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iTHE ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1905.
GLUB GIVES PLAY
One of Features cf St.
CHURCH ORGANIZED A YEAR
Rev. J. B. Culemans Shows Fruit of
His Labors in a Growing Congre
gation To Pay Debt.
The coffee given yesterday afternoon
at the Turner hall by the ladies of St.
Paul's church, in connection with the
fair being held there this week, was a
great success. The attendance at the
fair during the week has been some
what of a disappointment, but yester
day It was much larger than earlier in
the week. This evening will be one oi
the special nights of the fair, the Mo
line Dramatic club having been secure;!
to present a play. There will be a
large attendance of Moline people this
evening, and the play will undoubtedly,
night at the Baptist church. Admis
The Woman's Label league meets to
morrow afternoon at 3:30 at the Rock
Island Industrial home.
Call and see what Ciemann & Salz
mann can do for you on furniture, car
pets, rugs, stoves, etc.
You can save money by buying your
furniture, carpets, rugs, stoves, etc., at
Ciemann & Salzmann's.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dyeing at the New Panitorium club,
190&-1&U Second avenue.
The larger the purchase, the more
valuable the souvenir at Young & Mc
Combs' 11th annual souvenir sale.
Purchasers are pleased with the
beautiful souvenirs given away at
Young & McCombs' great annual souv
The ladies of St. Joseph's church
will give their card party at Carse's
hall tomorrow evening. Oct. C, instead
of Oct. 5.
Mrs. George C. Blakslee has resumed
her class in water color. For terms
and particulars, inquire at the Blaks
Miss Ida M. Sullivan of Taylor
Ridge and Wallace E. Crawford of Pre
emption were united in marriage yes-
Fair toalgBt and Friday; mot ranrh
rhiigr In tfmprtBr.
RKV. J. I?. Cl'LE MAN'S.
attract the largest attendance of the
Oricauixnl I. nil I "nil.
The St. Paul's church wi's organized
la t fall, the congregation previous to
th-.it till!- having b--ii a part of the St.
"? tr'i f) -rr . Th t.afM.-. -. J.- I J.
t'ulenians. tame to Rock Island from
llelgium. where he studied for years in
the American college. He was as
signed to Rock Island as assistant af.
the St. Mary's church, having charge
of the Belgian branch of the church.
On the advice of Bishop Spalding, he
took up the work of organizing a sep
nrate church, and the St. Paul's church
resulted. Hie cnurch has experienced
n healthy growth since its organiza
tion and gives promise of becoming
one of the lare churches of the city.
The fair this week is given for the
puriMse of adding to the building fund,
to raise the debt on the church
Insure with McKee.
Fresh lish at Schroeder's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Bart let t Bros', teas and coffees
Souvenirs fur everyone at Young &
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
Mrs. Austin's pancakes, really supe
rior to everything. Ask your grocer.
Mrs. Austin's pancakes, really supe
rior to everything. Ask your j-Yrcer.
Mrs. Austin's pancakes, really supe
rior to ev rylhing. Ask your grocer.
I will continue to take penny photos
for two i eks. Kerr. IM'T'jj Second
a Veil UP.
Fancy bulk oysters, direct from Bal
timore, received at I'ass?. Bros", this
Attend Rev. 11 W. Reed's lee: ure o-
terday in Rock -Island by Justice J. H.
Have your fall suits and shirtwaists
( made in the latest modes, suits from $5
up, smrtwaists io cents up. call at
I'lCt Fifth avenue.
Why is it that so many people are
drinking Bartlett Bros", coffees and
ttas? That's easy. It's because they
are the best that money can buy.
Clocks, bric-a-brac, lamps, chairs,
silverware, watches, sewing machines,
etc., given as souvenirs at Young &
McCombs' annual souvenir sale.
Moving pictures and illustrated
songs at the United Presbyterian
church Friday evening. Admission,
children. 5 cents, adults, 15 cents.
Don't miss the opportunity of getting
one of thoi-e beautiful souvenirs at
Young & McCombs". Souvenirs given
with every purchase of $1 or over.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 59.
Our claim in watch repairing is that
of integrity and sweeping superiority
at the lowest prices consistent with
good work. IiiKalls. 170" Second av
enue, the new store.
