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TBLG AKGHJS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1903.
Ae Att of Living
and Living Well
Is in judicious marketing. The shrewd housewife knows full well,
that where she buys is of as much importance as what she buys and
what she pays for it. Groceries f poor quality are desu at almost
any price, which accounts for the fact that so mny are turning to
SHIELDS' CASH C.HOCKIiY, whore they know they get only the best
that the market affords at prices that cannot be duplicated. Buying
goods of the highest quality in large quantities makes it possible
for this enterprising store to quote these prices:
Shields' Best Flour.. 1
20 lbs. best granulated Su
gar for 1
10 cent sack salt
Cornmeal, per sack
Yeast Foam, per pkg-
Dr. Price's Baking Powder,
Iiumford Baking Powder,
2 oz. Lemon Kxtract, per
2 doz. best A. II. A. P. Jar
10c Ivory Soap, Sc; 2 for...
Sa polio, 8c; 2 for
4-lb. pkg. Gold Dust, per
12 bars Soap
8 bars Diamond C Soap....
8 bars Santa Clans Soap.. . . v
Cold Water Starch, per
7 cans Lye
Stove Polish, per cake
Blueing, per box ,
Hardwood Tooth Ticks, per
1 doz. Parlor Mutches, per'
Hires' Hoot Beer, per bot
tle Uncolored Japan Tea, per
Oolong Tea, ier lb
3 1-11). cans Salmon
Calumet baking powder, per
Malta Cerea J packages for
No. 1 lamp chimney
Java and Mocha Coffee, 28c
per lb., 4 lbs for $1.00
3 10c can Syrups 25
2 Gold Label Mustard Sar
G cans Oil Sardine 25
7 cans Baked Beans 25
3 cans Early June Peas 25
3 cans French Ked Kidney
3 cans Bock Island Pump
2-lb. can Green Gages or
Egg Plums, per can 03
2-lb. can Grated or Sliced
Pineapples, per can 12
Tettijohn's Breakfast Food,
Ir pkg 12
Malta Vita, orka Oats,
Cero-Fruito, Force, Yitos,
per pkg 12
Scrap Tobacco, per ib 25
Chewing Tobacco, per lb... .15
Clipper Tobacco, per lb 35
Ys-b. can Dried Beef, per
1-lb. can Dried Beef, per
Ham, Veal, Beef Loaf, 3
cans for . . , 25
-lb. can Corned Beef, per
can '. 12
Frosted Creams, Sweet
Hearts, Oatmeal Crack
ers, Mary Ann, Best Gin
ger Snaps, 3 lbs. for 25
Star Tobacco, per lb 39
Boiled Avcna, or Mother's
Oats, 3 packages for 25
1-pound pkg baking soda.. .05
4 pks condensed mincemeat .25
Shields' Cash Grocery
New 'Phone 5217. Old 'Phone 1217
! CHILDREN'S !
Everybody t o
D. B. 2-piece suits
$1.75 to- . . .
Sailor Norfolks .
$3.00 to ... .
Blouse Suits . .
$3.50 to . . .
$2.50 to .
$1.50 to . . .
75he best Knee Pants
for 50c to be baud.
Greatest line &f nov
elties ever shown in
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL
WED fiHD FLOWERS
Miss Caroline Rosenfietd Be
comes Bride of Ferdi
Nuptials or John M. Speer and Miss
Benlab I. Cook Other
One of the prettiest of the fall wed
ding's was that of Ferdinand Levy and
Miss Caroline Kosenfield, celebrated
at 0 o'clock last evening1 at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
.Joseph Kosenfield, 102S Third avenue.
Rabbi Finesehriber, of Temple Knian-
nel, Davenport, was the . officiating
clergyman, a large company of the
relatives and friend; attending. Sim
plicity prevailed in the ceremony, the
couple having rto attendants or flower
(reen and white were the wedding
colors, and the parlors of the home
were exquisitely decorated, red and
white carnations and American beau
ties and greenery tut wining rows of
incandescent lamps strung through
out the lower floors of the residence.
Ogden's orchestra, stationed in the
hallway, rendered Lohengrin's wed
ding march as Mr. Levy and Miss
Kosenfield descended the stairwa3- and
moved towards the main parlor,
where they .too:l under a floral bower
illuminated with incandescent lights
as Rabbi Finesehriber pronounced the
rites that made them man and wife.
