Success
ful rrospeiis at the Start-neasona for
The aboluie necessity of a passen
ger elevator for the new fit. An
thony's hospital has been fully em
phasized, not only in the resolutions
adoDted liy the surgical staff of the
hospital, but in the views expressed
by all who have become acquainted
with the construction of the new
building, its appointments and ad
vantages. 'As has been told, the
operating room is designed and situ
ated in conformity with the plana of
the best hospitals in the country is
on the fourth floor of the hospital.
Here it is remote from the other sur
roundings, where patients who are
operated upon will have the advan
tage of u:et, while the bad odors that
unavoidably arise from this depart
ment of such an institution will not
enter the remainder of the institu
tion. Provided with these recog
nized elements of superiority over the
average hospital it id essential that
ways be provided for reaching the
tipper iloor with those who are to
undergo treatment. The question of
convenience docs not enter as a fac
tor in the argument for an elevator
obviously the subject is one of neces
sity. One who will consider the
thought of carrying a patient no
matter what the treatment to bo sub
mitted to up three flights of stairs
will readily realize the situation.
For years the operating room at Mer
cy hospital, at Davenport, has been
on the first floor. It has recently,
and in accordance with the scientific
principles which have prevailed in
the construction of St. Anthony's
new hospital been placed on the up
per lloor. In making the desired al
teration the need of an elevator was
never separated from the desirability
of the change. And one i being put
in there. St. Anthony's hospital will
not bo vithout this necessary ad
junct. It was originally anticipated that
tho elevator would cost s?l,0uO, but
through the generosity of the Moline
Klevator company which has offered
to provide one at a greatly reduced
price, it is gratifying to know that
the cost will not exceed $750.
Work or Kiitrrprl.sliigr, I.arilca.
IleaHziiig the importance of the
acquisition to the hospital ami what
had already been done for it a num
ber of ladies recently conferred on
the subject and determined to pledge
the amount necessary. The lirst
canvavs, although but a few hours
were devoted to it, was atteuded by
the mi.t encouraging results possi
ble, a third of the funds desired be
ing realized, the subscriptions
amounting to f 'i0.", as follows:
I'oclc I.laMl Sftfiit rhmi
WrjerhijfiT & Denkuiaun
.1. P. W ol.Thiurer
.1. W. porter.
0. Teircler A lu
. 611 ( o
. b no
. sa )
. 15 O.i
. a ou
The Indies will continue their can
vass from day to day until the full
amount is obtained, and it is to be
hoped they will meet with generally
I'ellre Court Clltllncs.
William Harris and (ieorge Roe
were each lined : and costs today in
the police court for last night's jags.
Charles Carter, who created the
commotion at Jacob llurger's board
ing 1'ouso Sunday cveniug, was as
sessed $10 and costs by Magistrate
Schroeder yesterday afternoon under
a charge of breach of the peace.
Michael Kavanangh appeared in
'Squire Schroedcr's court yesterday
afternoon in response to warrant
sworn out by C. C. Wright, a motor
man on the Kim street line, and was
lined ?.i and costs for disorderly con
duct. Michael got drunk Saturday
night and persisted in acting as he
chose on the cht despite the protests
of the motormao, who finally became
bo aggravated at the unruly fellow as
to strike him across the head with
the switch rod, inllieting a gash in
Michael's head. In the sen lllo Mich
ael fell through a window light, and
the warrant resnltcd.
Looks Like a Settlement.
Ilcere & Co. today notified the
striking grinders to send up a com
mittee to confer with reference to a
new seal of prices, and the confer
ence is in progress ttis aiternoou.
looking to an adjustment of the im
The Annus delivered every even
ing at vour door at 10c a week.
Hlglitst Honors World's Feir.,
MOST FERFLXT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
iorn Ammcria, Alumorsnyctfcexadultirar.t
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
The fonnd 'hit cheer the merchant
Advertising ith a will
Is the Jin?le of the dollar
A tney Crop into Ms till.
Free Sour at McCabe's.
