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THE AT GITS. TUESDAY, JUL.Y 2.V1903.
All this week we will serve
dainty dishes made up in com
binations with Shredded Wheat
Biscuit and Triscot. House
keepers should come and get a
few pointers from the expert
demonstrator sent out by this
SPECIALS Illustrating the
money saving to be made by fill
ing your market basket at our
WEDNESDAY &. THURSDAY
Jls. best granulated siiar
Sleepy Eyo and Jersey ('nam
flour at wholesale price aijain. i
Ml. park for SI. 19
New potntoes, finest now shown.
Waller Baker's premium choco
late, regular - rakes, for these
IKU days, two cakes for . -2oC
BLACKBERRIES FOR CAN
NING. We alise canning berries th!
week if you are poliiK to do it a'
all. The quality Ik the liest now.
and the price will he attractive,
Harris & Hess
Grocery Co .
Cor. Eighteenth St., S. Third ave.
Old -I'bonr ir. and 4.7.
Nrw Thonr MIO and ZtH25
AT GAMP LINCOLN
After Rough Trip Boys Settle
Down to Life in Tented
SUNDAY SPENT PLEASANTLY
Company A Defeats Company F in a
! Baseball Game Two Thousand
Witness the Dress Parade.
Three Good and Just Reasons.
There are three reasons why moth
ers prefer One Minute Couh f'ure:
I'irt, because it Is absolutely harin
lss; seeond, i tastes komiI !) i M i en
love If; t h i r I . it cures coughs, croup
ami whoopinc couh when other rem
edies fail. Sold by all druggists.
Springfield, 111., July 24. Special
Correspondence.) Company A and the
entire ;th regiment, Illinois National
Guard, are enjoying the week at Camp
Lincoln. leaving on the "military
special Friday niht. Company F was
licked up at Moline. The boys tried
to seat themselves in the most com
fortable manner for an all nipht ride
in the poorest coaches of the Burlinn
ton ta stf ni. Several of the boys with
more melodious voices than the rest
started a chorus. As the train ap
proached Moline the corporals were
given their respective details and guard
duty on the train started at once. Mc
Manns received a bunch of flowers
from a dear boy friend at the Moline
The (I neseo company was picked up
at I.arstow. As the train pulled into
(ialesburg there was a grand rush for
the pie counter, and there is a possibil
ity that in their excitement some, of
the boys forgot to pay for what they
If any of the ft Hows dared to su a!
any s'eep. they would awake with their
arms and legs tied to the seats, their
faces covered with lamp black and a
mustard t-poon in their mouths. Pri
vate Kirby awoke to find himself sit
ting on a cake of ice. He is k: ill com
plaining of the chills and cold feet. It
is feared that he will answer the first
sir k call. Blake won the leather modal
for g'-tting the n.ost sleep in a stretch,
1 I minutes. Swanson's lips are swol
len from keeping up a continuous roar
on the bugle.
Walk Two lllx.
The train arrived in Springfield at
!:::. and we walked about two miles
to Camp Lincoln After cleaning up.
the boys were called to mess and one
of the rookies had the tu rve to ask for
cn am in his Mocha.
Col. Kittilson took the Moline Light
Guard band out and put them through
a two hours' drill on guard mount.
Tiny furnish' better music than the
band of last year, but they haven't hail
enough drill in marching and in the
first guard mount of the regiment got
When awakened by the cannon Sun
day morning several of the boys fell
from their bed ticks and wanted to
know if they had a real cannon here.
We were out in a downpour of rain
during the setting up exercises, but it
stopped before guard mount. Corpora'
Don and Privates Davis. Ehrhorn and
Cook were detailed for ditty. At 2:3
the bugle sounded for church, and the
majority of the regiment attended.
Chaplain Ferris, of this regiment, and
Private Vandevere. pastor of the First
Baptist church of Galena, conducted
the services. Chaplain Ferris, who
served In that capacity during the war
with Spain, was with the boys all
through their march in Porto Rico. He
pave an address on "Manhood." At 4
o'clock Company A. of Rock Island, and
Company K. of Moline, had a ball game,
in which the former was successful by
a score of 7 to 4. About 5:"0 the peo
ple began to come to see dress parade,
and in an hour there were at least
2,000 people on the grounds.
