Newspaper Page Text
THE Atf GTT8, HOOAT, TJEBRUAUY 8. 1904
22 lbs. granulated Sugar.... $1.00
3 1-lb. cans Salmon 25c
4 Il.s. Dates 23c
5 lbs. Anchovies 25c
Swedish Lingon, quart..... 10c
Dry Peaches, 5c lb.. 6 lbs... 25c
fi lbs. Prunes 25c
Best Saner Kraut, gal 15c
Uulk Olives, quart oOc
.': runs Early .June Peas.... 25c
lbs. Raisins 25c
.T pkgs. Pancake Flour 25c
.1 cans Raked Deans 25c
2 pkgs. Malta Vita 25c
Malt Too Flakes, 10c pkg
3 for 25c
Kgg-O-See, lc pkg., 3 for.. 25c
Malt Nuts, 5- pkg., 0 for... 25c
3 cans Tomatoes 25c
Canada Sap Maple Syrup,
quart can r.Oc
fi 5c cons Mustard Sardines. 5c
3 pkgs. Mother's Oats 25e
1 dozen Herring 20c
3 big bottles Catsup 25c
H bars Santa ("latin Soap ... 25c
10e cake Sapolio, 2 for 15c
flood Flour, per sack 1.10
Lion and XXXX Coffee, 2
pkgs. for 25c
2052 Fourth avenue; both'phone
See Our Prices
Teanut candy, per lb., lOe.
Cocoanut candy, per lb., 10c.
Yankee peanut candy, per lb., 10.
Chewing cream candy, all flavors,
per lb., 10c.
Chocolate drops, per lb.4 15c
We have installed for the benefit
of our customers a new hot water
apparatus for hot drink of all
kinds and at all hours at a reason
able price of 5c per cop.
1810 SECOND AVENUE.
THE DwL'-LY ARGUS
MEET IS DEFERRED
Three-Eye Lague Directors No
to Gather at Chicago To
morrow as Planned.
WAITING OH THE SCHEDULE
Prank Lander Mast Furnish Ad
ranee Copies to the Eight
Notices have been sent out to each
cJub in the Three-Eye stating that
the apring meeting has been postponed
indefinitely and that the time will be
conditional upon the submission of
Frank Lander's schedule. It is hoped
that the date will not be later than
Feb. 24. as there are several other im
portant matters to be acted upon at
the same tune.
1'rcsideur Holland is mirth disap
pointed because lender failed to com
plete his schedule on time, but he was
not kurpried, as he had been led to
believe from Ihe tone of Lauder's
letter on Jan. 13 that there were
strong probabilities of delay. Mr. Hol
land will not agree to submission of
the schedule without copies beingsent
to each club in advance so that each
manager will be able to study it care
fully ami be able to vote upon it un-
deistandinjrl v. If the schedule is not
sent until the meeting- is railed to or
der it might be railroaded through
without receiving the consideration
that its importance deserves.
President Holland has been looking
up the question of summer baseball
excursions and will probably bring
this matter up at the spring meeting.
lit believes the railroads will cooper
ate with the Three-Eye league in
operating excursions when Sunday
and holiday games are played. Last
year no attention was paid to the; ex
cursion feature, except in isolated
Folrhow 8lro In the South.
Louis IV.lchrw, the pitcher with
Kvansville for two seasons, has signed
with Montgomery in the Southern
league. Ed I'abst, the former Rock-
ford player, is to captain Montgom
ery this year.
.locobscu. the winning pitcher of Ue
atur last season, and who was draft
ed by Washington, is not anxious to
lay there this year. He has been
tendered a salary of $.'500 per month.
but thinks that he should remain an
other season In the minor league in
order to develop. It is hardly likely
that he will be allowed to remain with
Decatur, as Washington is said to be
in need of a staff of first-class pitch-
The members, of the Bloomlngton
earn have been directed to report for
spring practice April 1, and the first!
game will le played April 3 with the
Pastimes, an amateur club of Hlooin-
ington. This contest, which will be
played on Sunday, is to formally open
the baseball season of ll()4 in Rloom
iugton. Harry Truby of last year's
Bloomington team, evidently has in
tentions of giving up active work on
the diamond, for President Holland
received a letter from him last week
asking for n position as umpire. He
has a thorough -knowledge of the
MR. M'CABS PURCHASES
TEGELER BLOCS ON THIRD
Senator L. S. McCabe Saturday af
ternoon purchased the Tegeler prop
erty on the southwest corner of Third
avenue and Eighteenth street, paying
therefor $36,000. Definite plons have
not been formulated by Mr. McCabe,
but it is probable that the building
will le remodeled generally, and tht
two upper floors converted into flats.
