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.YI3J2 AHaXT. TOESDATi OCTOBEB 1. 1001:
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent.
Pure, healthful, highest in strength
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM CT-, NCW YORK.
IONr allow that young man to come near yoa until those
decajed and rotten (yes. we ssy rotten, for many of
them are rotten) teeth are removed. We never would have
bad tte courage to thus address you but for this fact. List
week our advice to young men wan being read by a lady when
she wrote immediately under. "Yes. and to young women."
On such authority we felt justified in addressing you. And
if you will ctll on us we will guarantee to extract thoso bad,
Without Pain and Free of Charge
if you have them replaced by us. We are permanently
located here and warrant all work. Oar honor, name and
reputation are behind each and every piece of work done in
our office, and if you think your work has not been done
perfectly, come back. We are anxious and willing to give
you perfect satisfaction. Our specialty,
and the best work at the lowest prices. Call and let us
examine your teeth and give you prices free.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Office Corner Third Ave., and Seventeenth St.
Over Tremann's Meat Market.
We Have Moved
119 Eighteenth street,
Where we have all kinds of
Electrict Supplies which we
will sell at lowest prices for .
reliab!e goods. Get our es
timates and learn how inex
pensive Electric Goods are.
W. A. ROBB & CO.
119 Eighteenth Street.
Special prices this month. The latest creations In Fars snd
Seal Skins. Boas, Storm Col'ars, etc , at Manufacturing
Rock Island Savings Banh
Rode Island. HI
Incorporated Under the Jj Four Per Cent Paid on
State Law. yOV Interest.
MoST Loutko Ow Pxesowal Colxatxsax Ob Rial Estat Siotrun.
J. M. Buford. Prnldent.
J ob a Crubtaffh, Vloe PrtlllUL
P. Greenawait, CaabJer.
Btgtt the bostneea July t, IKO. sua oeoopjlD
A. K oorner of MitoheU
LwJ1 tew Ira 1 Id Inc.
BL 8. Gable,
H. P. HuU.
K. W. Hunt,
toilet tore ' uoi aa( Bmi
I. U. BaXord
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
. Ilomeieekers' tickets to points in
the north, west and south on sale via
C, K. I. & P. railway Oct. 1 and 15.
Call it city ollice. 1813 Socond ave
Very low round trip rates to Buf
falo and Nqw Yo.k via C , R. I. & l.
Low rates to Minneapolis and re
turn via C, R. I. & P. railway Oct. 9
Illinois state fair. Thursday. Oc
tobr 3rd, is the best day. Tho RocS
I.land & Peoria railway is the Lest
way. Two dollars for the round trip
is cheap enough. Service first class.
Train leaves Moline at 6:13 a. m ,
Rock Island at 7:00 a. m. Train ar
rives at Springfield at 11:60 a. m.
Returning train leaves Springfield at
7:00 p. m. Forty-five uiiles shorter
aid very much fjuicker thsa other
Sept. 30. Oct. 8 and 9 the C . R. I
& P. railway will sell round trip tick
ets to Ft. Worth and Dallas at rate of
one fare p'us $2.
