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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, ldO.
Mathias Eggers, in Buffalo, occurred
he death of thuir daughter. Gertrude
Elizabeth Hggers. better known as
3essie, at the age of 18 years.
Find Hem foe Baby. The lit.lt
bttbj Ijft by Mrs. Olive John.-on at the
Denadom sanitarium at M:-'
West Third street, on Wednesday of
last wok in ha v ins considerable trou
ble In finding a hon e. Dr. Iltnadnm
endeavored to leave the charge at the
jmjUoc station, but the officers refused
to accept I?. Matron HiH w;is ncii
nought, but t-he was not la. The at
tendant there also reached the dc
cislon that the child did nor come in
their province. The chiM was nnall
ent lo Mercy hospital, where it i
now Jn the hands of the s;uts of tin
order in charge of that institution
Harry Johnson, ts the child is namtJ,
was left at the Bena!om sanitarium on
West Third street by lt mother lavr
Wednesday. The woman left, leaving
a note for the doctor and his wife, giv
ing the child Into their custody. Noth
ing further has been heard of her.
- Gets New Trial. Attorn'-ys t'hani
berlin & Petersen have received the
ruling of the supreme couit in which
I. O. Wllilnp, now serving a six-year
sentence in the state penitentiary upon
conviction of the charge of arson at
Waterloo in connection with Harry A!
lendorf. 'la granted a new trial. The
supreme court overrules the linking of
the lower court and grants the prison
er a new trial uion several grounds.
The first of these it that the court
.V THE SUBURBS.
Kat Mo:;nc, Nov. 23. Miss Tillie
Vtlvon of Coal Valley has been visiting
ith her sis'er. Mrs. C. M. tJrandjean.
in Third avenue.
Dr. ling's new house is going up
rapidly. If will be one of the finest
residences in the placy when com
peted. The Central L'nion Telephone com
pany will take out a franchise for the
tse of the streets. Better service is
The foundation for the new automo
bile works is uow being laid on First
The regular monthly meeting of the
teachers of the East Moline schools
was held at the John Deere building
Miss Fannie Price, a former teacher
at the John Dft-ro school, and who is
now teaching in Moline, was visiting
friends on Tuesday.
Fifty-two dollars was donated to Hen
ry Ziamen by the employes at the auto
mobile works. Mr. Zeamtn was the
victim of an accident in which he lost
the use of an eye.
Htrbtit Clark, who was injured in
a runaway accident near the drug
store on Sunday night, will be disabled
for some time.
Miuu lvrfT. V-Ir.n anil tr rtiitlir
erred In Its Instructions to the Jury. If .. visitt,ri ' ilh Mr aT, Mpa
The second and more important Is the' ' ,rl t..w,iv
alleged confession of Willing. Th;
Frank Brown on Tuesday
The Ladies" Aid society met with
Mrs. Frost Wednesday afternoon. They
are making preparations for a fair
which will be held shortly before the
Foster, Nov. 2.1. The social at D. A.
Kleist 's was quite well attended last
Tuesday night, Nov. 1 i.
Meetings are in progress at the Ger
man M. K. church. The services are
vorce just tit'cause she was attorn to muu-w mv- snuiuuo miv.-
nlrt a net. lion. Mrs. Heft ha Meier has eMing.
confession was made to the sheriff and
mayor of Waterloo under a threat an I
the supreme court therefore finds that
it is not admissible as evidence against
the prisoner. It was almost solely up
ou this alleged contesslon being testi
fied to In court that Willing was con
victed i:t the time of h!s trial.
Filet Counter Bill. Bringing serious
barges against her husband and alleg
ing that he brought his action for j
tiled an answer to the petition f,r di
vorce made by her husband. Mrs.
Meier ahwiiut her husband brou.-h.
the divorce action in order to antici
pate her in the action which he knew
she was about to bring. She claims
that the charges of adultery and cruel
and inhuman treatment which he
brought against her are entirely fal
and made for the purpose of casting
humiliation, disgrace and shame upon
Wanted Elsewhere. A man who.
when arrested a few, days ago, gave
the name of Tom McDonald and has
been lodged in the county Jail, serving
out a sentence for vagrancy, proved to
be one, "Ked" Ounn. wanted in Llnu
county for a brutal assault on a con
ductor of the Milwaukee road some
tlm ago. Deputy Sheriff 8. B. Scott,
of Marion, Iowa, was in the city ami
took the man hack with him there for
Receives a Bear. The park commis
sioners are in receipt ol tine cub
bear, presented to the Davenport parks
by W. K. HickUofT. of Iowa Oily, The
bear comes from T.aeona, N. Y., and
was turned over to Superintendent
Arp of i be Davenport parks by the
American Express company. lie will
uuke his home In Fcjervury park.
Death at Buffalo. Yesterday, a' the
home of lier parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Funeral services, for Jack Wade
were held at No. ! schixd house Satur
day morning. They were conducted by
Uev. J. It. Spiller. Mr. Wade was born
iu England and was connected with
a church of England. He belouged to
the 11:1th Illinois regiment. He died
in his 77th year. He leaves a wife to
mourn his demise.
The F. F. F.'s gave a banquet at the
home of Thomas Watson's last Satur
day night. There were about 40 pres
ent. Various games were indulged in.
Refreshments were served.
Miss Ella Foster visited with Miss
Ethel Foster Sunday.
J. II. Foster, Kate and Gladys Fos
ter, Mrs. Ed Keyno.ds and sou, Ualph,
and Fred Kleist, were Sunday visitors
at the Watson home.
