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T1E AUGUS, THURSDAY, 31 AY
TKe Truth Of
III otht r words, "time tells." Other cash jrroeory stores
li.iiv come ;m! oiif. but the l'iin'i-r Cash fJrocery is still
.'if il and i becoming mor and m iinlur every day,
;iih! ilomc ih m. fur oust outers have found by eierioiicc
t f j t ;i I I ' :i r has wuii'ii'i f nl I. in inr 'it here it fjoos
farther than il iim-iI to wl.cn tradinL' was (!nic at some
other sti :re. There.- a reason f r it. Think it over.
4 pounds washing povvde-r, P
per packairr IUl
Sapolio. s.e; two r
7 jks. Wliiti Line wash- nr
i n ur powder b wu
Star tobacco, per M n
Se-rap tobacco, per nr
Smoking tobacco, nj
J)T pOIIIld CmLmKj
4 to .'(l fancy prunes, np
':, pounds for kuu
Dried M-ai-li'-s, fancy, 1f
per pound I UC
St net ly fre-sh !?,', 1Kr
per do-n I wu
Ml pounds best pranu- ft fl
Jatcd sugar IUU
Yeast foam, per Qr
I'nceda biscuit, pT QQn
doi'ii packages Oi0
(Quaker or Mother oats, nr
packages for bwu
I'.akiiifr sda, per r
pound package WU
Cold water starch, r-
per paekaire OC
10c Ivory soap.se; Fr
two for IOC
Fruits and Vegetables of All
Kinds Fresh Every Day.
Jo To Shields
Pioneer Cash Grocer.
Tin: stoki: w rnr a i;Lri tatiox I'liund it."
New 'Phone 5217. Old 'Phone 1217
The greatest that
We offer 100 fine
all-wool suits tor
$12 that cannot be
where for less
ready to save
$3 on a Suit,
if so this is your
:ROCK ISLAND IUL
PULLED FROM BOAT
E. A. Hunt, Clam Digger, is
Drowned in Mississippi at
HOOK CATCHES IN HIS SHIRT
Body Is KecoTt-red Three Miles Be
low Village Cproner
I-'. A. Hunt, a clam ditrer. perishtd
in tin- Mississippi near tiie vi'laire of
Cordova at s o'clock this morning-, his
sliirt catching" on a claw of a drag
that he was in the act of throwing
from the boat, and pulling Iiim over
board into tiie water.
In lisiiini f:.r dams a heavy iron
rod is employed in most cases. To
this arc attaelied by means if lines a
number of hooks. The rod serves as
a sinker ami is held to the boat occu
pied by the operator by a strong rope.
Hunt had started out on his day's
work. Shortly after the drowning- the
empty boat was e!i.-e-ov ereil in the
rind Hotly Thr Mil. llt-low Village.
Di ai'rii!if for the body was begun
and at 11 o'clock it was recovered,
three miles be'.cw the villatrc. Hunt
lived in (Y-rdova. He was ." years of
age and is survived bv his wife.
Coront-r L. V. I'ckhart was notiKed
by telepho ,f the drowning :md I ft
this afternoon for Cordova to conduct
MARTIN H. DANIELSON AND
MISS TOWNSEND MARRIED
Martin II. Danielson and Mi.-s Maynie
I. Townseul, both of this city, were
married yesterday morning- at 11
at th- rectory of St. Tanl's l.utherail
clmrch. Ilavcnport. Kcv. W. II. IMan-ke
dliciating. Mr. Iani-l.-ori returned a
few months ago from the Philippines,
where In- was with the I'nited States
army. He had .-erved two terms of
enlistment, going to the front at the
outbreak of the Spanish-American
The couple had planned to make
their wedding a surprise, but word
reached, this side of the river before
they did. and in the evening they were
themselves given a surprise by a large
party of relatives and friends at the
home of the parents of the bride. Mr.
and Mrs. (Jeorge Townsen 1. I'ifth-and-a-half
avenue. Mr. Har.ielson is
now employed at Ifock Island arsenal.
He and his bride will shortly begin
housekeeping at .11 Twenty-second
LEADING LADY TAKEN SICK:
AUDIENCE IS DISMISSED
Miss Kuby I'otuour. leading lady f
the Flora )eos company, which
plavcd a three-night engagement at
(he Illinois, was taken desperately ill
last evtniiig. necessitating- the aban
doning tif the perf ' iiua nee. Admission
money was refunded to the audience.
Mi.s Kotnour is only 1 years of age.