J. F. Crotegut, formerly tailor at the
London, has opened a shop at 1C21
Third avenue where he is prepared t
do all kinds of pressing, repairing, and
jobbing with neatness and dispatch.
Suits made to order.
An m malt of tfc Moral that la atlll
ratral over the irnlf of Mexico, mrnt
trrrd afcaivera fell yesterday front Texan
eastward to northern Florida and light
rain oeenrred In aoathern fonlalaaa
dnrtan; the night. Another Morn of de
eided Intensity la eentral over Brltiah
Columbia and la eanniaa; higher ten
peratnre mn far enatward aa Saskatch
ewan aad Aaafalhoia. -while ralna are
aoted aa far aoathward aa son t hern Or
egon nnd eaatward to Alberta. Rapidly
rUlag barometer In the upper Mlaaonrl
aad extreme upper Mlaalaxlpp! valley
and the npper lake region have been
aceompanled by cooler weather In Man
itoba. Minnesota and northern YVlacoa
nln. Continued high temperature In
thi vicinity will result from the east
ward movement of the northwestern
storm, though fair weather will pre
vail. J. 31. SHERTER, Observer.
Temperature at 7
p. m TH.
a. in., 61; at 3i30
Young Men Are Pleased.
The fall styles of choice suitings are
highly appreciated by the patrons of
Km!g. the tailor, under Rock Island N3
( tionul bank. Young men are invited to
come in and see the splendid selections
Joffcrivl. Prices are unusually reason
able and treatment courteous.
To Close Estate.
Eight -room house and corner lot, No.
T;'.T Twentieth street. Rock Island, will
be sold at private sale by Ludolph &
Reynolds, attorneys at law.
Carvada's Great Moral Issue.
While Canadian life in many phases is like life in the I'nited States,
there are souse taints of ditTt leiice. One ts illustrated by an affairthat
has been agitating the public uiftul in Ottawa. A ilreelc confectioner,
who had betn sel.ing ice cream and ice cream soda on Sunday, was
called to account for his crime, and he offered in defense that he had a
restaurant license entitling him to sell foods, and that ice cream was
food. This subterfuge was sustained by court, but the press of Ottawa
indignantly demanded the revocation of his license. We, however, are
proud of our liberty and the excellence of
Flour. Order a sack from your grocer.
WESTERN FLOUR MILL CO..
THE 2D ar STOKE OF THE TOWN,
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE 320 20th st. 'Phone 7010c
ENGINEER INJURED IN
NATICK SWITCH YARDS
Dragged Considerable Distance Be
tween Engine and Tender Cloth
in Held Him.
Engineer Flowers, of the Rock Island
switching crew at Natick, met with an
accident this- morning and narrowly
escaped death under the wheels of his
train. He was standing in the cab.
when in some manner he fell between
the engine and tender. His clothing
caught, and held him from falling un
der. He was dragged along the track
for several hundred feet before his
cries attracted the fireman's attention.
The engine was Ftonned, and Mr. Flow
ers, nearly exhausted, was rescued
from his perilous position.
His clothing, with the exception of
his coat, was torn to shreds, and he
suffered bruises about the body. He
was attended by Dr. A. H. Arp. of
Moline and taken to his home, 1S08
Fourth avenue, Moline. His injuries
are not serious.
THE CHILDREN'S BIG DAY
Boys and Girls of Rock Island to Draw
Prize Packages. '
Step aside for the children - Satur
day is to be children's day, and the
boys and girls of Rock Island must
have their inning. Bundles of goods
including games, stationery, school
supplies, etc., amounting up from 5 1
cents to $1, will be supplied to the
children of Rock Island in 5 cent pack
ages. We w-ill not have room for this
bi sale in the store and we must
carry it on in the vestibule cf bur big
store front. Nine o'clock is the hour,
and the boys and girls of the city will
find more for 5 cents in their prize
packages on Saturday morning than !
they ever dreamed of getting for a J
nickel. Plenty of help to take care of
the big crowd. Remember the time.
if o'clock Saturday morning at A. Wi
Crampton. successor to R. Crampton
& Co., 1719 Second avenue. Every
package is 5 cents and 5 cents only
and contains goods to the amount of
from 25 cents to $1. This is the biggest
thing in town for boys and girls on
If we were to tell you that you should for your own good buy
your Clothes here, you would reply "That's what they all say."
