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THE AEGrtJS, WJDNE3DAY, JULY 22, 1903.
Partly cloudy tonight and
Thursday, with probably
showers Thursday ;nearly sta
tion ary temperature.
J. M. SJ-LEK1KE,
Temperature At 7 a.m.
at 2:30 p. m. 80.
connection with his duties as division
manager, and another to the effect
that Air. IJoberts is to be made divis
ion superintendent. When the chang
es are announced a manager for the
Moline office, which is vacant now,
will probably also be named.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Lawn swings at Wift-her's.
Races Saturday afternoon.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a borne of lteidy Bros.
Dolly Bros, shoes wear well.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Watermelons on ice at Hess Bros.
For real estate and insurance, E. J
Go to Milwaukee
$2.50 round trip.
Industrial Home excursion to Mil
waukee Saturday night.
Kaces at the Ninth street track Sat
urday afternoon, July 25.
Don't fail to attend the races Sat
urday afternoon, July 25.
Four good races at the Ninth street
track Saturday afternoon.
liemnants of black sateens for 2
cents Thursday at Mct'abe's.
Watch these columns for news
about the races Saturday, July 25.
Plenty of Michigan cherries and
currants by the case at Hess Bros.
For tin and furnace work see H. T.
Eiemon, 1526 Fourth avenue. Union 28.'-
Genuine Pocahontas- and Carterville
lump and egg coal for furnaces at
The Catholic churches of the city
have been draped in mourning for the
death of Pope Leo.
Some very attractive prices for bal
ance of week on lawn and porch fur
niture. See Mct'abe's ad.
Some late arrivals from last week's
big purchase of wash goods will crowd
Mct'abe's aisles Thursday and balance
Court of Honor, No. 31, will give an
ice cream social and dance at their
hall Thursday evening, July 23. Ad
mission, 15 cents.
Wednesday, July 20, you can go up
on the steamer Winona to Le Claire
and return on the J. S.. This is your
favorite trip. Don't forget, it.
Moonlight excursion July 2'.) on the
steamer .1. S. Leaves Kock Island at
8:15 p. m.; returns at 11:30. Fare, gen
tlemen 50 cents, ladies 25 cents. Danc
The. Julv prices, on hammocks at
Mct'abe's store have made the ham
mock trade lively even during the un
seasonable weather. A still further
reduction of prices for the balance of
this week ought to be a great attrac
tion for keen shoppers.
Excursion to Clinton on the steamer
J. S. Wednesday, July 29. Leaves Hock
Island at 8 a. in.; arrives at Clin
ton at 12:30 p. m. Leaves at 3 p. m.;
arrives at Bock Island at 0:30 p. m.
Fare only 75 cents for round trip.
Children free. Boom for all. Come.
The ambulance was summoned in
haste to the Weyerhaeuser fe Denk
mann lumber mill late this afternoon,
sin employe of the company having
been kicked by a horse. The victim
of the accident recovered and was
able to walk home and the name was
Mayor William C. Crolius, of Joliet,
whose contests incurred in the dis
charge of his official duties have
brought him into prominence recent
ly, has been secured as the mam
speaker for the Labor day celebration
for the tri-cities. which will be held
nt Moline this fall.
The Bock Island barbers crave their
fifth annual 'ball at Black Hawk Inn
last evening and it proved to be one
of the most successful functions of
the summer season at that popular
resort. Fully 150 couplet attended
and enjoyed the program of waltzes
and two-steps to music by Oj?dens
The sociable will lie held on the
lawn at the Sacred Heart church Wed
nesdav eveninc. Julv 22. inasmuch as
all arrangements have been made; but
there will be no music on account
the demise of Pope Leo XIII. All
friends of the church are invited to
aid in makincr the sociable a financial
E. P. Denknrann and Miss Sue
Denkniann . will entertain about
fifty tri-city young jicople this- even
ing on the steamer Weyerhaeuser in
honor of Mrs. Biehardson and Miss
Richardson, of Rochester, Minn., and
the Misses Foster, of Dennison, Texas
A supper will be served on the steam
er during the evening.
.Tiidp-e John G. Trusdell. father of
Mrs. II. H. Chase, of this city, died
last Tuesday at his home in Newark.