She has been working eMremely hard
for one of her years, ami when it came
lime for her to go on to play her part
last evening she collapsed ami was !
lirious for a time. The company left
the city over the Milwaukee this
ROD AND PHOENIX ARE TO
MEET TOMORROW NIGHT
Considerable interest has been arous
ed in the sporting1 fraternity of the
tri-cities in the go tomorrow evening
at Kock Island Turner hall between
Kid I'od. of this city, and l'ufiis
I'hoenix, the Moline colored boy.
While I'hoenix is the more experienc
ed tighter. Hod's friends are confident
that he can get the decision, and are:
backing him strong. Several interest
ing preliminaries have been arranged.
The main event is to begin promptly
at 1" o'clock.
DR. DE SILVA DELEGATE TO
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
Dr. Joseph De Silva. of this city, to
day received from (Jov. Kit-hard Vales
a commission as one of the delegates
from Illinois to the national good
roads convention to he h'dil at St.
Ivoiiis from Ma Hi to l'I.
Imm-ritlc County Cnmmittr Mretlng
A meeting of the democratic county
committee of KtK-k Island county i
hereby called at the Hock Island
house in the city of Kock Island,
Thursday. May 12. at 2 p. m.. to fix
the time and place of holding the dem
ocratic county convention, and like
wise to arrange for the primaries to
select delegates to such county con
vention. .IOHX 1 SKXTOX,
Kock Island, April M lOOi.
Additional Saloon Llifnun.
Additional saloon licenses: Henry
lo-islcr. lvo lie Keyscr (two). William
(iottseh. H. II. Iloerring. .h hn John
son. John Schwack. Charles Zeis. Hen
ry Kale. John Meyer. W. J. McClus
key. IVWitte .V ISaele. ICoU-rt Shan
non. Joseph I'arker. Fred I)e Waele,
Myron I.nkens. I .on is Schroe;!er. I.oui:.
Mier. Olio Tatting. CuIkk ter A Dc
Wolf. Albert Owen. Ceorge Weinber
ger. Charles Johnson. Charles McIIugh
A body bui'der. strength producer,
checks fnd repairs wasted tissues, in
vigorates the stomach, kidneys and
liver. Th it's what Jloilister's Kocky
Mountain Tea does. cents, tea or
tablets. For sale by T. II. Thomas,
f.1R. ATVVOOD IS DEAD:
ILL FOR ONE WEEK
Dad Served for Years as Masseur at
Kock Island Sanitarium.
I!yr n At woo I died at 11 o'clock
this morning at his home, luli Seven
teenth street, after an illness of one
week .f pneumonia. It was his sec
ond siege, a former attack having left
his lung's in such a weakened condi
tion that he was not able to survive
the one that resulted in his death. Mr.
At wood, who was a graduate in medi
cine, came to the city years ago to
become masseur at the Kock Island
sanitarium, with which he cintinued
to"l-e identitied until last October,
when he resigned to return to his
trade, that of ha rnossinaker. at which
he worked in former years. He was
employed at Kock isjand arsenal. Mr.
Atwood wa a man of charming at
tainments, and had a wide circ le of
friends who will be grieved to learn
of his passing. He was .17 years ol
age. He is survived by his wife.
The funeral of F.dward (ireim took
place ;it !::; yesterday afternoon
from his late home. '.'-4 Nineteenth av
enue. Moline. where service was said
by Kev. 1'rnest Mennicke, after which
the body was conveyed to the (ierman
Lutheran church in this city, where
services were cond'ueted by Kev. C. A.
Mennicke. lhirial was in the (ierman
Lutheran cemetery in South Kock Isl
and. IVter Schinitt. of Oskaloosa.
Iowa, a brother-in-law of dec-cased, at
tended the funeral.
NO CHANGE IN THE COURT
William Jackson, chairman of the
committee delegated by the Kock Isl-c-ounty
bar to wait upon the judges of
the Fourteenth judicial circuit and re
quest that II. D. r.lakemore be made
the resident reporter for the circuit
court in this county, is in receipt of
an answer signed by Judges F. 1).
Kamsay and V.. C. (i raves, who held a
meeting in lln- city last night in ref
erence to the matter.
The answer is in effect that the two
judges, in justice to their own re
porters, find they can not make any
change; in other words, when cither
holds court in Kock Island county he
will be accompanied by his own re
porter. Mr. Klakemore continues a.s reporter
f r Judge (lest when he is on the
bench in this circuit, of which he re
mains a member, although a great
portion of his time will be occupied
with his new work as member of the
NOT RIGHT GOODS
GOLLMAR BROS. ADD HEW
FEATURES TO THEIR SHOW
Collmar I'ros. have added many new
features to their big railroad show,
which gives t v o exhibitions here Mon
day. May One of them is John Willi-,
a somersault rider. The feat of
turning a somersault on the back of
a galloping In is". r even while t lie
animal is walking, is a dillicult thing
to accomplish, ti 1 riders practice
from four to five y;-ars before they
arc considered worthy of a public ap
pearance. John W illis, the great, som
ersault rider, is proficient in this call
ing and appears daily with tlollmar
Ilros. big railroad shows and gigantic
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Donahue are vis
iting in Chicago.
