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THE AEGUB. WEDNESDAY OCi'OCR2 1901,"
Fall Carpet Stock
ALL THE LATEST
SC S- S -5-SS2
The most complete line in this section
of the country.
Also the most complete lines of Furnituro.
Comer Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue,
1 VArNJiaNagtfrs '
t - f AT.. CdtiMti ( A r n f
(Wen's Fine Suits and
Made by L. Ad'er Bros.
& Co. and Alfred Ben
jamin & Co., none better
made Hundreds ot the
best dressed men in the
three cities are wearing
suits and overcoats made
by these firms. These
liccs of fine clothing arc
made upon honor; not
how cheap, but how
YOU ICNOW U8.
ARE HAPPILY WEDDED
AlFord W. Crampton and Edna
Walling Kerr Man and
OSEIMOUT AT HOME OF BRIDE
Rev. William Torrance Officiates
Couple Co East on
A very simple home wedding was
tbat cf Alford W. Crampton and Miss
Edca Walling Kerr, which took place
at the bridb'd home on Thirteenth
street at 10:30 today. Only relatives
and a few friends of the couple were
present at the ceremony. The brine
and groom entered the parlor at the
appointed time to the strains of a
wedding match, rendered by Mrs. f .
II. First, and the binding words were
spoken by Rev. William Torrance,
pastor of the Central Piesbyterian
church. No one attended the couple.
The bride wore write mail and car
ried white roses. The ring ceremony
After congratulations there were
light refreshments and then Mr. and
Mrs. Crampton took a carriage to the
Rock I'and depot in lime to board
the tiooa train for the east Their
tour will inc'ude Buffalo, New York.
Philadelphia aad Washington, and
they will be at home to their friends
after Nov. 1 at 216 Tbirte-nth street.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mr. Robert Crampton, of Bowiing.
He wit educated in this city and for
several years has been associated with
his ancle, R Crampton, in the book
store. The bride I the daughter of
the late William J Kerr, a grad uate of
the Rock I-land higa school and an
engaging and accomplished young
.1 Hugh Harrison, a popular mcru
br of the Davenport newtpaier fra
ternity, renounced bachelordoru last
night, taking for a wife ono of the
pretty aud accomplished young I ad Us
of tbat city. Miss Roberta D.we .at
whose borne the ceremony was per
formed by Rev. W. F. B-cliy, of the
Central Methodist church The
couple have gone east on a wtddicg
KILLING OF PRESIDENT.
Tho democrats of Scott cjuoty at
tr-eir convention at Dve&p irt yester
day renewed the dtc aration made at
their convention a year previous that
lh money question has been settled
and is no longer an issue before tho
Another resolution adopted by the
convention is: "We deplore the dnt
tardly assassination of President Mc
Kinley and join in the common sor
row over his death and iudigaation
ovt-r the rtime against the nation, and
we demand euch legislation as wi 1
de-troy aoarchiain in this country by
nib king it a crime to advocate the de
struction of our government or the
killing of its representatives ''
The convention made the following
nominations: For state senator, Wil
liam Tbeophilut; representative". M
Go'dsmith and fcred Vallmer; treas
urer, A. P. Doe; sheriff, C.W. Decker;
superintendent of schools, J L. Zack;
coroner. Dr. Schumacher; supervisor!1,
Charles Murray, Charles Vogt and
DOINGS OF ONE DAY IN
LOCAL POLICE COURT.
A gang of laborers on their way to
a Missouri point to work on a rail
road, became engaged in a tight at
the Q. depot last evening while wait
in; for the train. The police were
called and the whole outfit arrested.
When it became known that they
were to take the next train out they
George Anderson, who lives in the
row on the south, side of Fourth ave
nue between Twenty-first and Twenty
second streets, came home drunk last
evening and proceeded to smash up
the furniture. lie was takm to the
cooler and this morning Magistrate
Johnson imporcd a fine of $5 for dis
While Officer Thode was passing
the home cf Matt Ganahl at Fifth
avenue and Twenty-fifth street on his
way to answer an ambulance call late
yesterday afternoon he observed Ga
nahl poundice a man in his vara.
The officer accordingly stopped and
took both the men back to the station.
There Ganabl was liberated after
I showing that the other man bad en
; tered his bouse ' while drunk. Tbe
! othtr man proved to be a strajger
who had been seen about town dur
ing the day in an advanced state of
intoxication, tie gave his name as
Peter Jensen and said his home is in
Eldridge, Ioa. He was given his
liberty when he sobered up.
C. . Gibson was fined $ 2 for In
dulging in a plain jag
A rUndlah Attack.
An attack wa lately made on C. F.
