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THE ARGUS, SATDBDAY, JtJS'E 11, 1904.
Bottled Ooodnei 5
Milwaukee's Banner Brew
It isn't talk that counts, it's
quality Quality that stands
pat, at all times, for honest
criticism. The unprecedented
popularity of Blatz Wiener is
due to its pronounced indi
viduality that indescribable,
honest flavor that always
means "Blatz " that delitht
ful Blatz Wiener "smack"
that (oes straight to the
spot. Drink it for beer
character For health's sake
drink it. Ask for it down
town. Send a case home.
ALWAYS THE SAME
BLATZ MALT - VI VINE
VAL. BLATZ BKEWINO CO., Mllwaakce
BEABDSLEY Sr BAILEY,
Wholesale Dealer. 217 Eighteenth 9t.
THE LADIES' TAILOR.
He Flour IhI-I lu Krani'r Tlire fro
Tbe ladies' tailor does not belong f
tills century or to tlie test; 800 years
back be flourished in France. The
court beauties eta ployed him during
ihe reipn of tin- test of the Yalois,
Mote. lf Scilgue pives an elaborate de
scription in one of ber letters of a
frown made for Ume tie Monti-span
and mentions tlie name of rue tailor
Lnnpk-c. tbe son of one of the serv
attts in tbe bonsebold of Anne of Aus
tria. Indeed, women were not allowed
la those (l.i y. to enter into competition
with men in the product ion of outer
Kanuents, even fr their own sex. It
was Louis XIV. who looked favorably
on woman's work for ber own sex
and granted letters patent to the scuip-stn'-ises
to form themselves into a cor
poration, though it was not made easy
for them, and they only, after all.
made up ladies' own materials, even
as fat hack as that. By the aid of the
pnnpees which went the round of soci
ety exhibiting the passing modes I.e
Roy found favor with the Udles in
Hie beginning of the seventeenth cen
tury, and when we see. as we may
do now at tin I'rystal palace, even the
Pi Ik bodices that were made then we
cannot hut very much wonder that
they were more fitted for a tailor's
hoard than for feminine lingers, so
hard, so thick, so heavy were they.
The stage manager cntches one of
the actors smoking behind the scenes.
"Here! You can't smoke m tne
stage!" he says.
"What's the odds? The scenery Is
"Hut you're not."
An the actor discovered when he pot
his two weeks' notice. .lodge.
Method In IIIm MndnfM.
Mrs. Wick What is the rise of stand
ing there and calling Ihe stove names?
Thai won't make the tire burn any
better. Mr. Wick I thought that may
be if I could insult the blamed thing It
tvotild pet hot about It.
as a health maker and
Mr. F. J. McCroy. C lements, tin.. sas:
"For 0 years 1 suffered from stomach troubles and was unable to find relief until I commenced taking
vmir Hitters. I cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers.
Irene Aekerman. New York ity. X. Y.. says:
"Your Diners cured me of Stomach trouble and I am pleased to recommend it to all such sufferers."
The Genuine Is For
The five suffragan bishops of the
archdiocese of Dubuque were in Da
enport yesterday visiting at the epis
copal residence of lit. Rev. Bishop
Con grove. Their mis.-ion here was to
.-elect the three names which will be
riesigstated as "dipnus." "dipnior." and
Mdignh siinus." i r worthy, worthier
and worthiest, and which will be sent
to Pope PHm X. at Rome for his ap
proval, and for his choice of the can
didate to serve as coadjutor bishop to
lit. Rev. o.-grove with the right of
succession. Most Rev. Archbishop
John .1. Keane, of Dubuque, preside !
at the session of the . ufTraga lis. at
which there were expected to be pres
ent lit. Rev, Henry ( osprove. of Dav
enpmt; lit. Rev. I:. Scanned, of Oma
ha: lit. Rev. I'. '. Oarrigan. of Sfoux
City; lit. Rev. Thomas Boaacuas, of
Lincoln. Neb., and Rt. Rev. JohjB .1.