Mrs. Charles Coody knout, of Chi
cago, is visiting in the city.
Mrs. T. J. I !u ford left last night for
Fort Leavenworth, where she goes to
visit her daughter. Mrs. J. Franklin
Al 1. A. :. Anderson and (. 1. Olson,
the assistant postmaster, are in ('ales-burg-
attending the conference of Au
gusta na synod.
Kx-Senator and Mrs. William Payne
and Mrs. Wilson were passengers
from the south, arriving on the steam
er St. Paul last evening.' They spent
the winter at- Hot Springs. Ark.
PRINCE HAS NO RIVAL TOR
CONGRESS IN THE 15TH
Ouinov will be the place of tneelinir
of the republic.-! id e n v en t ion for tiie
Fifteenth district tomorrow, (ieorge
W. I'lince. who formerly represented
the local constituency, is the member
of ri tigress from the Fifteenth, and
expects to be renominated, as there
has not developed any opposition so
Foley fc Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Folej-'s Hon
ey and Tar many imitatious are offer
ed for the penuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any snl
Ptitute offered, a.s no other prepara
tion will give the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is f-afet for children and
Railroad Men. Attention.
AM railroad iim u art. invited to be
present at a meeting at Kngineers
hall, foot of Thirtieth street, in Key
nolds, block, at s o'oh ok Saturday
night. A subject of interest to rail
road men will he discussed. No ad
Tri-City Regalia Company Says
in Answering Suit of a
WORK ORDERED IS RETURNED
And defendant Bring Counter
Claim for Damages or
In the circuit court this morning
trial before a jury was begun of the
suit of Wc olley - Co.. Chicago, against
the Tri-City Kegalia company for the
recovery of S'-'OO. a bill for cloth.
The defense is that the cloth was of
an inferior grade, and that the 15
suits that were made up from it were
returned, to the regalia company by
the patrons for whom the orders were
A counter claim is brought for .!.
0M, the defendant alleging that its
standing with its trade has been dam
aged in that amount by reason of put
ting on the market the poor clothing
made from the goods supplied by the
plaintiff. Searle A- Marshall appear
for Woolloy A- Co. and 11. M. Mc( ask-i-i
il for the defendant.
Give Bonds on Indictment.
l'hil Sosn:i and Isaac Myers, against
whom indictments were returned for
receiving- stolon property, entered into
recognizance this morning, and each
furnished 1.I f.r an j'ppearanee
when wanted for trial. They are ac
cused of buying the property stolen
by Albert Kasonbcrg, who was in
dicted for larceny.
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness. Sold by all druggists.
SWEDISH LUTHERANS AT
The ,'Cn l annual mooting of the' Il
linois conference, Lutheran Augus
tana synod, comprising the Swedish
Lutheran churches of Illinois. Wiscon
sin, Michigan and Indiana, is being
held at ( !a les burg, opening yesterday
with a mooting of pastors. The' Swed
ish Lutheran pastors of Chicago are
wcdl represented. The leading ad
dresses were- by Key. August Johnson,
of Monmouth, and Key. V. Setterdahl.
of Andover. Last night wore hold for
mal exercises, comprising a greeting
by Kev. IVter I'ctorson. of (inlosburg.
and the annual sermon by Kev. C. A.
Ilomborg. preside nl of the conference.
All parts of the conference district
are represented. The conference will
last all we-ek.
Otlioers were elected today a.s fol
lows: President C. A. Ilomborg. Moline.
Vice President F. A. Under, Peo
ria. Secretary- Alfred Apped, Peoria.
Treasurer 11. V. Ilolmgrain, Kock
AGED WOMAN IS ADJUDOED
INSANE BY A COMMISSION
Mrs. Ann MoKeovcr. ' years of age.
a patient ut St. Anthony's hospital,
was adjudged insane last evening by
Mrs. li. (i. Craig. Sr.. and N. M. Moore,
appointed as a commission by Judge
K. F. Parinenler, of the county court.
Mrs. McKce-ver's aberration is attrib
uted to excessive use1 of stimulants.
