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TOE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUEYi 071503;
THREE IN A BOAT
Lads to Drowning of Charles
Bergholz Near Water-town.
CRAFT WAS OVERLOADED
Twer of Occupant Attempt to. Swim
... . Ashore and Tatality Follows.-
Going boat riding in a frail skiff was
fatal to Charles E. Bergholz, of East
.Moline and nearly cost the lives of two
companions this morning. Bergholz,
in company with Reuben Heckeson and
another young man namt-d Miller,
started up tue river from East Molisi
in a small boat about 9 o'clock this
morning. The wind, made the river
rough and the heavy load Bet the craft
low In the water. , ,
About a mile below Watertown the
boat began to fill( and it was evident
it could no longer carry all three men.
Consequently Bergholz and Miller got
out Into the water to swim ashore,
leaving Heckeson to bring the boat in.
Strangles ta Wave.
Miller had no trouble in making pro
gress, but Bergholz soon strangled and
it was evident he could not swim far.
Miller, observing his distress went to
his assistance and endeavored to get
him baok to the boat. Not until the
drowning man had taken him under
water twice did he break away and
save himself. Bergholz went down the
third time and was not seen afterward.
Miller and Heckeson managed, by us
ing the boat, to get ashore.
A party at once organized to search
for the remains but up to a late hour
this afternoon they had not been re
covered. Tin- drowned man was " years of
age and made his home with his broth
er, Albert, at East Moline. He was a
painter by trade.
court today and ordered committed to
the hospital for insane at Watertown.
The condition of her mind Is attributed
to typhoid fever with which the patient
was ill about four years ago. Since
that time her mind has been failing.
DEPUTY TREASURER RESIGNS
Jesse Hutchinson Leaves Work in the
Jesse A. Hutchinson, who has been
serving as deputy county treasurer un
der Day id Lyon, has resigned bis posi
tion, his resignatiqn having taken el
ect Saturday night. He has not an
nounced what he will do in the future,
nor has his successor been appointed
Mr. Hutchinson was an accomodating
assistant in the office, and his friends
in the county building regret his depar
BURNED WITH TAR
Runs Over Face, Neck and
Shoulders by Accident.
John Logan, acting switch foreman
of the Milwaukee in Rock Island in
the absence of Charles Hunter, the
regular foreman, met with a painful
accident yesterday at his home in Dav
enport. He was making some repairs
on the roof of his home, using hot tar.
As he was mounting a ladder with a
bucket of the hot material, he slipped.
The contents of the bucket was over
turned onto his shoulders and face.
He was able to work today, though hi
burns pained him considerably.
lvrinda Lynn, 2M0 Eighth-and a-half
avenue was declared insane in county
Perfect In quality.
Modorato In price.
EXCURSION STEAMER HERE
J. 8. Makes Three Trips to Muscatine
From Rock Island.
The steamer J. S. arrived today, and
tomorrow will carry three separate ex
cursions to Muscatine from, this city.
This evening the steamer will take ex
cursion trips to Suburban park, and
will also carry passengers to the isl
and resort Wednesday and Thursday.
The W. W. yesterday took a large ex
cursion to Clinton, under the auspices
of the Independent Order of Vikings,
To the young vandals or ill-disposed
creatures that frequent Long view park
after dark and interfere with the tem
porary seating arrangements that had
been made there for a concert, which
should have been held there last Friday
evening, but owing to the rain had to
be postponed until Friday, July 7:
Now, then, the chairs and tables will
remain Just where I have placed them,
instead of having them kicked down
the hill by this, young element (man
of mature years would not think of do
ing such a thing). I further give no
tice that anyone who interferes with
the property of the park will be ap
prehended, and if it should be neces
sary I will camp upon the ground until
the guilty person or persons are caught
in the act. C. F. QAETJER.
July 2d, 3d and 4th
SI Round Trip
Between Davenport and Clinton.
50 Cents Round Trip
TO MISSISSIPPI PARK FROM DAV
ENPORT OR CLINTON.
TICKETS GOOD TO RETURN UN
TIL JULY 10.
H. & B. RAILWAY
FIREWORKS AT MISSISSIPPI
PARK JULY 4. FINE PLACE TO
SPEND THE DAY. .FARE ON CARS
INCLUDES ADMISSION TO PARK.
