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TILE AHOTJb FIIIAT. SEPTEMBER 57, 1901.
trseas Bask Island. 111. I "
OstolBoe M aeeoad-class t&fttwci
AH! OF J. W. W
terms Deny: 10 Pr 'r
ll oo per annum la advance.
AU eonununleetloce of polltleal or ftrrnmi -tatlv.
character, political or
have real name attached lor publication. No
oca anloi wUl f printed orsr bbUUom ut-
comsponaeneo solicited frOM TVtj
kip la Rock Island county.
Friday, September 27.
It is said that King Ojcar will send
one of his sons to represent Sweden
and Norway at the Louisiana Pai
chftse exhibition at St. Louis.
The old world monarchies are vast
ly pleased because America has at last
awakened and indicated a disposition
to purge the countrj of anarchy. This
land has been the asylam for these
outlaws long 'enough.
The republicans of New Jersey de
nounced anarchy. This is proper.
But hd not the same party in the
same state better renounce the trusts
too. and adopt incisures to rid the
country of the hot-bed of two evils.
A handsome stone chapel has been
erected at Ticonderoga. N. Y.. tor the
use of all evangelical denominations.
The erection of the chapel is the out
come of a christian unity movement
started by H. A. Moses, who contrib
uted generously toward defraying the
cost of the structure.
Johx T. Stewart is ca'led the rich
est man in Knsas. bis wealth being
estimated at nearly $2,000,000. He
owns ISO quarter sections in Sumner
county, wnere he lives, and his rent
als are said to be $50,000 this year.
Mr. Stewart was an oflice boy in
Wichita twenty years ago.
Czolgosz's collapse when he saw
the grim walls of Auburn prison this
morning and his f aar and terror when
he realized that he was approaching
the end. developed the real' coward of
his contemptible nature. Uis caper
today again demonstrated that he
is a typical anarchist red handed,
devilish, heartless and treacherous
when it comes to others but abso
lutely without courage in meeting
the penalty for his deed. No wonder
the anarchist wants no law.
The frauds in Savanna harbor work
for which Capt. Carter is now under
going imprisonment at Fort Leaven
worth netted that interesting Indi
vidual over $700,000. He did not
waste his stealings in riotous living,
but endeavored to invest them in
some safe way, s6 that if the mis
chance of retribution should overtake
him he would have something to start
anew with on emerging from a con
Up to the present time the govern
ment officials who have been seeking
to discover Carter's planted securi
ties and investments have found
scarcely more than one-half of them.
The audacity which robbed the gov
ernment openly was evidently sup
plemented by a cunning that, has
balked every effort of the department
of justice to recover the plunder.
The trial of the Buffalo assassin
progressed so rapidly that it is the
record trial of the kind for shortness,
and yet every privilege was given the
prisoner's counsel to protect his
rights under the law. Nevertheless
it is a precedent of great value and
farreacning that the rights of an an
archist under the very laws which all
anarchists claim not to respect and
revile should be thus carefully re
spected in every step. The whole
trial was conducted in such manner
as to rebuke anarchy by admitting
only such " evidence as the law re
quires in cases of this character. No
opportunity was permitted for posing
or tero making on the part of the
prisoner. He was given justice and
given it quickly. Ihe outraged state
seeks its part of the justice just
JUSTICE AXU MERCY SHOULD PRE
VAIL. It is written that the sins of the
father are visited upon the children.
In the case of Czolgoez, the assassin,
the penalty of the abominable crime
has come home to torture the father
and brothers and sisters. It is stated
from Cleveland that the members of
the family of the anarchist who took
President McKinley's li'e are being
persecuted and ostracised because of
the crime, and that in the place
where they reside his father, brother
and sister have been discharged from
their employment, and their neigh
bors treat them with harshness and
cruelty. This may be natural enough
as a manifestation of the passion for
revenge that has swept over the land
in consequence of the terrible crime
Czolgosz committed, for resentment
is blind and rage is indifcriminatlng.
In their wrath the people strike at
the first object they fee and without
regard to where the blow falls.
