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THE AEGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1903.
J. T. SHIELDS
l5)e Pioneer Cask
ROUND THEM UP
Police Organize Scouting Party
and Capture Squad of
STATION FULL OF KNIGHTS OF BO AD
Archer Boys Appear to Have Reen
. r - Deserted by Their
Jvist Now is
Take your choice of any
suit in the house, regard
less of what it sold for
early in the season,
whether it was
$15, $18, $20, $22.50
it's all the same to us. If
there is only one suit left
of this lot the price will be
If you want any bring the
cash. Positively no credit
on these suits.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
The railroad yards ami oilier favor
ed resorts of the professional vagrant
were L'one over with the police drag
net last night and three patrol loads
the American "unwashed" were
dumped int- the pen at the station.
letvveen 20 and .'! were picketl up.
ml a more ungodly crew has seldom
polluted, the atmosphere of the sta
tion. Most of thenr were shown the
hortest way to city limits this inorn-
nisr and one. or two received sen-
ences. Anionir those nicked ui was
lti-year-old bey from Kewanee. who
ave hi name as Andrew Kill v. He
laiuis to have, come here vesterday
o look for work, hut being unable to
timl it. he crawled, into a freight car
o sleeli. '1'his inoriiiiio- ! uns i!is-
misscd after a jfrniil piece of advice
from Hie chief in reg-.ird to consort
ing with hoboes.
Hojrn Were DenortoU
Keccnt developments seem to indi
ate that (iccir aiul Verne Archer.
the two liock Island youths arrested
it Muscatine the cither day and re
turiu'd here. were, not runaways, but
rather that they had been deserted by
their father and left to shift for
themselves. Si nee their return from
Mu.-i-aline the father. Stenhen Aich-
r. who has been in Chicago, and the
two boys, one '.) and the other II years
old. have been cared for through the
generosity of neighbors. Vesterday
the matter was reported to Chief
Miller and the circumstances were in
vestigated with the result that the
oys have been turned over to tin1
I'nion Mission, where thev will h
ared for. The neighbors of the fath
r are not inclined to re yard his ac
tions with favor and there is talk of
Make Their Kcaiw.
The police were notified at 2:S0this
ifternoon that the Archer hoys, who
had just been sent, to the I'nion Mis
su.n, hail escaped. At the mission no
effort is made to keep the children
under confinement. Thev are allow
ed the freedom of the house and the
rd. It was while out in the yan
that the two lads left. Informing
some or the liovs with whom thev
had been playing that they wonli
soon lie in tlie Iowa nil's, their !c
irture was taken without further
ni'.o. I lie hoys, in the lurliT or past
experience, are apparently incorrigi
ble ami the Clenwood school would
sein to be the onlv solution in their
.ise. providing, of course, that they
Charlie Abrahamson. the Alpha run
'iway, was taken back tn his home
yesterday. Attorney liuglilin. ot lliat
place, coming here for that purpose.
The latter informed the officers that
the boy was an orphan and was in
clined to look with disfavor on the
tasks laid out for him by his guard
ians. He has been at the I'nion Mis
sion for the past- few davs and that
institution will be informed as to the
progress he makes, and it is possible.
should further trouble arise, that he
might le brought back here.
.lohn O'Mnlley was arrested yester
lay by Officer Thode on a charge of
being drunk and disorderly. This
morning Magistrate Johnson lined
him $200 and costs, as the offense is
an oft-reHatel one in his ease. He
was sent to the county jail for 40
(leorge Month, arrested yesterday
by Otlicer Thode, paid . and costs
this morning, the penalty for one
Carl llellpenstell is at Colfax
Springs, Iowa, for a hort sojourn.
Miss Annette Bowman, of Idaho, is
visiting relatives here and in Davenport.'
Hdiwardi I'.auersfeld was among the
passengers norm on ino uuhiique
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Ilnwkes. of Ke
wanee, are the yuests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Krell.
Mrs. Helen Olsen and sister. Miss
Nettie Coyne, left today for Chicago
and the lakes.
Miss Anna (Irotjan returned horns
last, evening' after a mouth's visit with
relatives in l'utfalo. X. V.
President. M. 11.' Sexton left las
night for Denver to look after West
ern league baseball matters.
