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THE AEGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1899.
Ninth Anniversary Sale in
Souvenirs iren away with each purchase of leather ;ootls from
f,ne dollar up. l?cau"tiful ehinaware, inclului;r ILtvilaml in plates,
cups ami saucers, lie thankful that in .-pite of the a. Ivan re in
h athf-r we are still doinjr business at the o!d shoe priced, but the
style are strictlv up-to-date. Do not miss this rare oiler, commen-c-in
Nov. 201 h and ending at lO-.-iO p. ui. Saturday niht. Nov.
307 Twentieth Street.
can be enjoyed at any time
from our rieli and exquisite
PASTER Y or FANCY KAK
Krell & Hath
have the reputation of serv
ing the finest HOT COFFEE.
CHOCOLATE OK TEA in
their parlor, and on
they take the lead by serv
ing the best New York stock.
AVe prepare oysters in the
most tempting manner and
a treat on them is to le re
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Call for KREM. & MATH'S
bread. Your grocer Las it.
One hundred boxes of
Magic Leaf Cigars, lifty
cigars to the box and
good as most folks sell
for Zc, at only
ONE DOLLAR PER
Crab them quick. They
are a bargaiu.
1706 Second Avenue.
jj New Goods,
AT THE NEW STORK
F. J. Dickman Sc. Co.
Will have a holiday
display that will cer
tainly appeal to your
KEEP US IN MIND,
ALL WORK POSITIVELY
Open Wednesday and Saturday Kt cuius.
The Richness of
ioc straight and 3
for 25c, at the
Palace cigar store
and all ood deal
ers. AN APPEALTO SENSE
All Kinds of Scents.
If you h;iv? trood sense you will invent
Born of jttur MiTS in u llioat" pr
fume tur vnurown use, or for thnt or
your f.tn.rv. NotMtiu' !i's i-nt.' s i-li-t'iiiett
s pl-jinly a-, hi- houtr it-r-furziiTy
ve e ;t lar-'t-stocl; of ex
tr;lts :iwl suclu't povdtrs. which It Is
;i I'I jbi.h' t s!;ow. knowing we cun
pif as you.
Bahnsen's Drug Store.
Corner -Uh Avon no anl 20th street.
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
Six popular and instructive
entertainments for the unu
sual small sum of f 1.
Season of 1839-1900.
DKLMKll K. CROKT
pkok. Th. 11. nixsMORK
IKv-emlMT 11. 1S'.9.
4. TlIEOXFt)RD Ml'SlCAL CLUB
Januarv 2.5. i'JUO
i. DR. WM. II. CRAWFORD
February 1'2, 1900.
C. THOMAS McCLARV
March 15, 1900.
OLLER SKATING RINK,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
(i:xecpt Sundays )
NEW MAPLE KLOOn.
NEW UALI.-HEAR N". Sit ATES.
Ml'SI 3 EVERY EVENING.
Admission 10 Cents.
IW.l o:i:.' Uate. fvenin; ISoents
H.iil-l?.trtnu sli.i'ri. iif utuikjo 10 cvuu
LOOK AT OUR COAL
an.l you will not want to lo:k any
where ilse for that article. We have
all rrales of hanl aiut soft coal, which
we sell in any quantity and deliver at
lowest prices. You cannot do better,
when preparing for the lon. cold
winter, than tr ;ve us a trial. We
Rock Island Fuel Co.
OCice Twenty-Third street and Third
avenue. Phone 1197.
LAST Oil SCHEDULE,
Rock Island High School to Meet
Davenport at Foot
ball. SATURDAY ON HOMC GROUND;
lowao Ili-(!ay an In reasonable Spirit In
the Selection or Official. Hut Local
Team 'Will Make All I'oMll.le fonce-
lin l:ather Than Allow the iauoe to
The Rock Islaml and Davenport
foDtball teams are scheduled to meet
at the Twelfth street park next Satur
day afternoon. The local eleven has
been looking forward to this con
test with unusual interest and has
been practicing hard for it. and is now
all m reauiness lor me ooys on tne
other side of tho stream. It is the
only remaining game that the Rock
Island team is scheduled to play this
season, and as ji.ivenport is looked
upon as a rather formidable football
proposition, the outcome 01 the meet
ing will be awaited with no little de
Tee of an xiet v, especially bv the lo
cal ILgh school eleven and its ad
It is not unlikely there will be dilli
culty in the choosing of ollicials for
the game who will la mutually ac
ceptable. Davenport persists in hav
ing either the referee or umpire from
thateitv. Rock Island does not ob
ject to an otlicial from there, but feels
it should have something to say as to
who the gentleman shall be. On this
score there has already arisen an ar
gument, which started in Davenport,
and while the. managers of the Rock
Island team will make all reasonable
concessions, even to the point of
allowing Uavenj ort a shade the iest of
it. rather than abandon the meeting,
they will expect the other side to at
least act fairly.
