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.THE HHCU5, 5I0NDAY, JULY 17, 1905.
GET OUT A BAND
Rosevilie People Greet Train Wi h
Great Enthusiasm This
Rock Island today, and a crew from
this city took out No. 10 this after
noon. Tl. Fraser. conductor; R. Scul-
I lion. hrakrman; C. Schc-il. Lasrzage-
rr.an. !.! Charles White, engineer,
composed the crew of No. 0.
MUCH TRAFFIC IS REPORTED
Reinstatement of Train Causes Rejoic
ing All Along the Line Gales
burg Crew On.
Train No. 'j made its initial trip this
morning frmii Iaid.-tow n 10 Rock Isl
and, and all u!omj tin.- line the fetation
platforms w-r- crowded and Conduc
tor ft. Fra.-r reports much business.
At Rosevilie a bru band v.-as on hand
10 welcome the inauui a ion of the
train, and the event was u-ade the oc
apion of much rejoicing at all stations.
While there were comparatively few
paMt !ifcei S for IliXh Inland, the blldi-
ness at other stations was very satis
factory. The train n ached this city
ill 111: in o'clock.
The train consisted of two coaches
and a baggage car. The return train,
known as train No. 1". l-f: J'avenport
ut 'Mo o'clock this afternoon, and de
parted from Rock Island at 3:2J. A
(.Jalehurg crew brought the train to
NAVAL RESERVES RETURN
End Pleasant and Profitable Cruise on
Training Ship Dorothea.
The Rock Island naval reserves re
turned Saturday evening at 9 o'clock
from their week's cruise on the train
ing ship Dorothea on lake Michigan.
The boys were all well pleased with
the outing, and say it was the best
cruise any of them have participated
in as members of the naval militia.
They were particularly well pleased
with the provisions, being provided
with Japanese cooks, who, with the
chef, were astounded by the appetites
of the local sailors. They had perfect
weather during the entire trip,' and
none of the men suffered from seasickness.
St titinu' capacity. 2.000
SUNDAY. JULY 16.
Famous Wallaces Thea
tre Company, in hitfli
class repertoire. Opening iu
the beautiful 4-act comedy
"A MESSENGER BOY."
An ent ire eVianjre of play and
spc ialt ies twice a week, Mon
day and Thursday.
Slat.iii.-e Wednesday, Satur
day and Sunday at 3 p m.
Kv't'ii i iur- ::;.
General adtnsNsi..)i io
At the Rock Island (European)
Miss D. Ixitt. Maquoketa: C. M. Angel.
Chicago: S. I). Tansill, Savanna.. Mo.:
Mrs. C. Cessno. Quincy; C. A. Samuel
son. Sherrard: I. Donaldson, Orion:
A. V. Kelso. Chicago; A. Lanski, Peo
ria; lilooniington Baseball club: G. E.
Morgan, E. O. Vail. Fred W. Richards.
Wi.liarn Kalec, Chicago; Niel Hurley.
Cf-orge Hull and wife. Galesburg; V.
V. liuisdti. Maquoketa; A. McArthur,
Al Jo; .1. V. Scott. Toulon; Arthur
Parsons, nimira; F. A. Johnson, Cam
bridge; William H. Mahon, Cottage
iib . W. Va.; J. C. Brown. Reynolds;
A. C. Cau.piM 11. II. W. Langston. St.
Louis; Lizzie Peterson. Galesburg;
Harry Call. Charles Griffith, Chicago:
N. Elliott. Gait-sburg: .1. 11. Henry, V.
P. Hill. Chicago; K. Yl. Reynolds. New-
York; M. N. Morton. Kansas City; A.
J. Frazier. Heardtovwi ; Frank Carver.
Canton: Oscar F. Avery, Pontiac; E.
Faulkner, V. G. Newbery, C. li. Baker.
Chicago; Fred Foster, Moline; G. C.
Cress. Springfield: R. C. Brown. Chi
cago; A. B. Simons. Cleveland; C. J
Selbch and wife, Cambridge; J. F.
