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TTTK SATUHDAY, JULY 15, 1905.
BY PLANTATION CO.
Corporations Hat Holdings in Mexico
Permanent Offices Located in
The Rock Island Tropical Planta
tion company perfected Its organiza
tion and elected officers at a meeting
held in the Rock Island bouse this
morning, where permanent quarters
are located. The officers are as follows:
President Hon. M. O. Williamson
Vice President Dr. II A. Edlen, o!
Second Vice President Col. J. N.
Williams of Chicago.
Secretary Prof. V. O. Peterson of
Chicago; Prof. V
'ol. Jonathan Merriatr
M. O. Williamson,
. O. Pet'-rson. Rork
Ieland; Dr. C. K. Taylor. Rock Island;
Col. J. N". Williarrs. Chicago; Dr. E. A.
Kdlen. Moline; Dr. C. (J. Johnson,
Galesburg; A. P. Carrico, Chicago; O.
L. Peterson. Moline.
Hrunot Hailey, of Oak Park, formerly
a rsiierit of this city has been ap
j)uinl-d saifs agent of the company.
The holdings of this corporation arf
In Mexico. It was for the purpose or
giving his full attention to that propo
sition that Prof. V. O. Peterson resign
ed his position on h faculty of Augus
taria college, with which he had been
i-onnecud for It; years.
Knlr nBh ,lth warmer Xtimlwyj
larrrflklnK Imidinriw. with irolll
hvnrri "! mrinr.
Wnrmrr nrnthrr prevnllw In Ihr lonfr
Mllirl nllr nnil ll;htly cooler III
Ibr rnatrrn mtr. I"l Kolnff, Arl..
rrort Ihr limnl triiipretBrf In the
rmintr;, lis l-nrer. nnl It In rrlutltrl
'Mil thin innrniuK mrr Ihr lake rr(tlnn.
II-!a It ) hltcli ltnronieler prevail
frm the k f to Ibr itrrtit lnke, with
Ihr hlKhml. :tft.3H liirhr. over Snnlt lr
lnrle. tnnlhrr Mull ireture of Wnn -
Irnl titrrllrM mintbnrlrru ( oliirnili).
Arena of low prrnxurr nrr eenlrnl over
Idaho mid North Dnknlu umA Mnnllohn.
Shonrrn lmc fsilleu mrr Ihr tlan-ll-
!! t rrKlon, I'tnh find In Ihr north
nriit mill of thr lliii klra. 'I hr hen lent
full occurred In Ihr llrd rlvrr vnllej.
Devil's Inkr reporting m full of
Ini-hra. '. K. KU I HI1K.II.
Triuprrnlurr nl 7 ft. m.. 7 nl 3iIM
p. in., IMt.
Insure with McKee.
Zlbla lighted delighted.
Zazaro ia there, call for it.
Huy a home of Reidy Pros.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For fire insurance, see Pleasant F.
Nice tomatoes at the Harris & lies
Attend the Retail Clerks' excursion
to Muscatine tomorrow.
Retail Clerks' excursion for Musca
tine at !'::'. Sunday morning.
Clemann K- Sal.mann hae received
a shipment of Morris chairs.
Ice cream and lee cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
W. II. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 674C.
T. F. Kgan. practical and scientific
horse shoer. rear of LilS Seventeenth
If you wo ild have you clothes "jus
right." g't tlx m at Gtutafou
I Ia .
A hurry up sale on dies goods A
unique sale. See McCabe's ad. Select
Reidy Iiros. are offering a appeal
bargain in a 9 room dwelling. Call for
The first annual picnic of the bar
tenders' union, local Hr-1"1, will be hMd
ISLAND CITY PARK
Sunday'. Monday and
Game called at 3:45
(SUNDAY, 3 O'CLOCK.)
at Huber's garden Sunday. July 16.
Dancing afternoon and evening. Ev
Petersen's band concert at the
Watch Tower are becoming more pop
ular each week.
See the list of new films in ad on
this page, to be shown lit the Watch
Tower next week.
Don't Miss the Retail Clerks excur
sion to Muscatine tomorrow. Boat
leaves at 9: So a. m.
Special July Bale of sheets, pillow
cases and bed spreads at McCabe's.
which will make lively selling.
Mr and Mrs. David Knittle. 101G
Third avenue, have been mide happy
by the arrival of a m-pound son.
Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes, only
place in town you can get them, to
night is at Harris & Hess company s.
