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THE SHOTS MONDAY, JULY 17, 1005.
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For the Boys at the J
Big Blue Front.
25 Per Cent
I CRIMINAL TRIALS
in the store,
j; Extra SnoLp
551 Per Cent
Off of any Wash Suit in the
store. None reserved.
Come at once while the
assortment is big.
Now in Progress in County Court
Before Judge Parmen-ter.
CORDOVA MEN ARE UP FIRST
Charged With Disturbing tne Peace
Mahaffy, Van Poucke and Crys
tal on the List.
StraLW Hacts. HaJf Price.
M. C. R.ICE, Prop.
ANOTHER HOME IS
DARKENED BY DEATH
Passing Away of Mrs. H. W. Crawford
Closes a Beautiful
Mrs. H. W. Crawford
vision fn-iglit uKfiit of
railway, died Sunday
"'clock, at lht family liomt
ty third street. Death was
wile of the ili
iiiuiiiins at s
(ine to val
vular heart disease, her illness dating
from February. During April her con
dition became Krudually inure serious,
and she eoiitinued to decline. During
the last week she failed rapidly, and
barely lived from day to da v.
Mrs. Crawford, whose maiden nam&
as Addie D. Corn well, was born at
Monica. 111.. Sept. 17. ls;, and was a
daughter of Solomon and Kmiiie Cori:
well. She was married to Mr. Craw
ford at Monica. June S. l.vSI. Mr. and
Mrs. Crawford came to Kock It-Iaml iu
llt'2, Mr. Crawford having been ap
jxiinted division freight aiieut of the
liurllngton in January of that year,
and Mrs. Crawford and the family re
moving here in April. For 10 years
previous to their removal to this c:ty,
the family made their home at Cincin
nati, where Mr. Crawford was general
agent of the Burlington.
Hesides her husband, she leaves to
mourn her death, two daughters. Clara
Sydney Crawford, and Julia Ksther
With the dtath of Mrs. Crawford
closed a beautiful life. A devout
Christian, being a number of the
liroadwav Presbyterian church, the
weetness of her nature was ever a
source of inspiration to her husband
and children in the home which has
been darkened by lu r loss.
The funeral services will be held
from the home tomorrow aftt-rmton. at
" o'clock. The services will be con
ducted by Hev. W. S. M.miuis. pastor
of Broadway Presbvuriau church.
Services at Chippiautiock cemetery
w ill be private.
Funeral servicts over the remains of
John Aster were held strdav after
noon at 2:3c o'clock at the home in
South Kock Island at the head of
Twentieth street. A larg" gathering
of friends of deceased was in attend
ance, and member of Rick Island
lodge. No. IS. 1. o O F.. atteiuhd iu a
lody. as did members of the A. O. V.
V. Father Burke, pastor of St. Jo
seph's church conducted the services,
which were short and simple. At the
grave the services were conducted by
officers of Kock Island lodge. The fol
lowing members ,f Kock Island lodge
:ered as pallbearers: V. T. Magil!.
Fred Ludoljdi. Peter Schlemmer. W.
A. (Juthrle. Cus Stengel, Sr., and J
Creiiu. Mr. Aster had been a member
oi me inage ior over to years.
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wiuiam bwitzer and James Cooper
or Cordova, charged with disturbing
the peace, are the first to be tried in
county court at the July term of eriru
nal trials. The allegation is that these
defendants on the night of April IS
went to the home of W. K. Curtis, and
upon being refused entrance threw
rocks at the door. They were tried un
der the village ordinance before a jury
and found not guilty.' The parties
complaining were not satisfied to allov.-
the matter to be dropped there and had
the grand jury investigate the alleged
offense, and two indictments were re
turned, one against each of the par
ties. The cases w ere certified down I
from the circuit court. S. R. Kei:-!
worthy appears for the defendants.
There are three other cases on the
trial list, and it is probable that they
will all be disposed of iu some wav or
other this week. The case of C. S. Ma
haffy. charged with larcenv. was also
ertilied down from the circuit court.