Bat such anger ought quickly to
ss. and the Czolgotz family should
a left unmolested to pursue such
bread-winning vocations as they may
have. They are subjects for com
passion and pity rather than fcorn
Tha- assassin of the president did
not l&aru. anarchy at home. H has
told that Emma Goldman w as his in
structor and that it was her ideas he
attempted to put in pract toe. His
kindred are not persons of tbiatstiipe,
and so far as known are perl eotly law
Let justice and mercy jJ revall in
Ren, Hot AdTrrb,
When General Grant wiuu in Chins,
nays a contributor to Short; S Stories, be
Journeyed by water from Ulien-tsiu to
vPekJnp. One morning there was no
-vy;uk1, 1 and the coolies, waUJug along
thrter bank, pulled the fbousebont.
Tbey aiade little progress, und linnlly
the geiA'ral calleIh!s Clilrlese KtTvaut
"Boy, Vvhy for tlie-se ootflies no can
walkee inL're fast?"i
"Must tajkee lotriler the boy re
TbegeneralAtblnkllng the boy's mean
ing was that be boi lid speaJc In a tone
the coolies could oMcrlicnr, raised bis
.voice and repeated:
"Why for tbeeeo lies no can walked
To -which the LvJjfimixrrturbably an.
severed as before.W'Must talkee low
der' Several times tb'H dialogue was re
pea ted, and GenerrQ Grant did talkeo
louder.tiDtil be fall ty shouted.
At last the boy ;Iightly varied fhls
response: "No casi n speak so bitf.h,"
be said. "More bett ?r tjl.k.lowde r."
Our bero was just ibesinning to feel
like Alice in Wondeijand when (a ray
of light seemed to .flash across the
wind of the boy.ianrti.be rusbedito the
end of the boat.1 sefcu'd Oie captain's
arm and, dragglug jrfhini to General
Grant, exclaimed 3 f
"This man belougj rpidgin English
for 'Is'J lowder; JusfJ now cau talkee
General Graut eaw f! he Joke. On Chi
nese .boats tbe-captasi is called "low
der r .
y D-a4t Gstlcb.
A ravine In the norj beast corner of
Tellowstoue National '.park, in Wyo
ming, is kuowu bjj thole living neariby
as Death gulch. KJrcM'Boiue as Is filie
name. It Is exceedlnsJy.'appropriate... It
Is a V shaped trench cut In the moun
tainside and begins about 250 Jfeet
above Cache creek- A ppn rentier it
forms a natural sboQer for the leasts
of the forest, as food water and shelter
are there, but mtraSnce to the ulcb
means death to any; animal, for the
poisonous vapors tlust rise out of the
ravine are more deadly titan the 'bullets
of the huntsmen.
For ages this death-trap In the ltocky
mountains bas probably been luring the
inhabitants of the forest to theiodoom.
With the rains of spring the bones of
the dead of the preceding year are car
ried down to the creek and the gulch
cleared for the death harvest of the
summer and winter.
The geologists say that the lavas
which fill the ancient fetasin of the park
at this place rest upon the flanks of
mountains formed of fragmentary vol-
cauic ejects. Gaseous cuiauatioua are
given out In great volume. These come,
the scientists say, from deposits of al
tered and crystalline travertine mixed
.With pools In the crHfc. Above these
'deposits the creek cuts into a bank of
Bulphur. In the bottom of the gully Is
a small stream sour with sulphuric
No wonder the poor animals seeking
shelter in the guldi meet death there.
A Cirltmn Trap
A curious labyrfnth In which ele
phants are captured alive i to le seen
near Ayulliia, foruuniy the: capital of
Siani. The labyrinth is formed of a
double row of immense tree trunks set
firmly In the ground, tlie space between
them gradually narrowing
Where it beglus. at the edge of the
forest, the opening of the labyrinth. Is
more than a ndle wide, but as It ap
proaches Ayuthia it becomes so nar
row that the elephants cannot turn
Suspecting no danger the wild ele
phant enters the broad opening at the
forest end, lured on by a tame elephant.
The gradual narrowing of the bound
aries is not ' observed until the ele
phant finds himself .in close quarters.
Having reached the end of the laby
rinth, the tame elephant is allowed to
pass through a gate, while men lying
in wait slip shackles over the feet of
the captives. The 6port is a dangerous
one, for the enraged elephants some
times crush the hunters ' under their
The prosecuting attorney in a law
suit bad waxed especially indignant at
the defendant, whom be characterized
as an "abandoned, baneful, cynical,
diabolic, execrable, felonious, greedy,
hateful. Irresponsible. Jaundiced, knav
ish, lazy, meddlesome, noxious, outra
geous and profligate rowdy."
