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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1003.
No Blame far Death. The or."-! r' ;
jury, w hich for the pa. tnt day a ;
lit-t n Invent igaMng into rhe ran' ol !
!' ath of th late E. H. l!ai, . who v. -!
lilled la-; Monday in a'i levator ac. : j
'.' nt, returned a verdict to the ffec: S
that, the dTeasd m t an arri'lonra
death on Monday, Oct. I). while atj
v.ork in the elevator of the Bo-ch
i rain con, piny by b' ir.g fiiii'h' in t :x
I -1 t i n ic ami cnihd in suen a iw:iii:
that, death !u!n'.w; shortly after-v.'r.N.
No Man; wa attach--! n any n . f :
i he accid-ii.
rpn TT T
Nurses Graduate Oct. 31. The n'n:!i
r nnual tiaf'tiatlug i xeirises of i h"
tr.iin.ng -f .'iioi for n-irs'-s at S Lik-',
imsjutai. v-ia- i!act- a' Library j
on Tit .-'lay "v-nitisr. Oct. "I. Th-j
I:"'". ura!iiatin cias- includes !' j
! ritrht young ladit s. vtm hive u!oit 1 j
ilit class motto. "Arroi-s ih Hay In' i
tin- Ocean '!"'- gr-t luaie a.-
- : M:.a... th V.". Rir.ek. Lou M
V.. Vit I! Rub r:on. Ella ".
Hyde. Katharine n.ig-iiiann. I'm 'ope
!' Alec M. Houston. Knima .1.
.Marsh. Kh- I.. Mar'ln, Ethel M.
( hi ii g .
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Poisoned: Sees. lb cause lit- was
poisoned while cirtinur lrtth for II. I"
'''. K.t ". Lwir.g has til'-d suit
against hi-, ii;pioycr for f l.22i. In
the piMtien Mr. Kiting says that !.;
!. anil Mr ' ate residents of l.e-
!'ia i'e .!'.-, thai Mr. Co
a t..ai! o?Miii.on r s: n I .:! rat
i. Vh: ii the employ of Mr.
v.ho !. -1 ! i : is : a tu.nl. Mr. Kwiug
- . I. v. a-. o r i wi;rk c ar:tv tirtt-h
a oi.u ;:, -.ii- of r',.- roadway. Wich-
it.-M:.'i '. !! . i '! ci;i','c; vi:!i
n: i -t --i.ii y a::.!, a a r .-til:. --'
i-i .i -.-r- :: .. M.io! poL-oning.
Ii'1 ay., t!.;-t In- in : ',' liays of laii.ii
t .!; of ;.:! a. r- a-oiiul!f -1 n i -
jo ro-a inn viii.iM 1' $T-. Hi- was l:ir
M:cr li 'i'i ri I to I'.ay tloctor's f "s to
tin- .! j.t of fli'ii atd luiv n: -ijifinf's
o-i!i $.".n. Mi it mi r. lie !-,s 1, n u
; lilc to i iT'T!!! n airia, lah ir 'V r
sinci- the i'i:s!i:ii aii'! ha- tt '.nj.:r 1
J 1 1 : : II II Ii'lN .
B rj Case
1 1.- p;; chi :
t I t- siipn v.:
;,i tlif i-
of $::.'.: n:.
Appealed. I n s .Moiin -niioisi.ci
i ii it t ;i n a a i : .
1 cui' rt !ia s In i :i p. i f i c: t 1
of i'. Uimznr l ' . . t'.i"
mar II' f'nir.y; on.i -ia
i 1 1 r
to 111 juries It n
:av.i in I In- s::ni
ii -t. fir pnt.ilvsis
ivi I in th- p!.!:ir
rrors in t hi'
xinlict i- :!-
of tin- siujir fi i;.iany.
has a ih'h!' . claini'iiK
t rial h low Mini I Iiaf t h
t"V'th' i" i Afisvjvi'
- ( i
Broke Ankle in Assault. Thomas
l ikens, a :-n loon io pi r. is under at
l est charisi .1 vit'i aan't -v it It- irioTt
to foniiaii jiea! hoddy injury. The
arrest w.-is made by Consiable I'.yrnn
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The Largest and
No Dark Corners
Best Equipped Clothing
in this Big Store. Day light all
Jy ic c
Quality the Hest.
Prices the Lowest.
