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THE ABGHJg,' TUESDAY, JULY St, 1900.
DOLLY : BROS!
A Good She
la More to Ba Dealrad
Because in order to get riches, it
is necessary to bare good health,
and a good neat shoe is necessary
to good health. A good neat
shoe also gives character and.
standing to the wearer. We are
supplying good shoes, stylish
shoes.' shoes with individuality
and character, to many people.
We are preparing for more of
The Dolly $3.50
With "Cobles" soles; are worth
more than any other shoe in the
world sold for 3.50. A "Cobler"
sole is a sole cat from the very
best -Blocks," light or heavy,
same as used by the best shoe
makers. A sole that is worth
50e a pair more than any sole pat
oa an S3 SO shoe la tbls locality. Eiwa
laeteiery 3 Ssboe lthe worilf Take a
p4t Dolly Bros' mioag an4 p.oe Ibem
aide o aide. If you are not fully satisfied
1 tolly a are -beat," your money rlgh
307 Twentieth Street.
Originators, Designers sal Buudara ot Shoe i
and Sailers of Shoes and Satisfaction.
Geo. A. McDonald's
YOU CAN BUY
Compressed Yeast lc
Yeast Foam 2Jc
Uneeda Biscuit, per pack
Shredded Wheat Biscuit per
Corn Meal, per sack 10c
Baking Soda, per lb 5c
Kock Island Corn. 2 cans.. 15c
Tomatoes, 2 cans 15c
Dairy Butter, per lb 15c
Fresh Eggs, per doz 10c
Soda Crackers, per lb 5c
Ginger Snaps, 5c
Fancy Patent Flour 105
THE CHEAP MAN,
geo. a. Mcdonald.
2304 Fifth Avenue. Phone 1196
Good, Sweet and
Is the staff of life.
Our delicious bread
is made from the
very best products,
and BRAIN BREAD,
made by us exclu
sively, has the health
giving qualities of
the whole wheat, and
very nourishing; you
' will like it.
For Your Picnic and
There Is nothing so
tempting as our ice
cream, Oh ! So good.
Hath & Brautigam Go.
Successors to KRELL A MATH.
Phone 1151. 171-171 8eoomd Are.
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HARRlMAfi IS HEARD.
Vice Presidential Candidate of
Socialist Party Speaks In
BEF0BE UABEET EQTJARE ATJDIE50E
Competition Attacked and Coop
eration Upheld Organiz
Job Harriman, vice presidential can
didate of the social democracy, was to
have spoken last night at Tarner
ball garden, bat when the time
set for the speech arrived
there were scarcely a dozen people
present, and the meeting adjourned to
the dark and moonless Market square.
After considerable skirmishing an
empty box was found and . K. Gif
ford, of Davenport, mounted upon it
and introduced the speaker.
The lirst effort of the speaker, after
a small crowd had gathered, was to
make the workingman feel very sorry
for himself. This was accomplished
by drawing vivid comparisons between
the advantages of wealth and the
disadvantages of poverty, and by
a bewildering array of statistics
that showed tne poor man
how much he produces that he deesn'
get. The burden of his argument lay
in showing up the weak spots in tne
competitive system and in lauding
the beauties of cooperation, in pane-
taring the tires of present reality and
picturing the shaking up tne social
fabric is getting from riding on the
The speech of nearly two honrs
duration closed with the answering of
questions, in which the speaker showed
that be bad traced out ms tneories in
a number of their various ramifica
tions, and his answers were generally
for the time at least, satisfactory.
Bock Island Section Organized.
Following the address the Rock Isl
Grand New Line.
The very newest
things produced have
just arrived at the
For the best things
in the furniture line.
Come over and see
how well you can do
114 S3S Its Bradr St.. Davenport
LOOK AT THIS.
The Arceta card at f 1.00 per
dozen for SO days. This is
our regular 200 grade.
Just what you want; a good
picture for half price. Bring
the babies. We also make
splendid prices for family
groups. We 'go to your
houses or do the work at the
studio. Crayon and all large
work a specialty.
The Leading Photographer.
413-415 Twenty-third St. Phone 4483
and section of the social democracy
gwas organized. The officers:
Organizer Xic Huseman.
Secretary Mike Fisher.
