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'.ni Hand Dealer
A Bottle of Wine Free.
In order to direct sharp attention to our new season's
stock of wines and liquors, both Imported and domestic,
we will give absolutely free with every dollar purchase
or over a bottle of fine California wine. Our stock in
cludes the finest Eastern Rye and Kentucky Bourbons
and we have also just received several large shipments
of California wintes.
Si ni on Lewis, store
Market Square Corner Seventeenth Street and Third
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Solid Ground in
Times of Sfress
Is more than desirable It's ab
solutely necessary. With your
heating apparatus the time of
stress comes with cold weather,
and if it's not in condition to
supply an equable temperature
to all parts of the house in the
lowest temperature it's not
worthy your use. Twill cost
you nothing for our expert In
spectionprobably will save you
many dollars in coal bills.
CHANNON, PERRY & CO.,
D1 Clock. Old Thono 1148. New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth St.
Accuser Desired His Parole.
In connecticfh with the granting: of
the parole of Eugene Baldeck, the well
known merchant tailor of this citj the
!ntcretitinR statement is made that the
application for his parole was not only
signed by many of the loading business
men and public officiate, but also by
Miss Katharine Driscoll, the prose
cuting witness who was responsible
for having Mr. Baldick sentenced to
the penitentiary. It is stated that Miss
Driscoll signed the application askin
for Mr. Baldeck's release with tears In
her eyes and the remark that he had
already suffered ufflciently for his al
Ieged crime. The application for Mr.
Baldeck s parole was probably one of
the strongest and most numerously
signed of any similar document that
has been sent to the governor and the
board of pardons from this city. As
already announced. Mr. Baldeck will
be given his release Friday and will
return Immediately to thi3 city.
Had Royal Drunk..
Paul McQuillen. who came here frora
Dubuque, and Is on h!s way to Kansas
City, had scads of money Monday
night. He drank considerably, and
when mellow under the influence of
his cups picked up a fellow giving his
name as Ben Peck and proceeded to
hire a rig from Brick Munro. In tho
vehicle they cut an erratic swath in
Rock Island and Moline. and on their
return they drove ofT the bridge into
Davenport fighting furiously in the
buggy. When the vehicle reached Sec
ond and Iowa streets the men were
standing in the buggy box viciously
carving at one another. A misadven
ture of the wheel caused It to mount
the curbstone and the weight of the
two men overturned the vehicle bot
tom side up. Both men were thrown
the pavement. So intent were they
upon their fisticuffs that they paid no
attention to the overturned buggy, pro
ceeding with their quarrel until Officer
Sanford appeared and took both into
Thinks He Must Suicide.
Hans Gress. the old gentleman nick
ed up In the implement store on West
Third street In a crazed condition Mon
day afternoon, is still at the count v
Jail. He is 80 years old and is under a
spell which makes him believe that he
must die by suicide. It is a dangerous
mania, and the old man will be kept
under restraint When arrested he was
bareheaded, in slippered feet, coatless.
and carried a book under his arm in
wmcn he baid he had read the mes
sage concerning his death by suicide.
He had run away from his home rm
Second street opposite Washineton
square with his wife in hot niirsnit at
j me iime or nis arrest and detention.
wmccr in constabulary.
Word has reached Davenr.nrt frm
the Philippines, that Orlando Whita
ker. of this city, a son of J. H. Whita
ker. has retired from the ranks of the
United States army where he was a
non-commissioned officer, and been
promoted to the important iosi:ion of
lieutenant of the constabulary al Man
ia in the Philippines. The new . 31ce
places Lieut. Whitaker In direct touch
with the leading officers of the United
States army staton in the far distant
islands and also carries with it a hand
Choose Basketball Captain.
At a meeting of the executive com
mittee of the Davenport high school
Miss Mary Moffatt was elected captain
of the girl's basketball team. Miss
Moffatt is a good player and a favorite
with the girls who are all well pleased
with her election.
Mr3. William Moser Is very ill. with
George Richards has moved into his
Mrs. S. A. Leman is suffering from
a felon on the thumb.
Euirene and Melvin Householder
have returned from St. Anthony's hos
D. L. Finley and family, of Reynolds,
111., spent Sunday with relatives.
Louis Strohmeier and Arthur Roth
were in Muscatine. Iowa, last Friday
Mrs. G. P. Herbert and children, of
Buffalo, Iowa, are visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Simpson, of Edg
lngton, spent Sunday with relatives.
