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THE AHGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1904.
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and trade more aeeond
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t'ouiplete lied SprlnR"
and MattreitaeM from
9I.M up. Now when you
want to well your house
hold kooJk or buy houe
bold liooilw, or otore joui
bouiiebold good, or net
a loan on household
Koodx or on nmull real
eMtate come anI nee me,
the man that nobody
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put to- jjjii
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Perhaps all heating work looks
alike to you, but the results will
be as different as day and night.
Our work means the kind that
"delivers the goods" In heat,
where, and as wanted, and costs
you no more than the indifferent
CHANNON, PERRY 6c CO.,
Davia Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth St.
Death of Printer.
At St. Luke's hospital at S p. m.,
Saturday occurred the death of George
J. Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans
Petersen, 1907 West Second street.
Deceased was born in this city May 3,
1884. and after going through the pub
lic schools, learned the printer's trade.
He leaves besides his parents, three
brothers, Emil, Silas and Walter and
three sisters. Mamie. Alvina and Sel
ma to mourn his death. He was a
member of Davenport lodge. No. 3,
Danish Brotherhood, and of the Tri
City Typographical union. The fun
eral will take Dlace from th ri.
dence, 1907 West Second street, at 2
p. m., tomorrow.
Bank Shortage Near $100,000.
Revelations of a shortage exceed.
ing any figures that have been pub-
nsnea are understood to have hpon
made to the grand jury in the mat
ter or the failure of the New Liberty
Savings bank. That $93,000 of the
tivv.vw deposits have disappeared i
ine allegation of the directors and
ino.se wno nave eone ovpr h hi.
uic udiih. in OtDer wnrrfa imlooo
very questionable collateral' yields
something, depositors will lose most
inp money they had in th h,i.
The New Liberty bank had only $150 !
000 capital stock, but it had $100,000
urinous, ana tticse deposits are said
to have been "borrowed- to tho it
of over CO per cent by the officers of
clergy of the diocese and letters of
congratulation to Father Davis have
already began to pour in. The offict
was created some months ago, and
recommendations were made to the
Vatican proposing canditates. The
news of the appointment has been
awaited with great interest among
Catholic circles of the diocese.
Bond is Forfeited.
Arnold Beuthien, cashier of the New
Liberty bank, failed to show up at his
preliminary hearing at Davenport Sat
urday on the charge of embezzling
$1,750 from the bank. In consequence
Jacob Ohlsen, H. Brauch. and Mrs.
Elise Beuthien. mother of the missing
man. will have to pay the $5,000 bail
which was declared forfeited by the
justice. George Leuders, who was ap
pointed receiver to take charge of the
affairs of the bank, has taken over
the affairs of the institution and is now
in full charge at New Liberty, as State
Bank Examiner M. T. Buchan has left
the village. No meeting of the direc
tors has been held as yet. but it is un
derstood that the officials will meet
soon to decide on the settlement of
the affairs of the bank.
All Run Down.
There is nothing better when you
are in that condition than a good
cordial. But it must be good. We
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icif "VHi pride ourselves on our excellent
stock of Fine Wines and Liquors of
all kinds, and if you will only come
to us when the doctor prescribes,
you will bo sure of getting the
Best. Our prices are more reason
able than you will find elsewhere.
SIMON LEWIS. Market Square.
Barber vs. Actor.
oaiuroay F. W. Frickel, the barber
una oi me St. Louis house, on Hip
street, appeared before the police
magistrate, and swore out infnrmn,i
charging Herman Orlop, director of
me- uerman t&eatre troupe, with as-
-un anu oattery. Frickel alleges Or
Inn oo-o,i7s,j 1.2 . .
..oo.uii.r mm rnaay even nc rinr.
ing an altercation, and the merits of
ue tase be heard before the po.
lice magistrate. The dpfpnrif
Orlop, only recently came to Daven
port to act as director for the troupe
which will Kive weekly dramatics at
iuu i urner nan.
