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THE AKttTTS. FimiAV, APRIL 12. 1901.
ggs at Easter
Are a familiar sight. They are looked for by the
little ones and each year the story of Bonnie Rabbit
and Brother Duck are told. A story that is al
ways new is the tale of the
Shield's Cash Grocery. It
household. Below you will find a few remind
PRESIDENT IS TO
BE HERE 111 JUNE
McKinley and Party
Spend Two Hours in
ION EETUBN IBOM THE WEST
fair price selling' at
interests the entire
Expected the Executive Will Also
Visit the Government
! t's Arsenal.
President McKinley will visit the
tri-cities on his return from his west
ern trip, Jane 11. He will stop in
Davenport one hoar, in Rock Island
REMAINS ARE HELD BY
DELAYING OF TRAINS
Through failure to make connec
tions this morninar at Omaha the re
mains of J. W. Qaillan failed to
arrive for burial today as announced,
Thev are expected at 6:40 this even
inf. in which case the funeral will
take place from the Memorial Chris
tian church at 2 tomorrow afternoon.
The funeral of William, the 10-month-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Maucker. was held from the home.
774 Seventeenth street, at 2 o'clock
vesterdav afternoon. Rev. Thomas
Mackin. assisted by the choir of St
Joseph's church, performed the burial
rites, and interment was made at
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman, who
live oa Eleventh avenue between Six
teenth and Seventeenth streets, died
at 9 o'clock last evening. The re
mains were buried this afternoon at
Fears per can Qq
Peaches per can jqq
Egg plums per can jqq
Green gage plums per can JOc
Blackberries, S ponnd can jQq
Blue berries, 2 cans jq
Apple butter, 3 cans 25c
Quince butter, 3 cans 25c
Peach butter, 3 cans 25c
Plum butter, 3 cans 25C
Rock Island or Davenport corn,
2 cans 5C
(85c per dozen.)
String beans, 2 cans . . .'.
Peas per can, 5c and up
Good red salmon per can 12lC
Dried apricots, per lb jqq
25 lbs. California prunes 1. 00
Dried peaches, 3 lbs 25c
Cal. figs, per package gc
Leader coffee, per lb IFic
Pure maple sugar, per lb 121 C
Japan tea, per lb 35c
Pint bottle catsup, 3 for 25C
Shredded cocoanut, per lb 17c
Jam In glass, 3 for 25c
Pancake flour, 3 packages for.. 25 C
Rio coffee, per lb jc
Corn starch, per package $q
Ricena, 2 packages j$c
Hoffman pkg starch, 2 for. . . . jsq
Sack salt. 10c size . .. q
Package raisins, per pkg Qq
15 bars Fairbanks soap 25c
Toilet soap, 2 bars for gQ
Toilet soap, 25c kind 15c
2 pack. Washing powder Qq
Chewing tobacco, per lb 25C
Smoking tobacco per lb 23c
Dry yeast, per package Jc
Large pickles, per gal -. JJc
Sauer Kraut, per gal IJq
Santos coffee, per lb 20c
Jo lbs of granulated sugar.. . . 1.00
- Am. u.'J
. . -
Prof. Richard MansiU went to At
kinson today. , '
Mrs. George Standard visited in
Mrs. J. J. Standard has gone
Canton, III.', for a few days' visit.
Bishop John M. Waldron, of Cin-
! cinnati, visited with Rev. C. O. Mc-
Mrs. M. V. Archer, of Twenty-
fourth street, has returned to her
home, after spending the winter visit
ing in different parts of the south.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hall went to
Rockford today to attend the funeral
of the former's mother, Airs, ij li
Hall, who died there vesterdav.
2532 FiTth Ave
Well Selected Line of
TVo Place Will
I S uits,
You Find Such a
fopTTiskt, 1930. by Charles A. Gray.
two hours, and in Moline 30 minutes.
While here he will undoubtedly
utilize the greater portion of his time
in a drive to Rock Island arsenal.
The information comes from Gen.
Sunt. A. J. Hilt, of the Rock Island
road, over which the president's spec
ial train will arrive from the west and
go to Chicago.
Schedule of Train.