Collier of Cherokee, Ioa. that nearly
proved fatal. It came through his
k'dneys. llis back got ro lame be
could not stoop without great pain,
nor sit In a chair except propped by
cushions. No remedy helped him
until he tried E ecttio Bitters which
effected such a wonderful change that
be writes he feels lihe a new man.
This marvelous medicine cures back
ache and kidney trouble, purifies the
blood and builds up your health.
Only 50 cents at Ilartz & Uhlmeyer's
TRI CITY BUSINESS MEN
MEET AT A BANQUET.
Over ore hundred tri-city buainest
and' professional men attended tbe
banquet given last evening at Ma
hon's restaurant in Molina by the bus
iness men's association of that city.
It was a happy and profitable affair.
The address of welcome was by H. R.
Albrccht, of Moline. One of the prin
cipal talks was by Ex-Mayor T. J
Medill. cf Rock Island, whose topic
was '! he Three Cities " It was an
eloquent description f the
beauties and advantages that na
ture has rpread around and
about this locality the great river
capable of beating rn its bjfom the
commerce cf a nation pissing our
dtu-rs. 6urrcundfd by thousands of
aces of the most fertile land on earth,
in the midst of gr?atcoal fields, at the
foot of the great Rock ItUnd rapids,
where nature's power is now being
barcessed; wi h now seven railway
linos and tbe prospect cf more; at the
tern.ious of the Hennepin canal con
ce ting us with the great lakes and
the seaboard. And from the sou'ee
to the month of the great river
jou will find no more charm
ing spot than tie i-land of
Rock Island on whicu the govern
ment has erected one of its beat and
mo t expensive arsenals The three
cities that surround this arsenal have
builded magnificently Said Mr Medill.
Connected as they are with bridges,
and making at they do practically one
community, the location of this Rock
Island arsenal has contributed largely
to making their interests mutual
Our manufacture el goods carry the
names of Moiine, Davenport and Rock
Island to all parts of tbe earth, an1
not last among our advantages and
blessings is the face tht we have law
abiding citizens, patriotic, and op
posed to anarchy in ill its forms.
Other toasts were: "Relifrion and
Business." R-iV. J. S Klly; lce
Speech and Anarchv." W- A. M-ese;
Manufacturer." 'Cpt W C Ben
nett; 'The Future cf Oar Country "
Rev W W. Willaid; - College Eluca
tion " Dr. Gutave Aodreen: "A Dry
Brquo?." J. V. Warr.
DAMAGES ARE DENIED
Second Trial cf BigalWe Suit Re-
i suit in Vietorv for
HE WASTED TO DIE
Albert Flemming Suddenly Seized
With a Desire to Kill
TJSE3 E0ISS0ES ABD EUTCHEB OITE
Wife and Others Injured Interfer
ing Is Removed to
$5,000 AfKED TOR DEATH OF CHILD
Who Was K-lled by Being Run
D"wn by Wagon--The
Albert Flemming, while suffering
temporary mental aberration at his
home on Twelfth street this morning,
became possessed of a desire to kill
himself, and it required the utmost
efforts on the part of his wife and
several neighbors to prevent him from
carrying out his purpose.
Early this morning Mrs. Flemming
noticed that her husband was labor
ing under some delusion and she Bet
herself to watch him. After a short
time he secured a pair of scissors and
threatened to take his own life.
The wife ctlled upon neighbors for
aid and a Btrtiggle ensued for the
possesion of the scissors. in
which Mrs. Flemmiog was painfully
cut about the hand
Finally tbe weapon was taken away
and the raviog man next secured a
butcher knife and made frantic ef
forts to stab himself. By this time
several men from the neighborhood
hr.d come upon the scene and after
another struggle, in wn'ch two others
were slightly cut, tte knife was
Knar Men to Restrain Hlun.
The podce were telephoned for and
while they were on the way those
present found it necesary to bold the
patient down to prevent his reaching
other weapons A tbe latter is a
powerful man tbe four men who were
atteinniinj; to hold him were com
pletely exhausted before tho officers
arrived and strapped his hands and
Condition Mot gerlons
'Rhe pattern was then cir ied to the
ambulance and taken to tbe po'i e
station, where other manacles wore
substituted and he was then remove 1
to S. Amboov,8 ho-pital aud placed
onl-r ietaint wbitn medirine is
beii p used to overcome the dementia.
Dv E M. Sila who w called on the
case sys tbe life of th pitieot is in
no d.nger and that tbe illusions
nod r which lit been laboring
wilt pass away He win omehst
b uiMfl in the struggles, but no seri
ous injury was iuflicted
Big Big New Store, Rock Island. Third avenue through
to Second. Entrances on both avennes.