Special Officer Arrested.
nase. employed bv Henrv
"uvn",l,uu. me commission merchant
nas caused the arrest of Henrv Ttohm
ex-police officer, also employed at the
same warehouse, on the charge of as.
sairit and battery. Mr. Chase savs
that about C oclock Friday evening,
as he was about to quit work Mr!
Behm. who only recently was appoint
ed special police officer by Mayor Phil
lips, however, at his own request, dis
puted some act of his and throttled
him so that he was nearly choked. He
exhibited the marks of the fingers still
left on his throat, which were inflicted
by Mr. Behm. he alleges, when he re
fused to be arrested by the officer
without the latter showing his star.
Burns-Rooney Match Oct. 25.
"Farmer" Burns of Big Rock has
been in the city arranging for his forth
coming wrestling match with Rooney.
rne giant gnpman of Chicago, which
will be pulled off at the Turner srrand
opera house in this city. Tuesdav pvmi.
ing. Oct. 25. The match is for $500
a side, the best three out of five falls
to decide the winner. Both parties
have already $100 on deposit in this
city to bind the match and the balance
will be posted several days before the
contest. The referee has not yet been
decided upon but will be a non-resident
of Iowa in accordance with the
wishes of Rooney and his backers.
City Council Room, Rock Island, III
Oct. 15. The city council met in spe
cial session at o o'clock p. m.. Mayor
McConochie presiding and all the al
dcrmen present except Westbay.
Aid. Oberg moved that the council
take a recess to inspect the paving on
Third avenue, from Twenty-fourth to
Twenty-sixth street. Carried.
On reassembling Aid. Oberg moved
that the paving on Third avenue from
Twenty-fourth to Twenty-sixth street
be accepted and that the mayor and
city clerk be instructed to settle for
the same with the Tri-City Construe
tion company, provided, however, that
the contractor must repair any and ail
defects which may appear within 90
days of acceptance. Adopted by unani
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Eck
hart. H. C. SCHAFFER.
M T il
Begin on Brick Factory.
Work on the new brick factory for
Moline. to be erected at the foot of
Sixteenth street where the old Sylvan
boat house has stood, has been start
ed. It is being built for the American
Sandstone & Brick company, with
head offices in Saginaw. Mich., and
will be the tenth plant which this con
cern has bui!t in various cines
throughout the country. A. C. Stouf
fer has the contract for the stone and
brick work and C. C. North will do
the carpenter worth. The main build
ing is to be 80x100, and there will, be
three small buildings, one for a sand
room, one for a coal room and another
for the lime room.
Had Heel Crushed.
Anton Pearson, living at 1311 Fifth
avenue, had the heel of his right foot
badly crushed Saturday while at work
in the Moline Plow company shops,
where he is employed as a dipper in
the painting department. Pearson was
riding on one of the shop elevators
and stood with his foot over the edge
of the platform. The foot was caught
when a iloor was approached and one
shoe was torn completely from hi.-,
loot. That the shoe leather gave way
was fortunate for Pearson, for had it
held his limb would have been pulled
in and his bones broken.
B)s Twentieth Anniversary
of Uur Sewing Fiaxhine
IN ORDER TO MAKE THIS AN
NIVERSARY A MEMORABLE
ONE IN OUR BUSINESS WE
WILL PLACE ALL SEWING
MACHINES ON SALE AT A
DISCOUNT OF 30 PER CENT.
WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON
SALE 25 FLOOR MACHINES
THAT ARE NEW MACHINES,
BUT SLIGHTLY MARRED,
AT A DISCOUNT OF 50 PER
CENT.. THEY ARE YOURS AT
REMEMBER WE HAVE EVERY KIND OF SEWING MACHINE
MADE. NEW DROP HAD SEWiNG MACHINE WITH THE LATEST
SET OF ATTACHMENTS, WE WILL SELL DURING THIS SALE
No Carvvasscrs and No Commlsson.
