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THE AIIGUSv SATURDAY, APlrlL 18.' 1903.
Davis Block. 'Phone 1143.
II." E. CASTEEL, L. D.
Gentral .Trust and Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. S100.00O. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposit
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking1 business of
the company.' We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent-, estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others. .
THI TRATELKBS1 GUIDE.
CHICAGO. R.iCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Ticket
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1913 Second &ve
nue, or O.K. I. & P. depot
Fifth aveoue foot of Thirty
Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twenteth street. Prank H. Hum Tier, C P. A
lnver Lamued & Omaiia..
FV Worth. Denver & K C
tOmaha & Minneapolis...
Colorado & Omaha
Dea Moines & Omaha
Denver, LJncoln & Omaha.
Des Moines Kxpress
St. Paul & Klnceapo'ia ..
Denver. Ft. Worth & K. O.
t Kansas City , St Joe & Calif.
Ho"! Islacd & Washington
Onlcapo & Des Moires
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Ds Moinf s
oea R-pids. Tipton
1 3:45 air
t 7:00 pn
t 6:45 an
t 7:fo an
f O SS nir.
t l:w pnr
12:' 0 an
t B:25 air
t 8:00 am
Y 6:52 am
t 2:15 poe
r vmo pm
t 7:10 am
r :5 pm
t 2 3! pa:.
fi:l a aa
rt 8:3ft am
t 4:?U pm
BOCK ISLAND ASO PGQBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue S minutes In advance of time given.. -
jjKAVM. ABBJ va
8:10 am 9.40 pit
Jl :45 rm $5:56 pa
9:!0 am J4:55 pre
$3:30 pm 2:20 pm
Peoria. Springfield, at. U,
Peoria, Springfield, Indlan
lngton, St.. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable tt, Sherrard accom.
Oable A Sterrard Accom.1
Arrival. tPeparture tDally. except Sun
day. Phone West U)93, West 1128, West 1423.
CHICAGO, BCKL1NUTON &
Quincy Depot Second
a venae and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
LEA VS. AHR1VS.
6:35 an 8:35 am
tfi. -06 an tc:35 am
87:25 pm 7:10 pm
t7:25pm t7:10 pm
s7:40 pm 6:25 am
7:00 am t7:00 pm
s7:00 am 7:00pm
St. Louis, Springfield
Galesburg, Peoria acd
Sterling, Mendota and
8t. Louis, Kansas City,
Denver and PacUJc
Sterling and poirti ln-
Dubuque, Cliuvoa, Ls
, Crosse, St. Paul, Minn
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
- Stop at hock Island 25 minutes
Dally, t Daily except Sunday.
& St. Paul Kill way. . IX,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna tor points
east and west.. . .
, TRAIHS. LIATI. ABSIVE
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger 11:50 am
Accommodation 10:10 am 12:19 pm
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas
senger 8:30 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 8:47 pm
Freeport Wxpress 3:45 pm 11:40 am
An trains dally except Bundav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m, and ar
riving t 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
AND KETUKN VIA
Big Four Route
Account Convention of
Hat. !.lanufaetueirs, Ass.
April 15 to 17, 1903. ,
Tickets to New Orleans, La and
return will be on sale April It, 13 and
13, 1903, from all points on the "Big
Four," Cincinnati Northern, and D. &
U. R. Ji., at half rates.
Tickets will be good for, return to
reach original starting point not la
ter than 'April 19, 1903, unless exten
sion of return limit is availed of. "
13y depositing ticket with special
ngent at New Orleans not earlier than
April 12, nor later than April 19, and
on payment of 50 cents fee, an exten
sion of return limit may be obtained,
to reach original starting point not
later than April 30, 1903.
. .For fuli information and particu-
i ( . .3 li o l r . . v - j . - , ...... ......
m agentu 'Big Four Route," or ad
drsss the undersigned. . '
WARREN J. LYNCH,
Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
- W. P. DEPPE,
Asst. O. P. & T. Agt.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. An Peoria, 111.
