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TUB ABGU8, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2G, 1900a
307 Twentieth Street.
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tod SeUen of Sboe, od SkiUif tattoo.
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Soda Crackers, per lb 6c
Ginger Snaps, ' " 6c
Corn Meal, per sack 10c
12 bars Laundry Soap 25o
Compressed Teast lo
Yeast Foam 3o
ow Corn, 2 cans 15o
New Tomatoes, 2 cans.... 15c
Unceda Biscuit, per pack
Shredded Wheat Biscuit per
the cheap man,
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LAST CAME IS LOST,
Rock Island High School Eleven
Defeated on Davenport
PUTS UP A PLUCKY DEFENSE
Score of 6 to O-More Anent the
ship. Rock Island High school played the
last scheduled football game of the
season Saturday with Davenport
High school at Foresters1 Shooting
park across the river. It was windy
and snowing furiously during the en
tire game and the field was nasty and
slippery. The ball soon became very
hard to hold, and it was through a
fumble that Rock Island lost the
game, Capt. Grant, of Davenport,
getting it for an 85-yard run and
touchdown in the second half.
The game was played in SO and 35
minute halves. In the tirst neither
side scored, though the advantage
was with Rock Island, and they would
have probably scored had it not been
for a phenomenal 85-yard punt by
Capt. Grant, wnich went over Rock
Island's goal line.
In the second half 'Rack Island
kicked off and held for downs. Then
came the fumble and run that de
cided the game. The latter part was
devoted to an exchaag3 of punts that
netted neither side a point, and the
score when time was called was 6 to
0 in Davenport's favor.
RiN K Lsl.M. FeSITIOSIS. Davbnport.
Krey and Uberg Centre Etc els
lien CUannoa Rigbt Guard (Jilchrist
K Obenr If t Uuard lies
Roy Jens KiKbt Taenle M. Smitb
Will Colliss Ieft Tackle Cook
Salmann. hiirbt Knd McGregor
Will Channon Left Knd H. bmlth
Carse ami 1'orter. ...tuartcr (Capt.) Urant
Holdorf Full Hack Crans
Hutfedorn RiRht Half Nebeker
IJurribart Left Half Meiiarr
Referee. I'rof. J. F. Darby: umpire. Hub
Uarr: timers. Miller and Thatcher; Uoemeu
Sbaw and Porter.
The second team of Moline High
school defeated the eleven of bacreu
Heart academy, Davenport, 23 to 0.
Championship Not 8ettled.
There seems to be no hope of deli
nitely settling the western champion
ship this season. Iowa and Minne
sota, the two universities with un
beaten elevens, have spoken out posi
tively and finally against a post
season game, so the matter remains
where it stood a week ago, with two
teams having clean records and strong
claims and a third so nearly equal as
to leave doubt in the minds of some
as to its relative standing. It seems
fair to allow Iowa and Minnesota
equal claims, though the Hawkeyes
have made bigger scores tbau Minne
sota and have not been tied in any
game this season. However, Iowa's
game is calculated to pile up big
scores against weak teams, the run
ning game yielding faster gains than
the heavy line-bucsing used by Min
nesota. Again, Iowa has not met as
strong a team as Minnesota or Wis
consin, and nas scarcely oeeu forcea
to its utmost to win. A meeting be
tween the Hawkeyes and Gophers
would have settled matters in tho only
satisfactory way. and it is a subject of
regret that the game was not arranged.
Wisconsin has no challenges for ibird
place. Iowa gained the respect of all
college men by practically olTering to
meet Minnesota in a contest for the
championship. That the Gophers did
not see lit to embrace the opportunity
was due to the rigid climate, which
prevents Dr. Williams men from
practicing outdoors even for their
final game with Nebraska. A refusal
to play Wisconsin was to bo expected
since the game could not have posi
tively settled the championship.
To all who suffer with Kidney. Liver. Heart.
Hi adder or mood diseases. n. (ample bottle of
Warner s Safe Cur (the pioneer KiOney and
l.ier Remedy) will be sent absolutely Free of
Cost by addressing postal card to WARNER S
S A r K t l HE CO.. Rochester, . v., and
mentioning this paper.
Exclusive Agent of
Of canned fruit and vegeta
bles. They are the finest
goods, packed and taste as
though they had just come
out of the garden.
Canned Wsi lnv
Canned lico IK-an.