Fair Ileal Ankeil.
Rock Island coes not dare to win
the game by partial decisions. There
is no glory or gratification in victories
unfairly gained. The Rock Island High
school " team has merited whatever
reputation it h;is won during the sea
son by earnest playing, and will put
up an honest game against Daven
port, prepared to accept defeat as
gracefully as victory.
Rock Island will observe to the let
ter the agreement entered into be
tween the teams, one sentence of
which reads: "That ollicials, includ
ing at least the referee, the umpire
and lineman, be selected by mutual
agreement at least one week before
the game.'" The agreement pro
vides for two games, t he tirst to be
played in Rock Inland Nov. L'o, ls'.t'J
and the second at Davenport in l!'l)U
and further on it reads: Be it fur
thur understood that we, the under
signed, desirous of establishing
friendly and benelicial ath
letic relations between the above
High schools, deem it just and in the
interest of harmony and good sport to
have the locations of the games aiter
nate from vear to year after this
No More (.amen on Home (.round.
The University of Iowa was in
mourning yesterday in memory of
U. . Stephenson, the student who
was killed in the inteiclass game of
football on the home grounds .Satur
day last. The young man's funeral
took place in Des Moines yesterday.
and was attended by the president of
Iowa university and a delegation of
students. J he absorbing ijuestion
during the time since the accident
happened has been, "What etTect will
the accident have on football at Iowa
university?" Yesterday it was deli
nitely settled that in memory of the
young man, no more games will be
played on the home grounds this
year. This means a cancellation of
the game with Simpson college: but
after a consultation of the athletic
advisory committee of the faculty, it
was decided that the team should play
the game scheduled with Illinois at
Rock Island Thanksrivin'r.
Still -More Counterfeit Inir.
The secret service htks uneaitbrd another
band of counterfeiters and secured a l;ire
iiuantity of lous LUls. which are so cleverly
executed that the average person wou'd never
suspect tbem of bein- spurious. Thinirs of
t'reat value are always selected by counter
feiters for iir.i'ation. notably the celebrated
Hosictter's Stomach Hitters, whieb has many
imi'.atots but no equals for indigestion, dyspep
sij. constipation, nervousne-s and general de
bility. The Hitters set thintrs riifht in the
ttonia;b. and when the stomach is in irood or
der it makes trood b'.ood and plenty of it. In
th! manner the Hitters restores vigor to the
we.k and debilitated. Iteware of counter
feits when buying. See that a private reve
nue atarcp covers the neeit of the bottle.
What m Well Known Railroad Man
ami resident of Lima thinks of Foley's
Kidney Cure. I have been troubled a
great deal with the backache. I was
induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure
and one bottle entirely relieved me.
I gladly recommend it to any one,
especially my friends among the
train men, who are very generally
similarly alllicted. George II. Hau
saa, Engineer on L. E. & W. railway.
Any Old Sore,
Cut. bruise or sprain quickly healed
with IJanner Salve, the greatest heal
in;? remedv in the world. 25 cents.
Cure the cough and save the life."
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs and colds, down to the very
verge of consumption, lor sale by
Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
It3 ksi Tea KaA!3rs Bi-ja
C3 -A- fa 1 C l X TV
BAZAAR AT ARMORY HALL
Aaplrioa Opeulne of the eeond Annnal
of SarreU Heart Church.
The second annua bazaar of Sacred
Heart church had an auspicious open
ing at Armory hall last niht. there
being a good attendance and a liberal
patronage of the looths. several of
which are tastily arranged about the
hull. In addition to I he usual fair at
tractions, for each evening a musical
program has been prepared. The la
dies of the congregation have entered
into the work with much enthusiasm
and intend to make the bazaar even a
greater success than the one held last
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mrs. J. J. Green is spending the
day in l'ort Hyron.
John Uurk was in the city yester
day from Kewauee.
Mrs. Edward Seyler, of Hoopole,
III., visited in the city yesterday.
ilr. and Mrs. George White enter
tained the B. 1J. S. Euchre club at the
Rock Island Club last night.
Mrs. M. Krohn, who is suffering
from typhoid fever, was last night re
moved from her home to St. An
The Rock Island Chess clnb will
hold its tirst meeting in its new
rooms in Krell V aiun iuuaiur to
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knaaek, of
Durant, Iowa, who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rohwedder. re
turned home vesterdav.
A party of C. R. I. X- I', ollicials
including A. J. Ilitt. the general su
perintendent: J. M. Johnson, third
vice president; G. F. Wilson; super
intendent of motive power, and W. M.
Hobbs. assistant general superintend
ent, passed through the city west
bound today. I he ollicials are on a
tour of inspection.
