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THE AltOTO, FHIDAY. AtGUOT 13 1837.
THEY ARE DISSOLVED
81 LENT SUMMONS COME.
Are wlut contribute la the largest measure to
the happiness o! every household. Nothing
makes things teem brighter than akaowledge
that though tines are hard the buying of groc
eries may be made comparatively easy. Every
housewife that buys of Shields knows that If
Market Quotations Go Down
.: The prices at that store become lower as a'
.natural result. Its this fact that makes trad iog
there desirable. "Your money's worth In all
you buy" means just what it says at Shields
Judge Gest Disposes of Master
in Chancery Woodmen
Fir&TEEK OSES AXE REFUSED.
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A constant changing of stock results in fresh,
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clean goods all the time.
2600 Fifth Aire.
Here at Home
YOU CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
THE well known product of ths CHICAGO BREW.
INQ COMPANY that has beoome m justly pop.
alar la boilding up the Mm. It it a concentrated
extract of seleot Malt sad Bop and gives almost
miraculous assistance to eoavaleeoents, Bursing
, mothers, eta.
The Chicago Brewing Co's. Bottled Beer
haa also made a reputation loritaalf aad can ba or.
dered from the local braaoh telephone 180$.
Judge Gest dissolved the master
in chancery Hoodmen iojanctions at
Cambridge this morning by sustain
ing the motion of the Woodmen to
dUsoive eacn. Jnis remores tne na
jnst meant by which the courts of
wnitesiae county nave Been a sea to
prevent the carrying out of the oft
expressed will of the order.
Before tne ruling or tne court was
made known, the Fulton obstruc
tionists this morning went before
Master in Chancery McPharraa at
Sterling and attempted their old
trick ol getting oat another
injunction before the pending one
was disposed of, but the master re
fused the application. Doubtless
this action was due to the admoni
tion given by Judge Gest to the
Whiteside people, when the argu
ments were made last week, which
was that the courts would not longer
be trifled with in the matter of su
perflnous masters' injunctions, and
that all subsequent ones would be
considered as a part of those consoli
dated and disposed of. The ruling
of Judge Gest thus swept awsy all
that was left the Fultomtes as a
means of thwarting the order'a pur
pose to come to Rock Island.
T t Utm the Trtp- rtj.
Realizing the damage to the order
that the suspense and delay in this
matter has wrought, the order and
the Kock Island people who have
cooperated with its officers, decided
this anernoon that prompt action
was necessary, and hence a special
train wat arranged for on the Bur
lington road, and it left for Fulton
with 300 men at 4 o'clock this after
noon for the purpose of bringing the
head cthces to Bock Island tonight.
The object of the expedition is not
to antagonize the niton people, but
merely to carry out the will of the
order, and knowing that the obsta
cles raised against which have been
remoTea oy the courts, unless un-
forseea difficulties are encountered
the Woodmen offices will be in Rock
Island sometime tonight, or by to
morrow morning, at the outside.
The various local industries
showed their patriotism to Rock Isl
and and their loyaty to the order in
affording every opportunity to their
men to aooompany the train.
As a matter of course, the position
Judge Gest has taken is received
with happiness on all hands, as it
comes as a source of relief after long
suffering and forbearance The fact
that a court of competent lurisdic
tion has effectually disposed of the
proceedings is hardly less gratifying
than the promptness with which that
conrt has acted.
After lingering between life aad
death for five weeks, Mrs. W. L. Lu-
dolph passed from earth at St. An
thony's hospital at aiao last evening.
All during the day the young hue-
Dana oi out. two mouths, the fath
er, aad titter of the laffemr
watched anxiously at the bedside.
The struggle had" been to brave, not
withstanding the serions nature of
the illness from the beginaiaar. that
up to the last hope belied fear ia the
prayer that the loved oaa might be
ine aeata ox Mrs. aaoipa is sur
rounded by circumstances peculiarly
ana distressingly sna. ner tnaiaen
name wat Miss Ida Lundy. She was
the daughter of James Lundy, of
kock vane v. lowa, wnere she wat
reared, her age being 24, and where
Juae 9 last she was joined ia mar
riaga to W. L. Ludolph. The cou
pie came at once to Rock Island
and began housekeeping at 1116
Third avenue. July 4. Mrs.