Financial Secretary F. E. Netzar.
Treasurer Fritz Nary.
The section will meet next Sunday
afternoon at 2:30, at Nic Huseman's
place. 2324 Fifth avenue.
BATTLE WITH A PRISONER.
Jo tin Sanui u Escaped County Jail In
mate, ReiU Arrest.
John Suman, of Moline, a prisoner
at the connty jail, while out on the
court house lawn with the other in
mates this morning, jnade a break
for liberty and reached Second avenue
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets before overtaken by Deputy
Sheriff Frank Andrews, who, in at
tempting to take the prisoner back to
jail. 6O0n learned he had a bigger con
tract on his bands than he had bar
gained for. Suman is subject to
epileptic attacks. He was lust re
covering from one when taken in tow
by the deputy sheriff. Suman, who
is a young man of slight build, fought
like a demon, and would probably
have gotten away from Andrews had
not Policeman Barney McCabe gone
to his assistance. The two had to
virtually drag Suman to the police
station, lie was locked up there un
til the officers got their wind, after
which he was removed to the county
FOR WIFE'S AFFECTIONS.
Charles Hanna Asks 50,000 rromUtort
A declaration has been filed in th
circuit court of Henry county by At
torneys Judge Waite and H. A. Re
herd, of Geneseo. which is the fore
runner of one of the most remarkable
cases Henry county has known for a
long time, says the Kewanee Verdict
The declaration sets out that Charles
Hanna. of Geneseo. claims damages to
the extent of f 50.000 from George
Wells for alienating the affections of
the wife of Charles Hanna. The at
tornevs for the defense are Graves &
Brown. The assertions of the plain
tiff set up a long list of irregularities
on the part of the defendant. Air
Hmna and his wife have parted and
have nothing to do with one another
The case is remarkable for the fact
that all parties interested in tne ca9e
are highly respected and of financial
responsibility. The trial will occur
at the November term, when devel
opments of a very sensational char
acter are looked for. The pity of th
whole matter is that it has gotten into
the courts, where it will be fed to
tho carrion eaters throughout thi
section. Both sides are determined
to the state of bitterness and the oaso
will be contested with spirit and
Kloped With 16-Year-Old.
Dora "Morford. the 16-year-old
dauehter of a wealthy farmer of
Isorth Henderson, and Dick bmitb.
photographer of the same place,
eloped bunday. They went to reoria
Pvkm and Deiavin. where tney were
arrested yesterday. One report has
it that the irate parent has forgiven
the couple and consented to their
marriage, while another is to the ef
feet that he will take the girl home
and prosecute Smith. Monmouth
Hand Concert at Drl Park Sunday, Ang 0
The D., R. I. & X. W.. railway will
sell tickets at SO cents for the round
trip on Sunday, Aug. 5, to their new
park, situated on the river just above
Le Claire, and will run a special
train, leaving Kock Island at 2 p. m
arriving at the park at 2:55 p. m.
returning leave the park at 7:30 p
m., arriving at Rock Island at 8:05 p.
m. Tickets will also be good on the
regular train leaving Rock Island St
8 a. m.. for those who wish to take
their baskets and spend the day
Ihere is 4U acres ol thickly wooded
park errounds running back from the
river, boating, a covered pavilion, re
. ... ' ...
freshment stands, a merry-go-round
and swings, making a delightful place
for small private parties to enjoy a
tor particulars inquire at city tick
et office. 1803 Second avenue, or pas
senger station foot of Twentieth
Car for Cholera Infantum Xerer Known
During last May an infant child of
our neighbor was sneering from
cholera infantum. The doctors had
given up all hopes of recovery. I
took a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeoy to the
house, telling them 1 felt sure it
would do good if used according to
directions. In two days1 time the
child had fully recovered. The child
is now vigorous and healthy. I have
recommended this remedy frequently
and have never known it to fail.
Mrs. Curtis Baker. Bookwalter, Ohio.
Far sale by all druggists.
. Do Your Feet Ache and Burn?
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-
Ease, a powder for the feet. It cools
the feet and makes tight or new shoes
feel easy. Cures corns, bunions,
swoolen, smarting, hot, callous, sore
and sweating feet. Allen's Foot-Ease
relieves all pain and gives rest and
comfort. We have over 30.000 testi
monials. It cures while you walk.