WE SELL DIRECT TO YOU AND WILL ALWAYS SAVE YOU THE
T. Richer H Sons,
I.Hi Kent SenlaK Marblne Ienlt-ri iu the Went.
Lost in Admiration.
That is what you will be if you se
lect your papers fapm our stock, as we
aim to (ret the exclusive sale in the city
of the best manufacturers in the busi
ness. We ulso carry a la rare line ( Im
ported Papern and the beat In domestic
Kutl. Kven our cheap papers are ar
tistic. Prices run from 3 cents to $20
per roll. Call and be convinced. We
also carry a full line of mouldings of
410 Seventeenth Street.
n 'phone 5213. Old 'pboae 721 X.
PAR.IDON 2L SON.
419 SEVEMTEEXTH STREET.
Kew ahae 5213. Old 'photic T31 X.
II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE,
H. B. SIMMON.
1 Geutral Trust t Savings j
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stork $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid oa nepoalta.
C. J. Larkin, H. H. Cleaveland. H. D. Mack.
- J. J. LaVelle. Mary E. Robinson, John Scha'er.
II. E. Casteel. E. D. Sweeney. M. S. Heagy.
L. D. Mudge. H. W. Tremai H. B. Simmon.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart- $
ment. which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of 0
the company. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad- U
ministrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
Another Smith Suit.
E. II. Hall, of the firm of Hall &
Martin, proprietors of the art shop,
has entered a suit against S. F. Smith.
Mary Smith, A. W. Vander Veer and
W. C. Putnarrt, to secure the sum of
$171.39, an1 for cause of action al
leges that the first named defendant
entered into a contract with the firm
orally for the repapering on Locust
and Brady streets for the sum of
$171.39. This papering, painting and
decorating was done by the firm and
therefore it would desire to recover
the sum involved in the job, and ask
a judgment against the defendants.
End of Sensational Case.
The sensational Kitty Hennessey
case, which has been under investi
gation for several days, terminated
with a special report by the grand jury.
Charges of a serious nature had been
preferred by Miss Kittie Hennessey,
the IC-year-old daughter of Pat Hen
nessey, against County Attorney F. W.
Neal and Charles T. Cooper. The re
port of the grand jury upon the above
investigation was as follows: "We,
the members of the grand jury here
by report that we have examined into
the cases of the state of Iowa vs. Fred
Neal and also the case of the state
of Iowa vs. Charles T. Cooper and
that in the examination of said cases
we have had before us ten different
witnesses and we have made a thor
ough examination of said cases for
three days and we report in each of
said cases no bill."
Rev. Davis Appointed.
Father James Davis, pastor of the
Sacred Heart Cathedral, and senior
vicar of the Davenport diocese of the
Roman Catholic church, has been ap
pointed coadjutor to Bishop Henry
Cosgrove by Pope Pius X. The news
of the appointment comes by telegraph
through the religious press and it is
believed that the official notice of the
appointment is now on the way from
the Vatican through the mail. The re
port is given full credence by the
On Oct. IS the Rock Island will sell
one-way tickets to a number of points
in Oklahoma and Indian Territory at
rate of $10; also a number of points
in Texas at $12.50.
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 5:30. You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
On Oct. 18 the Rock Island will sell
round trip tickets to a number of
points in Oklahoma. Indian Territory
and Texas at rate of $1S. Return lim
it. 21 days.
Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac
count of the exposition, via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office, S29 Main street, Peoria, 111. G.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M,
To Have Parsonage.
St. Paul's African Methodist church
is about to take up the erection of a
parsonage for Pastor W. A. Searcy.
The structure will bo creeled on the
church lot on Seventh avenue, and
will cost upward of $1,20.
Box Saved H-n.
