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su-rclne from Heorla to Btilalo without obnge,
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Rock Island to Bo Well Repre
sented at Society's Na-
F0BTT LEAVE HERE BATUBDAY
r ore stars or vamp 2b Have a
Over forty Woodmen, including the
forester team of Camp 26. left the
city Saturday night to attend the
Woodmen head camp which opens at
St. Paul tomorrow.
A number from Davenport went
also and a special car was attached for
the forester team of Cedar camp of
that city and another for the team
from bore. The boys from this city
had their car gaily decorated Inside
and out. The local team is made up
as follows: Capt. S. R. Davis, chief
forester; 11. A. Potter, assistant
chief: R. II. McElwaio. Elmer
Johnson, Burt Robb, II. C. Welch.
Edward Petitt, W. J. McCarthy, John
Uolfshammer, Herbert C. Hnnt,
Thomas Jenkins, Edward K lttr,
Arthur A. Burt, Maurice Da Kay, D.
L. Hartman, Enil Schioberl, Robert
M. Hackett and Y. P. Mc(iuinn.
In addition to the above there were
amone those who left from here Mr.
and Mrs. James McNamara, J F.
Mungor, Dr. J. F. Myers, William
Wenks. J. r. Larkin. Mr. ana Mrs. O.
W. Gamble. William Andersen and
Uelesatea tiee Head Office.
The following delegates stopped on
their way to St. Paul for a visit at the
head office: W. S. Orav. W. R. Ford,
Broadraan, G. M Brvant, W. F.
Benson. J. P. Werner, H. A. Eyr
nan. J. P. Evans. E A. Wilcox and
A. M. Thornton from points in this
tate south; 1. J. Davis, A. L. i res
on, G. C. Murphy, J. E. Swanjrer
tnd Dr. W. H Wiley, of Missouri; D.
C Zink J. R- Haghes, A. L C Hay.
tr. B. Wickersham and O. E Rey
nolds, of Pennsylvania; W. H. Daob-
endick. of Nebraska, and L II. Tell-
rath, of Kacsts.
IOWA YOUNG WOMAN IS
HYPNOTIZED BY A SIGN
A Rock Island sign writer who lays
no claim to hypnotic power has, ac
cording to a Des Moines exchiue.
been working havoc in that burg by
means of one of his pictorial adver
tising sixns. The sign is one that is
exhibited in various places about th's
city and tho part that attracts atten
tion U a man with a piercing "i
a long linger pointing at you which
ever way you look at him. in a
house next to a vacant lot in les
Moines where one of these signs h
been erected lives a young lady who
has recentlv been attending exhibi
tions given by Prof. Flint, tho hypno
tist. Although she was not a subject.
tbe phenomena made a deep impres
sion upon ber and tho daily contem
plation of the sign in the next lot
soon brought affairs to a crisis. Tho
upshot was that she was placel in a
mesmr.ric sleep by the man with tho.
lone tincer ami has boin sent away to
a hospital far treatment while the
residents of the neignoomooa nave
petitioned the city council to oraer
tne removal of the sign.
noth Kinrrt In I.okIc.
"Torn." said n father to his son
whose school rr-port f1:owm1 him ,to
have boon mi Idle young uca nip, "what
mve you le-n etudyinR this term?"
"I-offlr. father." replied Tom. T can
prove you nre not here now.
"Indeed! How boT'
"Well. :you must be either nt Rome
"You are not nt Rome?"
Then you most l elsewhere. j
"And If you are elsewhere you clear
ly can't be here."
For answer tho father took tip a cano
that lay near and laid it smartly across
IiIm son's back.
"Don't:" cried Tom. "You are hurt-
"Not nt all. You have Jnst proved
conclusively that I am not here, so I
can't be hurting you."
Before bis stern parent bad quite
done with him Tom felt that there
must lo after all n flaw somewhere In
his logic London Tlt-Blts. j
An Early It leer.
Pot," said a manager to one of hla
workmen, "j-ou must be an early riser.
I always nnd you at work the first
thing iu the inorninp."
"Indade and Ol am. sor. It's a fam
ily trait. Ol'm thlnkln."
Then your father van an early riser
Me father, is It? He rolses that ear
ly that If he went to bed a little later
he'd meet himself gettln upIn the
A Rabelata Hoax.
Rabelais, being" out of money, once
tricked the police Into taklnc him from
Marseilles to Paris on a charge of trea
son. He made up some packages of
brick dust and labeled them "Poison
for the roysl family." The officers
took Rabelais 700 miles, only to be
told nt the end of their Journey that It
I was April 1 and tbe affair was a hoax.