"The learned conn sol on the other
side," said the attorney for the defend
ant when he rose to reply, "should
have put bis adjectives in a bat and
shaken them up a little before using.
You must have noticed, gentlemen of
the Jury, that they were in regular al
phabetical order. This shows that be
selected them from a dictionary, be
ginning with 'a,' He stopped at p,
but in bis manner of reproducing them
he bas given us the 'cue' as to bow be
This turned the laugh against the
other lawyer, and be lost the case.
A Brlcht Jnry.
In a larceny case In Maine it was
agreed to go on with only 11 men on
the jury. The trial lasted several
hours, and then the jury retired to
deliberate upon the evidence and find
a verdict. After being out four bours
the jury reported that It could not
agree, and accordingly it was dis
charged from further duty in the case,
and the prisoner was remanded to the
JaiL. A little later tie attorneys for tie
reFfOPdent' "grt: "atr'Qp'- of -'tins ' 1nr
men and asked him how the vote stood
in the Jury, room.
"Well' said he, "we balloted about
20 times, and each time there were 11
votes for conviction, but at no time
could we get 32 votes for conviction, so
we bad to report a disagreement,"
A Bit of Bonrrf Dialogue.
This gem of metropolitan English Is
vouched for by the New York corre-
pponaeut or me I'lttsourg commercial
1 heard this bit of dialogue between
two Bowery Loodlums the other day:
Said one as be jtolnted to bis shiny
black trousers: "Oh, Chlmiuy, boweber
like me blacks?"
"Ad right," was the response, "but
dey ain't cx good ez yer lightest,"
CS'wan, yer guy; git wise. Dese is
dqfse, only 1 bad 'em dyed."
'And then they got aboard a car.
miow to Qalt
bstitute cure" is worthy of
the attention of sufferers. We have a
citizen of Mobile who has tried it. He
was an inveterate chewer of tobacco.
17 e stopped chewlns and took to chew
ing a pine ntick. lie always bas this
bit of wood between his teeth, in wak
ing hours at least. He bas not tasted
tobacco in many years. Mobile Reg
"Why do you wander aimlessly from
place to place?" Inquired tile philan
thropist. "Well," answered Meandering Mike,
"eight hours' sleep a day Is enough for
anybody. And we's gotter do soiaet'ing
wit do other 10 hours, ain't we?"
Customer Waiter, It Is nearly half
an hour since 1 ordered that turtle
Walter Sorry, sir. but you know how
slow turtles are, sir.
TIPS FOR TRAVELER.
Very low rates to Buffalo, N. Y., and
return via the C, K- I. & P. railway.
Call at the city ofiice, 1813 Second!
avenue for full information regarding
C. R. I. & P. railway passenger ser
Springfield and return at half rate
via R. I A P. railtvav. account state
f.ir. Tickets on sale Sept. 28 to Oc
tober 5. Return limit Oct. 7. Soe
cial 1-day excursion, Thursday, Oct.
, z ior me rouna trip.
13 to Buffalo Pn-American and Ra-
Via the Nickel Plate road, daily with
limit of 15 days; 20-day tickets at $16
and 30-day tickets at $21 fjr the
round trip. Through service to New
fork and Boston and lowest available
rates. For particulars and l'an-Amcr
lean folder of buildings and grounds,
write Jotn V. Calahan. general agent,
111 Adams street, Chicago.
15 day tickets for $13 via the Nickel
Plate road, 20 day tickets $16.
Lowest rates to all eastern points
John Y. Calahan, general ajent. 111
Adams street, Chicago. City ticket
oflice 111 Adams street, Chicago.
Kxteaalon of Limit
on Buffalo Pan-American tickets via
Nickel Plate road. $13 for round
trip, tickets good 15 days; $16 for
round trip, tickets good 20 days.
Three dailv trains with vestlbuled
sleeping cars and lirst-class dining
car service on American cm o plan
Meals ranging in price from 35 cents
to $1. Address John X. tjalanan,
general agent, 111 Adams street,
Low Round Trip Excursion. Rate to San
September 19th to 27th inclusive.
the C, R. L & P. Rv. will sell round
trip tickets to San Franoisco at very
low rates, acoount meeting general
convention bpiacopal church.
