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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL. 7, 1904
Showers and probably thun
derstorms tonight, followed
by clearing weather Friday;
J. il. SIIEKIER,
Temperature at 7 a. m. 43;
at 2:30 p. m. 63.
Tires at Hynes.
Bicycles at Hv ties'.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Lage-AVaters for shoes.
Lage-Waters for shoes.
Lage-Waters for shoes.
Lage-Waters for shoes.
Bring your wheel to Hynes.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Beidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Kerler Bros., your carj.et cleaners.
For bus, baggage, express, call Eobb's.
Spencer & Trefz for "bus or express.
Fresh fish at Hess Bros, tomorrow.
I-resh fish at Schroedcrs tomorrow
SI. 40 for $2 ladies' shf.es at Adams'
The spring-handle broom at Wilch
er's. for $.' shoes for ladies at Adams'
ladics shoes at Adams'
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Hate a coaster brake put on at
a ins' sale.
.::.." hn'ies shoes at Ad
men's oxfords at Ad-
ladies shoes at
A a in.-. sale.
Nasturtium and morning glory scoi
at Iless Bros.
ii & (iaiilcy
l is & 'a ii ley'
l"i cents a doen !it Har
iri cents a doen at Ilar-
1.1 cents a dozen at liar-
lis V 5a ii ley's.
oe company, 1703
l.2.- for $2 misse
hoes at Adam.-
elosing out sale.
online Kentucky blue grass seed
at Passig Urns'.
!o to I.age-Waters
bargains in shoes.
ev stvles ill ladie.-.
Waters sh store.
-hoe store for
All kinds of onion
-ets. sweet pea
Men's Hosiery at
13c for a lot of
Boys' Shirt Waists
worth up to $1.00 each.
29c for Men's 50c
$1.00 for one lot of
Boys' $2 Shoes
sizes 2 to 45.
For Tomorrow Only.
None to peddlers or merchants
and nasturtium seed, special sale Fri
day, at Young St McCombs. -
Early Ohio and Early Rose seed po
tatoes at Hess Bros.
Two packages of garden seeds for
5 cents at I'a.-sig Bros.
Carpet cleaners. Bock Island Bug
company, both 'phones.
Get 'vour men's oxfords at Adams'
sale and save big mone3".
Attend the advance oxford sale at
Lage-Waters" shoe store.
Fancv strawberries, the finest of
the season, at Hess Bros".
Sweet eas in bulk, mixed and sep
arate colors, at Hess Bros.
Choice sweet pea and nasturtium
seed in bulk at Passig Bros.
Bemember Passig Bros, have a fresh
supply of bulk garden seeds.
Great sweeping reductions in chil
dren's shoes at Adams, sale.
A full line of fresh fruits and veg
etables at Harris & Gauley's.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T,
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 233
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dveimr. New Pantitorium club, 11)09
Attend the concert of the Bock Isl
and Maennerchor Saturday evening at
Turner hall. Admission, 23 cents.
Friday only, mixed lawn grass ami
Kentucky blue grass seed, 10 cent
per pound, at Young : McCombs.
Not " cents, but 2 cents per pack
age for Northrup, King & Co.'s tested
garden seeds at Young & McCombs
Attend the dance given bv the South
Bock Island Woodmen Saturday even
inir, April 9. Gents, ."0 cents, ladies
Local order, No. 310, of the Interna
tioual Brotherhood of Teamsters, will
irive a dance at Armory hall this ev
W. A. Martindale, horseshoer, at
Forty-second street and Fifth avenue.
does tirst class Horse cupping ny elec
Dr. P. F. Purdue. lTlG. Second avc
nue. Old 'phone at oPioe, both 'phones
at resilience. Hours. 0 to 12 a. in., and
2 to .1 and 7 i o H p. m.
( oiirt of Honor No. .Jl will give a
dance April s at Armory hall. Mu-i
by IWeiicr's orchestra. Gents, 2."
cents: ladies, 13 cents.
Albert Kllings wort h and Miss I'au-
line I'uukcniitc. of Gcncseo. were mar
ried bv .luMice W. F. Schroeder at
his otlice rstcrdav afternoon.
Call on Druckinillor for estimates
on house painting. Prices most rea
sonable and all work guaranteed.
'Phono .V'.'.ir.; 1107 Fifth avenue.
Trv steam-dried fertilizer for law ns.
gardens, truck gardens and farms. In
O O O O G O
a, 1 s
100-pound and ton lots. Iwin-City
Rendering company, phone west 140.1.