The building has a frontage of M)
feet on Third avenue, the purchase
including the 40 feet adjoining' on the
west and on which there is situated
an old brick tenement house. The
property was bought from Mrs. An
gelica Tegeler. whose husband, th'
late C. Tegeler. erected the block ::0
years ago for the aecommodntion of
the wholesale liquor business that he
was engaged in at that time. There
are four storerooms n the ground
floor, two occupied by A. H. Liitt. an
other by Lemberg S- Detlefsen. and
the fourth is used for storage by Mc
Cabe & Co.
Lnt Eieanlosi to Oklahoma
Land excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Rock Island System
Jan. 3 and 19, Feb. 2 and 10. March 1
and 15 and April 5 and 19. For fur
ther particulars, call on or write
E. E. MORGAN,
HENRY J. GRIPP,
lrlO Fifteenth Street. Moline, 111.
An Karly Riser
A strong, healthy, active constitu
tion depends largely on the condition
of the liver. The famous little pills
known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers
not only cleanse the system, but they
strengthen the action of the liver and
rebuild the tissues supporting that or
gan. Little Early Risers are easy to
act, they never gripe, and yet they
are absolutely certain to produce re
sults that are satisfactory in all cases.
Sold by all druggists.
ffJf If iv
STAND UTO C02XUITTEXS
FOE THE CLUB ARE NAMED
President F. A. Head announces the
appointment of the following- stand
ing committees for the year for the
Koek I eland Club: -'
Executive E. If. fiuyer, F. W.Bahn
sen, t. h. McDaniel.
House Ira Karr, W. II. Dart, II. W
Cards II. W. Ward, J.G. Junpe, L.
C. Blanding, E. F. Dorn, M. M. Stur
Entertainment M. A. Loeb. J. M
Colligan. Dr. R. M. Fearce, W. II. Reck,
J. .1, La elle.
Reception Phil Mitchell, E. W
Hurst, F. G. Allen, Charles A. Barnard.
J. F. Lardner. Judge Nathaniel
trench, Mai. C. W. Hawes.
i Local Improvements E. H. C.uyer,
T. J. Medill. W. C. Maucker, It. F.
Kn'ix, Mayer Levi.
Billiards (ins Tegeler. J. H. Trim
ble, Dr. G. L. Eyster, A. L. Richards
Howling F. W. P.ahnsen. Col. C. W
Durham. II. K. Curtis, I). E. Noftsker,
C. R. Chamberlin.
Arsenal S. S. Davis, Otto Huber,
W. II. Marshall, Frank Mixter, C. F
Lynde. . .
Tri-City I. S. White, M. H. Sexton,
W. M. Reck. T. F. LaVelle. M. C. Rice
Manufacturers C. S. McDaniel,
Charles McIIugh, H. E. Casteel, A. H.
Hend. W. A. Rosenfield.
Railroads F. C. Denkmann. B. C
Hartz, L. S. McCabe, B. D. Lamont, A.
CIRCUIT COURT ORDERS.
101, Gould vs. Tri-City Railway com
pany, case. Motion for new trial over
ruled. Judgment on the verdict in fa
vor of the plaintiff, and against the
defendant for the sum of $1,100 and
for routs and execution. Defendant
prays nu appeal to the appellate court
of the Second district of Illinois which
is allowed upon the defendant enter
ing into bond in the sum of $1,500 con
ditioned us required by law with sure
ties to be approved by the rlerk. of
this court. Bond in 30 days. Bdl of ex
ceptions in (50 days.
107, People ex rel Beardsley vs. City
rf Rock Island et al. Mandamus. Mo
tion to amend answer allowed. Motion
of defendant company of Jan. 4, for
rule on partitioner to reply to remain
der of answer of defendant overruled.
2.17, Christians vs. C, R. I. & P. Rail
way company et al.. case. Motion for
security for costs allowed and plaintiff
ruled to give securities for costs or
justify by first day uf the next term.
-61. Rock Island Brewing company
vs. Dunavin. Confession. Declaration
note and power of attorney. Affidavit
and cognovit filed and examined. Con
sidered and adjudged that plaintiff
have and recover of defendant $313
and costs and execution.