Mahaffy was in the employ of the Rock'
sland and it is alleged was implicated
in the theft of cigars from a car J. Post
weiier ami nenry veitlis. wiio wire-
under him were first arrested and
pleaded guilty to the charge in county
court. Their story implicates Mahaffy
and the grand jury returned an indict
ment against him at the May session.
Murphy & Witter are attorneys for
Henry Van Poucke will appear
charged with selling liquor without
license and selling liquor to minors,
upon information filed by the state's
attorney in county court. It is alleged
that the defendant was dispensing li
quors among the campers near Rock
Harvey Crystal against whom infor
mation was filed for having in his pos
session jMdicy tickets. Is also to appear
at this term of court for trial. The
state's attorney says that as far as he
knows Crystal is not in the city. At
the time he was bound over Joan
looney went on his bond.
SEVERAL DOGS ARE KILLED
Street Cars End Lives of Two Animals
Saturday and Sunday.
Dogs seem to have been having a
few troubles of their own these days
and the census would show a few less
than there were Saturday. One tra
seuy as enaciea ou seeona avenue
t." 1 I T-v
fuiuaj evening, a. uavenport car
running over a small animal whicu
was following its mistress who was on
board. Two cars were passing and in
getting out of the way of one he got
into the way of the other.
Sunday about noon two boys took
their pet down to the river to give him
an opportunity to cool off. He did noi
go in. so he was tipped off of the west
end of the ferry dock into the water.
He paddled a little way, turned over on
his back, and went under. He came
near the top a couple of times, but it
was only a few seconds until he dis
appeared. The boys took one long
look and walked away.
A valuable dog belonging to Gus
Range was killed by a street car on
Fifteenth street between Third and
Fourth avenues Sunday afternoon, and
several missing animals of various col
ors and sizes and breeds have been re
ported to the police.
TWO ASK DIVORCE
Husband Seeks Separation From
Wife and Wife From
LIVING WITH ANOTHER MAN
Wainwright Says Spcuse Has Gone to
Atlantic, Iowa. With Howe Un
derwoods Are Separated.
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nmeiai services over ttie remains
of Richard Wareham. the charter
Knignts oi I'ytlnas member who died
Friday, were held yesterday afternoo;
at the home. :'."24 Fifth avenue. Rev
v . rv .margins conducted iiie services
tne members of the lodges of Knights
of Pythias and of Camp 2C. M. W. A
attending in a body. Members of the
Knights of Pythias served as pallbear
f rs. and the remains of the venerable
member of the order were ascorted to
the grave at Chippiannock by fellow
Kingnts. i lie pallbearers were W. A.
Carpenter. P. F. Cox. Frank Larson
frank oraves. J. J. Worker. S. R.
Wright. The ceremonies at the ceme
tery were conducted by St. George
lodge of Moiine.
Services at Davis.
liie remains of Mrs. Marv Xaele
were shipped to Davis. 111., this morn
ing for buriai by the side of her hus
band, who was buried there over 20
years ago. Xo funeral services were
held in this citv.
EVERYBODY WAS TRAVELING
Hot Sunday Made Business for Street
inousands t people patronized the
street cars y-trday iu their efforts
to nnd a cooler place than their
homes in the ;;. During the entire
day. from early m.. ruing until nearly
midnight. The street cars carried big
loads each trip, and the business of
the company vesterduy was larger
than any Suinia daring the year. Th.
lines of the city were about equally
patronized, though the Watch Tower
line was the favorite.
The Watch Tower, the camps along
Rock river. Prospect park. Campbell ?
island, the river, all attracted large
crowds !ur:i!g tiie day. 'i nere are
about 2"; differ nt camps on the island
below the Watch Tower, and each of
these received city visitors yesterday,
so that the ter.t city had a festival appearance.
news all the time THE
O liair Vigor. A splendid
aressmg lortnenair. Keeps the
hair soft and smooth, and pre
vents splitting at the ends.
uickly checks falling hair and
PROMINENT WOODMEN HERE
Law Committee, Board of Auditors and
Executive Council Meet.
