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THJ5 ABG-US, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1904.
ffi tj are decidedly IT. and tan Russia calf
"57 1 f m i? xeri PPli:;,r f"r both men and vro-
f ism A very .swagger ladies' tan oxford is
V? !!M $3.50 a Pair.
I ( "Tokio." a New
VV7T IJI Tan Oxford
V V( ) '"r y"r-ff nien; a very snappy style,
f A iSJH viitli high military h. el. and strictly
1aJB right. Ak for No. 41 '.
Price $4 a pair.
'Both 9 T hones.
Economy Dental Parlors.
Cheap dentistry is not economical dentistry. Pay 'LESS than we
charge and you get less for yotir money. Pay MORE and you pay
more than is enough. Our work is not expensive, yet it is not cheap.
Our Work is Guarameed
to be strictly first-class. Call and see our
crowns the largest in the tri-citics. Open
f plates and
till 8 p. m. Sun
days till noon. Old "Phone Green
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Can yovi in
TWO MEN SUICIDE
Emil Fick Found in Bath Room of
Davenport Home With
Kr:e. spent vester-
the guest of E. C
IS DEBAtfGED BY 0 7EBWCRK
Matthias Hear Htogi Himself
His Divorced Wife's
Emil II. Fick;, the well-known fresci
artist. iiv found by his wife with his
throat cut in the bath room at theii
home on Main street in Davenport at
8 o'clock this morning.
Temporary insanity was brought on
through overwork. His family notic
ed that he had been extremely nerv
ous the past week, but he did not ap
pear to think the trouble was at si.
serioua. He admitted that he had
been working too hard, hut he Bail
he would be himself again in a few
This morning Fick arose at 7 o'clock
111, customary hour, and was seen to
eater the bathroom. When an hoar
had passed and he had fade:! to re
spond to a call for breakfast, his wife
went to look after him. She was hor
rifled by finding him lytea in the bath
tub in a pool of water and blood, hav
ing slashed his throat with a razor.
I He was unconscious, and expired with
out uttering a word.
Kick was 45 years of age. and had
recently set'tled with his family in
handsome horn . He had a wide repu
tation as n fresco painter, and had
been very successful at his business.
He is survived hv his wife and two
Ilanirs In WINV. Woo. I nheil.
Matthias Heur went to call at the
home of hi divorced wife in West
Davenport yesterday morning, but she
gave him the marble heart, refusing
to admit him to the house. At noon,
on going into the shed at the rear of
the lot for some wood, she fount'
Sangling at the end
Dr. Stanley, of
dav in the dty.
.!rv J. U. ("handler, of Sooth Hock
Ish.nd. departed today for Washing-
Ton, in., in response 10 a message in
forming her of the death vesterdav
of her brother, Robert Noye,
Air. and Mr. K. D. Sweeney, of this
city, and Mr. am! Mrs. t . S. Kentield
and (laughter Ruby, arrived Saturday
evening at .New York from Europe
Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney are expected
home this week.
Miss Lucy Breunan, the Rock Island
hih school student who won the first
priae in the oratorical contest at Stan
ley hall in Minneapolis last week, re
turned home last evening, accompan
ied by Miss Sara Stoddard.
. O. Negus, who lis been is the
smith since the latter part of the win
ter, returned to the city on the St.
I'aul today. He visited the world's
fair on his way back. Friends will be
-i . . . , . i , .
.easeo ti learn mai ne i mucii nn-
iroved in health.
M. 7. Carney, formerly general man-
. M A 1 - - 1 MV - 1 V
gcr oi iae vei.irai ic:epnone com
"::ny. and who made many warm
friends here during the telephone agi
atlon a few years ago. was a visitor
n the city over Sunday. Mr. Carney
s now connected vvitn u:e American
Kstricl Telegraph company, and is
ust finishing an inspection of the
ompanv s lines and properties in the
state of Iowa.