Ludolph was taken ill with
inflammation' of the bowels,
complicated with appendicitis aad
otner ailments, ana her condition
naa occasioned tne greatest appre-
nension since, sue was removed to
St. Anthony's hospital and every
meant of medical knowledge aad
skilled aursing employed, but she
sank gradually day by dty until the
end came. Apart from the great
sorrow that is visited upon Mr.
Ludolph ia blighting his highest
nappiness, tne wow is unusually
severe to the father whose wife died
six months ago. tor four yean
prior to her marriage Mrs. Ludolph
wat employed as stenographer in
the office of the Moline Plow com
pany, and while thus engaged she
formed the acquaintance of a large
number of people ia Rook Island and
Moline who share la the grief that
her untimely taking off haa occa
sioned. She was a woman of manv
loving traits, and she endeared her
self to all who met her. With her
husband she leaves a father, a
brother and a sister.
The funeral will be held at 2
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
A telegram received by County
Superintendent of Schools E. B. Mo-
Aeever convevs the sad announce
ment of the death at Barnesville,
Ohio, of his brother, . E. McKee-
Miss Grace Hsyet died at 5:30 yes
terday afternoon at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haves,
oi aouin neignts, aged is years ana
5 months. The fatal aliment was
consumption, from whioh the young
lady had long been a sufferer. Fun
eral services will be held at Trinity
church at 2 o'clock Sunday after
Three Cities Should Combine
in an Effort to 8ecure the .
AID TB TO ACT PCPTLT.
Sar Saak mm -aSMpiIss as tke etuis
MM Fin ms Immni a she
Nineteenth St. and First Ave."
Pellee tf sltaes.
Herman Hansen of this city, and
a young man giving the name of
Johnson, from Moline. were arrested
last night for bicycling without
lanterns. They will be tried later on,
The police have been notified to be
Ion the lookout for Thomas Gary.
agea 10, ana a woman, several veart
hit senior, who ran away together
Offioer Dumbald is sgaia at polioe
headquarters, after being confined to
ma home for several days from ill,
Ia respectfully Invited to the GRAND MILLINERY
It. -at H a malM.
William Harvey, a colored rousta-
oont on the steamer Sidney, wst
struok aoross the head with a club
by the captain of the night watch
while the boat u nnminr tn aril
DYnriEC L CO 'fi K Island from the north early
- . V W I ,L MAV-t-. A 1. O ! t
UIVIUIUK. A KB O 1UUUDI III
length wat inflicted in Harvey't
teal p. He went ashore at Davenport;
ana aiier naving nis wound band aged
came to this side and laid his
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wrctTT CTtrV .TillfC crfticcrmrc CV" iwbbuiob. "rveyor
ii i4 nuuu Jiivi, ojuiiuj a, w o ouuco i oi customs, out that gentleman told
nim ae naa bo power ia the prem
ises, and advised Harvey to go be
fore a united states commissioner or
a po ice magistrate. Harvey only
snows ait assailant at John.
Hata aad Bonnets, Millinery Novelties,
Watch for the tale.
Insurtnce and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell Lyada bng.
A GLANCE AT A SHOE
That cornea from oar stock
is sufficient to show that oar
goods are stylish aad well
made. We do not believe in
carrying a cheap article. It
woald aot pay at to tell it
it woald aot pay yoa to
buy it. Let as sell yon oaa
pair of oar shoes. We will
then have yoa for a regular
The arrest of Chtrles Strand, of
Molina, on complaint of Miaa Halda
Hedeen, resulted in a marriage ia
Polioe Magistrate Stafford's court
yesterday afternoon. The young
man at first showed a dispositioa to
fight the case to the bitter end, bat
after a consultation with his attor
neys, Meese Rank, he proceeded to
the court house, secured a marriage
license, and the magistrate did the
A Gnat e
Recardo will give a free perform
aaea at the Watch Tower Sunday,
I consisting of his daring 11 finer tra-
I peae act and his wonderful ladder
act, ia which he walks the ladder.
head dowa, while tuspeaded ia mid
air, aad finishes with his rapid de
scent for life. His wonderful one
foot toe swing oa the trapeze is the
most sensational aot before the pub
lic. Don't fail to see it
FRIENDS STAND BY HIM.
