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GTHE ATiGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, lOor.
DIES IN A CHAIR
and Mrs. Margaret Armstrong of this
city. He a'so leaves a brother, James
nraham. residing 1?; M:ss!?rpJ-
TOO MUCH TO DO
Heart Failure Overcomes Joseph
Graham, Over 80 Years
HEALTH APPARENTLY GOOD
Residing With Son James Graham on
Fourth Street Former Resident
of Farm Near Cable.
1WILL CONTINUE NEXT WEEK
! Coroner s jury txoneraie upr
Annual Fair at Sacred Heart Hail Open' aor from Blame for Fair
Until Thursday. j M
A few minutes after retiring to his i
room last evening, Joseph (Jraham was FATHER
lound dead, sitting in a chair, his head
thrown back against lae wai!. Mr.
tiraham, who resided at t lie home of
his son. Jaints Craham. TOO Fourth
street, went upsa:rs ro retire for the
night a few minutes af:-r ! o'clock.
His son and rtattgliter-in-la w a f- w min
utes later heard a t-ound as though h
had fallen, and running upstairs, were
.startled to find the old j: -nib-man dead
in his chair.
For some time Mr. Graham, who was
over So years of a.e, had 'een slowly
lailinji. but his condition was iiot such
that he was confined to hi b-d. He
had ie n about the house- for several
days, and y s rlay st me d to be in
exceptionally j.oo.I health. He had
bet n on the street during the day. In
1 he evening !ie si rined i'l Ills Usual
ti alt It.
When his si-it reahe-d his sid- lie
was d ad. Ivath is i : ? ri 1ut I to heart
lailure. though n; inj'is: was held
over the remains by for.un.-r Eckhart.
Mr. (jraham had been c-omplainin;; of
various aiinn nts lar 'y dm- to the
general c!e-o::ity of .'.d age. and was
partially und r the e .m- of a physician.
do ph CiMhani a native of
county Noui-hn. Inland.. His age i 3
not known exactly. :!;.nih he wa be
tween mi and years of :;g-. About
r.u years ago. he- and his wit.- cam" to
America, and settled on a farm in
Mercer county, to ar fable. There Mr.
Graham made his ho:m- until aboe.t '
months auo, In ti lie eame to Rork
Island to reside- with his sou. His wife
died two years ji;o.
He was a member of the MetholSt
c hurch of fable. The n mains wi:i be
taken tuiiiorrow for burial at Wemd's
church cemetery, near Preemption.
Short services wl! be h--!d from the
l.ome of the son in this ci'y tomorrow
Ilesid s his son James. Mr. Graham
is survived by a son. John Graham of
Viola, two (aii!if rs. one a' fable and
another in Chicago, two sis'ers, .Mrs.
Elizabeth Sandusky, of South Heights.
The annual fair of the Sacred Heart
church is to be continued until next
Thursday evening, owing to the in
creasing interest being manifested in
the fair. This evening in connection
wih the fair, which Is being held at
Sacrt i Hf art hall, in the rear of the
church, an txcelitnt musical program
will be rendered by the Bleuer-Hemen-way
orchestra, assisted by soloists of
l the church.
WAS CHECKING PACKAGES
HANLEY AT VILLA
Retreat in Progress Until Monday
Morning Recitations Begin.
r.ev. Father HanJey. of Chicago, U
delivering the sermons at a retreat
that has been n progress at the Villa
de Chantal since Thursday evening.
I: continues until Monday morning. At
U o'clock the classes will be resumed.
AT CRAMPTON'S TONIGHT
Fifty More Fountain Pens to Be Given
On account of the reat disappoint
ment this morning in not having
enough packages. 1.0"0 more packages
are oeing wrapped up today to con
tinue the big stationery sale at A. V.
Ciatijpion's. Fifty fountain pens will
be given away tonight, every twenti
es package containing a fountain pen
fottie in this evtning with 10 cents
for an excellent package of stationery
worth from 2."c to ruc. You will get
your money's worth several times. 1719
Therefore He Did Not Receive Orders
to Hold No. 11 for
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of th. Peoples' Power com
j any will be held at the office of the
company N'r. leu Seventeenth street
Rock Islmd. Hi., on Friday. Nov. 24.
1 at :!::! p m.. for the election of
directors, and for the transaction of
such other bu.-ines as may came be
fore the me et ns.
PEOPLES' POWER COMPANY,
P. S. Davis, Secretary.
Oct. 24, 1005.
L. E. Graves, the operator at Fair
field. Iowa in held blameless in con
nection with the head-oa collision of
No. 11 with No. 12. in which four were
killed, on the Rock Island road Thurs
day morning. The finding of the jury
"We. the coroner's Jury, decide that
the deceased came to their death by ac
cident, and we are unable to fix the
blame; and further, we think there is
too much responsibility for one man
as d'spatcher and mail and packet
agent at the Fairfield station. We,
therefore, wish to exonerate L. E.