, Of course, as Kabelals was tho priv
ileged wit of tbe royal family, be was
ferglven. . . t? j-
CONCERTS AT THE iTOWER.
Firet of Haaein by Peteraea'e Ortheetra
The 6rt In the summer series of
subscription concerts by Albert rter-
sen s orchestra Is announced to ocour
at Black Hawk on the evening of June
13. This is the fifth season that this
popular organization has famished
these deligbtfal entertainments at the
tower, snd an effoit is to be made to
make the coming series tho most at
tractive of any yet given. Tbe sub
scription list 'contains the names of
many of tbe best people of the thrfe
cities, insuring the success, socially
and financially, of the coming series
As usual, tbe concert, to last from 8
to 10. is to be followed by dancing till
PRANKS OF THE WIND:
PLATE WINDOW BROKEN
The heavy wind that prevailed lato
yosterdny afternoon did some damage.
Limbs were brokeu from tiees and
there was a general disturbance of
A bolt was worked out of one of tbe
iron braces that supports the large
awning at Simon & Moscd folder's
store and it dropped and was pushed
through the big east window.
Yesterday a wrecking train went
oat on the Peoria roal and picked up
the remains of a big barrel car be
longing to tbe Peoria & Hutchinson
Cooperage company that was blown
oiT the track near (iilva in last
Wednesday's storm. The car was in
the middle of the train, which was
going very slowly when tho accldont
occurred. A suddeu trust came along
and threw the big car over on Its
side. 1 ho train crew took oil one of
tbo trucks, clearing the track, coupled
up the remainder of the train and
DEATH OF MISS TOMLINSON.
Yonngr I.ady Well Known Here raeaee
Away at Orion.
Miss Gertrude Tomlinson, a young
lady who had many friends in Rock
Island, died at 6 o'clock Sunday
morning at her home in Orion, after
a comparatively shert illness with
tuberculosis. She was 20 years of
age and prior to her last illness
taught in tbe Henry county schools,
being considered one of the most suc
cessful of tbe younger members of
the teaching corps. She was also an
accomplished musician, was ambi
tions and bad a most promising
future. A sweet disposition and lov
able nature had won her the affection
ate regard of all who knew ber, and
her untimely demise will be sincerely
George. l:l-ycar-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Ruge, of Milan, dtod at
11 o clock last night after an illness
of two weeks with rbentnatini.
which settled in his heart. The fun
eral will be heltl at 2 o'clock tomor
row from the Presbyterian church in
tho village, with interment at Cbip
piaunock. M.III In TbrnninK Off Mall flase.
Tbo busiest clerk In any crew or car
Is tlu iinc who Is detailed to receive
and throw off tbo sacks and MUiohes.
To lift a heavy mall s.iek and throw it
from a ear tiiovius at the rate of a mile
n minute is n matter or goot target
shooting. "Ixioks easy enough," com
mented one f tho veteran clerks nt tho
letter ease. ,-;ind it dcs seem as If a
man should bo able to hit a station
platform without much difficulty, but
you see that station l& passed and prone
In nbovit one second. Then, the suction
of a train running nt this speed Is some
thing terrific, and until the knack of
throwing a pouch is learned a man Is
liable to feed the wheels with n few
letters." Saturday Evening Post.
Had What She Wanted.
Papa-There, there! You needn't
kiss me any more. Tell mo what you
want. Out with it.
Daughter I don't want anything. I
want to clve you something.
Inpa You do? What?
Daughter A son-in-law. Jack asked
me to speak to you about It. Philadel
Tcss 1 see n notice in the paper of
the wedding of Mrs. Nubrlde.
Jess Yes; I know her very well.
Tess Do you? What was her maid
Jess I suppose her maiden aim was
to get married. Philadelphia Press.
Captain John Smith never during his
lifetime succeeded in convincing the
English that Virginia was not an is
land. In vain he wrote home. "Vir
ginia Is no Isle, as many doe Imagine."