TRY IT AND TELL YOUR
FRIENDS HOW YOU ENJOYED THE
TO DETROIT, MICH.
William C. Robb, Jr., Crmes to Accom
pany Body of Father to His Form-,
er Home No Services.
Wiliiam C. Robb, Jr., arrived in
Rock Island yesterday noon to take
charge of the remains of his father.
Wliliam C. Robb, who was accidentally
killed in. the C. B. & Q. railway yards
Saturday morning while attempting to
get off a moving passenger train. The
remains were shipped last evening to
Detroit, where burial will be made. No
funeral services were held in Rock
Island. Hundreds of friends and fel
low workers at the arsenal visited the
Wheelan morgue Saturday and Sunday
to view the remains, until it was neces
sary to close the casket.
Shonrr aad roalrr toalsati Taeaaar,
A literal of aaaaaal tateaaltjr ta oa
tral aver weatera I una. nkfre the
pressures are Iraa thaa 2V.3 laraea.
Showera aad tauadrratorma have oe-
carrea la all arrtloaa eaat of the Rocky
ntonatalaa, except aloaK the eaat srulf
aad extreme aouth Atlaatle eoaata. A
ralafall of S-22 laehea la reported from
terest. 2, local labor given employ
ment. 3. you help a deserving family
to acquire a home and aid in the city's
Young & McCombs" main store will
be closed all day tomorrow. Fireworks
and sporting goods of all kinds can be
found tomorrow at branch store 1707
Second avenue. Buford block.
FIRE IN MOFTSKER STORE
Hole Burned in Floor of Workshop By
Charcoal Sunday Night.
A small fire was discovered yester
day evening at C:25 o'clock in the
workshop in tb; rear of the John T
N'oftsker hardware store, 1811 Second
avenue, by the watchman. A charcoal
stove had been emptied into a wash
boiler standing on the floor Saturday
evening. The fire evidently smoldered
until last evening, when the floor was
set ablaze. The damage was nominal
only a small hole being burned in the
floor. The Central hose company was
summoned by telephone, and with a
few buckets of water the fire was
quickly put out.
Kaaaaa City, Ma., ..d 1M9 lachea fell memory for some time was a
! 1 1 , v, i v. , . ii i .
t Norfolk, Va. Clear weather
prevalla la the eonthweat, the Rocky
mouatala realoa, aad over the Paelae
It la warm from the eeatral valleys
eastward to the Atlaatle roaat. bat eool
weather ta following- the eaatward
movemeat of the w eat era atenn. It
will he cooler la thla aectloa tonight.
J. M. SHEKIER, Observer.
7 a. bi., 71 ; at 3:30
Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy.
Only a few years ago it was considered good form
to encase the sink in wood thereby concealing the trap,
making it inaccessible and offering a
place for the collection of filth and
If this condiooa exists in your
household, let us remedy the trouble
ly installing a snowy white
"JStaasiatHl" Porcelain Enameled
Kitchen Sink. Our work is satis
factory and prices right.
CHANNON & DUFF A
11 vea avereateratb. Street.
Insure with McKee.
aibia lighted delighted.
Zazaro is there, call for It.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
TrI-City Towel Supply company.
Go to Muscatine on J. S. July 4th.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
ree trips to Muscatine,. J. S. July
Take a trip to Muscatine on the J.
S. July 4th.
All union barber shops will be closed
all day July 4th.
See the monster balloon ascension at
the Watch Tower tomorrow.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
Keep your eye on the sky for the
monster balloon Fourth of July.
See the balloon ascension at the
Tower at 4:3o o'clock tomorrow.
W. H. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746.
Don't miss the moving pictures and
band concerts at the Tower tomorrow.
Big balloon ascension at Black Hawk
Watch Tower the Fourth. Don't miss
Biggest jump on record Prof.
Swartz leaps from the clouds July 4 at
the Watch Tower.
You can go to Muscatine on steamer
J. S. any time July 4th, leaves 8:30 a
m., 2:30 p. m., and 8 p. m.
Monthly deposits in the Rock Island
Mutual Building. Loan & Savings Asso
ciation earn seven per cent.
Fireworks of all kinds tomorrow at
Young & McCombs' branch store, 1707
Second avenue, Buford block.
All kinds of refined amusements at
the Tower tomorrow. No rowdyism.
no intoxicants allowed on the grounds.