Henry Hudson, here to help install
the new machinery in the People's
Power company plant, had a peculiar
experience. He was standing on a
wooden box cutting a wire with a
pair of pincers when he accidentally
touched another wire. The pincers
acted as a conductor and passed 2.200
volts of electricity through the short
circuit established. The fact that
Hudson stood on the wooden box un
doubtedly saved him a bad charge and
he escaped with a burnt hand only.
Delegate to State Meeting.
Mrs. F. G. Allen left last evening lor
Chicago, enroute to the convention of
the Illinois Federation of Women's
clubs to be held at Danville, 111., go
ing from there on the train which will
carry Chicago club women. Mrs. Al
len, who is a delegate from the Fort
nightly club, is also a delegate from
the woman's club of Moline by virture
of her office and will represent both
clubs, the other delegates from each
being unable to attend.
Stop and Think.
If you want to go to Chicago you
can take one of the C, M. & St. P.'s
fine trains and make an easy and rap
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m.,
arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m.,
and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at Chi
cago at 7:55 a. m.
SWEDISH BAPTIST MEETING
State Sunday School Rally at Gales
burg Oct. 28-30.
The annual conference of the Illinois
Swedish Baptist Sunday School asso
ciation will be held in Galesburg, Oct.
2S to o. Superintendents and mem
bers of Sunday schools, as well as pas
tors and laymen from over the entire
state will be in attendance and their
number is expected to reach one hun
dred. Among them will be some of the
most prominent and influential Sunday
school workers in the state.
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you are
looking for a guaranteed ealve for
sores, burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of
Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklin's Arnica Salve cured me. It's
the best salve on earth." 25 c?nts at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
A LINGERING COUGH
The cough that holds on
in spite of all remedies needs
energetic and above all thor
ough treatment. A mere
cough mixture won't do.
Root out the cold that causes
How? Scott's Emulsion.
Why Scott's Emulsion?
Because it stops the irrita
tion, soothes the tissues and
heals the affected membranes.
When ? Right aw ay.
Scott's Emulsion begins to
help with the first dose.
fl'e'Il send 700 sample free upon request.
SCOTT it KUWNE, 409 Perl Street. New Voik.
Hold First Meeting.
Moline chapter. Daughters of the
American Revolution, held its first
meeting of the season at its hall in the
First National bank building Saturday
afternoon, with a large attendance.
The program included greetings, re
ports of the world's fair D. A. R. days
and an outline of the year's work.
Sells 150 Lots.
J. C. II. Read has made a $45,000
real estate deal with Mr. Goodell and
his friends of Omaha. Mr. Read has
sold to them 150 vacant lots in East
Moline. on which the Omaha men will
erect homes for renting or for sale.
or they will sell the lots and erect
houses that the buyers can pay for in
small installments on the monthly
Go To Coast.
John Gasnow and family, with Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Rank, Mrs. Gasnow's
father and mother, left Saturday night
for Ixs Angeles via the C, M. & St. P.
Southwest Limited. Frank Thomson
and family left by the same tram
for Spokane, Wash.
Propose a Campfire.
At a meeting of the special commit
tee of Graham post Friday evening the
subject of giving a grand old-fashioned
campfire, such as the post used to be
noted for, was considered very favor
ably. Two influences stirred the vet
erans ambition in this direction. One
was that they had gone through the
war and the other was that "Warr"
had gone through the post's funds to
the extent of over $l."0't. it may take
the form of an anniversary for the bat
tics of Chattanooga. Ixkout Moun
tain. Orchard Knob and Missionary
RidRo. which occurred Nov. 21,
The "Battle above the clouds" may be
resurrected after a lapse of 11 years.
P17R.ITY AND CLEANLINESS
as to persons are so much n
matter of good bathing equip
ment that I wish to einphiK-
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best and most
sanitary apparatus. In such
cases it is to your highest inter
est to consult us, see sample:?
here and get our estimates free
I) I.hi Kent SenlaK Marblne Dealer iu the Went. rl
STENGEL. J5he Plumber
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1 ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK 1
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. O
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on O
Monev Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. Q
J. M. Kiifoi-tl. lr si.li-nt.
1 1. 1 Hull. Vi e ITosnlont.
