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THIS ABQUB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 1005.
15 THE LARGEST PIECE OF
GOODTobacco Sold For
State Savings Bank,
Molixk, III., Offlca Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
forls tb slciine tsavWfa Bask
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4 Per Cant Interest
Paid on Deposits
Orfuilmwl under aula La.
0ra from a. a. to t p. m., and
tasdneeiief aadteiardaa aliU from
reirn Parana, - President
Iliaaa Daauae, Vice President
C V Bunfit, - Casaler
font a da main, Hnua TJsaLnia,
B II Amswoara, Oso 11 lowaaos,
O F Uaaaawar, C A Ross,
C Auwwoarn, W O Adams.
W W Weixa.
Huoolnrj d Hoeft
Representing idod; other time-tried
and well known Fire Insnrance Com
paniea the following:
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..Haw Haven, Cots
(HW Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Arenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
HAYES aY CLEAVELANO,
Bsprssenting OTer Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO. ACCI
DENT. MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
OSes Baafdi.a'e Mock. Rock Island, U
Becara aar reiet they will Interest joe.
J. M. BUFORD.
General a .
TaeaM Ftxa aa4 Tlme-trlas Ohhiii-w
Losses ProaptlT Fail.
tales as Jew ea aar raHaate aeaapaaT aa affeta
Yea. Pauaaaaa m aelktaas.
II 6. IcDiVITI
318 Brady Street.
The Boston Dental Parlors have
generously presented to the
people of Rock Island 2.000
cards, which, on presentation
at their oflice, are received as
a credit of f 1 on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and show
them how cheaply good work
can be done.
WE EXTRACT MI IITHOOT Pill
And Guarantee all work. Crown
and Bridge work a specialty.
Sec Our Prices.
Sllrer Filling. 90 casta and up
Gold Filling .$1 and op
Gold Crowns. 5
8et of Teeth s
test art of teeth ...is
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come and aee ns. We can aar joa money,
Open Bandars for extracting from 9 to 10 a. a
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over Winecke'a Tailor shop.
SIS Bradr rtrret .... DJVKNPORT. IA
Mrs. Dr. Bergman can only be
seen until next Thursday even
ing, Nov. 7, at Hotel 'Downs.
After that date her address will
be: Swedish Healing Institute.
113 Kinsman St., Cleveland, O.
Everyone wishing her wonderful
Can call on Mrs. John Pears, 732
Thirteenth St., or Mrs. E. Nel
son. 1310 Twelfth St., Moline.
They gladly order for anyone
Dr. Ctarlottee Bergman Dear lady: 1 am
sorry I cwio: be at roar lector, in Malice, but
too cb read tbla ratter to the people, eo they caa
aee what J oar electro-magaetic appliaaete bare
dona for myself and l'a. When" I went to yon
I raa all availed ap from ay atomach to my
chut. Sly toga war. alto swollen. I area la a
had enodittoa for two years. I bare ated your
a leetromagoetlc appliances only 10 days aad the
awallmg hat all gone doaa. both in my atomach
aad kg, ana 1 feel better than I have been for
r. My wife baa also been asttg yoar batter
lea and eke l mnch better. Anyone calling on
me after a o'clock a the cvenicg I will cheerfully
tell them what yonr ekelo-magaatic sppUaacca
hare done for me.
inrn. Vskatse ass Wira.
S4 Syhraa avenue, Davenport.
Dr. Bailey, consulting phrsiclaa.
SYSTEM AT FAULT:
Some Reflections on the Situa
tion in Turkey.
SO CHANGE FOR TEE BETTER NOTED
Sew Cabinet Not Looked Fpoai with Favor
by the Power. Caee Not One of Men, bat
mt Syntena Whole Government Needs
Rerolntiouizlna; Before Amy Improve
ment Caa Be Eapected In Fact the Sab
llme Porto Most be Annihilated.