The time mapped cut for the train
as given to the agents along the lino
today, is as follows: Leave St. Joe at
9:40 p. m. June 10, arriving in Dav
en port at 8:30 a- m. June 11; leave
Davenport at 9:30, arriving here at
9:40: leave here at 11:40, arriving in
Moline at 11:45; leave for
12:lo, arriving there at o:oU p. ru
The train in which the president
and party will travel will consist of
two compartment cars, and sleeper,
palace, observation, dining and
PITIFUL PLIGHT OF
A DESERTED WOMAN.
A joung woman giving the name
of Mrs. Olive Eatel asked aid of the
police under circumstances peculiarly
distressing last evening. She says
her maiden name was Clayton and
her story is to the effect that she
eloped from her home in Kansas last
Judo to be married. Her husband
brought her to this state, where the
couple went to wort lor a larmer in
Mercer county. Last January the
husband deserted and since that time
she has bten working for a family
named Brown in Milan, .using' in
delicate health, yesterday she was dis
larged and came to this city. Ihe
police found a place for her at the
Union Mission last night and today
she wasi taken to the county farm.
EIGHT-HOUR DAY IS
lne Moline contractors and jour
neymen carpenters came together last
night and arrived at an agreement for
e ensuing year, the workmen's de
mands for an 8-hour day and a mini
mum wage of 28 cents an hour being
acceded to. It is understood the
same scale will go into effect in each
of the three cities. .
NEW Q TIME CARD STILL
It now appears that the new time
table the Q is getting out will not
go into etiect uu unaay, April
21. Some very complicated ques
tions have " presented themselves in
connection with the details.
A gang of men began excavating
north of the depot today preparatory
to paving between the tracks.
This afternoon a party ol liurling-
ton officials headed by Supt. F. C.
Rice visited Davenport on a special
The old C, B. & (. depot has been
sold and its demolition will soon be-
111 POLICE COURT
Ida Dugard and Frank Medlock
Charged With Robbing
WOMAN IS HELD T02 LAECENY
Her Companion and Complainant
Fined for Disorderly
Ida Dugard and Frank Medlock,
both colored, were arrested last even
ing on a warrant sworn out by Charles
Weaver, accusing them of taking a
watch and a quantity of change from
his pocket. They were held under
bonds till this morning, Weaver also
being compelled to give surety to ap
pear on the charge of disorderly con
This morning Magistrate Stafford
placed the woman under f 100 bond on
the charge of larceny to await action
by the grand jury. Medlock was lined
$5 and Weaver $10 for disorderly con
duct. The two former went to jail
but the latter paid up. '
Ed Wilson, who was drunk and dis
orderly last night, was lined $5 today,
By the Sad Sea Watei.
A colored woman of this city, pass
ing under the name of Mary And
son. was found by the police on the
river bank at the foot of Sixteenth
street last evening, very drunk. This
morning she was lined $3 for disor
derlv conduct, which she paid.
EI Young, who lives on Eighth
street, reported the loss of a bav
mare from his barn last night. She
is supposed to have strayed away.
NEW BUILDING TO GO
UP ON THIRD AVENUE
It is understood that Capt. A. M
Blakesley intends to build on his lot
between tbe Blakeslee studio and the
building for which Blake & Murphy
are excavating on Third avenue. Like
the buildings west of it the proposed
structure will be a 2-story brick and
will till out the solid block.
u. A. Koester, wno last iau pur
chased the property east of the Tre
m an n block on lhud avenue, Is un
derstood to be waiting to have the
buaaing ne proposes to erect put up
during next winter.
Ex-HaabaDd Is Sued.
Mrs. Anna E. McLoskey, of Daven
port, has commenced suit against
Charles A. McLoskey, and asks judg
ment for $54t for boarding and aomg
washing for the defendant for 182
weeks, and $36. l; which she claims
she gave him in cash. The case in
volvcs a number of unusual features.
Mr. and Mrs. McLoskey were divorced
in 1896, subsequent to which time, it
is stated in explanation of the suit.