Return tickets good any time be
tween October brd and November
15th. Stop-over allowed at points in
Colorado, Wyoming, Texas, Montana
and Bri sh Columbia, or west of
there. 'J rough Hrst-class and tour
ist sleeping cars from Uock Inland to
For full' particulars call - at city
ollice, lHl iccona avenue, or tele
f0 HI' lfcfcPWals. lUfcCwaaaA
l-" ft (MUk at tea M an i. .a. aWa fWam tart
RUGS MADE TO ORDER
Formerly connected with the
Union Mission. Has em
barked in business for him
self at 2117 Fourth Ave.
Orders promptly tilled and
delivered. Work guaranteed.
The Wonderful Medium
Will be at street number for 10
days to give sittings from 9 a.
m. to 5 p m. daily. Will hold
public circles Tuesday and Thurs
day evening at 8 p. m. Sittings
50u, full trance sittings $1, cir
cles 15o. Be sure and call uu this
. wonderful woman, -.
- 1327"Eecond. Avenue. -
x Corner Second Bad Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
j Our agent will be at tne Li van port
vi pans wnicn wnen prewuvau at mo o
A Two Free Ferry Ticket. Coupons
WJ Q-Sn n 11.ir . m unit 2-0(1 t.n A-flO
n Tne public is cordially invited to
oi ran ana winter iii:uaerj. uesiaes our oia corps oi experienced
trimmers, whave engaged the services of
. ii . t . m.ii;
Madame He aid
r. uae ot the most expert miuineis
V licaiu UBS uau u muo gauci ituto au u? .u&vuuvav xuiiuuci t comiu13u-
. men's, and we are extremelv fortunate in securing her services, a
Without doubt we will excel all
Cb U J Owir Ul b v d AU u v v as J
k? Madame Ileald bas the rare
ing bats at snrprifcingly low prices.
J ' f;rfihl)fe'a Mnif)l!ri Or. lipstm will
ts the most
is brewed from
Onr dnint.T buok of
Bottled at the Brewery
WANTED SITUATION BY A YOUNG
lady, to do addri tng, writing, copying
or osslsant in oflice. High school graduate.
Address Miss II. Jobosoa, 1-10 Third street.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OP SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-tirth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avonues. Address "D," A aoca
LOST AND FOUND.
TOST A MYSTiC WORKER LODGE
J book, on Seventh avenue about Twenty
fifth street. Finder return to aruds omce and
ba rewarded. .......
W"aNTKD RELI A IJLE LDTOU GEN
tlnnian as general office aucot for ciihr
Davenport, Kiwrk Jtland or Mnllne Small
aital rcriuiri'd for orr.pwiary Kiock of goods
IVoIHh will exceed fl.VJ mii.tlily. AOdroMi
"1'rorttablc trc Leader (.nice, Dawnport,
MONEY TO LlA
TONEY TO LOAfJ IK ANY. AMOUNT,
XI L on cy kind of security A1m oboloe
proporty for sale and rent. W. L. Ooyne,
tM Seventeenth street, up stairs.
Ur ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
mutleal instruments, bicycles, olothing, dry
roods, furniture, eta. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods ol all kinds also
The above goods for sale at naif the usual
store prices. AU business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
Ifca Sooond avenue Don't forget It J- w.
Jonas. Two rings on IMt
ARE YOUR HANDS TIED?
I Vl TOU
to give jou
in rnurown bus
tesi ? I o TOU
want to 1 ' rti
how to imprcira
mnr imt-ttinn f
life by taking i
v 1 ;tf.l'..-in .
Wc Teach You by Mail.
259.000 Stutfsatt KOW.
the Intonation?! XorrescondercB Schools.
SCRANTOH, FA. '
trtvi.i r f ,..
Si!1? Wi !
Streets, Davenport, Iowa, vf
landing and will distribute cou-
ision store win eniuie you lo
will be distributed each day from .