The bride's gown was of white
crejte cloth trimmed in rose point
lace. She wore a white tulle veil,
worn entrain, wearing on her head a
garland of orange blossoms and car
rying a shower bouquet of white
A wedding dinner was served at the
conclusion of the ceremony. The
bride's table was decorated in white
and green and. the guests t a bits in
pink and white. llemaley. the St.
l'nul caterer, assisted by Mrs. John
son, of this city, served the dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Levy were made the
recipients of an array of handsome
gifts'. Telegrams came from various
parts of the country, and three rela
tives sojourning across the ocean ex
tended congratulations by cable.
The couple departed at midnight
for a two weeks trip- through the
east, and will be at home after Nov.
10 at the residence of the groom's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Levy, (522
Jlride and groom are members of
two of the substantial families of the
city and have for years been popular
in social circles. Mr. Levy is manager
of the M. Levy & Son wholesale liquor
establishment and is a young man
highly regarded in the business world.
His bride is a lady of charming at
tainments. Those in attendance at the wed
ding from out of the city were:
Itabbi and Mrs. M. T. Schanforder,
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. M. Sickel and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Strauss, Anamosa. lown; Mr. and
Mrs. Will Cioodkind, Miss llattie
Sternberg and Miss Helen Huchman,
St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Meyer May,
Miss Etta May, Miss Corinne May.
Mrs. David Wolf and Arthur D. Wolf,
(irand Rapids. Mich.; Jacob May, Lan
sing. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Kos
enfield and daughter, Des Moines;
Mr. and Mrs. J. Itlonm, 1'eoria; Mrs.
Max Meyer, Mrs. M. Hloom, 11. IHoom
and Sam Kosenfield, Iowa City; Sijty
Kosenfield. Chicago; Louis Kosenfield
and M. Frankel, Des Moines; Mrs. J.
K. nioom, I'eoria; J. 1. Sax, Ottiini
wa; Mrs. Max Meyer, Towa City; Hen
ry Waterman, (ieneseo; Henry Rosen
The wedding of John M. Sjeer and
Miss lieulah I. Cook, both of Pekin,
111., solemnized at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon at the home of Miss Cook's
sister, Mrs. Frank K. Khoades, 102"
Twenty-first street, was witnessed by
a large company. Rev. II. M. Rruin. of
the Dutch Reformed church of l'ekin,
performing the ceremony. The Loh
engrin wedding march was played on
the piano by. Mrs. J. F. Robinson as
the bridal party advanced to the front
parlor, where the marriage rites were
said beneath a bower of palms, ferns,
smilax and carnations. Miss Louise
Leonard, of l'ekin, and Judge Jesse
White, of Tazewell county, were the
The wedding colors were green and
while. The cnstutin. of the bride was
of white lace over white taffeta, and
she carried a bouquet of bride roses.
Her maid wore white organdie over
blue taffeta. Mr. Seer and his bride
left in the evening for a sojourn of
three weeks in the east. They will be
at home after December in Pekin,
where the groom holds a position f
responsibility in the postoffice. His
bride has visited a great deal in Rock
Island the past two years, and has
come to lie well known and much ad
mired among the young people that
have made her acquaintance. Mr. and
Mrs. Speer, parents of the gronji; J.
Cook, Miss Lottie Croft and Miss
Louise Leonard, of Pekin, and Mrs.
David Shayne, of Stark, were guests
at the wedding.
Lorenee S. Rasmussen, of Racine,
Wis., and Miss Effie Mclnness, of Des
Moines, Iowa, were married at S
o'clock last evening at- the Hotel
Harms, the ceremony taking, place in
the south parlor, which was decora
ted in the bridal colors, green and
white, the couple standing under a
bower of bride roses carnations, smi
lax and asparagus as the binding
words were pronounced by Eev. 0. W.
Lawrence, pastor of Memorial Chris
tian church. A dinner was served the
bridal party and guests in the ladies'
cafe, where the, wedding colors pre
vailed also. Mr. Kasirussen is a
draughtsman at Rock Island arsenal,
eoming here from Racine last March.
His bride for the past few months has
made her home with relatives in Rock
Island. The couple will reside at 621
East Sixth street, Davenport. Mrs. T.
Rasmussen, of Racine, mother of the
groom, attended the wedding.