Mr. McLoskey received some back
pension money and bought himself a
ittle home, lie invited Mrs. Mc
Loskey and the children to install
themselves there, oflering to pav
board if Mrs. McLoskey would look
after the house ana liil the role of
landlady. She claiias that she faith
GUILTY TO LARCENY Ifully fulfilled her part of the contract,
G. Carr, who was held in I from April, 1897, until some time
as at the Big Store. Don't buy your Easter
Outfit until you see what we show. L. Adler
Bros. & Co.'s Clothing, Alfred Benjamin &
Co.'s Clothing, J. B. Stetson & Co.'s Hats,
and Guyer Mfg. Co.'s Hats.
Manhattan Shirts, Emery Shirts, in Fact
all the Best Makers' Goods can
be Found at
Od1 Fellow Officers.
The officers-elect of Ucal lodge Nc.
60S, I. O. O. F., were installed last
evening by Master J. F. Vin Home.
H. (j. bam ri. Davis.
V. G. J. B. Brown.
Secretary II. A. Totter.
Permanent Secretary J. F.
Treasurer Jonas Bear.
Warden E. Hansen.
Conductor S. Marschall.
I. G. Charles Peters.
O. G. John Gardner.
R. S. N. G J. Alberry.
It. S. V. G. George Senn.
L. S. V. G. J. W. Herbert.
K. S. S. Charles Johnson.
L. S. S. J. W. Dalber.
Chaplain J. S. Maslin.
Meeting of Doctors. .
'Ihe Iowa and Illinois Central Dis
trict Medical association held its quar
terly meeting last night at the Hotel
Sommers, Mohne. An interesting
paper was read by Dr. B. F. Hall, of
Kock Island, on "Malaria." Dele
gates were elected to the Illinois and
Iowa state and national medical conventions.
326 Flmno (it Ten Away.
The uniform rank, Knights of the
Maccabees, will give an entertain
ment next Wednesday evening at
Krell & Math's hall, on which occa
sion someone will be presented with
a f 325 piano. Good music, songs and
recitations will be the order of the
Mrs. J. no matter what causes
facial er options, absolute cleanliness
inside and out is the only way to cure
them. Kocky Mountain Tea taken
this month will drive them away. 35
cents. T. H. Thomas1 pharmacy.
Walter G. Carr, who was held
$200 bonds to the grand jury yester
day for stealing lumber from the
People's Power company, late in the
afternoon entered a plea of guilty
in the county court, and Judge Adams
fined him $15. Walter Lamb and Ulof
Anderson, two Moline boys who stole
money from a shoemaker's till, pleaded
sruilty of larceny and were al3o fined
$ 15 each. Sam Wilson, also of Mo
line, was sentenced to 20 days in jail
for stealing wearing apparel from a
A Great Newspaper.
The Sunday edition of the St. Louis
Republic is a marvel of modera
newspaper enterprise. The organiza
tion of its news service is world wide,
complete in every department; in
fact, superior to that of any other
Ihe magazine section is illustrated.
in daintily tinted colors and splendid
hall-tone pictures. Inis section con
tains more high class literary matter
than any of the monthly magazines.
The fashions illustrated in natural
colors are especially valuable to the
The colored comic section is a gen
uine laugh-maker. The funny car
toons are by the best artists. Ihe
humorous stories are high class, by
authors of national reputation.
Sheet music, a nign class, popular
song, is furnished free every Sunday
in the Bepublic.
The price of the bunday Republic
by mail one year is $ 2. For sale by
YOU KNOW US.
I had piles so bad 1 could tret no
rest 'nor find a cure until I tried De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. After us
ing it once, I forgot I ever had any
thing like piles." E. C. Boice, Soni-
ers Point, N. Y. Look out for imita
tions. Be sure you ask for De Witt's.
B. 1L BieUr and Hartz & Ulleuieyer.
To accommodate those who are
partial to the use of atomizers in ap
plying liquids into the nasal passages
for catarrhal troubles, the propri
etors prepare cream balm in liquid
form, which will be known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Trice, includ
ing the spraying tube, is 75- cants.
Druggists or by mail. The liquid
form embodies the medicinal proper
ties of the solid preparation. Cream
Balm is quickly absorbed by the mem
brane and does not dry up the secre
tions but changes them to a natural
and healthy character. Kly Bros., 56
Warren street, aew York.
Subscribe for Tax Asa us .
from April, 1897, until some time
last year, but that Mr. McLoskey
never paid a cent of board. In fact,
he borrowed money of his landlady
and never paid it back. So she asks
judgment for $582 13. George E.
