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THE AHetTS, TUESDAY, JAKUAHY 8, 1004
For life that you would like
to leave your wife, and the
' amount in cash you would like
to have returned to you, if you
survive the period of limited
payments give these facts
and the ages of both, in writing
for terms on this contract,
devised and introduced by
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York.
Tbia Company rank
first la Age.
First In A ft Arts.
First In Amount Paid Folicy-hoider.
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York,
Kicbaid A. UcCcidv, rrcaideot.
F. A. Spencer, Peoria, Hi., Manager.
Dr. Paul Kersch and II. L. Wheelan,
local agents for Uock Island.
DlNlCTION CHAMSCBMN. KINDT COMPANV.
Tuesday, Jan. 5.
The ( iiiiiiii'iir Come: Al V. Martin's
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Produced (in :i scale of magnificence
ncicr before a 1 tempted.
Sixty people. Carload f special
scenery; :.' ponies. iiiii!t'slioii's.(!u;'s,
Sec ihe spcctacula r street para lie;
two bands; '-' ponies, horses, dogs,
unties; in tableau wagons; lady drum
corps ami buglers; float.
Twenty-five colored people in south
ern pastime.-; cake walkers, dancers,
Pit ICES - in. 20. ::0 and .".0 cents.
Seals on sal- Monday at Illinois. Smok
OmtcnoN CtiAn bcrlin. Kindt 4k Company.
Wednesday, Jan. 6.
(ink m;ht only.
The -nth ( rut ii r. Innovation,
BROOKE i:;,,0'lV; BAND
1 I ; t i n ran-lime kuici'II-. I'.iiiht vo
cal and i nt ru men t a I o!oit-. All the
song "hit-." All the latest musical
lioellie-. New York. Iln-tnii. ( hica
go. Cincinnati, and all Europe gout
I .'lif-t iine mad. "Sotidii!; like it ecr
ri:i( i:s :.u and 7.1 cents-and ?r.
Seats on sale at llliiioi.- Smoker.
OlMlCTION CMAMBtUtlN. KINDT COinPANV.
Thursday, Jan. 7.
Vrcd E. Wright's Magnificent Produc
tion of the Prettiest of ;i!l
-York Sta-te Folks."
tiik f.h;oet hit
in the dramatic world. I're-ented 1 1 v
t he jgrcn t original ca-t.
The most elaborate -ccnie prod uct ii n
cut given a pa-toral play.
Price.-: "". .".it and 7" ci-iits and 1.
Sale open. Tucsilav at '. a. m. I hi Id rcn
in arm- not admitted.
Curtain prou.ptU at s o'clock.
blRlCTION CHAMBC RUN. KINDT COPIPANV.
Friday, Jan. 8.
America's (ircate-t l'oinantic Actor.
In the new Con.tn Dovle plav,
"Preceded by the celebrated one-act
irama. "The acraineiit of .luila-."
I.icblcr V Co.. manager.-. Magnificent
stage mount in.'-. beautiful co-t limes
and vuperb companx. including Wes
ton Clarke. Edmund l"rece and Miss
l'l.'U KS "i cent to l..ln.
biiKTioN Cham p run. kin otacompanv.
Thursday, Jan. 14.
Tri-Cily Press Club.
Presenting his famou lecture
111 in voice I
The Event cf the Seeson.
The present sea-on, just closing,
Mr. Wattersou has apjiearixl in every
part of the Union from lloston to New
Orleans, and with evcr-increasin
welcome and applause, north and
south alike joining in enthusiastic ap
proral. yj "ea s v.-ri te us
1 ' Corr-s; ( nl ce
H r. THE PARENT
- S. CTrt 1 ILL
The death of Mr. Louisa ISuttenob
occurred Sunday night at the home of
her daughter, l-u'o Division street, the
fatal ailment being- rheuniatim ami
coiupiicatioii.- incident to old age. She
wa - "0 ea rs of age. The deceased
wa- born in llan.er. Ocrmany. Her
maiden name was Mi-.s Louisa io!
li nir liir t . She came to Davenport in
and in wa- united in mar-
riap-e to Mic hael l.uttenoli. They went
to lie upon a farm in l!lue !ra-s
town-hip and re-idtr: there until the
(eath -f Mr. !!utteii(d two year- ao.
Since that time Mrs. lmttenoW has
iiiade her hi. me with her daughter in
thi- city. The children -:iriiiiir her
are; Anton. ( hri-t.f. lieiip.'f and M rs.