William Schroeder, of Davenport,
and Miss Mattie Zienier were mar
ried last evening at the home of the
bride's brother, Harry Zlemer, of
Taylor Ridge, Rev. W. F. Kettlecamp
officiating in the presence of a com
pany of relatives and friends. The
wedding colors were gieen and white,
the couple standing during the cere
mony beneath an arch of roses and
smilax. The bride w.re a gown of
crepe de chicn. After the ceremony
the party sat down to a sumptuous
wedding feast. The couple will make
their home in the Hadlai flats, in
Davenport, where the grocm, who is
the son of Louis SehroeJvr, a promi
nent Scott county farmer, is employ
ed in the shops of the Rock Island
road. His bride was for several years
employed as matron at the orphans
home in Davenport. Roth she and
the groom have a host of ccquaint
ances who will wish them well in their
At the parsonage of 1'roadway
Presbyterian church yesterday morn
ing Rev. W. S. Marquis officiated at
the marriage of John J. Stream and
Miss Martha A. Clarke, both of Chica
go. Mr. Stream is president of the
Chicago Elevator company.
Miss Mary McCann, (laughter of
Mrs. E. McCann, 425 Twelfth street,
this city, was married yesterday to
John T. Kittelson, of Detroit, the cer
emony taking place at St. Aloysious
Robert E. McQuaid, of Rock Islands
and Mrs. Orma Williams, of Savanna,
III., were married at the court house
this morning by Judge E. E. Parmen
Thomas W. Wauless and Miss Ethel
I.' Lewis, both of Cable, were married
here yesterday. Rev. II. W. Reed per
forming the ceremony at the parson
age of the First Raptist church.
James W. Harson and Miss F.elle
Xewton, of Rock Island, were married
this morning by Magistrate (J. A.
In octal Circles
Col. and Mrs. S. E. Rlunt will give a
golf tea Saturday afternoon to the
members of the Arsenal (iolf club.
.A military ball was given at Odd
Fellows' hall last evening by the can
ton of the Patriarchs Militant. It
was well attended by members and
Miss Ethel Cameron entertained the
F. U. X. club last evening at her home.
52S Twelfth street.. The election of
officers took place, the following be
President Miss Ressie Heeler.
Vice President Miss Elizabeth Mey
ers. Secretary and Treasurer Miss Ag
Miss Twomey has served as secre
tary and treasurer for the past two
terms, but was reelected on account
of being such a faithful officer. Re
freshments were served and a good
time had by all. The prizes, both
first and second, were awarded to
Miss Heeler and Miss Raker. The
young ladies will entertain their
friends at a Hallowe'en party the lat
ter part of the month at the home of
H. C. Spaulding is in Chicago on
Abe Rosenfield leaves tonight for
Washington, I). C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shaw and son
and daughter left last night over the
Hurlington for Spokane.
Thomas W. White, paymaster of the
Hurlington, passed through the city
today in his private car.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DeSoland left
today for Washington to attend the
missionary council of the Episcopal
church Oct. 22.
M. H. Sexton, Ralph Haverstick, J.
F. Munger, II. E. Casteel and J. J
LaVelle returned last evening from
Hloomington, where they attended
the annual meeting of the Three-Eye
Following is today's river bulletin:
Dang'r Hgt. Change
- Line. 8 a. in. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 1 13.4 -0.1
Red Wing ,. 14 11.0 0.2
Reed's Landing ... 12 ( 9.7 -O.l
La Crosse 12 11.2 0.2
Prairie du Chien.. 18 12.0 0.5
Dubuque .......... 15 11.8 ' 0.4
Le Claire 1 7.1 ....
Davenport 15 9.3 -O.l
Des Moines Rpds.. .. 6.2 -0.2
Keokuk 15 11.1 -0.3
St. Louis 30 21.2 -0.3
Kansas City 7 '"21 9.8 0.5
indicates rise, - fall.
The stage of water at the Roek Isl
and bridge was stationary at 9.30.
: The Zalus Davis, Mac and Winona
passed down and the Mac and Winona
The Saturn was down with 32 strings
NEW POINT IN LAW
In Case of Mrs. Sophia Steitz vs.
B. F. Blochlinger Over Ros
JOINT WILL IS DESTROYED
And Another Made In Which Daugh
ter is Not Made a Beneficiary.
A point said to have never before
been brought for a judicial decision
in the state of Illinois came up in the
circuit court this morning in connec
tion with the suit of Mrs. Sophie
Steitz vs. P.. F. Rlochlinger, et al., a
bill to enforce the provisions of a
joint will made by Peter Rosenthal
and his wife, Martha Rosenthal, by
which the complainant was to re
ceive the entire estate, after a few
small bequests, of Peter Rosenthal,
her step-father, Mrs. Rosenthal being
the mother of complainant.