Louis Kleinau Probably Fatally
Injured in Fighi at
BEATEN WITH RAILROAD PIN
Had Threatened to Annihilate Swe
dish Population of the
Hear s dead body dangling
f 8 rope tied to a rafter.
7T-ROCK ISLAND ILL
Losing your hair? Did not
you know how easily you could
keep it? And prevent gray
hair, also? LTiSi:
INNES, THE BAND LEADER,
ON THE MISSION OF MUSIC
Innes and his band will appear tit
the Watch Tower May 2!-::o and June
". Apart from his musical talents.
Innes is an interesting man. lie is a
good writer and something of an orig
inal philosopher. In a recent article
he said he thought very few people
understood the mission of music in
the world, lie said he had talked with
evv pet pic who had learned that mu
ic describe. I the whole field of hu
man action, pnercv and nmliition uist
i truly as current literature: thai
tne i ne wnose imairinalioii is must
stirred by music is the one who un
derstands music best. Be asserts that
to an car attuned there is a story of
love, peace or war. wind or wave, in
ever) piece of good music. The one
who can read it he holds to be the
best critic, even though be may not
know one note from anothei. AH the
great music vv l iters. he believes, would
have been great authors if theii
thoughts had turned to literature in
stead ot music. Innes holds that to
be great in cither direction requires
the same power of imagination and
the same degree of intellectual depth.
What the author tells in words, the
composer describes in music. He re
ferred to Guonoda opera of "Faust'
a a case in point. "Great as is
.i t - . . . .. ... ...
' in1 - n i nn i cine. s.-ii- lie "iv
the day ever likely tu dawn when the
poem will le remembered and the
opera forgotten " Accompanying the
band is Bohumfr Kryl. the Bohemian
cornet ist, and several other notable
GOV. YATES MAY EXTEND
CAMPAIGN TO THIS CITY
According t Chicago papers. Go
ates- is likely to extend his cam
paign begun in that city today to some
f the other counties of the state in
the latter part of the week. He will
vote his efforts to those counties
having Louden delegates seated at
the state convention and it is not nn.
kdy that he will fiay another visit to
Keck Island to deliver an addrmss ami
ndeavoT to move popular sentiment
to the point of alTcctlllir tin- delegates.
It is understood that the governor in
tends to make capital of the events of
the convention, one in oarticiihir he-
iug the alleged offer of the anibas-a-
orship to Mexico as a consideration
his pulling out of the gubcrna
'IRST AVENUE VACATION
ORDINANCE IS REJECTED
i ne city council, following its trip
ver the property in Pint avenue
that the Davenport, Bock Island &
ti nil .!
im-iiTii najivvav orupanv is
seeking vacation of. Saturday after
noon adopted a report unfavorable to
the ordinance embodying the conces
sion, presented by Aid. Wilson, chair
nan of the ordinance committee.
Alls. Anderson and Benson presented
irguments In support of the adoption
f the ordinance, holding that it would
-imply be making good the title which
was given iti a former ordinance by
he c ity and accepted by the company
faith, those m opposition to
way control of the propertv
Bckhart, Sexton. O'Connor
Louis KJeinau. a son of Heilwagon
. .. i i , i . .
iis oange.. nere sz years ago
lies at the polnl of death at his home
on a farm near Barstow, from injur
ics received in a tight in the village
Thursday evening of last week.
Kleinau was employed with the !ur
ington construction force, which was
working at Barstow. He was dischara
ed Thursday by the foreman, who
a Swedish man. Kleinau went to Krie
and got drunk. Beturning to Harstow
in the evening he declared his Inten
tion of annihilating every Swede wh
crossed his path.
Every man whom he would meet h
would ask if he was a Swede. Receiv
ing j;n affirmative reply he would pro
xu to BQinuusirr a Dealing, i hum
men were whipped by Kleinua, but
the fourth one proved to be a match
Carried Home In Waroo.