Friday and Saturday.
be present and inspect our showing
- , i .
mat couia oe secured Aiaaame
previous millinerv displays and pass v
vuicvti -a -m
knack of making artisticand bac jiu- v
furnish music for the occasion.
delightful quality a beer can
uui vixiy mams 11 niui riiiiy
ing in taste, but is proof that it is rich in
OH EM I AM
"Kin 2 of all Bottled Beers."
choicest imported Bohemian
hops. A family beer without an equal.
hundreds of physicians.
A. D. I1UEIX(!, Rock Island, Illinois.
raennn "Scmp n?rmnn Siipperw." fre on
renuesl. me Ancrlcku urcuini: .., 91. lwu,
Oaiy. Never sold in Bulk."
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
T7TOR SALE A NEW BARN FOR SALE
V cheap If taken at once. Inquire at 528
FOR SALE TWO HEATING STOVES
and other furniture.. Apply tiI3 Twenty
FOR SALE A TONY AND CART BY C.
D Koscniicld, Nineteenth street and
UKR SALE A CIIOICE I0-ACRE FRTTIT
A? farm for sale In South Rock Island. Fine
ly Improved, bee Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
laundry and oilier lin s of business.
iSistmaa & Co., 1714'i second avenue.
"fTIOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
A hand house licatint; boiler, m;u fcrclm:.
Can be used for steam or hot water heat. A
bargain to parlies huvlcg use for it. Allen,
Myers & Co.
TilOR SALE CHEAP, TWO WOODEN
A? beds, one OiiK. one walnut: two woven
wire sprints, one tink, one cupboard and :iO
yards Rood rag carpet, luquire at N18 Thitly
TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY.
mO EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE FIVE-J-
room cottage In excellent location for
renting to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. U. to., A HGUs.
XXT ANTED TO EXCHANGE 160 ACRES
If unimproved land in central Kansas
for building lots, cottage or house. For fur
ther Information Uqulre of W. S. Mch.ee.
Fxtate of Jane N. Weatherbead, deceased.
The undersigned having been ippointoa mi
mlnlstratorof the estate of Jane N. Weather
bead, late of the oounty of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby elves notice that
he will appear before the county court of
Rook Island county, at the oounty court room.
In the city of Rock islandmt the N'ov raber term,
on the first Monday In Novembernext, at wnicb
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this isth day of September. A. D 1901.
D. A. W kathbrb ka o. Administrator.
and Magnetic Ilealcr.
Correct Information on snv sub- .
Ject. SCO tialnea street, Daven
port, lows, two blocks from '
teimlnusof Bridge Line.
OT33DS A1TD 3BTSTI3S
SALE OF SHOES.
We have culled out all odd pairs - and discontinued lines in ,
ladies' black and tan shoes and placed them on our bargaia
tables in two lots.
Lot 1 Ladies' black and tan shoes, sizes 4 to 8, formerly sold
at from $2.00 to $2.50, your choice $t.00
Lot 2 Ladies' black and tan in McKay Welt and turns, formerly
sold at from $2.75 to $3.50, your choic a$ 1.50
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOR BENT ROOMS.
iOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 1518
tlTOR BENT FURNISHED ROOM AT 1301
" Fourth avenue. Heat, gas and balb.
(OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
Ugbt nouseueeping at nca second avenue.
TJTOR REST FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
X? exoeUent table board at 701 Seventeenth
FOR IHENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light hausekbeplng at aiJ Twentieth
FOR RENT A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM
at I&3 Third aveuje. Uas and bath ac
commodations. TJKJH RENT A FURNISHED ROOM STJT7 A
X? ble for two persons. Call at 16C8 SeeouU
avenue; aeoond Boor.
TjlOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WIT3
JD tab.e board and all modern conveniences
at l'3) second avenue.
FOR RENT FOUR UNFURNISHED AND
some furnished rooms at Mi Twentieth
street, on street car line. -v.
FOR BENT NEW FURNISHED ROOM
for gentleman All modern conveniences,
at 108 Twenty-second stree;.
FOR BENT A LARGE, NICELY FUR
nished room with gas, heat and bath
Apply at 1103 Fourth aveuue.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, one block from court
house. Address "M 3," ABcus.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED FRONT
room, with board if desired, suitab.e for
two persons, at M12 Seventh avenue.
WANTED THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping by two
ladles. Address at once to "H 37," abc.cs.