Mrs. C. V. Mctlavren. of Missouri
Valley, Iowa, is visiting with her par
ents, Mai. and. Mrs. II. I . I ouucllv.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Mack and fam
ily leave this evening for a visit of
two weeks in Boston and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Sngden and
da u "-liter, .Miss liiiov utrntn. have
gone to St. Paul, traveling via the
M. K. Sweeney- left last evening for
Chicago, where he will join Mrs
sweeney, who is ret iirnnig troiu a
visit in the east, and they will then
go to siM'iid a. couple of weeks at
(leorge C. lUakslee returned today
from i ndiana txilis, where he attended
the photographers" national conven
tioii. With a single exception there
was the largest attendance on record
and the meeting was a most success
II. W. Kiess. brother of A.. I. Kiess
the Seventh avenue druggist, passed
through here Tuesday. .night enroute
to his- new station at Fort Leaven
worth. Ivans. .Mr. mess has inst re
turned from a tour of two vcars in
the Philippines, and his excellent ser
vice there merited the appointment
to the important stution he goes to
take. Mrs. Kiess and daughter Mar
garet, accompanied him, as well as
Mi's. Kiess" sister. Miss Henriett;
Schlerr. of Washington. I), t .. where
Mr. Kiess has spent a months leave
previous to his departure for his new
NOT IN FAVOR OF LOCAL PIONIO
Have the Children.
Ninety-nine out of every 100 dis
eases that children have are due to
disorders of the stomach, and these
disorders are all caused by indiges
tion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is just
as good for children as it is for adults.
Children thrive on it. It keeps their
little stomachs sweet and encourages
their growth and development. Mrs.
Henry Carter. 70." Central street,
Nashville, Tenn.. says: "My little boy
is now 3 years old and has been suf
fering from indigestion ever since he
was born. I have had the best doe
tors in Nashville, but. failed to do him
any good. After using one bottle' of
Kodol he Is ti well baby. I recommend
it. to all sufferers. Kodol digests
what you eat and makes the stomach
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Keiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
De Witt I. the Name.
When you go to buy Witch Hazel
Salve look for the name DeWitt on
every box. The pure, unadulterated
witch hazel is used in making De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which is
the best salve In the world for cuts,
burns, bruises, bolls, eczema and piles.
The popularity of DeWitf? Witch Ha
zel Salve, due to its many cures, has
caused numerous worthless counter
feits to be placed on the market. The
genuine bears the name of E. C. De
Witt & Co.. Chicago.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Relss drug store, corner Seventh
avenu and Twenty-seventh street.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper Frank K. Deem
Oalva; W. I !a ughuia n. Peoria; K. N
Laker, v hicatro: v . ti. llass. i luca
go; .. .1. r reni n. Davenport; I . iter
fort, Chicago; . ( . Drown, lioston;
S. P. Ash. Kevuolds, 111.: .1. II. Sprin
er. Jr.. Cincinnati. Ohio; C. K. Au
henbaugh. I.altiinore; II. A. .tones
Chicago; I W. Dudley. Peoria; W. A
Williams, Chicago; II. A. Smith. Chi
cairn: I'. D. Mitchell. St. Louis; W
W. Wright and wife. Toulon: . ,s,
Hopkins. Philadelphia; L. O. (Jilbert
Chicago; M.nnlcl Segal. Philailrlphia
A. F. ScharTer. Chicago; J. L. Fisher
Chicago; C. W. Nellis. Chicago; M. C
Scagrave. Pittsburg; T. K. Flanigan
Chicago; Samuel .Manes, lies .Moines;
F. Lolnlel. Chicago; C. K. Tavlor, Fast
At the Harms (Kuropean) J. H
llevdautt, Saginaw; A. L. Keed. tJales
burg; S. Diirgoineier, P.looinington;
.1. 1. Drown. Milwaukee; .1. S. (irogan
Chicago; M. Druiniiiond. tedtir Uap-
ids; II. M. llutf. Chicago; 11. K. Apple
gate. Chicago; Arthur Oillespie, I hi
cago; C. A. Hull. New York; W. K
Spencer. New 'York; J. V. J'arker. Chi
ago; J. Lnteur, Cleveland; K. It
Iliird. Chicago: J. Coldsmith. New
York; C. A. Nettleton. Chicago; Free
Jones. Omaha; Charles Drake, Chica
go; C. H. Johnson. Chicago; F. lv
Sorg. Doston; .1. (Jregory. Peoria: II
Johns, Milwaukee; W. II. Anderson
Chicago; Ceorge P.rown. Chicago;
Charles Plumuicr, New York; K.Tiir
ner, Peoria; Paul Smith. Chicago;
John Purccll. Chicago: L. F. Fair
child. .ew lurk: .1. t. .Meyers, 1'eo-
ria; John Thomas. Darlington.
