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THE AH GITS, MONDAY FEBKUABr 29, 1904.
. THE WEATHER
Threatening weather to
night;Tu esday .partly oloudy;
no decided change in temper
ature. J. M. SIIERIER,
Temperature at 7 a.m. 36;
at 2:30 p. m. 34.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros,
lloney, 10 cents, at Weckel's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company. '
For bus, baggage, express, call Kobb's.
Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
Canned goods must move at Weck
Prunes, 10 poiinJs for 23 cents, at
Potatoes, hO tents per bushel, at
Rock Island cafe and lunch room
open all night.
All niifht Kervice at Rock Island
cafe and lunch room.
Mrs. Martin Iheus has recovered
from a severe illness.
Strictly fresh eggs, 20 cents a dozen,
at Shields cash grocery
Strictly fresh eggs, 20 cents a dozen,
at Shields' cash grocery
Strictly fresh eggs, 20 cents a dozen,
at Shields' cash grocery.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Bock Island Lumber company.
The Ror-k Island house cafe and
lunch room open all night now.
Weston wall teach you to bowl free
of charge. Central bowling alleys.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 283.
Cudahy's beef extract demonstra
tion all this week at Shields' cash gro
cery. Day and night service hereafter at
Hock Island house cafe and lunch
Watch cleaning, guaranteed forone
year, for 7j cents at Young & Mc
Combs. Beginning tonight the Bock Island
hoiif.e cafe and restaurant is to be
open all night.
r ree demonstration of Lutlahv s
Bex brand beef extract at Shields
The first annual ball of the Silent
Knockers" club takes place this even
ing at Turner hall.
Cleanincr, pressing-, repairing and
dyeing at the new Panitorium club,
VJ0O Second avenue.
Try a cup of Cudahv's Bex brand
leef extract at Shields cash grocery
Demonstration all this week.
Mop- in at tehielos cash More aim
get a enp of delicious beef extract
made from Cudahy's Bex brand
When the crispy mornings come
3"ou will be delighted if you have Mrs.
Austin's pancakes for breakfast
Acwcst spring styles of wall paper
arriving daily. Dainty designs from
3 cents up at Young & MeCombs,
All the leading hotels, restaurants
and dining cars serve Mrs. Austin's
pancakes fur breakfast. Much better
Dr. P. F. Purdue, 17'G,J Second ave
Due. Old 'phone at oflice, both 'phones
at residence. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m., and
2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Try steam-dried fertilizer for lawns.
gardens, truck gardens and farms. In
100-pound and ton lots. Twin-City
Bendering company; 'phone west 1403.
Mrs. Pitt Wright, who has many
friends in Rock Island, died yester
day at her home in Orion. She was
one of the prominent women f Hen
William l-aveiiilt'r. formerly physi
cal director of the Y. M. C. A. in this
city and now salesman at Noftsker's
hardware store, has arranged to assist
Secretary .f. S. Freeman at the Moline
Y. M. C. A. evenings. lie will nt gie
up his position here.
Phil (luldner, employed by the Bock
Island Sash & Door works, was a
loser in a fire last week at Frederick,
Kans., the Frederick flouring mills, in
which he and his brother, K. D. Gu!i!
ner, are interested, being destroyed.
The loss was $13,000. with only $l.o0
A team of bowlers from the Bock
Island Club composed of Messrs. Me
dill. Xt ftsker. Rnhnsen. Kyster. and
.Tohnson was defeated in a return
match at the Outing club, in Daven
port, Saturday evening. The score
be the special guests in return" for the
royal manner in which they entertain
ed their Bock Island brethren recent
ly at their third annual convention.
The invitations state, that all loafers
must be initiated. The feature of the
evening is to be a sparring match be
tween a Chicago scrapper and a local
enport: II. W. Cross, Beardstown; Tj
Taylor, "Quincy Adams Sawyer com
pany: V. Tl. Smith. Buffalo. X. Y J.