On 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 the 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 ladies every
where. For sale by leading druggists
Is the Order Judge Cest Indicates
Witi be Issued in Schmid
BILL AGAINST WIFE GOOD
Will Not Rule With Reference to Hus
band Until Further Examination
of Record is Made.
Judge Gest was on the bench in cir
cuit court this afternoon, and indicated
that his ruling in the Otto-Schmid case.
which he has had under advisement,
would be a holding that the bill was
good as against Laura Schmid, but he
was not 60 certain about the husband.
August Schmid, unless by conspiracy.
The matter was before the court on
exceptions to the findings of the mas
ter in chancery, who found for the
complainant. Anna Catharine Otto. The
ruling as indicated by the court is for
the complainant but not against both
of the defendants. Unless an appeal
is taken Mrs. Schmid will be held to
account of property of the value of
about $15,000. which was turned over
to her by her mother, Mrs. Otto.
Kalr HOiitbt itlionrrii and rooler In
north portion touliiht; t-ontlnued high
(ienernllr fair weather prevail
throuKhout the country except from
Montuna rant ward to Lake Superior,
where liKht lower and t h under t or in
Warmer neuther prevail throuKhont
the MUUippl valley and enMward to
the Atlantic oceun. tl I relatively cool
from the Itocky mountain nftnrd,
belna; cooleat In the Columbia baln.
Relatively low barometer prevail
from Arizona northeastward to the Da'
kota. and over the Sakatchrwan vat
ley. Arcu of high preure nre !
cated over the aouth Atlantic coat and
the north I'aclflc coat.
C. K. FAl'UIABER,
p. in., JW.
7S; at 3:30
Painters' Union, Attention.
All members of Painters union No.
181 are requested to meet at Industrial
hall tomorrow evening. By order of
$5 and $4 Grades $3
$3.50 a,ad $3 Grades $2.50
j AND )
Insure with McKee.
Zibia lighted delighted.
Zazaro is there, call for it.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz,
For fire Insurance, see Pleasant F.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
W. II. Slemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746.
Ogden's orchestra will render a first
class concert program on the steamer
W. V. tonight.
Attend the moonlight excursion on
the steamer V. W. tonight. Ladies
25c, gtnts, U"c.
Moonlight excursion July 17 on
steamer V. V. given by the Swedish
Lutheran church of Moline. Ladies, 25
cents, gents 35 cents.
The ferry Davenport was tied up at
the Rock Island levee today, while her
boilers were cleaned and minor repairs
made in the engine room.
The Boston shoe sale is certainly at
trading a great deal of attention, and
the reason is just as advertised is
the way goods are being sold.
Grand Elks' concert, under auspices
of Davenport lodge No. 29S, at Schuet
zen park. Thursday evening, July 20
Otto's band of 40 pieces is engaged.
Wait for the fast and safe steamer
Columbia which will give an afternoon
excursion Jo Muscatine July 22, leav
ing at 3:3'M. ni., returning at 1:3.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, T3C Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 9.
Arthur Tonn was placed under $200
bonds to keep the peace, by Justice
McFarlane. The warrant was sworn
out by ras wile, lie turnisnea me
The steamer Columbia will give an
other of those delightful afternoon ex
cursioiis to Muscatine Saturday, July
22, leaving at 2:30 p. m. Only 50 cents
As advertised that's the reason the
people respond so quickly when this
store has a sale. It's a genuine sale
and genuine bargains. All this week.
All those who could not be waited
on Saturday at the big oxford sale can
still find plenty of bargains; but get
in early. First come, first served! Sale
all week. The Boston.
All this week the Boston shall con
tinue the oxford shoe sale just as ad
vertised. The lines which are being
sacrificed are genuine money saving
bargains and don't forget it.
Come one and all to the moonlight
excursion given by the Young Peoples
society of the Swedish Lutheran
1000 Yards 10c and 12 lawns
short lengths Monday, 2:30 p.