CossTAsnsoPLE, Nov. v. There is no
shange for the better in the political situ
ation here unless it rests on the fact that
the Ottoman bank has advanced the
Turkish government the sum of f 1,500,
Ooo, which will enable the new minister
af flnaiii-e, Sabri Pasha, to provide for
the most pressing needs of the govern
ment. The latter, it would seem, consists
In fitting out the army reserve just
called out in tne porte's attempt to make
some show of trying to restore order in
Armenia. But there are ao man other
demands upon the Turkish treasury at
the present moment that the money just
advanced will not go a long way, even If
It waa put to legitimate uses, which is
not likely to be the case.
Important Developments Expected.
In the best informed circles here the sit
uation is regarded as decidedly critical,
and important developments are expected
within a short time. The ambassadors of
the powers do not regard the new Turkish
ministry with favor; it is not expected to
a-at long, and It la not thought that it will
be able to do anything worth mentioning
cowaras clearing the political atmosphere.
The rumors of palace conspiracies "which
have been in circulation for months past
sontinue to be bruited about. The name
3f the deposed sultan, Mohammed Murad,
removed from the throne because he was
alleged to be suffering from idiocy, is once
more mentioned as being a likely caudi
date for the throne.
It's the System That's at Fault.
There are many people who believe tho
deposed sultan is quite as sane as the pres
ent ruler of the Ottoman empire. Abdul
Mcdjid. Then, of course, the name of the
heir apparent, Mohammed Reshed. is
heard mentioned as likely to shortly suc
ceed his uncle, the present sultan: but
that report has been in circulation for
months past. The difficulty does not rest
in Individuals; one sultnn is about as bad
or good as another. It is the system of
government in the Turkish empire which
is to Diame lor all the trouble, and until
there is a decided change in this direction
there will be no improvement in the con
dition of the Armenians or of the Turks.
Only a Case or Exile.
The appointment of the ex-srrand Vizier.
Kiamil Pasha, decidedly a well-meaning:
man, as vail of Aleppo, is regarded here
as being onlv another way of sending him
into exile. He may not be actually ex
iled, but he will not be allowed to return
from Aleppo until it suits the porto. He is
charged with many things, but the sum
and substance of it seems to be that he
has been made a scapegoat for the Bins
and lack of mercy of others. The sultan
had to do do something, so he changed his
grana vizier and turned over his cabinet.
He may have gained some time by so do
ing, but that seems to be about all.
Thousands of Armenian Bate he red.
In addition to the exile of Kiamil Pasha
to Aleppo it is reported that a number of
high personages have been exiled to Ana
tolia, but it is difficult to get at the
truth in such matters, aa people reported
"exiled ' sometimes find their way to
the bottom of the Bosphorous. Further
private reports received hero from Dior
beklr estimate the number of Armenian
victims of the recent massacres at 5,000. It
is believed that this number is in excels of
the actual total of those killed, but there
seems to be no doubt that the victims are
numbered by the thousands.
WEATHER CHECKS THE DEMAND.
Too Mild Thla Week for Seasonable Trade
Outlool: Promising", However.
JEW York, Nov. 9. Bradstrcct's says:
The interruption to general trade through
out the country incident to election has
been emphasized by unusually mild
weather, which checks demand for cloth
ing, heavyweight textiles, and other sea
sonable goods. Except for iron, steel, and
cotton, tne larger portion of advances in
prices of commodities reported since March
last has disappeared. Earlier anticipations
oi cominueu aavances in prices and de
mand this year, the outsrowth of the activ.
ity of two and three months ago, have met
But there is little reason for the reaction
in sentiment by many who discuss busi
ness conditions. Every wave of increased
demand since the tide began to rise In
March has resulted in net gain. Tho sen
timent of traders generally is that the out
look promises an activo spring trade, and
that the holiday season will prove satis
factory. Business failures throughout the
United States this week aggregate 260,
against last week. In the week a year
ago there were 241, and two years ago 333.
There are 89 business failures reported
from the Canadian Dominion, against 43
last week, and 40 in the week last year.
Has Forgotten All His Linee.