Systems of heating-, to give proper
results, should be installed only by
workmen who know their business
thoroughly. Our workmen are
that kind, but we make assurance
doubly sure by personal supervis
ion". If you want new work or re
pairs you will have the work done
right if you IcaVe the order with
114 West Seventeenth St.
MUDGE, II. B. BEMMON,
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be tirst
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings.. 25Q
Bone filling 2SC
Platinum filling (50 L
Silver fillings . .. 50c
Gold fillings, $1 and up i,t:0
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5,00
$15 set of teeth for 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.'
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Get aboard at Rock Island.
Get off at Eos Angeles, Ssfn
Francisco or Portland, Ore. .
That is what the Rock Island
Extraordinarily low rates to
Pacific coast points daily until
Full information on request.
Call or write.
F. H. PLUMMER,
. C. P. A., Rock Island.
ST FOP TB
If yon haven't a regular, healthy morement of the
bowels erery day, you're ill or will be. Keep yen t
trowels open, aud be well. Force, In the hap of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerna.. The
smoothest. eaniot, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to taka
EAT EFfl LIKE CANDY
rieasnnt, Psl.t.blP. Poterkt, Ta.fO Onoi, i)d
Oood, Never Kickti, Weaken of GnpeJ 10, 25 aid
-60 cnot pprboi. Write for tree sample, and bcx-k.
let on health. A3dro9 - . . 4:
Slerlina Ramey Company. CMcagO.W New Toft.
KEEP -YOUB OLQOD GLEI
Capt. Middleton, of Company R has
received a letter from the adjutant
general of iowa, asking if Company
R would turn out on the 29th inst. to
I form part of the escort of President
Roosevelt at Keokuk. A reply was
promptly returned by wire that Com
pany R could be depended upon for
its' full complement of 45 men, and
orders are expected for the company
to leave for Keokuk on the 28th inst.
and be one of the six companies form
ing the military escort of the presi
dent during his stop there. The com
pany would proceed to St. Louis from
Keokuk after discharging this hon
orable duty, and take part in the ded
icatory exercises 'at the exposition
The annual meeting of the Hons of
the Revolution in Iowa will take
place at 4 o'clock Tuesday, April 21,
in Unity hall, followed by a reception
at 6 o'clock and a banquet later. The
descendants of Revolutionary sol
diers, ladies and irentlenien, antici
pate this event with interest. Some
from other parts of the state are ex
pected. W.'R. -Rowmau,- of Waverly,
Iowa, is the president of the society
At o o'clock Thursday afternoon, at
the home of hi. parents. .Mr. and Mrs.
Henry' F. C. Wriedt, at 1S1V-: Yet
Second street, at the ajje of 21 years.
4 months and 25 days, occurred the
death of Harry Wriedt, a member tif
the Davenport Turngvineinde and
grandson of Kgsrert Wriedt, the well
known tinner. The deceased was
born and reared in this city. Hojis
survived by his parents, a sister. Ella
E. Wriedt. and a brother, Eddie If."
Wriedt. The funeral will be held from
the parents' home at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon, with interment at
At 9:30 o'clock Thursday evening,
at St. Luke's hospital, .from pneumo
nia, occurred the deaili of Georgia
Alaxacis. a Greek, in the 13th year of
his ajje. The deceased was born at
Tripolis, Greece, and came t Daven
port a week ajyo. The body will prob
ably be sent to Chicago for inter
ment. Wednesday at Lyons occurred the
marriajre of Henry A. Kraftmeyer, a
harncssmaker emphyed on the frov
crnment island, and Miss Dor)thea
Dffermann. of the Telegraph road,
both well-known younjr people of this
city. The wedding1 was a surprise to
the many friends of the' young1 cou
ple. They will make their future
home on Laurel street in Northwest
Weakened physically by two months'
illness, and tired through three hard
hours m the witness stand, yesterday
John Selectman, colored porter on
the Diamond Jo liner Dubuque last
summer, and cue of the star witness
es for the defense in the famtrus Le
onidas case, broke down under a
iierce cross-examination by Attorney
F. D. Letts for the prosecution, and.
faltering upon a question, suddenly
clapped his . hand over his heart and
began to weep like a child. He was
assisted in the judge's private
rooms and there every simple remedy
available was tried, but without suc
cess, and as the man became steadily
worse fhe police ambulance was tel
ephoned for and he was removed to
St. Luke's hospital. It is said that
the memory of the shooting fray and
the" terrible fright which he encoun
1 TOPICS OF THE A 7 RE h
L!jafKLrj-tOG&. v-J,!J'fi ' :! I! I 'I. I'l" III' Hi 1'
SCENE IN "THE YOUNGER IJ MOTHERS."