Canned Strirtiess Beaos-
Canned Kxtra Sifted Peas.
Canned Redpitt-d cherries.
L an Bed Ked Raspberries..
Canned Sliced llne Apple.
Canned Orated l'ine Apple.
Canned Lemon Clint; Peaches.
Agent for Gilaxy Flour.
C. W. HORTON.
626 Twentieth St.
Brief Bits of Turkey Talk.
Forks were first used in the year
1300. Previous to that time there
wem rnles of etiquette regarding the
use of the fingers at table.
Order your poultry of Horton.
Dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
Home made mince meat at Hor-
Plenty of poultry at Mattausch's,
Cider sauce may be made as follows:
Two cupfulls of sweet cider, one cup
ful of sugar, one tablespooniui oi out
ter; boil and pour gently over one
Finest cigars iu the city at the Pal
ace cigar store.
Order your Thanksgiving poultry
of H. Tremann's Sons'.
Order your poultry at Kroegel's
market, 931 Fourth avenue.
Dressed poultry of all.kinds at Mat
tausch's, Seventeenth street.
Low prices cn Thanksgiving hats
this week at Mrs. La Frenz'.
Choice dressed turkeys, chickens.
ducks and geese at Schroeder's.
Pigs in Blankets Drain and care
fully dry nice plump oysters; wrap
each one in a thin slice of bacon,
fasten with a small wooden skewer
and fry quickly in a hot pan.
. Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Mattausch's. Seventeenth street:
The newest and prettiest Thanks
giving hats are at Mrs. La Frenz'.
Plenty of dressed poultry for
Thanksgiving at Maucker & Tonn's.
Hiked Bananas Remove the skin
and the inside pith; place them side
by side in a granite baking pan; dust
with sugar; add a little lemon juice.
put over four tablespoonfuls of water
and bake quickly.
Order your poultry for Thanksgiv
ing at Mattausch's. Seventeenth street
Thanksgiving linen bargains at Mc
Cabe's which will interest all good
Don t forget that the l'alace cigar
store carries the largest line of cigars
in the city when you are buying your
Poultry of all kinds can be had at
Jvroegel's market. 9.JI Fourth avenue.
The fifteenth century made quite an
advance iu the direction of table uten
sils. It gave to civilization the salt,
cellar, the egg-cup, and Venice made
the wonderful glasswork which suiier
ceded the drinking cups of wood and
Fresh dressed turkeys, chickens,
ducks and geese at Kroegel's market,
931 Fourth avenue.
Order vour poultry of Maucker &
Tonn, as they will have the linest line
of dressed poultry.
Place your Thanksgiving poultry
order with Mattausch. and vou will
get the best to be had.
Anything and everything in .nc
way of poultry at Mattausch's, Seven
teenth strtet. tiive him a trial.
For that sweet, mild, after meal
smoke, go to the Palace cigar store,
and your longing will be satisfied.
Order your Thanksgiving turkey at
Kroegels market, l'hone orders given
prompt attention. 931 Fourth avenue
There is nothing that will satisfy
that longing after your lig l banks
giving dinner as one of those sweet.
mild cigars that come from the Palace
bee the new line oi sideboards on
display at Clcmann & Salzruann's
lou will need one for lhanksgiving
Some crockery bargains for thrca
days this week at Mc Cabe's which
ought to be on every lhanksgiving
To enjoy jour Thanksgiving dinner
your turkey should be cooked on a
Peona steel range, bummers v
Vou will make no mistake bv order-
ng your poultrv. celery, mincemeat.
oysters, and in fact everything that
goes to make up a first-class Thar. Us
ing dinner at Maucker lonn s
store, corner rourth avenue and Sev
Turkey feathers may be made into
decorations most suitable for Thanks
giving day. Fans and stars, circles
and triangles composed of them, ar
ranged on a red background, look
well on the walls. Small ones may
be stuck through the menus, or a
single large quill, tied with red. white
('and blue ribbon, laid beside each plate
' at dinner.
To serve your Thanksgiving dinner
right and in a proper way it will be
well to have one of those new dining
room tables of Clemann & Salzmann's.
An "Auxtion Sale" gives great fun
to its participants on Thanksgiving.