Xew York, Nov. 9. One of the foremost
players has suffered a peculiar effect from
his recent severe illness. Richard Mans
field, who la still at Lakewood, X. J., re-
cupemungirom ma severe attack of ty-
phoid fever, is now virtually well again. ' n tfte suffrage article the clause stricken
He has just made a startling discovery, j out providing for .bi-partisan election
however. It is that he has forgotten the boards, but the convention, by a vote of 75
lines of all the plays In his repertory. In ' 6L- refused to divide control of the elec
cvery other respect Mr. Mansfield feels re-' tion machinery.
ruarkably alert mentally, but it is a pe
culiar mult of his recent illness that his
leading roles have passed
oi his memory.
Posson la a Social Lunch.
Greex Bay, Wis., Nov. . A dozen or
more society ladies are severely ill as the
result of something contained in a lunch
rcn served at a meontinn ! k tmm I
! Frank Vanderzee and Mrs. C. O. Gam '
The condition of none, however, is critical. '
Chicago Gees to Visit ..
Chicago, Nov. 6. Fifty car-loads of Chi
cagoans left last night on their way to At
lanta. There were over 1,200 Chicagoans
ia the excursion, including a large num
ber of the First regiment LN. G. ' They
go to visit the exposition. j
r.imsl aad Hi. wife eTflUd j
J axesvillk. Wis., Nov. U. Ed ward Lay,
a prosperous farmer, and his wife were
Instantly killdd when their runaway team
ran into a trolley car last night. I bey
lsav a family of serea children.
' NO STRIKE ON HILL'S ROAD.
Debs Sara That Memo Has Been Declared
Tremble Only Loral.
Milwatjkse, Nov. According to Eu
gene . Debs, president of the American
Bail way Union, who is now confined in
taa Woodstock, Ills,, jail, no atxike has
been deolared on the Great Northern sys
tem, and none is likely to be declared.
This statement is contained in a personal
letter from Debs, written in Woodstock
jail Thursday night, and received by a
prominent member of the order In this
eity. The letter is in reply to an ' inquiry
regarding the status of matters on the
Great Northern. Debs writes that the
Milwaukee members may feel no concern
as to the trouble on the Great Northern
"Brother Keliher." he writes, "advises
me that no strike has been declared and
that none is likely to be declared. There
has been local trouble at three or four
points, but nothing of a general character
in which the A. R. U. is involved. There
could bo no strike unless authorized by
the men themselves, and this has not been
MRS. GOUQAR'S LIBEL SUIT.
Representative Morse Tells Where He Go
flts Information About the Lady.
. Boston, Nov. 9. The presentation of
evidence in the Gougar-Morse libel case on
trial in the United States circuit court has
been concluded. Congressman Morse, the
defendant, was the principal witness. He
testified that he knew Mrs. Gougar aa a
person of much ability and command of
language, but understood that she had the
reputation of being personal, vindictive
and aDuslve in public speech.
He also testified that both Senator Mc-
Pherson, of New Jersey, and Elijah Hal-
lora, Tesldent Harrison s nrivate secre
tary, had informed him that Mrs. Gougar
naa received money from both political
parties for her services as a campaign
speaker. He said he bad also received
similar information from various mem
bers of congress. Morse emphatically de
uled that he had any malice when he wrote
the letter which contains the alleged libel,
A soldier of fortune," applied to the
THIRTY-SEVEN DEAD THE TOTAL.
East Body Recovered from the Detroit
Ruins Engineer Thompson Arrested.
Detroit, Mich., Xov. 9. The dead body
of James B. Thomas, a machinist, has
been taken from the ruins of the Journal
building. This Is the thirty-seventh body
recovered, and according to the list of
missing was the last body left in the
wreck. Thomas M. Thompson, engineer
oi tne building, was arrested yesterday
afternoon, and is at Grace hospital under
Daughters of the Confederacy.
atlata, 2ov. . The band or women
known as the "Daughters of the Revolu
tlon" is to have a rival in the "Daughters
of the Confederacy," the first national
gathering of the latter organization be
ing in progress in this city. The new so
ciety was organized a few months aoo at
Nashville. It is expected that before many
uionms inousanus or women in tne soutn
win He enrol lea and xorm a mighty army
far outnumbering the membership of the
Daughters of the Revolution. The pri
mary object of the society Is the erection of
monuments and the dedication of memo
rial tablets to the heroes of the Confed
eracy. Miners Defeated la Arbitration.