A fine bill of moving pictures has
been prepared for tomorrow evening
and all next week at the Watch Tower.
Don't miss the moving pictures at
the Watch Tower next week. See the
list beginning tomorrow evening, in
ad on this page.
A misses' and children's ready-made
dress sale for next week ai McCabe's.
which will make you wish you had
been an early buyer.
Moonlight excursion July 17 on
steamer W. W. given by the Swedish
Lutheran church of Moline. Ladies, 2d
cents, gents G5 cents.
A nnimie sale of dress eoods. values
11.12 to $1.50 oer vard. reduced from
98 cents Monday to 4S cents per yard
for Saturday at McCabe's.
Tomatoes, did you say? The only
grocery store in the three cities where
they are to be had is the Harris &
Hess company, plenty, too.
At the clothing store where there is
a reputation to be upheld is the place
where you will get goods of merit. 1 hat
store is Uustafson & Hayes'.
A biz deal in men's underwear and
hosiery, which lands some magnifi
cent bargains on McCabe's counters
that will be the talk of the town.
Wait for the fast and safe steamer
Columbia which will give an afternoon
xcursion to Muscatine July 2 leav
ing at 3:o p. m., returning at 10:30.
Kxnert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scaln given by Mrs. Sol I?vi. "'.'.0 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 59.
Clemann & Salzmann's big display
of couches has been increased by a
large shipment which has been put on
the floor. When you buy, huy at neau-
xiit. steamer Columbia will give an
other of those delightful afternoon ex
cursions to Muscatine Saturday, July
2, leaving at ;'.:." p. m. Only 50 cents
Cnstoof Zooroort. CharlH Mavhardt,
Honorc De Saur, Julius Strobbe and
mil Van Heuke were arrested and
fined for engaging in a saloon brawl
Have your clothes cleaned, pressed
and reDaired by Beal & Scbmitt. Illi
nois theatre building. They make a
specialty of doing this kind of work.
Relatives have received information
that Frank Chambers, son of H. CI.
Chambers, of South Rock Island, ami
Miss Lily Owens, of Ies Moines. Iowa,
were married at Muscatine Wednes
day. Picnic excursion to Lin wood park
Monday. July 17, on steamer W. W.,
under the auspices of the Memorial
Christian church Sunday school. Boat
leaves Rock Island at 9 and Davenport
at 9::0 a. m. Return at 7 p. m. Round
trip, adults 25 cents, children 15 cents.
Fleet rical Workers' union. No. 27S,
members of which are still on strike
for a new scale in the three cities, will
give a benefit dance next Wednesday
evening. July at 1819 Second av
enue. Some new features are promis
ed. The receipts will be turned into
the funds of the union to aid in carry
ing on the strike.
Two Falls Out of Three in Catch-as-Catch-Can
Match in Des Moines
Jack Carey, better known here as
Charles Olson or Harry Mayes, defeat
ed Doc Fillmore in Des Moines last
night in a catch-as-catch-can wrestling
match by two falls out of three. Fill
more won the first fall and Carey got
the other two, the second in 8 minutes
and 4 seconds and the third in 9 min
utes. "Farmer" Burns was the referee.
Carey will probably again say that
if they lost their money it was their
own fault, as he told them all the time
he was going to win the match. That
was the consolation he gave the Bur
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
Mrs. Mary A. Nagle, aged S2. died
at 2:15 this morning of dropsy at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Fink,
413 Twentieth street. While Mrs. Na
gle has been ill since January, she had
not been bedfast, and her death was
quite a shock to the family. She came
to Rock Island a few weeks ago from
Wichita, Kans., to make her home with
Mrs. Nagel, whose maiden name
was Mary A. Bennett, was born in Co
lumbia county, Pennsylvania. March 5,
1S23. Her early life was spent in Co
lumbia county and at Highsville. Pa.,
where she was married April C, 1843.
Her husband died something over 30
years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Nagle came
west 50 years ago, settling in Winne
bago county. Illinois. They resided
there for many years, Mrs. Nagle going
to Wichita to live with a son several
Besides her daughter, Mrs. Fink,
there are three other children, eignt
grandchildren, and two great grand
children, who survive the venerable
woman. The children are Grear Na
gle, Wichita. Kans.; Edward Nagle.