Eich child is provided with a small
basket or bag containing fifty dried
beans. A large basket containing
parcels of every shape and size is
brought in, aud an older person se
lected as auctioneer. These packages
may contain things of value and of
no value, and of use and ofno use,
but in every case their identity must
be hidden by their wrappings. The
auctioneer, who has no knowledge of
the contents of the parcels, must pro
ceed to describe with great imagina
tion the articles for sale, trying to
guess from the shape what the arti
cles may be. The children bid their
beans for the parcels, each bean rep
resenting one cent, each article being
sold at auction to the highest bidder.
If vou have ever seen a child in the
agony of croup you can realize how
grateful mothers are for One Minute
Cough cure, which gives relief as
soon as it is administered. It quickly
cures coughs, colds and all throat
and lung troubles. B. H. Biebcr,
jllartz & Ullemeyer.
WHAT ARE LAWS FOR,
Subject of a Sermon Preached
By Rev. D. L. McNary
CONDITIONS IN E00K ISLAND.
What Regulations Are Ignored
and on Whom Responsi
Rev. D. L. McNary. pastor of the
United Presbyterian church, took for
his subject at the morning service
yesterday, "What Are Our Laws For.
Anyway?" His text was the 8th, 9th
and 10th verses of the tirst chapter of
Paul's first letter to Timothy, "But
we know that the law is good if a mau
use it lawfully." etc.
In the text, the preacher said,
Paul gives the purpose of law.
namely, the restraint of evil
doers, and not the persecution of good
men. But the moral phases of the
Mosaic law apply to all. Thus, the
laws under which we live are calcu
lated to make well-doing easy and the
Eath of iniquity a hard one. "This
eing true," 6aid the speaker, "let
us consider present conditions here in
"The condition of our saloons has
grown to be such as to demand the
immediate attention of every citizen
who is possessed of a reasonable sense
of decency and self-respect. I do not
refer to conditions affecting the sale
of intoxicants. There is something
far worse. 1 have it from the testi
mony of a man who frankly ackcowl
edges that he takes a glass of beer
occasionally, and from other sources
that can scarcely be disputed, that
there are few saloons in the upper
part of this city which uo not harbor
a form of vice far worse than the evils
resulting from the sale of spirits. It
is from these things that our young
men and voung women need protec
tion. The drinking of tho first glass
of beer is not always the beginning of
the downfall of a young person, but
the first fall from houor leaves effects
which no space of time will eradicate
Moral Obligations ef 0 Force.
"It is for the class of persons who
conduct these brothels that laws arc
made. Moral obligations have no
force with them. They have not the
welfare of mankind at heart, and the
only appeal to which they arc amena
ble is that of force.
' Public sentiment in this city ap
pears to favor the existence of tho
saloon. The law recognizes it and
contains certain provisions for its
regulation. The law says saloons
shall not be open Sunday; that liquor
shall not be sold to minors or intoxi
cated men, and that they shall not be
frequented by women. But not one
of these provisions is enforced in this
city. I he fault lies with the mavor
and city marshal.
"I am not a temperance fanatic.
am not even sufficiently erratic on this
head to suit sumo of my people. .
realize that the saloon cannot be abol
ished till public sentiment favors it
But the real sentiment of the people
does not favor bawdy houses, and a
careful study of conditions here has
convinced me that the city is in cry
ing need of the proper enforcement of
existing laws. OI course there are
laws which the ellicials are justified in
failing to emorce, and the perfect en
forcemcnt of any law is au impossi
bility. But while our oilicers are so
diligent about arresting everyone who
happens to be driving about with two
wagons hitched tandem it seems to
me they are straining at a gnat and
swallowing a camel.
Officials Plead Ignorance.
"If vou will ask tho executive offi
cers of the city about the conditions
to which I have referred, very likely
they will say that they know nothing
about them, and it may be true. But
like the man who, to defend himself,
produced witnesses who did not see
him do it, their testimony will not go
far as against one who knows that
these things are in existence.
I wish to make no rejection upon
the personal character of our city
ollicials. Without doubt they are
honorable men. But I believe they
have failed to properly care for the
trust resting with them. I am not a
puritan to the extent of believing that
a man may be made by law. But I
respect the laws which are necessary
for our welfare and believe that those
which protect the innocent and work
no hardship upon the well-doers
should be enforced."
I'sefnl and Nov!.
