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TLE AnOTJS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1899.
A Goad Bit ol Good
For a Little Bit 01 Cash
Is always to be had
At Shield's Cash
Are facts that
Ought to Interest
Giving away goods,
Them at prices
That arc fair
2GOO Fifth Aire
Spalding and B. G. L Golf
Agrippa and Musselburg balls. Dupli
cate whist boards. Boxing glove?, punching
bags and sweaters. Gymnasium supplies of all
kinds. Bicycles and sundries. Repairing of
We can repair anything from a nut-meg
to a clap of thunder.
1730 Second avenue and 202 Eighteenth street, Rock Island.
YOU ADMIRE IT.
The best room Is the liath room, if
the plumbing has boon proper! y d one.
You are sure to approve the work we
do for you. We take no chances,
leave noweakupots to break anil cause
trouble, allow no opportunity for bad
odors or sewer gas. Our plumbing
insures health to the household, as
well as comfort and satisfaction.
FOR THE KITCHEN.
The preparation of delicious and
nourishing dishes is made easy when
the kitchen conveniences are ample.
We have plenty of cooking spoons,
forks, soup ladles, etc., besides por
celain lined stewing and canning ket
tles, bread and cake pans to delight
Alien Mvers & CowmffF
Opposite Harper House. 1821 SECMD 1YI
ROB SLOT MACHINE.
Burglars Break Into Elmer Stroeh
le's Cigar Store on Third
HALF BLOCK FEOM POLICE STATION.
Enter by Prying- Oikd Ja Bnr Wlndaw
Carrying the Machine Into the Back
Yard aid Touching it for Its Contents,
About S8 Molinelt iet Into Trouble
Working Slugs for Nickels.
Burglars operated a half block from
police headquarters last night, break
ing into the cigar store or ivimer
Stroehle, 1621 Third avenue, and rob-
bing a slot machine of its contents,
about f s.
Entrance was effected through a
window iu the rear of the store. The
window was pried open. The robbers
were evidently alter nothing but
money. It is thought the slot ma
chine was lirst carried into the back
yard and broken open and rilled and
then returned to its place in the store.
Caught Working Slogs.
Adolph Altig, of Moline, started out
lastnighttogeteven withthe nickle-in-the-slol
machines. He liiled his pockets
with slugs and came to Kock Island.
He was working them in a machine at
Heder's saloon. Twentieth street and
Third avenue, when he was arretted
by Ollieer McCarthy. Altig has bteu
charged with disorderly conduct.
6TH OFFICERS' PICTURE.
WOODMEN HAVE A SMOKER.
Enjoyable Affair 'Arranged by Indepen
dence Camp No. 2G.
Independence camp. No. 26, M. W.
A., gave its first annual smoker at its
hall in the Carse building last night.
On invitation a number of members of
the three other camps were present
and a royal time was had by all. The
program arranged for the occasion
consisted of selections by Camp 26s
mandolin trio. S. K. Davis, A. A.
Burt and A. S. Burt; address of wel
'pome Vcncr-il.le Consul T. Stevpns:
I selection by the Camp's quartet, W.
K. Miller, 1. K. Malotey. 1 L. llart-
man and A. A. Burt; whistling imita
tions, II. A. Potter; club swinging,
S. K. Davis; vocal solo, Prof. E. T.
Pailbrook. Coffee, sandwiches and
fruit were served, after which cigars
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Taken Iiefore Dfparlure of Ureliutut
Cniui 1'orto ICU-o.
Maj. Lawrie, of Sterling, has re
ceived a picture of the field, staff and
line officers of the 6th Illinois volun
teer regiment which saw service iu
Porto Kico. The picture was taken a
year ago last September, just a few
days iiefore the regiment left the isl
and. It was taken by Aids, Kector
and Turner, of Chicago, who were
traveling iu the island iu the interest
of Chicago capitalists. They hap
jHjneil to reach Ponce just Iiefore the
regiment broke camp The pieture
iu the possession of Maj. Law l ie has
been enlarged from the original nega
tive. There are 50 officers in the reg
iment, but only 42 appear in the pic
ture, the remaining eight being sick
at the time it was taken.
