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TUB AUGHJS, TnUKDAYrtTANOAKY P.l, 1001.
Birds of a Fealher
Some one remarked on reading a dis
patch stating tbat Fat Crowe bad
taken up bis abode among tbe In
dians at tbo Tine Ridge agency.
Is what the people in search of first-class
groceries do at Shields' cash store. The
quality of his goods and the prices serve as
a magnet. The economical housewife al
ways finds her time well spent in visiting the
BIG FIFTH AVENUE GROCERY.
For there she finds all that is needed to
make the table attractive. Fruit and poul
try in season. If you can't come to the
store, ring the telephone and we'll do the
rest. Read the list:
Pears per can IOc
Peaches per can . . . J0c
Egg plums per can JOc
Green gage plums per-can IOC
Blackberries, 3 ponnd can fOc
Blue berries, 2 cans 5c
Apple batter, 3 cans 25C
Quince butter, 3 cans. 25C
Peach butter, 3 cans 25c
Plum, butter, 3 can3 25C
Bock Island or Davenport corn,
2 cans -. 5C
(85c per dozen.)
String beans, 2 cans 15 C
Peas per can, 5c and up
Good red salmon per can. . ... I2c
Dried apricots, per lb JOc
California prunes, per lb 5c
Evaporated apples, 3 lbs 25c
Dried peaches, 3 lbs 25c
Cal. figs, per package gC
Ftione l'J5 S 7.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I liad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommerd to tbe
public that tbe doctor's anaesthetic U perfectly harmless for elderly people as well
the yours T O. Felts, M. U
1 had six teeth extracted without oaln. The doctor Is very cars ful in his ex
tracting. I recommend him highly. C. W. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pale Mrs. W. H.
Wise, Fourteenth street.
1 ba1 eitrht teeth crowned with paid and five gold flllinps. All work was abso
lutely painless Mlts Agnes lSergendabl, 59 Twenty-oixth street.
At one slttine I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all. Mrs. Martin Jaeobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My faci was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3--7 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST BED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2.50 nd nP
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
' Consultation Free.
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Pallors,
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
Here Is the Heater
T at will double your comfort and di
vide ycur coal bills Tbe "Jewel" Is
. made in several sizes, all constructed
on the same principle the principle
tha gives prodigality of beat with par
simony of fuel. Came and examine
Opposite Harper House
Pure maple sugar, per lb 121 C
Japan tea, per lb 35c
Pxnt bottle catsup, 3 for 25c
Sbredded cocoanut, per lb 17c
Mince meat, 4 packages 2J5C
Pancake Hour, 3 packages for.. 2SC
Rem ford baking powder, per
lb can 25c
Corn starch, per package SC
Ricena, 2 packages 15c
Hoffman pkg starch, 2 for. ... . 5c
Sack salt. 10c size 5c
Package raisins, per pkg IOC
15 bars Fairbanks soap 25C
Toilet soap, 2 bars for 5c
Toilet soap, 25c kind Jgc
2 pact. Washing powder Qq
Chewing tobacco, per lb 25c
Smoking tobacco per lb 23C
Dry yeast, per package Jc
Large pickles, per gal 7c
Sauer Kraut, per gal 7c
'532 Fifth 4v
FILLING $1.00 W"1 UP
For Cold Weather
There's nothing equal Jto Our Owrj"
system of steam and hot water beat
ing, costs a little rrore to put It In, but
costs less to operate. .It's convenient,
clean, reliable and satisfactory. Call
In and let as tell you more about it, and
show you how easily you can make the
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LEINBAUGH BOY DIES
Physicians Refuse Certificate of
Death and Coroner Orders
an Investigation. '
SAID TO EELY ON FAITH
Family Calls in Doctor After
Neighbors Register a
Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Leinbaugh, 532 Twentieth street,
died of typhoid fever at 3:30 this
morning. He was 13 years of age and
a student in the eighth grade at the
Lincoln school. He is' survived by
two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Orr, of Peoria,
and Miss Catherine, at home, and a
brother, E. E Leinbaugh.
The funeral services will be held
at 7:30 tomorrow evening at the
home, and early Saturday morniDg
the remain are to be shipped to List
Nation. Iowa, for burial.
The Leinbaugh family is the one re
ferred to in Monday's Argus as re
fusing, on account ot religions belief,
to call a doctor in the above case.
On tbat day complaints were lodged
with Dr. C. T. Foster by neighbors
and referred to the police, but no
action was taken. Tuesday Dr. E M.
Sala was called in by a neighbor as he
was passing by. He pronounced the
case typhoid fever and prescribed
medicine, some f which was taken
by the boy, against his will.