V. .T. from the result of cancer, which
had kept him confined to. his bed sev
eral months. Mrs. Chase was called
to the old home several weeks ago by
his serious ilrness. Deceased was one
of the prominent members of the bar
of Ww Jersey and for a number of
years held .the office of district judge
prior to which he served in the stati
There are various rumors or a
change in the local management of
v,o fVntral Union Telephone com
pany, one being to the effect that W
B. Roberts, formerly manager here
js to again be given the local office in
VERDICT OF GUILTY IN
THE LIGGETT CASE
Tlie jury in the case of the state vs.
James Liggett brought a verdict of
guilty yesterday afternoon with the
recommendation that the sentence be
light owiug to the previous fine which
was imposed according to the ordi
nances of the city of Moline. A. -motion
for a new trial was made by
Harry M. McCaskrin, attorney for
the defendant, and until disposition
is made of it no' sentence will be im
posed by Judge Parmenter.
Frank Patterson, the Moline color
ed man, who assaulted a white man
named Miller there and broke his jaw,
pleaded guilty in the county court tt
day and was fined $75 and costs for
assault and battery.
Emil Yankirkove, N. Sehnert and II.
Hincher pleaded guilty in the county
coilrt yesterday afternoon to gaining
and on each a tine of $10 ami costs
was im-posed. (5 us Stengel was also
lined $10 and costs on a similar
Mrs. Mary Shullberg, of Moline, has
filed suit for divorce from her hus
band. Prank. (1. Shallberg. She alleges
drunkenness and cruelty. They were
married in Bock Island April 30, 1SSS,
and lived together until July of this
vcar. W. A. Meese is her attorney.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called a-t 3:45
JAMES C. MOFFITT AND
MISS MAUDE BLAKELY WED
At high noon today .lames C. Moffitt
and Miss Maude C. Blakely were mar
ried at the parsonage of the Broad
way l'resovterian churcn. Kev. .
Marquis officiated, the ring ceremony
being used. A small party of relatives
was present when the solemn vows
were taken. At the conclusion of the
ceremony the bridal party was driven
to the home of the mother of the
bride. Mrs. Lena Schmid Blakely, 2437
Eighth avenue, where they were join-
d by other relatives and friends.
After congratulations the company
partook of a bounteous luncheon.
then Mr; and Mrs. Moffitt departed
for a wedding trip to Chicago. The
bride is one of Bock Island's charm
ing young ladies whose sweet jierson
ality has won many friends. The
groom is a rising and popular young
man. He is a son of Mrs. Eliza Moffitt
and was formerly a resident of Bowl
ing, where he owns a fine farm. Fur
the past three years, however, he has
been employed at Hess Bros-, grocery.
pon their return Mr. and. Mrs. Moffitt
will reside in this city.
RAILWAY CLERKS FORM
A TRI-CITY LOCAL BRANCH
A tri-city branch of the Railway
Clerks of America was organized last
evening at Industrial Home with 20
charter signers, W. E. Sanford, of
Kansas City, having charge of the
organization. He is one of the repre
sentatives of the national order and
has been instrumental in the work of
startingthe tri-city local. Meetings will
be held every Tuesday evening at In
dustrial Home for 30 or 00 days, the
period to be decided, at the next meet
ing, during which, time the charter
will be kept open and others given
opportunity to join. Representatives
from Davenport, Moline and Bock Isl
and were present and considerable en
thusiasm was manifested. All the.
roads entering the three towns were
YOUNG & M'COMBS
Specials for Thurnday.
i $1 purchase or over, we will
free Pope Leo's picture,
size IUX2U. tins is no cheap produc
tion, but well worth 25 cents.
One bale, 1,200 yards, bleached mus
lin, 1 yard wide, (Sc value for 5',c.
No. so all silk taffeta ribbons, white,
pink and blue, 25c valuer for 15c yd.
Children's lace top parasols in red
and blue, 50e values for 25c.
Ladies' ribbed vests, finished neck
and arm holes, choice 3c.
Hoys' percale shirts, with collars at
tached, sizes 12, to 14, choice l'Jc.
Boys laundered percale shirts, with
and without collars, 50c value for 33c.
25c French madras cloths, yard
wide, for shirts and shirt waists, 3
yards for 50c.
4Sc summer corsets for 25c.
Large size cheek gingham aprons
for 17 Vic
10 'dozen ladies' black mercerized
petticoats, 14 inch flounce, dust ruf
fles, with two rows tucks, $1 values
Children s trimmed ready-to-wear
hats, choice 25c.