FfJRARF IN A DIIF! Gibson, Sherrard; E. K. Siebert,
--" "w" New York: Miss Tressa Miller. Peo
ria; F. A. Johnson, Cambridge; C. P.
Walker, Fargo; James La Due, De
troit; James Peterson. Galva; Henry
B. Storms. Kewanee; O. L. Peck. Bock
Island: 'Miss X. Baymond, Warren
Con Ion, J. C. Driseoll. New York; D
Jackson. Mich.. Feb. 29. John C - Barrett, uecatur; m. r.. scnoeaer.
w w . . -- t- r .
Tfnddv nmt hi wife nre dead, slain bv Marseilles; r- r. -worse, cnicago;
" " - I I!" T-.l. T. 1- T.-l?. f -O
each otlier. apparently in a Ssbt at ' "''" """"""I.; V ".;
HUSBAND AND WIFE
Fire Seren Shot at Close Range and
Both Ars Fouad
enjoyed their programs greatly. There ted by Aruold askod for bis w ife. She
PE0F. BOWLBY'S PXJPILS
HAVE A DOUBLE RECITAL
The pupils of Prof. S. T. Bowlbv
- - I ' " ui'.ivui.j ... 5 .... 11- T 11 1. -IT . .
. lui. 1JUlue U4 iilluuJ M Mrg Chambers, Sioux Falls; B
nome cr their teacher, 1228 Second George Arnold. The couple had sep- F p.,.:,,,.;,, Ouincv: John E. Scott
avenue, Saturday, the junior class lnlarateU and the wife liau Bueu.ior a I Lafayette; H. Warnock, Aledo; Begi
the afternoon and the seniors in the divorce, refusing all her husband's ef- na Id Barker. New York; E. L. Dah!-
evening. One hundred friends of the! forts at a reconciliation. He appeared here Taylor Bide
joung ioiks were in attenaance anil flr thp ArnoM home, and when adniit-
GEANDS0N OF GEN. GRANT
St Louis, Feb. 29. Captain Alger
non SartorLs, grandson of General
Ulysses S. Grant, has accepted the
Boman Catholic faith and has been
baptized in the chapel connected with
fet. Louis university by Key. Father
Conway, S. J.
Captain Sartoris was a member of
the Episcopal church. He came. to
fct. Louis about two months ago. He
had been under instructions with a
view- of becoming a Boman Catholic
for some time prior to his coming
here. No other member of his faiuily
is a Kouian Catholic,
THIS STORE WILL CLOSE JIT S:30 EACH EVENING EXCEPT SJiTXTRJiJiY
The March Maga
zines are in, full
of life and beauty
and news of the
Lczrrt a sura II B
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
You ought to see the
handsome new Belts
just placed on sale
in the notion dept.
at very popular
were selections bv the mandolin r-
chestra. piano duets by Blanche Boot
and Buphna Wencke and Barth and
Otille Vcgel, vocal solo by Gertrude
Finklestein and a violin solo by Viola
Brown. Those comprising the junior
class were as follows: Katherine
White, Bessie Johnson, Glen Thomp
son, tranche llinggold, IJessie Mosh
er, j:uth iiuge, tJara Aeitchel, Otille
and Hartley Vogel. Lorena Jacobsen,
Nettie Palmer, Mildred Ffaff, Edna
Maurus, Arlene Ivins, George Miller,
Maud Bisdorf," Florence MeCombs,
Walter anil Frank Young. The senior
class members participating were
Blanche Boot, Buphna Wencke, B. If
Kemper, Sadie Smith, Kate Mintz,
Marjorie . Bohrbach, Leola Brown,
Gertrude Finklestein. Clarence Both
well. Jess-Je Van Arsdale, Gertrude
Briggs. Boy Collins, Julia Melchior,
Ella Wrifjht. Earl Bowlby. John Kel
ler, Margaret Clemann, Charles Mont
gomery, r lorence Looper
heard him, called out that she would
not see him, and ran fromP.he sitting
room up stairs. Iluddy started arter
fcer, brushing aside Arnold, who tried
to stop him.