Don't waste time and labor plant
ing garden seeds you don't know.
when you can get Northrup, King &
Co.'s' tested seeds at 2 cents per pack
age at Young Ac McCombs.
Burning grass set tire to a fence on
the premises of .1. Silas Leas on Elm
street yesterday afternoon at
o'clock and resulted in a call for the
department. Nominal damage.
This is the season when good house
keepers delight in shining things up
I have something new in the metal
and furniture polish line that's a win
ner. Drop me a postal and I will call
Skip Bay, HUM First avenue.
Principal Wells, of the Davenport
chools, will read a paper on "Second
arv Education m the l inteu Males
it Cable hall. Angustana college,, this
eoning. 1 lie Contemporary ciuiiwiu
be the guests of the college at the
I' rank liogers, cmploveil in tlie car
penter shop at Hock Island arsenal
was struck in the abdomen by a liv
ing board while at work yesterday af
ternoon, and was brought to his home.
1411 Thirty-second street, in the am
May Russell, a Bucktown belle, while
laboring under a heavy load of booze,
made for the river on the Davenport
ide at 2 o'clock this morning, and
prohahiy would liave gotten wet nut
for the- presence of a policeman. She
was given 10 .lavs for vagrancy.
William Brandt was arrested yes
terday afternoon by Officer Carnes on
a warrant sworn out by Cora Ham
mond, charging him with being the
father of her child born the day prior.
Brandt was sent to jail in default of
$300 bonds. Hearing of the case was
continued two weeks bv Magistrate
I'cal lodge. No. G0S, and Hock Isl
and lodge. No. IS, I. O. O. K.. are to
have a public joint installation of
their onioers-elect at Odd Fellows
hall this evening. Imitations have
been issued to a number of friends of
the members. Dancing is to follow
the lodge ceremonies.
Henry .1. Paridon has sold his South
Heights residence to W. H. Kceley of
the Woodmen oflioe. William Fnrgie, ,
.20 1 li n t -n .1) t Ii street, has sold his
home to Gustav Hudalicr of South
Heillhts. and .1. I., .lohns. SCO Twelfth
nenne. has sold his place to .lacob
l.oreneii of the Eaglo bakery. H. K.
Walker effected the s-ales.
Mrs. W. F. Bradley pleasantly en
tertained last owning at her home.
2.V;0 Seventh avenue, the members of
the choir if St. .Tohn's Methodist
church. Davenport, cf which she is
director. The diversions of the own
ing were Hindi and music. There
were .s. in ttie company, which includ
ed several of Mrs. Bradlev's Kock Isl-
ind musical friends.
A company of friends surprised Miss
D rothy Hierscinann last evening at
th home of her sister. Mrs. F. W.
Kant. 1312 Fourth avenue, in honor
f her 13th birthday anniversary.
Miss Hierseinann was presented a
handsome gold monogram ring. The
owning w as devoted to games and mu
sic, and refreshments wore served.
The lecture on "Dress by Mine.
Gladys Mortimer at Odd Fellows hall
yesterday afternoon should have been
heard 1 v more of the ladies of Bock
Island. It was a treat such as they
haw few opportunities of onioving.
Many ideas aluable to the composi
tion and building of the dress wore
advanced ami suggestions given that
will prow highly instructive to those
present in future. Mme. Mortimer is
lecturing this afternoon at Library
hall in Dawnport.
The card party giwn at OJd Fel
lows hall last owning by Island Citv
hive of the Modern Ma-calees was
largely attended by the members and
l heir ladies. There were 2S tables..
Mrs. Schroder won the first and Miss
Beale the second and Mrs. C. A. Darl
N T m O D U C S N
Our label "yorKshire" stands for the highest grade "ready to
tvear" clothing that can be made. Fit and workmanship are perfect
as the most skilled labor can produce.
Made to measure, or ready to wear just as you want it. In either case
the most perfect fitting clothes you ever saw. For your spring suit try
ing the third ladies' prizes, and B. A
Glove first, George Simpson second
and Bay Ague the men's consolation
prizes. Refreshments were served at
the conclusion of the card playing.
The Court of Honor, a fraternal in
surance society in which the late W.
P. Quayle, of this city, held a policy
for $'.(MH). has Hied m the circuit
court hero a bill of interpleader, ask
ing the court, in order to avoid possi
ble litigation, to determine to whom
the insurance should be paid, as the
certificate simply reads, "To my wife
or children." Mrs. Kate Oiayle, the
widow, has filed proofs of death and
applied for the payment of the policy.