A large number of prominent mem
bers of the Modern Woodmen of Amei
ica are in the city today. Resides the
law committee and board of auditors
some of those at the head office are
J. D. Kolz. of Indianapolis, state depu
ty for Indiana; 'A. C. Wolf, head physi
cian for the state of Indiana; F. R.
Crocker of Chariton, Iowa, former head
banker; C. H. McN'ider. of Mason City,
Iowa; head banker; H. 1). Errett of
Nevada, Mo., member of committee on
mileage and per diem; Grant Taylor
of Flat Rock, 111., member of the com
mittee ou head camp.
The executive council will be in ses
sion a portion of this week, and the
appointive offices will be filled at this
Miss Olshausen Soloist.
Miss Elizabeth O. Olshausen. who i
a guesi at tne home ot Dr. and Mrs. C.
Bernhardt will be soloist at the con
cert oi Petersen s band at Schuetzen
park, Davenport, tomorrow evening.
Miss Olshausen studied under Miss
Akers at New York for three venrs sunt
last summer was prima donna with
the P.ostonians. The program lor to
morrow evening follows:
March "American Musicians" ....
Overture "Festival" Leuinjr
Melodies from "The Royal Chef...
Paraphrase "The Lost Chord". Sullivan
Souvenir de Wagner.
Torchlight Dance in B flat
(a) The Rosy Morn . I.andon Ronald
(1)) Cupid at the Ferry . . E. German
Miss Elizabeth Olshausen.
Grand Fantasie from the opera
Selection from "The Storks" . .Chanin
Frank Wainwright. of Port Byron,
has commenced suit for divorce from
his wife on the charge of adultery, al
leging that she is now living at At
lantic, Iowa, with J. H. Howe, with
whom she departed about June 17.
.union I'uterbaugh and a man named
Do Voss are other alleged eorespond
ents in the case. He also asks for the
care and custody of the three children
of which they are the narents. aired
12. lu and 8 years. Tiie parties to this
suit, according to the bill, were mar
ried in Moiine Feb. 10. lSy2. and lived
together until June 17. linf,. Searle .V-
L. II . .
.tiarsuaii are attorneys ior the com
I nilrnwuil v. t nil rrtv noil-
Mrs. Margaret 1'nderwood. of Rock
Island, has filed a bill for divorce from
her husband. William A. I'ndcrwood.
charging him with desertion, "it is
stated in the declaration that they
were married Aug. l!ii', and lived
together only until Nov. :i0 of that
year. J. F. Witter is attorney ftr the
COURSE OF THElcOURT IN
THE CASE OF THE CLUB
Wiping Out of Quo Warranto Pro
ceedings Puts An End to
ON EXCURSION TO
Annual Picnic of the Christian
Over o young people are spending
the day at Lin wood today, this being
the annual picnic outing of the Iemo
rial Christian church. The company-
gathered at the church, where the well
filled baskets were taken in charge by
the committee and removed to the
steamer W. W. With much tooting of
horns, the picnickers marched up Sec
ond avenue, and to the boat landing,
the trip to the picnic grounds being
made on the steamer W. W. It was one
of the largest picnic excursions ever
carried by the new boat. The party
returns this evening about 7 o'clock.
when the steamer will take a moon
light excursion from this city.
ISLAND CITY PARK
Sunday, londay and
Game called at 3:45
(SUNDAY, 3 O'CLOCK.)
Miss Sarah Cohn entertained delight
fully last evening, at lur home on
Fourteenth and-a-half street in honor
of her fri -nd. Miss Esther Morris, who
leaves in the near future for the great
lakes, where she will make an extend
The rooms were prettily decorated
for the event, the colors, pink find
white predominating. In the course of
the evening a sumptuous supper wa
served. 10 couples being served. The
remainder of the evening was whiled
away with, dancing and music.