Ma'L'ie i:a rd.-en.
i:ery !ay ince the lr. iioi- thea
tre l.orr.r occurred new- has develop
ed of some one in I a er:j-ort who had
icIalUe- win; perished in that fire.
Ililwiu I. I'.aker of lhi -ity had two
uncle- who met ihcir fate in the di--a.-tcr.
Thce were (harle- and Willis
Cooper of Kenosha. Wis., prominent
business, men ,f that city, one of them
reputed to be a millionaire.
It ha- bet n learned th-i! lli'MSf
Shipper, the old man found :earl at
Ka.-t Front street, ha- a rclati'.e
named Whlpper liviii-j- in I'mer.-on. la..
who i- a nephew of the deceased. A
telegram has been sent there and the
funeral ha- been del;.ed until an ans
wer can be received.
There wa- a c.-liv little blae at
the Fifth and ttradv street store of
Hickey P.rothers yesterday. When the
ras man read the meter his candle
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
AN UNHEALTHY HAIR
FALLING HA-R E
Destroy the came, you remove
Kill the Dandruff Germ
H EE RRIOt DEE
The only preparation that
will destroy those parasite.
-.EXCELLENT HAIR DRESSING.-
For Sale by all Druggists.
For Bale by T. II. Thomas, druggist
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it' quality that make
heat, it'a quality that retains it,
it ia quality that makes possible
onsumption of 90 per cent of the
ombustible part of it, leaving
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills1
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The oal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serve all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
Charles E. Hodgson,
American In. J.'o. ......Newark, X. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders Ins. Co Chicago, 111.
I'nion Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Uockford Ins. Co Kockford, III.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven. Conn.
Irs. Co. State of Illinois. Kockford. 111.
Office, room 3. Iluford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
started, a blaze that soon burned up
the meter and left the gas burning
from the open plug, scorching the
woodwork a little and soon ruining a
big leather settee that was close at
hand. There was no box in front of
the store for shutting off the gas. and
extinguishers never touched it, so the
firemen finally stopped the blaze by
turning an inch stream cf water right
at the burning pipe, choking off the
flow of gas anil putting out the fire.
About 10O worth of cigars in the win
dow above the meter were ruined.
Henry Carstens is to fight the di
vorce proceedings instituted by his
wife a short time ago. Carstens de
nies the allegations that he threaten
ed to kill her and that he used- her
cruelly when she was ill and unable to
leave her bed. He states that all of
these allegations are caused by the
parents of the girl. Mr. and Mrs. J.
The Scott county board of supervi
sors met in the first session of the
year yesterday afternoon. The prin
cipal business of the board was to se
lect a chairman for tin coming year,
and John Soller was selected. Mr.
Soller was chairman of the board dur
ing the year just passed.
The Uiversidc Ice company is har
vesting Hj.noo tons of the congealed
down in the lower harbor between
Otferman's island and the main land.
The ice is of good thickness and is be
ins stored on the shore where their
hou.-cs are being erected.
Chairman hunger, of the tire de
partment of the city council. Chief
Piening. City Klectrieian Moore and
Messrs. Murray and Xagel of the board
of public works, made an inspection of
the llurtis opera house yesterday af
fernoon. They looked over the new
tire escapes, and were shown around
by Manager Kindt, who explained the
preparations he had made to make the
I rocpiois incident an impossibility here
in Davenport. Kither Chairman Lun
ger or Chief Piening. however, will
probably report to the council certain
changes that they think should' be
made at the amusement house to
make the safety of the audience there
doubly sure, and Mr. Kindt says that
he will meet them half way and do
anything within reason to carry out
their wishes. Among the things talk
ed about by the inspecting party, some
of which will probably be recommend
ed, were an asbestos curtain, an em
ergency light on a separate circuit
from the theatre lights, a stand pipe
and a fire alarm box. After the 1rip
of inspection, which include;! other
houses. Chief Piening declared there
was not a safe house of amusement in
I. W . I.erch. for many years one of
the bet known business men in Dav
enport, and one of the most highly
esteemed of the old residents, died
suddenly esteniy at his home at
the corner of IJock Island and Fourth
streets. The fatal ailment was heart
disease. Mr. I.erch was a native of
Hanover, (iermany. and was born Feb.
II. ls.;i. e attended school in (Ier
many until he was 14 years tif ape
when he learned the tinner's trade,
and with his brother, the late A. J.