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va.,
druggist, writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction
My customers say it Is the best reme
dy for cough, colds, throat and lung
troubles." B. 11. Bieber and Ilartz
TOPICS OF THEATRE
A crowded bcuse last nizbt creeled
iue appearance, of the -Senator
Daughter" presented by the Chas
Lister cx moan t at HarDer's theatre
The audience was fully four-fifths fe
male, snowing the plan of admit log
ivue person irje wits eacn sj-cent
ticket to be a popular one. The per
formsnce was very fair for a popular
btuart Kobfon, In his macHificeut
revival of "The Henrietta." which he
I will present at the Burtis tonight, has
four leading men. Each Is so well
known and plays so important a part
mat to cau any siot-le one "toe
leading man would be to do injustice
to i ne others. Maclyn Atbcckie, who
plays the Important rle of Nicholas
an Aistyne. starred last year In
"lne Uprightly Romance of Marsac
Russ Wbytal, who plays the schem
Ing son. Van Aistyne, Jr . is the
eminent author-actor who starred in
his own play of For. Fair Virginia '
Clifford Leigh, whe plays Lord Trelaw
uey, is an l-.agiiau actor who was
lending support for Mrs. Lingtry, in
England, and came to this c inn try to
assist Oirs.-t iske in the Ibsen plays
Joseph P. Keefe, who plays Dr. Hil
ton, has been a ''landmark" of the
American theatre for the past 40
years. He has supported Charlotte
Cukbraan, Booth, Barrett, Davenport
AT THE BAR OF JUSTICE:
GRIST OF POLICE NEWS
George Schey, otherwise known as
Tcorge coluns, a well-known all
around crook, last evening went
through a boarding bouse in Daven
port and took a quantity of clothing
which he placed in a telescope and
c-irrbd to this side of the river. The
police here were not iicd and in a
short time Officer Pearson found the
fellow on Twenty-fourth street. He
was turned over to the Davenport
James Marray, a farm band who
works in the vicinity of Preemption,
reported to tne ponce tnls morning
that he had lest a bundle -of clothing
which he was carrying about town
last evening. He acknowledged he
as drunk and did not charge anyone
witn Having stolen his bundle.
ine inmates oi lleaer s 6aloon in
Twenty-fourth street were hauleu
down to the police station last even-
iog at the instigation of a Davenpoit
voman w no claimed to have Iot her
pocketbook while in tho wice room
there. After an extended confab the
parties were released.
TRI-CITY HORSES ARE
MATCHED TO RACE OCT. 13.
The Tri-City Driving club, which is
composed of lovers of tne turf in the
three cities, and each of whom has a
horse or two noted for remarkab'e
-peed, will have a series of contests
at the Rock Island driving park Sun
day afternoon. Oct. 13 There will
ba three races and the purse in each
will be f 25. The entries are as f j1-lotfs:
Eddie C Cralle. Rock Island.
Lawrence W. Pinkney, Davenport.
Irene Ward, Moline.
Bod Nibs Shriver, Rock Island.
Billy the Ghost Monroe, Daven
Joe Mack Keeler, Davenport.
Telia Henderson. Rock Island.
Unknown Jack Munro, Rock Isl
Bass Mueller, Rock IUnd.
Kankce Bdikel. Rock Island.
Midnight Mueller. Rock Island.
Cbantwood Krolz, Davenport.
Beauty Wilkes Stucky, Dvenport.
Kalph Hawkins, Daveoport.
Nora D Merrlman, Moline.
Black Sam Kirk Davenport.
Bay Charlie Miller. Davenport.
Bessie G Gorman, Davenport.
Josie Aruiil, Davenport,
(ieorge F Fish. Davenport.
The cfiicers of the club are: Fiatk
Krotz, president; Perry Merriman,
rice president ; Carl Mueller, treasur
er; cnanes Kteur, secretary, lne
club was organized merely for tbe
pleasure of its members, and tte
races that have been arranged for are
for tbe purpose of arousing more of
an interest in speed horses in the tri-
MEETING IN CHICAGO.
V. M. Blanding, M. S Heagy, D.
O. Daugherty and J. N. Huntoon
went to Chicago last evening to rep
resent tbe local Masons at tho state
gTand lodge of Illinois, which opened
today for a 3-iays' tesston at the
Studebaker theater. Mr. Blanding is
grand orator and i on the program
for and address during tbe meeting.
t he gentlemen were accompanied by
Mrs. F. R. Harrington and Mrs. Han-
toon, the former going as delegate to
the state meeting of the Eastern Star.
Stricken With Prlyl.
Henderson Grimett, of this place.
was stricken with partial paralysis
and completely lost the use cf one
arm ana aide. After being treated
by an eminent physician for quite a
while witnont relief, my wire recom
mended Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
and after using two bottles of it be is
almost entirely cured. George R.
