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THE AEGTJS, MOX DAY. J 1 900;
Bat you can avoid it
tables are concerted, if
the new Victor dining
Your Good Wife Will Be
Spared Many Heartaches
At seeing your impatience if you use this table.
Can be lengthened without even removing the
dishes. It's worth your while to see it even if
you don't buy now. Call and inspect our line
of furniture and carpets.
Cor. Sixteenth Street
Everything in the Fire
works line at the right
1709 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Perfection is Our
In everything that concerns tailoring we are
always at the head. We keep an eye on what
must be the prevailing styles in tailoring. Our
spring suitings comprise the richest array of
fabrics obtainable. We employ only the best
skilled labor obtainable. Our prices and work
manship will justify your consideration. We
never fail to please the most fastidious dresser.
For your next suit try
LAPITZ, THE TAILOR.
(2i Brady Street,
as far as dining room
you will let us show you
and Second Avenue.
MRS. LENA LOEB DEAD
Succumbs to a Complication of
Ailments at the Age of 72
ICRS. FEIE PIES VERY SUDDENLY.
John Schall, County Pioneer,
Passes Away at His Port
Mrs. Lena Loebdied yesterday
evening at o o'clock at the home of
her daughter. Mrs. M. C. Rice, 724
Nineteenth street, from a complica
tion of diseases, aged 72 years. Mrs.
Loeb was a native of Europe, but
pent the greater portion of her life
at Ottumwaand Oskaloosa. Iowa. For
several years she had been living with
Mrs. Rice. Six children survive her:
Mrs. I. M Lobenstein. Mrs. Rice
and Samuel Rice, of Rock Inland; Mrs.
Harry Strasburger and Miss Mary
Rice, of OjWaloosa, and Mrs. Samuel
Ver Veer, of Philadelphia. Pa. The
funeral "ill be private and will be
heM at the residence of M C. Rice at
2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. After
the servires the body will be shipped
to Ottunia for burial.
Mrs. Jacob frit.
Mrs. .Ucob Frei, living two miles
northwest of Taylor Ridge, died verv
suddenly Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock
from abscess of the stomach. She
was 73 yi-ars of age. a native of Switz
erland. and had been a resident of
this country 51 years. Five children
survive. Mrs. Hoffman, of Daven
port; Jaxb, Barbara and Catherine,
living at home, and Mrs. Cyrus Ken
nedy, of Andalusia township. The
funeral services were held at the home
Sunday morning at 9 o'clock with in
terment at Andalusia.
John Schall. an old settler of Rock
Island county, died Saturday after
noon at 4 o'clock at bis home
in Port Byron, of dropsy, after an Ill
ness of about 1H months. Mr. Schall
purchased a farm in the oO's in Coe
towf. where he resided until remov
ing to Port Byron four years ago. He
wan a native of Pennsyl vaAiaand wa?
abott 60 years of age. He is survived
by Ls wife, one son, Henry, and one
daughter, Alice, both unmarried.
Tho funeral services were "held from
the Xapids City Catholic church this
Gordon Grort Kile.
Grrion George Klie, the 0-ye,r-old
son f August Klie 500 Firt street,
died yesterday morning at 7 o'clock of
ni e a bran ous croup. J- uneral services
will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock
froa the home to the German Evan
gelical church on Ninth street.
REV. I. W. ALLEN TO LEAVE.
Itcil.-oi ats rastor of C.nir.l Presbyterian
Edt. Ira W. Allen, Jr.. yesterday
anounced to bis congregation bis
resgnation as pastor of the Central
Prsbysterian church, stating he had
ben tendered an assistant chair
in the McCormack theological sem
inary. Chicago. This institution
is second of its kind in im.
prrtance In this country and the
petition tendered is a desirable one.
Bv. Allen came here five years ago
ls-t May, succeeding Rev. J. H. Kerr.
II. has been a faithful and effective
W(rker and his congregation is loath
togivehimup. He will remain till
Sept. 1. and thus ample time will be
giren for the choice of a successor.
Alonzo S. Burt has been appointed
cerk at the postofflce. going on duty
W. J. Taylor, of the postoflice force,
U taking his vacation.
Chris Koch has been appointed as
tistant mail carrier.
Was It SIIrcl?
"The marvelous cure of Mrs. Ren a
J. Stout of consumption baa created
iitense excitement in Cammack, Ind,"
vrites Marion Stuart, a leading drug
gist, of Muncie. Ind. She only
veighed 90 pounds wnen her doctor
in Yorktown said she must soon die
Then she began to use Dr. King's
New Discovery and gained 37 pounds
in weight and was completely cured. "
It his cured thousands of hopeless
cases and is positively guaranteed to
cure all throat, chest and lung dis
eases. 50 cents and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Hart & l.'Ilmeyer,
Cared Bronchial Trouble.