Corporal Simpson, or Company A.
will be given honorable mention for
having the cleanest and best polished
rifle in the guard. Col. Fieldhouse tool;
the rifle to the regimental headquar
ters, where it was shown to the offi
cers. From there it will be taken to
Springfield to be nickel plated before
it is returned to the conoral.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Estate of F. D. Scheible. Petition to
amend inventory herein. Hearing on
said petition and same granted.
Estate of John Kelly. Claim of L.
V. Eckhart allowed in class 1 at $14.3".
Claim of D. N. AM.-Omnv allowed it:
class 1 at $l;i.7". Claim of Marian
Walker allowed in class 1 at $1.2i
Claim of John P.eckstrom allowed in
class 1 at $1.20.
Estate of Sarah Annie Kirkpatriek
Petition by Maud Mabie executrix for
appointment of appraisers to asses?
the value of the estate for the purpose
of fixing the state inheritance tax filed.
Order appointing Rollin S. Sturgeon
Licensed to Wed.
Oscar Arnold Moline
Freelohe Emily White Moline
Lanark Man Suicides.
S. S. Dietich, a I.anark business man
who has boon conducting one of the
largest grocery stores at that place,
was found dead yesterday morning in
his room, having suicided during th
night. He was young, single and no
motive for the deed is known.
ONLY FOUR DAYS MORE
And the Big Sale will End. but it will be FOUR DAYS OF FURIOUS
YOUNG & McCOMBS'
Grows more Interesting every day, new features, new sole
ideas and new bargains are offered the people every day.
The bargain offerings the next four days will be Digger and
Better thOk.i ever
Yovir Ifvst Cha.rt.cc. Extra. Speciev.1 10 Yards
Best 6c Calico for 25c.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) morning, between ! and l' olock, we will nr
:e!l 1 yardfr. of the best f'e prints for OC
Everybody measures their own goods-- Lots of fun and lots of bargains.
" ardt of apron giimham.
n sale tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon from
" to 3 o'o!H-k. You select the good. a clerk will
Shirt Waists Given
With every tailor made suit purchase, we give you
V'urpickefa lot of ii. w and STYLISH WAISTS.
The sui's are ffrd at terrific cut prices. The
waists arc FREE.
At any old price to dose out qtt: k. A very special
bargain lot of lsc and -"e wash goods,
go at. per yartl
Great Reduction in the
Special Sale of Watches.
tints' gold filled. 17 jewel watches. 10 M f Cl
ear guarant h- Sale price VvJ.UU
(louts' American movement watches, gold q a Qf
filled case, 1 year guarantee, sale price. .v"Ovl
Cuts' 1." jewel Elgin watches, gold filled case.
year guarantee. M CO,
sale price 3IT.OU
Mns' Elgin watches, solid silverine
case, sale price
Ladies' Waltham gold watches, in year
guarantee, sale price
Don't Fail to Get Yovir Snare of the Bargains.
YOUNG & McCOMBS
Rock Island, Illinois.
W. A. ANNING A CO., OF CHICAGO. SPECIAL SALESMEN.
RUN THROUGH HERE
Rock Isiand May Eventually
Change St. Louis St
DROP BURLINGTON LEASE
Using Alton to Peoria. Thence via Rock
Island and Cedar Rapids.
Upon expiration of the contract ex
isting between the Iiock Island and
Uurlington on through train service be
tween St. Ixuis and St. Paul, it is said
to be not unlikely that there will be no
renewal of it. The Rock Island, u is
claimed, will run its trains via the Al
ton to Peoria, thence bver its own line
through this city to Cedar Rapids and
St. Paul, thus obviating the neees:iy
jf traffic arrangements with the Dar
lington route between Burlington and;
St. lui. In view of the fact that tho
Rock Island controls the Alton, this ru
mor appears well grounded, and espf ci
ally since the new through fast freight
to St. Paul is routed via the Alton to
W ill ltoiil.lr Trnek.
