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THE AB6TJB, THURSDAY, APKIIj 9, 1903
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Particular - People.
WE WANT TO TALK TO PEOPLE WHO AEli HARD
TO PLEASE THE PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT PLEASED
WITH THE QUALITY THEY ARE NOW GETTING AND
THE r RICES THAT THEY ARE PAYING TOR GRO
CERIES. WE CAN INTEREST THEM A TRIAL OR
DER IS ALL THAT IS NECESSARY. HERE ARE A FEW
ARGUMENTS: ...... : , . .'
Strictly Fresh Eggs 12Jc per doz.
20 lbs. best grantdated Sugar
Shield's best patent Flour,
Pride of Ottowana Flour
3 K Herring,
4 lbs. dried Peaches
Dried Apricots, best in city, for
monev, 3 lbs
7a lbs. Cal. Prunes,
3 lb. package baking soda
1 lb. package cold water Stitrcb
for v.... ...
8 bars Diamond C Soap,
8 bars Swift Pride Soap,
1 doz. boxes Parlor pitches"
2 pkgs. Diamond Dust Washing
. Powder, for
o lb. can Haiti more Peach
3 lb. can Cal. Pears
In order to intrfwluee our 3."e
Olong Tea we will give one bottle
of lemon or vanilla extract free
with every pound.
qt. bottle of unfermented
grape juice for
S New 'Phone 5217.
Old 'Phone 1217.
NOW FOY YOUR
TTRfEcan show you
spring suits and fur
nishing goods than
any other clothing
house in the tri-cities
at the Right Price.
Adler Bros. & Co.
Suits and Over-
Come arid See Us.
p you I WmIT'l
1 ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Large can Giant .Lye,
12 bars Doll Soap .
. per lb
Reg. 10c Sack Salt
Fanck Honey drips syrup
French shoe Polish, rcg. 10c
box, this sale
Chain Hrand Asparagus tips,
:: per can
Cew Pack Tomatoes per doz,
$1.18, per can
3 lb. can Beets, per can 10c, 3
3 Jb, can Rhubarb, per can 9c 3
3 lb. can New England Baked
Beans, 3 cans for
2 lb. can Succotash, per
2 lb. can String Bears Sc can
2 cans for
3 lb. can H. I. Pumpkin, per can
. 10c, 3 cans for
1 lb. flat can Pink Salmon,
3 cans Assorted soups,
for. . . .
2 lb. can Corned Ham
will make a
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VOTE TO CONTEST
Members of Independent Voters'
Club Decide to Test
MASS MEETING TO BE HELD
Prime Obiect Said to Bo Exposure of
Methods Used in Republi
The Independent Voters club, com
posed of McCaskrin supporters in the
late city campaign, at a meeting1 at
Turner hall last evening decided to
take the action referred to in yes
terday's Argus as under consideration
looking to contesting' the election of
Willi am McConochie as mayor.
subscription paper was circulated
and the sum of $130 was raisetl.
Aid. McCaskrin was seen this morn
ing and said: "I am not anxious for
the office, but I think the contest
ought be instituted in the interest
of clean elections here in Kock Isl
and. Ihave now in myioiscssion
pledgesjfor $130 to carry oti Ihe pro
ceedings and papers are being1 circu
lated by members of the Independent
Mass Meeting: This Kvenln?.
"A mass meeting will be held at
Armory hall this evening to discuss
ways and means and it is hoped that
the sum of $1,000 will be raised to de
fray, any cost that may be incurred.
As. soon as the funds are assured we
will file notice of a contest in the
county court the object of which will
be less to unseat McConochie than to
expose the methods, that were used in
There appears to be very little
doubt that there were votes illegally
east at Tuesday's election in this citv
and any movement that may be tak
en looking- toward punishing those
who are guilt v of violations of the
law in this respect will have the sup
port of the better class of voters ir
respective of party.
lielated Flection Upturns.
llie election luesdav in ifrurv re
sulted in a victory for the republican
ticket in all except assessor. Frank
I. Gillett. republican, defeated F
Warner Foster, democrat, for super
visor, yi to ;. ihe new lownsmn oi-
fieers are: Supervisor, Frank I. I i I
lett; town clerk, Orson A. Warman;
assessor, (lordon Rieketts; collector.