A very quiet wedding was solemniz
ed at the parsonage of the First Meth
(list ciiurcti oi tins city, haturuay :u .
o'clock, which united Miss Laura M.
Larvenz. of Geneseo and Asher M.
Hraetr of Rock Island. Aev. R. H. Wil
liams performing the ceremony. The
happy couple will reside at S215 Four
teenth-and-a-half street. Kock Island.
Camu Hide a Wee has been disor
ganized, all the members having re
turned to their homes cm hatuntay. ;
new nartv. composed of 10 young la
dies from this city, chaperoned by
Mesdanies Frysinger and Connelly,
sets out for camp today, located up the
"At Home" at Campbell's Island.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Leavens, of Mo-
line have issued invitations to an "at
home" to take place at the house-in-thi..u-fin,k
on Cai.-mbell's island, to-
Tiifht Cards and dancing are the
amusements planned for the guests.
The dismissal by Judge Graves
tne nock Island circuit court Saturday
on motion of State's Attorney Scott, of
the quo warranto tiroeee.linus hromlit
by . c. looney for. us it
Known. John Ixoney. against the
Rock Island Club, put an end to a movt
maliciously designed to wrevk th
club. The case was extensively com
mented upon at the time it was insti
luted, and as prophesied then, the clul
nas not stint-red in the least through
the course that has been
Tlw. : . ...
i ur .h i oi .nonius never lails to re
bound. It never succeeds, never has
linn ni. iwoau ami rair as is
the latitude of the court where I he vfr
tile of the move has equal weight will
me n iuu.iie.-, oi uie motive, there is
a point within its precincts where tli
p-, smi ior aim trie siamh rer must turn
The club may have adopted ih
o-t iiuu.iig useti ot an an
noyance, but vindication, would h
come to it in the end in any event
Mrs. A. H. Johnson of Dubuque
the guest of Rock Island friends.
:mt. a iiu .virs. a. J. DeSolmid have
turned from their trip to the Pac
virs. .viary Hucsmg and daughters.
Miss Maude ami Miss Anna, left todav
Harry Iift'er of St. Louis
Rock Islander, is sj. ending
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodor
the guests of Mr. ami
Warner, in Kockford. III.
Mrs. Mary Dolan. of Geiieseo, de
parted yesterday for Colorado, after a
brief visit in Rock Island with friends.
Mrs. Minnie Delile departed yester
day noon to spend the remainder of
the summer In Colorado and other
Nort hrup ar
mis. t asper
The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
it will he held with Mrs. Meanor. 1210
Fourth avenue, tomorrow afternoon at
There is no case of indigestion, dys-
npri;ia nr stomach trouble that will
not yield to the digestive and strength
ening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. This remedy takes the strain
off the stomach by digesting what you
eat and allowing it to rest until It
grows strong again. Kodol Dyspepsia
euro iffir.t nuiek and uermanent re
lief from indigestion and all stomach
hi iniiMi iin the system ana bo
rit ri fit a that disease can not attack
and eain a foothold as when in a weak
pnPtl condition. Sold by all druggists
PROMOTED TO NEW POSITION
James F. Donaca Takes Agency of Ok
lahoma and Indian Territory.
James F. Donaca, special agent for
Illinois for the Continental Insurance
company of New York, has been pro
moted to the position of state agent for
Oklahoma and Indian Territory ami aT
ter a vacation spent at his home in the
east he leaves for his new post at Ok
lahoma city Aug. 1. His successor has
not bein appointed, but it is hope that
the headquarters will not be removed
from this city.
The Only Way to Cur.
T ciiw a cold when voti have no
romrh to cure a cough when you
ho nrt cnlfi to cure vourself when
you have both take Kennedy's I-ax
ative Honey and Tar. The new idea
the original Laxative Cough Syrup. It
.nn.)ns no rmiares and is hesi ior
r-rvtiehs colds, croup, whooping cough
etc. Pleasant to the taste and equally
vl for child or adult. Remember
name "Kcnr.pii v's" and See that
the red clover blossom and the hone
bee Is on the bottle. Kennedy's Lax
ative Honey and Tar Is the origina'
Laxative Cough Syrup. Take no oth
er. Sold by all druggists.
