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THE AKGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 100.'.
FOUND ON FLOOR
William Endlich Stricken With
Apoplexy While on Duty
NO ATTENTION FOR HOURS
Stroke Came Tuesday Night Lives
Week Without Signs of Recov
eryWas Night Foreman.
William Endlich. Clo Fortieth street,
died thin morning at 5 o'clock from an
apoplectic stroke sustained last Tues
day while he was performing his du
ties aa n!ht foreman at the Weyer
haeuser & Henkmann saw mill. J.asi
Tuesday nlKht. nearly midnight, he
wan overcome with an apoplectic btroke
in the mill office. It was several hours
later before he was found lying on the
office floor by employes. He was re
moved to his home at once. He was
similarly affected several times withia
the lait year.
Kmpla?eal lr A ryrrharu.rr.
Mr. Kndlich was iio years of age.
haviiiK been born at Newark. N. J..
Auk. 2.",. S2. He came to Rock Inland
when 21 years of ase, and was tor some
time employed as a coachman for Fred
rick Weyerhaeuser. La?er he became
night watchman ut the saw mill, and
for the last six y-ars has held the of
fice of ni;!it fu: enian. He was mar
ried when 2". years of ape. His wile
died 14 yeirs ago. He leaves a son,
.'corgi- A. Kndlich. a daughter. Miss
Marie Kndlich. of th.s city; a brother.
Oeorge Kndlich. and a sister. Miss Til
liO Kndlich. residing at Newark, N. J.
He was a member of Sacred Heart
liurch. The funeral arrangements
have not been conipl 'ted.
t-'alr tonlitht uuil rilnrailu) ; vruritirr
J. M. SIIEHIKIt. Obaerrer.
I nilrr I ha- laluriirr of the mirllinrat
trn I nil Ihm Uan nalvani-rai tu l.akr
Suprrlor. mdI I h-koiiI li rxlr rn laiv prr-
iirf Ihnl ra-tTiiiiiiM irotrnl rr ArUona.
rialan hutr fallru In Ilia- Ink a- reitlatu
naal front Nr Mrla-a. ailurnilu aaal
I lab rnitniiril I I ha- Ohio allr . all
mntlrrril ahowrra bur reached to the
uulh A I l.-inlla- t-aat. 1 be ucirlhnrai
arrn area of hitch pressure, nri'iiiiiiMialml
l fair, ronl nilha-r. eft-nal from
llrlllvb ail n m Ida to thr Innrr Mlaii-
lil 1 1 . I'alr wrnlkrr will -au-tlaua
In thlo Tla-tnlt.v tonight nnal eil
raaaln). Mimrnhnl hltiha-r I a- in rn-
ureaa limliihl, a-iauaril Hy thr raalnnril
mnirnirDt of tbr northern ntairni.
'Irniprrmurr at 7 n. ni.. SS at S trial
p. .. 4': Minimum Irinprrnlurr In tbr
liiat 21 baxirxa. U ntutlnium. UK elata-l-tjr
f wlnal nt H a. lit.. ." mile an hour.
Insure with McKe.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus. baggage, express, call Uobb's.
A son was born Saturday to Mr. an 1
Mrs. K. J. Waters.
Co roller skating afternoon ami ev
ening, except Sunday.
I.ast week for penny photos. Must
stop taking orders by Nor. 6. Kerr.
18071 Second avenue.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third aTtuue.
You get your money's worth In
coal from Mueller's. See ad, page 4.
Dry coal at Mueller's yards; screen
ings. fl.GO; mine run. $2. So; coke.
You will never tire of Mrs. Austin's
pancakes. A fresh supply now on hand
at your grocer's
The Royal Arcanum will give their
second annual dance at Industrial hall
Nov. 2. Good music.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dyeing at the New Panitorium club,
1909-1911 Second avenue.
When you ask for Mrs. Austin's pan
cake flour, insist upon having It. and
say Mrs. Austin's and no other.
Have you noticed that Ingalls has
not advertised in the local columns re
cently for repairing? Enough is as
good as a feast.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone. weBt 59.
The TriCity Ladles' guild of the
Temple are Holding a meeting at the
old temple in Davenport this afternoon
for the purpose of formulating plans
for raising funds toward the building
of the new Jewish temple in that city.
Louis Bernstein, of this city, who
was badly injured in a fall from his
wagon while peddling potatoes in Dav
enport yesterday is still alive, but re
ports from St. Luke's hospital give lit
tle hope of recovery.
For smart street and ready-to-wear
hats in the most pleasing effects and
artistic combinations, as til as very
low prices, go to Miss Bennett, the
new miliner at Mrs. LaFrenz' old
stand. If you patronize h-r once you
will always come again.
FOR TURNER HALL
Republicans Plan Another Meeting J.