200, Morgart vs. Mcrgart. Divorce.
Case heard, finding and decree for
complainant for divorce and custody
of minor child, James William Mor
gart. SEEK TO PREVENT STAGE
ABUSE OF THE IBISHMAN
In reply to a protest from the An
cient Order of Hibernians asking that
the overdone Irishman on the stage
be discouraged by the syndicate,
C'hamberlin, Kindt & Co. have written
as follows to A. P. McGuirk, of Dav
enport: "We beg to assure you that we are
heartily in accord with your views in
this matter, and will do everything in
our power to prevent any insulting or
degrading performance on our stage
which may be objectionable to that
very large and most welcome class of
our patrons, the Irish-Americans."
A similar effort is being put forth
by the society all over the I'hited
Ha. You Indirection?
If you have indigestion. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure will cure you. It has cur
ed thousands. It is curing people
every day every hour. You owe.it
to yourself to give it a trial. You will
continue to suffer until you do try it.
There is no other combhsation o di
gestants that digest and rebuild at
the same time. Kodol does both.
Kodol cures, strengthens and rebuilds.
Sold by all druggists.
One was pale and sallow and the
other fresh and rosy. Whence the
difference? She who is blushing with
health uses Dr. King's New Life Pills
to maintain it. By gently arousing
the lazy organs they corniel good di
gestion and head' off constipation.
Try them. Only 25 cents, at Hartz &
KeUcf la On Minute.
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute, because it kills the
microbe which tickles the mucous
membrane, causing the cough, and at
the same time clears the phlegm,
draws out the inflammation and heals
and soothes the affected parts. Out
Minute Cough t ure strengthens tne
lunsrs. wards tiff pneumonia and is a
harmless and never failing cure in all
curable cases of coughs, colds and
croup. One Minnte Cough Cure is
pleasant to take, harmless and good
alike for young and old. Sold by all
This is the rnediciae doctors
have prescribed for sixty y
for coughs, colds, croup, bron-
kllllllt VUIKUIII'IIUII. Miil,IIHf.
MILLER IN DISPUTE
Colorado Springs Claims to Have
Contract With Ball
ACCEPTED LOCAL CLUB'S TERMS
Rock Iilsad Will losist on Ilia He-
porting Here in
Rock lland has been blocked in
its negotiations to secure Kohley Mil
ler, the crack second baseman, by a
claim entered by Colorado Springs of
the Western league.
The Colorado Springs management
announces that it has a contract with
Miller which was signed up prior to
his flicker with Rock Island, having
made a bid for his services after Mil
waukee, with which he played last
season, had voted to withdraw from
President AT. II. Sexton of the West
ern states that if Colorado Springs
can produce the documents to sustain
its claim that it will have first call on
the services of Miller, and that the
only way Rock Island can land him is
through dealing with Colorado
Hm Accepted T-rmn.
Rock Island will insist on holding
Miller, as he has accepted terms, and
practically is under contract with the
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper Henry Waterman,
Geneseo;. G. Weil, New York; ' M. J.
Hrien, Morrison; O. C. Ohlendorf, A.
H. Miller. Freeport; A. Hawks, Balti
more, Md.; Charles Cooper, F. W.
Hates, Chicago; W. II. Roth, Milwau
kee; Charles Eilhenbaum, New York;
L. W. Berry, Chicago; J. T. Walker,
Kansas City; K. G. Allen, Muscatine;
Mr. and Mrs. M. Loeb, child and maid.
Rock Island; G. Fycle, Chicago; II. C.
Misslehom, C. W. Hudson, St. Louis;
J. M. Colligan. J. J. LnYelle, George
Sudlow, F. W. Reimcrs, Rock Island;
M. Schonberg, F. W. Turner, Chica
go; James McDonald, New York; W.
S. Kendall, Beardstown; T. B. Crosby,
Toledo; F. Rigby, Dayton, Ohio; J. B.
Kilpatrick, Chicago; E. C. Nalle.Wnsn-
ington, D. C; Philip Jaques, M. K.
Coken, New York; M. Burton, J.
Greenbanm, Chicago; W. G. McCarthy
and wife. Sterling; W. B. Capell. New
York; A. C. Woods. Theo Work, Chica
go; T. Black, A. Bills, Geneseo; IT. II.