Seven shots rang out, and dwn the
stairway rolled Iluddy and his wife.
A 2U-cahteT revolver dropped
from the woman's hand as she fell,
And Iluddy still clutched a 32-callber
weapon. Mrs. Iluddy was picked up
dead. A bullet had pierced her brain.
Another had gone through her arm.
Her husband had a hole in his temple.
but was still breathing. He died on the
way to the hospital. The 22-caliber re
volver belonging to Mrs. Iluddy had
three empty chambers and four cart
ridges had been fired from Huddy's
GOV. YATES TO VISIT
NORTH END OF STATE
USES A BOCK AS WEAPON:
ASSAULTED BY A NEGB0 Thpee Dya of Mepry F,ht w,,h
Other Candidates In
William Barklev, 510 Tenth street.
got into an altercation at Third ave
nue and Fourteenth street Saturday
niijht with a ncjrro whom he said was
Henry Terry, the latter hitting- him
ill'of Gabriel IJouck.
Osbkosh, Wis., Feb. 29. The $"00,
000 estate of the late Colonel Gabriel
Bouck will be divided among his rela
tives, and there are no bequests for
charity or public projects. George B.
McC. Hilton, law partner of the de
ceased. Is made the executor, and la
left the law library and office fur-
niture..The executor is charged to
see to it that the colonel's kennel ot
collies receives good care.
2,511 to 2.r,:si. The Hock Island
team won a former game played here.
A delegation of Knights of Colum
bus from the" -councils of the tri-cities
went to lown City yesterday, to asit
in the institution of Marquette coun
cil there. There was a banquet in the
evt-ning- nt Perkley hotel. Congress
man Martin J. Wade was one of the
t-peakers. coming on frMii Washing
ton sju'cially to attend.
Col. .1. L. Lusk has forwarded to
Washington the bit's opened at the
rier engineer's onice for the con
struction of a iowlx-at fir the gov
ernment to Ik employed on the work
in the jurisdiction of the hvcal office.
There were three pro-M aU submitted
as follows: Josiah Bachelder and
David M. Swayne. Stillwater. Minn
1S.500; K. B. Gribble, Pittsburg. Pa.,
f 24.200; M. A. Sweeney Shipyard Foun
dry company, Jackscin ilie. Ind $16.
C0 The Black Hawk Valley dub an
nounces a smoker and athletic enter
tainment at its quarters east of the
Watch Tower thia evening. Member
of the Edgington Loafers club are to
Chicago, Feb. 20. Before leaving
for home Governor Yates stated that
the head with a rock and laying ue woui(i again invade northern Illi
nois in quest of delegates. "And," said
Warden E. J. Murphy, "we expect to
spring bigger surprises on otir oppo
nents in the nest two weeks than any
they have yet had." The govern
or's plans are to spend tomorrow.
Wednesdny.nnd Thursday of this week
la Winnebago county. As Charles S.
Heneen, Frank O. Lowden, and Attor
ney General Hamlin have alo arran;
ed to go there, that will be the main
battlefield. The primaries, under the
Australian ballot system, will be held
The situation fs described a badly
mixed. All reports agree that Govern
or Yates has a large following, but the
supporters of Deneen outnumber those'
of any other candidate. After Winne
bago the governor will spend a few
days in Stephenson and Bock Island
counties and then turn his attention to
the southern end of the state.
open his scalp, in which three stitches
were taken at the ICock island sam
arium. " The police have not been
able to locate Terry.
There were 34 arrests by the police
department in February on thp fol
lowing charges: Assault with a dead
ly weapen, 1; disorderly conduct, IS;
drunk. J; assault an l battery, ;j; va
grancy, 1; larceny. ."; selling mort
gaged property, 1; burglary, 1. Eigh
teen were state and the remainder
city cases. There were 49 ambulance
Will Operate on Ir. Harper.
Chicago, Feb. 29. Drs. Itevan and
Small, who are attending Ir. Harper,
say that there has been no change in
the patient's condition since Friday.