Keane. of Cheyenne, W o. Tlie names
selected arc kept an absolute secret,
known only to the archbishop, the
suffragans and the holy see.
While dixit. p at the natatorium
Thursday night Julius Hanson, of rhe
aerial truck at the Central tire sta
tion, came in contact with an iron
ring in the pool ami sustained a pash
above the bridge f tlie nose which
aeeessitated the taking up of several
At his home in Chicago at 3:22
o'clock Wednesday afternoon occur
red the death of Robert Neely, at one
time a well-known resident of Daven
port. Dei-eased was formerly con
nected with the old Davenport Gazette
as circulator, and in that capacity
made numerous friends all over the
city, lie left here a b ut fifteen year
apo and of late bad been making his
home with his children in Chicago.
i Columbia Forester camp team of Du
buque promises Davenport 1,500 vis
itors tomorrow on an excursion from
that city, which has been arranged
port. Deceased was forraverly con
under its auspices.
The annual meeting of Ihe Brother
hood of Railway Carmen was held at
Union hall and several new members
were admitted. I lie election ol OTO-
eera for the ensuing year resulted as
follows: Chief carman, .1. Dan; rice
chief carman. G. Wcstphal; record
inp secretary. II. Pecker; financial
secretary, Louis Larson; treasurer.
Louis Theleman; guide, Albert Cook:
sentinel. A. Anderson; warden. Frank
Heeb; chaplain, 11. II. Simpson; trus
tee. Albert Boddcwig.
There has been tiled in the (dlice of
the county recorder an amendment to
the articles of incorporation of the
Crammer Manufacturing company,
whereby the capital stock of the cor
poration, which was heretofore fixed
at $75,0000 has been increased to $100.
i harlee E. Reed and F. B. Wett--tein.the
latter treasurer of the Guar
anty Title V Trust company, of Cleve
land, Ohio, are in the city endeavor
ing to qualify with the clerk of the
court in the matter of the bond ex
acted from the Camp Met lellan Land
company. It is recalled that the lien
of the city for the paring assessment
and the court cots in several trials
MAKES WOMEN HEALTHY, f
There is no medicine before the public that
will do as much for sickly girls and women as
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It will assist na
ture in establishing functional regularity, which
is the foundation of good health. Then it also
promotes sound sleep, steadies the nerves, and
cures Backache. Cramps, Vomiting, Sick or
Nervovis Headaches and Fainting Spells. Or,
perhaps you suffer from Poor Appetite, Heart
burn, Costiveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia or
Bloating? If so, the Bitters will cure you. Try
one Bottle and let it convince you of its value
preserver. A 50 years' record is back of
Sale By All Druggists. Don't Accept Any Other
stand as a lien and a cloud upon the
title held by the Camp McClellan Land
company, and until a sufficient and
iiatisfactory bond given there can
be no platting of the land filed for
record. The court has fixed the lxir.d
of the company at $300,000. and this
must be signed by three freeholders,
or absolutely guaranteed by a surety
company acceptable to the clerk of
Th- .nth regiment. Iowa National
Guard, will camp this year from July
14 to 21. inclusive, orders to this ef
fect having been received sit regimen
tal headquarters in Muscatine. The
place is not yet selected where the
encampment will be held. This will
be decided later.
Yesterday at St. Anthony's pioneer
school hall occurred the closing exer
eises f the parochial school at which
the tuition has been free since the be
ginning of the present year. The pro
gram, consisting of recitations. soi;p
und a pla. entitled "C arrie's I'resent."
was presented by the i hildren. A
medal, piven by the sisters in charge
of the school, for amiable and polite
deportment, was awarded to Misa
Pearl Tra nor. At the end of the ex
ercises Rev. D. .1. Flannery, the pas
tor, made an address to the children.