I.erch. came to America in ls.VV Pre
vious to coming to Davenport, he
worked in Pittsburg. Pa., seven years
and at Watertovvn arsenal near Bos
ton. He later was empoyed in the gov
ernment arsenal near San Francisco.
Cat. He came to this locality in lsrt.'i
anil for ;i time worked at the Hock
Island arsenal. In 1M7 he formed a
partnership with his brother. A. J.
l.erch and they were engaged' in the
stove business for many years. They
enjoyed a larire patronage and their
store was one i f the best known of it
kind in the tri-cities. Mr. I.erch re
tired from the stove business about
m years ago and oriranied the Daven
port P.o factory, lie devoted consid
erable attention to this new venture
until about .'I years ago when he re
tired. He was married about X! years
ago to Miss I'agina Schweier of this
city. She died two years ago. The
surviving family consists; of three sons
and one daughter Mrs. F. (I. Ill u nek.
of ihis city: William of Chicago, and
August ami Herman at home.
Anna liockwell. a gray haired wo
man who told the- board' of insanity
yesterday afternoon that she was born
in Franklin county. Fast Highgate.
Yt.. was sent to Mercy hospital as a
public patient for observation. Matron
Hill and the ladies of the Industrial
Home association have looked after
her for some time.
Cured After SntTerlne lo Years.
P.. F. Hare, superintendent Miami
Cycle A- Manufacturing company, Mid
dletown. Ohio, suffered for 10 years
with dyspepsia. He spent hundreds
of dollars for medicine and with doc
tors without receiving any perma
nent benefit. He says: "One night
while feeling exceptionally bad I was
about to throw down the evening pa
per when I saw an item in the paper
regarding- the merits of Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. I concluded to try it,
anJ while I had no faith in it, I felt
better after the second dose. After
using two bottles I am stronger and
better than I have been in years, and
I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
to my friends and acquaintances suf
fering from stomach trouble." Sold
by all druggists.
Ilirds work for man from the first
glimmer of light;
Rocky Mountain Tea works for man
kind loth day and night;
That's why it is famous the world o'er
It will not let you turn over and take
T. II. Thomas pharmacy. I
F. (J. Allen tendered the meibers of
the high school football team a ban
quet at Manufacturers hotel Saturday
evening. Phil Hedin was elected cap
tain, receiving 12 votes, over Koy Haas
and. Arthur Towndrow.
The central fire company was called
to the Williams. White Sr Co.'s shops
yesterday- where a fire had broken out
in the pattern room. The flames were
soon extinguished, the damage being
confined to a small quantity of lumber
which had been stored in the room.
The company was also called to 413
Fourteenth street about noon to ex
tinguish a small blaze in the rear of
the house, which was accomplished by
the use of chemicals.
Immediately after finishing a 40
day sentence in the county jail for
vagrancy and disorderly conduct. Kmil
Kydell was arraigned before Magis
trate Olson yesterday- on the same
charge. He came into the court room
with a smiling countenance, but if he
had thoughts of returning to the coun
ty jail for the remainder of the win
ter, he was disappointed. Judge O!
sou ori."ereu nun to leave .Moiine im
mediately, and if he failed to do so.
more drastic measures wo.nl. I be
adopted in order to rid the city of his
presence. 'Hie last seen of Rvfiell he
was making his wav towards Fast Mt-
Mrs. (Jeorgc K. Merryman has de
parted for Chicago, where he will re
main a short time before returning to
her home in Hot Springs, Ark.
Allyn Fleming will leave for !al
veston. Texas, tomorrow.
J. II. Porter, who has been visiting
af the home of ;. A. Stephens, has re
turned to Kuffalo. Mrs. Porter re
mains a week or more.
Mrs. C. A. 1 laniard was called to
Chicago by word of the death of her
uncle. Miss Kliabeth P.arnard accom
panied her on her on her return to
Seven hundred legal voters have
signed the petitions opposing the
opening of billiard halls anil bowling
alleys on Sundays, and these petitions
are reinforced by many others signed
by residents of the city, irrespective
of the voters' clause. The pastors of
the city have worked zealously and
feel well repaid for their labors, feel
ing that the wishes of so large a con
stituency will be given some consider
ation by the aldermen.
Mayor Skinner and the council will
act for the protection of theater pat
rons in .Moiine. as officials all over the
country are acting since the awful
lesson of the Irlquois fire in Chicago..
The lire, water and- light committee
will be instructed, says the mayor, to
investigate conditions at the Wagner
opera house. It is no reflection on the
management or owners of the build
ing, but merely a precautionary step
for the public's benefit.