Mrs. C. E. Nicholas, L".07 Seventh
avenue, was hostess at a surprise par
ty last evening, the guests being mem
bers 4 f the ladies" auxiliary to tin
Order of Kailwav Conductors and
their husbands, in token of the ap
preciation of the services of Mrs.
Nicholas as president of the organiza
tion during the last three years she
was presented with a handsome cut
glass water set. Mrs. Castor fittingly
voicing the sentiments of the givers
At cards Mrs. .f. Shuey captured the
first prize for ladies and Mrs. C. M
Frew the consolation. The trophies
for gentlemen fell to C. E. Nicholas
and .1. F. Bhude. Refreshments wort
WAEBERS STORY IS DENIED
Glilragn t'nl it Irian Say They Know of No
rami ii lent Naturalization IIu
rcati in That State.
Chicago. April 7. Clork3 and offi
cials of the courts when; naturaliza
tion papers arc Issued deny knowledge
of any such wholesale naturalization
of Italians as described by Arnoldo
Wao-ber, who has been arrested in New
York. Waeber stated that he was one
of 100 men who were naturalized ille
gally on the promise that thej- would
vote against Carter Harrison for may
or. Alderman Michael Konnn, of the
First ward, whore the naturalization
Is said to have taken place, said: "It
would be no use for the Democrats to
try such a naturalization game, be
cause the Italians nearly always vote
the Republican ticket. I never heard
r-f the story before, but it was too poor
politics for the Democrats of this ward
to do." Joseph Blazi. the Republican
leader of th First ward Italians, de
nied the story emphatically.
Steamboat Inspectors Knapp and
Carey from DuI.iiijih yesterday gave
the packet Helen Blair a thorough
g ing over while it laj' at the Daven
port levee. The boat was found in
the best of condition.
The Winona was in ami out.
Tlie stage of water was 7.1H) all day.
RIVER FO RFC A ST.
Only very slight changes in the Mis
sissippi will occur at Io Claire and
Dang'r Height Ch'nge
Line S a. m. "4 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul It S.4 7.9
Bed Wing H ... ...
Reel's Landing ... 12 5.3 0.U'
La Crosse v. 7.2 -0.3
Prairie du Chien... IS 7.3 0.1
Dubuque ! 8.0 -O.l
Le Claire in 5.1 -0.1
Davenport 13 7. 'J -0.."5
Ies Moines Rapids .. 5.4 -O.l
Keokuk 13 9.0 -0.4
St. Louis :mi -0.7
Kansas City 21 9.8 0.1
ftalooo "oti .
George C.Witfs saloon, Twenty-third
street and Fourth avenue. Lunch Sat
Pimples, sores, bad breath, head
ache, indigest ion and constipation posi-
tiwly enrol wi'h Hollor-ter's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Now's the time to
cleanse jour system of all impurities.
35 cents. T. II. Thomas, pharmacist.
M O SB N
CHANGES AT TEE HARPER
AND ROCK ISLAND HOUSES
Notable alterations have been made
in the interior of the Harper house
embracing a complete change in the
scheme of decoration in the parlors
private dining rooms, hallways am
guest rooms, the repolishing of all
the furnishings, uew hardwood floor
ing for the bath rooms and a corruga
ted iron ceiling for the toilet room
off the main otlice. Painters and dot
orators have been at work at the ho
tel for weeks and are just about fin
ished with the contract, which ha:
entailed the expenditure of quite :
sum of money by the management
Messrs. Montrose anil Mclliigh.
The Rock Island house, under the
same management, is receiving at ten
lion, also, and when 1h changes un
der wav there are done with tin
guest accommodations will be in
crensed 20 rooms. The Second awuix
trout on the second tioor, where was
located the' dining room previous to
the adoption i f the European plan, h
being converted into rooms, of which
there will be 13. The other live are
To i.e on the loiirtn tioor m tlie sec
tion heretofore given over to the use
ol the employes of the house. I hey
will be oared for in another part of
the hotel, where uceommodat ions are
to be provided for them.
ROCKEFELLER GIVES 8500,000
TO JOHN HOPKINS HOSPITAL
Baltimore. April 7. John D. Rocke
feller has given to tho John Hopkins
hospital the sum of $."i(i0.000. and the
amount has been acceptctl by the board
of trustees of that Institution. The
income of the hospit.nl was. serious
ly affected by the destruction of many
houses belonging to it in the recent
tire, upon which there was Inadequjto
NOSE BLEEDING BRINGS
PERIL TO JUDGE MAGRUDER
Springfield. 111.'. April 7. Judge D
II. Magruder. of Chien go, member of
the state supremo epurt. was attacked
with a hemorrhage of the nose and it
was feared ho would die before medi
cal assistance reached him. He was
In his room In the capitol building, but
succeeded in attracting his colleagues,
who summoned phjlsclans, who
stopped the flow.