Plenty of refined amusements of all
kiuds at the Tower tomorrow. Fill
your baskets and spend the day there.
Subscribe for stock in the 25th anni
versary series of the Hock Island Mu
tual Building, Ixan & Savings associa
tion. Judge E. C. Graves this afternoon
convened the circuit court, for the
purpose of calling the docket for this
term of court.
Young & ; .McCombs' Ffore will be
closed all tay tomorrow. Fireworks
can be bought at 17o7 Second avenue,
on the- Fourth, however.
The steamer Columbia will make an
afternoon excursion to Muscatine and
return Saturday. July 8, at 4:15 p. m.
Fare, only 50 cents round trip.
Three excursions to Muscatine July
4th on steamer J. S. leaves Rock Isl
and 8:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m . and 8 p. m.
Fare only 50 cents round trip.
Have you decided where to spend
the Fourth? You cannot find a more
delightful spot than the Tower. Plenty
of refined amusements of all kinds.
Have your clothes cleaned, pressed
and repaired by Real & Schmltt; Illi
nois theatre building. They make a
specialty of doing this kind of work.
Phone 716 L.
Spend a pleasant afternoon and eve
ning on the steamer Columbia to Mus
catine and return Saturday, July 8 at
4:15 p. m.. returns at 10: 3u p. m. Fare,
round trip. 50 cents.
Photographs at reduced prices for
30 days ouly; $5 per dozen photos at
$3; $4 per dozen photos at 2.50. Best
finish, all work guaranteed, E. N. Kerr,
1807-s Second avenue.
Kill three .irds with one stone by
making monthly deposits in The Rock
Island Mutual Building;. Loan & Sav
ings Association, 1, a high rate of in-
ENDS HIS LIFE IN A CHURCH
Wisconsin Man Hangs Himself in Cel
lar at Whltefish Bay.
Milwaukee, July 2. J. D. Langley
chose the furnace-room of the Metho
dist church at Whltefish bay as the
place in which to hang himself yester
day. Three months ago he was picked
up unconscious on the street. His
He had been a railroad brakeman, and
at one time appeared before a congres
sional committee for a New York
manufacturers-' association which he
Americans Get Little.
London. July 3. The American ath
letes contesting for the amateur ath
letic association championships at
Stamford bridge Saturday took but one
event, the 220-yard dash. It was won
by H. A. Hyman by three yards from
Jupp, the holder of the championship,
Hyman's time being :22 2-5. The Indi
vidual form of the Americans Is con
ceded' to be the equal of the other com
petitors, but bard luck appeared their
Gotch to Take Long Rest.
Humboldt. Iowa. July 3. Frank
Gotch, ex-champion catch as-eatch-can
wrestler of -America has returned to
Humboldt, his old home, for three
months of simple life in order to get
in shape for hard training next fall
and his match with Tom Jenkins. He
and those well informed aie confident
of victory over the present champion
under sportsmanlike conditions.
Special Meeting of Central League.
South Bend. Ind.. July 3. A meeting
of the directors of the Central league
will be held at Dayton July 10. Pres
ident Carson is .determined tp make
the members .of the league live' tip to
the rules in regard to the salary limit.
Carson also will request the magnates
to make known their position in regard
to his rulings in reference to umpires.
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THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
of Eyes by
Things You Can Put Right on,
all Ready for Wear
White Wash Suits
THE demand for these amounts to almost a
craze. The display is very complete
Handsome white suits,
waUt with full em
broidered front skirt
with embroidery Inser
tion, not 15 00. to
but Just ?O.V
Exquisite French lawn
. suits, skirt and . waist
finished with French
knots, not J A&
$7.60. only ...D.iJ
These are sample items only. The beauty of
the many styles we show and the range of
prices are certain to charm and satisfy.
"L IFTY pieces fancy lawns, neat Dresden de
signs, all day Monday, 34c yd. Only one dress
pattern to a customer,
A Monday Upheav
al in tho Ohirt
MONDAY morning at 9 .00
111 o'clock sharp, wb will
75 Waists worth 11.09
60 Waists, worth from
$1.60 to $00 at
60 Children's Dresses worth
from 75c to $1.60 at
The perfect fitting Earllngr-
ton $1.00 Negligee shirts, all
the new summer 1905 Q
styles, Monday OiC
TIQ LOT of new rQbon tab col
lars. In Persian designs, silk
embroidered dots on linen and silk.