Try it today. All druggists and shoe
stores sell it, 25 cents, bam pie sent
free. Address Allen "S. Olmsted, Le
Roy. X. Y.
Bunape or Brule, '
Sprains or sores, burns or scalds.
wounds or cuts, tetter or eczema, aii
quickly cured by Banner Salve, the
most healing medicine in tne world.
For sale by all druggists.
Tt Led Tos Hits Kwm Bs2
TARS HOME TONIGHT
Encampment of Naval Reserves
at South Chicago Is at
VISIT FROM GOV. J. E. TARNER.
Executive Delivers an Address-
Advises Sailors to Keep
South Chicago, July 31. Gov.
Tanner was the guest of the naval mi
litia at Camp Dewey yesterday. He
left the city on the gunboat Michigan
at 9:50 o'clock, accompanied bv Lieut
Gov. Xorthcott. Col. Moulton, Col.
Dietrich. Col. Bliss. Col. Rutters.
Capt. Xichalson and Commanders W
J. Wilson, Granville Kimball and
Wiman. Adjt. Gen. Reece was ill and
could not go. The party left the
Columbia Yacht club's house in
steam launch and cutter sent by the
Michigan to bring the visitors aboard
As thev steamed out to where the
Michigan lay the marine band on
board struck up a lively march.
Lieutenant Commander Winder re
ceived the governor and his party and
escorted them to the aft deck, over
which a canvas had been stretched
The Michigan then steamed throngh
the Van Buren street gap and down
the lake to Camp Dewey, where prep
arations had been made for the gover
nor s reception and for a general in
spection of the naval militia.
Camp Qui Salute.
At 11 o'clock the gunboat Michigan
came in sight of the camp. A salute
of 17 guns was tired in honor of the
distinguished visitor. The salute
was answered by 17 from the gunboat,
followed by the dipping of the colors
on the tall" flag pole at the camp. The
governor was brought ashore in
steam launch. Arriving at the camp,
the pirty first made an inspection.
From the mess tents to the headquar
ters was inspected and the governor
now and then was heard to express
his approbation of the tidiness of the
Precisely at 1 o'clock the call to
form in line was sounded by the
bnglers and soon the different divis
ions were seen marching toward the
open ground where Gov. Tanner
was to address them. When they
arrived a square was formed with the
governor and Commander Harrisou
in the center. In a few brief words
Commander Harrison introduce!
The executive said he wa gratified
to be introduced to such a dis
tinguished, body of citizen sailors.
He hoped the boys would continue
drilling and bettering themselves in
the work, and that if their country
should ever call for their services they
would respond with as much enthmi
asm as they displayed when their
country called them in the Spinisa
American war. The jackies showed
their appreciation of the address bv
giviDg vent to three lusty cheers and
a tiger for "His Excellency the Gov
Under an escort of the officers of
the camp the governor then walked
down to the beach. A farewell salute
of 17 guns was tired as he stepped
aboard the launch which was to con
vey him to Chicago.
This morning the command will be
given to break camp, regs wul be
pulled up, the tents rolled tightly and
blankets and other paraphernalia made
ready to be carried away when the
general order comes to move. Then
to the sound of the bugle and rattle
of drums the boys of the two ships'
crews will leave for their homes.
lhe Kock island boys will arrive
home this evening via the Burlington
SHE WOULD KILL HERSELF.
So Mrs. Woodward Declares In
ter From Pekln.
Mrs. M. S. Woodward, formerly
of Davenport, when she wrote the
last letter to her husband from rekin,
was armed with a 5-shooter revolver.
It was her intention, according to the
letter, if the band in the legation
building were attacked, to use the
first three cartridges on the assailing
Chinese. Then, if with what other
defenders were doing the Boxers were
not repulsed, she had decided to kill
her daughter, lone, with one of the
remaining bullets and shoot herself
with the last, so that they would not
fall alive into the hands of the Boxers.
This piec of news was contained
in the letter written bv Mrs. Wood
ward on June 11 last, after she and
her daughter had nirde a futile at
tempt to escape from Pekin. They
found when they arrived at the depot
that co much of the track bad been
torn op that it was impossible for
them to depart, so they made their
way with difficulty back to the lega
July 23. David W. Hunt to Andrew
L. Nelson, part lot 5, LsClaire's Re
serve. IV, lw. 1360.