BURLINGTON BRIDGE OVER
PLATTE PARTLY BURNED
Omaha, Aprii 7. Tlrrc hundred feet
of the Burlington bridge-, which span9
the Platte rivur between Grand Isl
and and Phillip, has been destroyed
by fire. The bridge Is, nearly a mile
long and its destruction will require
the Burlington to detour all Its trains
over the I'nion Pacific bridge at Ccn
tral City for the present.
EERRICK WANTS TO KNOW WHY
It Yb That Hip Sprlncfield Companle of
I lie . IN. ;. No Uuty I.ur
ItiiC ! IIIt-
Coliinibus, O.. Airil 7. By direction
of Governor Hcrrick a military lxrd
has been apiointed to Inquire into th
conduct of the Springfield companies of
the Ohio National Ouard during the
reTiit riot and lynching In that Hty.
The ltoard is coinjrsed of Brigadier
Oeiiera! J. C. Sp aks; Colon1! Edward
Vol rath, of the Eighth infantry, and
Colonel Charles F. I lake, of the First
During the recent trouble at Spring
field C'Uqmny A. of the Ninth battal
ion (colored 1. and c-ompanics B and E.
Third Infantry, of that city, were held
at the armory. All the guard duty was
perform"! by outside companies.
"I have used ( 'ha mlwrlain's Stomach
ami Liver Tablets with satisfactory
results." says Mrs. F. L. Phelps, Hou
ston, Texas. For im!i;e.tin. bilious
ness :im! constipation those tablets are
most excellent. Sold by all druggitt.
r II 1 1 L. 1 1 111 UJJUi
?. 23 years of successful experience
vate Diseases of both sexes. Eleven years permanent I v locati
Davenport, where he has cured
eases pronounced incurable bv
WALSH is the Best and Most Successful Specialist in the Tri-Citics.
Dr. Walsh Cures
. Nervous Debility.
Sleepiessness, Stricture, Weakness
Delusions. Catarrh. Pvsdcusjj
Scrofula, Piles, and Kidney Diseases. I
V suffering from Nervous Exhaustion, Headache, Ba
V tion. Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or any o
liar to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get 1
liar to 1 tie sex, snoiuu consult, ur.
vast experience. 1
BF.M EM IiF.IL IT PAYS TO CONSULT THE BEST FIRST. If
J Vibration &nd Electricity.
20 years' experience has made Dr. Walsh a master of these methods J
JU of curing chronic diseases. He uses all forms of Electricity, including
i Faradism. (ialvinism, Cataphoresis, Sinusoidal, Static and High Fre- !
J quciicy Currents. J
JL Varicocele X
is n frequent cause of nervous and physical decline. Why treat months .J.
with others when we can positively cure you in from one to three'
l treatments? '
Only curable cases taken. If
cured by mail.
HOURS: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7
Tli? . TT WAT.H oft.ee, Mccuiiough
-r v- Bldg., 124 W. 3d St
p. J. le:e.
UUIIUUU I MIL UUV I I i
in curing Chronic, Nervous and Pri-
I 111! Ill-
a ted in ?
lat DR. I
thousand of cases of Chroni
others, pr-ovos conclusively flu
DR. J. E. WALSH.
When Others FaJl.
of Men, Failing Memory, Mental
Asthma. Bronchitis. Blood Diseases. I
vvaisn aim get tne uenciit, en jus
3011 cannot call, write. Hundreds '
to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. f
are absent when
foregather and discuss
of our clarets, sauternes, Biirgun- 5
dies and f.thcr wines to say noth
ing of our liquors and cordials.
Made to suit and sold to suit.
There isn't a single sign of discon
tent wrapped about a bottle leav
ing this place.
Market Square. 2j
of the latest and most artistic
designs will enable you to se
lect just what you want from
our stock of
If you wunt a Dado for the
hall, we have rich patterns in
both light and dark shades.
Tile papers for the bath room
and kitchen. Call and M-e our
stock before purchasing your
spring papers. Also have a full
line of Paints, Oils, Olass, Brush
es, Mouldings, etc.
142-I431 Kwonl Arrno.
OptMMMt Court Houm-