The head camp committee oil laws,
John Sullivan, of Kansas City, Mo.,
E. A. Euright, of Kansas City. Kan.,
J. W. Houder, of Columbus, Neb., C.
G. Lay Ixnirne, of Minneapolis, and
TruiuHH Plant., uf Warsaw, appears in
group in tjiis week's issue of the Mod
The meeting of the officials of the
Modern Woodmen of America at Kock
Island Dec. 1 to 23, will be the lirst
meeting of the kind ever held.
Poor old Fulton, she fought the so
ciety to a tinish in the headijuarter's
removal case, was defeated at every
turn, and should now repent and be
good. Modern Woodman.
In the October issue of the Modern
Woodman Editor F. O. Van Galder
announces the removal of his office
from Svcamore, 111., to Kock Island.
Anna Fulsinger has begun suit for
divorce through her attorney, J. T.
Stafford. She charges her husband,
Charles Fulsinger, with cruelty.
The closing arguments are being
made this afternoon in the case of
Hichard Percy, on trial foi assault
with intent to kill.
The Winona was in and out on her
The stage of water at the Kock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. ni. was 2.30 and
at noon it was 2.35. The temperature
at noon was 5 1.
Boats down were the Pilot. Duke
anil Lone Star; up, the J.'W. and
Lydia Van Sant. Wanderer, Kuth,
Duke, Luniberboy, B. Hershey and
"Kiprrlence Is the Itest Teacher."
We must Ihj willing to learn from
the experience of other eople. Every
testimonial in favor of Hood's Sarsa
parilla is the voice of experience to
you, ana it is your itutv, it your
blooil is impure anil vour health fail
ing, to take this medicine. You have
every reason to expect that it will do
for you what it has done for others.
It is the best medicine money cau
Hood' Pills are non-irritating, mild,
Academy of the Visitation, conduct
ed by the sisters of the Visitation,
293'J Fifth avenue. Bock Island. The
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of the new academy
will lj opened Monday, Sept. 1.
Superior advantages in music, art,
elocution, physical culture and the
It May Save Tour Life.
A dose or two of Foley's Honey and
Tar will prevent an attack ef pneumo
nia, grip or severe cold if taken in
time. Cures coughs, colds, croup,
la grippe, hoarseness, difficult breath
ing, whooping cough, incipient con
sumption, asthma or bronchitis. Gives!
positive relief in advanced stages of;
consumption, asintna or oroncnuis
Mrs. A. Kough is visiting in Brook
V. Dauber and J. G. Junge arc in
W. A. Mever left last night for his
home at Somanauk, III.
Hon. E. W. Hurst returned today
from his South Dakota trip.
Leon Conover leaves tonight for
Colorado for the benefit of his health.
Mrs. J. B. Hill and Mrs. J. W. Law
head have returned from their visit to
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Huntoon de
parted today for Peoria, where they
will reside in the future.
Mrs. S. E. Walters am! sisters.
Misses Anna and Catherine Barron,
left today for Freeport for future res
idence. The present confirmation class of
Grace Eoglish Lutheran church is to
entertain at the parsonage of the
church tomorrow evening.
Supt. K. G. Young is attending a
meeting of the Northern Illinois
Teachers' association at De Kalb. He
is to take part in the program.
Mrs. H. S. Camplxdl and son. ller
bert. of Boone. Iowa, are visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. XV. W.
Breckinridge, on Seventeenth street.
Julia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.
V. Eckhart. Jr., was happily surprised
yesterday afternoon by a number of
her little friends, in honor ot her 11th
birthday, at her home, M13 Eleventh
street. The young hostess was the
recipient of a number of line presents.
FORM A PACKET COMPANY.
Youngs launch New Enterprise at Clin
The Columbia Packet company has
been incorporated at Clinton, Iowa.
The articles state the company shall
own ami operate boats on the Missis
sippi and its tributaries between Min
neapolis and the Gulf of Mexico. The
capital stock is $30,000. William J.