30. Edwin J. Morer to Jabez M. V.
Sanderson, wj acres let 7, Brasher's
ubdir., 11. 17, 2w. $600.
Henry P. Oakley to John F. Free
man, lot 2, Oakley's add., Moiioe,
E. n. Guver to W. C. Thede. lot 18.
block 93, town ef East Moline. $300.
Sflatrera Falls Kxewrstoas.
On July 26, Aug. 1 and Aug. 14 the
R. L A P. will sell round trip tickets
from the tri-cities to Niagara Falls
and return at the rate of $ 11.25. Re
turn limit 12 days from date of sale.
Stop-overs permitted at Brockton for
Chautauqua; also cuoice of ran and
lake routes. Both sleepers and chair
cars. For reservations or informa
tion, call on R. I. & P. ticket agent.
or address, M. A. Patterson, general
passenger agent. Rock Island, ill.
TO HAVE AN AUTOMOBILE.
Or. W. II. LcdewlK Will I t. One
If a certain make of gasoline en
gice will do what its manufacturers
claim for it. Dr. William H. Ludewig
will be the first physician of the tri
cities to make his professional calls
in an automobile. The engine, which
is of a new design, has been ordered
on approval, from the manufacturers
at Cambridge, Mass., and if satisfac
tory will be attached to the gears by
the Moline Pattern works. The lea
ture of the engine is the air cooler,
which has a decided advantage over
the water cooler, ordinarily used, es
pecially in cold weather. The gear
ing is manufactured by a St. Louis
There is little doubt, from the
assurance given, that the motor is a
success, and the doctor hopes to be
able to introduce the new vehicle here
shortly after Sept. 1.
Serenade In Camp.
Vandrnff'a Island. Jaly 30. A
party of 15 campers made the rounds
in the evening with tin pans and ser
enaded all the camps on the island
borne ol the men were dressed in
wrappers and sunbonnets and gave
a Cakewalk at Camp Goos. which i
showed they were skilled artists in
their line, though the din was some
Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Beardsley have
The German Village pulled stakes
today after a sojourn of two weeks.
Charles Arnold and Jim Wright are
getting thin carrying water.
The Globe broke camp today.
lhe young folks held a dance in
front of Camp Bob White in the eve
There are several cripples in camp
after the ball game bunJay.
Xapoleon'i "Doe Teeth."
"In the world's history," said a Buf
falo man, "there are three characters
who in the popular mind stand pre-eminent
Alexander the Great, Caesar and
Napoleon. Xnpoleon lived so near our
own time as to be almost within the
memory of living men, and there are
plenty of men today in France who
hoard of Napoleon from their fathers,
who lived in the stirring times connect
ed with his name.
.there is a curious fact in connec
tion wttn napoleon s personal appear
ance thnt I have never been able to
find mention of in any of the biogra
phies, and that Is that two upper front
teotn were very long ninl lapped over
the lower ones to nn unusual extent.
giving him a most peculiar uppearauce
when smiling. These teeth the two
upper. Incisors, on either side of the
mesial plane ordinarily form a line
that meets with the corresponding
teeth in the lower Jaw, but in Napo
leon's case they overlapped. This In
formation came to my father directly
from the son of Napoleon's dentist.
who made a memorandum of the fact."
New York Tribune.
Bazar at fet. Joseph's.
A social and bazar to continue
three days. Wednesday, Thursday!
and Friday, of this week, has been ar
ranged by the ladies of St. Joseph's
church for the benefit of the parochial
school. The bazar will be held on the
spacious church lawn, which will be
brilliantly illuminated and decorated
during the evening. Thursday and
r nd ay afternoons the bazar will be
opened for the children. The ladies
have enlisted some of the prominent
mnsical talent of the three cities, an
excellent program being arranged for
The British Soldier.