Roman stripes, eto.j all made up,
ready to wear, very jsipecial Olt
at 15c. l9o and .L XJC
WISS, embroidered white
lurn-over couara, ten aainiy
designs all day
Mondax. 3c eachi wC
as i y 1 -
fNTAY ' and until sold 100
fancy Silk Parasols In great as
sortment of colors and styles, were
$3.00. $2.50 and $2.00. all go A a
while they last at ipJL.HO
60 Children's Fancy Parasols, some
slightly soiled, values up to 76c. all
sold M .JLDC
SOME late arrivals from that big purchase
of hand bags added to those on hand will
make the sale more attractive than ever. All
these new and up-to-date real leather hand
bags are in 4 big bargain lots. We repeat
LOT 1 Ladies' Hand
Bags worth up to "TQ
LOT 2 Ladles' Hand
Bags, selling at $2.60 to
LOT 8 Ladles'
Bags, worth up
to $3.00 for . ..?X.1X
LOT 4 Ladles' Hand
Bags selling at $3.60 to
"piVE hundred pieces Sash Ribbons, hair ribbons
A and girdle ribbons, plain and dainty flowered
designs at special prices for the Fourth, up to
Inches wiae. for. yard
19c, 12 He, and
And you will be satisfied of
our bargain supremacy. Mon
No. 8 size china covered vegetable
dishes, assorted floral decorations,
gold lined handles. Monday QI7
while they last, only "c
To attract sharp attention to the
best line of ' scrubbing brushes in
the west, we offer for Monday, good
site solid back scrub 3
Best quality toilet paper, A
per pacliago, 10c, 7o and
Clothes pins, first
quality, per dosen l
The best house brooms at these
prices. $6c, 33c, 1 O.
29c. 26o and lC
Coffee mlllB, that grind coffee with
perfect satisfaction, each Ol
69c, 45c. 29c and X,OC
Toilet sets, 6. 10 and 12 piece, latest
designs, at per set, CI AT
$13.60 to 1.4
Our stock of the celebrated Green
Label paints, varnishes, enamels,
bronies, brushes, all sizes, ts very
complete, and is sold at prices
Which have made this department
famous, also headquarters for Jap-a-lac
Everyone knows Jap-a-lac
and everybody uses It.
TtfEN'S 60c neckties, new bows
and four-in -hands, to wear
with the soft shirts. 24 no
Cos., Monday at OOC
A LL DAY MONDAY. Ladies'
Fancy Hose, r
Broken line of Ladies' 50c Imported
Fancy, White and Black Lisle Hose,
some slightly soiled, until OQ
T?OR Monday. 60 pairs of wo
men's tan Russia calf ox
fords, nearly all sixes.
$8.60 value, at
Y"ATER Wuigs for bathers.
can't sink with these . .
Bathing Caps protect
the hair. 47c, 2Sc and
Smith's Ideal Toilet
Creme Marquise for tan
Toilet Cream for the
Silk Belts, black and rr
colors: SDeclal Mondav Z DO
Buster Brown Patent Leather Belts,
black and f
colors , IUC
Embroidered Wash O
Back Combo, .tc.
Handsome Shell Back
mounted In gilt and
J Pretty Pearl Bead
Bishop Stricken as He Speaks.
Minneapolis, July 3. Rev. I. W
Joyce, bishop of the Methodist church
for the dioeese of Minnesota, sustain
ed a cerebral hemorrhage, followed by
an attack of paralysis, while address
ing a meeting at Red Rook yesterday
The condition of the bishop, who is CD
years old, is serious.
Drowns In Hennepin.
Sterling III.. July 3. Lyle Osborn
was drowned Saturday night in the
Hennepin canal, it being the first
drowning so far recorded in that water
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of Suffering.
"I'wl&bto say a few words in praise
of Chamberlain's Cholio, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy." says Mrs. Matlie
Burge. of Martinsville. Va. "I suffered
from chronic diarrhoea for ten years
and during that time tried various med
icines without obtaining any relief.
I.ast summer one of my children was
taken with cholera morbus, and I pro
cured a bottle of this remedy. Only
two doses were required to give her
entire relief. I then decided to try
the medicine myself, and did not use
ail of one bottle before I was well and
I have never since been troubled with
that complaint. One cannot say too
much in favor of that wonderful medi
cine," This remedy is for sale by all
Three Good and Just Reasons.