Quite a large number attended the
dinner last week at Mrs. Simeon Rob
erts. A good time was reported.
Ernest Snell has moved into the
property he purchased from George
Mrs. J. C. Burgoyne spent several
days last week with relatives in Rey
nolds. Henry Seeger depart e.l last week
for Belden. Neb., where he expects to
make his future home.
Mrs. R. W. Brookman. of Center
Point, Iowa, with her mother. Mrs.
Schneider, of Taylor Ridge, visited at
the home of J. H. Brookman Sunday.
Rev. Berry, of Joliet. I1L. will preach
at the Baptist church Sunday. Nov. 20.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Are you going to Kansas City or
tho southwest? If so, take the South
west Limited on the C, M. & Su v. at
10:30 p. m., or the early morning train
at 5:30. You will bo assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Cheap rates to SL Louis. Mo., on ac
count of the exposition, via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale dally. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
othce, 329 Main street. Peoria. III. G.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M.
Thangsgiving Via the Rock Island.
On Nov. 23 and 24 the Rock Island
will sell round trip tickets to all points
on their line within 200 miles at
rate of fare and one third. Good foi
return up to and including Nov. 28.
$4.65 to Springfield and Return.
On Nov. 13. 14 and 15 the Rock Isl
and will sell round trip tickets to
Springfield at rate of $4.C5. Good to
return up to Nov. 19.
Wed! Paper Clearance SaJe ;
For the next two weeks we will sell all short lots of
Wall I'ur-r at t rcr cent reduction, at Icks than cost, as
e want to make room for new goods. On all regular pa
per we will make a reduction of 33 1-3 per cent discount.
All work done by us guaranteed to be the best. We have
about 130 rooms of raper e 'ill tH at 91 per room in
the following quantities: 6 ceiling, 10 wall, IS yards bor
der. Paridon & Son,
41 SEi:.TEKTII STKKCT.
Xer 'pboae S2I3. Old 'paoae Valoa 213
II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
H. B. SIMMON,
Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stork SIOOOOl roar Per Ceat latereat Paid oa Uepoalta.
C. J. Larkln. II. H. Cleaveland, H. D. Mack,
J. J. LaVelle. Mary E. Robinson. John Schafer.
IL E. Casteel. E. D. Sweeney. M. S. Heagy,
I D. Madge. II. W. Tremun IL B. Simmon.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the cocjprny. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad
ministrator. GuardUa and Conservator of Estates.
Receive anJ assignee of Insolvent estates. General financial
rent for nm.nililor.li nsrim m n InraVMa anil nthn
Garnishee a Bet.
Several days ago W. T. Snyder,
leader of the union. band and orches
tra which bears his name, secured
Judgment in Justice Hall's court for
$25 and costs, against the Individual
members of the Iroquois club, one o
whom was Pete O'Shaughnessy. Mr.
Snyder had employed the firm of
Chamberlin & Petersen as his legal
representatives and they at once set
about to find a way by which they
might collect the amount of the Judg
ment. By accident or otherwise they
were informed that Mr. O'Shaughnessy
had bet $150 on Judge Wade's election
and that the Dawson end of the bet
was taken by Charles Marcus, clerk
of the board of public works. The
money was alleged to have been placed
In the hands of Paul McSteen as stake
holder. Now Mr. Snyder, through his
attorneys, has garnisheed Mr. McSteen
for the amount he Is supposed to be
holding as stakeholder and have tied
up the full amount until their claim is
paid. The case will be heard before
Justice Hall on the coming Friday.
At her home. 150C West Seventh
street. Monday afternoon, occurred the
death of Mrs. Mary L. A. Tlmm, nee
Peters, acreil -r. vcars Ave mnnth, on,i
i 2C days. Deceased was a native of
; ijermany and had resided in this city
v Ifnr tho ttnet II rcuro Cho la
by two unmarried daughters, Wilhel-
Irnina and Emma Timm.
At the home of his eldest daughter.
Mrs. Clara Soenke. In Blue Grass town
ship. Monday occurred the death of
the well known farmer Theodore
Schlichting. aged G7 years. Death re
sulted from heart stroke.
IX THE SUBURBS.
Andalusia. Nov. 15. Miss Blanche
6 'Reede Is quite 111 with typhoid fover.
Very Low Rates.
Call at the C, R. I. & P. offices and
ask about the very low rates in effect
to a number of points in the south
west and north on Nov. 15 and 22.