The Woman's Relief corps is to hold
a camplire at Memorial hall tomorrow
evening, for which occasion an inter
esting program has been arranged.
There will be addresses by Mayor Me
Conochie, G. W. McCaskriu and the
W. R. C. department president, a
vocal solo by Mrs. W. 15. Barker, a
piano solo by Miss Mitchell, selections
by a mandolin club and a speech by
MOST POPULAR WOODMAN.
Contest in Connection With Tri-City Mid
WHO IS THE MOST
IS t:oCK ISl.AXll?
O I iieileve..
most popular Woodman
flnsi ructions how to vote below.)
The coupon above is to vote on,
who is the most popular Woodman
in Rock Island. The prize is a hand
some gold watch valued at ?:5.r, on
exhibition in tiie window of II. D.
Folsom, the jeweler. All coupons
must contain a stamp, which are for
saie at one cent each at Thomas' drug
store, II. D. Folsom 's jewelery
store and the Harper house
pharmacy. All votes without
stamps are void and will not be
counted. One cent for each vote
may accompany coupons and the
stamp will be put on. The contest
will be decided on the last evening of
the Tri-Citv Mid-Winter Fair, Pure
Food and Flower show that opens at
the Saengerfest hall, Davenport, for
one week commencing Dec. 3, closing
the 10th. bend or mail all coupons
to Searle & Marshall, state's attorney's
ofiice, at the court house, where they
will be put in a ballot box.
I he vote up to date is as follows:
Albert Burton. 79: M. D. Rosenlield,
8; P.J. Casey, 1;C. J. Searle, o:John
Sexton, 11; William Jackson. 13; W.
J. Kerr, 8; W. D. Rosentield. 3: L.
Adams, 4; J. D. Larkin. 6; William
McEnirv, l; Frank Knox. 2, and J. E.
Jackson, 74; W. C. Maucker, 1.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Washita. I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bitters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had
caused her great suffering fr vears.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, the best doctors could
give no help, but her cure is complete
uiiu ut-i ucaiLLi is excellent. aiiis
l i- 1 1.1. : ii . r-L. : . '
shows what thousands have proved
that Electric Bitters is the best puri
fier known. It's the supreme remedy
for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers.
boils and running sores. It stimu
lates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels
poisons, helps digestion, builds up
the strength. Only o0 cents. Sold by
Hartz & L'llemeyer, druggists. Guar
anteed. Licensed to Wed.
Eniil De Mini Moline
Miss Clementine De Smith Rock Inland
The Lancaster, formerly Hotel
Woodruff, Wabash avenue and Twen
ty-first street, Chicago, has been
thoroughly remodeled and is strictly
up-to-date. L.arge comfortable rooms.
tit cents and up; European plan. Ex
cellent restanrant and bar in connec
tion. Moderate prices. Convenient
to all south side street cars and ele
vated railroad lines. Ten ruinuUs
ride to business center. Special rates
to parties remaining a week or more
C STAMl'f j
V CENT. P p
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AFTER SLOT DEVICES
Aid. Lawhead Introduces Ordi
nance in the City Coun
cil. THE MEASURE TAILS TO PASS
Referred to a Committee lr the Vote of
the Major Central I njon to be Asked
for a Kedoctlon In Rates Toledo, Ohio.
ItankluK House ltuys the Waterworks
Itonds Other Municipal Affairs.
Aid. J. W. Lawhead, at last night's
meeting of the city council, offered
an ordinance to "prohibit the use of
clock, tape, slot or other machines for
gambling purposes in the city of Rock
Island." The ordinance conforms in
part to the state law on the subject.
ind provides: "J-.verv clock, tape
machine, slot machine or other ma
chine or device for the reception of
money on chance or upon the action
of which money is slaked, hazarded.
bet, won or lost, is hereby declared a
gambling device, and shall be subject
to seizure, confiscation and destruc
tion bv any municipal or other local
authority within whose jurisdiction
the same may be found. Every own
er, occupant, lessee, mortgagee or
other person in possession of any
premises upon -.vhicri any gambling
device may be located, any aud every
person in ine use, operation, lease or
other possession of the same, shall be
lined tor the tirst otTeuse not less than
100. and for the second offense shall
be liued not less than $.")()(, and be
imprisoned until the lir.e and costs
are fully paid." Aid. Lawhead called
for the immediate consideration of
the ordinance, but an amendment,
offered by Aid. Winter, that it lie re
ferred to the ordinance committee.
was carried bv the deciding vote of
the mayor, the aldermen voting as
follows: Aves Johnson, lleide-
mann, Winter, Aster, Whce.lan, Pen
der. Elwell 7. Noes Beck, Con
cannon, Freed. Willis, Gall, Lawhead,
Aid. Willis introduced an ordinance
creating a purchasing committee,
whose duty it shall be to buy all
the city supplies. It is provided
the committee shall consist of three
aldermen. The ordinance will come
up for consideration at the next meet
ing of the council.