The Rock Island railroad is outlining
plans to double track the main lui'
from Cedar Rapids to West Libeii.".
n increase in trains over the lir.,
especially since the inauguration of ir.e
new service to Iowa City and Musca
tine, has rendered a second track es
sential. The project has been unVr
consideration since the merger, bu did
not assume definite form until very
lMranrri With Kiprrlmrl. '
Officials of the Rock Island road are
if ported much pleased w ith the suc
cess of the interurban service recently
nstalled between Cedar Rapids ami
Iowa City, an. I Pes Moines and Colfax.
Rock Island will hope that this inno
vation will prove so profitable that the
company may be induced to extend it
to this city.
cw Sn-rlnteiilrn t Arrivrx.
V. M. Whitenton. of Trenton, newly
appointed superintendent of the Mis
souri division of the Rock Island road,
started out on his first trip over the
livision today. lie succeeds V. S.
Tinsman, who lias been promoted to
ho position of general superintendent
.vith headquarters at Little Rock.
An important change for this city is
being made today by the Rock Island
road, the company having removed the
livision engineers' headquarters to
'his city from Chicago. The headquar
ters office will be located in the Koos
ter Hats, opposite the Fifth avenue de
wot, there being no room in the depot
buildings to accommodate the offices
rf the engineers. The equipment of
lie office is being moved here today,
ami the change in headquarters will
'ako place immediately. V. L. Hope,
the division engineer, will have charge
of the force to be removed here, and
will have under him six or eight clerks
and several draughtsmen, making in
all a force of about ten men who will
hereafter make their homes in this
I'lonr lit lliTiiil-ul-n t.
The reason for the change is to place
the engineers and maintenance depart
ments nearer the superintendent's of
fice. With the new regulations, which
went into effct the first of the month,
this department is placed under the
supervision of the division superintend
ents, instead of being a separate de
partment, as in the past. L. H. Allen,
livision superintendent of the Illinois
division, las his office in this city, and
it follows that the engineers locate
here. Mr. Hope and his force will be
gin the direction of their work from
this city at once.
3d Afiia! Advance Sale
TUw w Opens Tomorrow, (Wednesday) Morn-
and Will Continue One Week.
S10.000 Worth of Elegant Furs and
Fur-Lined Coasts will be Shown.
WE ask your attention from thin, filmy, warm weather apparel for awhile and to turn to these rich, beauti
ful furs and fur-lined garments, and have made it worth your while to do so. Our previous July fur
sales proved very popular, and this one, by reason of the excellent collection, bids fair to attract greater at
tention. Whether you contemplate a purchase or not, come and see the new styles. In your inspection note
the fine grade of furs, the superior workmanship, the dignity and elegance that marks our fur garments:
chief reasons why the tri-city fur business centers at the Big Boston. This is an advance shipment of a cash
purchase and comprises the most carefully selected
JACKETS OF SEALSKIN. OTTER. BEAVER. NEAR AND ELECTRIC
SEAL. AND NEAR SEAL TRIMMED WITH MARTEN. MINX AND BEA
VER. MUFFS OF FOX. MARTEN. MINK. OPOSSUM. JAP MINK. COON.
BEAVER. AND RIVER MINK. SCARFS OF MARTEN. MINK. BEAVER.
NUTRIA. OPOSSUM. SQUIRREL AND FOX.
UM01'RTKOI.Y, these will be the reigning mode the coming season. Hig Hoston fur lined garments are
elegant, reliable and exel iive. and beautM'ul in style. There is a noticeable superiority in the qna'.ity
of the linings and the uniformiiv of the sk'ns used, and they are put together perfectly. Kvcry garment
hangs well, is excellently tailor -d and beautifully finished. Muring tins sale we will give
10 Per Cent Discount on Fall Prices.
WHICH makes it especially advantageous to purchase your furs at this time. If you don't care to pay
the full amount just now. a deposit will set u re on the garment, which we'll protect for you in our
moth-proof vault until needed. Then there is the advantage of early ( hoosing from a comprehensive variety
of the newest styles. Attend to your fur needs now.
DEEP CUTTING OF MAT PRICES.