Deep River, Iowa, and Mrs. E. C. Pratt,
The remains will be taken to Davis,
Monday morning, for burial by the
side of Mr. Nagle. No funeral services
will be conducted in Rock Island.
The funeral of Ricnard Wareham
will be held tomorrow afternoon at
2:30 o'clock from the residence, 3021
Fifth avenue. Rev. W . S. Marquis,
nastor of Broadway Presbyterian
church, will conduct the services. Mem
bers of the Knights of Pythias, and ot
Ca mn 2f. M. W. A., will be in attend
ance. Burial will take place at Chip-
Private funeral services were con
ducted yesterday afternoon over the
remains of S. M. Swallow, at the
home, 613 Ninth street. Rev. K. B.
Williams, pastor of the First M. K.
church conducted the services, which
were brief and simple. Burial took
place at Chippiannock cemetery.
The funeral of John Aster will be
held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the residence. Interment will take
place in Chippiannock cemetery. Rock
Island lodge. No. 18. I. O. O. F.. of
which deceased was a member, will
participate in the ceremonies.
Thr. wilt of the late Henry S. 'Beeney,
of Drury, was admitted to probate yes
terday afternoon by Judge Parmemer.
It bequeaths all the personal property
to his wife, Cornelia, and also gives
her the use of the real estate. At her
death the property is to be sold and
the proceeds divided, three-fourths go
ing to the sons. William S. Beeney.
Henrv S. Beeney and John W. Beeney.
I The remaining fourth is to be placed at
interest, and the income given to a
daughter. Effie Wilder.
The Va 'hpse was in and out and the
Sidney. Columbia, and W. W. went
Dangr. H'gt. Ch'ge.
llne.S am. 24 hrs
Stations Feet. Feet. Feet
St. Paul 14 HO 0.3
Red Wing 14 10 5 .2
Reeds landing 12 .l 0.2
La Crosse 12 1.S 0.0
P. du Chien 1 11 '"
Dubuque IS 12.0 :0.2
Le Claire 1 :
Rock Island 15 0 4 0.0
Des Moines Rapids ... 5.5 0.1
Keokuk 15 '.'9 0.3
St. U.uis 30 25.8 :0.4
Kansas City 21 1S.7 17
chautauqua" draws well
Good Lectures Given Change of Pro
gram for Monday.
Ixirge audiences are greeting the
speakers at the Moline chautauqua af
ternoons and evenings. Last evening
sn instructive address on "Zero Abso
lute' was given by Prof. J. E. Wood
land and tonight Hon. William I. Nolen
gives a humorous lecture. A complete
change of attractions is pchduled for
Attention, Knights of Pythias.
Member of St. Paul I-odge. No. 107.
Kn'.ghts of Pvthfas. are Instructed to
meet at the home of the late Sir Knight
Richard Wan ham. 3i21 Fifth avenue,
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to at
tend the funeral. All other Knights
are invited to participate.
FRANK LARSON, C. C.
Begin Next Week.
It was announced at Monmouth yes
terday tiiat the laying of rails on the
Rock Inland Southern between Gales
burg and Monmouth will begin next
Chicago. July 15. Following are the
market quotations today:
July. 80-. fc6,i. $.
September. 844. S37. 84' ,.
Iheeniber. Si4. 84. S3-. 91'fe.
July. 50, 57. 50. 57.
September, 543, 55, 54. 55'.
December, 47, 48H, 47 'i, 47V
July, 32',, 32'i, 32. 32'g.
September. 30. 30i, 30',. 3'.
December, 31, 31, 3u, 3'7.
July. 12 75, 12.75. 12 75, 12.S0.
September. 12.S7. 13.00. 12 87. 12 95.
October. 13.00. 13.05. 13.0Ot 13.05.
Julv, 7.10, 7.12, 710. 7.12.
September. 7.22. 7.30. 7.25. 7.25.
October. 7.30, 7.35. 7.30. 7.32.
July. 7.72. 7.72. 7.72, 7 72.
September. 7.S7. 7.92. 7.S7. 7.92.
October. 7.92, 7 97. 7.92, 7.97.
Receipts today Wheat, S3; corn.
293; oats, 125; hogs, C.O00; cattle,
4; sheep. 2.00U. ,
Hog market opened strong to 5c
higher. Light. 5,5oQ,s.&5; mixed and
butchers, 5.45t5.fc5; good heavy, 5.20
5.S5; rough heavy, 5.20Q5.45.