There are no signs of complications
of any sort and the physicians iny
that the operation for appendicitis will
be performed this week.
lie Never Will Be Missed.
Louisville. HI., Feb. 29. Frank
Smith, n notorious young tough.
wounded himself by discharging a
shotgun into his stomach while, being
pursued by Deputy Sheriff Speaks with
warrant for his arrest. He will die.
Important Sale White Goods
PI the face of the greatest advances the
cotton market has ever known, we will
sell the staple and fancy lines of white
goods, while our stock on hand lasts, at the
lowest prices . quoted in years.
Buying direct from the manufacturers and
importing our own lines of foreign white goods,
places us in -a position to save you at least 25 per
cent onlndiaLinons, PersianLa wns, FrenchLa wns
Long Cloths, Nainsooks, Fancy "Waistings, etc.
HAAK CIGAR FACTORY IS
DESTE0YD BY FLAMES
The Great Western Cigar factory.
at 1104 West Seventh street, Daven
port, with contents, was destroyed by
a fire that broke out at 2:30 o'clock
this morning", with' a loss of $60,000.
Insurance of $20,000 was carried.
J tie maze hurned fiercely and sev
eral house's in the neighborhood were
ignited and damaged slightly, the de
partment having a hard struggle to
save surrounding property. The loss
to the factory was mostly in stoc k, as
the builiing was a frame affair. It
wsis owned by Fred llaak. who estab
lished the business in 1871.
AT THE HOTELS
BARRETT'S GROCERY STOBE
IN SEARS BURGLARIZED
Barnett's store in Sears was bur
glarize;! sumruiiy night, 73 cents in
pennies and a small quantity of gro
ceries being taken. I he intruders
had a great amount of stuff piled in
the niu.dle of the floor, and evidently
intended to place it in sacks and cart
fT, but they were frightened away
lefore they had time to consummate
their plans by .lames Conlin. This is
the second burglary that has occur
red this winter, Mr. I.uchman's place
having been entered a short time ago.
Attention Camp 36.
All ineiulters of Independence camp
20, M. W. A., are hereby requested to
meet at Woodmen ball Wednesday at
h a. m. to attend in a body the fu
neral -of our deceased neighbor, Beter
.1. Cosgrove. from St. Joseph's church.
Members of (amps 20, 309 and 15.10
F. B. HAWKS, V. C.
F. A. Graves, Clerk.
At the Harper II. IS. Poole. Chica
go; Ainert Watson, Alt. ernon; 1J.
Farr and wife, Aledo; A. Frost, Chi
cago; .1. 1. Ilonica, t h tea go; A. .1.
Gotham, Lexington; M. H. Dallet,
New York; L. S. Bainy, T. C. Dorman,
M. Stein. IJ. T. Williams. I). J. .i miner,
II. K. Frey, Davenport; K. ('. G rover.
Geneseo; .1. A. Blevsav. Galesbnrg; C.
15. Strickland, lllooinington ; F. E.
Hall, Worcester, Mass.; D." 1. McCar-
hy, Beardstown; N. II. Wiles, New
York; O. B. Shove, Milwaukee; John
Page, Auburn, N. Y.; Alex Gilbraith,
Tanesville, Wis.; H. J. Stengle, New-
York; (J. L. Brokrae, Des Moines;
Mrs. Minnie Heston, May Springs; B.
f. Cable. Bock Island; C. H. Schiertz,
La Crosse; W. S. White. Buffalo; C. T.
Thompson, Boston; H. W. Pinko, Chi
cago; W. K. Alexander, I'nion Pacific
railroad; W. L. Ludolph, Kock Island;
M. Hudleberg. New York; T. A. Van
Allen. Clinton; George Siidlow. Bock
Island; K. M. Smiling. Kansas; F.
IIolni's. E. G. (Vshit, Davenport; M.
T. Dinger. Chicago; Mrs. W. A. De
Van I. Mae Hardin. Peoria: W. T. Stew
art, Keota, Iowa; . inmnpham,
Chicago; J. (i. Gray an 1 wife. Wilton.