C 1. Johnson, the carpenter who
was identified as the man who has
been annoying young women near
Tremoht avenue and Case streets by
huppinp them, was fined $50 and costs
in the court of .Justice Roldew ip yes
terday. Johnson was identified by ihe
jronng woman whom he had attacked
ami three other young women of that
neighborhood also brought charges
f a like nature against him.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The condition of winter wheat as
reported by the agricultural depart
ment is 77.70 per cent.; spring wheat.
98.4; acreage spring wheat. 17140.Sl0.
Since the bepinninp of the present
year pold to the value of $23,088,003
has been shipped from the Inlted
States to all countries.
Ivrcnce Button, the author and
essayist. Is dead at Princeton, N. J.,
aged 01 years.
"rope" Schrader. head of "the Di
vine Catholic church." has established
headquarters in Chicago.
Two employes of the Central bank,
of the City of Mexico, have been ar
rested for a defalcation officially de
clared to be $03.0UU. but believed to
Jonn Alexander Oowie has an
nounced his intention to establish u
Zion forty miles from Berlin.
Mrs. .1. C. Wilson died at Knoxville,
Tenn., from the effects of a bite from
a black spider.
"Absolutely no. Under no circum
stances would 1 take the nomination,"
is what G rover Cleveland is reported
to have said to a friend.
Ten Years In Bert.
R. A. Cray, .1. P Oakville. Tnd..
w rites. For 10 years 1 was confined to
my bed with disease of my kidneys.
It was so severe that I could not move
part of the time. 1 consulted the very
best medical skill available, but could
get no relief until Foley's Kidney
Cure was recommended to me. It lias
been a Godsend to me." All druggists.
The remains of Mrs. John Ecklund
have arrived from olorado Springs,
acconipanieil by her husband and Mr.
and Mrs. Zimmerman, the latter her
daughter, and her sister, Mrs. John
Brown, of thi5 city. Mrs. Ecklund
was sick but a few days, death being
caused by heart failure and compli
cations. She leaves besides her hus
band and daughter two sisters. Mrs.
J. A. Anderson and Mrs. John Drown,
and two brothers (Jus and Charles
Peterson, all of this city. She came
to Moline when a child and had lived
here until three years ago. when she
moved west for her health. She was
born in Sweden Nov. 4, 1S58. The fu
neral was held from the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John A. Anderson at Hit'.)
Sixth avenue at o'clock this after
noon. Rev. lioffsten officiating.
Advices from those interested in
the purchase of three acres of ground
just east of the Moline Furniture
works Is that the location of the pro
posed woodworking establishment on
the tract may be effected this year.
The ground was purchased by a third
party presumably, and it was given
out then that a plant of this charac
ter would be located there. The con
cern will come from Chicago, it is un
derstood. The Lewis Hoofing com
pany, which occupies a part of the
land sold, has received notice that
should the firm decide to move here
this summer, not more than t"0 days'
notice will be piven to secure other
quarters. In anticipation of moving,
the Lewis people are concentrating
their industry on Twenty-fourth street
in Bock Island, where a new plant is
rising. Two buildings are going up.
one three stories high. A number of
carloads of lumber, bought from a
dismantled Muscatine saw mill, have
been unloaded at the Moline yards.
Plans for the festival to be held tin
der the auspices of the Union Mission
on the George Stephens grounds, cor
ner of Nineteenth street and Sixth
avenue, arc under headway. The so
ciety people of Moline are deeply in
terested in the affair and it promises
to be one of the most notable func
tions ever held in the three cities.
The grounds will be enclosed and an
admission will be charged. Every
thing that can 1m- thought of which
will add to the beauty of the event
will be done. No pains are being spar
ed and the various committees are
doing their utmost to make this a
success. Now all depends on the
weather. Those who will occupy the
throne are: Queen Flora. Dorothy
Stephens; his majesty, the king, War
ren Skinner; maids of honor. Dorothj
Ainsworth and Ella Woodyatt; pages,
Paul Blakemore and Walter Stein;
heralds. Kenneth Kbi and Willard Ye
Additional paving in sight for this
year grows steadily with each pass
ing day. A petition for brick paving
on Third street between Fiftli and
Twelfth avenues, Twelfth avenue be
twetn Third and Fourth streets, and
Fourth street between Twelfth and
Thirteenth avenues has been turned
over to Street Commissioner Fred
The Mississippi Valley Traction
company has let the contract for pul
ling in a private lighting plant at
Campbell's island. The plant will have
a capacity of 800 to 400 lights, and
the equipment, with the seception of
the engine, will be furnished by W. T.