FOR -RENT NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, two blocks from Spencer .square,
suitable for two or three gentlemen, at l'.'lo
IjlOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
JO rooms, steam heat and bath. AUmodert
conveniences; three blocks from postofflce.
U0 Sixteenth street.
FOR BENT FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS,
' complete for nousckceplni;. or two keep
ing rocms and two rooms for housekeeping at
lllti Second avenue.
TjlOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHI'J
X? front rooms with all latest random con
von'enees. Mc' if dr.Mred Kwij wtjkln?
aistiknco tobuKiuess center. 1000 seventeenth
FOR BENT UOUSE3
OR RENT A STORE AT l5 SECOND
ITIOR RENT HO fj SES TO RENT. HULL ft
FOR RENT A MODERN HOUSE WITHIN
two blocks of court house. Hull & Hem
enway. FOR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE, 281 5
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire -at 2832
FOct RENT 8-ROOM HOUSE WITH BATH
room, modern improvements. Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Inquire next door.
FOR RENT OR SAtE CHEAP, A NICE
cottage in Sears, with good well and civ
tern. Apply to T. J. MediJl, Bengston block
FOR RENT A 7-ROOM MODERN IM
prov. d house, newly papered and lirst
c'.ass in- every detail. Apply at N)9 Twenty
TjlOR RENT-FLATS. FIVE ROOMS, BATH
A? etc.. f 13 and t 5 per month, m Thirty
first street and Fifth avenue. For particulars
can on A. j. ivoester. in nuuatng. t etepnone
5181 Green, or telephone 64), Davenport.
IT'OR RENT 2804 Eighth avenue: seven
A' rooms, new house, city water and fewer
116 per month: also Aft Twentieth street;
tine rooms; cotnp'ctely m dern: hot water
furnanee. bath room, laundry and excellently
located: al-o bouse Sixth avenue and '1'wenty-
etcbt street: all modern conveniences, wfiicn
will be vacant by Oct l:als small II it on
Fourteenth street between '1 hiid and Fourth
avenue, '.. Apply to Goldsmith &. mcKcc.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
S A LE-H U LL &. H KMKN W A Y If A V K
two snaps on hand if taken soon.
1KJR KALE A LAUNDRY AT A GRKAT
AC bargain If taken at once. Hull & Hemen
way, Mitchell & Lynde building.
fIOR S ALE A GOOD INVESTMENT, TWO
I? houses on one lot hoxHO feet: one house
seven rooms, rents for tl.v and one bou5e. six
rooms, new, rents for 12.50: will sell both
houses cheap If tasen soan for 3, COO. Apply
to Goldsmith Si McKee
FOR SALE ON TWELFTH STREET,
just south of Eighteenth avenue, faces
east, one acre of ground running from Twelfth
street to Eleventh street: ICC feet front by 3.M
feet deep: excellent new house: for sale at a
bargain it taken soon. Apply to Goldsmith &
TjXR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
Ac property for sale in all parts of the city;
houses rented; rents collected; money to loan
In any amount on real estate security. Fire
Insurance written In oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4573, Goldsmith ft Mc
Kee, over People's National bank.
TTIOR SALS LOTS IN McENERY'8 AD
AC ditlon by E. J. Burns, room li, Mitchell ft
Lynda building. These lota are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street ear lines. Terms to suit pur
ISS DENTON. PALMIST. 124 WEST
business, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the best time for lawsuits, business
ventures, etc Hours, 10 to noon; ii to 6, and
7:30 to 9 p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE. PALMIST AND
Clairvoyant, tells you the past, pre Kent
and future correctly. Tells you everything
pertaining to business, marriage, divorce, love
affaire, sickness, death, aeeld?nts and every
thing of Interest. One call will prove her won
derful accuracy- OSce bours Item. 1 to 10 p. m.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED TWO GtRLS AT WRIGHT'S
leitaurant. 1923 Fifth atemie.
WANTED SEWING GIRL AT TRI-C1TY
Keg&lia company, 3M Twentieth street.
WANTED A GIRt, FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at 1819 Second ave
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AT
7 5 Twntv-second street. Call after
6 p. m. Mrs. W. H Whlsler.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, three adults in family. mus
be a gcod co.k. App'y at 610 E!m street.
WANTED LA DIES OF REFINEMENT TO
visit residences. Nothing to sell. Good
compensation. Address "Liberal," care
Leader oflice, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, wages 1 per week, a good
home for the right girl Address with refer
ences to "Cglesby," this office.