It Is said that tbe British soldier wears such
tight clothing that Us Internal organs areoften
seriously injured. Then when on the march
his chest Is compressed by the weight ot his
knapsack, canteen, great coat and heary car
tridge belt. Usually the stomach is the first
organ to suffer from overt axing of any nature
Overwork, abuse, neglect or Improper food isl
bound to produce dyspepsia and Its attendant
Jvfl Fir nn v niHAPrir nf tnff flfi7.t.lv fir.
g-aos Hostetter's stomch Hitters should be
taken. This famous medicine wiu cure a 1
ailments or ine siomaca. iryitior constipa i
tlon. iadlges.I in, flatulency, djspepsiv nerr-
ousness and lnsomin'a It makes tbe weak
strong-, and an occasional dose w-ill beep the
bo -els regular.
The Dri Tree.
In the fruition caxou the banyan
tree is an arbor for the feathered crea
tion, and a rude temple is often set
up under or (Jose to Its shade, at which
the wayfarer stops to cook a meal more
frequently than to offer a prayer.
These sacred trees, with their irrateful
shade, are common in every part of
India, and are confined to the tropical
cone. As timber they are of no value.
DUt CTiiuiac is obtaiufii from their
ulf-e, and the bark is used by the Hin
It 8d 111. Lag.
P. A. Danforth, ot La Grange. Ga.,
suffered for six months with a fright
ful running sore on his leg, but writes
that Backlen's Arnica Salve wholly
cured it in hve days, tor ulcers,
wounds, piles, it's the best salve in
the world. Only 25 cents. Sold br I
tlartz s bumeyyer. druggists.
Many women suffer all sorts of so.
called weaknesses" simplv
because ti. dneVs are out of order
and they h.. a right to know Fo
ley s Kidney care is last what is
needed bv most ailln? women. For
ale bj all druggists.
At prices that will surprise the keenest buyers. WThen we try
to tell of them we just "lose our way," so we'll ask you to
come and see for yourself. In our east window you will find
Men's, Boys' and Youths' Shoes at from
SOO TO SIU0C3
Less than the regular prices, while in the west window are
Ladies', Misses' and Ch ildren's Shoes at prices that should
make jou twice glad. Bring your pocket book to carryJ- home .
the money you save in buying here.
Central Shoe Store,
For Bargains In
SEE OUR LINE.
ADAMS WALL PAPER
I must sell all wheels in stock by August 7, re
gardless of cost. Come in and examine them
and get prices.
A. J. RIESS, Agent.
r 1 umss
Kidney Troubles, Nervous Prostration, St. Vitus' Dance,
Nervous Weakness, Premature Old Age, Melancholy,
Paralysis, Loss of Memory, Female Complaints, Neural
gia, General Debility, Scrofula, Boils, Pimples, Blood
Diseases, Chronic Cough and Wasting Diseases.
It is both pleasant to take and potent in its effects,
suited to any and every age of human life, in chronic or
Invaluable for every one in
chronic cases where other
remedies have failed.
Sold by druggists generally. If
it will be sent prepaid or. receipt
or six bottles for $5.00. Address
DR. I. A. DETCHON,
SPECIALIST ON RHEUMATISM AND NERVOUS DISEASES,
I Sold by Oito Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue, Rock Island, and Gust
1 ocniegei ac son, zz' J West Second street,
Saves many dollars by Clean
ing the Straw Hats of the
family, prolonging their use
fulness by making last year's
hats as clean as new.
There is nothing to take the
place of Linanc for itv pur
pose. It is the best straw
cleaner ever discovered.
Smat hf mail, poxtpaid, on receipt
at price. 3$ ceata a boa.
BAHNSENS' DRUG STORE.
1 m iri
1712 Second Avenue.
310-314 Twentieth Street.
all failing health, Stomach, Liver, Heart and
not found at
of $1.00 per
Dr. B. Coffman,
. 4 i
If your eyes ache after reading;
the print appears blurred; if you are
near sighted; if you have any defect
whatever, do not neglect it. Consult
a competent graduate optician, skilled,
in every branch of tbe profession.
Charges moderate compared with tbe
high character of the work. Satis
faction guaranteed in every respect.
COSSCtTATlOir AXDEXAXrVATIO VKEK
At bis permanent office, S3 Mc
MAXUS BUILDING. Corner Second
and Main streets. Davenport, la.,
every Friday, Saturday and Sun
day forenoons. Hours 9 a. no. to 6 p.
m."; Saturdays, 9. a. in. to 6. p. tn. ;
Sundays, 10 a. m. to 12.