On going to make a call at tbe
Leinbaugh home yesterday, the doc
tor was met at the door by the child's
mother and told that his s r
vices were not needed. Accordingly,
when be received a summons to go to
the house late last night he refused
on the ground that the case had been
taken from his hands.
Dr. Foster was called this morning
and found the boy dead. He refused
to issue a death ceriiticate.
An loqnect la 1'rogress.
The refusal , of the physicians to
issue a death certificate made an in
quest necessary, and one is being
held at the home, beginning at 2:30
The family came here from Lost
Nation two years ago. Mr. Lein
baugh is a painter by trade, but
runs a lunch room on Twentieth
150 EXTRA WORKMEN.
The 8 hop force at Rock: Island arse
nal 'was today increased 150 men in
order to facilitate the delivery of ex
tra orders for equipinmt from the
Maj. Blunt states that he has al
ready secured the numbir of new
hands called for. This increases the
arsenal working force to 1,200.
SAW'SEVERS TWO FINGERS.
Charles Ellsworth Meets With Accident
Willie Catting Wo6d.
Charles Ellsworth, of Joslin, while
sawing wood, had the misfortune of
gettiDg bis band caught in the saw,
severing two fingers of the right
Ooruian Made Manager.
C. E Dorman. formerly bookkeeper
and cashier of the Hammond Packing
company, has been appoioted local
manager to succeed B. O. Giob, who
leaves tomorrow to assume his new
duties as inspector of branches. Tbe
new manager has been with the com
pany several years and his appoint
ment comes as a deserved promotion
S. II. Johnson succeeds Mr. Dorman
as bookkeeper. ,
The funeral services over the re
mains of Mildred E Johnson will be
held at South Park chapel at 2 o'clock
Miss Ida Swanson, aged 22. died
Tuesday at tbe home of her sister,
Mrs. Harvey ISiuiu, in Colona. Fun
eral services are to be held tomorrow
from the home of her parents. Mr.
an 4 Mrs. John Swanson, In Carbon
Cliff, and interment will be made in
Moline. ' -
Dr. Uollowbush Surprised.
A party of 20 ladies and gentlemen
dropped in quite unexpectedly npon
Dr. J IL Uollowbush at his residence
on Twenty-third street la9t evening.
Mrs. Hollowbusb having had an ink
ling of the aflir, was prepared, and
the evening was devoted to euchre.
The prizes were won by Mrs. W. S.
Pierce, Mrs. G. W. Burr, E. W. Hurst
and B. D. Counelly. '
Old People Made Isanc,
J. C. Sherman, the veteran editor
of the Vermontviile (Mich.) Echo, has
discovered the remarkable secret of
keeping old people young. For years
he has avoided nervousness, sleep
lessness, indigestion, heart trouble,
constipation and rheumatism, by
using Electric Bitters, and he writes:
"It can't be praised too highly. It
gently stimulates tbe kidneys, tones
the stomach, aids digestion, and gives
a splendid appetite. It has worked
wonders for my wife and me. It's a
marvelous remedy for old people's
complaints." Only 50 cents at Uartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store.
Licensed to. Wed.
Joseph Rove. Saerrard
Mifcs Adelaide v ooiey Sherrard
Into each -life some ruins must fall.
Wise people don't sit down and bawl:
Only fools suicide or take to llight,
Smart people tako Roiky Mountain
Tea at night.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy. -
ANOTHER SALOON CASE UP.
Circuit Court Occupied With Petty Dam
age Halts. -
A verdict was returned this morn-'
ing by the jury that yesterday heard
the damage case of Jesse Gar riga vs.
Charles Leenchncck in the circuit
court. The verdict was "not guilty,"
or in favor of the defendant.
Another damage case concerning
Moline parties and along the same
lines as the last two before the court
was taken up for trial this morning.
William' P.' Buchanan. Jr., sues Au
gust De Clerk and John Meys, for the
amount expended in caring for his
father, who sustained injuries in a
fall while intoxicated on liquor
claimed to have been obtained at the!
defendants' saloon. M. E. Sweeney ,
represents tbe complainant ana j. L.
Haas and W. A Meese tbe defendants,
MRS. HILCER'S TRIAL
SET FOR NEXT MONTH.
Mrs. Josephine Hirer's trial for the
murder of her husband is set for Feb-'
ruary at Cambridge. She is a model ;
prisoner. She has the confidence of
cii.tMfr c,:n v. iA9 kA. ... ..it. f
in the jail yard occasionally.
A. S. Brewer, her uncle atTampioo,
is succeeding in finding funds for her
defense. He insists tbat she is in
sane. Mrs. Hilger makes fancy work
by the hour, sitting In the women's
department iu the jail corridor. A3
she works, she gently rocks and croons
C. J. Searle is back from Macomb.
C. F. Lynde was in Springfield yes
terday. L. Simon left for the east on a busi
ness trip today.