The 15.000 damage esse of Edwatd
Bigalko, of Moline, . agaicst the Mo
line Channel Ice company, went to
' tbe jury at the adjournment of court
la-t evening, and that body wres'leJ
with tbe matter till li this morniog
Tbe verdict which was brought in
sealed this morning declared toe de
fendant not guilty. The plaintiff
alleged negligence on tbe part of
the defense in running fuel wagons
' tandem, thereby causing the death
' of the child of the plaintiff. The case
was a retrial, . the verdict being for
f 100 in tbe former trial., The motion
of the plaintiff for a retrial was
granted on the contention that if the
accident bad been caused by neglect
the plaintiff was entitled to the full
amount of the claim and if not there
was no liability.
Molander Athn S53.000.
This afternoon a jury was impan-
elled to try the case of F. W. Mo
lander, who sues the city of Moline
for the sum of $3 000 damages on
account of injuries alleged to have
been received by the plaintiff in a fall
I on a defective sidewalk J. B Oak
! leaf represent tbe plaintiff and City
Aitaruey Kohler tbe d.fenec.
Mrs. Hiram Stocum spent the day
W. Reimers left today on a trip to
Mrs. Mary Call left this morning
for Geneva. A. Y.
II. B. Batty has gono on a trip to
the Texas oil region.
E M. Thompson left list night fur
a trip to South Dakota.
Walter Wilhite. of Milan, left last
night for Red field, South Dakota.
G W Cash left last n'ght via the
Rock Island route forNeton. Kts
Miss Bertha FUher left yesterday
for Washington. Iowa, where she is to
manage a musio store.
Misses C.aire and Be-s Gilmore ar
rived home this morning after spend
ing several weeks at the mountain re
sorts of Colorado.
Mils Irene Rosenfield, wbobas been
spendiog the summer in Europe, is
on her wy home, expecting to land
in New York next Saturday.
W B Roberts went to Peoria this
morning to attend the funeral of V.
G. Klotz. one of the chief clerks of
the Central Union Telephone company-
Tha hammer Hunoo
is f nil of dangers particularly for the
children, who not knowing the result
of eating unripe fruit, indulge them
selves, with tbe usual griping pains
In tbe stomach as a consequence;
mothers should have on hand at all
times a bottle of Pain Killer (Perry
Davis1) which will at once relieve the
sufferer; it is a safe, simple remedy
and it should be kept in every home.
Large bottles 25 and (0 cents.
REV. McCULLOCH AND
FAMILY GO TO MACOMB
Rev. and Mrs. O. O McCulloch aud
children left this morning with their
household poods for Macomb, to
which place a charge was assigned
Rev. McCulloch at the rtceot Metho-
elist conference A large party com
p jhed of members of the First Metho
dist congregation as-omoiea at tne
'depot to bid the pastor and family
farewell. JKev. .ana Mrs AlcUullocb
were presonted a cut glass salad bowl.
During his paetor&te here Rev. Mc
Culloch has won a plaje very near to
the hearts of his people and has ob
tained recognition as one of the fore
most church workers tbat ever
labored here Mrs. McCulloch and
tbe family also have occupied a high
place in tbe social life of the city, aud
many regrets are expressed at their
BOY SHOOTS HIMSELF
IN HEEL WITH A RIFLE
A shooting accident that may maim
Joseph Gstettenbauer for life occurred
. late yesterday afternoon at tbe home
jot C. N. Brown, 543 Thirty-first
i street. Joseph is tbe 11-year-old son
of Mrs. Phllomena Gstettenbauer, at
3127 Tenth avenuu. Yesterday ho was
J shooting at a mark in the yard at
Browu'c, using a Sa-calibrc rme.
After a time ne eat down with his
back against a tree. While toying
with the weapon it was die charged,
the bullet entering the heel at clo&e
I range. The boy was taken home in
Myers and DeSilva attempted unsuc
cessfully to locate the ball. Tne lat
ter had entered tho large bone of the
heel, where it will cau30 permanent,
irj iry if allowed to remain. An at
tempt will bj made to rind the piece
of lead by the X-ray process.
Convince yourself that E'y's Cream
B ilm deserves all thit has been said
of it as a means of quick relief and
final core in obstinate cases of nasal
catarrh and bay fever. A trial size
costs but 10 centa Full size 60 cent
Soli by druggists or mailed by Ely
Bros., 56 Warren street, New York
Mt. Olive, Ark., May 17, 1901.
Messrs Ey Brs : Please seod me
one bottle of Cream Blm, famih
; siz3. I think it is the best medicine
for catarrh in tho worl l.
J. M Scuoltz.
Km-NK-OIDS HAVE METUT.