Iowa; S. M. Boy. Chicago; J. T. Walk
er, Kansas v ity; r . U . Mnitli, .Min
neapolis; W. Marshall. Kansas City;
E. A. Strauss. St. Louis; C. E. Taylor,
Omaha; G. Steele, New York; M. Wil
liams. W. C. Gallon ay. Aledo; .1. W.
TVtoran Soldier in, Jail.
Menominee, Wis., Feb. 29. Ell
Burns, a veteran of the civil war aged
GO years, is in jail charged with kill
ing Tod Turner, aged 25, by shooting
him with a revolver. The shooting was
the result of a quarrel.
' I)e M of "J I in" Ferry's Widow. :
Evansville, Ind.. Feb. 29. The wid
ow of the late James Ferry, one of the
old-time and most popular passenger
conductor on the Evansville and Torre
Haute railroad, Is dead at Washington.
7c quality, 28-in., at.. 5c
10c quality, 28-in., at.. Sc
1214c quality, 32-ia., at 10c
15c quality, at 12c
18c quality, 32-in., at.. 15c
25c quality, 32-in., at.. 20c
30c quality, 32-in., at.. 25c
40c quality, 32-in., at. .30c
58c quality, at 48c
65c quality, at 58c
75c quality, at ...68c
.88c quality, at 75c
20c and 25c qualities 15c
30c and 34c qualities 25c
38c and 40c qualities 32c
50c and 55c qualities 42c,
Fancy White Waists
At 12J'c, 15c, 16Kc, 18c,
20c, 25c, 28c, 32c, 35c
38c 42c, 50c per yard, i
12 YARD PIECES
Worth 1.35 piece, at 1.10;
per yard, 10c.
Worth 1.60 piece, at 1.38;
per yard, 12c.
Worth 1.90 piece, at 1.68;
per yard, 15c.
Worth 2.10 piece, at 1.85;
per yard, 16Jc.
28c imported Long Cloth,
45-in., at 20c.
35c imported Long Cloth,
45-in., at 25c.
25c quality 32-in., at 18c
33c quality 32-in., at 25c
40c quality 32-in., at 32c
20c quality 32-in., at 15c
25c quality 32-in., at 20c
30c quality 32-in., at 25c
32c imported Nainsook 25c
45c imported Nainsook 35c
25c quality 32-tn., at.. 19c
30c quality 32-in., at.. 25c
38c quality 32-in., at.. 33c
50c quality 32-in., at. .44c
Special Sale Bath Towels
NOW is the time to buy your supply of
Bath Towels. While cotton is way up
we have been fortunate enough to buy a
large quantity of Turkish Towels at very
low prices. We will place these on sale
Monday and while they last, this way
50 doz. extra large, doubl
twisted bleached and un-
50 doz. unbleached fringed
Bath Towels, good size,
1.00 dozen, each 9c
50 doz. bleached fringed
Bath Towels, size 13 to
36, each 10c
25 dozen unbleached hem
med Bath Towels, $1.40
doz. each 12c
25 doz. bleached hem
med Bath Towels, 1.65 doz.
bleached hemmed Bath
Towels, 2.75 doz., each. 25c
Turkish Toweling by the
yard, bleached and un
bleached, all widths, up
from, yard 10c
Wash Rags, 1c, 4c, 5c, 10c
Laundry Bags and Bath
Mats, 47c and 72c each.
The New Spring Suits
for Ladies' arc coming in every day
Pedestrienne Suits of mannish materials, semi-
military coat, jaunty Eton suits of cheviot or of
fancy Scotch tweeds.
Very stylish blouse Eton suits of imported
mixtures made with wide corsage belts and other
new and original suit ideas. You will find many
suit styles here not to be seen elsewhere in this
The Last Week
of Ladies' and Children's Coat and Suit clearing.