Miss Emma Haack has gone to Chi
cago to make r er home.
Miss Mae Corcoran left at noon to
day for a visit in Chicago.
Ernest Wagner is convalescent after
a siege with typhoid fever.
Miss Mabel Pottigcr,' who has been
ill for a week with erysipelas, is able
to be out.
Mr and Mrs. Gaorga. .Bicr, of
South Heights, are the parents of a 9-
Mrs. Max Kautz and Mrs. B. Winter
have gone to Ottuniwa, la., for a few
Adam and John Vogel. of Falls
City, Neb., are in the city visiting
relatives ana mends.
Miss Helen Brinton and Bradford
Brinton, of LaSallc. 111., arc visiting
Miss Irene Kosen field.
Miss Alice McAvoy, of Jackson
ville, who has been visiting with Mrs
Grace Mackin, returned hoiue today.
J D Col ier and his son J V. Col
lier, who have lately beenl eruploj ed in
cwu-strwctloti woi k on the-G-& N road
at Ogden, Iowa, are viailingln the city.
Robert Kexdtle. supreme orator of
the Fraternal Tribunes, left todav for
Belvideere and Apollo on business
connected with tne order, llereports
the season an exceptionally busy one
in his work.
JOHN HAUSCH'S MONEY
IS SAFE IN DENVER.
A. letter from Denver states that G
W. McCaskrin. who went to that
place to look up the money supposed
to Lave been deposited there by tap
late Join Haucb, has fuund a sum
left in the name of Hrinsch and ha
had an administrator appointed
- How He Earned FrcaUfant.
1 must Lave walked the streets (of
Richmond) till after midnight. At last
1 became so exhausted that 1 could
walk no longer. I was tired, I was
hungry, I was everything but discour
aged. Just nbout the time when 1
reached extreme .physical exhaustion 1
came upon a portion of a street where
the board sidewalk was considerably
elevated. I waited for a few minutes
till I was sure that no passTsby could
see me and then' crept under the side
walk and lay for the night upon the
ground, with my satchel of clothing for
a pillow. Nearly all night 1 could boar
the tramp of feet over my head.
The next morning I found myself
somewhat refreshed, but I was ex
tremely hungry, because it had been a
long time since I had bad sufficient
food. As soon ns it became lijrht enough
for me to see my surreundhigs I notic
ed that I was near a large ship and
that this ship seemed to be unloading a
cargo of pig iron. I went at once to the
vessel and asked the captain to permit
me to help unload the vessel in order
to get money for food. The captain, a
white man, who seemed to be kind
hearted, consented. I worked long
enough to earn money for my break
fast, and it seems to me, as I remember
it now, to' have been about the best
breakfast that I have ever eateu.
Booker T. Washington In Outlook. .
"You bavo not gone to Europe, then,
as you expected?" said Mrs. Fosdick
to Mrs. Spriggs.
"No," was the reply. ."It is so diffi
cult for Mr. Spriggs to leave his busi
ness, and really 1 couldn't go without
him. And then I read the other day
about a ship that broke her record.
Think how dreadful It would be to be
on a ship in the middle of the ocean
with her record broken!" Detroit Free
Th Masculine Trt.
Cholly Oh. yes, young Getlhar is
rich and received in good society, but it
is plain to see he is not to the manner
May How is that? -Cholly
He can't get into a hansom
without hitting his eilk bat to save bis
HIGH SCHOOL CLUBS
New Scheme for Literary Society
' Work is Inaug
urated. ALL STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED
Large Range of Subjects to Be
Covered Three Meet- i
A new scheme for literary society
work has jnst been adopted at the
high Echool. Experience has shown
it to be a dillicult matter to inaugur
ate and maintain literary societies
under the existing conditions. It is
hoped tbe plan just formulated is well
adapted to the conditions and the
needs and tastes of the pupils. - The
general plan includes two distinct
parts. The first part contemplates
tbe formation ot all students into
clubs of various natures consisting of
about twenty members each. Etch
of these clubs will be in charge of a
teacher and meet three Fridays in
every month. There are 11 distinct
clashes of clubs, each doing work of a
different nature from the others.
These classes of clubs are:
Debating clubs, science clubs, his
tory clubs, political science and eco
nomics clubs, parliamentary practice
clubs, literary clubs, commercial
clubs, art clubs, mathematics clubs,
music club, philology clubs.
Good Speakers to Be Heard.
This range of subjects is designed
to appeal to all. The second part of
this plan provides for the rendition of
a general program before the whole
school once in every three weeks, the
best productions and speakers from
the various clubs being given places
on this program. Special attention is
to be given to debatiug and extem
poraneous speaking. The public may
be invited later to witness the results
of this plan.