.(ratt, Chicago; L. M. Magill, Moline;
M. F. Owens, Minneapolis; F. Smith,
Chicago; 1). I. McCarthy, Rock Island;
J. G. Milligan, New York; W. W. New-
hall, Kansas City; A. D. Fair, Chica
go; A. B. Cro.ier, Detroit; David Mc
Conagfty, A. G. McGaw," New York;
William Marquis. Rock Islnnd; J. J.
Hiersch, Chicago; Mrs. I. Sheaff, Dav
enport; F. B. Crosby, Toledo; C. E.
McLlroy, Ottumwa; Charles Hawe,
Chicago; H. I. Hardin, Peoria; W. T.
At the Harms (European) Edward
R. Mawson and wife, with "Pride of
Jennieo" company; C. R. Manson,
New iork; D. A. Barry, L. M. Downs,
Chicago:; E. B. Heller, Aurora, 111.;
r loyd Davis, Des Moines, Iowa; L. v .
Moyer. Charles Markns. Chicago; W.
A. Dowles, C. A. Ramble, D. E. Hig-
g'ns, Chicago; II. W. Yawter, Knox-
ville, III.; F. J. Melton,- L. J. Mathews,
Chicago; A. L. Bell. St. Lotus; Mor-
g:fh F. Stanley, New York; L. B.
Griggs, Boston. Mass.; C. A. Simmons,
St. Louis; L. A. Seacord, Madison,
Wis.; M. J. Bntterfield, G. O. Renfrew,
Chicago; R. J. Weston, Cedar Falls;
M. L. Greene, Pittsburg, Pa.; D. C.
Vrlington, Chicago; L.' C. Myer, Dix
on, 111.; L. L. Gillespie. Chicago; M. J,
Burns. C. E. Gordon. New l ork:. I, h.
Hinkson, Cleveland; CnVrles "Spring,
Chicago; C. W. Lape. Mansheld, Ohio;
J. E. Quinn. P. S. Pease. E! J. Wil
liams,, Chicago; A. C. Muligan, Peoria;
L. E. Richards, C. E. Mayer, L. E.
Goodman, New York; Joe 11. Lane,
Wellington. 111.; F. J. Miller, Rock-
ford; C. F. Guschwind. G. P. Graham.
Chicago; L. J. Miles, Lexington. Ky.;
W. B. Bastlan, M. A. St. C lair. Chica
go; D. C. Richards, Milwaukee; A. A.
Wellington, Chicago; J. S. Andrews.
Toledo, Ohio; A. J. 'rom. New York;
J. S. Griffin, Madison, Wis.; C. Marsh
all. Cedar Rapids; D. Hoffmann, Nor
folk, Ya.; George A. Eagle, Mansfield,
Ohio; C. A. Perring. Detroit, Mich.;
L. V. Gamble, Chicago; Helen Har
rington. John M.-rrissey, John Dunn,
A. C. Fillmore, I). C. Morgan, with
"Pride of Jennieo' company.
At the Rock Island (European) J.
R. Pitney, Peoria; W. T. Aidd. P.ush
nell; T. E. Yan Sant. Kansas City;
Ji.hn A. Pehrson, Cambridge; E. I
Dahlberg. Taylor Ridge; W. R. Carey,
Carbon Cliff; L. D. Ellsworth. Harry
Yan Meter, New York; J. W. Mason,
Washington, D. C; B. E. Campbell,
Boston; J. S. Johnson. Topeka;
Charles J. Ferguson. Fergus Falls;
G. A. Martin, Independence, Iowa; Y.
E. Wykander, Kewanee; B. C. Dunlap,
Peoria; John Kinzie, BIcomington; R.
Mackenzie, Chicago; F. W. Sherwood,
Fredona. Kans.; A.F. McMaster, Phil
adelpbia: K. W. Miller. Philadelphia;
F. A. Ewing, Omaha; Rev. E. E. Hor
ton, Biggsvills; C. P. Ros., Mansfield.
Ohio; L. M. Stern, Quincy; Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Let!. Chicago; F.S.New
man. Rochester, N. Y.; O. O. Horg, E.
F. Kelly, W. F. Whaling, Mrs. M. E.
Whaling. Chicago; R. B. Kilgore, St.
Louis; W. O. Jloughton. Galva; G. A.
McCUntock, Wyoming; T. H. Johnson,
Toulon; l'o Johnspn, St. IouU.
Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption it neglected. They can
be toon broken up by using FoJey'a
Honey And Tar. Sold by all CrufgisUj
0UTIBO BOWIEBS LOSE
' " it unfr TOTfun ritrti
Teams representing the Outing club,
pf Davenport, and the Rock Island
Club, met in a match at the alleys of
the club in this city Saturday evening.
Three games were played. Rock Isl
and winning the first and last and Dav
enport the second.- Here is the score:
ROCK ISLAND CLUB.
Johnson 130 168 155 43a
Bahnsen .. 158 15S 129 44.7
Tegeler 172 15S 169 499
Eyster 159 147 141 447
Medill 14S 13S 149 435
767 767 743 2277
DAYENPORT OUTING CLUB.
Beatty 145 ISl 130 456
Decker 109 166 123 39K
Yincent ... 145 138 172 455
Kerker 139 129 147 415
Day 144 1S$ 144 474
682 NU 716 219S
RtaiHla for Sty1 an
rit rthl an
aiwaya lack rlsht.
Boat aifly rough
don't araak aaailjr.
GEO. P. IDE 4 CO.. Makers.
73he WORK OF J5he
J las been
Examination invited. Both phones
1822 Third Avenue.
House in the
We are proud of it. We urc
Im proud of the quality if the
' jroods tve xell and the mtistted
look our customers hae when
they give their order for the
finest Teas and Coffees the world
produces, for they know when
they order the Chase tt Sanborn
brand they are g-ettinjj the best.
That name stand like the
ROCK OF GIBRALTAR.
All the puns of cheap compe
tition in the world would not
force them to tell a poor qual
ity of cither tea or coffee. Buy
them and have the best. Come
in and let us talk Tea and Coffee
1620 SECOND AVENUE.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also manufacturers of Sab, Doors,
Blind and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Floor? n g of Al
Dealers in '
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, relished Plate. .Beveled
Tlate and Art Glass.
Ill AND 323 'EIGHTEENTH STREET,
Off on Winter
Underwear, Caps, Gloves and
all Winter Wearables
Ready Cash! Do You Need It?
Write, Call or Telephone Us.
We viil send :ur confidential ajjent to see you. lie will
explain our terms anil let you know nil about it. If you
are nati?fle:I. we will make you a loan Tor w hatever amount
you require. If you decide otherwise, there'will be no ex
pense to you.
How To Get It Quickly.
and without puhlicily. We take a lien on .your furniture,
piano, horses, wagons or other persona! property for se
curity, but do not remove the property from your poss-es-ion.
Amounts from $10 upwards. We hae a reputation
for fair and Miiare treat ment, and we intend to retain it.
Let s tell you how easy we make it for you to repay a
loan obtained through us.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell & Lynde block, Boom 88. Office honrs 8 a. m. to 6 p.
ro. a-uo tiaturday evenings. Telephone west 1614. New telephone
I Wsrt a CoudK Killer? I
' ' '
Hfvrtz 6 Ullemeyer, Prescription Druggists
If You Need a
We hne a new and very
carefully select e line of
clocks of every descrip
tion. Wc have everything'
from a cheap clock with a
very. loud alarm to wake
up the erwint girl, up to
elegant und aristocratic
clocks that keep time ac
curately, but makes no
noise at all. Come in and
look them over, whether
you want to buy or not.
Opposite Harper House
J. RAMSER, Opposite Harper House.
jrErcade Cigar S tore
m mm Paineys Perfect Pine
See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust atop there. The
bowl can be lifted out and the pije cleaned while Hphted. Hlem can
not clog. Smoke aJJ on like with this pipe; It won't tipet your
nerves or bum your tongue. Made of French briar. You get only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dut when using thi pipe.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
OR BOY AT
a- 7 T
You know when you have h jj
cough you want something that
wdll do good. J
')Jll RKMABLK WJIITB BINE 't
COUGH SYRUP j
Is loaded with white pine bark, J
wild cherry, blood root, s.-issu-
frass, spikenard, et. You know
these ingredients will do the
husineiss. Acts promptly. Gives
'nstant relief. Its u remedy you
can rely on. Children cry for it.
Pleasant tasting. Better tuke it
PRICE 25 and 50c A BOTTLE.
Clock Come to Us.
JOHN P. SEXTON.
Harper House Block.
Rock Island Agent for