Free flour at McCabe's.
Cocoa door mats today.
. Cocoa door mats today.
Souvenirs at Dolly Bros'.
Try Adams for your shoes.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
McCabe's 25th anniversary sale.
McCabe's 25th anniversary sale.
Fine Mexican oranges at Boro's.
McCabe's 25th anniversary sale.
Good flour 90 cents a sack at Long's.
Read J. V. Jones' ad. in want col
umn. First chestnuts of the season at
Flour given away at McCabe's to
morrow. Adams is headquarters for reliable
Flour given away at McCabe's
Kcad Young & McCombs' ad. on
New buckwheat flour and maple
syrup at Long's.
Cocoa door mats 19 cents, at
Young & McCombs'.
Special sale in cloaks, jackets and
capes at Young & McCombsJ.
Adams' line of men's shoes are the
up-to-date styles. Try them.
Souvenirs given rway with every
$2 purchase at Dolly Bros', cash
For perfect fitting ladies' or gentle
men's shoes you should call on
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. S. K. Keuworthy, Room 2, Bu
The $5 cordovans are equal to
some $1 shoes. Save a dollar by buy
ing of Adams.
The $ 3 welt shoes for ladies are not
equaled for style, fit and durability.
Try a pair Adams.
McCabe's quarter century sale this
week. Save every purchase check if
you wish to compete for premiums.
Cocoa door mats only 19 cents,
advertised by another dealer as be
ing worth 50 cents, at Young & Mc
Combs'. Maj. W. L. Marshall, accompanied
by Capt. J. H. Willard,' U.S. A , is
here from Chicago inspecting the
The Ladles' Aid society of the
Broadway church will meet with
Mrs. Willard Baker at 2:30 Thursday
Yon can save money on underwear
by buying at Yonng"& McCombs'.
Their 'Jo cent fleece line ladies' is a
Rev. C. E. Taylor and son, Carl
ton G., went to Quincy yesterday to
attend a meeting cf the Baptist gen
Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller, of Black
Hawk township, leave tomorrow
evening for Pho-nix, Ariz., for the
betterment of the latter's health.
If you have anything that you
would rather have the cash for, leave
your order at the old reliable second
hand store, 1622 Second avenue J.
Given away with every $2 pur
chase a handsome souvenir noth
ing common, but a beautiful art re
production. Don't miss getting one.
The sewer committee is inspecting
the Seventh ward sewer system, just
cumplcted by Davis company, this
afternoon prior to the formal accept
ance of the work.
Young & McCombs show the
largest assortment of new style
cloaks, capes and jackets in the city
at very low prices. Remember their
big premium offer.
Rock Island relatives yesterday re
ceived the sad intelligence, of the
death at Colorado Springs of the wife
and iufant of Frank Churchill, who
formerly resided here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Windom are
guests at the Harper during the un
dertakers' convention. They accom
panied the train bearing Everts com.
mandery to the recent trieuuial con
clave at Boston and hence Lave sev
eral frionds in the city.
City Attorney Haas departed this
afternoon for "Morrison, Whiteside
county, where the arguments on the
Twelfth street paving improvement
will be commenced tomorrow before
Judge Henry C. Ward. The attor
neys representing the objecting
property holders are: Connelly &
Connelly, Henry Curti. William'Mc
Eniry and Sweeney & Walker.
Mrs. Lawson. of Coal Valley, sub
mitted to a delicate operation per
formed by Dr. C. B. Kinyon, assisted
bv Drs. E. Bradford, of this citv; J.
W. Watzek. Davenport, and f. II.
Wessel, Moline. Saturday afternoon
for double varitoruy, at the residence
of S. B. Ilendren, 421 Eleventh
street. If no other complications
arise Mrs. Lawson's recovery is very
hopeful, notwithstanding the deli
cacy of the operation.
That Joyful reeling
with the exhilerating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the use
of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the
few'who have not progressed beyond
the old time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered. but
never accepted by the well informed.