McDonald, Man, Lcgan county, W.
va. beveral other very remarkable
cures of partial paralysis have been
Ceded by tbe use ol this liniment.
It is most widely known, however, a
a cure for rheumatism, sprains and
bruises. Uold by all drugziets.
AT HALF PBI0E
Roy Bowlby's Cleaning Out
Sale of Good Pianos Re
turned From Agents
In Dry Districts a Marked Suc-
Sold the First Day of Sale.
PR E8IDENT. POWERS
Wants peace in baseball
President P.- T. Powers, of the
National Association cf Professional
BdSfebill leagues, of which the Three-
is a member, has addressed the fol
lowing letter to tbe presidents of the
clubs members of the National and
"The minor leagues have recent'y
received notice from President Youug
that the national agreement will be
abec-pated and . terminated by the
National league Sept. 30, 1901, and
not again renewed.
"While such sudden and arbitrary
action was entirely unexpected, and
while by many considered-unwice for
the best interests of professional base
ball and a great injustice to the minor
leagues, which nave always been
loyal to the national agreement, it is
not the purpose of this letter to criti
cise the action of the National league
in this matter, but simply to acquaint
you with the fact that In consequence
of the National league's abrogation of
the national agreement, which for so
many years hat been considered the
bulwaikof professional baseball, the
following leagues of professicnal tase-
ball clubs have banded together for
mutual protection and organized an
entiiely indepecdent association un
der the name of the National Associa
tion of Professional Baseball clubs, of
which I have the honor to be presi-
-Tho memberstiD of this newer-' More lbU3 beeond avenue, open
.,:,! ,a nmr,nrt nf 1 1 loatmoa i every night till 'J o'clock to accommo-
ti,a ivo.t.m thildate thoso who cannot call in day
Eastern league, the Western associa-
For Fall of
Oar new line of ladies' and gents' fine shoes from" $2.50 u
pair are now in, and customers will find the line more tout
ing than ever. "-
i . f m the nwe8t 2ast, aU newest patterns and a,a
F7. Bhwf tDe line i9 the Ticture of what ar
rect fitting proper looking shoe for ladies and gents shoulu
Oar school shoes are the best wearing shoes that leaV
and workmanship can make. r
The Best, Oldest and Most
Reliable Makes Pianos
Almost Half Price.
George F. Schmale, Pnn.
Great Barg tins in Cabinet Or
gans Goat $io,$iS, $23 to
$43 $2 to $4 Monthly.
Upright Pianos $75, $90, $125
and the Rest Accordingly
Payments to Suit
Wright has All Grades and Prices, Besides Some
Great Bargains in Small Sizes.
1 he Wright Shoe Store,
lion, the Indiana, Iowa, and Illinois
lengue, the New York State league,
the Connecticut Statu league, the New
Kogland league, tbe Southern league,
the V mrinia-North Carolina
st league, theC
It the saving of a
money is an object
1702 Second Avenue.
copting the 1 club members in the
National and American leagues
goodly sum of
will make baste to attend this tale.
Tt ninttt. 1 to 11 11H TatnrA that t Via nnm-
to.criio I ber of Instruments we cm sell at
K l.i ll V... . . i
k. i.it, v.sot l-,r.,a tv,i!li. tuese an oui cut m-iwo puces is jim-
fornia Stale lesfrue.'craolovinsr in all Ued an? if lh fir8t selling is an
1 n.m ...,.1.1 ni...r. i indication of bow the Instruments
Tne above-merabership in the Na-' wil be taken then the stock will all
tlnn1 na.,.Ait!ftn of PrnfBrnftl g n ver7 Bno" llIue-
Baseball leagues includes practically! " 13 ine opportunity or a iiieume
all tbe professional ba-eball clubs in to get a gouu piano at a great saving
ih iTi,r,i Ri.ip. .nd cnla. PT -mpriceja piano of well known rep-
uibuuu ouuu as iviuiuau, iiaiieu iv
Davis. Blasins. Alsrecht, Whitney,
it ia n h rncrrnio.l tht. w x.ngianu. ariiugion. aoa otners.