She is in feeble health and was com
mitted to the care of the hospital un
til her condition is such a.s to permit
of her removal to the Watertown asy
lum. There is not room for her at the
latter institution at present, anyway,
Kock Island's cpiot a having been pass
ed. I'ntil a death or discharge of one
of the patients sent from this county
no one else will be taken from hero.
TRI-CITY MEET AT NINTH
STREET GROUNDS MAY 28
Keprescutat ives of the high, schools
of Kock Island, Davenport and Moline
met here last evening and decided to
hold, a tri-eity track meet May 2S at
the Ninth street track. It was also
agreed to raise money to buy a cup to
be presented to the- winners of the
May I. F. W. Could, trustee, to
Nols A. Kose. lots 14 and 15, Mineral
Spring Park. $4'..".
JL K. Curtis to Louis Moscnfeldcr,
part nw' j -. 1", $t.7."n.
John T. Hass to W. F. Myers, e
feet lot VJ. bloe k I, Old Town of Coal
W. F. Myers, e 2.", feet lot L' and lot
except e lo feet, w 10 foot lot ; and
e f.1 feet lot VI, block 1. Old Town of
Coal Valley. ?1.
Mary L. Chadwiek to K. C. Ilenline,
lots :!. !:, and n 2-:? lot 4, block 9,
Han Kane was fined .10 for disor
derly conduct. The fine was susond
ed on promise of good behavior in fu
ture. Dan created a disturbance at
his home last evening.
Thomas Johnson contributed $10.
He w as disorderly.
Peter "Mcllaley. Mary Anderson and
Clara Miller ffi-ri1 fined f" o-ieh for
fast driving. They were arretted on
Second avenue last evening- by Capt.
Charles Haglund was assessed -lO
on u charge of disorderly conduct.
Made Voanc A rain.
'One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
each night for two weeks has put toe
in my 'teens again." writes I). Jf. Tur
ner, of Demp-eytown, I'a. They're the
lcst in the world for liver, stomach
and bowels. Purely vegetable. Never
gripe. Only 25 cents, at Ilartz & Ulle
uieyer's dru store.
With a mammoth stock of
Furniture and Carpets,
complete in every detail,
we are best prepared for
your spring business. Give
us an opportunity of show
ing you the finest Furniture
and Carpet stock west of
Chicago. It will be a mutual
pleasure and then we'll
save you money.
We sell the Leonard Clearvable Refrigera
tors, the great ice savers, the best and
Furniture & Carpet
123-125 West Third Street, Davenport. Ia.. 1
A.1&aKe-0-0er of Tteo
TO FIND THi: FINEST FA P. U ICS
TO HE MADH INTO Till-: SMART
EST C L( )T II KS STE I N- P. LOCI I
HKINED WITH. THIS LAPEL:
v . ,... .- ....-I m-i-L-i.. ... ......
Home-Spuns .spun at home Seote-h from P.onnio Dundee
Twecils from North of England -Woolens woven on Low
land Looms St rong- ami 1 1 ones! Fabrics from the Client
Eastern Mills of Massaehnsctls, in every combination of
form and fancy that the weavers have conceived. Never
have the clothes made at the STEIN-liLOCH shops ottered
such a variety of fabrics from which to choose? a.s can be
seen in our Spring and Summer Assortments.
SOMMERS & LA VELLE.
1804 Second Ave.. Rock Island.
Don't Worry Aboit Money
It's our business to furnish money just when you need it.
A little- ready cash at the proper time; may save your cred
it and g-ood name. You can borrow it for a lone; time and
pay it as much sooner as you desire, we charge you only
for the lime you h:ive had the use- of it. You don't have
to obligate yourself to your friends nor run the risk of
We'll Loan It to You
Quickly and without publicity, by taking i lien on your
household furniture-, piano, horses .way-oiis or other pe-r-sonal
property. The property remains in your own posses
sion and is not disturbed in any way. Amounts from $10
upwards. Let us know what you want, ami the- whole
matter can be arranged at your own home. Our rates
are reasonable; our methods fair and above board. Call,
write or telephone us today. We'll be fsnd to tfive you more
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell cfc Ljnde block, Room 38. Ollice hours 8 a. in. to 6 p.
m. nta Sav.urdav evenings. Telephone west 1514. New telephone
Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up. I
$3,000 stock of diamonds, watches , jewelry, rlothirf, bicycles and other
t T1'am!-1,ifMMld at J,"8ain ut SlefielVLoan Office t
t " : " " x
9 Cherry Pectoral
for hard colds, chronic coughs,
consumption, old cases, severe
cases, ask your doctor ir ne
has better advice.
J C. A Ter Co.
Loti 1 . Mas.