Kleinau was knocked down, and af
ter his antagonist had thrashed him
almost into insensibility with his tiM
he secured a heavy car pin with a bin
on the end of it and pounded Kleinau
over the head with it and left him
prostrate alongside the Burlimrton
railway depot. Friends conveyed KI
nau to bis In me in a buggy. His skull
was fractured by the blows from tin
0 . lit. m
liinroau Dotl. lie was reported very
low at his home this morning.
and Wilson. Aid. Sexton believed there
should be a money consideration. It
was plainly a business proposition.
Mi. O'Connor thought likewise, and
would like to see a sum large enough
exacted to build a levee at Twelfth
The council adopted the ordinance
luthoriaing the construction of a :;o
t' ot pavement on Third avenue from
Twenty-fourth to Twenty-sixth
ucci, nnginrr ordinance was pass-
"tl authorizing the building of a pri
ne sewer on l-oiirtcenth street to
ronneot with the sewer on Four
AT THE HOTELS
t the llsirper M. Y. Priselv. Felix
rischel. .1. B. PendervAai K. r,.
lull. .1. V. Strackbcin. Chicago; l. I.
prigg, ( mcinnati, Ohio; c. K. Taylor,
Omaha; II. C. Holbrodk, Providence
.. i.. ( asper, F. ('. Shinn, New York:
i-. Kooun, Boston; .1. s. Corley, V. X.
sype, i). H. Fitzgerald. I'. II. John
ston, M. S. McCullam, Chicago; C. K.
MeKlrov. Ottumwa: F. B. DeBeck,
Chicago; I.. I. Thomason and wife
VI. ..I... I ,! t. ... ..
"'" . i'. -vi. wen. nuiraio; .i. n. i on-
nell, Aledo; A. Osborne. II. (,. Davis
Seyforth. A. A. Alien, W. S. Henry
nicago; J. I. Stafford, Bock Island;
Anderson. .1. Samuelson, Orion; W
m. voung, Chicago; .1. s. Gilbrain,
eithsburg; R. Walker. Des Mdnes
m. i.. rare, hioago; M. Gordon, New
Fork ; Mortimer M. Schever. New
lora; ll. i.. Mart well. E. Thcitn. Mil
waukee: F. M. Daring, Chicago; I).
Kban. Centerville; .1. Ko-tlin, tJales-
iiurir: S. A. Stoll, Aurora: (;. V.
Scholea, Burluigti a; .1. A. Carney
nuriington; A. Forsyth, Aurora; B.
Goldstein, New York: B. S. Harrison.
FLOATERS HELP LOONEY
OUT IN THE FOURTH WARD
loioi Looiiev ami ins louowers in
the Fourth ward held a caucus for
the selection of delegates to the dem-
"v-miH; ruuniv convention at 1 lie ex
press barn of Spencer A Trefs on Set
nd avenue between .Nineteenth and
twentieth streets from 7 to s o'clock
Sat unlay evenina. The delesrate tieki
hosen was announced as follows
i ii.... i rT j , ... .
.vo.eii ii. iniesiiig, .loan VV . LIDtl, UUS
Stengel. Andrew Brady, Lew Mizei
.lames Edgar. I.'. S. Silvis. Gus Tre
. .. T 1 . 1 ...
maun, .1 -ii n uiOSOn. EHXiy-TWO per
sons voted, according to th- ennnt of
lack Linn, who vvav master of cert
monies, assisted by All:e Sephenson,
the haeknian. It would have heen in
icresiing to tlie regular democrats to
have set u the hulk of those who voted
as democratic residents of the ward.
Many of the votes received were
cast by floaters, of whom it is an easv
matter at any time of the day or
night in that section of the city to
wake up a sufficient number to pack
a political ward meeting. Represen
tative democrats, remembering the
methods it was sought to employ at
the Fourth ward primary for the se
lection of city-township convention
delegates, when others than those
owing allegiance to Loouey were al
lowed inside the room where tin- vote
was being received only after they
hail threatened to kick in the door,
remained avva.v from the Loonc.v can-
having requested the chairman
a county committee, b petition.