Edward Feldman; commissioner " of
highways, Kdward Kranz: constable.
Charles ISIanchnrd; school trustee, J.
II. Morse, and noundinaster, 'Frank
In Hampton township the proposi
tion for a hard road to be built along
the river to give the upper end of the
fininty a better means of communi
cation with the tri-cities was? voted
upon and badly defeated Tuesday.
The count showed 100 votes against
and 61 for. There was but one town
ship ticket in the field and W. 15.
Carey, the present supervisor, was
reelected. ........ .
TO BE MADE A SANITARIUM
The Camanche clubhouse, at which
many Jfock Island people nave oeen
so well entertnincti, nas oeen som.
The consummation of the deal took
place yesterday in Clinton. The pur
chaser is Dr. F. C. Smith, of Jeffer
son, who for some time has lccn man
aging the Jefferson (Iowa) sanitari
The clubhouse was built about five
years ago, as a summer nome ior a
number of Clinton people. Ihe
grounds are most handsomely ap
pointed, in the town of Camanche. on
the banks of the Mississippi river be
low Clinton. Money was not a con
sideration of the construction of the
house, or in furnishing- it with all the
latest improvements. The house was
used for three summers, conducted
at a great outlay of money. For the
past two ears its doors have been
closed, the house vacant, awaiting a
Dr. F. C. Smith for a number or
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years was a suecessun Mntiu"uri
at McCausIand, later leaving- there
and locating' at Jefferson, where he
established a. sanitarium, conducting
it successfully for a number of years.
He will at once equip the building for
a modern sanitarium as well as a hos
pital for surgical cases. It will con
tain every variety of baths, including
electric, hot air, hot vapor, etc. Dr.
Smith will put in all the improve
ments of an up-to-date hospital and
sanitarium. Tart of this equipment
from-Jefferson has already arrived in
Camanche and the work of equipping
the building- as a sanitarium will he
commenced immediately. It is the
doctor's intention to be prepared for
business, within a week or 10 days.
One Notice I Served.
Due notice is hereby served on the
nublic C-enerallv that DeWitts Witch
Hazel Salve is the oniy saive on ine
market that is made from the pure,
unadulterated witch hazel. DeWitt's
witch Hazel Salve has cured thous
ands f cases of piles that would not
yield to'any other treatment, and this
fact has brought out many worthless
counterfeits. Those persona who get
the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve are never disappointed, because
Harper House pharmacy; A. J
Riess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street. r
Marv Jennimrs. N. Yamhill. Ore.
Could not get along- without Kocky
Mountain Tea. Makes women strong
and beautiful. Keeps them well. 35
cents. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
Funeral services over the remains
of the late David lobin took place
yesterday afternoon at St. Joseph's
church, where Rev. l nomas Mackin
was in charge. The remains were
buried at Calvary cemetery, the pall
bearers being Richard . Carnes, John
Condon and Joseph "Rosenfield, of this
city, John Condon, of Davenport, and
Edward Hamilton and William Car
rington, of Savanna.
The funeral of Mrs. Katherine Mul-
vey, who died Tuesday at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. James Gallagher,
in this city, was held at 2 o'clock this
afternoon at Sacred Heart cathedral,
Daveuport, with interment at St. Mar
guerite's eemeterj'. Deceased was an
old resident of Davenport and had
lived on this side but a few months.
She is survived by two daughters in
addition to Mrs. Gallagher, Mrs. Kate
Mulvey, of Davenport, and Mrs. John
Spencer, of St. Joseph, Mo.
Jajnvs MeQuaid has gone for a visit
at Douglass, uyo. i
- Miss Cotta IJarthoIomew is in Chi
cago attending' grand opera. '
Miss May Kntrikin left yesterday
afternoon for a visit in P.loomington.
Miss Clara Neuiu'an has returned to
her home in Minneapolis after visit
ing with her grandfather, J. M. Al
bright. Mrs. S. M. Hill and daughter. Miss
Marguerite, left this morning for u
trip of a week to Chicago and Mil
waukee. SWARD BOUND OVER
FOR COMMITTING ASSAULT
S. S. Sward, colored, was bound
over to the grand jury by Magistrate
Johnson this morning- in the sum of
$100. the charge against him being
assault with a deadly weapon. S. Du
binsky was the complaining witness
The affair happened at the scrap iron
yards. Dulimskv crave hwanl some
order which the latter resented. Tin
negro then grasped a heavy iron bar
and bromrht it down on Dubiiisk.v's
head, producing a severe wound. The
force of the blow felled Dub'msky and
Sward heaped insult on injury by
brutally kicking the prostrate form.