Claim Tut Hsb rj
Henry Bendt, of South Rock Island,
in jail at Davenport, charged with
being an accomplice of Mrs. Clans
Beherens in the alleged poisoning of
her husband, is a victim of perseou'
tion, so some of his friends claim,
Beadt was visited yesterday by his
attorney, Msi. Beardsley.
The major, of course, is confident
he will acquit his client, whom he
says is innocent of any participation
in the crime of whioh he is accused.
There it poison ia the air Paris
green everywhere and whea the
truth it known about the character
of Bendt, and when it it shown what
little filial regard he had for Mrs,
Behrens, he will be looked upon in a
different light from what he is bow,
bo the major prophesies. "The fact
of the matter is Mrs. Behrens was in
fatuated with Bendt," saya Mai.
Bi ardsley, "and would listen to noth
ing he would say when he would ad
vice her to return to her husband
He didn't want her in his home, bot
he couldn't get rid of her. His
neighbors scout at the idea that he
wanted to marry the woman, evea
csred for hr ia the least ia that re
gard. They do koow, however, that
he did all h could to get her to re
turn home aad stay, but this she
would not do. The woman was so
wrapped up in him, so noxious to
get rid of her husbsnd, that the wat
willing to go to any extreme to ac
eomplish her purpose and if Bendt
were to hang for this, she wonld
plead to die with him, so much is she
devoted to him evea bow."
Aa haa been said heretofore, the
tri-cltiet thoald act jointly ifaa
effort ia to be mada to eeonro for
Rock Island arsenal the armor plate
pians wnicn tne oronanoe depart
ment of the army proposes to estab
lish, aad for the locatioa of the eite
for which a special board haa been
created to make recommendations.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Roosevelt haa called the atteatioa of
the board to the advantages of the
west ior making armor plate, aad It
it aot at all improbable that the armor
plate plant may ba located some
where ia the Mississippi valley
Congressman Lorimer last spring
su omitted to congress a proposition
from a number of prominent busi
ness men ia Chioago, offering to give
the government tho land for a gov
ernmeat piaat to manufacture armor
plate. This latter proposltioa will
oe considered oy the Board aow tit-
ting, if the Chicago men are ready to
DaeMe Aeaateao H.re.
The advantages possessed by Rock
Island arsenal are superior to any
that Chicago or any other competing
piece can oner eitner witn an accom
panying rtonut or otherwise. Ia tho
first place the government in select
ing Kock Island arsenal need accept
no prouers in tne way oi laaa, eta.
as it has the property already here
together with the power, aad other
advaotagea well nnder way that it
would require much time to provide.
to tay nothing of tha expenditure of
money, eiaewnere. it teems reason
able therefore that it requires but
the orooer settine forth uf tha fu
tares of this locality to receive faror-
able actioa by the board. The pro
posed piant, ii constructed, win be a
very large one, the primary oat lay
for the plant itself being estimated
at aboat 92,000.000, and ltt annual
production of armor plate will prob-
aoiy no over ez.wu.wu. it would
employ men of a high grtde of skill
aad a great maay of them, and the
greater part of the money spent
wouia oe ior wages.
Some years tince, the Moline Dis
patch recalls, Judge French, of Dsv
enport, read a paper before the Dav
enport Business essoclatioa, setting
forth the advantages of Bock Island
for the erection of a great govern
mens piant ior manufacturing can
nons. The psper, it is argued, was
prepared at tne request of the asso
ciation, and was an exhaustive
view of the advantages of this point
ior tnat purpose, ine same reasons
that would have made it tha proper
place for that pur pse apply ia the
preeent case. The government haa a
sufficient amount of lsnd oa which to
build the plant. Iron, coal aad all
the naeded articles for making plate
can be had as cheaply here as at any
point in tne west, mere it a good
water power capable of large devel
opment, if more power ahoald be
needed. There ia a large body of in
teuigent workmen here and room
for many more. The railroad tacili
tlet are unsurpassed and with tha
completion of the Hennepla canal
there will be water transportation
both to the Gulf of Mexico anl to
the Atlantic seaboard,
These suggestions are all timely
and worthy, and the people of the
three cities should cooperate In the
endeavor looking to the accomplish
ment or tnat wniea is oi so great im
portance to the community. The
initiative should ba takea at once.
Caeoareta stimulate liver,
aad bowels Never sicken,
or grlpa: in aaata.
Bahaerib for Tn Aaatrs.