Garden hose, jut foot, 5c.
Gasoline stoves, "two-burner brass,
Hest Russian iron oven, $1.30.
One quart Peerless ice cream freez
Best boiled linseed oil, per gallon,
Best yellow or red ochre, per lb.. 2'e
Aluminum house numbers, 5c.
21x41 brass vestibule rods, each. 3e
Croquet, sets, four varnished balls
in wood case, 45c.
Special low prices on picture fram-
iny for Julv and August.
Dick Host has opened the saloon at
2'10 Fifth avenue, the old stand for
lncrly occupied by Kit Atkinson.
Gntcago. July 22 -Following are tne open
ing, nlgbeat, lowest and closing auotatlors
in today's markets:
July, 76: 7C. 75V6: 75M
Kept. 70 : 76 : 75V 75H
Dec, 70!; 7J; 75K; 75?.
JUlT. 50, 80: 4H-'49.
Sept. 50; C0V4: 40S- 493
Ucc, 49 ; ; 4pJ : 4.
July,-37 Ti; 38- 374:38.
Sept. 32 ; 33; 82 K: S2i ,
Dec, 33K ; 33Si; 3SH; 33?,.
July, 13.05: 14.05: 13 95: 14.C5.
Sept., 14.30; 14.35; 14.15; 14.85.
July, 7.77: 7.77 7 77: 7 77.
Sept. 7 W; 8 02 ; 7 90, 7.95.
Oct., 7 65; 7.70; 7.65; 7.70.
Julv. 8.32: 8.33; 8.32; 8.32.
Sept.. 8.40 : 8.40: 8.82: 8 37.
Oct., 8.12; 8 15: 8 07; 8 15
Rye, July49tf; Sep. fO; flax, casn, N. W.
95S. S. W. IK); July 90; Sep. 2; barlev
Receipts today: Wheat 45, corn lis. oats
161; nogs 22,000: cattle lw.ooo. sheep 18,000.
Hoir market opened stronp.
Light. S5.35Q5 75: mixcu and butch
ers. 65 25Q5 75: good heavy, 15.105.70; rough
heavy, 5 iu5 35
. Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Kansas City 8.000. cattle 5,000;
hops at Omaha 6 ooo. cattle 2,500.
V nlon stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Host market opened active to 5c hlcher.
Light, to 40&5 M); mixed ana butcher. 15.30
q.-pu; gooa neavy, u usi.vi; rougn heavy,
Cattle market steady.
Beeves 4.oui5.U), cows and heifers 1.50-)
4.75. Texas steers 3. 2K$4. &o, Blockers and
Sheep market steady to strong.
Union Stock yards close.
Hoc market closed slow.
Light, 6.405 80; mixed and butchers, 5.30
ftii.W; good heavy, I5.10sS5.75; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed steauy.
Estimated receipts Thursday: Wheat 40
corn 130, oats 115, hogs 23.000.
New York Stocks.
New York, July 22. The following are the
closing quotations on the Mew York stock
Sugar 114 V, gas 95V. G It. I. .t T 2.1U South
era Pacinlc 45. H. & o. 82, Atchison com
mon 6t'4, Atchison pfd. kkw, c. M. & St. 1.
141 H, Manhattan 133, copper 45. W. U
Tel. Co. 83. L. & N 107. C. & A. 24. Kdc.
common 49Si. Can.l'acitic 122, Leather com-
mon73, U. R. T. 7X. Pacific Mail 22. U.
S. Steel ptd. 71!fi, U.S. Steel common 23..
l'eona. 121H. too. Pacific 97t. Union Pacitic
78, coal and iron 41 M. krie common 30,
Wabash ptd. 38 M. K. & T. 20W. Car ton n-
dry 31, C. &G. W. 115, Kep. Steel pfd. 68i.
ttep. bttel common 12ft, New York Central
LOCAL MAKKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Uti
Stock. Feert and Fuel.
Rock Island, July Si Following are
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 81ca82c, dalryll15c
Eggs Fresh 14c.
Live poultry Spring chickens $300013.50
per dozen hens Be per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 65c.
Cattle Steers ll.oo to 14.75, cows and
heifers 2.oo to 94.25, calves t3.oo to 15.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers 91.75 to 15 25
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. iXoOlo
14.50, Lambs per head U.C0 to 15.50
Feed and FaeL
Grain Corn 55&60c; oats. 37c to 40;.