Colcmbcs, O., Nov. 9. Judge Little, of
1 Xenia, who was chosen to arbitrate tho
basis of wages for mining in Ohio, has
found In favor of the operators. The min
ing scale in Ohio Is determined by the pre
vailing rate in western Pennsylvania.
The miners claimed that 09 cents was the
prevailing rate and the operators that it
was 04 cents. It was shown that seven
ninths of the coal produced in western
Pennsylvania was mined at 64 cents, and
Judge Little held that to be the prevailing
rate. Only the operators having their own
stores pay w cents In western Pennsyl
vania. Suicide of a Michigan Man.
Washixgtos, Nov. 9. W. H. Collier, a
well-dressed man apparently of some
means, who came here recently from San
Francisco, shot and killed himself in a
state-room on the steamer Norfolk. The
suicide's connections are believed to reside
in Michigan, as there was evidence that
he had, on several occasions, sent money
Mrs. Hattie Collier, of Fife Lake, in that
Important Missionary Meeting.
New York, Nov. 9. One of the mos
important foreign missionary movements
ever Inaugurated in this country will be
gin in this city tomorrow in behalf of the
foreign missions of the Presbyterian
church. .The presiding officer will proba
bly ba ex-Prcsident Benjamin Harrison,
and the speakers will Include John W,
Foster, ex-secretary of state.
Creditors Get 100 Per Cent.
Omaha, Nov. 9. The 1100,000 dry goods
stock of the Falconer Dry Goods company,
which closed its doors last week, has been
purchased by Kilpatrick, Keen & Co.,
wholesalers. They will conduct the store
permanently as a retail house. The stock
brought $80,000, and all creditots are paid
dollar for dollar.
None but Democrats oa Guard.
Columbia, & a, Xov. v. In the consti
tutional convention last night Tillman
made a great effort to have relncomorated
Altgeld Proclaima Thanksgiving.
Springfield, -., Nov. . Governor
Altgeld has issued his proclamation call
ing upon all citizens to properly observe
Thanksgiving day, and naming Thurs
day, Nov. 28, as the time fur general
thanksgiving, and proclaiming it a legal
holiday throughout the state.
Alleged Jnry Briber Fomad Guilty.
Carbollton", Mo., Nov. 9. The jury ia
the case of J. S. Williams, charged with
trying to bribe Charles Dickineon, one of
the talesmen at the first trial of the Taylor
murder oaac, has rendered a verdict at
guilty, and wssesatd the punishment at a
fine of 1600.
' More toning Matches Arraafad.
Acstut, Nov. 9. New sculling matrhra
have been arranged here as follows:
Bubear ts. Han lan, championship of En
gland. $500 a side, Nov. W; Jake Gaudaur
and Rogers vs. Bubear and Barry, cham-
pusnsiup m ut world, lour miles, u,00U,
sr. or. n.
WHAT FOLKS SAY.
Do They Know What They
Have Kidneys For.
If They Don't, They Know at Least
When They are Sick, and They '
Know. When They are
Cured, What Has
See if the Following Applies
Do you kmw what yonr kidneys
They are for iilterinr and purify
ing yonr blood.
Do you suffer from pains in your
back and sides, sleeplessness, "ner
vousness, puffiqess of your eyelids,
swelling of yonr feet and ankles?
If you do. it is because your kid
neys are not purifying your blood.
Bad blood is like bad water. It is
But it is made in your body every
minute. It is made from the waste
that goes on in your body.
Whenever you move or think you
wear out some part of the matter
which makes op yonr body or brain.
This wate matter is of no further
use. It is like kitchen garbage. It
mnst be thrown away.
Your blood puts new matter in its
place and carries the waste to your
Your kidneys filter it out of your
blood and throw it out of your body.
, This is what your kidneys are for.
This is why Dr. Hobb's Sparagus
Kidney Pills will cure blood troubles
and Kidney troubles. Because they
make the kidneys iilter the blood.
Here is a letter from a prominent
gentlamon of Boston. He says:
Boston-. Aug. 9, '9.".