"h ir,L.H o.i .1 II.ll.i r.I..!.
baseball war now exists between the R"UUtt11' ommwaj auu nnuei uvw
Nitionaland American leagues, yet s, l" , . . , .
..I. minnr am Jn no wftv nr- e nice plain cased New England
.nn.iMfr it n.t .a maae piano, rosewooa nnisn, iuu
111 V7 r w v 1 a 1
tho mlnnr lono rtfirA tn romtin scale, loreo puuai hdu oianuonu ai-
! rnoif,.iii.nn.ia.n tacnment. iormer price zou; eaie
iituiiai. tv : a u o l.' v. v- a u k t u'iw4& V7 u- .
nnuest that the individual members price, f 125.
of ch of the American ar.d Ndtional wo nanasome Jiu pianos,
leagues expresi their willingness as
individual clubi to respect the reserve
and contract national rights of the
minor lcaguo clubj with their pla)-
ers, tbe minor league ciuos, memoers
of the Ntlonal Association ef Trofes
sionul IUseball leagues, to recipro
cate by respecting the reserve and
contract national rights of the clubs
members of the Nitional and Ameri
can leagues with their plijers, or
euch individu il clnb of these two
leagues as may be willing to join with
us in this reciprocity arrangement.
'VVhile our association feels itself
sufficiently strong and competent to
protects its own interests, yet an hon-
orab e respect for each other's con
tracts and rights seems so propar,
fair, and necessary for the good repute
of professional baseball that as preti-
dent of tho National Association of
iVofes6ioaal Btseball leagues I am
prompted to make this proposition
with tho hope that a sufficient num
ber , if not til. of tho individual club
members of the two warring National
and American leagues will cooperate
witn the National Association of l'rc-
fesslonal Baseball leagues on these im
portant and essential business points
'A similar letter has b en mailed to !
the president of each club member of
the National and American leagues.
and I respoctfully ask for an early
reply as to the attitude of your club
on these matters."
l wo nanasome sjdu pianos, one in
genuine mahogany case, the other i-i
.English oak, standard makes, sale
prices $173 and $183 Payments $ 15
cash, t7 per month, buys them. No
discount for cash from tbe sale prices.
I Highest grade f 100 ar.d f 150 pianos
in handsome colonial styles, new, but
in hands of agents short while, sale
prices $203. $237 to $283. Terms,
f25 cash, f i to f 10 per month, bays
1 Used upright pianes. various
inakes, worth $150 to $225. Sale
prices. $75, $90 $110 to $150. Terms,
$10 or $15 cash, 5 to $6 per month.
j Square pianos, Knabe's, Kimball's
and other makes will be closed out at
$15. $23. $37. $43 to $67; $6 cash, $1
per month, buys them.
Organs,, organs, organ! My but
this is your time to buy an organ.
Fifty new and used organs worth $40,
$50, fbo, tsu to f will go at f
$12. $15 $18 $23. $29 $33. $13 to!
$65. $5 cash, $2 to $1 per month
1 This sale positively lasts but 10 1
days. Twill pay you to make early
call of inspection of this stock and
Store open evenings.
D. Boy Bowlbt,
1609 Seond avenue. Rock Island.
As a result of numerous reports
that have come to tbe health depart-
nnt V I h aiTant thufl at unv rt thai
a at m m tai rm a f" I uvU ti m tuv vui.bu ucw suauf .aiwi
rtNULinU Ur ntVT 1 r. nf inhl.hprU nnw nrnvulnnt in
TRAINS IS DISCUSSED, the citv, nave not been as carefully
Th.ra n mnniinir ni i nthnr nn. quarantined as the city ordinances
usual fort at Hawthorn yesterday af- proviu. .ne ueP git BOi.c
' . In thn nnhliR Hint tho nraiinsPH where
Inrnnnn. It w ft rnnfir9nrn in . . .. . ..