Young. Jr., is president of the com
pany, Edward A. Young vice presi
dent, and Cortland II. Young secretary
Division Supt. L. W. Berry, of the
BaiTmgton, is the city today.
W. V. Winton. division freight and
passenger agent of the Milwaukee,
was in the city last night.
A consignment of railroad ties were
shipped from this city to D.ivenport
today over the Crescent bridge. A
Burlington eugine pulled the train.
Edward Corken, for some time mes
senger at the Kock Island & Peoria
ollice, has leen promoted to a position
in the auditing department. Kobert
Anld is to be transferred from the
Davenport freight ollice and is to lc
made messenger and clerk in the
Carter Wins Touruey.
Eugene drier played an excellent
game of 3-cushiou caroms at Chicago
last night against Billy Catton, and
won by a score of 25 to 13. This
game ended the tournament, making
Carter the winner. Carter was in
good form, and from the 11th to 20th
innings made an average of more than
Licensed to Weil.
Charles 7.ule Sherrard
Miss Anna Aiitfiies Sberr:ircl
I'hilip I-'. Solierer South Knelt Island
Misx Murv Catharine Juhl Rock IsI.iikI
Thom:is P:ers.ill Tip im. Iowa
Mits Matilda Virth Tuilon, Iowa
1:iur K. Hiomherir . K.x'kionl
Miss Mir? liUi.-ies I.a I'mirie. HI.
l.utfw!jr J. KorMunil Moline
Mfs Kmmt llorothv r rederickon Mollnf
Frederick W. Keltich ..Kock lsl:nd
Mi-w Mary IlouVU Moline
i lima J. '. Ilaoscn Moline
Mii Anna A. John-son Kock Island
Harry K t ikin Cbii'ui'o
Miss IsaDe! a M. I'Citil Itocit ilaul
Bsantlws IM t:cd Ya Ham ktnn tega
The Central I'nion Telephone com
pany asks bids for the old brick house
at 224 Nineteenth street, to be re
moved from the premises at once. Ad-
dress N. B. Kokekts, Manajrer.
A Thoiisaud TunzaM
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard
street, Philadelphia. Pa., when she
found that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption had completely cured
her of a hacking cough that for manv
years had made life a burden. Afl
other remedies ami doctors could give
her no help, but she says of this royal
cure: It soon removed the pain iu
my chest and I can now sleep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember
doing lfore. I feel like'sounding its
praises throughout the universe.'" So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50 cents
and f 1. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store; every bottle
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head,
aches; 10, 25 and 50 cent. Beiaa'
Pinkertons, Investigating North
western Holdup, Visit
SUSPECT A FORMER RESIDENT.
Man Who Worked for C . K. I. & 1. Rail
way Company llcllevetl to Have lieen a
Leading Member of the Uaiine; (lanr
Slentbs Close on to His Trail-Consult
Tinkerton detectives investigating
the Northwestern train robbery at
Maple Grove, 111., were iu Kock Island
the present week, looking up a man
who formerly liveil) here and worked
for the C, K. I. & P. railway company.
and who is under suspicion as one of
the leading members of the gang that
committed the daring job.
The detectives consulted the local
authorities, and expressed the wish
that nothing be said of their visit
here, slipping away as quietly as they
came. They are pretty well convinced
that the holdup was planned uyau ex
perieuced railroader and claim to be
iu possession of information that jus
tilies the arrest of the former Rock
Islander. Who the suspect is cannot
be ascertained, but the sleuths believe
thev will have him in the toils before
The robliery at Maple Grove was
one of the loldcst iu the history of
the west. Thousands of dollars were
secured, just how much will probably
never be known. The country has
been scoured iu search of the perpe
trators of the crime. One of the
latest clews led the detectives to
Woodstock, 111., on the trail of a
farmer naiuid Kiley. a copy of the
Woodstock Plaindealer addressed to
him having been found at a lunch
counter near the scene of the robbery
He was absent from his home on the
night of the holdup. He afterward
returned, but was away when the de
tectives called at his home.
The Official I'roreeiliuss of Yesterday's
Special Council Meet Inc.