Charles E. Davis. 1071 W. Congress
street, Chicago, says: I ("offered for
years with bronchial trouble and tried
many kinds of medicines without re
lief, "until 1 began taking Foley's
Honey and Tar. which cured me."
Take'no substitute. For sale by all
For Over Fifty Taexs
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
oothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 35
cento a bottle.
Bum or Broleee.
Sprains or sores, burns or scalds,
wounds or cuts, tetter or eczema, all
nuicklv cured bv Banner Salve, the
moat healing medicine in the world, i
For sale by all druggists. j
If you are sick all over, and don't
know'just what ails yon. it's 10 to 1
vour kidneys are out of order.
Foley's Kidney Cure will bring health
and, energy. For sale br all druggists.
ARSENAL IS SHUT DOWN.
Two Weeks' Snspeoslon tad s Bedetlo of
. the Force.
The great shops at Rock Island ar
senal are silent and will remain so for
two weeks while the annual repairs to
machinery, etc. are being made. The
shut down was announced Saturday
night, when a reduction of 600 was
also made in the working force. This
pruning of the force was made neces
sary bythe exhaustion of the extra
funds "set asMe some few mouths ago
for the manufacture of a quantity of
equipment in addition to the regular
orders. The men dismissed were
taken on in March, when they were
told by Commandant Blunt that the
work weuld not last over three
When the fs'iops resume two weeks
hence 1,200 employes will return to
work, a large force, despite the re
duction. Maj. Blunt expects to keep
this force steadily employed through
the coming year.'minus those labor
ers who are engaged in outside work,
which will ol necessity have be be
abandoned when cold weather arrives.
The reductions made Saturday were
in all departments exespt the ma
TARS PREPARE FOR CAMP.
Naval MllltU to Leave for Chicago
Capt. W. D. Wiman has received
official orders from headquarters to
take his command of the Illinois uaval
miiitix which includes the Rock Isl
and division, into camp at One Hun
dred-audtirst street, Chicago. Mon
day, July 2i. The boys will
start for camp on the Sunday
evening preceding, being July A
mistake had Ven made in the previ
ous orders, the figures being trans
posed, so that the orders read One
Hundred-and-tenth street . The camp
this year will be located at the same
place as last year, wnicu i capum
location in fact an ideal catupin
ground, it is faid- Mr. Wiman will
make all nrenarations for civinc the
boys of his command a fine outing
During the coming week he will ap
point several petty officers to posi
tions which are vet to be tilled.
Keform ht hool,
an! Tnro to
J u dire Geat convcne-1 the circuit
court at 2 o'clo k thi3 afternoon and
the following were brount up to re
ceive sentence. Charles Harris, found
guilty of burglary, andHeury Uooton,
convicted of stealing a hoise and
buggy, wei sentenced to the reform
school at Fontiac; loin Uradiey was
lined $50 for assault, same to be
worked out on the streets; Clarence
Wright, c6micted of petty larceny.
60 days' labor on the streets and to
work out a tine of $30; Fred Bateman,
grand larceny, and John Henry Pryce,
attempted rape, sentenced to Joliet;
Lizzie Hartiuaa. petty larceny, 20
days in jail und a tine of 1.
KANSAS CITY DELEGATES.
New Rnaland Contlng;ent Passes Through.
Kock Island .
A special train of nine cars passed
through on the Rock Island at 8
o'clock this morning, bearing the
delegates to tte Kansas City democratic
convention irom v ermont. ew ii9iup
i h re Massachusetts, Iih de Island
and Connecticut, about 175 in number.
The Postal Telegraph company is
moving its local ofUcefrom the Harper
bou-e block to the east storeroom of the
Renfield bui.ding, two doors east of
Iiie A rgl s olloe.
For the annual meeting of the Na
tional Educational association to be
held at Char es'on. S. C, July 7 to 13,
the Burlington will have " on sale
round trip tickets at greatly reduced
rates. Stopovers and diversity of
routes permittel. For particulars in
quire at ticket t ffice.
Hon. J. R. Line, of Davenport, an
nounces he will not be a candidate for
rcnomination fir congress at the con
vention to be h;ld by the republicans
Aug. 16. He states that other business
interests make it impossible for him
to serve anothe- term in congress.
CropCorrespcndent Thomas Camp
bell, in his report for July 1. reports
the average of corn in Rock Island
county compare! with last year as 90
per cent, ami potatoes oO per cent.
