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THE ATTOTJS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1900
BED TO MAKE'
Is the thought that haunts you when you think
of gocd things lo eat. Those who trade at th's
stoic will corns nearer the pure wholesome
foods for cooking excellence than elsewhere.
Thcro is nothing that pleases man better than
And this can best bs brought about through
trading where quality is high and prie is low.
Peppered bargains and silted prices make fat
facts for slim pocketbooks at
25tf!2 Fifth Ave
H. D. FOLSOM
1703 Second Avenue.
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WATCHES IN GOLD.
WATCHES IN SILVER.
WATCHES FOR LADIES
WATCHES l OR GIRLS.
WATCHES FOR MEN.
Watches for boys, handsome in design, reliable
anddurab!e. Trices reasonable and within the
reach of all. Beautiful jewelry, cut glass, dia
monds and silverware.
H: D. FOLSOM.
1703 Second Avenue.
Here Is the Hoater
T!:.H will Jv'ii!c jour C'Jinfor and di
ti ierour blN The Jewel" i
ma!c ia se -vrM Si--., ail coiv.trueii.-il
ou the same principle toe principle
1 hat giro rro;i;a i:y of heat wiih iar
i,iniay of fjl. Come and ii liniiic
For Cold Weather
There's colhin,; c.Ui to "Our 0n"
syiem of steam aa-l hot water heat
In, cost- a little n: ere to put It in. but
costs less 10 operate. li s convenient,
r.e.in. reliable ani atlif actor. Call
iu and let us tell you more about it, and
show you how e.si!y you caa make the
BREAKS NECK If! FALL
Richard Cemeinhardt Precipitated
From Thirty-Ninth Street
LAD IS F0U5D UNCONSCIOUS
$1,675 FOR MRS. MIELOW
AGAINST M. SCHNELL.
Arguments ia the $5,000 damage
suit of Mrs. Wilhelmina Mielow vs.
Matthias Schnell were concluded yes
terday aad the case given to the jury.
A verdict was returned this morniDg
awarding the plaintiff $1,675. A mo
tion for a new trial ws at once made
and the plaintiff' attorneys entered a
confession of the motion.
Both sides being dissatisfied with
the verdict another hearing will prob
ably be secured.
Previous to adjournment a Tariety
of miscellaneous business was dn
posed of, chief among which was
the refusal of a new trial in the case
Removed to Hospital in a Dying
A shocking accident, the conse
queuces of which will prove fatal. oc-l0f Hansen vs. the citv of Moline
curred between 0 and 10 o'clock this
morning at the open trestle on the
D., It. I. & N. W.' road at the tpot of
About 10 o'clock Richard, the
9-jrar-oId son of Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Gemcinhardt, 421 Forty-fourth street.
was found IviDg under the trestle.
which is about "0 feet in neignt, in
an unconscious condition. Help was
TEACHERS IN APRIL
Pians Under Way for Entertain
ment of Western Draw
WILL BRING 603 DELEGATES
Local Committees Named and
at Work--Three Days'
Mm. James Ilampson is visiting in
S. J. Collins returned from Macomb
A. I. Seastrand left this morning
to spend Sunday at Gibson, 111.
Mrs. John Slroehle and son, John
summoned and the lad was removed I left today for a visit in Milwaukee.
to St. Anthony's hospit!. where n I T. 1'. Cox and J. K Cjx are hunt
examination revealed the fact that his I Log io tne lower end of the county.
nCCk Was Urt'Ken. I Mra V A r'rnll nf Innraritv hoi
The injury will, of course, prove J been visitiag at the home of Herbert
iatai, ana up to a late hour this alter-1 Cook.
noon no sign of returning conscious
ness was shown.
dolus for a Skate.
Uichard was at home at '.) o'clock
and it is supposed he was on his way
to skate on the river and fell in while
crossing the trestle. Xj tra
near the time at which the
occurred The family moved here
from Columbus. , about a vcar ago
BIG EDITION OF THE ARGUS.