WANTED MALE HELP.
AM EJ THREE GOOD BELL lOYS
at tue Harper houe.
WANTED A FIRST CLASS' DINING
room girl at the Delmonlco restaurant.
WANTED AT ONCE. A GOOD BLACK
sml'h, at the Silvia Mining company.
Carbon Cliff, II.
WANTED STARK NURSERY PAYS
cash weekly if you sell Stark tiecs,
Louisiana, Mo ; Dansville. N. Y.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED A BOY ABOUT lfi YEARS
old. with bicycle Call at Postal Te'c
graph office, 1'iCS Second avenue.
TXTANTED EIGHT OR TEGOOl CAR-
. icubcri, b tue jiiintj s LneLre. ApI
to H. 11. Button, superintendent of cons rjc
tion. WANTED EIGHT CORE MAKERS,
live core maker's apprentices atoacc.
Write for particulars, Moliue low company,
WANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
young men as canvassers. Must write
rood hand. Artdrrss in own hand writing,
"S, " c.re this office.
V7 A. VTKD IMMEDIATELY. A KWKfl
vv wen for qur-y work: wa::es !.. per
Cav. Apply to Peoder & Co, For-j-sccond
street ana Third avenue.
WANTED AT ONCE. A "BUSH LING"
mantodo rep iirin work at the Con
servatory Panitorium club. Goolsala-y. Call
or address 2917 Fifth avenue.
WANTED BOY TO SELL CHICAGO
Americans in Kock Island. Thev will
be given good routes as soon as established.
Call h tone-. IS. F. Sirocle, Central news
stand, 224 Seventeen street
WANTED TWO ROLLER 3 AND TWO
strippers and bunch makers at Mor
rison's ltil Third avenue.
WANTED LADIP.S' SHIRT WAISTS
and children s dresses to make at I7C4
Second avenue, third tloor, over Ullemeyer ft
WANTED HUSTLINQ AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Cill before
8:30 a, m. or after 5 p.m. at 716 Fifth avenue ,
WANTED ANY PERSON WHO WjLL
distribute circulars for per day
should address Standard company, 4 Well?,
Chicago. Steady position. No canvassing
rTTANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
f v sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. Sal try (KiO per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest II.UXi In capital stock of company, en
which dividend of 0 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory reference.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mi-
1lOR GOOD R OM AND BOARD AU
. dress "S 2?" Argus office.
SEE WILLIAMSON FOR HTOR4NK.
Money loaned on household goods; 101 S
WA NTED GOOD. RELI A BLE OIL S A LIT.3
man, or ooTimlsslon or salary. AdOreas
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
I" ADIE3 SHAMPOO PARLORS AT 1KC7
XJ Fourth avenue. Switches made. Hair
tonic and harmless preparations for keeping
the hair in curl are al wa,s on sale.
J P. WCLLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand gooos,
will pay more than any other dealer and seits
cheaper. All kinds of stove renalrlng atd
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson. 1616
Second avenue Telephone number 4884.
RAGS, RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 8205 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Firth avenue,
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to yonr house and pay you from
M to 76 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
8 to 6o a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention B. F. Klugrer.
TF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
X or rent anything, engage help or seem e
situation, the Mail is the one paper In Mo'lte
teat can do It lor you. ntu wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. Cne-hnll cent
per word Is the price to all alike, eab In d
vane. 2-csnt stamp will do. JKvsainx an
Sunday Mall. Moline. IU.
C1ABINET MAKERS WANTED PERM A
J nent employment: inside work: no labor
troubles: highest wages, ranging frov l 2Ci
upwards: nine bours work. We require at
least 1(0 men Cleanest and best lighted furni
ture factory It the world Come at once pre
pared to work or write f"r particulars- The
Brunswick-ttalke-Coliender company, Chica
DO YOU WANT AGENTSf MANY
years experience places us In a pot it Ion
to give ynu valuable Information along lines
that will a5 j re you succe9. Ask for free
letters o information and bulletin of daily pa
cers that pay. We also start reapoaribie cat
iies In the Ka3 order atid aencv supply bs
l&ess. Lord ft Carver, E&clao, VTU.