"The Younger Rrothers," is adver
tised as strenuous the npothesis of
startling sensationalism; yet has sonic
clean and wholesome features and
points out a moral withal. This
unique stage production will appear
at the Illinois tonight.
Probably the biggest scenic produc
tion housed at the Illinois will be seen
Sunday evening, April 19 when "A
Little Outcast" comes to town. Mil
ton Gunckel, the manager, in an inter
view the other day, shed some light
on the modern" methods which have
made "A Little Outcast" n. success.
Says Mr. Gunckel: "Jn 4 A Little Out
cast' will be shhown the sensational
astonishments in the matter of me
chanical possibilities never dreamcM
of in thedays when gas instead of
electricity predominated. When you
want a hurricane with whirling,
swirling thunder clouds, forked light
ning and torrents of. rain, we have it,
and we have it right. In the old days
when T was a youngster touring the
provinces back in 'Merrie England, all
kinds of exciting- weather was brought
about by the mystic aid of chopped
tered there are responsible for his
present condition, and Dr. Hageboeek,
who was called to attend the man,
said that the fellow is liable to die.
Tony Clinas, a Greek, was fined $10
and costs in the police court yester
day afternoon for cruelty to animals.
The specific charge was that tlinas
unmercifully belabored a horse, his
own property, with a spade, being
not particular whether he struck the
animal with the sharp edge or the Hat
side of the utensil. He was arrested
by Officer Schoeder and Secretary
Fred Vol liner, f the Humane society,
conducted the prosecution. In addi
tion to the hue of $10 and costs,
which Clinas paid, a sentdnee of 20
days was hung over his head to be
served in case, he is ever arrested on
a similar charge. Tony was lame on
the use of English and all the testi
mony was taken through an inter
Yesterday was the 52nd anniversary
of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
C'henoweth, who have been residents
of the city for P5 years. They were
married at Newcastle, Pa.
Mrs. Addie Raumann, a pretty grass
widow- of this city, and well-known to
a host of friends, is said to be under
arrest at Keokuk on the charge of
stealing $110. 15 from the home of her
employer. She is said to have been
caught with the money in her posses
sion. This will come as truly surpris
ing news to her many friends in this
city, where she lived up to a very
short time ago. when she was separa
ted from her hu.-band and left the
city. While here she is said to have
lived on Marquette, near Seventh
street, and she is a sister of the late
.Mrs. -X funic Raumavni, whoso sudden
death vrt years ago was the matter
of mVlittle mvsterv.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The new German U per cent. loan,
amounting to $T"J.."ui).ut'i, has bom
Secretary Shaw is to bo the prin
cipal speaker at the commencement ex
ercises at Armour Institute of Tech
nology, Chicago, June 11).
Miss Amelia Iligginson. president of
the old maids' convention of New
York, condemned President Roosevelt
for his words on "race suicide."
The Kconoinite settlement In Penn
sylvania has been sold for $,J,."iCO.0M.
This ends the famous Harmony ko-cif-ty.
Dr. James L. Gaitrell, ex-judge and
ex-legislator, an aged murderer, was
hanged at R itlcr. .Mo. He was tjS years
Ex-Representative A. S. McClure is
dead at Woostcr, O., from heart dis
ease, lie served in congress from
1SS0 to 1SSJ. ..1; . ...
Fire partly destroyed the store of
the Memphis (Tenn.) Qucensware com
pany. Loss. $100.1X10.
The tenth annual convention of the
Western Drawing Teachers has just
closed at Springfield. Ills.
Dev. Dr. Howard Smith, dean cf
tho Reformed Episcopal scminarj at
Philadelphia, is dead, aged S3.
ArterLa Grippe What?
( Usually a hacking1 cough and a gen
eral feeling of weakness, "often lead
ing to fatal results after the patient
is supposed to have passed the dan
ger point. Foley's Honey and Tar 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 bo substitute.
