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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901.
MMiIRt fM TMi PaOGTtfl M14 CO. CMUaMtl.
CASE COMING TO CLOSE
.r;nmrnt Are Commenced
in the Minne Murder
HOW TO ECONOMIZE.
OME men economize so closely on the
number of words in a telegram that the
receiver can not understand it. This is not
sensible economy. Neither is it sensible
economy to ruin garments of value with cheap
soap or powerful chemicals that cat into the fabric
True economy uses Ivory Soap in the laundry.
It is the most of pure soap that can be snld for the
money, v-hemically it is as innocent as vater. Yet
it does everything you can ask of a soap. Try it I
At thin morning's session in tlifl Mimic
murder oe. Dr. Maxwell, of Long
Urove.lowa, testified that lie av Evans'
woutkU on tho Monday after tin? affray
iwnd that the cut werw nu-le not with u
ponket knife, but with a two-edged wca
jn. Herliert It. fiould was then called to
give dUtiuwes and elevation of certain
olijert in the locality of J)e Smt't's sa
loon aud the plaoe where Minne was
found. The objct of hi testimony was
to show that Mr. De Sniet could not
from lier porch see the- body ot a ran
lying on the "round where. Minne. was
said to have l"n picked up. On cross
examination lie said ttat if the. ImmIv lay
in a certain jKisition it could lve so seen,
while in others it could not. He also
identified the spot where the blood
stains were, and where Minna wan said
to lmve fallen.
The testimony of Yer l?ieste lefore
the coroner wa.s then read and the de
fendant closed their case.
I I..t . I ...l.....;., V,-soi.
Sala were railed and testified that no " "" "V""
one could tell ."o hours after a wound
had Wil indicted whether it had been 'ATJGTJSTANA STUDENTS ARE
DOCTORS MUST REPORT
ALL BIRTHS AND LEATHS
JJayor Knox has received a copv of
the state law enact cl Lit May and In
foive .Ian. 1 providing for the. reorthig
of births and deaths to the city or tow.i
clerks. The Yeguhit ions are much more
tringcut than in the pa-t. There is a'
heavy penalty picscrihcd for doctors and
mid-wives wiio fail to make returns and
for undertakers who burv a body with
out kllOU'il!" ulll lliMl- II,,. ..... .. I . f I,., I
death has l.son made.
PRETTY WEDDING AT
A SHE OWN HOME IN COE
A pretty home wedding was that of
Lodcma Ashdown and Charles Nimiwon,
which took place at the hums of the
liride s parents in Coe Wednesday, at
p. m. i ho bride was attireU 111 a fawn
color gown, trimmed with white brocad
ed satin and itcarla. The attendants
wi re Lydia Ashdown and Fred Ashdown,
cousin and brother of the bride, respec
tively. The bridesmaid wore a castor
color m trimmed in blue silk and ecru
At 2 o'clock, when were heard the
strains of the wedding march, played by
Mrs. Iewis Uilhert, sister of thft groom.
tue bridal party marched to the jiurlor.
taking places under an a.rnh, triuiuixd
with smilax aiul carnations, and herwtlie
solemn words of the ceremony were said
bv the Itev. Mr. Cruino of Port Bvtoh.
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After congratulations had len extend- tlie proud distinction attained in this
ed, and whilo Edgar Wallher was jJay- J locality. The public endorsement f
ing a guitar selection, tho guests were scores of Kock Island residents li:is
directed to the diningroom. where a rendered invaluable service to the
bountiful dinner awaited them. Those community. Jieitil what Ibis citizen
present were the near relative and inti-Jsays
mate friends of the contracting parties.) Junius Lange, of 7:IS Seventeenth
The bride was favored with many U-au- street, retired, says: "There is noth-
t if ul and costly presents. In the even- ing like experience to prove the real
ing Mr. and Mrs. Simpson boarded a worth of a remedy. For years I suf
westbound trin on their wedding trip fered from kidney troubles, tried dif
ferent remedies, and used plasters.
lloir It Was Mal hii.I Krtsilned In Cixk
A good reputation is not easily
earned, and it was only by bard, con
sistent work :niMj;i'r our citizens that
1 loan's Kidney Pills won their way to
Combines the life-giving,
of the juice of the grape,
with fruits and herbs. It
is nature's own tonic, and
is as delicious in taste as it
is pleasant in effects. It is
an ideal medicine.
A CRUSHED FRUIT
It is especially efficacious
in dvspepsia and bowel
troubles. A large percentage of the diseases to which the human
O familv is heir are caused hv rnnstinatinn. Whpn tbf orrpt main
canal, the human sewer as it were,is clogged, a myriad of ills result.
MILT CHAMBERS, PIONEER
OF THE RIVER, IS DEAD
Xews reached the city yesterday of
the death cf T. ". I 'handier, a long
time resident of I.('laire. He passed
away ul the Soldier" Home in Milwau
kee, lie was aired alut M years anl
was a iiiemU-r of the (I. A. II., in which
lie took a great deal of interest. He
was miKt widely known, however, by
reason of the fact of his having followed
he oeeupat ion of cook on the river
Steamers for most of his life. Many of
the mV who left the river and lwcame
prominent in other walks of life will re-niemb-r
with pleasure the excellence of
the n:ea!s ,-crvcd by the deceased, who
was usually railed "Milt" t'hanilers in
Mr. Chambers married Mis J.. A.
Janes of Ie Claire, and she and two chil
dren, Lottie and May, survive.
Licensed to Wed.
Swan Iarson Moline.
M"iss Aiaia Ailiinil Moline.
ank 1. tViriijm nck Island.
ML- IVa M.ileJena Larkin.. Davenport.
Puts liirbt in the eye. tints the
cheeks with nature's vermilion, loos
ens; the tension of life, brushes col
vels from your lirain. That's what
llocky Moimtnin Tea dues. :;3 cents.
T. II. Tlinmas, druggist.
BREAKING CAR AXLE
HOLDS PEORIA TRAINS
A car on tho evening train of the
Cable braiu'h of the l'eoria roiid broke
an axle near the canal luidge at Milan
on th way to Km-k IsLiud, yesterday.
The engine enjne to llock i-luid for
jacks aud new trucks were put under
the car. The track was Mocked aUuit
three hours and there were live trains
Fall Creaui Milk. Whlpplac Cream. Cliole
We invite the public to visit otT
factory and witness our nictho!s tf
ian!iin these delicate rIi;ets.
Our motto is . quality, cleanliness
Tri-Citv lSottlcd Milk t I?uttcr Co.
Sciatic Kliruinittium Cared.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
niebmoud, Va., says: "I bail a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two montns; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
j;licu:natism. 'ibis cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. - have also beard
of line results from others who have
used it." Sold by Olio Crotjan, l.lOt
Second avenue. Uncle Island, flust
Schlcgel & Son. L'U West Second
made with a single-edged or a double
After a few minute given to further
testimony in rebuttal this afternoon the
arguments began. U. 15. Olmstead open
ing for the people. It is thought the
case will not go to the jury Ix-fore next
Two panels of jurors for the January
term of the circuit court, to report re
flectively Jan. ; and Jan. 20. were
drawn today. Hie lirt jKinel is com
Kock Island Tohn P.unge. J. C. Frey,
W. L. Nicholas. H. II. Hams, J. It. Kim
ball. M. Uuncher. Peter Jieselin.
Moline Dan Kruse. tliarles Akers. P.
(). Jirson. J. A. :ustafson. A. J. llcach.
James 1!. M:iiU. F- K. IMer, Ncls An
tlerson, James Trevor.
South llock Island Frank Norris,
foe F. A. Hollister, William f!roh,
W. II. Mocnly.
lvlgington Thomas Kelahar, J. F.
Caunt, A. F. Kckstrom.
Drury Hufus llicketts.
1 Slack Hawk A. P. Nelson
Hampton-Frank CVough, James Cook.
Howling Frank McConnell, J. N
Clark. Thomas Curtis.
Coal Valley Cilliert Tetty.
Cordova H A. Willamson, U II. Pey
nolds. Andalusia 15. U. Huntley.
Imllalo Prairie Pert Andrews.
llock Island A. F. Casper, I.. C. Fair
child. Charles Carlson, C. K. Adams, Wil-1
liiiin Fcnck. William Sauiuelson, W . J.
lLinson. John lleck. Louis Keoun.
Moline C. Arvhlson,- Oust
TAKING THEIR VACATION
t hristmas .nation for the students
of Augustaiia college Ugan with the
close of recitations at 5 o'cloek yester
Tin re will 1m the usual exodus of stu
dents from ihe college from now till the
end of the week, when the halls will Ik'
The college department of Augustana
will resume Jan. S. The conservatory
and coiiiniereial rcpartments will rosiune
an. 2, liit the seminary will not lVwiimo
till Jan. 1", many of the theohydeal stu
tlents tloing pasjoral wo4-k during tiieir
lu line with the policy for a grewter
Aiiiistaua. the college author-it iea have
appointed J. .. (.'hristianson to eaimirw
Pock Island, lleurv ami Knox countiti
for new students to enter at tha Utgin
ning of the winter term. and. another
rcpres ntative will be sent to Chicago on
a similar mission,
The executive oinmitteo f the lioard
out 1 got no reliel that was perma
nent until I used Dtian's Kidney Pills.
There was a -weakness and such ter-
riole iianis tlirouiili my Kidnevs that
I could not sit down or get up wilh-
out feeling terrible shooting twinges.
Whenever 1 caught cold it always
settled in my kidneys and uggravate.1
lb; pain. One day I was conipl.-iin-intr
about mv back to Mr. Wivill. if
1.111 Seventh avenue, and be lold me
that Doan's Kidney Pills bad cured
bis backache, and lie advised me t,,
try them. I bought a supply at Mar
shall it Fisher's druir store, in all
five boxes, and I found them just as
my friend had represented. J hey re
lieved the pain in my back Jind re
stored the action of the kidnevs."
For sale by all dealers. Price ,10
cents. Foster-Mil burn Co.. l.ulTalo,
New York, sole agents for the II. S.
Keniember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC
WELL CURE CONSTIPATION.
not by violent and sickening purging, but by gently opening the
S ciogged channels of the body and permanently curing, by restor
ing t!ie normal lunctions, at the same time it is a blood-making,
strength-building tonic, acting as well on the stomach, liver, kid
neys and nerves. The benefits are apparent from the first dose.
A large size bottle for 50 cents, at your druggist, or sent by
THE UGHTXSNG MEDICINE CO., Rock Island, III.
Mull's Lightning Fain Killer cures neuralgia, toothache, colds,
sore throat, and all pain. Rub it on or drink it 25 cents.
Keep Your Bowels Strong.
Constipation or diarrhoea when
of directors of the college is in session your bowels are out of order. Cas
planuing work for the winter term, carets Candy Cathartic will make
The cominitteo is Dr. I.udwig jiolnie. them act naturally. Genuine tablets
Pniiington; Dr. M. C. Ranseen, Chicago; stamped C. C. C. Never soldin
Pev. Prodi lie. Orion. bulk. All drUSTCistS. IOC.
Don't Buy Christmas Presents
Until you luivo inspected our elegant line of
Jewelry, avI tick includes all tlie latest and most
desirable patterns of "Watches, Sterling and
Plated .Silverware and Novelties, "beautiful Rings,
Chains, etc. "We have now on sale a
SpeciaJ Imporla-tin of Diamonds
at surprisingly low prices. We are also sole
agents for the most exclusive patterns of the
celebrated Ilawkes Cut Glass, of which Ave carry
a full line.
A COM.MOX TIIOUULU.
Ids' mmM I
fez A ctwSt?--?!
4.ora oincumati and the ort.i U trio bect I.nc Couth to
Chattanooga, Atlanta, Knoavil'.c, Ominghcn, New
Orleans, t-hreyeport, Ashcviil?,
Savannrdi tad ell Florida Point.!.
Erce:.'cnt T!.ro';h Service. Caf.5,
Parlor ar.d OLservalion Cr.rs. I'rce
C!u:irCars. Throur'i Pi:i'niii f.cr
vice to l!1 imporLir.t Southern
Cities. Direct connection via the
Southern Railwsj from Ct. Iou'3 end Louisville.
f ", u d for f-eo hoo!ra sntl mars,
W A. CECX'.tr:, M. P A.. 1I3 Adsns CL,Chicajo,ina.
W.J. MURPHY. W. C. RINCARSON,
c-'i ai.- cin i mrca tcinr.
Chris. Mueller & Sons.
Twenty-Fourth Stt and Third Ave.
Are now prepared to furnish the Best Grades of Hard and Soft
Coal that money will buy, and at prices that are all right
When in need of anything in the line of coal or lumber iinoTy
give us a call.
David J. Buckley,
v Unit man. F. C. Iluntoon. AIUrt
Instils, K. K. Howe, Henry Hoffman, (
S. Marv is. 1. .1. IloL'strom. I. J. Hoover.
XeU Isaaeson. K1. Weise. Henry fJuelk
John Jooliiiaiison. Henry It. Stance.
South Moline E. T. fheen, .T. F. Kje.
South !k Island Jacob (Have, Wil
liam Furbos. Charles 1 '.rash nr. TlioinaK
Butralo Prairie K. AV. Johnston
lAwlin Charles Mi"onnell.
llural It. J. llailey.
Coe--Geoi:e Hunt, Tlioinas CrolTorJ
TURK LOSES HATCH
Unable to Throw "Farmet'
ItMt Nisbt in Daf
All that the Terrible Turk, So. 2
could do lat niirht at Turner Grand
Opera hou?e, IJ-enort, did not avail
to imt "Farmer Bums' Khoiildern on
tho nutt. and when time wiw called after
the two fitronp men had wrestled for
oit forty minute tho Sc)tt eounty
atldete had never lieen in the slightest
danger of beinj: thrown. He had leen
iuht a4 ajaffen-sive b the mountain of
bone aiul imtsiJe with which he liad to
coiitentl, and lie never tried to keep out
of rtwch of the man from the shores of
h It.wi.lw.nis. Several times. ' it is
true, the Turk had the "farmer" grip
pod about the neck, but that neek 6toM
the test as it had so many tunes in
the mat and endured all the pressure
ai.i.lip.l to it hv the wonderful muscles of
the Oriental. It was to aome purpose
that the Scott county agriculturist, de-
siroiw of distinction on the mat, anil
aware of the need of having a strong
connection between nhoulders and head,
slcnt for many a nisrht with a bag of
shot laid across his neck to develop the
already powerful muscles of that por
tion of hi phyBique.
The Turk won falls form Jonn oss.
of this city, and Horace Carter, 01
Dixon, in eighteen minutes, but the far
mer wrestled out the rest of the hour,
n the aerrresisive much of the time. A
challenge from John J. Rooney, of Chi
cago, was accepted by Mouradoulah.
The preliminary lout between Frank
Gotch. of Humboldt, hampion of Iowa,
and Mike Eli, the Turk's Roumanian
trainer, was a warm one and was won
CHEISTMAS PRESENTS FOE
SEVERAL OTHER POSTMASTERS
In addition to settling the controversy
at Kock Island by continuing T. II.
Thomas, aa postmaster, President Roose
velt yesterday, at the recommendation
of Congresnian Prince made the follow
ing reappointments of postmasters in
Mr. Prince's old district. George II.
McKinlev. Moline; F. A. Freer, Gales-
burg; Robert E. Moon, Fulton, and Am
eel 13. Case, rrophetstown. . . :
Thousands SulVrr From It Without Know-
Intt Its Hul Charai-ter.
iroiiiiie is more common or
more liiisundcrstood than nervous
dvspepsia. People having i( think
that fheir nerves are to blame, are
surprised that they are not cured by
nerve medicines and spring remedies;
the real seat of the mischief is lost
sight of; the stomach is the organ
to be looked after.
Nervous dyspeptics often do not
have any pain whatever in the stom
ach, nor perhaps nnv of the usual
symptoms of stomach weakness.
Nervous dyspepsia shows itself not
in the stomach so much as in nearly
eery other organ; in some cases the
Heart palpitates ami is irregular; in
others, the kidneys are affeeted; in
others, the bowels are troubled, with
loss of tlesh and appetite, with the
accumulation r gas, sour risings
and heart burn.
Mr. A. W. Sharper of No. 01 Pros
pect street. I nihannpol.s. lnd., writes
as follows: "A motive of pure grati
tude prompts me to write these few-
lines regarding the new and valuable
medicine. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
I have been a' sufferer from nervous
dyspepsia for the last four years;
have used various patent medicines
and other remedies without any fav
orable result. They sometimes give
temporary relief until the effects of
the medicine wore off. I attributed
this to my sedentary habits, being a
l)OckKeei)er with little physical ex
ercise, out 1 am glad to state that
the tablets have overcome nil these
ibstacles, for I have gained in ilesh.
sleep better and am better in every
way. The above is written not for
notoriety, but is based on actual
facts." Respect full yours.
A. W. Sharper,
CI Prospect St.. Indinnaolis, lnd.
It is safe to say that Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets will cure any stomach
weakness or disease-except cancer of
the stomach, gns, loss of flesh and ap
petite, sleeplessness, palpitation,
heartburn, constipation and head
Send for. valuable little book on
stomach diseases by addressing
Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich.
All druggists sell full sized pack
ages at 50 cents.
Coal's Out AgOLin.
Do you want an article
which will burn? Try
for cook stoves and you
will be pleased.
E. B. McKown,
Fifteenth street and First Avenue
Holiday Slippers for Gent
right's Cut Prices
Slippers for the Little Ones.
Also Gents Shoes $1.00.
1702 Second Avenue.
Until yon liave scon our line. Burlaps, Crepes,
Oriental Tapestries, Ingrains, Varnislied Tiles. All
the latest etl'ccts in Wall Papers.
Paridon 6v Son.,
Telephone 4753. ... . 419 Seventeenth Street.
For - - -
"POCKET KNIVES The largest line
Bone, genuine Buck Horn, Ehony
of Pocket Knives in Pearl, Ivory,
and Posewood handles, prices
5c to S5.
refunded, prices from
Avarranted to give satisfaction or your money
Food Changed to 1'olwn.
Putrefying food in the intestines
produce effects like those of arsenic,
but Dr. King's i.ew Life Pills expel
the poisons from clogged bowels,
gently, easily but surely, curing con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache.
fevers, all liver, kidney and bowel
troubles. Only 23c at llartz & Ulle-
Saved Ilia Life.
"I feel I owe my life to Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure," writes II. C. Chrcsten-
son. llayfield, Minn. "For three
years I had dyspepsia so bad that I
could hold nothing on my stomacn.
Finally I was confined, to my bed.
Doctors said I could not lire. I read
your advertisement of Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure and thought it ht my case
and commenced its use. I began to
improve from the first bottle. Now
am cured and recommend it to all.
All drnrists. .
75c to S2.
can suit you in any style and size. All under our
Avill carve turkey to a queen's taste, prices are
Any of the above
Sister or Brother.
to select from at the lowest prices.
Cvill make a line present for Father, Mother,
Don't forget we have the largest assortment
322 Twentieth. Street.