The issue of $30 000 waterworks
bonds was sold to the b.inkiuir house
of Spit.er& Co., of Toledo, Ohio, win
made the best proposition, offering a
premium of tl.-o. Other bidders
were A. Kean, Chicago; Meyer &
Kiser, Indianapolis; Seasongood &
Mayer, Cincinnati; Rudolph Kleybolte
Cm Co.. Cincinnati; . J. Hayes A:
Sons, Cleveland, Ohio.
Claim for Damages.
Henry Fluegcl. proprietor of a gro.
eery on Twelfth street, presented a
claim lor fo damages. He states
that during a recent rain water that
the I welfth street sewer was tncapar
itated to carry off backed into his cellar
and ruined a large iiuantity of pota
toes he had just purchased. Other
property holders in that neigh
borhood petitioned the council to
have Jilack Hawk addition cut
off from the sewer, which they say.
when constructed, was not intended to
drain the water from that locality
and the conseo uenee is that it is not
niual to the demands made upon it
the result being that it overllmvs
eyery time there is a heavy rain.
The following, offered bv Aid. Pen
der, was adopted: "Resolved, That
a special committee of live, includ
ing the mayor, be appointed to
confer with the othcers of the Cen
tral Union Telephone company for the
purpose of arriving at snmc amicable
arrangement towards the reduction of
rates to subscrioers and also the im
provement of the service." Aid.
Pender added that the business men's
associations had been struggling with
the proposition for weeks without
tangible results, and he believed the
council was the proper body to dis
pose of the question, anyway. Aids
Pender, Lawhead, Aster. Freed and
Gall were named as members of the
Chamberlain's l'aln llalum Cares Others
W liy Not You?
My wife has been using Chamber
Iain's Paiu Balm, with good results,
for a lame shoulder that has pained
her continually for nine years. We
nave tried all kinds of medicines and
doctors without receiying any bene
lit from tiieni. one nay we saw an
advertisement of this medicine and
thought of trying it, which we did
with the best of satisfact ion. Sne has
used only one bottle and her shoulder
is almost well. Adolph L. Millet,
Manchester. X. II. For sale by all
Phejp's "4-C" Couh, Cold and
Croup cure is guaranteed. It cures
chronic .cases. It is out of the old
rut. For asthma and all other lung
troubles take "4-C." The Harper
How to 1'revenC a Cold.
After exposure or when you feel a
cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It never fails and
will prevent pneumonia or consump
tion if taken iu time.
Pen thousand demons gnawing
away at one's vitals couldn't le much
worse than the torture of itching
piles. Yet there's a cure. Doaa'a
Ointment never fails. For sale by
Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
Of steel ranges that is now on display at Summers & Woo liu is the
largest liue in the city.
WHA T LINE?
Tby the liue of the celebrated Peoria ami Peninsular Steel
OfCoure! Have You Seen
The line, if not, don't fail to call and see it, ai prices are guaran
teed to le the lowest.
SUMMERS & WOOUIN,
322 Twentieth street. Phone 4082.
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NATURES n&m i&OWS!5
Pom 1 it -iy Qi(jNiiiD 10 ?? 1. si our mi ttie
PMUHS ilAIF IFON f AillNG OUT CUPIS DAWUIT - PKLUMS BALDNESS
rum 4U Mtir dm ms oa is t.i ifci gfum ik smi ivy dki ooi.ms
RUSSIAN CHEMICAL COMPANY. CHICAGO.
For sale in Ruck Island by W. H. Marshall, Druifzist, Harper House Pharmacy.
For Saie at Harper House Pharmacy.
Up-to-Date Wall Papers.
The Adam's 'Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before, Bo sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER
Pleasant to take. The bitter taste is disguised. No substitute used.
It Stands cn its merits.
If you cannot obtain It tr im your dedlcr write or call on the wholesale agent..
LEMBLTIG & DETLEFSON, Rock Island.
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated Under the
Monet 1masf.u On Pk.wo.nai. Coi.i.atkuai. Ok P.kal Kstatk Skcukitt.
J. M. H-iford. President.
John r'nibauyh Vice I'reiiJeot.
V. Orccnawwt, Citshier.
Began buxinew July IfcbO, and occupied
. crn-r o. aiitcaeu
310-314 Twentieth Street.
A TONIC FOR THE AGED
Taken one tablespoonfull before each
meal restores appetite.
bur Per Cent Paid on
II. 8. Cable. Wm. WDmertoa
John rnjlmucb, Phil MUcbell, .
H. I' Hull. L. ylmott.
K. W. Hunt, J. H. tiuford,
Solicitor Jackson and Hurst.