'Ifll'1 ,ff'lj? m ''VH
paper 'snow' by blue gauze and can
vas seas, by burning pans of suf
focating1 saltpeter, and working a
sheet of tin hung on a rope, blowing
through paper funnels, and rolling
dried pens in a wooden trough oc
casionally enlivening this wild anger
of the gods by a terriflie wooden
'crash' and a streak of phosphorus
blown through a blow pipe for streak
lightning. In "A Little Outcast" when
the elements are to Tie jarred we
press the but ton,-and electricity does
the rest, responding with more kinds
of weather than the average weather
bureau could think up to earn its
salary when it. has no news. Our
head electrician is our wizard, nnd
when, for instance, we want a grand
spectacle, as in our great lire scene,
the result of his knowledge is a pic
ture which is overwhelming in its
vivid realism. Huge sheet of flame
belch out from the buildings ami sea
and sky are lighted up with billows
of flame so real that it is hard to re
alize that one is not in the presence
of the real thing.
No company traveling todajr is bet
Announcement has been made by
the high school faculty of the win
ners of honors in this year's graduat
ing class. Miss Florence Swanson
ranks highest in the class an 1 will
have the high privilege of represent
ing' the class as valedictorian at the
commencement, exercises. Other
places of honorable mention fall to
August lJrissman, who stands second.
Miss Virginia Tunnicliff third, and
Miss Edna Creutz fourth, the last
two the school's representatives in
declamation at the Galesburg and
Macomb contests, respectively.
A third ticket for president and
members of the board of education
was put in nomination at the resi
dence of Charles II. Ainsworth. on
Seventeenth street Thursday evening
by a number of men and women inter
ested in the public schools, word hav
ing been passed around during the
last day or two that a meeting was
to be held there to consider the school
election. The ticket put up at this
meeting is headed by .1. W. Warr, for
president. Here it is in full: For
president, J. W. Warr; for members.
C II. l'errin. Harry Sutley, Stella 1).
Ainsworth. G. A. ShaHberger. The
election is being held today.
Plumbing Inspector ('. F. Grantz.
shows in his annual statement just
made to the council that '.'7.020 calls
for garbage were made during the
last year; and that 1.7::5 loads of gar
bage were hauled; also l.t'.io loads ot
sweepings; S.0S4 loads of rubbish and
1.148 loads of cinders. To preserve
the health of the public all the sew
ers of the city were flushed at least
once, some as many as four times.
The Letail Merchants' association
has rented the upper iloor of the R. A.
Smith building opposite the city hall
as the permanent headquarters of "the
association. Possession will be taken
the first i f May. A permanent secre
tary has not yet been selected, but it
is expected one will be chosen cry
John Gcisberger has returned from
Texas, where he spent the winter for
Mrs. Matilda Young has returned
from Los Angeles. Cal.. where she has
been during the winter.
Rev. A. R. Morgan, of Joliet. is is
iting at the home of W. .1. Entrikin.
lie is slopping on his way from Okla
homa, whence he accompanied his son
Robert, who goes there for his health.
Uobert married Miss Eva Entrikin
and lhes in Chicago.
The Svea Male chorus is making ar
rangements for the first excursion
out of the city. Memorial day.' Satur
day, May HO. an excursion will be run
over the Milwaukee to Rockford. "A
big crowd is expected and a couple
of trains will be chartered.
Word has been received that Miss
Stella Wright, (laughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Wright, living at 10:!0 Third
avenVie,' and John Lang, the day op
erator at the Milwaukee passenger
station across the street from the
residence, have been married. The
news comes in. the nature of a sur
prise to the parents and many friends
of the young couple, although many
have surmised that- they were to be
married soon. Thursday Miss Wright
left the city for Chicago. Her parents
saw her off on the train and noticed
ter known than the popular company
bearing the name of Kennedy Players
who will appear at the Illinois all
next week with Wednesday and Sat
urday matinees, at whose head is the
popular comedian John J. Kennedy
and the beautiful young artist. Nellie
Kennedy. The company is large and
wll balanced, containing in its ros
ter some of the best artists in the
theatrical profession. It is perfectly
equipped with all special scenery and
electrical effects necessary for a first
class jHrformance. Each play being
presented with special scenery and
beautiful and expensive costuming.