Graves, of Fairfield, from any blame
in connection with the matter."
Had Cttbrr nutlere.
The decision brought out evidence
that the Eldon dispatcher wired Fair
field to hold No. 11. but the agent was
too busy to receive the message and
tlie wreck, killing four people, follow
ed. The jury was all composed of
Fa rfield men.
(J raves says that he did not O. K.
the message, while the Eldon opera
tor insisted that he did. The operator
was taken away from the key to check
packages at the critical time, so it
Lambs Wool Soles
C UPERIOR trade fin lamb's wool
slipper soles, beat grade sole
leather bottoms, for crocheted slip,
pers for men, women and children,
per pair. 39c, 1 Q
25c. 22c and
iD 1 1 :'-nioiii, sj
UVLI 13 kislaNDJLL
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
i RING j our broken umbrellas to
our umbrella department for re
pairs. Our expert repairer will do
your work promptly and cheaply.
Silk Prices That Talk Loud
C OME of the reasons why we do the
big silk business of the tri-cities.
Monday at 9:30 a. m. and all day if they
27 inch white Ilabutal Wash Silks, 19 inch Black
Swiss Taffetas, short lengths; Japanese Silks In light
and dark shades ,
about 1,000 yards at
Knir and t-outimird ool tonight unit
J. M. SIIEK1ER, Observer.
.Minimum in I her mint tit iiur, 2.';
11.-11 mil m, 47. Yrlwlt)- of wintl at N a.
11., 7 in i lern prr hour.
Trmprrnturr ut 7 a. 111., 2."; at 3:3i
p. hi.. 40.
Proposals for Grading.
i-v aled proposals for grading 1,5"M
rubir yards. tnere or less, eif dirt on
Second avenu'. Se ars. Illinois, will be
received until ', p. m. Nov. G. The
above- is for joint work of the Tri-City
Railway company and the village oi
Se ars. cm the Tower line. The village
reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. H. K. f OX,
Octobe r 2C. H"3.
HCR.E IS ANOTHER. ONE OF
I jajataiaS$ i.2"
TOR THIS HANDSOME QUARTERED OAK SADDLE WOOD SEAT
PARLOR ROCKER. WILL MAKE ANY ONE A PRESENT OF ONE
IF THEY CAN BE DUPLICATED AT ANY OTHER FURNITURE
STORE FOR LESS THAN t3.SC. IT IS A GENUINE BARGAIN AND
IF YOU WANT ONE COV1E QUICK.
324 326-32S Brady St., Davenport. Iowa
Fo.-get to visit
Young & McCombs' this evening.
Insure with McKee.
do roller skating Saturday.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Seasonable butterflies, a cents, at
See Eberhart if you want a first
Skating rink. Fifth avenue and Six
Secure your Hallowe'en party sup
plie s at McCabe's.
Other facts about diamonds you will
learn at McCabe's.
Olio's select band at Turner Grand
llargains in pianos at Eberhart's,
11224 Fourth avenue-.
Otto's select band at Turner Grand
Young & McCombs' lead in women's
apparel. See their big stock.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third aveuue.
Fall suits and cloaks, the strictly
new things at Young & McCombs'.
The Royal Arcanum will give their
second annual dance at Industrial hall
TIih laelies of Trinity guild will give
a pie and cake sale W'ednesday all day,
Eberhart's piano rooms in his resi-
deiic-. 2224 Fourth avenue, both
The ladies of Trinity guild will give
a p.e and cake tale Wednesday all day.
llargain in a good second hand u-
right piano at Kberhart's-2224 Fourth
WII dressed women wear Wooitex
garments, bee tnem at xoung & Jlc
Th'j ladi'-ft f Trinity guild will give
a pie and cake tale Wednt day all day.
There is work for women at the
Rock Island Canning factory. Sears,
There is work for 5t women at the
Rock Island Canning factory. Sears,
You will never tire of Mrs. Austin's
pancakes. A fresh supply now on hand
at your grocer's.
Some of the rtasons why McCabe's.
are doing the big silk business of the
three cities see ad.
Cau save you money on a piano. No
stor expense. Eberhart's residence.
2224 Fourth avenue.
Tiiere ii work for womeji to do
scrubbing at the old Commercial house.
Call Monday morning.
l.as! week for penny photos. Must
stop taking orders by Nov. Kerr,
ISOTVj Second avenue.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dyeing at the New Panitorium club,
1909-1911 Second avenue.
Have plactel ar:itt:c pianos in tome
Colored Swiss Taffetas,
all plain and changeable
colors, per CO
85c cnUITon Crepe tie
t'henes, all silk. 24
75c White llabutai wash
silks, per AQ
$1.00 White Ilabutal wash
silks, per '7t.
Lining Satins, yard wide,
all colors, guaranteed two
seasons wear, QQ
per yard VOC
SI. 75 -peelal quality.
yard wide black
75c Swiss Taffeta,
fjll'DOK playing cards, gilt edge,
ple'ture backs. 50c is the val-
ue, well sell them at 39c,
100 packs at
Fine glazed playing cards,
ship backs, 25c
Games of Block. Toot. Pit and
Frenzied Finance, the Big Four
games, you know them at
iOc. here they are
Bridge Whist score
Thousands of the nicest tally cards
yem ever saw. all prices
from, per dozen
', Thousand of gay butterflies,
11 aiul they fly around the F. 'i
room, only Jt
Snap These Up
Y INTER Coats, loii, loose stvlos.
fur shawl collars.
. . . $5.00
W made with
$.5.00 apiece; 110
mistake - - - -
ladles Knit, snappy stU-s.
pretty clothes, pe-rfeot work
manship and fit. the price
will surprise you n dim! I
surprise when you cjjirv ff
wv the suits lv.Ul
Walking skirts, Panama
Cloths. Meltons, etc., per
fect hancing. will sell ejuiok
ly at this C- A A
jrlee. $3.44. only . . ?"
cChlhlren" "nts, a variety if
stvles. slianelv and service
able, about 4 it
in all at
Iji"o alt. all eiver lace
wni.Ms, silk fiiunelatloiis. to
look Mt the-m you mlcht
guess $10. small lot QA 7f
ef I are here at ... . O5. V7
Child's Winter Presses, you
I'un't al'uril to make them,
styles are juetty ami the
prices are Just JJ1 OC
. S '
FREE Instructions in
Art Needlework will
be continued Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday
Fancy Goods Dept., second flop.
WE Want Everyone to eat our fine chocolate creams;
whip cream chocolates, raspberry jelly, plum
pudding and fruit cake chocolates, are among the new
fads. Then the celebrated Allegretti Martini chocolate
creams are simply the finest. Buy a box for your best
girl, or for the wife and little ones.
Shrinking of Dress Goods
and Cloth of all descrip
tions work done pronipt
lv. and at trifling cost.
BIG display of the newest belts. Prices
do their own talkincr.
All silk taffeta
shaped belts . . .
Silk belts, lined
Belt buckles, steel, gilt,
and Etruscan, plain and
V" 0 . 9 copper bottom wash boil-
er. tin covers,
Nickled tea kettle heavy and well
Other Facts About Diamonds
IF W K depended on the Diamond or Jewelry busi
ness alone for our profits, it might be different.
The largest diamond business in the three cities is done
at this store. Ready cash and large purchases open
to us sources of supply not enjoyed by small dealers. A
very great advantage when it comes to Investment of this
character. Just now we wish to ak inspection of a
lot of misses diamonei set rings, ' to 4 karat stonns,
they are of rare beauty, and demonstrate again the
saving in buying diamonds as well as other Jewelry
where prices are lowest and responsibility absolute1.
NEW lot of Women's, Mis:
Children's .Jersev Leggi
Overgaiters just opened.
10 epuart flaring pails,
extra goed value
Silver's 3 ring
Silver's Improved toaster, can be
used over the flame of a gas,
gasoline oil or spirit stove, se-e
Fancy Hour cans.
holds one sack of flour . .
Cake cabim-ts with
lejck anel key
l'J-inch extra heavy
busting spoons, each
If It's anything In tinware, wire
gotxN. galvunizeel or Japanne-d
ware', you need, you will find it
Wome-n's tine uality full
le--nt;th wool lined jersey
leggins. pe-r pair
Misses sizes of
same-., 7 ye anel. . . .
Children's sizes of
same, 69c and . . .
Women's ki-rsey ;in-l felt
ove-rg.iit its . hi.ch or low
cut, pe-r 1 air. yf
fi le-. 3!c an. I JC
C "tiil.ll e-o's FauntliToy e-ut
leather leggins, QQ
I..r,,v sizes for
The Housefurnishinc Problem
T is now time- for little ao-liiions to the- home
wlii.Mi make the- Ioiil- e-vt-nings more ele-
llghtful. Here are a few
Kasy chairs a:id I'lckej:
anil mission tlnhli.
Morris chairs, eom In s t' i loth
enpofts. Pai-!iiu!i l. ils. fool rt-sts
divans. iiiiigazin e-alii ne-t.-. ie o! v i
t'a !jltiets . se-etio.-ial booU .-, etc.,
You wiil Intel our prii-cs ure most r
1 oak . mahogany
nl l.atliiT. Iav
oeiil seft-e-s anil
book i-ases, wall
a mm 1a hie .
pianos in his home all the time. 222-'
Fourth avenue. You can buy one on
Shrewd piano purchasers have berur.
to investigate Eberhart's piano stocl
at bis residence, 2224 Fourth ave&ue,
t.nd always buy.
Dry coal at Mueller's yards; screen
iugs. JI.CO; mine run. $2.83; coke,
$5.50. Your money's worth in coal
See Mueller's ad, page 7.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 7UG Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 59.
McCabe's intend to have everybody
eating their fine candles, Morse, Rube"
ami Allegretti tine chocolates are
among the best made in this country.
Try them and see.
No dealer carries any better pianos
than I do at my home. Prices and
grades will convince you if you will
call nd investigate. E. C. Eberhart.
2224 Fourth avenue.
The ladies of the First M. E. church
wil; hold a housekeepers' sale at the
home of Mrs. C. L. Walker. Friday af
ternoon. Nov. o. Coffee will be served
during the afternoon.
The Central Union Telephone com
pany is getting out a new telephone
dinctory. along the lines followed in
the last book, the principal difference
being that there are more names In it
more telephones listed.
Staff Capt. Cowan, of Peoria, assisted
jy Ensigns Handley and Zedan, will
conduct the meetings at the Salvation
Army ball tonight and tomorrow.
Trere will be plenty of gooei music, as
Ensign Zedan is an excellent soloist.
At the Broadway Presbyterian
church tomorrow. Mrs. Robert R. Rey
nolds will sing at the morning services.
Mrs. Edla Lund anel Henrv Wheelock
sing a duet from Steiner at the even
ing service, and Mrs. Lund will also
sing a solo, "My Redeemer and My
Lord," by Dudley Buck.
ljx-al agents today received nejtices
from the general passenger agents of
the various roads to the effect that
since the quarantine restrictions have
been removed in Arkansas. Texas. Mis
sissippi. Illinois and Tennessee, no cer
tificates of health and non-xposure to
yellow fever are required for travelers
in th-i southern states.
KNOX COUNTY JUDGE DIES
P. H. Sanford Served Several Terms in
Judge P. H. Sanford. formerly a
member of the state senate and lower
louse of the legislature, died yester
'ay at bis home in Knoxville, aged s:.
He had served several terms as county
judge in Knox county.
The will of the late Richard Wan
ham was admitted to probate in county
ourt this morning. All of the property
s bequeathed to the wife, Annie M.
Wareham, who is named as executor.
Oyster lunch at Ponce de Leon, 1521
Second avenue, tonight.
For All Kinds of Piles.
To draw the fire out of a burn, heal
a cut without leaving a scar, or to
cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and
all skin and scalp diseases, use De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A specific
for blind, bleeding, itching and pro
truding piles. Stops the pain instant
ly and cures permanently. Get the
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
FOR MORE THAN
iUflCEST STOVE PLANT iNMWRLD
MAUB and SOLD.
No Scrap Ircm
Used to reduce the cost of castings which enter into the
construction of Jewel Stoves. They are made from the highest
grade of pure gray iron tested, analyzed, and capable of resist
ing a breaking strain 01 1 ,uuu pounas 10 me square
Outlast all others, give greatest satisfaction, and insure great
est fuel economy. Jewel castings ao not warp, crac or
burn out, bat remain in perfect condition after yearj of use.
Every Jerwel Stoveno matter how low the price- bear the outward
evidences of Jewel quality in the clean cut, easily polished castings
and superb finish.
Ovr 3.800,000 Jewel Stoves Mad and Sold
On every Jewel Stove will be found a Jewel trade mark and tha
name Detroit Stove Works-the Largest Stove Plant in tho
Gt m Jewel snd You Get the Best
For Sale by
Allen, Myers & Company.
Many sufferers from nasal catarrh
say they get splendid results by using
an atomizer. For their benefit we pre
pare Ely's Liquid Cream Balru. Ex
cept that it is liquid .it is in all re
spects like the healing, helpful, pain
allaying Cream Balm that the public
ioc Keen f&m'Iiar with fnr viam N'n
of out bet homes the past summer.,, cor heT dacgerou8 dnig in
Lbcrfcart. 222! Fourth avenue. , Jn Tfae 6pray rfcUeTes at
When you ask for Mrs. Austin's pan-! onCe and cure is certain. All drug
cake flour, insist upon having it, and gistSt 75 cents, including spraying
cay Mrs. Austin's and no other. 1 tube or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 War-
E. C. Eberhart carries from 10 to 12 ' ren street, New York.
A d-cte rtfj cment.
The kind that induces a man's
friends to osk
XOho Made It?
Certainty Fits Tcrfccf.
And so reasonable at
$20, S25. $30.
DEAL L SCHMITT,
ILLINOIS THEATRE BUILDING.