At the Kock Island II. C. Dray,
FJi.abeth. 111.; W. M. Young, Cincin
nati; (J. II. Fowler. Detroit; .1. W
Zook. Cedar Kanitls: W. K. Peters
Peoria: H. W. U-e. Peoria: P.. H
Stins. Cambridge; T. F. Van Saul.
Kansas City; T. F. Crawford. Taylor
Ridge; W. C. Rowley. Medina, N V.;
C. L. Hansen. Zanesville; M. Marston
and wife. Peoria; J. J. M.iloney. Du
buque; C. IL Jackson, Chicago; A.J.
Heckwith. Chicago; F. I). Johnston,
Waterloo; W. Slocum. Chicago; H.
II. Lake, Pittsburg; H. P.. Cape, Jack
son. .Mich.; W. i. Andrews, i union;
C. IL Cowles. Peoria; W. Campbell,
(ialesburg; - J. Mclntyre. Oneida; F.
Allison, Oneida: S. L. Downing. Mon
mouth; F. S. Miller. Monmouth; J. C.
Chiton. Chicago; (1. W. Hazel. Chica
go; E. II. Farrell, Clinton; J. K. More
Union Organizations of Kewanee
May Come Here Labor
Trades and Labor Assembly Names
Committee on Railway
Over 60O Urea Lost.
Pull particulars were recently re
ceived from the Samoaii islands in
regard to the terrible hurricane which
visited those, islands an.l in which
over COO lives were lost. Such a loss
is appalling, but after all is not to be
compared with the number of per
sons who have lost, their lives from
indigestion, dyspepsia and constipa
tion and other stomach troubles. The
number has, however, been considera
bly reduced since the introduction of
Hostctter'a Stomach Eitters. .10 years
ago, because it positively cures all
such ailments. Your life, and health
are too precious to experiment with,
therefore try this famous remedy
first of nil ami be cured, at once. It
won't dlfnppolnt you. The genuine
has our private stamp over the neck
of the bottle.
C4acsYoV Bowstf TTltH Caarsva.
Oanflr C&thartie, oots constipation rorevee.
fcv8&. ; -...3.lftlU3ruggirluElu)one
Kewanee has usually had a Labor
day celebration of its own and their
picnics have been uniformly success
ful. This year, however, a change is
desired in certain onarters and it is
proposed to run an excursion to this
city, the matter now being under con
sideration. Yesterday's Kewanee Ev
ening Press has the following to say
concerning the matter:
"It may be that the labor unions of
Kewanee will go to Kock Island to
spend Labor day. at least that was
brought up at the meeting of 1h
l'raik's and J -a 1 tor Assembly last ev
ening, and a committee was aiuxuiited
o confer with the Chicago, Kock Isl
and tV Pacific Railroad company to
get reduced rates and a special train
if possible from Calva to Rock Island1
and return. The committee is W. D.
Davis, Arthur Powers and 11. A. Whit
nev. i ney win write to the passen
ger agent at once, and it is possible
that some arrangement can be madi
lHiH-iiftnetl ut Mfftlnsr.
1 he matter was given a very thor
ough ilispcussion at the meeting of the
'i'.. . i i i . . ' .
i i -.iiie.s aim uiimr .vssein 1,1 - last ev
ening. A number wanted' to stay at
home and have a picnic or something
of that nature here, while others, and
a good many. too. desired to leave the
city. either to go to some other cele
bration or enjoy an outing. It is
thought, that Rock Island is an at
tractive place. 1 he river, the splen
did street car system, Dlack Hawk
Watch Tower and a number of othci
interesting lioints would afflTord ex
ceiiem- oppori unii ics lor t lie Kewa
nee people to have a good time in
case they can secure a satisfactory
rate. The matter will probably 1
definitely settled at a meeting of the
assembly next Wednesday night."
David Fitgerald died yesterday af
ternoon at his home southeast
Milan, aged 72 years. lie had been
ill for a number of years, though not
acutely so until a week ago. Death
was due to the infirmities of age. D
ceased was one of the early settlers
of the county and a veteran of tin
war of the rebellion. During thre
.wars anil. three months ti that strif
he served in Companies L and K of
the .".stli Illinris. He was a native
ounty ( in k. Ireland, but lor the past
10 years had farmed at the old plac
southeast of Milan. He is survived by
hisi wife and two step-sons. James am
Michael Minehan. The funeral will
be held Sundsiv afternoon, services be
iug held at St. Joseph's church in this
city at !!:::u o'clock. The interment
will he at Calvary cemetery.