The following is the repertoire for
the week: Monday, "Cheek;" Tues
day, "The Midnight Express;" Wed
nesday, "Faust;" Thursday. "Two Jol
ly Tramps;" Saturday. "Grit, the
Newsboy;" Wednesday matinee, "Wo-
3' Lit. 'Ila ztA'i
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ASIUP 1 THlSTEETS,
SCENE IN "A LITTLE OUTCAST."
man Against Woman;" Saturday
matinee, "Tom Sawyer."
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THE (i IJEATEST I M KiMMIETEK OF DESCKIPTI Y E MISIC
ON THE VIOLIN IN f 1 1 !" WOULD W1LLOIYE A KE( ITAL AT
Augustana College, Tuesday, April 21, at 8 p. m.
TICKETS AND KESEUYEi) SEATS JfOK SALE AT HAIII'EK
1IOI SE PIIAUMACY AND KEl.M'S DKL'G STOIM-:. PIHCES:
50. 75 CENTS AND --?!.
that John Lang was also on the train,
having receivt J a leave of absence.
Miss Wright's younger si.-ter, Miss
Nola Wright, knew the secret and as
soon as the train pulled out. t hi her
parents what had been planned, and
that the couple would be married in
Kankakee, by the same minister who
married her four other sisters..
G. A. Stephens, president of the Mo
line Plow company, is at present at
work on plans for a $.'.0.(M.) home
which will be erected in this e":ty as
soon as possible. A Chicago
man has been in the city to
see Mr. Stephens regarding the
removal f the bitter's houses and
stables from the cites which they
now occupy in order to gie room
for the magnificent new home. Mr.
Stephens believes nothing can be done
before next summer on the building,
owing to the time it will take to pre
pare, the site. The Insure will cost
between $ 15.000 and $50,000.
SlOO Kewiird SlOO
The readers of this paper will be
nleased to learn that there is at leas
one dreadful disease that science has
lie nhl, to cure in all its staccs. and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known t. the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being ;
constitutional disease, requires a eon
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
rectly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of the dis
easp. ami rivin? the naticnt strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its worn.
Thp nronrietors have so much faith
in its curative powers that they offer
$100 for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Ranner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stod the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives of
their victims. For sale by all drug
f- j. v - -' -' - ' 9 . i
will make a special t rip for the ben
efit of the citizens of the tri-cities and
vicinity to the dedication of the
world's fair April '!0 to May 1. Roat
leaves Rock Island Saturday. April
2S, at t) a. in., nnd returns May
Fare, .!0 for round trip, including
meals and berth. For farther partic
ulars see " .
GEORGE LA MONT & SON,
' - -Agent Diamond Jo Line.
115 East Seventeenth street; 'phone
'. n . - - .
DiRCCTION CHAM RERUN.KINPT& CONMN V.
Saturday, April 18.
strencocs m elodka.m a,
The Younger Brothers
A Willi MAY IND OF
TIIIM LL1 NG I NCI DENTS.
l n;!iTi:i:. pathos
Prices: 25. .15 and 50 cents.
Seals on sale Friday morning.
OiRCCTION CHAMBER UN. KlNOT.COI1PANV.
Sunday, April 19.
The Carpenter Company's Great Pro
duction, A LITTLE OUTCAST
A beautiful story of woman's
love and devotion.
M ETMOl'OLITAN CAST.
The grandest scenic production
Prices: "25. ?." and 50 cents.
Seats on sale Saturday.
Direction Cmam Berlin. Hi.-vdt a. Companv.
One Solid Week, except Friday,
Wednesday and Saturday
ing Monday, April 20.
Tenth Annual Tour of the Fa
mous KENNEDY PLAYERS
The strongest ami most popu
lar dramatic organization tour
ing at popular prices. Headed
by the. popular comedian, John
J. Kennedy, supported ' by the
beautiful and accomplished,
young artiste, Miss Nellie Ken
nedy. A carload of special sceucry.
Rewiklering electrical and me
chanical effects. Finest cos
tumes that money can buy. A
complete company of specialty
Mondr Kvenlnc'n Attraction Will l e
Popular prices: 10, 20 and 110 cents.
Reserved seats on sale at usual place
TREATMENT phine & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none,
incorporated under the laws of Kill
ois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
fTrt tor tttentm DAHVEK3. HJU