We expect to close them about all out this
week and have given prices a final cut to the
CHILDREN'S COATS AT $4.88
reduced from 8.50 and 13.50.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT $3.75
reduced from 5.00, 6.50 and 8.00
CHILDREN'S COATS AT $2.62
reduced from 5.00
Ladies' Ready-to-wear 5ults 4.87
Ladies' 15.00 to 25 00 Suits 8 50
Fur Coats at a reduction of 1-3. 33 1-3 percent off
A FLURRY IN PERCALES
To draw sharp attention to our im
mense assortment of dress percales,
we will place on sale Monday at 9 a.
m. and until sold 1000 yards of best
quality 36-inch percales,, choice dress
styles, mill lengths of 12c quality.
Remember until sold this
lot, a yard
I2c SEERSUCKERS, 10c YD
Another case of those celehrated
Bates seersuckers, in the choicest of
patterns, suitable for shirts, dresses or
waists. These aro perfect goods and
way below value, while they t fif
last, yard 10c, 10c 1 UC
Chicago, Feb. 29 -Following are tbe open
ing, zngneat, lowest ana ciomg quotatiois
la today's marketa:
May, m-ti: 103- m
Sept , i ; 61; b ; 8a.
Mav. B6V: F6V; 55V: f6?i
July &VA- 55 : 53?,; Soli .
May, 45: 4h4 : 44: ua.
July. 42: 42;
Sept., 36; 86; 3ftH;35X.
May. 15 10 1 CO: 14 65: 15 37.
July, 15.90. 16.10 H'J5;15 4-'.
May. 7 f2. 7.05; r.Ki 7 8
July. 8 07; 8 0. 70. 8 05
May, 7.WV 7 91: 1.V7: 7.82
July. V.'.O P.02.7 57. 7 83
Rye, Feb. 77; May 774; flax. N. W. 117; S.
W. ill; May 113; uacey 40t5O. -
irr1if tola: VVD-t 46. com 24 oaU
2 3 now 50.000; cattle 24.000 : sheep ?4uoo.
tfoa market opened 5c lower.
L.sn ttu&5.45: uiixea and butct-
rs. 13 2 r.viiii; good heavy, t5.2jQ?.l35: rougD
Tin- ui.rcei opened stetdy.
Sneep market opened weak, 10c lower,
uiuou aiock yam e:4tt a. m.
Hue market weak.
L nt, 14 80 2 5 45; mlxM d batcher. 5 15
it o gooa neavy, I5,x&k.o; rouga neavy.
d Cattle market steady to 10c lower,
bueep marcel 10c low -.
iauk market closed active and steady.
'sut. vi&i 4b; mUed ana uat;ncri 15 15 1
"Watches receive a great
amount of consideration from
us. "We are continually study
ing relative values and with
our superior buying facilities
present a splendid stock of the
best "Watches made at prices
much below real values.
We call special attention to our
Also the popular Chatelaine
watches, priced from A Cf
20 to -TDJ
$8 MATTRXSSES FOR 4.95
"Wo bought a carload of mat
tresses two months ago before the
big advance caused by the phen
ominal price of cotton ticking and
the saving is from 20 to 40 percent.
To start the business lively wo will
sell 20 elastic felt mattresses, soft
er and more restful and as durable
as a hair mattress, regular QC
8 value, those 20 go at ,.T"D
In this purchase all grades ami
sizes of mattrosHcsa are Included
and it Is an opportunity' to securo
what you want at less than market
GAME OF STRANGERS WAS
FINALLY SEEN THROUGH
It has just come to lirht that two
young men giving their nanios as
Charles Wilde and Frank S. .Ford, and
their home 15urliugtt.il, lown, recent Iv
worked the Kock Island road for $100
on a rake damage ease and were
working on schemes against the Tri
City Kailway company and the Moline
Plow companv when something arous
ed their suspicions that they were un
der watch and thev disappeared. They
claimed to he t ravelin"1 men and were
registered at the Hotel Harms while
executing their plans. Ford obtained
1100 from 1he lock Island road on the
representation that he was struck by
a not cinder thrown rrom an engine
while walking near the tracks in l)av-
It was on an attempt by Wilde to
secure inonev from the street rail
way company that the pair reached
the end of their game. Wilde repre
sented that he had been thrown from
a I'ridge line ear by a premature start
while alighting and that besides hav
ing an expensive overcoat ruined he
was compelled afterward to go to a
hospital -in St. l'aul. He placed the
matter in the hands of a Davenport
attorney. The company had no in
tention, however, of making a settle
ment on the evidence of the two
strangers alone, and forwarded in
quiries to St. l'aul, w here it Was learn
ed that Wilde had never been in the
hoypital as he claimed. vThe long de
lay in negotiating fur a settlement
was apparently what aroused the
suspicions of the pair and they took
their departure just before conclu
sive evidence as to their character
Vht Are They?