Children Cry for
In a communication to Chief Etzel
the Galesburg authorities state that
W. R. Teterson. the escaped insane
patiett found in a Rock Island cattle
car in an unconscious condition Fri
day, died there Saturday evening, a
few hours after reaching his parents'
A Tailor.' War.
A fight is on. Let the best man
win. We are offering inducements at
tbe present time in fine artistic tai
loring such as Rock Island has never
before experienced. This week our
swellest suits or overcoats from $25
and up. Pants $6 and up.
EmIg, the tailor.
Generally fair, but with consider
able cloudiness and fag and possible
light showers; very little change in
temperature. Today's temperature
43. F. J. Walz, Observer.
Never Say Die.
Many desperate cases of kidney
diseases pronounced incurable have
been cured by the Clinic Kidney
Care. Many physicians use it. For
sale at M. 1'. Bahnsen's drug store.
won't do for
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
ANTED A YOrNO GIRL TO ASSIST IX
housework. Address "IS. J.," A cues office.
FOE RENT TWO 8 ROOM nofSES WITH
modern convenience, in desirable neigh rr
hood. Apply to E. W. llnrst.
FOR RENT OFFICE ROOM IN SKINNER
h'ock over M. & K's., with steam lieat; an
excellent location. Apply at M.i K's.
FOR SALE A OOOD FAMILY HORSE,
phaeton and name: also a Stcinway piano
in perfect order. Cull at 1SIU seventh a venae.
poMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL KINDS
J of foods bouubt and sold, disposed of either
at private gale or at auction. Harris Irvin,
1M1 Second arenne.
WANTED 7 HREE OOOD MEN TO TRAVEL
for an old-time lif.' icsuraice compaiy;
permanent position for a hnstler. Call or write
this week if. A. Fox, Kcator house. Moline.
WANTED -TO BIT FOR CA9IT SECOND
hand goads of erery description. Monty t .
loan ou cha'telp and all articles of value. Gods
Mured and sold on cr-ntmispiou. 1cave your or
der at 16!i Second avenue J. W. Jones.
AGENTS WANTED JOHN FRE1DLANDER
bis invented an entirely new tip for gas jets
that is an extraordinary ccono'niajr. makini;
double the light for the same amituut of n con
sumed. It i. a hummrr for accnts. Sella itself.
Apply to John Freidiander, '.he Harper.
IOST A FOLDING POCKETBOOK fX)N
t turning considerable money, between Krell k
Math's confectionery to Seventeenth street and
up seventeenth tre;t to E'hth avenue, about
:: to in p. m last nivht. Kinder will he liberal
ly rewardtd by return of sinc to This Aitut's
Men's Calf Shoes.
All the New Toes.
. Your money back
If you are not satisfied.
Desires to list property for sale,
and will look after and person
ally supervise renticg. etc., for
Loans a Specialty
Represents a reliable line of
high class insurance companies.
Room 2. Buford Block.
Seventeenth St. and Second Avenue.
of Base Burners
1615-1617 Secona Avenue.
Chocolate Drop !
How the girls
do love them!
We will let you
settle that, but
ARE "PAR EXCELLENCE!"
Be sure and get a box
of them soon! They're
line! We also carry a
superior line of French
Creams and Home Made
Candies! Let us con
clude by saying: Try a
cup of our Hot Coffee,
Tea or Chocolate.
KRELL & MATH'S
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Av.
Quality - Beauty -
New fall and winter styles of
To which we point with special pride, as they
so much value for so little money.
and it will pay you to
Largest and Finest Clothing Store in the county.
Until further notice our store will be open evenings till 9pm
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
These coolish days make one think of the cold winter
ahead and proper Underclothing for the changing
. season. Did you ever stop to think that it is wiser
to don heavier wear earlier and ward off a cold? Bet
ter suffer i little occasional 'extra, warmth than har
bor that general affliction a bad cold.
There are many good numbers, no many we hardly
know where to begin. Three specials for men's wear
deserve emphatic mention.