The new playing cards issued bv
the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso
ciation, St. Louis, Mo., are as prac
tical as the old style card with the
added novelty of heroes' faces on court
cards. -5 cents a pack. Address
Both makers and circulators of
counterfeits commit fraud. Honest
men will not deceive you into buying
worthless counterfeits of DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. The original is
infallible for curing piles, sores, ecze
ma and all skin diseases. B. H. Bie
bcr, Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Many, of your friends, or people
whom you know of, have contracted
consumption or pneumonia by neg
lect of a simple cold or cough. Foley's
Honey and lar a safe, sure and pleas
ant cough medicine, would have saved
thcra. It is guaranteed. For sale by
LEAGUE NAMES OFFICERS.
Trl-Cltjr Lutherans Elect K. M. Holm berg
The Tri-City Luther league has
chosen the following officers for the
President K. M. Holmberg, Mo
line. Vice Presidents Miss Edith Hedin,
Davenport; Miss Helen Reimers, Rock
Island; Carl ai. liiomgren, aioiine.
Secretary Miss Minnie Swanson,
Treasurer Godfrey Hallauer, Rock
Executive Board Arthur Johnson,
E. Hoffsten, Rev. W. H. Blancke, Carl
E. Bohman, Emma Hedin.
The league held its seventh annual
meeting at Grace Lutheran church in
this city. The meeting closed yes
terday afternoon with the following
program: Invocation, l.ev. w. li.
Blancke: hymn, consregation; an
them, St. Paul's choir; praver, Rev.
A. B. Shrader; scripture reading. Miss
Edith Hedin; ladies' quartet. Emelie
Haines, Ida M. Ihttman, Mrs. r. V
Parniele. Pauline Dittman; address
Inspiration for Service," Rev. A. B.
Shrader; hvmn, congregation.
After the business meeting the
young ladies of Grace church served
supper to the delegates in Augustana
college gymnasium. Abe l'hiinar
monic mandolin orchestra furnished
delightful music, toasts were re
sponded to, and iollitv reigned su
preme the remainder of the evening
RESERVED SEATS FOR CLUB.
Members Will Take In Uimt In Holiday
We have been informed by the
management of the Iowa-Northwest
ern football game that no vehicles of
anv kind will be allowed on the
grounds at the Thanksgiving game
consequently we have been obliged to
abandon our plan of going to the
game in a tallyho wagon.
We, however, are pleased to an
nounce that the management of the
game has kindly reserved for the Rock
Island Club section M. lhis section
comprises the very host seats obtain
able, every seat being reserved so
that purchasers of tickets know just
where tbey will sit.
This section of seats will be roped
off and decorated in our club colors.
etc., and no one but members of the
Rock Island Club and their lady friends
will be permitted to enter.
Tickets for this section will bo on
sale at the Rock Island Club parlors
Monday noon, Nov. 26, and we advise
members desiring tickets to secure
them as early as possible, as we ex
pect them to be ouickly sold out.
Every purchaser tf these tickets
aad occupying seats in Rock Island
Club section must wear Rock Island
Club colors, red and white.
M. A. lAtv.n,
W. J. SWKENEY,
W. A. R SENKIKI-I,
A Vlllsce isiacfcamlth Saved Bis I.lttfe
H. U. Black, the well known village
blacksmith at Graharnsville. Sullivan
county, N. Y., says: "Our little son.
6 years old, has always been subject
to croup, and so bad have the attacks
been that we have feared many times
that he would die. We have had the
doctor and used many medicines, but
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is now
our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve
the tough mucus, and by giving fre
quent doses when the croupv symp
turns appear, we have found that the
dreaded croup is cured before it gets
snttled." There is no danger in giv
ing this remedy, for it contains no
opium or other injurious drug and
may be given as confidently to a babe
as to an adult. For sale by all drug
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Central Trust and Sav
ings bank of Rock Island, 111., will be
held at its banking house Monday
December, 3, 1901. from 3 to 4 o'clock
p. m., for the election of directors and
the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before them.
11. L. (JASTfcKL. Cashier.
fix Frlgotral rail a res.
Six terrible failures of six different
doctors nearly sent William H.Mullen
of LiOckland. O., to an early grave.
All said he had a fatal lung trouble
and that he must soon die. But he
was urged to try Dr. King's New Dis-
cjvery for consumption. After tak
ing nve bottles he was entirely cured.