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. A new remedy for stomach
troubles, biliousness and constipation,
and a good one. Price. 23 cents. For
sale 1)3' all druggists.
MUTUAL TELEPHONES OF
WHITESIDE ARE JOINED
Representatives of the mutual tele
phone companies of Morrison; Propii
etstovvn. Rock Falls and Tainpico re
cently met and decided to consolidate
the companies under one name. Un
concern to be known as the Wliiteside
County Mutual Telephone company,
and to secure a charter, under which
the business of the ' corporation will
be conducted. The capital stock will
not be larger than the combined cap
ital stock of the three companies, as
they now exist. About a year ago ar
rangements were made by the three
companies whereby each company
could use the other's line1. I'.ut this
proved to be very unsatisfactory, and
the directors were of the opinion that
if the companies were consolidated,
better service could be given; the out
look is now very bright.
All the news
aii the time The
Sylvan Court of Honor, Xo. 301.
nioM enrdiallv invites its meuvbers to
free entertainment Wednesday ev
ening. March 2. in Carse hall.
II. M. M'CASKRIX. Chancellor.
F.milie Lamp. Recorder.
icesc, r-;i.ney, onio; w. r.. ogeisong, cs or - to. Heavy. b 65; roifn h -vy.
Chicago; H. .v. Crady, New York; H. , 16 arkM . , . . , ,
I.lrenad to Wed.
Roy T. Ferguson Orion
Miss Klla M. l.ailey... .Rural township
Charles Robinson .lones Moline
Miss Leanna Terrell Rock Island
Feb. 27. Xelson Sherwood to Kd-
ward Wnugh. tract by metes and
bounds, w i. w S. 16. 3w. $.".00.
Nearly Forfeit Ilia I J re.
A runaway almost ending fatally
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
B. Orner, l ranklin Grove, III. For
four years it defied all doctors and all
remedies. But Bucklcn's Arnica Salve '
At the. Harms (European) W. L.
Johnson, Muscatine; M. .1. Brown. K.
,1. Williams, Chicago; C. A. Baker, J.
C. Kvnns, A. C. Morgan, Xew York;
(J. K. Burgess, S. .1. Kvertts, Chicago;
B. I). Duncan. Philadelphia; E. R.
Thompson, J. B. Warren, Chicago;
Julian X..a. Charles II. Morvll, M. .1.
Clark. .1. A. Wilson, S. A. Sturdow,
Quiney Adams Sawyer" com'pany;
M. E. Balcom. Peoria; A. .T. (living. E.
J. Wilcox. Chicago; L. C. Leucht. Bos
ton; M. C. linker. Muscatine; ti. II.
Winfrey. A. A. Prime, St. Paul; .1. E.
Xaylor. .lobn Hochheimer. Chicago;
C. 1). Loney; T. II. Stark. Xew- York;
M. .1. Rompell. L. L. Copeland. Miss B.
Blake. T. C. Kramer and wife, Chica
go; Y.. ii. Mi.vcer, .ew lorK; iieorge
E. Sherman, Chicago; F. H.' A'an Allen,
X'. E. Wnrde. Clinton: A. W. Martin.
Milwaukee: M. J. Biglovv. Boston; C.
A. Press. Chicago; A. .1. Williams. Chi
cago; v.. l. t rane. ,evv lurk; deorge
mat rs x ov
obeep market c os;d slow.