Hobb's Medicine Company. Chi
cago, 111. Gentlemen: It is with
great pleasure that I recommend the
wonderful medicinal properties of
your excellent remedy. 1 have for
years been a great sufferer from
acute kidney troubles, and have tried
every known medicine without any
Through the advice of a physician
I was induced to trv Hobb's "Spara-
gus Kidney Pills, and after using the
ursc uox i was convinced I had at
last found a permanent cure.
I am now perfectly well and two
boxes of Hobb's bparagus Kidney
Pills is what did it. It would be
impossible for me to say too much
in their praise.
Very truly yonr,
Ja'mks II. Lynch,
Xo. 26 Irving struct.
Blood troubles don't mean skin
They may mean rheuiuali.'m, gout,
an. mi a. chlorisis, pale, bloodless
complexion, lack of ambition, head
ache, dizziness, hysteria, neuralgia,
These diseases are not generally
called blood diseases, but they are
blood diseases all the same.
Thev are, because they arc canoed
by a poison in the blood which the
kidneys don't properly liller.
The proof of it is that as soon as
the kidneys begin to filter the blood
all these. diseases disappear.
And the best way to cjre the kid
neys and make them do their work
of filtering the blood is to take Dr.
Hnbb's Sparagus Kidney Pills.
There is nothing harmful about
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills.
Nothing but pure vegetable healing
and tonic herbs and roots.
They are recommended by physi
cians and specialists who have tested
them and found out their great cura
tive powers, and thousands of peo
ple who have been cured by Dr.
Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills, after
they had given np all hope, will
always continue to sing their praises.
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills
are for sale by all druggists, or will
be sent prepai 1 to any address for 50
cents per box.
Valuable pamphlet, "A Filter For
Yonr Blood." free on request. Hobb'a
Medicine company, Chicago or San
300 DOSES 01.00.
Is a remedy of great
strength and merit.
S to 5 Crops orre a da la the
doe IflO loes fcr 1, or S lare
Cotes sll pain slmo t iatiar.tv).
f atf action furnted. Can
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penels, Bsclaclio. Oaten, feep.es-Ker-r
iitiis. eroie and MenralehV Headache.
Heart weski a, -haunt at tsm. oamples l rente
by mall Write for circulars today. Uiznest
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167 Dearborn street - - Chicago.
Alio owners f the
11.000.000 rheumatic ccke.'h
ros7ro nrs ssora
Eacire t. so bits. cnnr
Pa. rmtA. Wiepk SUrhtly brirV
tWiraM i.mtnTiom. tout in l4 ol lAaaVfl
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-mJi.t ill, is. otlMt itmftdliati
is peering in vour bin, und you
permit it A oewking stove that has
to he overfed to he coaxed to cook
at all, and dumps it's coal without
digesting it is a downright robber.
saves food and fuel enourfi in tun vir
for itself. All parts unbreakable t i ?:1 aad mnl lt
aWo iron. It's hent can't escape. A quirk and
even baker. You can kirn all about the Majestic
Cooking Range at our store.
The Majestic is Such a saver that It
pays to discard a cast iron stove for one.
H SIEMON Sc SON, Asront.
1515 Second Avenue. - . . , ROCK ISLAND. II I..
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT Tfl
13 THE PROPER THING
Physicians recommend bicycling. Dame
. Fashion says it is "good form."" Two
new models for women's use in
Model tt Columbia
Model 42 Columbia has been especially designed
for the many ladies who prefer to wear knicker
bockers rather than cumbersome skirts.
. Ladies' wheels also in Hartford Bicycles at lower
pricesISO, $60, 50.
Frew mt mmy
by mail for
MshSflsdswmw paper atolls, showing ladies' blryrleeoatumaabr
noted designers, will he mailed far live s-ccnt stamjis.
DISEASES OF EYE. KAU. NOSE. THROAT. I.UXGS.
STOMACH. SKIM AND BLOOD. KLTTUBK
CUBED WITHOUT USE OF KNIFE.
Dr. Joseph A. Daniel.
McCullough Building, 1 24 West Third Street,
9 a. m. to 13 m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Evenings, Wednesdays
and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. lu. Sundays, 2 to i p. m.
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