But our garments would prove this statement if given an opportunity.
Men's Pure Wool Semi-Dress Trousers
Famous Duchess make, 50
Men's Stylish Gray Suits Single and dou
ble breasted, Stein-Bloch CIO i
make, at- qIO XO pJ
Boys Knee Pants-rln nice patterns, good
1 39c, 45c, 50c
Our Special $2 Hats You will find all
new blacks and colors in soft and stiff ones.
"Bull's Eye" brand.
Young Men's Suits Nobby patterns in
fancy worsteds, single and double breasted.
from3 rUn80 $10 tO $20
Special for Saturday Only Boys' knee
pants FREE with each suit. Up to $3.75
Suits, 50c pants; $4 up, $1 pants.
1804 Second : Avenvie
Rock Island, Illinois
EASTERN CAPITALISTS HERE
Spend Day Seeing Sights in the Three
About 80 capitalists front the east
were seeing the sights in the three ci
ties today. Most of them are interest
ed in the I. & I. interurban line from
Clinton to Davenport, anj they came in
over that line. They are traveling in
a special train and looking into inter
ests in the west. After enjoying lunch
at the Manufacturers' hotel in Moline.
the party departed for Clinton in the
Lamb house boat.
Offer City Records.
Records of the proceedings of the
city council were offered in evidence
this morning in the Schnell case, to
show that the storm drain was rejected
by the city. Proofs were also intro
duced with reference to certain con
nections made after the suit had been
The work of laying the asphalt on
Fifteenth street was commenced to
day. A large force of men is employed,
and the work will be pushed rapidly to
completion. The material is being fur
nished from the plant temporarily in
stalled at Twenty-fourth street and
East Moline Man in Trouble.
Ioiiis Roberts, of East Moline, was
arrested today on complaint of Miss
Aila Goar, of the same place, on the
charge of bastardy. Roberts was al
lowej a postponement of the prelimin
ary hearing before Justict Ingelsen,
his bond being fixed at $G0o, which he
WILL FILL DELEGATION
TO RIVER CONVENTION
Members from Rock Island Club and
Retail Merchants' Association to
Mayor McCaskrin has called a meet
ing of the delegates to the convention
of the Upper Mississippi River Im
provement association- to be held in
his office Friday afternoon at 4 o'clocS..
Not all of the delegates have yet been
appointed. Those from the Rock Is
land club will be appointed by Presi
dent Guyer at a meeting of the direct
ors this evening. President Kingsbury
of the Retail Merchants' association
will name the members to represent
that organization tomorrow morning.
The Rock Island county board of super
visors have delegated the chairman,
William Carey, and Supervisors W. F.
Carnett of Port Byron and Charles
George of Cordova to represent them.
Mayor McCaskrin and Aids. Brooks
and O'Connor were selected by the
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be just as skeptical and
pessimistic as you please. Kodol will
digest what you eat whether you eat
or not. You can put your food in a
bowl, pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure on it and it will digest it the
same as it will in your stomach. It
can't help but cure indigestion and
dyspepsia. It is curing hundreds and
thousands some had faith and some
didn't. Kodol will cure you if medi
cine will cure you, whether you have
faith in it or not. Sold by all druggists.
MYSTERY STILL DEEP AS EVER
Though By-Laws of Rock Island &
Monmouth Road Are Filed.
Mystery still surrounds the Rock
Island & Monmouth Railway company,
though the by-laws are being filed in
the counties-through which the pro
posed line has been surveyed. . Little
additional light is obtained from this
source. It is stated that the capital
stock Is $5.0(M). the headquarters of
the company will be in Chicago, th
annual meetings will be held on the
last Friday of each year, and that the
ameers shall consist of president, vice
president, secretary-treasurer, and
board of directors of five members.
Interurban officials at Monmouth deny
any connection with the company ami
state that the Tri-City Railway com
pany interests are back of the under
taking. This is denied here.
Chicago, Oct. 5. Following are the
narket quotations today:
December, S4, 84. 84i 84.