For years I havo had vhooting pains
through my hack, and eides. My nerves
wfff BiTp'-iPfl. HaiI snclls of dizziness.
! and could net sleep. Doctors said
there was no help for mc 1 unauy
was induced by a friend to try Kid-Ne-Cids.
and they at once gave me re
lief. I continued to uso them for three
months and am now well and cured.
Thanks to the discovery of Kid-Ne-Oids.
Mrs. John Hicks, Williamsport,
Pa. Price 50c. Tablets. Always cure.
T. II. THOMAS, Leading Drugaiat,
Sale ot Wrappers.
We have just put on sale several
thousand wrappers at less than usual
Percale wrappers with waist
baud tr.mmed and deep
Half dozen lines of percale and
fleeced wrappers, very well
made, compare them with the
usual $ 125 kind 95c
Ten styles of handsome percale
and fleece! wrappers, new
ideas, dainty make and trim
ming for S1.25
Plenty of other styles to choose from
at especially low prices.
school Shoes SI.
Misses1 all solid leather school
shoes, all this week (six days)
per pair $1.00
Suit a f Jackets, Sblrts.
Fine Norfolk suits of Cheviot,
jackets, satin lined, skirts
with deep Hire. $ 15 values Stt.50
Walking suits of English checks,
very stylish. Norfo k make,
skirts have new hip stitching,
look like $18 suits, for just. 12,00
27-inch Jackets rf fine Kersey,
lined throughout with silk.
Skirts Fine Cheviot skirts 3.98
Mohair black skirts 2.&it
Taffeta silk tkirtsat 3.87
Walking skirts in great variety,
up from 2.87
56-inch navy and black Zibc
line skirting 21 ounces to
yard spe-ndid weight very
new, tegular price $ I DO. in
troductory price yard $1.35
: Silk Stripe Albatross, dainty
light colors, very special,
yard " 50 c
Cheney Bros9 Crepe de Chines.
1 85 Quality for 67c
This week we place on sale one of
the most advantageous purchases of
high class merchandise it has ever
been our good fortune to procure.
25 pieces ot Cheney Bros'. Crepe de
Chines, that quality unequalled by
other makers black, white and
cream only the white and cream
have slight imperfections in the
weave, the blacks are perfect in
While they last these $1.25
Crepe de Chines will b8 a yard 67C
Among the other new goods for
evening and reception wear are
William F. Reed's Lansdowns.
Silk embroidered spot Crepe de
Chines, in all colors, yard Q8c
Dress Percales 4 3-4c Yard
2.C00jards new 23-inch dress .
Pt-rcales usually 7c. this week
we put them out at, per yard 4c
Boston, extra heavy bleached
Pillow Casing, 42 inches wide 8lC
Autumn Dress Goods.
New weaves, approved by fashion,
shown for the first time here.
51-inch unfinished Worsted, 52 inch
Camel's Hair. Nun's Veiling, Etam
ine. Grenadines, Crepes, Basket
75c, SI, SI. 25.
AH specially priced, shown in the
new autumn shades and black.
Specials In Hosiery.
Boyb' heavy rihh id hose, usually
it3, some slightly imperfect,
Women's lace stripe tan hose,
'Jo c values, Tursday we clot-o
thorn mit t. tftr
.... J 1 W
1(11 lo One You C-m i I ell
.A TEIN BLOCH suit fr m afi.e made
to-order suit in a crowd, with ut ask
irQ or seeing the lab-J. That's th- beauty
. of correctly tailored ready-to-wear clothing.
Every garment looks as though it was made
for its wearer, and you save time, annoyance
Worth considering, isn't it?
Nearly all the well dressed men in
town know about these clothes If yoj
don't, just drop in our store any time and
we will show them to you. You'll never
buy any other make after once seeing and
"trying on" STEIN-I3LOCH CLOTHES.
Suits - - $15 to $25
Overcoats - $15 to $25
SOMMERS & LAVELLE.
1804 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
207 West Second Street, Davenport.
The finest display of FALL MILLINERY of every descrip
tion is at this store. We give our time and attention en
tirely to Millinery, therefore we can guarantee every lady
a becoming hat at the lowest prices possible. Call and
inspect our goods and pric3s, and you will be convinced
that we arc correct in our statements.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Corner Twentieth street and Fourth Avnu Rock Island. 111. Telephone 1233
(Zhrls. Mueller Sons.
TwentymFoarth Stt and Ttlrd Ave.
An now prepared to furnish the Best Grades of Ilard and Soft
Coal that money will buy, and at prices that are all right.
When in nesd of anything in the line of coal or lumber, kindly
give us a calL
David J. Buckley,