S. A. Kelly, of Galesbiitg, district
manager of (lie Modern Magi, is here
witn a corps oi asi.taut, organizing
lodges in Rock island and Moiine
They insure men, women and children.
Spoiled Her Beauty.
Harriet Howard, of 20'j West Thir
ty-fourth street, New York, at one
time had her beauty spoiled with skin
trouble. She writes: "I had salt
rheum or eczema for years, but noth
ing would cure it, until I usod Buck
iin's Arnica Salve." A quick and sure
healer for cuts, burns and Eores. 25
cents at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's drug
Perfect rcait, choice hops: g'tulR
German lager at the Ponce de Leon.
The pill3 that act as a tonic and
not as a drastic purge, are DeWItt's
Little Early Risers. They cure Heal
ache, constipation, biliousness, etc.
Early Risers are small, easy to take
and easy to act a safe pill. Mack
Hamilton, hotel clerk a' Valley City,
N". D. says: "Two boitle, of these
famous Little Pill cured me of chron
THE MARK AND THE MOTTO
The Recollection of Quality
Remains Long After
The Price is Forgotten
Trad Mark K)-g1sCeTwd.
The difference in rtvrtk between a
good tool in J I poor on it llwayt
more than the difference ia
Whenever you need a tool of any
kind, it will pay you to buy the Keen
Kutter brand, and hare the bet. All
kinds of tools are made under this name,
nd eery kind represents the very high
est quality of material, workmanship
tools hare been the standard of America for 36 year
and are the only complete line of tools ever to receive
an award ot a grreat exposition the Keen Kutter line
being awarded the Grand Prize at the St Louis Fair.
Holto wiug are some of the kinds of toots m.ide under
the Keen Kutter Prand: Axes, Adzes, Hammers. Hatchet.
Chisels. Screw Drivers, Auger Kits. Files, riane. Iraw Knives.
Saws, Tool Cabinets. Scythes. Hay Knives, Crass Hooks, Brush
Books, Corn Knives, Trowels, Pruning Shears, Tinners' Snips
Scissors, Eye Hoes, Shears. Hair Clippers, Horse Shear, Razors
etc., and kuires of alt kinds.
If your dealer doesn't keep Keen Kutter Tools write us and
Will ce that you are supplied.
SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY,
St. Louis. It. S. A.
298 Broadway. New York.
A picnic for close buyers.
Outing and Flannel
Trousers, $0, $2.50, and
$2 ones at
Also fancy Worsted and
Cassfmere Pants, regu
lar price $5, $4.75, $4.50
and $4 and $3.75 broken
lots all go at
& La Velle
i THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR WHEN IT IS DIFFI
CULT TO FIND JUST THE HAT YOU .ARE LOOKING
rOR. WE HAVE JUST AS COMPETENT HELP NOW
AS IN THE BUSY SEASON, AND WE ARE IN A POSI
TION TO MAKE YOU JUST AS SMART HATS WITH
OUT EFFORT ON YOUR PART AS IN THE HEIGHT
OF THE SEASON.
BRANDENBURG MILLINERY STORE.
Corner of Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
tchen Troubles and the Remedy.
nly a few years aro it waj consiJereJ povl form
encase the i:nk
u uoa thereby concc.ir.g the trap,
niaking it inaccessible an J offering a
f lace for the collection cf filth and
If th:3 condition exL-ts in your
v.. sz&yc )
by installing a
us remedy the troutne
w h i t e
'orcelain K name led
Olt work U tn'.li-
factory ar.J prices right.
CllCtXXOX & DUFF'A
Xia va.t ftCTeatatai Itml.
cures all dandruff.
ic constipation." Good for either chil
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All the news all the time The Argus
dren or adults. At all druggists.