Word was received in the city today
conveying the sad news .f the death
of Mrs. John Riley, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Alois Studer. r:.'7 Thirty-fifth
street, which took place early this
morning at her home. :t ' 0 A. South
Jefferson avenue, St. Louis. Mo. Th
end came after a short iilness with
appendicitis in which an operation
had hi en performed w ithout success
Dei-eased was but S. years of age am
lived in i n is city prior to a year ago.
Her maiden name was Mary Kmmn
Studer. Her wedding to Mr. Riley
took place three years ago and she
leaves a small child with the bereav
ed husband. Reside the parents in
this city there are also three sisti-rs
and two brothers: Mrs. Miners, of
Davenport, and Joe. Anna. Elizabeth
and Albert, at home. 'I he remains
will be buried at St. Louis.
The funeral of Yelma Peterson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, of
r0" Ninth street, was held, at '.I o'clock
this afternoon from the family resi
dence. Interment wast made at Chlp
CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR
WORK MAKES PROGRESS
The Tri-City Railway company has
completed the laving of one of its
tracks on Fourth avenue, wesf from
Fifteenth .street, and cats arc now
running through on the new rails.
The construction'gang ha- commenc
ed to lay the north track. On Eleventh
a ven in- the construction force
has completed its work as far as
Twentieth street and the wiring
along the route of the loop is to be
coinmeuceil next week, which vvill
make it possible to run cars on a por
tion of the line in a fortnight or less..
A Phjralrlan Healed.
Dr. George Evving, a practicing phy
sician of Smith's drove, Ky., for over
thirty years, writes Lis personal ex
perience with Foley's Kidney Cure:
"For years I had bet-n greatly both
ered with kidney and bladder trouble
and enlarged prostrate gland. I used
everything known to the profession
without relief, until I commenced to
use Foley's Kidney Cure. After tak
ing three bottles I was tntirely re
lieved and cured. I prescribe it now
daily in my practice and heartily rec
ommend its use to all physicians for
such troubles. I have prescribed it in
hundreds T)f cases with perfect 'suc
cess." All druggists.
Davenport Furniture l
Carpet Company. Jo
123-125 West TKird Street.
I5f)e Store that P leases I
In Quality and "Price.
Fvirnitvire and Carpet bvxyers
will find this trie ideal trading place
witK assortments unequalled, de
sign and finish the newest and
prices absolutely the lowest. We
should have yovir trade. Come in
and see us about it.
Don't Weit Any Longer
Bviy a Leonard Cleanable Re
frigerator, buy right away, this hot
weather demands it. Here's 15he
15 per cent off OvirR.eguIar
on ever Refrigerator and Ice Chest
in store. Come early, don't mjj"
this grand opportunity to maKc
15 per cent onyottr money.
n "X IN
All Men's, Boys' and
3Lt 23 per cent
blvie and black.)
JVonc Charged at Thcc Trices.
S0MMBR.S LA VELLE
1804 Second Ave., Rock Island. : : 207 YY Second St., Davenport
What Sha.ll We Drink
To Keep Cool and Healthy
is the same ol.l problem; but. permit us to assist you to solve
it. We have a fully equipped bottling- establishment for the
manufacture of high class bolth-d soda waters. We are bot
tling the finest line of goods in the country, and we wish to
point out to you the superior ipiality of the body, strength and
flavor. Our line includes, besides a number of specialties, our
well-known tiinger Ale. Iroiibrew. llirch . Heer. Orange Cider.
Lemon, Sarsaparilla, Strawberry and ( ream Soda Waters.
Orders Delivered to all Parts of the City.
CAR.SE (El OHLWEILER. CO..
425-431 Eleventh Street.
! ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
2 Tnti-rpoh "Pniil nn T)nosits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
OFFICERS t DIRECTORS
X J. M. Buford, President. I It. R. Cable, P. Greenawalt. J
John Crubaugh, Vice President. 1 - John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
n . . -I V i I
jr. vareenawaii, wismcr. .
Beiran the business July 2, 1890,
)and occupying S. E. corner of
II. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
Solicitors-r-Jackson and Ennt
J. M. Baford,
Mitehell & Lynde's new Duuamg. . eoncuors-r-uacKson mu ount.