Miss Jessie v. Kelly, ol Jt. l.iuis
arrived this morning on a visit with
fri;nds in the citv.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Avres, of Gen
eseo, who have been visiiiug at the
hnnm r f 4 Riinann loft tulav fiiT
in noodDil I
" K""- Albany. Wis
.eft todav for New Orleans to spend
the holidays with Mrs. McKairy
parents. Mr. McEniry incidentally
will attend to business matters in the
One of LarKt Ker Printed In Trl-Cltlea I SOUth, but will manage tO be with his
Appear Tonic lit. I family the greater part of the time
This issueof Tiik Ak;c.s isoneof thel'lhev will return about the lirst of
largest in size number of pages I the new year,
and circulation of any edition ever
turned out by a newspaper iu the tri- NEW SCIENCE HALL
cities. It is designed as an aid to DtDICAThDAT DAVtNPORT
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holiday shoppers as well as to appro-I The o3d anniversary of the Daven
priately celebrate the joyous season port Academy of Natural Sciences was
nun aiMDu. tt auounus in timeiy lea- celebrated last evening, with the
tuies this Chnstmastide. in the closing ,1o,iM)imi .s,.;nnni,,ii Kno ii;
u3 oi iaB century, ah iw.i ue luter- torium jU9t opened as an annex of the
ested in what the coming century has academJv voL Krederick Starr of
iu stuie. auu wnicagcriy scan tue lore- , :n:v.r,:f v nf r.hii. no. i.!.P
cast mat is civen, oa'-ea on me con- i :: i , , tU.
. . . . - i uuuuiMai pi'uaikci at cue ucuiuauuu
iiiiuuj niiu cvcuis eveiuii;u uy me ,ii:;: i.- .i,i
and lecturing on the Indians of Mex
closing century. It is the purpose to
plate a copy of tonight s issue in
everv home in uock l-laiul, regardless
of the regular subscription list.
THREE HORSES PERISH
IN FIRE IN BLACK HAWK.
A lire of mysterious origin about :
clock this morning destroyed the
new barn of Frank House, five miles
wedt of Milan. Three horses, about
twenty tons of hay and a quantity of
grain were consumed. 1 he loss will
reach f 1,500, with small insurance.
ico. rresuient JMaei-aan anu rroies
sor NuUing, of the state university o
Iowa, also spoke, and a reception was
held in honor of the visiting educa
Dec. 12. W. Hoffman to 1. Gar
rettsou, w.; nw Irac II: m swl 1:
ie frac ; I, frac s '. 'J, and eA ue 11,
lo. 6, 4w. fl.
Moline Water Tower company to
John W. Johnson, lot s. block V, Mo
line Water Tower company's seventh
add., Moline, .IjU.
Daniel Goodc to V. F. Slout. ivj
uw.j '; nwi ew z; nej o, K, .w, f 11,-
'Claus A. Krickson to Kcnvillc K.
Crone. lot 10. block 2. K. Walker's
ilace. South Moline, f -50. .
E. II. Guver to Sarah L. Itcad, lots
1 and '0, l iiivtrsity place, city of
Uock Island. oo.
A Ktvr llarKblim.
uni'jue initial papetrie
oOc, worth much more
All 10-ci nt games 7c.
All U5-ccnt games 15c.
Toy trunks worth 58c at 3."c.
Toy trunks worth $1.15 at '.Uc.
Picture easels worth 15c at i'5c.
1'ictun easels worth '.'0c at 50c.
At 50 per cent oft all collar and
ufl boxes, glove boxes, toilet sets,
having cases, photo boxes, and many
Watch us all week for bargains.
Oxford ami llagste bibles - icr
( ur juvenile books hnve all been
We have some special values in
We have a full line of diaries and
calendar pads for 1901.
(iKk;e H. KlNJM5l"KV.
AT CORNERSTONE LAYING
The laying of the cornerstone of
the new &tate normal school in Ma
comb Dec. arrangements for
which are rapidly being perfected
promises to be an elaborate event
The number of guests who will par
take of the banquet is expected to
be between :U0 and 100. Among the
inviteil guests are Gov. Tanner and
staff, all the state ollicers, all the
state ollicers-clect and the members
of both house of the legislature.
Those in this citv who -have been
honored with invitations to attend the
laving of the cornerstone, have been
subjects of 'mistaken administra
tive economy to the extent of 1 cents.
that being the sum due on same for
Kor Hla Chrlntniaa.