Ball. The engine will be of 30-horse
power and will be built at the Boot A
Vandervoort works. The plant will
be installed at once, another engine
being used until the large one is built.
Friends of Dr. C. Frank Odell will
he grieved to learn that he is so seri
ously ill with consumption that his
recovery is not probable. Frank is a
graduate of the Iowa college of med
icine at Keokuk and his prospects
were bripht when he completed his
course, only to be dashed by his ill
Considerable comment has been
passed of late on the ellow ishness of
the water after it has gone throtiph
the process of filtration. Because the
water has this color it does not signi
fy that it is impure. This stain is of
iron and it is not visible in the water
until it has been filtered. To remove
this stain would necessitate the u.-e of
more iron and lime, which would mean
a L'reater expense to the city. The re
cent test which baa .just been com
pleted .-hows that this stain contains
no impurities and that the water is
better than the contract calls for:
that is, as far as the bacteria is con
Many homes, darkened for weeks
with a spell of sickness, were bright
ened Thursday, for it was Flower Mis
sion day, and the ladies of the W. C.
T. V. were distributing bouquets of
flowers. The day wns Observed
throughout the city, between '-S0 and
.TOO bouquets being distributed.
Fire yesterday consumed one box
car and partially destroyed three oth
ers which were standing on the C. 15.
T. t P. tracks near Twenty-third
treet. The origin of the fire is un
known. At the time the alarm was
sent in only four men were at the sta
tion, so it was necessary to summon
help from the bluff.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
$6 to St. Louis and return via Rock
Island, June 13 and 27.
Cheap rates to St. Louis. Mo., cn ac
count of the exposition via the Illinois
If You Wgh-nt tKe Best
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office 329 Main street, Peoria, 111. G.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M.,
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so, take the South
west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at
10:30 p. m., or the early morning train
at 6:30. You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Low round trip summer tourist
tickets now on sale via the Rock Isl
and to eastern as well as northern
and western resorts. If you arc fig
uring on a trip either by water or
land let us figure with you. The round
trip to ('(dorado Springs or Denver is
$26.40. Call or drop a postal to F. 11.
Plununer, C. P. A.. Uock Island.
5.25 to Chlrsro and He turn.
From June 16 to 20 the Bock Island
will sell round trip tickets to Chicago
at rate of $5.25, good to return up to
4.65 to Sprint Held and Return.
June 12. 13 and 14, via the lbck Isl
and. World's Fair Kxcnrslon.
$6 St. Louis and return via the ('.. H.
& Q. railway, June 13 and 27. Time
limit, seven days. Through ears de
part at 6:40 a. m. and 7:20 p. in.
Stop and Think
If yo rant to go to Chicago you
an tak te of the C, M. & St. v
tine traim atd make an easy and raj.
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m.,
arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m.; at
1:58 p. m., arriving at Chicago at 0:55
p. in., and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at
Chicago at 7:55 a .m.
doing: ta tbe World's Fair?
Your best route is over the Chicago
& Alton railway. All lines of railway
will sell you tickets over this line
whether you decide to go via Peoria
in- via Chicago. The rates are as low
as by any line, and your home ticket
agenl will be pleased to sell you a
ticket over the Chicago & Alton Short
Line if you ask for it. Direct connec
tions with all railroads at Peoria and
Chicago. Superb day coaches and
Pullman parlor cars, Pullman sleeping
cars and both cafe and dining car.