Roth Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal are
dead. During life they executed a
joint will, so it is claimed, in which it
was set forth that if the husband! died
first his widow should pay $50 to his
church, St. Mary's German Catholic,
and a like amount to her church, the
German Lutheran, retaining the re
mainder of the estate, valued at
$2,500, until death, at which it should
divert to her daughter, Mrs. Steitz.
In the event of Mrs. Rosenthal dying
first the same provisions should be ef
fective. Joint Will Destroyed.
Mrs. Rosenthal, preceding her hus
band in death, it is alleged, that the
latter destroyed the joint will by
burning, and drafted another, in
which H. F. Rlochlinger and other
members of his family were made the
chief beneficiaries, small bequests be
ing made to St. Mary's church and
St. Anthony's hospital. The will was
contested by Mrs. Steitz and the is
sues referred for consideration to
Master in Chancery Eutrikin. He
made his report to Judge (.lest today,
allowing Mrs. Steitz about $250 from
the estate and ordering that the bal
ance go to the persons and institu
tions nominiited in the last will, of
which H. F. Rlochlinger was appoint
ed executor by the testator. Adop
tion of the report was resisted by
Ludolph & Reynolds, attorneys for
Mrs. Steitz. Sweeney & Walker ap
pearing for the defendants. Argu
ment of counsel was continued until
Monday, of next week.
Four Caaen Stricken.
The following chancery orders were
Josiah (i. Heck vs. Matt Simonson.
et. al., bill; stricken.
Home Ruilding & Loan association
vs. James Kane, et al., bill: stricken.
Roek Island Mutual Ruilding, Sav
ings & Loan association vs. Rosetta
Eby, et al.. foreclosure; stricken.
11. V. Fisher, executor, etc., vs. Ade
laide R. Downing, et al., foreclosure;
VOICE WINS QUICK FAME
FOR MRS. H. BJ0RKSTEN
Mrs. Rjorksten, formerly Miss Mar
tha Strickland, is a young American,
descendant of John Quincy Adams,
and gifted with a beautiful soprano
voice capable of fine and effective
colorature. I'ntil recently she lived
with her family abroad, making her
studies in Paris and New York under
She never thought of singing until
four years ago, when it was discover
ed that she possessed a voice well
worth cultivating. Under the name of
Mile. D'Esterre she tried her wings in
concert before critical audiences in
Geneva, Switzerland, last year, and
won instantaneous applause for her
lovely voice, her musiean'.y delivery
and charming personality. She also
sang in several of the princely draw
ing rooms in Paris, aud the great
success there obtained was so much
the more remarkable as it was spon
Her gifted husband is already well
known in the three cities, having
given a recital at Augustana last
spring. That when he returns to the
same institution Thursday evening of
next week he is to be accompanied by
Mrs. Rjorksten is a matter on which
musical people should congratulate
In the winter of 1SS2-3 on the great
Christine Nilsson's American tour.
Rjorksten, then a young man of 20.
accompanied her as the tenor of her
company, she having recognized in
him in the old country a tenor of
great power. Now in the prime of
life his musical powers are as great
as over, and those who attend the re
cital next Thursday evening at Au
gustana auditorium will be amply repaid.
ONLY TWO DAYS MORE
Of the Fre Imontrtlen at Vonoc &
Conducted by Miss Anna Virginia
Miller, of the Host on Cooking school.
Friday's subject, "Eggs and How
to Use Them."
Menu Scrambled eggs with cheese;
Many Mother of a Like Opinion.
Mrs. Pilmer, of Cordova, Iowa, says:
"One of my children was subject to
croup of a severe type, and the giving
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
promptly always brought relief. Many
mothers in this neighborhood think
the same as I do about this remedy
and want no other kind for their chil
dren." For sale by all druggists.
f Time to ISnny
Get your home cosily furnished
for the long winter ahead.
All records broken this fall in ex
tent and beauty of stock. Give
us a call. We guarantee to save
Davenport Furniture l
Carpet Company. Jo
123-125 West Third Street.
VIVEJVTOF T J IOWA
of the Best MaJtes of
Our fall styles are here. All the
latest ideas in correct dress for
men and boys. A combination
of high grade values and moder
Suits and Overcoats.
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