Tbb Abgcs it ia receipt of the fol
lowing note from Fay Bros., pub
lishers of the Clinton county Adver
tiser at Clinton, Iowa, relating to the
recent excursion of the carrier boys
to Black Hawk Watch Tower: Our
carrier boys appreciate very mnch
the liberal mention you made of their
excursion, and which we reproduced
The 6-mile boys' bicycle race at
Moline yesterday afternoon was wit
nessed by quite a large crowd. The
three first men in were Lea Wood
yatt, Moline. 1615; William Stele.
Moline, 16:10; Bert Dow, Davenport.
16:20. Woodyatt waa awarded first
ptixe.Steia tecoad.aad Dow third aad
time prizes. There were 18 starters.
the mist necessary article to have
with yoa (after yoar packet book) is
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It it
an absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of the bowels canted
by a change of water. Ton are
likely to need it. Sold by M. F.
Babeeea and T. H. Thomaa, drug
At Uw umirtrttr.
Prof. F. E. Peterson, who hat been
studying at Leipsio, Germany, since
1893. hss been engaged ae one of the
instructors at the Augnstaaa con
servatory of music, whioh begins its
next term Sept. 7. The old teachers
have all been retained. Hereafter
students of the conservatory will re
ceive instruction la psychology as
part oi tne coarse.
One sine smaller after using Allea'i
Foot-Ease, a powder to be aha
into tne shoes, it makes tight or
newshoea feel easy; gives instant
relief to corns aad bunlona. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
i;uret ana prevenii swoiiea feet.
blisters, callous aad tore spots.
Ai.en's root-base is a certain care
for sweating, hot aching feet. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 85
cents. Trial package free by mail.
Address. Alien a. (Jimsted, i Boy,
Aimisii lm . as.
List of letters uncalled for at the
at nun uun Aug i. wi.
Adams. Sarah LiadqnM Oust
Ande son. O. J. Lenrd Peary
Albreokt. Carrie MeCnrd. User
Adams. Lizz e MeD naid.Joba
Burcaat. Lol.ie fcf-Clellaad. jsea
Baker. M. O. Powell. EUzabath
Viewer Mrs. H. W. RoMasoa. Anamr
Green. I.. BehlaUemaa. Aa tat
Greer, Mrs Sjlrsa Ot-ma Med. Co.
Belstrom, A. A. feunlejr, Msod B.
Ramptoa. Utter Tacceoa. Ed
Kohl, Cland ,
Sraasson, Fetter Jonas.
Never hive we shown so 'tizt t line of
CHINESE AND JAPAH1SE
Qualities from the Cheapest to the
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION
Oa Aug. 17 and 18 tha CL, R. I. &
P. railway will sell roaad trip tick
eta to Indianapolis via Chicago at a
rata of 18.90. ,
A. J. Smith dS Son
Opposite Masonic Temple,
US aad ltt W. Third Street DAVEKPOKT
Tha high grade KNEE PANT SUITS
that have sold at $3 7ft. $z.M. fl.OO,
3 50. $4.00. 4 M. $1.60 aad t 00. 4fi
odd lots, aad aot all sixes, at.
Also KNEE PANTS, the ftOo, 86c.
70s aad 8fta goods, are aow
MOTHERS FRIEND" WAISTS ia
lanndried aad aalaaadrted ftOo aad
7fta waists at
No fun losing money so we offer these goods
without a smile.
SOmiERS & LaVELLE,
1804 Second A-enne. O
(fieo. Schneider ays:
Don't let yonr boy or girl go to school with an
old worn out pair of shoes, bat go to Schneider's
and get a good pair of school shoes, as
He is Offering Some Elegant
Bargains in School Shoes
Bjth for boys and girls, and frith every pair
he will present you with a beautiful tablet.
CENTRAL SHOR STORK,
1711 CSOOaV ATKNCR
Wo Can't Ploaoo Everyone
Bat wa do please M per aaat of a people who give
as their Umadfy to do the aeedf al with. Toa aUght
-., ba wJmC aat gat pltaatd alaawhare. Let as
Clt Prc3 b feci a Secret Cca.
Wa aly use Soap, Water. Starch. Masele, Good
Machinery aad Brains. Visit as whea yea alst.
Ii for aay raaaoa yoa left aa. doat be aahaaed to
mm back again Wa are aot proad.
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