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.
C. B. & Q. railway will have on sale
Nov. 23 and 24 round trip tickets for
one and a third fare to all points on
their line within two hundred miles.
Tickets good to return up to and in
eluding Nov. 2S.
Only $18 Round Trip
via Illinois Central. Peoria, III., to San
Antonio, Texas; Houston. Texas; Gal
veston, Texas; Fort Worth, Texas;
Dallas. Texas; New Orleans, La
Vicksburg. Miss., and intermediate
points in Mississippi. Louisiana. Ark'
ansas and Oklahoma, Tuesday, Nov. 22
Return limit, 21 days. Best route to
inspect the cotton and the rice propo
sition. Write us for full information
City ticket office, 329 Main street
G. A. Smith, commercial agent.
Tell your grocer to send a sack of
-Treat your family to a royal breakfast. Don't give them the soggy,
heavv caLea vou pet from common hiirL-vvKar fl-nr
Serve the light, crisp cakes you can make from this good old fashioned jJ 11 Cr ff
uuui . i nv i ii jiu Lusjr iHUKiug uicm ana praise your cookery.
It s a good thing to make others happy. Try u on your family.
Tomorrow morning. . Order the flour today.
Remember the name Wright's Old - Fashioned
A Jo pound sack for cents
CLASH OF JUDGES HITS SHERIFF
Official Fined $2,000 for Refusing to
Obey Old Master's Order.
Jefferson ville, Ind., Nov. 16. Four
fines of $500 each have been ordered
against Sherin Pernott in the circuit
court here by J. K. Marsh, the retiring
judge, when the sheriff refused to obey
Judge Marsh's order to adjourn court
Judge Marsh had found Judge-elect
II. C. Montgomery In charge, and
there was a clash between the judges
as to the time of Montgomery's com
mission taking effect. At last the
sheriff obeyed, but the fines stand.
HE MEANS SCOTT'S
Your doctor says you must
take cod liver oil. Probably he
means Scott's Emulsion be
cause you cannot take the
clear oil; no one can take the
clear oil who needs cod liver
oil. The doctor understands
that and doubtless means
Scott's Emulsion of cod liver
oil which everybody can take
because it is emulsified and
prepared so that it can be
very easily digested by the
most sensitive stomach. Most
everybody likes it.
WtllaoM) 70a m tampU free
SCOTT & EOWXE. 409 Pearl Street. New York.
1905 TME CENTURY MAGAZINE 1905
ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE THE BEST IN 1905?
of His Mission
This will be one
of the most In
of p a o e r s ever
printed In a mae
azine. It tells the
story of Ambas
tions with Km -peror
and It describes
ingly the rela
tions between the
during' the five
years spent by
Mr. White in
GREAT FICTION YEAR
Serial Novels by MRS. ' HUMPHREY WARD
By the Author of
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch"
KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
SHORT-STORY WRITERS FOR 1905
Melville K. Stone,
for 11 years man
ajrer of the great association
which supplies news to most of
the American papers, will tell
the story of the Associated Press
for Century readers In 190ri.
Price, $4 a Year.
Subscriptions may begin at any
time. Published by THE CEX
TURY. COMPANY, Union Square.
Ruth McEniry Stuart
Kate Douglas Wiggin
John Luther Long
Herbert D. Ward
E. W. Townsend
Will N. Harben
and many others
Great Inventions Described by Their
Illustrated papers telling' the story of
The Air-Brake. by George Westing
The Arc-Light, by Charles F. Brush.
Electric Traction, by Frank J.
Authoritative articles on the Telephone,
Klectric Light. Kto.
w i t h illustra
iitnliT the eonn-
r;itlin of the
architects . the
new NiivhI Afiid
my. the N" e w
tiouMe and l'tihlie
Library, the new
' it n it r e s s i o n a 1
b it i 1 il I n k n in
buildings, with a
ies on t Ii e fa
mous hotels of
.'tiii-s (j'tt-rin ami
cles bearing upon
the Japanese war
will appear from
time to time not
accounts of bat
tles, but Inter
on the eastern
. Art, Science, Travel, Eto. ' -
The-Oentury makes a specialty i1
superb color work, and the finest
ever seen In a magazine will ap
pear during the coming year. All
of the Kreat artists will contrib
ute to The Uentury and there will
be many articles on popular sci
ence, such as "Fossil Wonders of
the West." "The New Method of
Purifying Water." Prof. Kussell
H. Chittenden, of Yale on"lCcono
my In Food."