I.leene, d to Wed
William .1. Keller narennrrt
MissKenie li. Burns Davcnpwt
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You may as well expect to run a
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HURT III SALOON ROW
Several Disfigured in an Early
Sunday Morning Fight on
0TTSPID0ES ASD BOTTLES THE0W5
Combatants Turn up in Police
Court-Williams Held For
There was a bad rew at Banker's
aioon ou Fifth avenue about 2 o'clock
Sunday morning in which a dozen
men participated. When it ended
two or three of tho combatants need
ed fixing. Pop bottlos and cuspidors
were used with deadly effect and
broken glass was scattered about the
place. Otlicers Brinn and Taxman
were sent to tho scene of the distur
bance and arrested four men register
ing as John Smith, Peter Boss, Dick
Boss and Fred Boweine. This morn
ing Magistrate Johnson lined Smith
ft, the Bosses S3 each for disorderly
einduct and dismissed tho case
Monroe Bennington, a colored man,
assaulted Hugh Clark, engineer at tbe
Harper house yesterday, and this
morning stood for a fine of $3 in con
sequence. William Hound Over.
John Williams, tbe brass thief who
gave the police such a chase Saturday,
was this morning bound over to the
grand jury in the suiu of f400 for
larceny. Theeluu that was recov
ered was taken from the old paper
mill at Scars, ana a good shotgun
that was with the brass is missing.
Some of tbe metal taken from tbe
Buford mansion has been identified in
the junk ho sold at Klugger's, but
this chargo was not brought against
him at tho hearing, as there is no
prospect of his securing bail.
W. H. Bonner, the sewing machine
agent held to the grand jury for ob
taining money under false pretenses,
furnished bail to tbe amount of $100
today and was released.
E. F. POTTER APPOINTED
MANAGER D., R. I. & N. W.
The order has bcon issued making
E. F. Potter, now chief engineer, gen
eral manager of the D., R. I. St N. W.
to succeed E E. Hughes, who recent
ly handed In his resignation. The
appointment becomes effective June
15. I ho order was signed by 11 K.
Williams, president of the D-. R. I. A
N. W. and general manager of the C
M. A St. P.
Mr. Potter is an experienced rail
way man and is well fitted for the po
sition. He has been in the work for
many years and is a bright, progres
sive man as well as a genial gontle
man. With Charles E Sheriff in the
engineering department and James
A. Conwell as chief train dispatcher,
be is well equipped to handle tbe
business of tho line.
Some Rock Inland People Fully Realize
When the back aches from kidney
When urinary troubles annoy you.
There's a certain way to find re
A sure way to be cured.
Doan's Kidney Tills will do it.
Rock Island people Indorse this
John Taylor, of 743 Fourteenth
street, grocer, says: I bad a dull
pain in the small of my back, which I
attributed to the sluggishness of my
kidneys. There were no other symp
toms of kidnev trouble, but I was
anxious to get rid of it before further
complications set in which might bo
more difficult to check. Doan's Kid
ney Pills were brought to my atten
tion, and I obtained a box from fhe
Harper houso drug store. I took
them regularly, and although I only
used one box it was sufficient to cure
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Remember tho name Doan's and
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Crushed Fruits, Ice
Fourth Avo. & Twentieth St.
We Sell Bill's Roses.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
The Wrong Mr. Wright
Will not be found but instead the right one
if you go to WRIGHT'S SHOE STORI:
FOR SHOES. Odds and ends on our
bargain counter are trade winners. Come
and see them, ladies, Misses and chil
dren. Wright's Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
Your Uncle Samuel.
Hot weather furniture should be
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Uncle Simuel, for example, knows
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Our bed a, chairs and poreh furni.
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Fstete ol Charles P. Rjder. Jr , deeMd.
The nndernlirned hatrlDS' oen eppo"itd ad
ministrator of tbe estate of Charles P Ryder,
Jr. late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby lrc eotinetbat
he will appear before tbe county coartof Rook
Island county, at tbe eounty court room, In
tbe city of Rock Island, at tbe July term, on
tbe first Monday In July next, at which time
all persona bavin elalms attalnst eatd aetata
are notified and reqoeated to attend, for tba
purpose of having the same adjusted.
It persona indebted to said estata axe re
Quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this Stti day of May. A. D. 1901.
Joan C. U. Rsad. Administrator.
worn low, the oxford ties we are
at present offering will sUnd the
most critical inspection another
way of saying their appearance
is unexcelled, their comfort and
durability praiseworthy. Sum
mer shoes are here in great vari
ety. It is our pleasure to show
them to you.
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Open Wednesday snd Saturday
Estate of Guy II. Hitchcock, deceased.
' Tie undersljrned Baying tn appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Guy H. Hitchcock,
late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby rJves notice that he
will appear before tbe eounty court of Rock
tslsnd oouaty. at tbe eounty eourt room, in
tbe city of Kock Island, at tbe June terra,
on the first Monday in June next, at which
time all persons baring claims against aald
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having- tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Pated this IStb day of April. A. D. 1901.
C H. Hitchcock., Administrate