Forage Timothy hay. Iiu to 612, prairie
69 to (10, baled prairie 69, baled timothy 610
Wood Hard, per load I5.005.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel iSc&i'c. mine run
13c per bushel, slack, per bushel 7c.
Working Mgbt and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing' that ever was made is Dr.
Kind's New Life Tills. These pills
change weakness into strength, list
lessness into energy, brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful in
building- up the health. Only -j cents
per box. Sold by Ilartz & Ullemeyer,
" -.11 -4
AT AN EVEN TEMPERA
TURE is essential to man's
greatest comfort and vigor.
I lot -Water and
.a ' a
warm and change the
air as often
as is necessary to suit the needs
of the several occupants of the
home or office.
AUert;Mvers & Company
IDEAL Hollers and
Purest and best
Ice Cream Soda
served by anex-
pert dispenser. THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
Soap, Facial or
for 3 days 16c.
Following is today's river bulletin:
Dang-'r Hgt. Change
Line. 8a.m. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 14 3.0 -0.1
lied Wing- 14 , 5.7 -0.5
Heed's Landing .. 13 5.3 -0.:l
La Crosse 12 7.5 -0.2
Prairie du Chien.. IS 0.'' -0.4
Dubuque 15 10.0 -0.8
Le Claire 10 h.O -0.1
Davenport' 15 10.4 ....
Des Moines Ilpds.. .. 5.8 ....
Keokuk 1 I". 0.2
St. Louis 30 1H.S -0.2
Kansas City '-'I 15.3 0.3
indicates rise. - fall.
Kiver forecast for 4S hours en din-- 8
a. m.. Thursday. July 24. 190.': The
Mississippi will fall rapidly between
Dubuque and Davenport.
The West Kambo and Musser
brought down log-s and then returned
north. The Wimuia was in port from
the north and the Helen Ulair from
The staffe of water was 10.40 at ft
a. m. and i0.'i5 at noon. The tempera
ture at noon was SO.
Sciatic IthentnatUtn Cared.
L. Wag-ner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I hate also heard
of fine results-from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Itock Island, Gust
Schleirel fe Son. 20 West Second
Round kidnevs are safeguards of
life. Make the kidneys healthy with
Foley's Kidney Cure. All druggists.
news all the time The
From last week's big pur
chase of wash goods will
be on sale Thursday. Many
rare bargains in high class
fabrics, only the newest
designs and best colors.
I5c to 20c Wash
Fabrics 9 I-2c
Porch and Liwn Furniture
Right near lhe elevator, 3rd
floor you will find a display
of Porch and Lawn Furniture.
are 1 iwn s'ftp',p, porch st
porrh rockers and clmlrs,
and fciwn liamnioek chairs
rnnoi y top. porch riTf. etc
uiiiRP very Lw for active
Tou can't pass this lot. the values
are so exceptional uid the designs
are so very dainty and choice.
Wash groods you have paid
15c to 20c a yard for, at
25c to 38c Zephyr
Several exquisite lines of imported
and domestic wh.fIi poods In this lot
2oc. 30c and 38c lines earlier in the
season, now while they
last, only ,
I'retty splint chairs
500 Porch fMees, splint
Hammock chairs with canopy
adjustable to any position.
usually from I5.T.0
to $f.00, now
Jap Fibre Kups for porches
bedrooms, elcj-ant pat
terns, larjfo i'ize for...
Black Sateens Short
Lengths 2c Each
Thursday, 500 short lengths
black Sateens from a half
to one yard lengths, 10c and
12c values each Of
Ladies' 42c Union
Hare bargains in fine summer
bed, lace trimmed union
suit:;, value 42o, at
MK.VS 0T MADRAS SHIHTS, all
the new colors, made in best pos
sible manner, equal to a -made-to-
order shirt at double
MKN'S 50c TIES in the latest ef
fects for summer wear, guaranteed
to wash well, a last of July
Sateens 9 I-2c
500 yards fine dress sateens Irv
polka dots, and neat llgures, navy
and black grounds, not full rirees
but all good
Still slashing the prices. Ham
mocks are going cheap. Deautiful
ones at $1.33 and $1.38 that are
worth a whole lot more. Other
good hammocks cut uown
to !8c, 3c nnl
To direct sharp attention to these
bargains we will sell at 2:30 Thurs
day 20 of the one dollar
ladles' hand-turned fine kid house
slippers, were $1.2.". two styles
here, balance of the week
Men's Chocolate Alllgntor Slippers,
patent trimmed, very
special at .