D. Buckner and Capt. Clayton
The republicans are planning for an
other Turntr hall meeting. This takes
place tomorrow ni.eht and two outside
.-peakers have been secured fr the
occasion. These aie J. D. liuckiu r and
Capt. Clayton Chavis of Chicago. As
there is only a wiek 1 f ; in w hich to
get up the mcessary enthusiasm to
K t the vote oiu an extreme effort is
now being put forth to overcome the
apathy in the ranks of the party. This
will proably be one of the most im
portant meetings held here in this cam
paign Hon. David Ross of the bureau of
labor statistics with headquarters in
Springfield, will speak at a meeting of
republicans to be held in Coal Valley
Thursday evening. Friday he will be
in Hock Island and Moiine and Satur
day he will speak at Shermrd.
A Daredevil Ride
often ends in a sad accident. To heal
accidental injuries use Bucklin's Arni
ca Salve. "A deep wound in my foot,
from an accident." writes Theodore
Schuele, of Columbus, Ohio, "caused
me great pain. Physicians were help
less, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quick
ly healed It." Soothes and heals burns
like magic. 25 cents at Hart & Ulle
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We Do as
So believe us. We
cut nnd make to
your measure high
class tailor made
$20. $25, $30
Call and see.
BEAL & SCMA1ITT,
THE BUSY TAILORS.
ILLINOIS THEATRE BUILDING.
Rock Island. Illinois
iTd IWM 'h TBSr
or Your Money Back
Our New Fall Suits od Overcoats
Are Cerfainly MASTERPIECES of the CLOTHING MAKER'S ART. Every garment bears evidence of painstak
ing effort by weaver, cutter and tailor. The man who comes here for his FALL SUIT and OVERCOAT will be
better dressed, have more money left than the man who doesn't. Do you grasp the hint?
IT MtH H'l-c A s f
Lota of them in the
very latest styles, rang
ing in price from
$10 to $30,
A large assortment at
$1 to $5
A great quanity in tlie
new colors, single and
double breasted. Good
values at prices from
$10 to $25,
$1 to $4
!' nJ' 'ill
Exceptionally big valves in Siiits and Overcoats
from $12.50 to $iS.
All New This Year's Goods.
No old styles or off colors to show you
AIM AT CHARTERS
Rock Ishnd Interested in Pio
posed Revocation of Old
WOULD CHANGE SYSTEM HERE
Stealings of N. C. Dougherty at Peoria
Arouses Agitation Along
For All Kinds of Piles.
To draw tlie lire out of a burn, beal
a cut without leaving a scar, or to
cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and
all skin and scalp diseasesf use De
Witfs 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.
Tired out. worn out woman cannot
sleep, eat or work; seems as If she
would fly to pieces. Hoilister's Rocky
Mountain Tea makes strong nerves and
rich red blood. 35 cents. Tea or Tab
lets. T. H. Thomas. Pharmacist.
Those Illinois cities that have special
school charters, of which Rock Island
is one, may lose them as a result of
the stealings of N. C. Dougherty, the
former Peoria school superintendent.
Peoria has a special charter granted
about the same time as the one Rock
Island has and it is alleged that the
terms of this charter made it possible
for Dougherty to continue his opera
tions for a long period undetected. Un
der the general school law opportuni
ties of this sort are said to be fewer,
and Gov. Denecn. State Superintendent
Rayliss and others ere agitating taking
away the special charters by the act
of the legislature. Though Peoria has
suffered severely the people object to J
giving up the charter.
at I'lMnihle !lrr.. i
In Rock Island an admirable system
of auditing til!s renders it impossible j
for any extensive fraud unless the en-;
tiie school board is party to it and '
Rock Islanders would not be likely to
yield up the advantages of the special
charter without a vigorous protest.
There has been some agiration here in
the past for such a change but it nev
er gathered much force. 1
Mmc. Clara Hall, of New York, respectfully invites the la
dies of Rdck Island to a demonstration of the LATEST
FRENCH METHOD OF PREVENTING WRINKLES, PRE
MATURE ACE, and in the GENERAL CARE OF THE
SKIN; also PREVENTION OF BALDNESS, will be at Ho
tel arms, room 43, commencing WEDNESDAY, Nov. 1,
till Nov. 4. Mme Hall it a graduate of Paris. Sweden and
New York schools.
CONSULTATION IN EVERY CASE FREE
MORNING SCHOOL DISMISSED
Necessary Repairs Are Made on the
Son after schiol convened at the
hih school building this morning one
of the fans in the heating system be
came out of working order and it was
necessary to close the plant for re
pairs. On account of the temperature
of the rooms school was dismissed, but
convened again this afternoon. The
sessions continued until 4:30.
Da the right thing if you have nasal
ca;irrh. Get KJy's Cream Balm at
once. Don't touch the catarrh pow
ders and snuffs, for they contain co
caine. Ely's Cfara Balm releases the
secretions that inflame the nasal pas
sages and the threiat. whereas common
"remedies' made with mercury merely
drive them out and leave you no better
than you were. In a word. Elr's Cream
Balm is a r.al cure, not a d!u?!on. All!
druggists, S"c, or mailed by Ely Bros
Warren street. New York.
Scald head is an eczema of the scalp
ery severe sometiires, but if can be
cured. Doan's Ointment, quick and per
rranent in Its results. At any drug
store, 50 cents.
This grocery market is fast
being recognized as the most
complete in every respect in the
tri-cities, and the large, growing
business is evidence that the
public appreciates their oppor
tunities. pf-a-lal Ma-ntlon About Chra-m-Wbit-b
C arry la Ntax-k:
New Edam. Cumembert, Fro
mage de Brie. Waukesha, Pine
apple, Imorted Swiss, Domestic
Swiss, McLarens. Club House,
Hand Cheese, Sage Cheese,
Roquefort. 1-imberger, New York
Cream, Brick, etc.
Just received, genuine import
ed Ementhal Swiss Cheese. You
luay like to try a cut ef this ex
tra fine cheese.
SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY
New York ripe cream 1Q
che-ese, per lb IbC
Wisconsin choicest brick 1Ql
chees?. per lb ItwC
Picnic hams, per -71
I. X. 1 pancake flour, nn
25c pkg tUC
Maple sugar, per
Kohrs' Ik-st leaf lard. Qr
10 lb. pai'.s yiC
Fine new Rockaway mackerel,
fre-r.h, and new Bismarck her
ring just received.
Harris & Hess
Eighteenth SL and Third Ave.
Xarw rpbtMtcw &MO aad S8SS alal
al T 9tf9 47
Chicago, Oct. 31. Following are tlie
market quotations today:
Receipts today Wheat 2S), corn 29a,
oats 831, hogs 21. 000, cattle ll.Oui),
Hog market opened shade lower.
Light 4.S0'fi5.25. mixed and butchers
4.85fii5.C0' good heavy 4.40 5. CO, rough
heavy 4.40 4.70.
Cattle market epened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 4,0oo, cattle 7,000.
Hogs at Kansas City 1G.000, cattle 1C,
17. S. Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market
weak and generally Cc lower. Light
4J0Q5.22, mixed and butchers 4.80tf2
5.25, good heavy 4.40ft 5.25. rough
Cattle market steady. Beeves 3.40(ri:
6.30. cows and heifers l.C54.40.
Sheep market weak to 10c lower.
Hog market closed fairly active.
Light 4.80(3 5.20. mixed and butchers
4.80 5.25. rough heavy 4.404.R5.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York, Oct. 31. Sugar 142.
Gas 104. C, R. 1. & P. 29. Southern
Pacific 70. B. & O. 112V6. Atchison
common 88 Atchison preferred 104.
C. M. & St. P. lSuu. Copper SI. W. V.
Tel. Co. 93. X. Y. Central 151rH. L. &
X. 152. Reading common 12.s'i. Can
adian Pacific 172. B. R. T. s.r.?4, P. S.
Steel common UlI'j. l S. Steel pre
ferred 8Si, Penna 14-", Missouri Pa
cific 10:;. Union Pacific Coal
and Iron SH'i. Erie common 4S1,. Wa
bash preferred 44, C.& O. W. 21.
Illinois Central l'SVfe. Car Foundry
41. Republic Steel preferred ;5. Re
public Steel common 25, Metropoli
tan 119, Smelters 139.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Oct. 31. Following an;
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery. 23240; dairy,
ISc to 20c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 9c
a pound; hens, per pound, 7c; ducks,
per pound 10c; turkeys per pound 12a
Vegetables Potatoes, 55c0COc.
Eggs Fresh, 22c.
Feed and Fuel.
(J rain Corn, new 45c, old 50c 52c;
oats, 28c 30c.
Forage Timothy hay, IS.OOQ1 I0.no,
prairie. $3 to $:; clover, mixed. $7$S;
Wood Hani, per load. $4.50(ff $5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13cg14o, slack,
per bushel, 8c(ft9c.
Hogs Mixed and butchers, J1.503
Cattle Steers. $3,000 $1.75; cow
and heifers, $2.00Q $4.00; calves,$3.00
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3.00Q
$5.5it; lambs. $(;.ro.
A Splendid Idea.
A new idea In a cough syrup Is ad
vanced in Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar. Besides containing pine tar.
honey and other valuable remedies, It
is rendered laxative, bo that its use in
sures a prompt and efficient evacua
tion ef the bowels. It relaxes the
nerxous system, and cures all coughs,
colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. A
red clover blossom and the honey bee
is on every bottle of the original Lax
ative Cough Syrup Kennedy's Laxa
tive Honey and Tar. An Ideal remedy
for children. Mothers praise It. It Is
best for all. Sold by all druggists.
Cures Croup, sore throat, pulmonary
troubles. Monarch over pain of every
Eort. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil.
Prepared For Here
enette Coats, Fs?Mdrngo3,ks a;.4. KHHnery.
It is safe to sav that this store lias nvt r crr.
better prepared than right now to supply the women
of the tri-cities and vicinity with Ready-to-Wear (Jar
raents. Enormous StocKs, Greater
than ever; Superior Values,
Unequalled Elsewhere. All
at Lowest Prices for Good
See us before buying. It will pay you to do so.
6 West 2nd S.,
nport, 0 0 Iwa
Xhe Bee Hive ".tli