Moiine Turners are looking forward
with interest to the annual fair which
will be held this year the first week in
February, 1 to (i inclusive. All com
mittees have been appointed and pre
parations are already under way. As
usual the event will be in Turner hall
with all the usual attractions. Hooths
representing all nations will be an
attractive feature, and the full Light
(iua id band will give a concert every
Recitations were resumed in all the
public school buildings yesterday.
At tfie high school the attendance of
i'.'.il broke all previous records a ml1 em
phasized the difficulty of providing
adequate quarters for all the pupils.
The building is taxed to its capacity
ami beyond, and with the incoming
das ,,f - pupils, every recitation
room in the building is full. When the
new high school was erected in ls'.M
with an assembly room of .() seats
it was felt that accommodations for
years had been provided, but they
were insufficient for even less than H
years, the city having grown beyond
the antic;pations of all but the most
(iiist (iustafson. one of the head car
penters at New Shops, was brought to
the Moiine city hospital yesterday for
treatment, (iustafson was found bad
ly frozen at New Shops Saturday
night. The remedies at hand were ap
plied, but after he was thawed out he
was still in a critical condition, so he
was brought where he cai receive
A Very CIo Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although ev
ery joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain." writes C. W. Hel
laniy. a locomotive fireman, of Itur
lington. Iowa. "I was weak and pale,
without any apjK-tite. and all run
down. As I was about to give up, I
got a bottle of Kleetrio Hitters, and
after taking it. I felt as well as I ever
did in my life." Weak, s-ickly, run
down people always gain new life,
strength and vigor from their use.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Ilartz & Ullemeyer. Price, 50 cents.
Many children are poisoned and
made nervous and weak, if not killed
outright, by mothers giving them
cough sy ruji containing opiates. Fo
ley's Honey and Tar is a safe and cer
tain remedy for coughs, croup and
lung troubles, and m the only promi
nent rough remedy that contains no
opiates or other poions. All drug
A IfKoi tl of anturket.
About Vineyard sound there are nu
merous legends of a famous Indian
giaut. It is said that the rocks at Sea
con net are the remains of his wife,
whom he threw into the sea there. He
turned his children Into fishes aud emp
tying out his pipe one day formed Nan
tucket out of its ashes. This latter
story of Nantucket's source must ac
count likew-Jse for the well known story
of that old Nantucket captain who was
accustomed to make his reckonings by
tasting the earth brought up on sound
ing. One dny the lead was dipped in
some earth brought on board ship from
the Island, and the captain, after tast
ing, leaped from his berth in great
excitement, exclaiming. "Nantucket's
sunk, and here we are right over old
Marin Hackett's garden!" Naturally
he would recognize the taste of tobacco
All diseases of Kidneys,
Bladder, Urinary Organs.
Also Rheumatism, Back
a che, HeartDisease. Gravel.
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There is a
CUreforyou. If ni'i-ewttry writo l)r. lenner.
lie Jia.s spirit ;i life time curing u -t such
cases as yours. All cousultatioLS Frao.
-fr. Fenner Kirtni-y and Hackache Cmv
Is t lie cause of my ln-iiic alivo to-day. 1 had
sutTervd jrreatly if kidui y (iiw;is for years
and rcdiK-fd in wvifilil to 1-0 pounds. luu
veisli ltvi pounds.
V. H. Mi-UITGIN. Olive Furnace. O."
Druggists. 50-.. !. AskfurCiM'ii luk - Free.
For sale by Ilarper House Pharmacy
and Canode's Pharmacy.
Chicago Dental Company
If ymi are in n 'l of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. Yc use
notliii.g hut, the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it. to
fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. V"e never ak you more
than our prices below:
CLEAN i xc; IT: EE.
Cement fillings 25c
Bone filling 2Sc
Platinum filling S0c
Silver fillings gQc
Gold fillings, $1 and up C JmQQ
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $ 5 and up 5,00
115 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Directories of North snd South Da
kota, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Pe
oria and Chicago. Records are kept
of people moving, arriving or leaving
Davenport. Credit reports and cor
rect addresses furnished on applica
tion. Branch of the Bergman Collec
tion Agency. 207-209 Brady street,
J. M. BUF0RD
The old fire and
time - tried com
Pates as low as
any reliable com
pany can afford.
YOUR TATRO-VAGE IS SOLICITED.