Mew tork Stooka.
.New Tor, Feb 29 -Tfie following are tl e
.xoalng quotation on the New Tork au' k
Sugar !244,Gas97tf, GR. I.&p.at1', Soutn
eru fon. tA. u. u. o. nS aicouiuu cou-
n"n 6ft4. AtCDlBon ptd C. M St St. P.
138 ii. Manhattan U. copper 46, W. U.
1c Co.r7. U & N llffl. C. A RAg.
common Can. Pacltic 114, Leather, com
mon B. K T. 40?,. Pacittc Mail 25 U.
Steel rti. fC'j.U. S. Steel common 10,
Pcna. 113!. Mo. Pacific 7. Union Pacific
73V. coal ad iron 3i?4. trie common S3,
wa ptd. rf. Car lonrflry ip, c. Si Ci.
W. H. Rep. st ?el ptd Rep steel rom-
-on ... New York central U4'4, Illinois
tAHl&l MARKET COKLIITIOVM
had no trouble to enre hun. Equally I Adams, Al-do; (Jcorge J. Rito, Ouin
pood for burns, bruises, skin erupj-y; R. .1. Miller. J. S. Collier, Cleve
ons and piles. 25 cents, at liartz & 1 land. tJlno; M. .1. Dougherty. X. R
UUemeyer's drug store. WiNcn, A. B. Gamble. M. .1. Maves.
Chicago: C. E. Baeon, Milwaukee: P.
we nave thousand ot testimonials 1 ,1. I raiwiall. lhieag: S. .1. Ellis. Xew
winch prove that appendicitis can-be I York: L. .1. Howe, Peoria; B. L. Crow
prevented uy tlie Ufe or iioiuster I ley. Toledo; ,1. C. Grandville, Xew
Kocwy Mountain lea. wittiout thelork.
knife. 35 cents, tea or tablet form. At the Rock Island European) E.
T. II. Thomas, Pharmacist. IQ. Smith, Rock Island; D. Cole. Dav-
Todaya Qaotattoaa on Prorlalona,
Stock. Fwd ud mL
Rock Island. Feb. Following axe the
quotations on tbe local market:
Hotter Creamery Z3c&23c. dairy 20c
Kf F"reli 25c
L.itc ponitry spring chickens 9c
pound hens 8c per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes, sc.
Cattle Steers 13.50 to in, cows
bd f era 12.00 U S4.09. ealvraia im infltm
Hom Mixed and butchers M 7 to f.i.25
Sneep Vtarlinr or over, u. t00.
Lauids (1.00 u 5 uo
fMd Mt FuL
nrain Corn 48 to kc; ots. 4tc
Forage Timothy kay.W.SO to 110; prairie
ts to 8, straw so. '
Wood Hard, per load tb M.
Coal Lump, per busnel lc sack. per
SUITS, SKIRTS, RAIN
JACKETS AND WAISTS
In the above ready-to-wear garments we
are making an exceptionally Iare display
consisting of every new style, every new
material to be worn this season
BUY NOW. Duii t wnit until tho last v.-f-k that
want the suit. The early buyer rfi-i-'w .', ruu-y n-'.vj.;-tag-es
In making stlt-rtions, an the rii.ortm.--.:t ' : -lals
and styles larger. Then you an ? ',-.
time In trying ;. the different kij!;-s. iri'ic? :. ;
the arrival of our t-'jring Kuit:;, J-kirts. II iiu Y..-i:, J
ets and Waists, . have had an utiu.su. illy larro O.i-iu '.
tor them. Some people bought them, ;ther rr.j.df
rmall payment In ordf-r to secure thp garment of their
choice until they're ready to call for it. WHY DON'T
YOU DO THIS?
NEW CHIFFON, SILK AND STRAW
HATS ON DISPLAY IN OUR MILLI
NERY DEPARTMENT. ......
The Bee Hive
Shirt Waists at Half Price
114-116 West Second Street
Sale Only Lasts About 10 Days More