1000 Yards 10c and 12 lawns
short lengths Monday, 2:30 p.
m. , yard
3 1-2 Cents
THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
Tuesday at 2:30 P. M.
1000 yards 10c Dress Ginghams,
3 3-4 Cents
One Dresstto a customer.
Misses' and Chil
were put to
any old way.
That Is all
past now and
dresses at this
store are made
care, as t
style, fit and
als are better
terns and col
ors more dain
finer, yet. ow
ing to better
are lower. Dur-
infj the weefc we hall sell
Painty little pr'nhum and
chambray dresses .
Ruflle yok? and sailor dresses of
chambray end percale, all ages ..
Pretty dror.ses. made in Russian style. English sailor,
and new suspender dresses, all ready C OC
to woor right away, for only ii..J
And so on by easy price steps, to the elaborately
made whit dresses, embroidery or lace trimmed,
for the party jt'r or for holiday wear. It will h
s r.vptual pleasure If we can show them to you dur
ing this coming' week.
Towels and Crash
23i heavy bloi'Ct.sd Tujklsh bath towels. hemmed
nn rrlnrod. at S o'clock?, each day for one week, at
tho vary pctai
72 Inch sflrtv o?aaclied table
amsk. Specie 1. yard
13 loot) & Itoso Barnsley crash' toweling,
red berdr, 10o quality,
Read Carefully the Unusual
1,000 yards He and 12';ic curtain swiss. 7
new and fresh, yard -
300 pairs lace curtains, worth from $1.25 to J2.60, all
dainty, new patterns .marnea ai bS1,
60 pairs 5-tb. bed pillows, covered with best
A. C A. i-'cking, while they last, each
Dress fabrics will be placed on a
table Monday at 9Sc a yard and
each day the price will
DROP JUST 10c A YARD
for instance: Monday you will have
the choice of a beautiful lot of this
season's best wool and Mohair dress
fabrics, worth from $1.12 to $1.50 at
On Tuesday, what we have qq
left will l.e. yard OOC
On Wednesday, they will be 7Q
On Thursday, price for the
Kit remaining, yard vOC
On Friday there won't be such a
biic :5olortlon. but the
price will lit- yard vOC
And on Saturday, the grand wind
up. von can choose from Aft
Ihem. at yard tOC
Remember this includes many fab
rics that are In demand every day
now. N'o old lines, because we
We repeat $1.12 to $1.50 per yard
values at 9Sc. and on down to Sat
urday nt 48c for best selections.
Conn- eurly but come anyway.
Big Deal in
S3 1-3 to .'0 per cent below regular
prices. IJouRht for cash from an
overstocked jobber. 2 cases men's
American silk shirts and drawer
all in llRht blue, sold always at "Sc.
h!1 lzes now A0r
1 case socks plain brown. cadet,
navy, and the new shade of gun
metal, regular 3 for $1.00 value, all
sizes now AIAn
Other lots of good thlnrs will be
he ready for you Monday morning
In ibis department.
SpecialJuly Sale of Sheets,
Pillow Cases and Bed
Heavy brown Sheets.
nil Kd size
Kull bleached large-slso Sheets for 36
lodgtns houses and hotels
Vine double spoke hemstitched .. 61c
Sheets, good sise v Z-Z.
Extra heavy linen finish bleas?l Sheets, 69c
large slie and wide hems
Good 12c bleached
Pillow Cases (a leader -V
Kxtra nice bleached bordered
Large bleached Pillow Cases, lie
Trouble spoke stitched Pillow Cases, 19lr
Unbleached Pillow Cases, O.
wide hem. well made w
OLD FASHIONED HONEY COMB rj
SPREADS. WORTH $1.00 c
LARGE-SIZE CROCHET QUILTS. EXCELLENT
PATTERNS, ALL HEMMED AND
READY FOR USE 4 LC
HEAVY MARSEILLES PATTERN QUILTS. EXTRA
i - r- 1 cm vAiiir rT
GENUINE MARSEILLES SPREADS.
FULL FRINGED AND CUT CORNER
IJnen finished pillow shams, spoke si'.tche fancy
stitched and drawn work, a choice selection A
ut 75c, 6Sc, 62c. 50c and rC
Grand Array of Bargains In the
Houscfurnishing dCrocKery Dept.
Socks in many lines of spring and summer good
must be greatly reduced during this month.