There are three reasons why moth
ers prefer One Minute Cough Cure:
First, because it is absolutely harm
less; second. It tastes good children
love it; third. It cures coughs, croup
and whooping cough when other rem
edies fail. Sold by all druggists.
Chicago, July 3. Following are the
market quotations today:
No receipts or estimated receipts of
grain given on account of exchange be
ing closed. Hogs 3i,000; cattle, 15,
000; sheep, 21,000.
Hog market opened strong 5 to 10c
higher. Light, 5.3565.57; mixed and
butchers. 5.30ft 5.C5; good heavy. 5.1&
5.C5; rough heavy. 5.150 5.37.
Cattle market opened strong 10 to
Sheep market opened weak to l'x
Hogs at Omaha. 4,500; cattle, 1,700;
bogs at Kansas City, 5,000; cattle,
U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong to 5010c higher. Light. 5.3iCt
5.60: mixed and butchers, 5.304J5.C5;
good heavy, 5.1505.65; rough heavy,
5.1505.35. . is
Cattle market strong 10 to 15c high
er Beeves, 3.75rG.35; cows and heif
ers, 1.254.C0; stockers and feeders,
Sheep market weak to 10c lower.
Hog market closed weak with about
half of ealy advance lost. Mixed and
butchers, 5.3O05.CO; good heavy, 5.15
(J5.C0; rough heavy, 5.15 5.35.
Cattle market closed strong to 10f?
Sheep market closed weak.
New York Stocks.
New York, July C. Sugar 139. Gas
105, C. R. I. & P. 2'3, Southern Pa
cific C534, B. & O. 114, Atchison com
mon 85. Atchison preferred 102.
C, M. & St. P. 178Vi. Manhattan 165.
Copper 82. W. U. Tel. Co. 93. N. Y.
Central 147. L. & N. 150, C. &. A.
35, Reading common 1027&. Canadian
Pacific 152'4. B. R. T. 72. Pacific
Mall 44. IT. S. Steel preferred 101.
IT. S. Steel common 33. Fenna 142.
Missouri Pacific 100. Union Pacific
129. Coal and Iron 87. Krie com
mon 47. Wabash preferred 40, C. &
O. W. 20. Illinois Central 1CC, Car
Foundry 35, Republic Steel common
20, Republic Steel preferred 80, Metro
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fusl.
Rock Island, July 3. Following are
the wholesale quotations la the local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 19cfo21c; dairy,
Eggs Fresh, 140 16c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3
per dozen; hens, per lb., 7c09c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 40e345c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 42043c, oats 32033c.
Forage Timothy hay $9,500 $10.50,
prairie $8, straw $60 $7.
Wood Hard, per load, 14.50015.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13014c, slack,
per bushel, 8 to 9c.
Cattle Steers, $3,000 $4.75; cows
and heifers, $2.00 $4.00; calves, $3.00
Hoga Mixed and butchers, $4,500
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4,500
$5.50; lambs. $5 $6.
ICE CREAM SODA
At 5c per Class
And all kinds of home made
candies ga to
Coin Palace of Sweets
317 Twentieth Street
Ice cream by the pint, quart or
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ALL THE TIME AT ALL THE
FIXTURES AND AT A MINI
THIS "IDEAL" TANK HEATER
REQUIRES SO LITTLE FUEL
AND ATTENTION TO KEEP
YOUR HOT WATER TAN r "GOOD
AND HOT" THAT YOU WILL
NEVER NOTICE IT.
GET OUR ESTIMATE ON THE
COST OF PUTTING IN ONE.
DO IT NOW.
IN COMMEMORATION OF ITS TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
The Rook Island Mutual
Building, Loan and Savings Association
f Invites Subscriptions to Its 93d series of stock as a testimonial of
j appreciation of the public service heretofore rendered in providing ov
j er sixteen hundred citizens with homes and as a pledg of coopers
tion on the part of investors in an effort to meet the present pressing
i demands for additional homes.
T Our conservative plan Is to limit loans to small amounts. With 30
per cent margin, and to local homo owners exclusively.
h Earnings 7 per cent on monthly payments. 5 per cent on paid uo i
THE OLDEST 8AVING3 INSTITUTION IN THE CITY, t
E. H. GUVER, Secretary,
Office Mitchell A Lynde Block