S12.50. S15, $16.50. $17.50 Hats for $5.
T1IKSH reductions ate starting, ami only nn intense determination to hurry out our millinery would ever
induce us to make such rl Motions reductions. These idaek. colored and white hats ate to go at a Irao-
tion of their former prices.
$H;.ro green hat, trimmed with ribbons
and roses, reiuced to
$1", white straw hat, chiffon lacing and
white roses, reduced t
$12.r.n Gage h it. of green straw foliate ami
velvet ribbon trimmed, now
$12.5u white Maline hat. Tuscan braid,
roses and ribbon, reduced to
$1 :'.!.' white hat, pastel roses and ribbon,
?17.fiu brown hat. hair braid, roses, foliage,
redue. d to
But six arj here mentioned, but there are about
25 fine dress hats in the collection.
Another Conference Between Employ
ers and Electrical Workers Be
fore Action Is Taken.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Kclipse and Columbia were
north and south.
Dangr. H'gt. Ch'ge.
line. 8 am. 24 hrs.
Btationa Feet Feet. Feet.
St. Paul II l t. l u.;i
Ken Wing II 7.7 ii
Reeds Landing 12
La Crosse 12
I, du Chien 1 X
Le Claire in
Des Moines Kapido . .
St. Ixuus :'
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of Suffering.
"I wish to say a few words in praise
of Chamberlain's Cholic, Cholera and
Miarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs. Mattie
Hurge. of Martinsville, Va. "I suffered
from chronic diarrhoea for ten years
and during that time tried various med
icines without obtaining any relief.
Last 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
At the regular meeting of the Trades
council last evening the most import
ant business was the consideration of
the question of taking an active pa it
in tlie strike situation of the el-e'ri'-ai
vorkeis. It was derided to leave the
matter with the board of governors,
composed of representative of eacu
trade included in the council. The
council suggested that the committee
of the cltctrical workers wait on the
i 'cctrical contractors auain today, and
that the results of this conference be
it ported to the lard 1 fbrc ttu trades
council take any definite action. Th
l.oard will meet this evening, and final
action will be taken. The commit! -e of
the electrical workers will be present
and make a report of ihr conft rem-"
' it;i the employers. It io expected that
the council will take action favorabl
to the .lectrical workers, unb ss the
committee makes a report of a satis
factory agreement having be-n reach
i d w ith the einp!oy rs.
Notice to Water Consumers.
Th" water will be stun off tomorrow
morning, July -'.. from Tlurt y -eight h
street to Forty fourth strict and from
Tenth avenue- south.
l T. HAN'rnoFT.
Supc rintendt lit Waterworks.
and all other sytnftoms of kidney dis
ease are speedily removed when the
kidneys are made healthy, active and
vigorous by the use of
A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wiid Strawberry. Cure"
dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness, nau
sea. PUasant t- take. Perfectly
Dr. A. 17. Chase'
the world's preatest kidney and liver
regulator, and the enly medicine hav
ing a combined action on kidneys and
liver. One pill a dose ; as crnU aUx.
Write for free sample to The Ir. A. V.
Chase Medicine Co., Euflalo, N. Y.
IN COMMEMORATION OF ITS TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
i The Rook Island Mutual
J Building, L' an and Savings Association
Invites Subscriptions to its 93d series of stock as a testimonial of
appreciation of the public service heretofore rendered In providing ov- y
er sixteen hundred citizens with homes and as a pledge of coopers- j
tion on the part of investors In an effort to meet the present pressing V
demands for additional homes.
Our conservative plan Is to limit loans to small amounts, with 30 j
f M.yiii, m i tj ivvflM living ..'-1 .
4 Earnings 7 per cent on monthly payments. 5 per cent on paid up (
THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN THE CITY.
E. H. GUYER. Secretary.
Office Mitchell A. Lynde Block.
Is Exclusively for
&e California Limited is
the only train for South
ern California via any Uno
of which the above is true.
The trip is sure to be plcas
dnt socially, becuuso one
meets a refined, widely
Semi weekly summerservice
Ak Kinta K
in;fnf for I.tm-t-ii
fii n-r'l Aift-nt.