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TBE ATtflTTS, SATCRDAV. NOVEMBER 24, 190H
- USED TO MAKE"
fs the thought that haunts you when you think
of good th'ngsto est. Tho:e who trade at th's
j.tore will come nearer the pure wholesome
foods for cooking excellence than elsewhere.
Thero is nothing that pleases man better than
And this can best be brought about through
trading where quality is high and price is low.
Peppered bargiins and salted prices make fat
facts for slim pocketbooks at
JMtf! Fifth Ave
NEW PICTURE FRAMES.
Our complete holiday lino nf new and urtistio picture Framed
and moulding are now all here. We c.in give your Chri.-d mas
orders much more careful attention n w than in the rush of
the last two or three week before Christmas.
Our Latest Consignment
of High Class Pictures of real merit has never been equalled in
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth Street.
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring suiting will be
found now. on display at (Jus Englin's. Spring suits
$18, $20. $22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
GUS EDI G LIN,
1803 Second Ave
CORNER SEVEN TEKX HI SI'EET AND THIRD AVENUE.
All the modern branches of work known in dentistry
lone in this ollice. We arc peers in the art of painless
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
BEST RED RUBBER COLD
PLATE $6.00 FILLING $1.00 UP
BRIDGE WORK PER SILVER
TIH)T1I 5.00 FILLING. 50c
BEST COLD PAINLESS
CROWNS $2.50 n J UP EXTRACTING 50c
All Other Work In Proportion.
Tceih Extracted Free Wken I"i atrs are OrJercd. Kxamlnti'.on and
C jn.sulmtion free
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m, to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
t'aroer Seventeenth Street nod Third Arenae.
BUYS SLICE OP THIRD
C. A. Koester to Erect a 5-Stcry
Business Block in the
HE PATS $13,270 TOB 91 FEET
Important Real Estate Deal That
as Long Been Hanging
G. A. Koester, of Davenport, has
made another investment in Rock Is
land realty, closing a deal here
tofore referred to in The Arqi's
at 5 o'clock vesterdav afternoon
through the agency of Hull & Co
bv which he become the owner
of 91 feet on the south side of Thin!
avenue between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth streets, puj ing for the same
$L1,270. The property acquired by
Mr. Koester consists of the 34-foot lot
occupied by a celestial 'aundryman
and owned bv Mosenfelder & Kohn,
for which $4,270 was paid, and the
old brick row of four houses owned by
Edward, ami Rolwrt Hoffman. Mrs
Dr. Grover and Mrs. EPzibeth Web
ber, for which $9,000 was paid,
the HofTruans owning 31 feet and Mrs.
Grover and Mrs. Webber each 15'.
The deal is significant as bearing on
the future bu-iness importance of
Third avenne, on which already a
large store is well under way for Mc-
Cabe & Co., while other paities have
seen the possibilities of the locality
and erected business buildings. Mr.
Kocster's properly is just opposite
the MeCabe property. It will be im
proved in the spring. Mr. Koester an
nouncing that it is his present plan
to erect a 5-story brick block, the
lower lloor fur stores and the upper
Moors for ofliens and Hats In case
building muterials become too stiff in
price, however, lie states ne win oniy
make it three stories.
KoeHter Large Property Holder.
Mr. Koester evidently thinks better
of Rock Island realty than do some of
our home capitalists, for in the past
few years he has made several large
investments here, his holdings includ
ing the Koester bloek on Fifth avenue.
opposite the Rock Island depot, busi
ness property on hceond avenue, ami
in other sections of the citv.
As a further indication of the in
creasing value of Rock Island realty,
Hull V Co. state that in the last two
months at least 76 lots have Lcen
bought by parties living in other
In the event if property continuing
to boom on I hi in 1 avenue it may lead
to Lhe double-tracking of the thor
oughfare bv the Tri-Ciiv Railway
company and the operating through
the avenue of one or more lines, as on
Second avenue now.