3 1-2 Cents
ri ia f?? a m mm
l 1 J Li L
THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
Tuesday at 2:30 P. M.
1000 yards 10c Dress Ginghams,
3 3-4 Cents
One Dress to a customer.
Misses' and Chil
were put to
any old way.
That Is all
paat now and
dresses at this
store are made
care. as tn
style, fit and
als are better
terns and col
ors more dain
finer, yet. ow
lnjr to better
are lower. Dur
ing the week we shall sell
Dainty little gingham and 25c
c ham bray dresses
RufKe yoko and sailor dresses of AQr
chumbray p.nd percale, all ages w-'w
Pretty drosses, made in Russian style. English sailor,
and new suspender dresses, all ready t1 OR
to w3r right away, for only px.
And wo on by easy price steps, to the elaborately
made whit dresses, embroidery or lace trimmed,
for th party -!rl or for holiday wear. It will be
a mutual plaasur If we can show them to you dur
ing this coming week.
Towels and Crash
25o heavy Wcr.sd Turkish bath towels, hemmed
and rrtn&red. at S o'clock each day for one week, at
the very wpeclal 17Mc
pric of f
72 Inch tHrof SHttched table 35c
Samaak. apftdfll. yard
13 loob Zl tinea Barnsley crash toweling, bleached,
red brefV Wo quality. 7l4r
iperla!. yaxd L
Dress fabrics will be placed on a
table Monday at 08c 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 $1.60 at
On Tuesday, what we have
left will be. yard
they will be
On Thursday, price for the
lot remaining, yard
On Friday there won't be such a
big selection, but the CQ.
price will be yard JOC
And on Saturday, the grand wind
up. you can choose from
them, at yard
Remember this Includes many fab
rics that are In demand every day
now. No old lines, because we
We repeat $1.12 to $150 per yard
values at 8Sc, and on down to Sat
urday at 4Sc for best selections.
Come early but come anyway.
Read Carefully the Unusual
1.000 yarOa Xflc and 12c curtain swlss. 7
Dew and fresh, yard c
300 pairs lace curtains, worth from $1.25 to $2.60. all
dainty, new patterns .marked at CSkc
per pair, $1.19. 98c. 89c and vik.
60 pairs 5-lb. bed pillows, covered with best
A. C. A. ticking, while they last, each
Big Deal in
33 1-3 to 50 per cent below regular
prices. Bought for cash from an
overstocked jobber, 2 cases men's
American silk shirts and drawers
all In light blue, sold always at 75c,
all sizes now 42c
1 case socks plain brown, cadet,
navy, and the new shade of gun
metal, regular 3 for $1.00 value, all
Other lots of good things will be
be ready for you Monday morning
In this "department.
SpecialJuly Sale of Sheets,
Pillow Cases and Bed
Heavy brown Sheets. 33.
full bed size "w
Kull bleached large-size Sheets for 3oc
lodging housee and hotels T-7
Pine doable spoke hemstitched .. OlC
Sheets, good size
Kxtra heavy linen finish bleached Sheets, o9c
large size and wide hems
flood 12c bleached
Pillow Cases (a leader
Kxtra nice bleached bordered
Large bleached Pillow Cases.
Double spoke stitched Pillow Cases. 1214c
ISc value '
1'nbleached Pillow Cases, 0
wide hem. well made 0
OLD FASHIONED HONEY COMB CJ7e
SPREADS. WORTH $1.00 UlC
LARGE-SIZE CROCHET QUILTS. EXCELLENT
PATTERNS, ALL HEMMED AND 7I-
READY FOR USE At
HEAVY MARSEILLES PATTERN QUILTS, EXTRA
VERY SPECIAL -7C
GENUINE MARSEILLES SPREADS.
FULL FRINGED AND CUT CORNER.
Linen finished pillow shama. spoke slltche fancy
stitched and drawn work, a choice selection As
at 75c. 6Sc. 62c. 50c and -
Grand Array of Bargains In the
Housefurnishing CCrocRery Dept.