The condition!! I corn is 90, potatoes
JO. oats lOv, ijver 100. timothy 100.
pasture 9. ap os HO and grapes 50
per cent. l
George Bauui:nn is back in the oity,
having disposed of his live stock and
farming imploiaents. For several
months George las been getting his
mail at Tipton. Iowa. He says living
in the rural districts is uct what it is
cracked up to e. It is altogether
too serene for ott of his metropolitan
tastes. Gecrze .has resumed bis old
position as dispat ser of wet goods at
the Harper houst bar.
Ueenel to Wed.
Jaaies W. Cook ....Kock Is snd
MtsaAfrces N. Bt0r. Kocli Uiacd
Goshen, III.. Gnesee Fur Food
company, Le Roy, N. Y- Dear Sirs
Some days since a package of your
Grain-O preparation was left atmvi
offict. I took i; home and gave it &
trial, and 1 haTe to sy I was very
much pleased witn it as a suostan
for coffee- We have aiwavs used
beat Java and Mocha in onr famLKj..;
hot I am free to say I like the Grai
as well as the bestcontel aver dr
a v v A.a-9.Fi7f Pit a,
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TWO DIE If! THE RIVER,
Thomas Dolan Takes a
Sunday Plunge at
CHARLES W. 3f GIXLEY DROWSED.
Thomas Kane Dies of Self
Thomas Dolan, aged 23, of Daven
port, employed as teamster on the
Fourth avenue paving, Moiine, by the
Tri-City Construction company, was
drowned at Moiine yesterday. He
and Loore Hall went out for a swim
in the river near the Twin-City Ice
company's houses near the govern
ment bulkhead. Hall jumped in first,
Dolan following a moment after.
Dolan came up once, aud uttered a
cry of distress, and then sank down
to death. It is supposed he was seized
with a cramp. The bodv was recover
ed and an inquest conducted by Cor
oner L. V. Eckhart, the jury return
ing a verdict of accidental drowning.
Dolan boarded at 328 ttAilroad avenue.
Moiine. On his person was found a
letter written to Maude Moore,
whose address is not given. She was
upbraided by Dolan for not reciprocat
ing his love.
8teanboat Hand Drowns.
Coroner Eckhart went to Cordova to
day to bold an inquest over the body
of Charles V McGinley. who was
drowned above that place Friday. He
was an employe on tho steamer
Weyerhauser and his home was at
Kaston. Fenn. No relatives live here.
A jury was impanelled consisting
of D. Zimmerman, G. II. Gager.
George Tew. James Green, A. W.
Mallory and W. L. Marshall. At the
inquest it was shown that deceased
was but 19 years of age and cam of
a good family, one of his sisters be
ing a graduate f-om a medical school
of Pennsvlvnnia He shipped on the
Weyerhauser June Hand wasemployed
in passing coal. List Friday while
the boat was just below the mouth of
the Wapsie, in passing along the edge
of the lower deck, McGinley lost his
footing and fell into the water. A com
panion sieed him by the hair, but the
current carried him away and he was
not seen again till the body was re
covered Sununy. The jury "returned
a verdict of accidental drowning. As
the body was too badly decomposed
to ship or keep until the relatives
were heard from, it was buried this
afternoon at Cordova.
Thomas Kane Dies.
Thomas Kane, who ut his throat
Saturday, died Sti:rd:iy evening at
St Anthony's hospital "at 9 o'clock.
Yesterday a coroner's jury consisting
or . A. (iiles. Josepa irutzweiier
Thomas Cox, M. F Hogan. Charles
Wheelan and George Sherrer viewed
the remains at Wheelan's undertak
ing establishment. The evidence
brought out the facts substantially as
stated in Saturday night's Altars and
the iury arrreed that the deceased
came to his death from injuries in
flicted by himself with suicidal in
tent. Tne funerl s-ervices were held
this morning at Wheelan's undertak
ing rooms. Interment was at Cal
Kseltement Causes Heart Failure.
' Ruth Grennell, aged 19, daughter of
Mi and Mrs. Carey Grennell, of Mo
line, was found dead in an outhouse
by her mother at 5:30 Saturday after
noon. Death was due to an attack of
heart failure, superinduced by excite
ment over the partial sinking of the
barge of the steamer Henrietta at
Muscatine last Thursday, on the oc
casion of the excursion of the Moiine
Baptists, Miss Grennel having attend
ed the excursion. She had always
been in poor health, her mind being
weak. These were the facts adduced
at the inouest held by Coroner Eck-
The police Sunday night took charge
of a young man whs was laboring
under the delusion that he resided at
Dr. . M. Sala's aad was trying to
effect an entrance to the house. Being
a well known younc man of regular
habits ordinarily. he was released.
lhe report of Chief Miller shows
58 arrests for the month of June, 28
state and 30 city cases. The arrests
were made on the following charges:
Assault with deadly weapon, 1; fugi
tive from justice. 3; drunk, 9; dis
orderly conduct, 9; breach of peace,
6; assault and batterv, 5; vagrancy.