1 MOLUIE MENTION.
Plan an Entertainment.
A concert and dance has been plan
ned for Friday evening, Nov. 18, by
the entertainment committee of the
Moline club and invitations to mem
bers have been mailed. The concert
is to be given by the "Musical Hoyles'
orchestra and popular entainers of
Chicago,. who claim to have the finest
light orchestra in the northwest. The
program will include readings by
Frances Pogle'Hoyle, as well as the
musical numbers, and a danca ,viil fol
low the program.
Officials to Des Moines.
. Chief of Police Kittilsen. Chief
Hawk, of the fire department, and Aid.
Will Johnson are away for Des Moines
to inspect the workings of police and
fire boxes in an exhibition of a Mil
waukee company which is making a
demonstration at the state firemen's
convention. The police boxes will be
subjected to a test of 500 volts to dem
onstrate that they will carry that great
a current without damaging the boxes,
Tollenaere & Martens, the well-
known firm in the shoe business on
the bluff, have dissolved partnership.
Mr. Tollenaere continues the business,
Leo Martens selling his interest.
Steal a March.
Miss Claudia Johnson and John L.
Hammerrich stole a march on their
friends yesterday and went to Rock
Island, where they were married. Then
they departed for St. Louis to spend
their honeymoon. The ceremony was
performed before 7 o'clock at the par
sonage of Grace Lutheran church, Rev,
C. E. Hoffsten reading the service. The
bride's sisters, the Misses Emma and
Mabel Johnson, and a sister of the
groom, Mrs. E. W. Tilson. and husband
were in attendance. The bride was one
of the popular teachers at the Lincoln
school, resigning last spring. The
groom is employed as cashier at the
Moline Plow company's. They will
make their home with the bride's fath
er this winter at 1155 Twelfth avenue.
Is Grand Outer Sentinel.
Capt. X. E. Munson. of Canton Mo
line, No. 60, of Patriarchs Militant of
the Odd Fellows, received a telegram
from Lieut. Oscar Youngren. at Spring
field, to the effect that Grand High I
Priest Seckner. now succeeding to the
office of grand patriarch, has appoint
ed Mr. Youngren as grand outer sen
tinel of the Illinois department. There
are only three appointive offices to be
given out, and it is a great honor to
Moline that this city has been singled
out for the honor, which is in recog
nition of Moline's strength in Odd Fel
lowship and the activity manifest
among local members of the patri
News of the death of another long
time highly respected resident of this
county comes by wire from Upland,
Neb., when Chris Mason, of South Mo
line, received a message from his
brother Fritz announcing the death of
their father, who was 77 years of age.
Mr. Mason, who came from Denmark
and settled in South Moline township
some forty-five years ago, went to Ne
braska to visit his son Fritz some
three weeks ago. He was in his usual
health, and news of his death eomes as
a surprise. . Mrs. Mason, the wife of
deceased, passed away in August, 1901.
The family name was Madson. but it
has been Anglicised into Mason. Mr.
Mason leaves three sons: Chris, In
Moline; Peter, in Minnesota, and Fritz,
in Nebraska. The remains will be
brought hither for interment, and tho
funeral will take place from the farm
stead in South Moline tomorrow afternoon.
Woman Called Will Forger.
Topeka, Kans., Nov. 1C. Mrs. Mary
E. Cartwright. prominent and wealthy,
was arrested last night on the charge
of forging a will. Several months ago
D. J. Spencer died. leaving a valuable
estate, but, it is alleged, no will. Mrs
Cartwright produced one giving her
and save a fit of sickness by having;
Beecham's Pills in the house and
taking one when you first notice
anything- going- wrong. You will
feel well, look well and keep well
if you will learn to use
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and ZGc
Get Our Free Book First
You can't afford to
buy a range until you
know all about a
Monarch. Ask ua for
tba book; STATE H
you intend to buy. and
we will aend also a act
of Measuring Spoons,
Ualleable Iron Range Co.
bmtr Uamt. WUcoattm.
LThe Monarch Kange is a
specialty make nothing
else in the Monarch factory
made only one way the
very best they know how
that's different and
better than anybody else.
The large number made by
workmen who do nothing
else is why Monarch good
ness is so reasonable in
Sized and arranged to suit famCy needs in city or country, also lot hotels and public Institution,
Malleable frames make joints tight without stove putty.
W. S. HOLBROOK. Davenport, Iowa.