May. 8S, SC, S5V. 85.'
December, 43, 44, 42, 43',;.
May. 43. 434 43'.
December. 27. 2Si. 27. 28.
May, 29. 30 Vi. 29. 30'4.
, October, closed 14.80.
January, 12.35, 12.35 12.27, 12.27.
October. 7.17. 7.17. 7.12. 7.12.
January. 6.80, 6.S0. 6.75, C.75.
October, 8.55. 8.C0, (5.52, S.52.
January, C.45, C.45, 0.42. G.42.
Receipts today Wheat SjG, corn 1C7.
oats 271. hogs 15.000, cattle ll.ooo.
Estimated receipts Friday Wheat
41. corn 193, oats 299, hogs 14.000.
Hog market. Light 5.05 5.J5. mixed
and butchers 5.055.75, good heavy
4.80(5-5.77, rough heavy 4.80 5.05.
Cattle market opened strong to 10c
Sheep market opened strong, 5c to
Hogs at Omaha 4,000, cattle 4,000.
Hogs at Kansas City 7,000, cattle 9.
000. U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong, 5c to 10c higher. Light 5.10(fi
5.C7, mixed and butchers 5.105.77,
good heavy, 4.800 5.80; rough heavy,
Cattle market strong to 10c higher.
Beeves, 3.0006.35; cows and heifers,
1.254.40; stockers and feeders, 2.20
Sheep market strong to 10c higher.
Hog market closed weak to a shade
lower. Light, 5.05 5.C5; mixed and
butchers, 5.10(35.75; good heavy, 4.80
5-77; rough heavy, 4.8005.05.
Cattle market closed slow.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. 5. Sugar 142V. C,
R. I. & P. 33, Southern Pacific 69,
B. & O. 113, Atchison common 89Vs.
C, M. &. St. P. 181, Manhattan 105,
Copper 85V. N. Y. Central 150, L. &
N. 154'i. Reading common 123, Can
adian Pacific 173, B. R. T. 72Vt., U. S.
Steel common 38, IT. S. Steel pre
ferred 105 Vi, Penna 141, Missouri
Pacific 105V4, Union Pacific 1334. Coal
and Iron 88, Erie common 50, Wa
bash preferred 43Vi. C. & G. W. 21,
Illinois Central 181. Car Foundry 3S,
Republic Steel preferred 95, Republic
Steel common 25. Metropolitan 120.
IN COMMEMORATION OF ITS TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
The Rook Island Mutual
Building;, Loan and Savings Association
Invltea Subscriptions to Its 93d series of stock as a testimonial of
appreciation of the public service- heretofore rendered in providing ov
er sixteen hundred citizens with homes and as a pledge of coopera
tion on the part of Investors In an effort to meet the present pressing
demands for additional homes.
Our conservative plan Is to limit loans to small amounts, with If
J per cent margin, and to local home owners exclusively.
Earnings 7 per cent on monthly oayments. 6 ser cent on oald ud
THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN THE CITY.
E. H. GUYER. Secretary.
Office Mitchell A Lynde Block.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. Oct. 5. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 2122V4c; dairy,
ISc to 19c.
Lard 8 c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 10c
a pound; hens per pound, 78c; ducks
per pound 10c; turkeys per pound 12c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 35c.
Eggs Fresh. 20c.
prairie, $8 to ?9; ctover, mixed, 7$S;
A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cures dy
sentery, diarrhoea, seasickness, nau
sea. Pleasant to take. Acts promptly.
yy Don't forget that I. & I. cars now
-un so you can go to the theater j
is in Davenport or Clinton and re- ,
Wff m turn after the performance. Spe- I
cial rates given to parties of 10
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on
Money Loaned oa Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
3. U. Buford. President.
H. P. Bull. Vice President.
P. Qreenawalt, Cashier.
R. R. Cable, P. Oreeaawsit,
WUlUmUDtrt, PbU Mltcaell,
H. P. Hull. U Blmon.
E. W. Hurst, J. If. Boxert
Beg-aa the business July S. 1119. Joha Volk.
end occupies S. E. corner of Mitch-
11 Lynde's bulldlnc Solicitors Jackson Hurst.