SUITS and OVERCOATS.
$10. S12. S13.50, S15. S18. S20.
S22.50. S25. S28.50 and $55.
All grades of Suits in single and double
Overcoats, all stales, all eolors, all lengths, 40
to r4 inches long.
Our Furnishing and Hat departments are full
and running over with all the latest styles and
fads at prices that are right.
See Our $2 Hat-Ifs Great.
All clothing purchased here we press and
keep in repair free for one year.
K'ltn.-ey on a wa'ian: issiu il in .liist.ee
Hall's eoiirt upon information fihvl h
Otto ;roenwohit. who claims that ho
was assaulted, thrown down and vio
lently kicked by the defendant. Dur
ing t he assault Mr. CroenwoMf suffered
a fracture of on-- of th bones of the
Reese Still Missing. N'ofiihn.u; hns
ttansptred to throw any liirht on th"
whereabouts tf John I?eese. stipijse-i
Oct New Cloflies Tomon'ow
Why shouldn't you buy Fall Clc:h
ing to-morrow? scarcity of cash need
not prevent You can purchase the
most stylish apparel in the land
here to-morrow and pay weekly or
Perhaps you think you will have to
pay a higher price if you buy on cred
t v .'X
is i:orc or roods are all
. -J you can immediate
ly sec th?.: f.jure.; crc just as low as
any ca .h ::orc. Tactory to You S3
f-- t :
Very dressy suits
in every tew style H
- !:e"ht of fushioa per-
l.i tri n. ?Ti-r1
to have drowned himself on his wod
ding day in the Mississippi below the
city. One thin that points stronsly
to the disappearance theory is that
his best suit of clothes is missing
This was the suit he was to have been
married in. No trace of it can be
found. Miss Oert utile Ilenfer. hi.-, fian
cee, is prostrated with stiff. All prep
arations had been made for he wed
ding, the home was already furnished
that they were to live in. Ciwiirs had
been ren-ed and were placed abrnit th"
house for the quests at the ceremony.
Miss Iteufer is a yonn.it lady of excep
tional character and her neighbors and
friends Ihivh nothing but praise for
her. She had the respect of h. r em
ployers, the Iowa Telephone company,
where she had been an operator for a
number of y ears. Thr ofiiefais had al
ways thoutihr of her as one of its most
Grand Chapter Ends. The low.
trand c-huptt r cf the Eastern Siar co:,
eluded its sessions here yesterday af
ternoon, electing Mrs. Aliena D. Ward,
of I'ldora, worthy grand matron.
IX THE SUBURBS.
The revival meet
rawing largo crowds
Stylish Ilats Luilt
bitiea estratu-i ia it
Hats fer Mies tcJ
I . l i . . j J
a v.i w ti rcr.-'
l'taut .'..! c
V.'o.-aes. f:. .n
-II ".it el
Snappy irncturc; i
rr.ua stvp lie!iv'r ar
content with life. P'.ck
these who desire, t. .
Boys' Suits l
with Suits that
can M all the
down to I. We .
wear that tra d..-..act!v C0
tUsh, $14 down to P-
Furs, Skirts, Waists, Costs and Chces for
Women and Misses
Topcoats, Raincoats, Overcoats, liais nd
Shoes for Men and Boys
If f III 13 I
Hamlet. Oct. 27.
!ngs in Aledu are d
William Whisnian and family and
Miss Addic- Itoyles were shopping in
KocU Island Saturday.
Mrs. Khoda Vickers is doing well af
ter her operation of last Friday.
Miss Lulu Cooper is visiting rela
fives In Aledo this week.
Ouite a number from here attended
to the funeral of .Josiah Candor of
T. H. Cooper and family visited their
son Hoy on Sunday.
Leek Cain and family visited
Tom Sprtwton Sunday.
nd Mrs. A. J. Swatisim. 102 4 Seven
Obituary Record. At 2 o'clock yes
enlay afternoon Mrs. Caroline Swan-
son, wife of .John Svan.son. the well-j for quite a while. Deceased was a
known Fifth avenue grocer, expired a
the family home, 17 Twelfth avenue.
Death was due to acute lung trouble,
from which Mrs. Swanson had been ill
native of Sweden ami had resided iu
this city for many years. She is surviv
ed by her husband and several children.