Vsk your home ticket agent for a
ticket via the Chicago & Alton Short
Kzonrsions for the Foartb
via the Nickel Plate road, at one fare
for the round trip, plus 33 cents. July
and 4, within radius of BOO miles
from starting point. Return limit
July .1. Three daily trains in each di
rection, with modern coaches and ves
tibuled sleeping cars, to Cleveland,
Brie, Buffalo, New York. Boston and
New England points. Passengers to
points east of Huffalo have privilege
of stop-over at Niagara Falls, in eith
er direction, and also at Chautauqua
lake, during excursion season, by de
positing tickets. Individual Americaa
(dub meals, ranging in price from 3S
cents to 1. served in Nickel Plate din
ing cars; also service a la carte. No
excess fare charged on any train on
the Nickel Plate road. Chicago depot,
corner LaSalle and Van Duren streets,
the only depot in Chicago on Ihe Ele
vated Loop. City ticket offices. Ill
Adams street and Auditorium Annex.
Telephones, Central 20j7 and Harrison
The Nickel Plate road will run an ex
cursion to Chautauqua Lake and re
turn at one fare for the round trip,
from Chicago, with return limit of
Aug. 0, by depositing ticket. Trans
portation good on any of our three
daily trains. Cheap rates to other
eastern points. No excess fare charg
ed on any train on Nickel Plate road.
Individual club meals, ranging in price
from 35 cents to $1; nl-o service a la
carte, in Nickel Plate dining cars.
Write John Y. Calahan, general agent.
113 Adams street, room 298. Chicago,
for particulars. Chicago city tieket
offices. Ill Adams street and Auditor
ium Annex; 'phones. Central 2057 and
Fourth mt .laly.
One fare for the round trip, plus 25
cents. July 2. 3 and 4. within 200 miles
from starting point, on Nickel Rate
road. Return limit July 5. Chisago
depot. LaSalle and Van Buren streets;
city ticket offices. Ill Adams street
and Auditorium Annrx. Telephones,
Central 2057 and HarrUcn 20.
at All Leading
Regardless of Cost
10 tolls of paptr at 10c
6 rolls ceiling at 10c
lt' vards border :il 5c.
The Combination SaJe Is a Wonder.
10 rolls jcipar a,t 2c
; rolls ceili g at 'Joe. .
is yards b.rd r et 6c
We furnish and hang paper cheaper ihxn any firm in t he, city. Wo
do painting; and expect to continue in the painting business. Mixed
paints, any color, $1.20 per gal on.
Corner Fourth. Avenue and Twentieth Street.
WILLIAM B. KILLMEPv, Prop.
Are You Interested in the South ?
Do Vol CARE TO KNOW OP THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW
GOl SG ON IN
Ue GreaLt CentraJ Sovith?
OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES POI! YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONES
TO GROW RICH?
Do you want to know about rich farming lauds, fertile, well located,
on a Trunk Line Railroad, which will produce two, three and four crops
from the same field each year Land now to l had at from $3. on to fcSjOQ an
acre which will be worth from $30.00 to $150.00 within ten years? About,
stock raising where the extreme of winter feeding is but six (6J short
weeks? Of places where truck growing and fruit raising yield enormous re
turns each year'.' Of a land w here you can live out of doors everyday ill the
year? Of opportunities for establishing profitable manufacturing indus
tries: of rich mineral locations, and splendid business openings?
If you want to know the details of any or all of these write me. I
will gladly advise you fully and truthfully.
G. A. PARK, General Immigratioa and Industrial agent.
Lovitsville & Nashville Ry. Co.
P. J. LEE.
jg isapjjjjfifiSfi mSBSBMBKRM WBPWOk
at the Closing Out Sale
All for 1.50
. 1 08
All for 2.75
There's a line of wall paper
here that richly deserves that
title. They will "dress up" the
dingiest room and make it a
thinp of beauty.
Simplicity is one of the great
est (harms and low price their
We now offer new and beauti
ful wall papers at low prices.
Also a full line of paints, oils,
glass, brushes, moldings, etc.
120-1431 HocofKl Arenas.
Opposite Court Ho us.