The Rock Island County Christian
Endeavor union held its 14th semi
annual meetinsr in the Milan Pres
byterian church vesterdav afternoon
The pre ram for the afternoon ses
sioa consisted of prayer by Miss Ellen
Montgomery, of EJginirton; essav
More Prayer in Our Weekly Meet
injjs," Rev. II. C. Brown, of Coal Val
lev; vocal solo. Miss Vesta Sears, of
Sears; paper, "The Pledge," Rev. D
IV. Wylie, of Davenport: paper, --Is
there an Ase Limit ?" W. 11. Johnson
of Rock Island; vocal solo, Miss Fan
nie Reherd, of Geneseo; junior drill
bv Milan iuniors. under direction cf
Miss Carnashan, and an pddress
"Junior Work," Miss Daisy Gould
of Moline. Supper was served at the
town hall by tne Milan Jnaeavor so
eiety, after which the evening pro
gram opened with praver led bv II. E
ttobb, of South Rock Island, followed
oy a son? bv a double iuartet. Then
Rev. M. B. Millard, of Geneseo, deliv
ered the main address of the evening
on "Soldierly Obedience." Before ad
journment resolutions were adopted
expressing sympathy with 1 resident
J. E. Penrv, who had been prevented
from attending the meeting by the
death of his little daughter, Esther.
LOWER ROAD PROJECT
UP FOR MONDAY NIGHT.
The Rock Island Retail Merchants
at their meeting next Monday even
iog.at Krell & Math's hall, will give
especial consideration to the proposed
lower road. A number of citizens
from the lower end of the county are
o participate in the discussion and
the county surveyor will present the
result of a survey of thn proposed
All citizens who are interested in
the development of Rock Island should
DR. HUYETT MARRIES AGAIN
Milan I'hynl-I tn Wtls Sitter
Divorce I Wife.
Dr. Herman J. llnyetr, of Mi'an,
ami Miss Jessie Perrine, of l.ivinu-
tone county. New Voik. win- mar
ried in Davenport Thursday ly Rev.
1. 1. Rutter, of the .Ninth street
Methodist church cf this city. The
bride is a sister of the doctor's for-
cr wife, who was divorced from him
ioe to War Agitin.
Arthur Jacobs, son of Prof. J. C.
Jacobs, formerly of this city, but now
of Chicago, left Davenport today for
the Philippine islands, havingenlisted
in the cavalry service of tne United
States army. Young Jacobs served
as a member of Company A through
the &panish-nicricau war.
Northwestern-Iowa, toot lull Uamr,
Reserved seat tickets, including ad
mission. l.iu ireneral aduiis&iun 1.
Tickets on sale Monday morning.
In ketsfor reserved seats for the
Nort h western-Iowa Thanksgiving day
football jrame will be on sale from
Monday at D a. m., till Thursday, No
vember at 11 a. iu.. at Fred
Bieuer's jewelry store. Rock Inland.
lickets including numbered reserved
eat and admission to the grounds.
$1.50. Owin" to lack of room no
vehicles will be permitted on the
The annual meeting of the stock
holder of the Central Trust and Sav
ings bank of Rock Island, 111., will be
held at its biuking houc Monday,
December. 3, 1001, from :i to 1 o'clock
p. in., for the election of directors and
the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before tbem.
H. E. Catki.l Cashier.
Will Weiuricb is in Geneseo
Mrs. Ida Percy ami children are vis
iting at Avon.
Rev. J. W. Friz.elle went to Taylor
Ridge this morning.
Mr antl Mrs. M. T. Fre
happy parents of a new son.
Mr. anil Mrs. William. F.
have welcomed a new son
Miss Alma Holt hasg"u; to Strcator,
111., to spend Thanksgiving witli her
Frank Stone, of Chicago, spent last
night witn his parents, Mr. and Mrs
L. B. Stone.
Mrs. II. W. Dusenberre, of Pitts
burg, left yesterday for her home after
Chris Jorgorson and wife, of Pipe
stone, Minn., are visiting is. CJ
son and wife.
Mrs. W. II. Gear lias been called to
Busbneil by the illness c f l;er sister,
Mrs. W. V . Kelly.
L. C. Ostrander has returned to
Galesburjr altir a week's visit with
J. M. Ehiolt anil family.
Senator E.icsson, j.i Boone, Iowa
returned houie today after a pleasant
jsit at Auguslana college
Mrs. A. J. Ioirerson, of Janesvilie,
Wis., has returned home after visiting
with Mrs. W. W. Breckenridgc.
Mrs. Fannie McFarlaad and Miis
t annic Davis and sister Julia have
gono to Chicago to spend Sunday.
Mrs. S. A. Kerns, of Bioomington,
who has been isiting with hr son,
G. M. Kerns, returned to her home
Miss Sadie L. oluistcd arrived from
Orange City, Iowa, today, to viit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B
tea, at Milan.