hargo of W. II. Stillwell. supenn- , 5 id, auarantined and no
tendent of the Uock Island lines east one excent those required to attend
of tho'Missouri river, and there were the Bick shall be allowed to visit such
nrpsrnt Suneriatndents C I Nice- premises. Any violation of such iq-I
Is, V. J lawrenco and V. II Uiven, structlons shall be punlshea as para-
f the Illinois. Iowa and Southwest
ivUions, together with the assistant
uprrintcDdents, train dispatchers,
train masters, operators, train, en-
gino and yard men to the number of
The object of the meeting was for
tbe general instruction of thoeo pres
ent particularly in rcgara to new
methods of handling long and heavy
trains with the leatt Joss or time.
Owing to tbe number of men present
was found impossible to meet in
the hall at the yardmaster's office, so
he gathering was held instead, out 01
oors under the trees.
The session proved to be most
pleasant as well as instructive. Many
oeitions were asked and answered
ud ideas fretly exchanged lietwten
he officials and their subordinates.
However, there will bo no radical de
partures ss the result of the confer-
Sclatle Rheumatism Oared.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
aid up almost two months; was for-
unate enougn to get iujbhu vure iur
rheumatism. This cured me after
doctors1 prescriptions had failed to
ave any eCect. I hare also heard of
ne results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotian, 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Seoond
Subscribe for Tax Asacs.
graph 6, chapter 10, of tho revised
ordinances prescribe, to-wit:
"Any person who shall neglect or
refuse to obey the instruction, order
and direction of the board of health
shall be fined in any sum not less
than $5 nor more than $100."
J he public Is Invited to repert any
violation of said ordinance to the
What's Tour Face Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
vou have a sallow complexion, a jun-
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on tne sum an pigns ui iivur uuuuie.
But Dr. King's New J-ife nils give
clear tkio. rosy cbeeks, rich com-
nlexion. Only 25 cents at Harlz &
Ullcmryer's drug store.
Mothers everywhere praise One
Minuto Cough Cure for the sufferings
it has relieved and the lives of their
littleo.es it has sued. Strikes at
the root of the trouble and draws out
tho inlUmrnation. The children's
favorite cou?h cure. B II. Biebtr
and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Ln.no " ' t
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mS WILL OPEN
J. E. GUSTUS, SDPr.
Monday Evening, Sept. 30.
Sessions will be held from 7 to 9 o'clock each Monday, Wed needsy
and Friday evenings, from Sept. 30, 1901, to April 1, 1902.
The following subjects will be taught: Bookkeeping. Business
Arithmetic, Correspondence. Gregg Shorthand, Spelling, Writing,
Business Forms, Touch Typewriting, etc.
One month, 4 weeks $5.00
Three months, 12 weeks 12.00
Six months, 24 weeks 20.00
New, Clean, Well Ventilated and well Equipped School Rooms.
For further information call at the college office. Ror k Island, Na
tional bank building. C. O BENPL.fcx'. Principal.
Students Enrolled at Any Time, Day or Evening.
The Dining Room
Is the place where greatest care
should be given to tbe furnishings.
We have tome low-priced suits that
ought to please. you.
8 foot extension table, oak or
walnut, well polished. . ..i. $10.00
Handsome sideboard, with beau
tiful carvings 13 00
Comfortable chairs, leather or
cane seats for six, . . . : 9.00
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
place a, co:
318 Seventeenth Street.
We make and repair Carriage Trimmings,
Upholstering, Tents and Awnings. Give us
a trial. All work guaranteed.
A Postal Will Insure Immediate Attention.
J. F. Kombo President. X D Modgb, Vice: President. H.S Omiiil, Ousir,
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, SIOO.OOO. Four Per Cent Interest
Estates and property of all kinds are managed, by this department
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company,
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent icr
non-residents, women, invalids and others.
eauty Is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
Jul and skilled help their laundry work
Is the best that Is turned out In this vlcln
Ity. Their services Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BATJERSFELD A SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 12SS