City Council Koom, Kock Island,
Oct. 2.r, The council met in
special session at 3 o'clock p. m.,
Mavor MeCemochie presiding and all
the nlderiueu present. The clerk read
the call for the meeting, as follows:
Kock Island. Oct. 2... 18'.'J II C.
Scha tTer, Citv Cleik Dear sir: You
will please call a special meeting of
the city council of the city of ltocx
Island, to be held on the 25th day of
October, lb'J'i, at 3 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of inspecting the forty
fourth street improvement and sewer
pipe for 1 vventy-'-eeond street. By
William Mi 'Com -ii ik. Mayor.
Aid. Winter moved that the council
take a recess to inspect the Forty-
fourth street improvement. Carried.
On reassembling. Aid. Wheelan
moved that the mayor and sewer som
mittee be instructed to proceed to put
in a sewer on Tweuty-seeond street
south to 1 welfta avenue. Aaopteu.
Aid. Wheelan moved that the Forty
fourth street improvement be accept
ed. Carried, 12 to 2 (Soderstrom and
Aid. Wheelan moved that the mayor
and city clerk lie authorized to make
a settlement with the contractors for
the Forty-fourth street improvement.
Carried, 12 to 2 (Soderstrom and Law
head). Aid. Johnson offered a resolution
inssructing the superintendent of
streets to put in a tile iiraiu to carry
oil overflow water from Black Hawk
Aid. Lawhead offered a resolution
that the Bridge and Terminal compa
ny be required to lower their tracks
on Forty-fourth sticet and Third ave
nue to conform to the established
grade, also to replace all dirt taken
from Third avenue. Adopted.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Con
cannon. H. C. S H4FKKK,
A Krljchtrul Itlunder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
scald, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
salve, the lnsst in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
old sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns.
all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 cents a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by Hart. & Ulle
tirln-4t ItrlnKS Kelief
To the coffee drinker. Coffee drink
ing is a habit that is universally in
dulged in and almost as universally
injurious. Have you tried Grain-O?
It is almost like coffee, but the effects
are just the opposite. Coffee upsets
the stomach, ruins the digestion, af
fects the heart and disturbs the whole
nervous system. Grain-O tones up
the stomach, aids digestion and
strengthens the nerves. There is
nothing but nourishment in Grain-O.
It can't le otherwise. 15 and 25 cents
The dining room of the Mrs. Clark
co:npany, 151-153 Wabash avenue,
Chicago, is the best appointed and
most modern restaurant in the city.
It has been recently refitted, improved
and enlarged and has an elaborate
menu at moderate prices. It caters
to those who demand the lest. The
restaurant for men only, on the sev
enth floor of the association building.
153 La Salle street, is also run by this
oompany and is equally inviting and
Subscribe for Thx Aaari
IN ADAMS' FAMOUS 33. 50 MEN'S SHOES
For value there is nothing that will equal
them. See them before buying. Of
course we have also good values in our
$2.50 and $3.00 goods. Yours for good
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings.
Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue, Rock Island.
BOYS' SUITS $5.00.
Sizes 3 to 16.
We have hundreds of suits at lower
prices, some at $2 a suit and excellent
value at that, but the suits that we are
advertising at $5 are more value for
this price than we ever before heard of.
These Fabrics are Absolutely Pare
The styles in sumo of the smaller
sizes, 3 to 10, are beautiful in design
and combination of trimming. The
larger sizes are of course made with
plain double breasted jackets. All of
them arc sewn with practically unbreak
able heavy silk and every exposed point
is strongly reinforced.
All the profit that is made on these
suits the purchasers will have, for
neither the manufacturers nor our
selves make enough to count. This
is one of our efforts to give mothers
and guardians unmalchable value.
SOMMERS & LaVELLE.
1804 Second Avenue
The Old Fashioned Pumps
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street.
Hard Coal Stoves, $5.00
Oak Stoves, $7.00
Cook Stoves, $10 00
Steel Ranges, $25.00
Guns and Ammunition.
303 Twentieth Strest,