Senslon In Till
Is Holding a Three Iyr
The Tri-City Luther Ic'mu: is hold
ing its scveuth annua! c-'iveiilion at
Grace Lutheran church n this city.
This afternoon's scsmou is buiug de
voted to business and will be followed
by a reception given by the Rock
Yesterday afternoon's program was
in charge of the young people's so
ciety of Moline. It opened with an
address of welcome by J. B. ikleaf
and response by Miss Emma Hardin.
Then followed music by the orchestra,
a declamation by Mis. Julia Johnson,
another musical number by Miss
Selma Ericsoo and a paper entitled
"Causes of Patriotism" by Arthur
Jnhnson. After another musical
numler by Carl Blomgrcii and some
miscellaneous business the audience
was dismissed with a benediction by
Tomorrow afternoon's program will
le under the auspices of the Luther
Ieague of St. Paul's church in Dav
enport. At the Y. M. C A. Oy nioaolo m.
The Leaders defeated the Mistix at
basketball in the Y. M. C. A. gymna
sium last night by a score cf 17 to 8.
In the bowling contest two games
were plavcd between the Limericks
snnnis it U mlminiistprpit It on wl.lv ami the haos. Men won a jrame and
cures coughs, coids and all throa't j thc othtr one will have to be played
and lunir troubles. B. 11. Bieber. ! ofT- A- lK Sperry made thc best score.
Hart. !t L'llemever.
lunch at thc Eldorado ea
.' Fourth avenue tonight.
If you have ever seen a child in the
agony of croup you can realize how
grateful mothers are for One Minute
tougn cure, wnicn jrives rciie: as
BAN Oil THE BOOZE
Burlington Railway Company Is
sues New Written Rules to
Road Places Another Large Order
-General News of the
I'wcntv of these
engines and. are to
wcitrhintr lb 000
(ieorge A. Points. Upper Sandusky,
lio, writes: 4 I have been usiug
Foley's Honey and Tar for hoarseness
When you want prompt acting little
pills that never gripe use De Witt's
t . . T T " i. r i . i
Ohio, writes: 'I have been usiug I llt1'3 fv xusers. u. u. uieoer,
xianz x uuemcyer.
Many of vour
and tind it is the best remedy.
sioppe.iine cougn lmineuiaicjy ana wnoru J0U know of
iti.ctui .i suieaess. rut taie u v
are to be 10-whecl
be large ones
Ihey are to be modern in every re
spect and will add materially to the
equipment of the road. Up to the
present time no information of the or
der has been given out.
tne ot the l engines is to be an
S-wheel. About this ensrine no in
formation was given for publication,
as it is understood it is to be an ex
pcriment and will have sevt ral de
partures, rather ttartlinir in locomo
tive construction, from the ordinary
After this order has been received
the road will have aboi.t as line an
equipment of motive power as any
road in thc Mississippi river vallcv
With the heavy rails which have been
placed upon neartv ail nf the lines in
Illinois and Iowa, thee engines will
be able to haul exccedinjrly heavy
Ol.Ior Comlurt or to S-!(-t "Kauf
ereaUer "preferred passenger
train "runs" on the Iowa division of
the Northwestern road will be given
to the conductors oldest in the divi
sion's service. H. J. Slifer, superin
tendent of thc division, a few days
a-'o, issued a circuiar providing tnai
in the future all "runs" on the main
line and all branches of thc division
wouid Ihj bulletined, and that con
ductors oldest in the service would
be privileged to select their "ruus."
Rattling of the Kock IkIhqI.
C. E. Lundv, switchman in the Mo
line yards, had his right hand hurt
Tuesday in au accident in which the
tender of a switch engine was de
(i. M. btoncbrcaker returncf ves
terdav from a trip to Chicago, where
he had been on Masonic business.
Brakeinan Losner has been set up
to conductor on the southwest divis
Conductor George Foster is laying
Conductor A. V. Rider is back after I
;5 weeks' illness.
Engine -" is out of the shops.
Conductor A. T. Rohwcddcr is oil'
Y new treiirht engine, the l2.n, bas
leen received anil II. Longabaugh has
been placed in charge.
Conductor J. Wisemillcr is laying
Conductor Join Kane lias been as
signed a regular passenger run on thc
Conductor R. Frew is now on fast
freights No. t 1 and Xo. 02.