It is positively guaranteed to cure all
diseases of throat, cbest and lungs,
including coughs, colds, la grippe,
pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, bay
fever, croup, whooping cough. 60
cents and f 1.00. Trial bottles ficeat
Hartz & Uilemever's drug store.
For Urtr Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used lor children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents & bottle.
We pray thee, heed him not who
askest thee to take something, said to
be the same as Rocky Mountain Tea
made by the Madison Medicine wom-
pany. so cents, r or sale by J. fl.
J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, 111., writes:
My little boy was very low with
pneumonia. Unknown to the doctor
we crave him Foley's Honev and Tar.
The result was magical and puzzled
the doctor, as it immediately stopped
the racking cough and he quickly re
covered." For sale by all druggist!.
Ti"4 trij log Ha a k'.mn B&tt
Houses for Sale
IE. ZE3I. GTJYEB
MITGT1ELL LYNDE BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND.
SOU Ninth street, tlx uonis
1018 ( iltD avenue.su ruuiui
230 Thirteenth street, nine rooms
Twelfth street. South liock Island, oppo
brlck yard, Bve rooms
Fair wounds. South Uook Island, four
521 Tbirty-eiplith street, modern Improve
ments, six rooms
Fortieth street and Sixth avenue, mod
Seventh avenue and Forts-fifth street,
1332 Forty-second street, Ave rooms
Eighteenth avenue and Forty-fourth
street, seven rooms, large grounds.
Other houses for sale in Rock Island and Moline on easiest terms. Choice
building lots iu Lyndo's addition, Edgewood Park, Columbia Tark, Guyer'a
Addition and College Heights.
SEE THEM AT
1615-1617 SECOND AVENUE.
HARTZ & ULLEMEYER,
eauty Is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
Is the best that is turned out In this vicin
ity. Their services Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUERSFELD & SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 1293.
VOU CN Ht)l B1ISS IT If VOU CO
k f-ilXist, hoavy steel,
sijrnih ;i;i'J eh-ctrL headlights, vestibukd trains, fast time,
cnvfjii-m clKduks, Observation, Cafi and Parlor Cars.
Drav.-;n;;room Sleepers, Free Reclining Chairs and F'.ilace- ,
Day Coaches yoj ct all these when you travel via the
emeen a reccnt route.
Through tidily vvue frnm Ciminaili to
rj;,.tj3oozi, Ati.mta, Birininfjiiatrt, Ailr
ville, New Jr!c::s, Jack&onviilc, St. Auguv
ti:i?, Tampa an ! Miami.
W'it.- to W. A. Betklcr,
Chicago, for free books,
W.J. MURFMV, u.iu muni.
f iKr.iNfviri. r,
Shoe For Misses.
Fine soft Kid Stock. Extension Sole,
spring heel. An ideal shoe for tall
and winter wear. Sizes 11 to 2. -
17 J 2 Second Avenue.
CENTRAL SHOE STORE.
Thirteenth avenue and Thirty-eighth
strf et, twelve rooms, modern improve
1137 Thirty-eighth street, brick, four
IMS Thirty-eiRblb street, five rooms
1112 Thirty-seventh street, four rooms....
1126 Tbirtyeventh street, seven rooms..
1206 Thirty-sixth ftreet. five rooms
1811 Tbirtv-s'xth street, rive rooms
134)3 Thirtieth street live rooms, paving..
2KW Thirteenth avenue, i ine rooms
3132 Mini h avenue, four rooms
Fortv-third Mreet and Ninth avenue
(KdRwood park) seven rooms, modern
Is the Superior
Of all other base burners, be
cause it embodies the best
combination of utility, econ
omy and beauty.
Arranged to throw
outside of stove.
Four Circulating Flues
extra cost (to you),
ding verv greatly to
the heating capacity, and im
proving sanitary conditions
uf air in room.
Every Stove a Double Heater.
The Fair Face
Is made fair by nature; but
kept fair by proper toilet ac
cessories. We have just re
ceived a large stock of Mani
cure knifes, files, nail clip
pers, corn knives, nail 'pow
ders and enamels, pen knives,
ladies' scissors, etc. all of the
best quality at the lowest
prices. Also a line quality of
razors, strops, soaps and
pocket knives for gcntsl
VI TMI QUCZM CRCbCtNT ROUTC
modern locomoirv s. Hock
N. P. A., m A Jims St..
map and information.
W C FINEABSON, o uvji tv.r,