Workmen in the yard interfered or
otherwise Sward's unreasoning- pas
sion might have led him to commit
HAS FOOT INJURED BY . .
A BURLINGTON TRAIN
Grant Carter, 20 years old, while at
tempting to board a moving freight
train tin the Hurlington at Orion ear
ly this morning- fell under the wheels
ind his left foot was so badly mang
led that the amputation of at least
half of that member Avill probably be,
necessary, lie was brought to Kock
land on the morning passenger and
taken to St. Anthonys hospital.
where his injuries were looked after
bv Dr. Joseph DeSilva.
fhe doctor found all the bones in
the lower part of. the foot fractured.
the? flesh badly mangled and torn
from the instep down. Carter origi
nally; ttinie from I'.ooneville, Jnd.
With a companion he spent yesterday
in Kock Islanu. leaving last night
afoot and going as far as Orion. They
were beating their way to St. Louis,
where they hoped to secure work.
Carter's relatives at Dooneville have
been notified of the accident.
Two Biz Games at Davenport Saturday and
Two big- games at Davenport, Sat
urday, April 11. Chicago National
league vs. Davenport. dame . called
at :i p. m. Sunday, April '12. Chicago
American league vs. Davenport. (lame
called at U p. ni. Regular price of ad
mission, 25 cents. Come and help
Davenport celebrate the two big
EASTER EGG CONTEST
At Adams', the Shoe Man.
The boy or girl who will bring to
our store heiore educsuay, o p. in.,
April 15, the prettiest and most origi
nal painted, colored or dyed faster
egg, will receive a nice pair oi snocs.
Disinterested judges will pass judg
ment. All under 14 years of age can
Only for Gentlemen.
If you admire nice fitting garments,
trousers or spring overcoat, union
made, call on Oreenberg, the tailor.
He does a large merchant tailoring:
business, because he pleases his cus
tomers in fitting a suit of clothes, and
he also gives plenty of time to pay
for them in. You can buy your
clothes on weekly or monthly pay
ments. Please give us an early call
and examine our large stock of wool
ens. We keep open evenings until S
o'clock and also' Sunday m irnings
until noon. 207 Drady street, room C,
up over the Postal Telegraph office,
After La Grippe What?
Usually a hacking cough and a gen
rnl feeling of weakness, often lead-
inir to fatal results after the patient
is supposed to have passed the dan
ger point. Folej-'s Honey and lar is
guaranteed to cure the grippe
cough" and make you strong and
well. It never fails to stop a cough
if taken in time. Take no substitute
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
oniates. and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines
Refuse substitutes. All drug-gists, s
DONNELLY IS HERE
Rock Island Baseball Manager
Arrives to Begin Sea
. son's Wor4c.
THINKS HE HAS WINNING TEAM
Several Players on Hand and Others
Are Expected This
Manager Frank Donnelly arrived
from Springfield late last evening- to
take up his duties at the head of the
Rock Island baseball aggregation.
He says he is in capital condition and
anxious to begin work. He expresses
confidence that he has secured a bet
ter team this season than he had last
and expects the bunch to make a
good showing among the other aggre
gat ions of the league.
In addition to tiraham and O'Leary
who arrived yesterday, there are also
in the city Frank Schneiberg, pitcher,
of Milwaukee; Charles Case, who
played in the box last season, and
Oral Clark, also a box artist, from
The above, with Manager Donnelly,
went to the Twelfth street park this
afternoon for their first practice to
gether. This evening the other plaj'
ers with the exception of Will tiray
of Jnpliu. Mo., an outfielder, who has
written that he can't leave home till
the 10th. will be on hand. There will
bo IS men to liegin the season with.