1 Uin'ii;nvalt, Cashier.
RcK'iui the LusiiKSS July 2. 1890.
ami reui-s S. K. eoiner of Mitch
ell fc I.yinle'.i huililiiiK.
n. it. raiiio,
William 11. Dart,
H. P. Hull.
K. W. Hurst.
J. M. Bur-ml.
Solicitors Jackson K. Hurst.
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IF YOU NEED ANY MONEY RIGHT QUICK
You'll find it here. We also have great bargains in Watches. Diamonds,
Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Suit Cases, Trunks, Clothing and iirue-
g deemed goods of all kinds. If you are looking for bargains, call on us.
8 SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE Old phone, W. 810, four rings, o
another meeting of the. directors to
meet in conjunction with those direct
ly interested in financing the new
opera house deal when some benefi
cial changes can be made if necessary,
after which the directors will lake
New Y. M. C. A. Class.
A new class in the gymnasium at
the Y. M. C. A. is to be opened for
boys between 10 and 13 years of age.
This class will meet twice a week,
probably Saturday morning and Mon
day afternoon, and the boys will be
given the very best of gymnasium ex
ercises and allowed the use of the fine
shower baths after the exercises. The
class will be limited to 2 boys and tho
first 25 applying will he admitted. O.
G. Yerbury. the physical director, will
have charge of the boys.
Discuss Opera House.
Directors of the Moline Business
Mens association met Friday evening
for the purpose of electiner new officers
for the association and also to talk
over the new opera house plan. The
new officers were not elected ani the
greater part of the meeting was de
voted toward discussing the plans forj
the new opera nouse. neiore taking
definite action it was decided to call
IX THE SI limits.
NORTH COAL VALLEY.
North Coal Valley. Oct. 17. Will
Sackville is at tending business college
Hary Swank is attending Duncan's
lousiness school in Davinport.
Uv. Lay ion and bride, formerly
Mrs. Greer of Con Valley have de
parted for Chicago from whence they
will go to Soinh Dakota where he will
have charge of a mission.
George Mi'-il of Rock Island is out
to spend a sv-.-k with his son, Charles
Mr. ami Mis. Charles H.m k are the
happy parent "f a baby boy.
Mis:; Cora Kn-e! I)h atrain re';iirnefI
her duties a.- ioicIkt in the Glenn
school, having closed it to visit the
The Misses .Margaret and Winnie
Pass of Coal Valley visited at Indian
Mound farm this week.
Mrs. Fred Grnbe has left for I'nion
ville. Mo., to attend (he funeral of her
grandchild. She will remain a month.
One of Many.
H. A. Tisdale, or Summer! on, S. ('.,
suffered for 20 years with t he piles.
Specialists were employed and many
remedies used, but relief and perma
nent good was found only in the iisr
of DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. This
is only one of the many, many cures
that have been effected by this won
derful remedy. In buying Witch Ha
zel salve it is only necessary to se?
that, you gt the genuine I )eVii t ':.,
made by K. C. DcWitt & Co.. in Chi
cago, and a cure is certain, lie Witt's
Witch Hazej cures all kiud: of pile::,
cut ;, burns, bruises, ecz ma, tetter,
ring worm, skin diseases, etc. Sold by
Men and women who have to meet ex
cessive demands upon their strength,
brain and nerves find in
l aT. I
TIM! MA It.
refreshment and vitality. It induces
greater strength, clearer thinking and
better capacity for work.
The pure nutriment of best malt
and hopsnot intoxicating.
Sold by Drug cist. Prepared by
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louia. U.S.A.
Devote half-a-day of your World'! Fair visit to a trip to
the Anheuaer-Buach Brewery. It will rrpar you.