No Experiment. Positive Relief Assured. No Fail
ures, "When Directions ce Carried Out.
All other systems may fail. This Is Nature's own
method of curing. Xo disease exists without neive
streJn or nerve pressure.
13he strain tewnd pressure removed and nature
rights the wrong. The blood becomes contaminated
with poison because of nerve strain or nerve pres
sure. Every disea.se known to humo.nity curable. Pis
ease causes are simply conditions, due to Nervous
Strain or Impediment.
Eye-Strcvin Corrected and Spinal nerve pressure
removed, cure eJl ills.
A. P. DAVIS, M. D..
NKVKO PAT HIST ' AM) OPHTIIALM OLOUIST
Suite 4, Mitchell & Lynde building. Office hours 9 to 12 m.; 2 to 5 p. to.
I cure Piles, Fistula, Chronic
Constipation, Fissures, and all oth
er Rectal and Intestinal Diseases
without pain or the knife.
Every ictim of piles knows too
well the discomfort and annoyance
they cause. Piles are iilways an indi
cation of disorder which, if neglected
certainly leads to the most serious
rectal and intestinal diseases.
I cure pill's, allaying the rectal in
llanmiat ion and removing its causes.
Many diseases and disorders of the
delicate female organs are the result,
of rectal ailments and cannot lie cured
until the cause is removed. Thous
ands of women are snITcring daily tor
tures from female disorders because
their physicians have not discovered
that the cause of their trouble is some
rectal disease. I have given special
attention during my years of study
When in Doubt Consult the Best
25 years of successful experience in curing Chronic, Nervous and Pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Eleven years permanently located in
Davenport, where he has cured thousands of eases of Chronic Dis
eases pronounced incurable by of hers, proves conclusively that DII.
Vv'AI.Sll is the P.est and Most Successful Specialist in the tri-cities.
Dr. Walsh Cures When Others
NEK VOL'S DE15I LI'I Y. sleeplessness, f trie! me, weakness of men,
failing memory, mental delusions, catarrh, dyspepsia, asthma, bron
chitis, blood diseases, scrofula, piles, and kidney diseases.
WOMEN siifTering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache,
constipation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart or any other disease
peculiar to the sex should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of
his vast experience.
kemkmuek it pays to consult thi: rest fikht.
viimmtiiiV W'll I'l K( "I" fill ' IT V
. i ...... .... i -
Dr. Wafsh a master of ths' methods of curing chronic diseases. He
uses all forms of electricity, including Faradism. (lalvanism, Catapho
resis, Sinusoidal, Static and High Frequency Currents.
VARICOCELE is a .frequent cause of nervous and physical decline.
Why treat imtlis with others when we can positively cure you in
from one to three treatment-''
Only Curable Cases Taken. If yot; cannot call, write. Hundreds
cured by mail.
HOCKS: 0 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and T to 8 p. in., Sunday 11:30 to 1:30 p. in
DTJ. J. E. WALSH.
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street
Telephone 1312 Weet, or call at 1316 Third Avenue
Stengel , 15he Plumber.
and praotice to the reflex action f
rectal diseases on the female organs
and have cured hundreds of cases of
female disorders which have liafllol
other physicians for years. Women
suffering from diseases peculiar to
their sex which their physicians have
been unable to cure should consult
me. My office offers every privacy
and female attendants are at the ser
vice of my patients.
1 cure, all disorders of the Rectum
The entire, digestive tract from the
stomach to the rectum is one of my
specialties. My methods of treatment
ofTer a certain cure for all diseases
of this portion of the human system
and their reflexes whenever a cure is
jxissihle to human skill. 1 do not
take all cases, but I guarantee a
cure whenever I take a case.
I am especially desirous of eases
which other physicians have failed to
cure. Physicians having obstinate
eases under treatment are invited to
consult, me, free of charge.
Call and investigate. Consultation
Dr. Home's P.io-Cheinic treatment
and the free X-I5AY EXAMINATION.
Mitchell Lynde P.ldg., Rock Isl
and. Take elevator to 4th floor.
I.'ooms T.. r( and "1. Hours 9 to 5.
Evenings 7 to 8. Sunday 0 lo 12.
J. E. WALSH,
. "n vi-.-irs viieru-ncn lias made i
When you have trouble with
your plumbing, that's a ign tbo
work waKD't properly done at
When you entrust j our plumb
ing repair work or new to U,
that's a fdgn you'll hare no trou
ble vit-h it.
You'll believe in sign- after
you have tried our work.