1'alaco cigar store
Is showing an excellent
Assortment of high class
Cigars, in exquisite holiday
Beautiful briar pipes.
Meerschaum pipes, beautifully
Carved, also plain ones,
Amber cigar holders,
Meerschaum cigar holders.
In fact everything that goes
To delight the heart of the
Smoker in holiday assortment.
At the Talaee cigar store,
Juat bared Ilia Life.
It was a thrilling escape
Charles Davis, of Bowerston. U.,
v had from a frightful death.
wo years a severe lung trouble
tantly grew worse until it seemed he
must ilie of consumption. Then he
began to use Dr. King's New Discov-
ry and lately wrote: -It gave in
t ant relief and etTected a permanent
ure. " Such wonderful cures have
for -5 vears proven its power to cure
11 throat, chest and lung troubles.
Trice 50 cents and $1. Every bottle
guaranteed. Trial bottles "free at
llartz & Ullcmever's drug store.
lirave Men rail
Victims to stomach, liver and
ney troubles as well as women.
feel the results in loss of appetite,
poisons in the uioou, backache, ner
vousness, headache and tired, listless,
run-uown ieeung. liut there s no
need to feel like that. J. W. Gard
ner, of Idavillc, Ind., says: "Electric
Hitters are just the thing for a man
when he doa't care whether he lives
or dies. It g&ve me new strength
and good appetite. I can now eat
anything and have a new lease on
life. Uulv .0 cents, at llartz &
Ullemcyer's drug store. Every bottle
If the average man would look him
self squarely in the eje, he would sec
at once that be need Rocky Mountain
Ten. A priceless boou lo men. For
sale ly T. II. Thomas, oo cents.
Bright eyes are an infallible index
to youth, nice windows from which
Cupid shoots his arrows. liocky
Mountain Tea makes bright eves. For
sale by T. H. Thomas.
l)eWitt's Little Early Risers are the
best liver p:lls ever made. Easy to
take and never gripe. IJ. H. Ule'btr.
llartz it Uileinejcr.
Aeff. Mver$ Sr CompuffP
Opposite Harper House,
IS21 SC0ID 1YE
The !erson who disturbed the con
gregation last Sunday by cough
ing, is rcuuestcd to call and get a
IVWitt's V.'itca Hazel Salve will bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar. I
quickly bcil the worst Luns and always gives relief. For sale by all
scalds and not leave a scar. It caa lc druggists.
applied to cut and raw surfaces with
prompt and aootbicg efTect. Use it When you want prompt acting little
for piles and tkin diseases. Beware pills that never gripe use DeWitt's
j of worthless counterfeits. B. H. Bie- Little Early Risers. B. U. Bieber,
i bcr, llartz & L'llcmeyer. llartz & bllemejer.
Arrangements for the reception and
entertainment of the Western Draw
ing Teachers' association, which
meets here in April, are being com
pleted by the local teachers in charge.
The association covers the entire
west and its annual meeting will
bring to this city upwards of tD0
teachers. The session will be held in
the high school buildiDg. One cf the
most attractive features of the afTair
will be an extensive exhibit of the
work done in drawing in the best
schools of the west.
The session opens Tuesday, April
15, and continues three uavs
ta Fricav of the same week, - the
Northern Illinois Teachers' associa
tion meets in Monne, and the two
gatherings will in all probability place
a thousand strangers upon the hospi
tality of the twin cities for the greater
part of the week. A joint meeting is
contemplated to be held here Thurs
Following arc the chairmen of com
mittees in charge of the arrange
Reception Mrs. Cora L Eistman.
Finance C B Marshall.
Music E. E- Philbrook.
Decoration To be appointed from
the Mothers' club.
Badges or t lowers Miaa Annie
Exhibits Abigail Dean, chairman;
Miss Wilson, of Davenport, and Miss
Seams, or Moline.
Correspondence and Invitation H
Railroads and Hotels J. F. Darby.
l'ress and Publicity S. J. Fergu
son. Hoard and Club Cooperat.
Supt. II. li. Hayden is president,
M. E Entriken secretary, and Mis"
Mary Piatt treasurer of the teachers'
executive committee. The board of
education has been asked to cooperate
as a special committee, and a com
mittee on reception and entertain
ment compo-ed of members of the
Rock Island Club is to be appointed
by President t. . Uahnscn.