4Zc 4-pleee garden sets, T
L'lc 3-pleve garden sets, 1 ft
down to Akt-
45c step ladders.
down to JfC
One $14.00. 3-burner Monarch blue flame C"T ((
..II ctnv. nl lost half PL.JJ
Cue Hose reels.
.r n.Ai1 i trbncT-a flip
family use, Monday w
Wire fly killers, clean, sure and
handy, each. 10c and
Decorated and gold stippled
fruit saucers, each
China berrv sets, assorted decorations
gold lined. $2.60. QQ
$2 00. $1.50. $1.25 and
"-piece Crystal berry sets. tin '
at. set Jl c
Fancy Crystal berry dishes. Q
large size, only
Mason's best fruit Jars: H gallons, 69c re dosen:
Other c.innlnp utensils at pricss to mako you buy
Cattle market opened dull.
Sheep market opened weak.
Hors at Omaha. 9.onO; cattle, 100;
at Kansas City, hogs, li.OOo; cattle,
U. S. Yards. S:H a. in. Hok market
.strong. 5 to 10e higher. Light. 5.55fi
5.90; mixed and butchers. 5.455.90;
pood heavy. 5.255.90; rough heavy,
Cattle market dull.
Sheep market weak.
Hog market closed strong. Light,
5.557j5.70; mixed and butchers, !.4R
5.90; good heavy, 5.23Q5.0O; rough
heavy, 5.25(7 5. 50.
Cattle market closed unchanged.
Sheep market closed unchanged.
New York. July 15. Hank state
ment: Reserve, increase, $11. 505, 125;
loss V. S. increase, $11,420,725; loans,
decrease. $9,150,100; specie, increase.
$9 190 Sou; legals, increase. $2,552,900;
deposits, increase, $7i:5.1"0; circula
tion, increase. $297,200.
New York Stocks.
New York. July 13. Sugar 13t
Gas 105, C, R. I. & P. 32, Soul hern Pa
cific 5. R & O. 1141&, Atchison com
mon 8G, Atchison preferred 102V4. C.,
M. & St. P. 181V6, Manhattan 105,
Copper S:i, L.. & N. 149Vi. Reading
common 105. Canadian. Pacific 152.
n. R. T. 09. IT. S. Steel common 31 M.
IT. S. Steel preferred 101, Penna
1424. Missouri Pacific 99. I'nion Pa
cific i:i0Vi. Coal and Iron 85. Erie
common 40 , C. & G. V. 20. Illinois
Central 169Ts. Car Foundry 36 Vi. Re
public Steel common 20 Republic
Steel preferred 81, Metropolitan
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, July 15. Following are
tho wholesale quotations in the local
Provisions and Produce.
Iluttcr Creamery, 19c21c; dairy,
Eggs Fresh, 1416c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3
per dozen; hens, per lb., 7ct9c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 40c45c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 52(7 53e; oats. 32T31c.
Forage Timothy hay. $S.ooi $10.00.
prairie $S, straw $60 $7.
Wood Hard, per load, $4.507J$5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 1314c. alack,
per bushel, 8 to 9c.
Cattle Steers, $3.00$4.75; cows
and heifers, $2.00 $4.00; calves. $3.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $1.757$
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.50
$5.50; lambs. $5$6.
One Lady's Recommendation Sold
Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. ,
I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets on tho recommendation of one
lady here, who first bought a box of
them about a year ago. She never
tires of telling her neighbors and
friends about the good qualities of
these tablets P. M. Shore, druggist.
Rochester. Ind. The pleasant purga
tive effect of these tablets makes
them a favorite with ladles every
where. For sale by leading druggists.
Itchiness of the skin, horrible plague
Most everybody afflicted In one way
or another. Only one safe, never fail
ing cure. Doan's Ointment. At any
drug store, 50 cents.
All the news all the time -THK
Commencing tomorrow evening and all next week
will be given the following fine bill of
II R F
The StriKe. Tuppics and Cats. Just Like a Girt, The In
spector's Ttfrthday, Jfitoilists, The Duel. Jap-IKussan
Soldiers. Uhe Haunted Vatun Shop. A.mphrlte, The "Re
sourceful XV alter
Bring your baskets and make a day. Concerts by Ogden's Orchestra, and PETER
SEN'S BIG BAND CONCERTS FRIDAYS. Have you bad a whirl on the FIGURE 8?
The Most Popula-r and Coolest Spot In the Vicinity of the Tri-Citles.