$1.50 Wash Suits 75c
Ladies' two-piece wash suits In
nice percales, made with deep
flounce, value $1.50, at
Just half price
$2.50 corded ginghams, two-piece
suits, very stylish garments, colors
blue and pink,
equally good values.
We take all those dainty white
and fancy dressing sacques that
have been selling from $1.45 to
$2.93 and throw them Into two lots
for the . quickest kind of selling.
Lot 1 All dressing saoques I
from $1.75 to $2.98 now
Lot 2 Dressing
to $1.75 for
There Is a
sacques from $1.45
good variety of choice
An Importer had a lot of pattern
table clothes without napkins to
match, which we got at a consider
able reduction in price. They are
of rin damask in 2. 2Vi and 3 yard
lengths. Also 2 yards square
bordered all around. There Is a
large variety of qualities and pat
terns and we price them at an av
erage of 25 per cent below cost.
30c Double face black satin, also
Mtin Hbertv ribbons In ail coiois
and white, "while they
42c double face black satin and
colored liberty satin ribbons, ex
traordinary values at per
yard. 19c and
1 000 vards narrow all silk riobons.
4c, 5c, 7c, qualities, .at.
ISc to 25c heavy cord edge and plain
satin ribbons. 125 pieces
this lot. nt yard . . .
10c to l.'.c satin ami plain taf
feta ribbons, at per yard
500 handsome colored portraits of His Holiness Leo
XIII reproduced by the finest lithograph process y
each . . . ... . . '
Advance SsJle 0
5 AT THE S 5
YOU SAVE 10 PER. CENT TO 20 PER
CENT BY BUYING AT THIS SALE.
You secure better furs by buying now.
You will have the best variety of Furs
to select from that will be shown this
season by buying now.
You can make a 10 per cent deposit on
any garment, thus securing the gar
ment at the Summer Sale Price.
You can exchange any garment you
buy at this sale for any other at our
store up to Oct. 1.
You will see novelties in furs that you
will be unable to buy later in the season.
75 he Make, the Fit. the Qual
ity is GviauraLivteed.
If interested in a fur garment for next
winter, don't fail to take advantage of this
great Mid-Summer Fur Sale.
5 T5he Boston Store Sells It For Less. 5
HARNED m. VON MAUR,
DAVENPORT, 5 IOWA.
. g-HH-H-f' !- 4 'M-i-l-h-i-ls IH K"I-H- 'I-H-H' i--MrH
SHOES AND OXFORDS
I ' - "
which have accumulated durin- the Jl
season. All new and uj-t-tfate st vies,
arc t be closed' out at prices to make
t lii-iii :' quick.
This is no Fake
but. frciiuine. honest cuts to clean up
the stock. We do this twice a. vcar,
as many customers will testify. .
kei: riucEs ix windows.
1721 Second Avert ue t
j. 4. 4. h-H"I"M"I-M''I-I' -I-H-I-I- -I-I-I-H HIH4-
J5he Ginger Ale
That Made KocK. Inland Famous.
Apart from the excellent pmierties which it tie- ,
velops when used in making licvoraeres. 1 lit irlufcr
root is justly famed as an OLD-FASlllONKD llOl'SF.
JlOLl) ijKMKDV to tone up a deranged stomach. In
case of spasms of the stomach or of the bowels, a
strong preparation of ginger is an extremely useful
remedy, while for llatulence, loss of appetite and dis
pesia. the regular use of a more diluted beverage is
indicated.. Possessing, when properly made, a Heuli
ativ fine flavor and aroma, as well as distinct, albeit,
medical irtues, ginger ale is consumed in proportions
appearimr simply incredible to those not familiar
with tle facts. Iiut this distinction was-not gained
until years of persevering efforts and of the closest
observation had brought the beverasre to a jM-rfection
which has made Ol K (IlNtlKli ALE THIS STAN1A15L
I THE UNITED STATES.
Orders Delivered to all Parts of the City.
i CARSE & OHLWEILER COMPANY. st-