O'l.earv and Smith will do the back
stop work, and the staff of pitchers
includes Schneiberg, Case. I'd Smith
Clark. K. L. Cadwallader and Al
Ilecht. lleeht and Clark are south
White Stork Inen Will Come
Secreary II. II. Cleaveland. of the
local association, has closed up the
deal with Comiskcy for a game with
tin; V hicago White Stockings in this
city Monday. A proposition has also
hem' made for a game with the same
team Tuesday. As the t lueagoans
have an oih n date tor that day, it is
expected that it will be taken up. but
no .definite assurance to that effect
has been received.
.Nothing has been heard from the
Fargo team of the lowa-Dakota
league, with which it was hoped a
game could be arranged later in the
week, and it is supposed that negotia
tions are off. This will leave the lo
cal team nothing to do but practice
alone from Tuesday, or possibly Mon
day, till one week from Sunday, when
the game with Davenport ill be
played in this city.
Note of the IHautnnri.
Manager Nichols Kockford bunch
had their first tryout at IScIoit col
lege yesterday and the youngsters
were easy victors 10 to 1. The Kock
fordiles need not feel blue, however,
as Madison yesterday took the fourth
game of the series from Dubinjue 7
to l, the game being JO innings.
At Tcrre Haute yesterday the St.
Louis Cardinals defeated the home
team 15 to 3. St. louis put in Hack-
ett. the former 1 erre Haute man, to
pitch against his old team and mates.
and thev could do nothing with hnn.
Yickers, who began last season with
Kock Island and closed with Terre
Haute, pitched part of the game.
Yickers was signed last fall by ( m
cinnati and was later turned over to
Hrooklyn. lie will not explain what
he is doing in Terre Haute now.
Contracts for two new players have
been received. They are Math Siehr
and Kdward Powers. The former is
a third baseman, is a big fellow, and
is said to be fast and a good hitter.
He hails from Milwaukee. Powers i
from Cairo, nd is an outfielder.
Tuesdays and Fridays will be fr;e
days for ladies in most of the Three-
Kve league towns.
(J. II. Ives, of Keithsburg, who has
reported to liaveport tor the out
field, is an undertaker.
Pollock, of the Kockford team.
plaved last fall on the Princeton Ti
gers, a strong eleven. He has played'
baseball several seasons, but not in
any league. Hosmer of the same team
who was manager of the Lansing
team in the Michigan league last sea
son, is a Xrw Yorker.
Manager Xicol and eight members
of the Kockford team have gone to
T'.olo'it for practice work with the col-
lecro nine. The plavers are in good
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Builds up muscular flesh, healthy
h. red blood: clears the
stomach, kidneys and liver. That's
what Kocky Mountain Tea will do
35 cents. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
We Always Sfiow
; ttie Best
And always quote the
Come early and see
what's going on.
A look often suggests
If it's in House Furn
ishings we have it.
Buy of the Leaders it
213-215 West Third
MEN'S XOHBY SPK1NO SUITS ABSOLUTE PER
FECTION IN TAILORING - ALL THE NEWEST DE
SIGNS IN STE1N-BLOCTI SUITS AND TOP COATS.
ALL THE CHOICE NOVELTIES FOR SPRING AND
CONFIRMATION WEAR A VAST VARIETY OF THE
MOST PERFECTLY MA DE GARMENTS FOR BOYS OF
ALL ACES, AND TRICES THE VERY LOWEST, CON
SISTENT WITH QUALITY.
1804 Second Ave., Rock Island. :
Our French, En'Ii.-h, German and Japanese Imported PAPERS
are now here, together with special American effects, all f which
we control exclusively in this territory. We are pleased to show
you these new decorative ideas.
Adams WaJl Paper Co.,
H. W. WAUD, Manager.
310-312-314 TWENTIETH STREET. ROCK ISLAND
Money is Put on the Wall
P. J. LEE,
St.. Davenport. Iowa.
Suits . . .
: 207 W. Second St.,'Davenport
every time a room Is repapered,
and the length of time that money
will stay there depends on the
quality of the paper. v
Some quickly fades and become
quickly colored or otherwise ob
jectionable in a very little while.
Then it must be replaced. Iletter
to- buy good WALL PAPER the
first time and save the additional
cost; even the very cheapest pa
pers in my stock have lasting qual
ities. All are very beautiful; none
' high priced.
1429-1431 Second Avenue,
Opposite Court House.