107. E. Second S t.,i Davenport
The C. M. & St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cities, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed, for further information phone any
of their offices.
C M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Home seekers tiAets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Sor. 1, 1905
To points In Iowa. Minnesota. North
and South Dakota. And every first
ana inira i uesaay in eacn month to
other homeaeekers' territory.- For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C. M. & St. P. ticket office.
Low Rites via the Roc'-: Isiaii.
On Nir. 7 rr.i 21. IV-r. 5 an ! ii t;K.
Ivoe!c Is!smi! v.-;; rave en r.f', r-:il'
ri; tickets a a vrrv ln- ratp ?- a :. i-.i
b r of po'iiTs ia th n., v.-e-r
Mj;..jit:. riT n.ii :n rorina :en ca
ilepot or c'ty of.':. 123 Stcjnj
Largest Chutes in World. At New
Shops is to be found the greatest coai
chutes in the world and at present a
large number of men are employed on
that one pi0ce of work. Thi founda
tion of these chutes is constructed of
concrete and the chutes when complet
ed will "" feet long, longer than two
regular city blocks. Foundation com
pleted, the carpenters went to work
constructing the heavy bridge work
upon which the loaded coal cars will
be pushed so that the coal can be load
ed into the chutes on cither side of the
elevated track, Ovtr 1,i0u,mn feet oi
inn. her will b? used in construction.
There win he Sa pocket coal chutes,
e.irr.gh to coal 4 tngines. From these
tacts one can gkan the great capacity
for which the yards are being built.
In comparison the coal chutes at Na
tick only contain something like 2n
pm-kets so that the New Shops chutes
are four times as large.
Fell from Wagon. Wiliiam Simp
son, Deere & Co. employe, a single man
who rooms at loSS Eighth avenue, fell
under a wagon about 5 o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon and sustained frac
ttirrs of. five ribs and a fracture of one
arm. He is now a patient at the Moline
Found Collar Bone Broken. CJer-i
trtide Linder. the ln-year-old daughter'
or Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Lindtr, 1710
Twelfth avenue, met with a painful ac
cident whiie playing at the Lincoln
school. She and a number of sch(ol
mates were playing tag when she
tripped and fell, striking her shoulder
on the ground. Her shoulder pained
considerably and she went home dur
ing school hours, but it was not thought
that the injury was of a very serious
nature. The pain increased and a phy
sician was called and it wa found that
she had fractured the collar bone.
Will P.liM Mrui IS,,-U.- Un,,r.
- ' t
It is rumored that the erection of a!
new slaughter house, to take the place.
of the one recently destroyed by firej
in South Moline township, is being
. ... . . . . . ; . . . l . i n , i i . , .. v. . . r i
the old one.
Peterson-SAanson. Wednesday at
noon the wedding of Miss Emma C
Swanson of this city and Emil J. Peter-
son was celebrated at the Swedish'
Luthtran parsonage, the Rev. L. A.'
Johnston performing the ceremony.
The happy couple were attended by
Miss Elizabeth Haliberg and Gilbert E.
Swanson. The bride is an estimable
young lady and is the daughter of Mr.
i4 rustic is Floes
AS USUAL, WE ARE SHOWING A MOST COMPLETE LINE OF BEAUTI
FUL, ARTISTIC AND STYLISH SHOES, AS WELL AS THE STOUT, SOL
ID BOOTS, MADE IN MANNISH EFFECTS.
A NEW CALF STOCK MADE UP IN ALL THE DESIRABLE SHAPES
AND STYLES MEDIUM TO HEAVY SOLES BUTTON, LACE AND
BLUCHERS. WILL BE MUCH IN EVIDENCE THIS SEASON.
$3. $3.50. $4 Pair.
ANY WOMAN WITH TENDER AND SENSITIVE FEET WHO HAS TO
STAND ALL DAY OR DO A GREATDEAL OF WALKING, WILL FIND
RELIEF (GUARANTEED) IN OUR CUSHION SOLES OR FAMOUS
"RED CROSS" SHOES.
Ask to See Them.
SATIN SLIPPERS IN STOCK, IN EV
Staid ha.! :i:i rrz.rra of
very severe son:etin:e?, bt i? csn
cured. Dorm's Ointment, quick and pr -j
J. M. 8UF0RD
The old r're and tin:e compan
tes represented. Kates as low
t any company can afford.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS
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