ROCK SUPPLY PILING UP.
No Market Vet Found for l'rodact of
About 30 perches of rock have been
cracked in the county workhouse.
It is broken into pieces about the size
of a walnut and piled in a corner.
Sheriff Cralle thinks the inclosure will
hold 100 perches before step j will have
to be taken to find a place to dispose
of it. - Xo market has been offered so
far, but it is thought when spring
opens there will be no trouble in get
ting rid of it at such a figure as will
let the county out even, at least.
The pen presents a busy appearance
these frosty mornings, for it's a case
of work or'frcezo to the dozeor more
parties doing penance there. They
divide there time between -cracking
roek and picing about at a hot foot
jjiit to keep up circulation. Constable
i-orge W Sample is on duty as guard
in pla -n of John Cleland. under whose
watchful eye three prisoners made
An Ample Kitchen.
What is said to be the largest kitchen
In Kngland Is that of Uaby Castle, the
fceat of the Duke of Cleveland. It is 30
feet square, having three chimneys,
one for the grate, a second for the
stoves, and the third for the great
caldron. The roof is arched, with a
small cupola In the center. It has five
windows, from each of which steps
descend, but only in one instance to the
Coor. and a gallery runs round the
whole Interior of the building. The
ancient oven has a diameter of 13 feet.
Vast as this kitchen is, it must have
been sometimes taxed by the hospital
ity of former ages, for in one of the
apartments of the great castle 700
knights -were upon one occasion enter
tained at the same time. And the
knights of that day were men of brawn
and sinew, who would think lightly of
demolishing, each man of them, five
pounds of beef, half a sucking pig. a
venison pasty or two, washed down
with huge flagons of brown October.
New York Tribune.
The real and personal taxes for the
year 1900 are due. Parties owing
personal tax having - no real estate
will be expected to make immediate
payment. The law in regard to the
collection of personal taxes will be
strictly enforced, tersonal property
tax should be 'paid without delay to
save costs, trouble, etc. Uuice witn
Hull & Hemenway, real estate and in
surance agents, room lo, Mitchell &
ltoctclen't Arnica Salve.
Has world-wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve,
lotion, ointment or balm for cuts,
corns, burns, boils, sores, felons,
ulcers, tetter, salt rheum, fever sores,
chapped hands, skin eruptions, in
fallible for piles. Cure guaranteed.
Oaly 25 cents at Uartz & Ullemeyer's
Vitality, nerves like steel, clear
eyes, active brain., strength, health
and happiness come to those who
take Rocky Mountain Tea, made by
Madison Medicine company. 35 cents.
T.' H. Thomas' pharmacy.
If young ladies think sores, pimples
and red noses look well with a
bridal veil and orange blossoms
it's all right. Yet Kocky Mountain
Tea would drive them away. 35
cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
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It Tickles Him
To find a shoe comfortable to his foot and at
the same time in accordance with the latest
mode and therefore "stylish" a shoe which is
well made, fairly priced, manufactured from
good stock. The shoe that merits these en
comiums hailed from Schmale's. We back up
every statement we make about pedal covering
in away thats convincing.
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS.
GEO. F. SGHMALE, PROP.
1705 Second Avenue.
of the Town.
Our Slaughtering Low Prices on Clothing.
MEN'S OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS, 25 PER
Men's suits $S.50. $9.50. $ 10. $11. $7 GO
Men'd suits, $25, $2.5 50, 22, $18 00
Men's sweaters, $1.75, $2, $2.25. j 4&
Men's sweaters, $1.50, $1.35, $1.25, OQ"
all go OU
Beys' knee pants suits, $5, i. Z
$5 60, $(i 4P
Men's stiff bosom shirts,
all large sizes
I So 2 St. ind Avenue;
Looking Over Our
DORN, THE TAILOR.
1812 Second Avenue.
That the ladies of this vicinity appreciate nice millinery has bec n
demonstrated by the patronage given tbis store since the opening
display of the styles last September. Business began with a rush,
and the interest has been maintained in a manner gratifying to us,
and. we believe, to the advantage of our patrons. Christmas marks
the beginning of what is usually considered the dull season in the
millinery trade, but we will keep in touch with the latest ideas in
the world of fashions, and thus maintain tbis store as the center pf
feminine Interest in the three cities in all things pertaining to fash
ionable headgear, hair ornaments and veilings.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Phone 1237 Corner Twentieth Straat and Fourth Avenue.
Novelties in Woolens
you may be absolutely sure of
finding something to suit you, no
matter what your taste may ba.
We show such a variety of pat
terns that everyone is sure to ba
pleased. Bear in remembrance,
please, that the cloth is only one
item with us designing, cutting,
honest and skillful "putting to
gether" are factors in making
you a satisfactory suit.