Id a primary tomorrow evening
customary place. Fricka livery
on Third avenue, where they
assured of a fair count and
the meeting will he in charge
having at heart the in-
ROCK ISLAND TO HAVE
A NEW TRAIN FOR CHICAGO
A new train for Chicago is provided
the time card effective on the Bock
Island road Simdav. June ". At nres-
t the fast train arriving here in the
morning from Minneapolis :s made a
part of No. '20 running as a local to
hicagO. I'nder the new arrangement
the St. Paul train will continue on
through to Chicago, leaving here ai
M an! reaching ("hit-ago at 10:r.5 a.
m. Ac. ZD, the local, W1U leave at 7:4."
instead of .:!.. ami arrive in Chicago
BOY FRACTURES HIS LIMB
JUMPING OFF EMBANKMENT
In tr.vintr to avoid two boys with
Mm he hail quarreled, Fred Lyons,
i tma living at i.ifi hifth avenue. Sat
urday afternoon iumncd down the
Blbankmeal at the rear of the Tri
ity Railway company car barn on
Fifth avenue antl fractured his right
lets in two places. He was removed to
At tin- Harms (European) A. ('.
Mills, Decatur; A. M. Befrdon, New
V rk: M. .1. Cross, St. Paul: . c. Vet
ty, Dixon. HI.; L. C. Hichards. Chica
goi B. K. ( i ok. Milwaukee; A. V. Mar
shall. Boston. Mass.; Sam B. Fletcher,
Kvansville. lnd.; G. ( Stein. M. L.
Ib ss. S. T. Henty and wife. Chicago;
P. B. Denton, Cedar Bapids; Frank
George, New York: L. . Hostetter,
Chicago; H. F. Nichols, Detroit; .1. C.
Miirnanc. Peoria; S. B. Holme-. St.
I'aul: K. F. Renogg, Peoria: (i. C
Marrow. L. L. Guglrs, Chicago; F. Z.
n-antz. Peoria; L. A. DnSenbaugh. St.
Louis; M. J. Casey, Chicago; P. 3. Ku
get. New York; P. J, Keeler, New
York; Aug. BesBng. St. Louis: K. V.
Swegart, Chicago; .T. p, Oberg, Bos
ton: A. If. Eaton. D. D. Trump. Chi
eago; c. L. Arnold. MarshaBUma; .1
C. Lewis. Cincinnati: A. B. Ames. Chi
atro; E. 7.. Arthur. Decatur: O. C.
Johnson. Chicago; d. Posfch, New
York: Henry Reyser, Milwaukee; .1.
Williams. Chicago; u. A. Bloomer.
Kansas Citv: Henry Miller. Frank C.
Stone. Burlington: H. .1. Smith. New
York: Henry Ot tc nherg. New York:
Mr. Panner. Margaret Pinkerton, Yi
ola. III.; i',. "a!lenstein. Herbert
Fiank. Cincinnati, Ohio; T. .1. Haves.
L C. Refer. E. A Steven-. Chicago;
I. W. Ashworth. Peoria; Henry ( he
tertiel''. Chicago; S. B. Smeathers.
ansn City; K. C. WiNon. Kansv
Oty; i. c. White. Chicago; F. B. Ray
mond, New York: (i.e. Remquhtt, Bur
lington; W. C. Heath, Pei ria. III.
r . . i
i urmucniu Having at Heart t ! 1 1
teres! of their party.
According to calls appearing in the
morning Loouey organ, he is to have
caucuses tonight in the Third and
Seventh wards, as well as in the Sixth.
The democrats of Black Hawk held
their caucuses Saturday evening and
the two or three Looneyites who were
on nana were ruthlessly sal clown up
on. The dcletration selected is com
posed of D. V. Matthews. W. p. Walk
er. Oust Danielson and Fred Salpaugh.