2; disturbing the peace, 4; bitching
two or more wagons together, 2; for
gery. 6; burglary. 1; assault with at
tempt to kill, 1: assault, 1; inmate of
disorderly house. 7; larceny, '2. The
agon calls numbered 44; bv patrol
19. bv telephone. 15. The lall
bill was 7.
One of the women arrested Friday
gae her name as Ada Ammerman.
Ad Ammerman has filed a protest
"th the police and asked that
ame be erased from the record, h,
AV3 iniustice had been done bf
4 Child Eejoys
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We Inaugurate This Week the Greatest Sale of Ready-to-wear Hats
Ever Heard of in the Northwest.
Absolutely unapproachable bargains f 2 hats for 25 cents. Bring yonr
mothers, yonr sisters, your cousins and yonr aunts. A Chicago millinery
jobber, admitting he was hard pressed, sold us 89 dozen hats (just 1.068)
including ladies' white sailors, such as we have been selling at 1. children's
mixed sailors, same as we have sold at 84c to $1.12, and including other
ready-to-wear hats, such as the Peoria, the Golfer, Vera. Yendome, Exposi
tion, etc. All the best and most fashionable shapes, hats which hare been
selling at wholesale all season at $10. $12. $15. $10.50 and $13 50 per dozen.
some retailing at $z eacn. we
at 25c aDiece. Take vour pick from
25c; we repeat
Another Lot of Eleven Dozen--l32Ready-Trimmed Hats
for which we paid last month $19.50, $21, $24 and up to $39 per dozen; we
took them all in to retail for 50c apiece.
Thsse two prices, 25c and 50c, will make our millinery department fa
mous all over western Illinois and
of them, but you should come quick,
choice; 50c and
OUR SHOW WINDOWS TELL
Lively Selling In summer Under"
A chance purchase gave us two lots of
ladies' summer vests, very cheap,
t0 dozen vests made of line brown
Egyptian yarn, beginning Monday
at 9 o'clock, while they last,
two for 7o JJc
Another lot of 17 dozen tine, pure
white bleache 1 vests at oc
Customers will be limited on these
Many other bargains in this depart
ment, a few of which we have hereto
Ladies' fine silkette and sateon summer petticoats, very well
made with deep tlounce and ruffle, everyone worth $2. while g ff
they last $1 apiece.
Tropical Worsteds and
IN GRAY. OLIVE AND BROWN, WITH VERTICAL
STRIPES OF BLACK. WHITE. BLUE. MAROON AND
OTHER COMPLEMENTARY COLORS, are extremely
fashionable this summer In coats and trousers or:ly, as
well as complete suits. The coats are made In single and
double breasted styles. ' Tho trousers thould be worn
turned up at the bottom, in which case you should have
them one inch longer than their regular measurement.
We tit either way; to be worn regularly or turned up.
The exclusive coloring and designs In these garnv.int3
bear this label.
Mens's flannel coat and pants $0.40
Men's flannel coat and pants 7.25
Men's flannel coat and pants 9. SO
Men's flannel coat and pants 10.00
Men's white duck, $1 pants 50C
Men's fancy liuen vents. $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 QQC
1802 Second Avenue.
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DORN, THE TAILOR,
1S12 Second Avenue.
R. I. Plumbing, Heating and Roofing oo.2
Plain and Ornamental
PLUMBING AMD HEATING"
All work done by expeiienned men and folly ifiiSLSf
guaranteed. Office rear of No. 221 Twen- Jr
OCK 8 LAND. ILL..
Dougnt tne wnoie lot to sea
the entire 1.06 hats for 25c,
eastern Iowa. I hero are lo'.s
as there is always an early
ALL THE REST OF THE STORY.
A Grab Sale In Our Domestic
At 10 o'clock each day this week dress
lengths of Allen's full standard
fancy dress prints 64x64 cloth,
per yard Jq
Grab the one you want. Only
one dress to a customer 3ic
At 2:30 o'clock each day dress lengths.
3i-lnch dark percales (full
yard wide) per yard c
Grab quick. Only one pattern tu
Another grab at 4 o'clock. Every af
ternoon at 4 o'clock all patterns
Riverside shirting prints, full
standard cloth, at ;Uc yd. Ro ready
at 4 o'clock to grab
To furnish better materials, more earn
in measurements and "shrinking,"
better and more honest workmanship,
and a more satisfactory suit, coat or
trousers than we fashion in our es
tablishment. Further, we are willing
to take op the gauntlet as to price
and you will find that we will prove
champions on that score as well.
Hollow Building Block.
TEL6f --JKpLL, Manager.
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