Stocks In many lines of spring and wpnnwr good
must be greatly reduced during this month.
42c 4-piece garden sets,
21c 3-piece garden sets. 15c
45c step ladders.
down to ODC
One $14 00. 3-burner Monarch blwo flatme
oil stove at Just half
69c Hose reels.
Strong steel Ice tongs, for Qc
family use. Monday w -
14 -tooth steel 1Q.,
Wire fly killers, clean, sure and
handy, each. 10c and
Decorated and gold stippled c
fruit saucers, each ,
7-ptec China berry sets, assorted! decwmtlona and
gold lined. $2.50. QQ-
$2.00. $1.50. $1.25 and w
"-piece Crystal berry aets. 7 n
at. set - .
Pancy Crystal berry dishes
1 . 1 . n 1 . w
IcllKC B1V, vaa.jr
Mason's best fruit Jars: gallons. 69c per
Other canning utensils at prices to mako yov
OWNERS PREFER THE BRICK
Paving of Fifth Avenue Considered by
The board of local improvements
held a meeting this morning at the
mayor's office for the purpose of con
sidering the paving of Fifth avenue be
tween Eighteenth and Twenty-third
streets. A large number of the prop
erty owners were present and the ma
jority of them favored the use of
brick, although the original proposition
was to use asphalt. They also consid
ered the construction of a concrete or
brick sidewalk on Eighteenth between
Fifth and Seventh avenues.
Notice to Fifteenth Street Property
You are hereby notified to put in
service pipes and sewer connections
on Fifteenth street from Twelfth to
Eighteenth avenues before paving is
commenced, as the paving will not be
reopened for 10 years.
H. C. SCHAFFER, City Clerk-
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Black Hawk Homestead Building
Loan & Saving association of Rock
Island. 111., will be held in the office of
the secretary In Bergston's block in
the city of Rock Island. 111., on Tues
day evening, July 18, 19o5, at the hour
of 8 o'clock, for the purpose of elect
ing four directors for the period of
three years and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
E. D, SWEENEY, President.
T. J. MEDILL, Secretary.
Greatly in Demand.
Nothing is more in demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments for a blood and system cleanser,
such as Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They are Just what you need to cure
stomach and liver troubles. Try them.
At Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store, 25
MURPHY'S BODY FOUND
Doubt of Death of Kaiser's Driver is
All doubt that Squire Robert Mur
phy, the negro who drove Dr. Arp's
stallion. Kaiser, into Rock river in
South Moline Saturday was ended with
the finding of the body of Murphy yes
terday near the scene of the accident.
Sickening, Shivering Fits
of ague and malaria, can be relieved
and cured with Elecrtic Bitters. This
is a pure, tonic medicine; of especial
benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true
curative influence on the disease, driv
ing It entirely out of the system. It Is
much to be preferred to quinine, hav
ing none of this drug's bad after-effects.
E. S. Mundayof Henrletta,Tex.,wrltes:
"My brother was very low with malar
ial fever and jaundice, till he took
Electric Bitters, which saved his life.
At Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug Btore;
price 50 cents, guaranteed.
The members of the bartenders'
union. No. 850. enjoyed a picnic yes
terday afternoon and evening at Hu
ber's garden. Music was furnished and
many of the hours were spent in
dancing.- There were a large nuniber
All the news all tie time The Argus.
Tho Standard of
TONIGHT AT THE
7:30 p. m. Concert Midland Opera Quintete.
8:00 p. m. Lecture-" The New Woman and the Old Man," Col.
George W. Bain.
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY. JULY 18.
10:00 a. m. Club Swinging and Fancy Drills for Children.
2:00 p. itw Concert, MIDLAND OPERA QUINTET.
2:30 p. m. Lecture, "The Footprints of the Centuries," HON. G. A.
4:00 p. nv Round Table Talk, "Charles Dickens As an Editor," MRS. A.
8:00 p. m. Concert, KAFFIR BOY CHOIR.
on the steamer W. W., and
Good music by Ogden's or