Hubbell is her attornev.
Capt. Washington Hight, who win
tered at St. Louis, and Zack Suiter,
oi L.9 ciaire, arrived in tne city yes
terday to make the season as rapids
pilots irom tnts port.
The stasre of water at the Rock
Island bridge was 7.10 at 6 a. m. and
7.85 at noon. The' temperature at
noon was 47.
The Winona made her daily visit to
the local port.
At Young; & McCombj'.
Gum drops 4c per pound.
McFadden kisses, Saturday special,
10c per pound.
Tin cups, Saturday sale. lc.
Hose, ladies', 25 dozen fast black,
seamless, all sizes, 7c.
Children's black ribbed hose, sizes
5, 5J, 6, 6, only 3c pair.
Ladies' fast black, white foot hose,
'seamless heel and toe, special 12 c.
Ladies' imported, seamless, fancy
top hose, with black foot, worth 45c,
Our leader, boys' heavy, black.
ribbed hose, sizes 6 to 10, worth 25c
a pair, buy two pair and we give vou
one pair free.
Buy your garden seeds here.
A Raging, Roaring Flood
Washed down , a telegraph line
which Charles C. Ellis, of Lisbon,
Iowa, had to repair. "Standiag waist
deep in icy water," he writes, "gave
me a terrible cola ana cougn. it grew
worse daily. Finally the best doctors
in Oakland, Neb., Sioux City and
Omaha, said I had taken consumption
and could not live. Then I began
using Dr. King's New Discovery and
was wholly cured bv two bottles." Pos
itively guaranteed for coughs, colds
and all throat and lung troubles by
Hartz & Ullemeyor. Price 50 cents and
Licensed to TTed.
Ernest Donald. LodlDtr. lli
HAS Marj Greenwood LoOlagi 1U-
Davenport Furniture and
125-127 West Third Street, Davenport.
A Combination of the
Best Goods and the
attracts the trade to the Big Store.
We are the
.We show a hundred styles every
one 0 winner every one the best
that can be made for the money.
A new line. The
best line. 'Twas al
ways our stronghold,
you know. If you
want Rockers, come
where the Rockers are.
11 a 1
NEW IRON BEDS.
Beautiful productions, the
latest creations of the most
able designers all most
handsomely finished. Then
we have every grade at
. every price.
We want your trade on
Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums.
We want your trade on
Go-Carts and Buggie3.
We can tell you "What Men of Fashion will Wear"
this Spring and Summer ask us.
"A Miss is as Good as a
A true saying as applied to many things, but never more
than when applied to clothing. If it just misses a good
lit or just misses being in good stjle. you will never be
satisiied with it. That is why you always run a risk in
ordering your clothing from a. custom tailor. A slight
mistake may bo made in the cutting that will spoil the
whole effect" to you and yet cannot be remedied. You
accept the suit because the tailor caunot afford to lose it,
and you have a tender heart. Such a thing can't happen
if you buy a
STEIN -BLQCH Ready 'Tailored Suit or Top Coat,
You sec just how they look at once no chance of a miss.
Worth investigating, isn't it?
SOMMERS & LAVELLE.
1802 StADnd Avenue, Rock Island.
207 West Second Street, Davenport.
A CHURCH WEDDING
and several other quasi public
functions require the most
careful adherence to the latest
modes in dress. When we make
you a suit for dress or for busi
ness, you may depend upon it
that It will satisfy the most ex
acting man as to cloth, pattern,
cut, workmanship and fit. The
choice of patterns here is large
enough to suit all tastes.
DORN, THE TAILOR.
1812 Second Avenue.
The plienomenal Easter Trade enjoyed by the
Brandenburg Millinery store served to confirm the
ladies of the Tri-Cities in their confidence in this es
tablishment as headquarters for Correct Styles, Best
Materials and Lowest Prices. Each succeeding day
finds something new in Millinery. As fast as hats
are sold others equally pretty replace them. No
other store in the Tri-Cities offers so large and com
plete a collection to select from and such moderate
Brandenburg Millinery Store,
COBNES TWENTIETH STREET AND FOUISTH AVENUE.