Switch engine l'I his been sent
away for dutv in the southwest.
rieight engines N'Jl and XJO have
been sent to the south west division.
Engineer C. Woodward is laying off
Kngiucer.J. scnouciu is taking a
vacation out of town.
iugineer lorn uunu is away on a
cjscar leierson, uav caller, is an
ardent sportsman. If it bad snowed
last night he wouun t have done a
Ituilset From the Iturlioctoo.
A traveler had a nuiukr of the bovs
down on their knees looking about the
depot for his o gold piece Wednesday
morning. Then be borrowed a dollar
from a fellow traveler.
Brakeman Fred Pollard tells about
an exciting adventure in which he
saved a man's life near Thompson
Tuesday night. The fellow walked
friends, or people . rff 1013 PAce from !he moving train,
f. have contracted mlsc,i ttc platform, and Fred held
him awav from
! rttto yf
oasnmntion or nnpn mnnii l,v nr-
: Itct of a simple cold or cough. Foley's la5t caf Pasacd
Hnnpv nd Tur fo curu nH nln.a fcbOUt it.
the wheeis while the
Fred is very modest
ant cough medicine, would have saved ! engineer i-ran jc Horn was Jam up
Vct snlo hv nere iaai cigai irom me enecis oi a
MOKE ENGINES I0B E0CK ISLAND
New books of rules and regulations
recently issued for the government of
employes of the Chicago, Burlington
& Qaincy railroad, contain specihe
body blows to intoxicants and to
bacco. Oje of the rules provides that
the habitual use of intoxicants or the
freouenting of places where intoxi
cants are sold Is suliicient cause for
dismissal from th.; ruad'a service.
Another pmhloits thc use of tobac
co bv employ, s while ou duty in or
about stations or on passenger trains.
These two rules are in thc railroad
company's books for thc tirst time.
although they are supposed to have
been understood in the past by the
The insertion of thc "intoxicant"
and "tobacco'' provisions in the new
books of rutaa is said to have been in
tended more for the benefit of men new
in the service than for those employes
who have been with the road reason
able lengths of time.
More New Knglnen.
The C, R. I. & P. has just placed
an order for 'Ji new engines. It will
be remembered that the company ht
but recently received the last of a
large ore'erof engines of thecoui pound
type manufactured bv the Baldwins.
Tne new engines, which are ordered
for April delivery, are to b3 of the
ooks make and arc to be simple ex-
AS A FINE ART.
' In thc old days" no doubt shoes were made
of honest materials, but you see there's a
but we question If they possessed a title of
the style and the graceful lines of the 1900
Fall and Winter Ladies' Shoes
Shown In our window this week. The world
grows and art in Footwer manufacture keeps
pace with the world's advancement. See these
beauties, try on these beauties and most likely
you will buy these beauties.
OPEN WKDNKSDAY AND SATURDAY KVKNINGS.
GEO. F. SCHM
1705 Second Avenue.
The Overcoat of
Is a broad shouldered, rather loose
titling garment, with vertical in
stead of straight pockets, and
small, plain, rounded culls.
The Fabrics from Which This Coat
Is Made arc Principally cf
the Hough-Faced Variety.
Such as heavy Cheviots and Worsted-Vicunas,
in Oxford gray,
Cambridge gray, olive, brown and
black. Thc acme of perfection and
fashion is cm bodied iu t he Ovcr
. coats that bear thc Stein-Bloch
S15 to $25.
SOMMERS & LAVELLE.
1802 St-v,ond Avenue.
The Word Went 'Round
Mr. A. B. C. was one of the bent
dressed men in town that the even
ing clothes he had made for the
ThankFgiving season and other spec
ial occasions was akin to perfection
in lit, finish, style and general desira
bility. Reason not hard to guess -had
it made at Dora's, where correct
ness ia always lhe rule.
Dom, the Tailor.
1812 Second Avenue.
TRIMMED HAT SALE
Our stock of trimmed hats inu-.t l.e i educed at once. Tins greatest
opportunity of the season to buy -ty!ish millinery at next t-i noth
ing prices. Cost cuts no ligurc in th-s sale, the huts must go. Buy
now and save money.
(JO eZrk FOR HATS THAT IfAVK
& JJ SOLD AT
FOR HANDSOMK VELVET
HATS WOR1H $3.50
CocilaueC on SUU page.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Pho.ie 1237 Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenuo.