Newspaper Page Text
THE AKGrTJS, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1902.
a - v
Is the ,'
oo ockj oaaooooooooooo oooooo a
Dainty Breakfast Foods,
well as choicest delicacies for
lunch and dinner, can always 1
fmnl at our store. We handle
onlv lirst class giwiils ami can guar
antee ijualitv. Everything olTcrcl
for sale lure is strictly fresh and
just as represented. We carry a
large stock of se ecteil family arid
fancy groceries. Pure teas and
codecs a specialty. a prices,
too. I'rompt service.
VV. J. MOELLER,
Thone U'lS. 20.J0 Fifth Avenue.
You'll like our Jtakery pro
ducts They're as good as they
look, and that's pretty
nearly iKrfetion. Home raiy
they are i-rfet. Anyway,
we know you'll like them
as mucli as others have
Consider your health when
you buy an article of l'oixl
or refreshment, ami buy
nlypure, wholesome arti
cles Our Ice Cream, Ices,
Candies, everything we han
dle, is aeroixliug to the
Sand Ice Cream
Establishment. Phone 1156.
171G-1718 Second Avenue.
Estate of Adelaide Howiintf. deceased.
Tta undersigned having oeen appointed,
executor of tbe lut will and tentauient of
Adalaltle Itowliop. late of tbe county of Rock
Island state ot Illinois, deceased, hereby irWes
koUes tbat he will appear before tbe eounlj
emn of Roes Island county, at tbe eounty
eourt room. In the city ot Rock Island, at
the July. iwri probate term, on tbe flrvt Mon
day in July next, at which time ail persons
bavins; claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose of
bavin the same adjusted. All persons In
debted to said eotate are repeated to make
Immediate payment tn tbe 'nderBigued.
Iated this 2f to dav of April. A. D 1002.
WiMiAMSDf B ewANBT. Rzecutor.
Cosneixt & Cos.nkli.t, Attornejs.
Is an Antiseptic Healing Powder
Has dm, Wonmrt, Bums fi4 Scalds
without a scar. 25 cents. Druggists.
President Sexton Punishes Dav--,.
. enport's Captain for Mis
conduct. ALL PAST TINES MUST BE PAID
Out or Game Until Satisfactory V.-
' planal Ions Are Slide-
P. W. L. V.V.
i'ockford 31 .20 11 .G4j
Terre Haute .10 1 S 12 .f.ul)
Hock Island 211 15 U .517
Kvaiisvile :.2 10 10 '.inn
Davenport ::i 15 10 .-14
eGdar IJjpids ::) 14 10 .407
Hloomington lai 1'! 17 :.4:t."5
Decatur :tl 11 2il .355
Keaultw Y-Mlrilu v-
Decatur. : Terre llaule. 4.
Davenport, ii; Cedar Uapids. ?,.
Kvansville. 11; I .loomingt on. I.
H hfi Tlry flay Tomorrow.
Koi'k I .-land at Ctilar Kapids.
I'ockford :it Davenport.
1 U m i mi n-r t n ;:t Terre Haute.
Dccaiur at Kvansvilh.
Hock Island. .lime 2. 1H02.
Kditor Argils, t'ity. Dear Sir: Kn
ciosed please llntl copy id a letter
in liN-.l James T. Daves an.l Victor
Kili'. of the D.leii)iirt litlll club. The
letter is e:illeil out ly the very ro
ii 1 1 ii-i' I net of iiisu'oiirilina t iiii an I
disrespect ill which Mr. Kintj indulg
ed in his )iiili.-.lu-il interview in the
S:ni(lay l'eiilliea u. and it is lil.ldc to
e.ivci- tin fact., tin record in this of
lie. t tlu en. I that the nililic and
the press may know that 1 r. Kiny
has nrii Ih-i ii crillrcly l-l.i nitdess. an. I
that She umpires have ha. I much
c:t:ise fi.r ci i: ; l : i n t :i'f;tiii-t him.
With the alie object in view, I ask
Ihat you ivt- space to the ciicln'.ed
letter in to-ir next issue. Very truly
yoiirs. ' M. II. SKX IO.N.
Pres. I. I. I. I.earae.
K ck Inland. June 'J. Victor Kinir.
Captain I'.aschail cluli. Datenpi;rt. Dea r
Sir: I tin. I in the Kepulilica n of June
1st a paragraph un.ier the caption.
"('apt. hinvr's ersioii. the clositifj
sentence of which is as follows: "It
.-ceiiis very strange thai the players
put out of the i;aiiie in II.uk Island
are always the xisitiui players. Thus
it was with Mullaney. hut he was
promptly reinstated when the team
came to Davenport, which seems very
stranye." Your conduct. lanirunire
mil actions on I lie diauioud since
the opening of the season have been
sufficient in themselves to have
brought upon you severe punishment
it my hands were you a mcmbi-r of
my I'lub ex-'pt Daxeiijiort. but this
latest act of diresK-ct on your part
I cannot overlook.
A researi-h into the records of this
office show nine tines recorded
against members of the Davenport
club. Six of those tines are charged
against you. On May 5 I wrote you
regarding" the first fine, which was im
posed In-fori the season was three
days old. The very next day it was
necessary for me to write you again
regarding' a second fine, and I gave
you warning in that letter that you
must conduct yourself in a more
orderly and gentlemanly manner. On
May l.'S it again became necessary
for me to write you regarding" the
third fine, and on that occasion I
warned you distinctly ami positively
that I would not longer put up with
your aclions, anilj then imposed on
! Special bale for Wednesday, June 4
I Young & IcComb's i
The Only Spot Cash Department
Store in the Tri-Cities.
Closing out about 20 styles of
lilack Mercerized Underskirts
worth up to $4.50. C 7C
Wednesday special .113
24 pieces Cheney Bros., Satin
Foulard, the best on earth:
not a yard of these poods
ever sold less than $1.00 per
yard: Wednesday Sale 7Q
price, yard lJs
For a short while we will give
free either a Crayon (life
size) -portrait, or a Photo but
ton to customers purchasing
one dollar or over. Ask clerk
for purchasing ticket.
Ixit Fine Figured Batiste,
worth up to 12c, Wednes
Falms. live grown,
I lot Genuine Cut Steel Beaded.
Hand-made Chatilane Bags,
5 20 Per Cent Discount on Wall Paper
you an additional !!ne,for the unusual
and extremely filthy language used by
J on on that, occasion. You have
since that- time been fined on two
separate occasions making as above
stated six fines standing ag-ainst you
onlv. two of which have as vet been
Thea I'rnpirea Complalu.
Three different- umpires have com
plained to me of the very ilisrepcct
ful manner, the offensive tactics, and
the vulgar and filthy language em
ployed towards them, ami in the face
of repeated warning's from tne vou
have shown no disposition to do bet
in tlie absence of any inquiry on
your part at this office, 1 presume
that Vou know as little about the
facts in the Mullanev matter as the
general public, and the opinion ex
pressed by you in the Kepubliean is
caused by your reading- g-arhlcd ac
counts of that matter now going the
rounds of the press. You well know
Ihat Mr. Mullaney was suspended by
me and when you made those slate
ments to the Kepubliean rcpresenta
live vou no iloiiot realize. I that vou
were openly charging" the president
of the league with helping a par lieu
lar club to win games. I'm- a It
serious charge than this last season
one player was expelled from the
league. However, I shall not in this
instance turn the matter over to tl
league directors, but will mvself visit
.ipon you such punishment as the of
fense seems to merit.
I therefore herewith notify you
that, after tila's iranie vou stand
suspended from participating" in any
game played by your club until fur
thcr notice. Your term wf sust nsion
will remain in force until all fine:
now standing against you are paid
and for such further period of tinn
as you may require to con
ince me, lliroiiirli I lie ollicers
of your club, that in the f u
tare vou will show to the officials an I
umpires of this league the respect
to which they are entitled.
Kalu at lM-k for.l.
The 1,'ui'k Island-Kockforl game
scheduled for yesterday was post
poned on account of wcl grounds.
D catiir I (I u 5 (I 'X tl 0 I)
Tern Haute 1 o 1 n n u n o
Hits Deiatur, 14; Terre Haute.
Krrors - Decatur. I: Terre Haute. 0.
Catteries Daniels and Krcbs; Mar
tin, Swaim ami Starnagle.
Da iix.rt II II 0 II II II (I U II ll
l edar Itapids ....' 0 II II II II O 0 1
Hits -Davenport, 1; Cedar Kapid,
Krrors-- Davenport. I: Cedar llap
Hattcries Wenig ami Shannon;
Mc Fa Hand and Weaver.
Kvansville 0 0 1 0 11 0 II 1 13
r.looiuiiigtou ..u 1 n o i ii o o o -
Hits Kvansville. 13; I'loomington.
Krrors Kvansiille. 3; '.looming
Matteries Torrence ami Seisler;
llccdles, Thompson and I'elt.
The next game on the home
grounds will be with I'ockford Sat
Tin Davenport papers followed their
screed of Sunday morning" with a
nonsensical story that Mesmer was
afraid to umpire tin Sunday game in
that city. The facts in the case are
that Mesmer was detained at holm
on account of the iliness of his wife.
who has been at the point of death
the past few days. However, there
are probably enough law-abiding cit
izens in Davenort to protect an um
pire from the hid heads. The state
ment of the Davenport papers that
closely knitted with pocket
on inside chamois lined fancy
frames, former price $3.50;
Wednesday sale Q I "7C
Bohemian Glass Water Sets, as
sorted, 1 pitcher, 6 glasses
and tray: $1.25 value,
at. per set 1 uU
1 lot, 2C Inch Black Gloria Um
brellas, all fancy handles;
these can be used for rain or
sun. Handles are worth
more than we ask for them.
Steel rod and tassel,
Wednesday, only . . .
Men's Madras Shirts odd lots,
find your size QQ
Men's Honeycomb Underwear
for hot weather, shirts OEn
and drawers, choice . . . L.Os
Ladies' Seamless Fast Black
Hose, all sizes, three )fr
pair for UL
Fancy Pillows. French Sateen
covered, with four inch ruffle,
while tbey last, QQ
Mepmer is unfit to umpire fairly be
caiise he lives on this side of the riv
er is ridiculous and will not In taken
seriously by anyone who follows the
President Sexlon has appointed
Phil Veitch. of Kvansville, umpire in
the Three-1 .league. Louis Kramer,
the Louisville man announced as chos
en yesterday, having" failed to make
WILLIAM J. V0LX AND
MISS 0. A. LARSON WED
At 4 oeloek yesterday afternoon
occurred the wedding" of William J.
Volk and Miss Gertrude A. Larson,
the ceremony being Hrformed by
llev. William Torrance at tln home
of the sister of the bride, Mrs. Sam
uel Hanson, 1103 Twenty-first street.
Owing- to the recent bereavement in
the family of the bride, which caused
a postponement of the marriage after
announcements had been issued sev
eral weeks ago. tie affair was a very
quiet ou an. I only immediate rila
livis were present. The groom is as
sociated wilh his father. John Volk.
in the firm of John Volk V Co. lit is
at present engaged in superintending
the construction of a large building"
at Ottawa. The bride is a daughter
of Mrs. Helena M. Lirson an 1 a most
excellent ami charming young lady.
The couple will take up their perma
nent residence in this icty when the
groom finishes I lie contract upon
which he is now engaged.
The wedding of Miss Johanna Seiil
eiifuss and Iouis Ohge was celebrated
at the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Seiilenfnss, 25 111
Fif I li-and-a-half avenue, at 5 o'clock
Sunday afternoon, ihat dale bcinj
the 21M h anniversary of the weddinj
of the bride's parents. 1,'ev. Trefter
of the (.einiaii K a ngelica I church.
p'rfortned the ceremony. John S.-id
eiifuss, blot her of the bride, was besl
mail, and Miss Clara Ohge. sister ol
the irrooin, was bridesmaid. Tin
wedding march was plaved bv Frank
Friestat and sister. Florence. John
S.vib n f iiss. Sr.. gave I he bride in
ma rna tre. A bountiful supper was
served lo the forty guests after tin
ccrcmonv. A large number of beau
tiful prcscnls came from the friends
of Ihe couple. Mr. and Mrs. Ohge
will live at ln:i7 Fifteenth street. The
M"ooin has been in Ihe employ of
Weyerliauser iV Denkinann for the
past twelve years.
PETTY THIEVING IN
LOCAL FREIGHT HOUSES
For some time past there has been
cousiileralile pettv tnieving" going on
in the railroad freight houses about
the city and the railroad companii
haxe been f reo lieu 1 1 V called upon lo
make piml for articles that wen1
Recently nun have been discharge.!
it two of the local freight houses on
suspicion hi having taken small ar
ticles that thev were engaged in
handling, but the matter was not car
ncd furl her and there was no prose
cution. It has now been decided to
lake a stand against the evil and in
vest iga t ions are now being made that
may result in the apprehension of
soi. ii of those who have iteeu impli
MILLIONS OF FISH.
Tli l.reat KImIiIiik Wlor of Wlnroimlo Ar
lleliis; Nuly Stocfcil.
(ireat attention is being paid this
year by tin Wisconsin tisli commis
sion lo the slocking" ol llie streams
Mid lakes of that state. Fifteen mill
ion pike iry ami iw minion muscai
loiige are lo be list ribulcil in the Wis
consin lakes, and it is proosed by the
Wisconsin authorities to give the vis
itor lo that state this summer plenty
of sport with rod and line.
The Chicago. Northwestern rail
way, which reaches all the principal
fishing resorts in Wisconsin and
northern Michigan, announces favor-
ible excursion rates and special train
service from t liicag ami .Milwaukee
Ihis summer to lake care of what
they anticipate will be the largest
movement' to Wisconsin resorts that
has ever been known.
iVan Waiting A war-
The following letter from Hubert
II. Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instruc
tive: "I have bun troubled with kid
ney disease for the- last five years. I
lost flesh and never felt well and doc
tored with leading physicians ami
tried all remedies suggested without
relief. Finally I tried Foley's Kidney
lire, and less than two bottles com
pletely cured nie, and 1 a in now-
sound and well."
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions, in place of these valuable med
icines that liave stood the xesi oi
years, ana thus jeopardize me lives
of their victims. For sale by all
Heady to Yield.
"I used De-Wit Fs Witch Hazel Salve
for piles and found it a certain cure.
mvs S. k. Meredith, Willow iirove.
Del. Operation unnecessary to cure
piles. They always yield to DeWitts
Witch Hazel Salve. Cures skin dis
eases, nil kinds or wounds. Accept
no counterfeits. All druggists.
That sealbrown taste of a canton
flannel tongue speaks from the liver
and tells you to take Ilocky Moun
tain Tea at night. Genuine 35c. T.
H. Thomas' pharmacy.
CHILD IS MAIMED
Six-Year-Old Clara Norrman Run
Down By a
THE ANIMAL CRUSHES HEE ABM
Girl Attempts to Cross, the Street
In Front of Dr. Snu
A most unfortunate accident occur
red at the corner of Third avenue
and Twenty-second street about C:'M
last evening which it is feared may
result in the permanent maiming of
8-year-old Clara Norrman. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norrman, 2111
Twenty-second si reet.
Dr. I. I!. Somlers, the veterinarian,
accompanied by Chris Koch, was driv
ing east at the above time and 'place
in a single rig. The little, girl was
playing with other children on the
north side of the avenue, but just
before the doctor's rig came up she
ran across to the south side lo get
some flowers from a party of boys.
In returning- she started to run back
across the street without looking to
the right nor left.
Mors Steps mi Arm.
Dr. Sunders" horse had just
pulled toward the curbing- to
another party of children who
crossing 1 hi street and the
had taken l.ii' a few steps
w hen she
was struck and knocked to the pavi
meiit. As she fell she screamed an
the horse juiiilM-d. One of the steel
shod hoofs was planted upon tin
girl's right arm just a how the el
bow. crushing the bone, and Ihe front
wheel had passed over her bo.lv be
fore the rii- could be stopped.
Mr. Koch carried the little girl to
her home, which is but a short ilis
lance from the scene of the accident,
and Dr. Souders sent for a physician.
The latter found that, although tbe ri
were a number of cuts and bruises
about the body and face, the injury
to the arm was the most serious and
it may be that amputation will be
A BIO CIRCUS C0MINO SOON
The (ireat Wallace Show Has Announced
It l):ite for Tlil "lty.
The I ireat Wallace show, so appro
priately st vied the "highest class cir
ens in the world." lias completed all
arrange incuts for its exhibition in
Hock Island Saturday. June 21. Tin
Wallace sdiow has been reorganize!
this year ami si-ores of new fioveltio
and features will be seen for the first
time in this country under the Wal
lace tents this season.
Tin Omaha Dee said: "We have
been reading lately many coinpli-
meiiiarv comments on the greatly in
creased size and unquestioned merit
of the newly equipped Great Wallace
shows, now touring the west, but
were agreeably surprised today, lirst
ov Ihe magnitude of 1 lie show as a
whole, as it came in sections on it
elegantly constructed trains. and
!gain, bv its stupendous, clean aii.l
novel paradi. A show never presi nt
eil a more gorgvous pageant. Wi
visited the grounds later on a busi
ness errand ami again met a sur
prise. Tin show is absolutely new
throughout, and cowrs
not onlv the
ntire show lot. but a
I Ihe streets
tints at the
surrounding them. 1 In
aft i' rn oo n performance
with visitors, and the
ram. for novelty, great features.
coined v anil real a 1 1 ract i v ness is lar
superior lo any I lung uncivil lo an
Omaha audience for mauv vcais, and
we have hail all of tin co-called big
The ierman Villain.
The German village where, as in
their native land, the Teuton sios his
beer or wine, sings his songs and
smokes to his heart's content, is one
f the most opular features of 1 he
great linstock-reran .Mighty Carni
val company. On a specially erected
stage are given vaudeville special
ties of the land of the kaiser such
as Tyrolean warblers. German
yodlers, Swiss bell ringers, etc., pro
viding an excellent entertainment
where mirth and music, good cheer and
g.toil fellowship go hand in hand anil
where all is pleasure, jkeace anil
plenty in an atiinrsphere that savors
f the distant Kheiii in the far-off
Fatherland." The German village
can be visited on tin streets at the
Klks jubilee carnival at Davenport,
I tine 23-211.
Virulent faurer ( iir(l.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by Drug
gist ti. W. 1'oherts. of Kliaheth, W.
Va. An old man there hail long suf
fered with what good doctors pro
nounced incurable cancer. They be
lieved his case hopeless till he used
Kleetrii Bitters and applied Buek-
len's Arnica Salve, which treatment
completely cured him. When Klec-
trie Bitttrs are used to expel bilious.
kidney and microbe poisons at the
same time this salve exerts its
matchless healing power, blinxl dis
eases, skin eruptions, ulcers and
sores vanish. Bitters 50c. Salve 25c,
at Hartz & Fllemever.
If you have kidney or bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kid
ney Cure, you will have only yourself
to blame for results, as it positively
cures all forms of kidney and bladder
diseases. All drug-gists.
I The kind
liriiucr St Co.
t STRAW HATS
In all the new and
5 We Please the People.
114 West Seventeenth Street.
If ever any article merited the
mark of "O. K." the Jewel Gasoline
Stove merits such a mark. It's abso
lutely safe you can not explode it;
t is clear, odorless, smokeless, and
costs but a trifle to operate. It is a
summer necessity, but in hundreds of
homes it is used all the year round
and it lasts for a good many years.
Come in and see the various sizes and
A WW M yT
Opposite tlie Harper House.
i TTTTTT 4T 1 I'T V TT 1 V W V 'P V "i" V 1
li ! ! ; ill! hi I
st i f i
IP If !
dw.w , m J
Jir If - t
jtopular sliapes and braids
ONE OF THE, FINEST
We waul to arrest oiir attention when in
need of cash. We have one of the linest plans
for loaning; money and wi; wouhl like to ex
plain it to you. Quick service, reasonable
terms, lonj; or short time, entire privacy,
amounts from $10 upwards, an some of the
advantages to which we would call your at
tention. We secure ourselves bv takiti"-a
lien on your piano, furniture, horses, wagons,
or 't her personal property, but t he propert y
is not- removed from your possession. I!eli
ahlc methods, fair ami courteous treat meiit.
we jruaraiitee to all. Let us loan vou t lie
money you need.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell & Lviule Block, ltoom 3S. Of
fice hours: H a. in. li Ii p. in. and Wed
nesday and Sat unlay evening's
Telephone BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Is easily obtainable by the use of a
good hot wafer heater; useful any
where, invaluable where large heat
ers and boilers are not to be had.
Hot wafer has many uses aside from
the bath, anil this heater we furnish,
ami set up is tin right thing- in the
ASK ITS, rLF.ASE.
A well equipped kitchen is one of
the most certain aidi to happiness
.Von can't cook with a pleased mind
unless you have utensils at hand for
your convenience. Whether it is the
Faster season, or any other, these
granite kitchen things will please
1S21 Second Avenue.