STORIES OF THE STAGE
'Courting at Green's" played a re
turn engagement last night at liar-
pel's theatre bcfoic an audience that
would scarcely pay the orchestra and
ushprs. The play had lost nothing in
beauty ana lorce. una the meager
houic tritd to make up in apprecia
tion what it lacked iu numbers.
Manv, no doubt, were prevented from
attending by the chilling experience
of the previous evening, and it must
be said that the temperature of the
house last night did not olTer much in
the way of improvement. The chief
trouble seems to be the insuUicicncy
of steampip3s, aad broken- windows.
the latter occasioning a constant
A company of 16 well known per
formers will appiar a'. Hirp.;r's thci
tre toaiorrow evening in "McCarthy's
Mishaps." lhe ply is a red hot
Irish comely of the right kind. There
is real humor in every situation, be
sides specialties will be introduced y
the (ireater New York Girls;" the
famous child ariist. little Mabel; Miss
Pearl Si.er in her coon songs; the
Howard Trio" in their very funny
Ditch act, introducing funny sayings,
singing and dancing; Btrncy Fergu
son, ana l2rl Baker, the '-two Irish
Acrobats;" the Dymple " Sisters in
their original acrobatic songs and
lances, aud Dick Ferguson, the chain
pion buck dancer.
ChrlHtmaa Sujf ftmtloDH.
A 6uit, an'overcoat, a hat, smoking
jickcts, sweaters, four ln-hanu, pull
scarfs, uiulliers, fine hosiery and many
other useful presents. Call ana see
what a look will save vcu. M. & K.
Our lare and varied stock of Men's, Women's
and Children's Shoes presents opportunities for
Christmas ift-giving, which bear out the old
saying "useful as well as ornamental." Provide
for own family first, of course; but add to your
Christmas cheer by ordering shoes here for
somebody less well off than you.
. OPEN EVERY EVENING TILL AFTER C1IU13TMAS.
GEO. F. SGHIALE, PROP.
1705 Second Avenue.
Big Bargains in
s and Boys' Clothing
Men's $18.00 Overcoats
-h1 'Jz&JzLj JbLi.
With Each Boy's Two Piece Suit That Sells at $3.00 and
Upward, a Fancy Vest.
$5.00 Vestce Suits, ages 3 to 8,
Men's Ulster Overcoats, black, all wool, Q Qf
fancy lined ZrmzJXJ
SOMMERS & LAVELLE.
l802 St.Ond Avenue. One Prloe.
Paid Dmr for Ills I,eK.
B D. Blanton. of Tbackervillc.
Tex., in two years paid over $o00 to
doctors to cure a running sore on his
leg. Then tbev wanted to cut it off,
but he cured it with one box of Buck
ten's Arnica Salve. Guaranteed cure
for Piles. 20 cents a box. Sold bv
llartz & Ullemeyer, druggists.
Pure turtle soup at Chris V'ogel's
lacc. corner Twelfth street and Fifth
av""i- tomorrow night.
Fricassee! rabbit and turtle for
luncu i Ponce De Leon, opposite the
Opening lunch at 101 fourth ave
A Ktcu Cleur ttralu.
Vuur !est feelings, your social posi
un or business success depend large
ly en the perfect action of your stom-
chandiiver. Dr. King's New Life
Pills give increased strength, a keen,
lear brain, h gh ambition. A 25-
cent box will make you feel like a
new being. Sld by ILtrt. & Ulle
'XT O IX X J. .
FOR CHRISTMAS TIDE
and the holidays, and winter time
generally, we have provided for
yon the liucst cheviots, oxfords,
fancy tweeds aud cassimcres it
was ever your privilege to see at
E. J. Dorn's. (iocs without say
ing that we know how to make
them up just wanted you to
know what's here.
Dorn, the Tailor.
1812 Second Avenue.
Any lady would be delighted to receive one of our stunning mil
linery creations for a Christmas gift. We are selling all of our
hats and children's poke bonnets for the holiday season at money
saving prices. Make your selection now and wc will keep them
for you until you are ready for them.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Phone 1237 Cornsr Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.