We're going to sell lots of them this
season, and te make sure of it we
start off with some extraordinary of
fers. You can buy a lief rigerator here
as little as $8.-j:. The ice chamber
holds 40 pounds of ice. Come and see
These Improved Jewel GasolhM
Stoves are sure to make happiness in
the homo. They're especially desira
ble in hotter weather, of course, but
are of great value the year 'round.
We are making some very low
prices on them to add to the other at
tractions of the stoves.
Alien Myers & Company
Opposite .arper House.
A Cut Price
5?oung Men" Sxiiis
jBojAi-9 Long 7 an tS'uitj
The late spring has not improved th
clothing. We don't mope over it. Make tin
Those with the ready money can make it v.
sales on the above tdass of
1 best of the situation,
isy by dressing up the
All of oir $18, $16.50. $15 end $12.50
Boys Ov.nd Young Men's Sviits
For an even $10.00
Not a last
suit in the
SOMMERS & LA VELLE.
1804 Second Ave.. Rock fs!a.nd.
WILL LAWS0N, MAIL CARRIER,
18 BITTEN BY A VICIOUS DOG
Will l.awson, the mail carrier, was
attacked hv a vicious dotr on Twentv-
ninth street and Rfth-and-a-hal! ave
nue this Iliornmir while delivering in:iil
a house in that neighborhood. The
m.g planted his teeth in the calf of
.Mr. Lawson's right leg. iaJictinn; a
painful wound. The police were noti
fied to take charire of the animal.
Hats For the Graduates
Mrs. Harry Witherell died Saturday
evenine at her home in Howlincr town-
hip, aged 22 years. She is survive!
by her husband, there being no chil
dren. The funeral was held from the
residence at 1:30 this afternoon, with
interment at Chippiannoclc eemeterv
Call for Democrat fr Tovrn.hln Cnnimltt..
A meeting of the democratic citv-
township committee is berehy called
;it the Rock Island house in the city
ot llm k Istantl. Mem av evenint Mnv
at S o clock. The attendance of
all members is desire!.
J. W. CAVANAUGH,
Bock Island. May 21. lOOJ.
It's easy for tlie girl grraduate to select tier
hat here. We have never before shown
such an immense variety of dainty sum
merish hats. These extremely effective
hats are made of Ma lines, wide pleated lactj
and chip braids trimmed with wreaths of
button roses and other small flowers. You.
will And both, the styles and prices of these
hats irresistibly attractive.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner Fourth ynue and Twentieth street.
Nearly Four Venrs Ago
We began to make loans on persona property, furniture,
pianos, horse, wagons, etc.. to the people (n this vicinifv.
We have since that time built up a reputation and a la rare
patronage, through honesi efforts and f;iir dealings. Our
methods and reasonable terms were a revelation to people
who never thought of borrowing monev in this way.
We Want You to Investigate
Ami should you need a little ready money quickly let us
tell yoh what we can do 'or you. Any amount front $10
upwards. Any time from one month to one year. All our
business Is strictly confidential, and the properly remains
undisturbed in your own possession. We aim to, ami do,
satisfy you. W- cannot afford not to, and ra will be
pleased to have yon c.ill at our office, or WW send our con
fidential agent to sec you at your own home.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
south Kork Island Iifinm rat If Caaean.
The democrats of South IJock Isl
am! are recpie-teil to meet at the town
hall Tuesday. Mnv t. at B o'clock p.
in., to selec; d' legates to the county
convention. ii. M. I.l'KKN.
phone West 1514.
I.VNDK BLOCK, ROOM 38, T!Ot K
a. in. to 0 p. in. mul Saturday
'evv Telephone 001 1.
Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up
tehea , jewelrj', clothing, bicycle and
Sirp.fVs Loan Offtow J
f&JDOb stock of diamonds
nrchandise being no!d at vc.t bargnius
"20 TwentiKb 8t. 'Phone green 163.
his home in the ambulance.