Men's Wear Heavy gray, wool mixed Shirts and
Drawers everywhere 50c. here 39c.
Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, the usual
9Sc value here 68c.
Heavy gray, all wool Under Garments, very soft,
fine pearl buttons, worth $1.33, price onlv 98c.
I.adl. ' Wear Daring thia tale yon can buy Lad it a' fobbed Vctta atd
Pantr, ta'jvily fleeced, ralne 3Sr. at only 25c.
EK.vntian eoitpn well fleeced Underwear, worth 48c, t i.
Extra Weight Vest and Pants, fctrjp'.ian cotton, bo per fleeced, at 9J,
retailed everywhere at Stic.
At 43c we offer Fleeced Garment! ontnitchable clgcwhere for tba
Tbe t'cahrinVable Luzerne Wear only Jl
Fine natural wool Ve.ia and Pants, silk dnlshcd, only 80c.
rteclal v.ili.cs in Union Suits.
Child-en's Wear Three splendid ralnet among a dozen.
Child's bearr, soft M-rina thirte aud Pants at c for 1. t ie Sc.
Fine enwl tamr. Mik flntrhed. pearl bniton. 8. & D. fttc for 18. rise 7c.
Wright's Health Underwear for Children, soft and fleecy at much les
than rsual asked prices.
Aid for Cuba
Is all right in its way, but we can aid you in
making your home attractive. The largest
line of Sideboards and Dining Room Tables
ever shown in any one store in this sect'on we
have now on exhibition. Also remember that
In the way of Carpets, we are showing the most complete line,
comprising all grades, and at prices that will astonish you. Three
piece Bed Room Sets from $12 up, and in fact any and everything
in our line at MUST-GO PRICES. Don't fail to bear in
Is the best time
Are the High Excellencies of the
M. & K.
to look at our immense
when it is comp'ete. The public knows a good
thing when it is shown, and hundreds are tak
ing advantage of it.
CLEMANN & SALZMAM;
Reliable Furniture at Reasonable Prices.
Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.
Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes:
never were more eleg3nt and never represented
It has always paid us to deal squarely,
deal with a square firm.
1729 Second Avenue 116 to 124 Eighteenth Street
Early importation orders placed long before the
tremendous advance in skins enables us to throw out
a lot of Royal Kid Glove Bargains which cannot be
September was Kid Glove month, everyone knows
that. We'll throw out enough price inducements to
make October selling do double duty.
There's a host of extra good things for this week.
Three items will emphasize what the department is
. .V" dorea Kid Gloves, very tine, snft skins, handsome peart
buttons. 3 row embroidered bark :n latent stjle. yea would think $1 !W
te,,X,e.nib,,ck.,,ri00 " ' ClorS' DlW d' "V"".
Lot 3-Klerant S-hnlton Mosqnctatre Scede GU.ves. ctrefnl'y selected
km, more durable than yon gen.ra:iv g.-t ;n tlra kind of a clove, II 87
la the n.u.lly wanted price, here. f r thia w,ek $1 u "
Lot s-Ladies pique street tthnrvs. wear forever a most, four pearl
buttons. Paris t omts, SI 75 the price elsewhere, l ere 1 tt
Better bny Holiday liloees at the prl-v. a glove buttoner tlren
away with each pair or gloves purchased this week.
Our Cloak lepartmcnt.
The phenomenal selling of our Cloak Department has exceeded all
expectatirns. Barly purchase mflielext we Uoaht for a large 1 art of
the season's easiness have melttd away at by mag c and we And onr
selvcs in urgent need of more garments These larve shipment e
pected early lu the week, will aeain prepare ua for all comers, "The
newest conceits In 4-but;on. 34-lrjch Jacket made of s ecant fancy
cloths. Persian Lamb. Boncles, ete For and Cloth Capes have also
moved rapidly and tbe choicest rarmenta are coire fast. I'rirea of all
Fare have advanced so heavily that wise people will buy now at the pres
ent low prices.
Dry Goods Co.
stock of parlor furniture
That are Made Right,
And at the Right Price.