Miss Erna Hanrt of Ixmc Tree, Iowa,
visited over Sunday with Miss Carrie
Mrs. D. A. Kleist and daughters, Sa
die ami Katie, left Tuesday night for
a three weeks' visit with relatives ut
J. H. Foster and daughter, Kathryn,
left Tuesday evening for a few days'
visit with friends at Hock Island.
The F. F. F.'s will meet with Miss
Minnie Rickett Saturday night.
Thrown From Buggy. Mrs. Henry
Rohwer, of 701 Twenty-second street,
met with a painful accident yester
day while driving with a friend, Mrs.
J. " Williams, in East Molin. They
were driving along the bluff road, and
suddenly the horse shied, running up
onto a bank, upsetting the buggy and
throwing the ladies out. Mrs. Rohwer
was unable to walk after the accident,
and she was taken to the office of Dr.
Johnson, who found that the knee was
Builds New Block. Work is under
way for a new business block for Can
dee Grove. C. S. Candee has let a
contract to Milam Bros, for the erec
tion of a two-story brick building to
rise on ground adjoining the Candee
store in the district recently annexed
to the city.
Plans for River Park. Clark Ander
son, city civil engineer, has drawn a
map of the proposed city park which
it is hoped to establish on the river
front on the ground secured from the
D., R. I. & X. W. railway when that
company secured its right of way
through the city. A meeting is to be
held this week of the park committee
from the council and the park commit
tee of the civic department and a defi
nite recommendation will likely be
made to the city at the council meeting.
Newberg-Karstens.- Ellen N'ewberg
and Frxk Karstens were the princi
pals in a pretty wedding at the Second
Congregational parsonage at S o'clock
Tuesday evening. Rev. R. S. Haney
officiating. They were attended by
Miss Ida Kroeger and R. R. Bailey.
The groom is a foreman at the Karsten
brick yards and the bride's parents
live in Opheim.
Offer for Building. Yesterday after
noon H. A. Ainsworth made a legal
tender of 50,00 in gold to Louis Ro
senstein for his three-story business
block on the corner of Fifteenth street
and Fifth avenue, but it is understood
that the tender was refused by Mr.
Rosenstein and that the matter is not
yet settled. John A. Goodmanson is
handling the matter for Mr. Ains
worth. Some time ago Mr. Goodman
son secured the power of attorney
from Mr. Rosenstein to sell his build
ing for $50,000 in six months. A C0
day option was then given Mr. Ains
worth on the building by Mr. Good
manson. It seems that the matter will
be brought into court, which will in
volve Mr. Rosenstein, Pierr & Co., H.
A. Ainsworth and Mr. Goodmanson.
Mr. Ainsworth has demanded the lease
tin the building, but has not received it.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Bridget Cree
don, relict of the late Patrick Creedon,
passed away at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Honora McEnary, 231G Fifth
avenue, yesterday. Death was due to
old aget the lady having been in her
(3rd year when the end came. She
was born in Ireland Feb. 13, IS 13, and
came to this country in the early '403
with her parents. They settled in
Pennsylvania, and 17 years ago she
came to this city to make her home
with the daughter at whose Iioiik she
died. Besides Mrs. McEnary, she Is
Ten thousand demons gnawing awa) survived by two sons in Denver, Ed-
ttt one's vitals couldn't be much worse j ward and Patrick. Three grandsons
than the tortures of itching piles. Yet mourn her in this city Dennis, coaeh
t here's a cure. Doan's Ointment never! man for C. H. Deere, and Edward and
fails. I William, who formerly were in the
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AND WE CAN
EVERYBODY CAN HAVE NICE HAIR
NOW, and you don't have to wait around
weeks and months for results either. You
will sec improvements from the very first
Ktr!I.-i:rT3c-ci I.'cw L,fe ,n Grows 3
Trc. I-cnr-r t.a.i i: was Before.
Cieutk m n :
Your Iiamiciitw l:a ma le my tiair grow
owt Ihrrc trrt lonif than it was when I be
gan ll UT.
It i nou, over five tVet torj: sn-1 keeps riM
o mowing, it seenk laitlv era t out of lay
s-lp. it i m Klo- anrt nice too.
Lauderiuc will always hae my best wishes.
Soda Crackers arc becoming more and more
Of the People .
It remains for the national biscuit company
to bake more and more Unooda Dlseuttt
ETir the People
Who desire more and more Soda Crackers of
known purity, cleanliness and unchanging
quality. Unooda Dlscult have long been
ly the People
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they do, a union of all that is nutritive and
healthful at the lowest possible cost 5.
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Social Tea Biscuit
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
livery business on Sixteenth street.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Pe
ter Anderson passed away Tuesday af
ternoon at the family home, 430 Tenth
street, and the body was laid to rest
yesterday In Riverside cemetery.
This GREAT HAIR GROWING REMEDY
can now be had at all Dru-gt-w in three
ies, 25c, 50c. ar.J Cl-CO per bouli.
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senna inis Bi-eTUement to th
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BOOKINGS AT ILLINOIS.
Nov. 23 "The Two Johni."
Nov. 24 Stetson's "Uncle Tom'e
Nov. 25 "The Forbidden Land."
Nov. 26 Hans and Nix.
Nov. 27 "Alice In Blunrferland."
Nov. 28-29 Britt-Nelson Fight.
Nov. 30 "McFadaen'a Row of
COMING ATTRACTIONS AT THE
Eddy Foy in "The Earl and the Girl."
Mabel Hite in "The Girl and the
Blanche Bates in "The Girl of the
Kelsey and Shannon.
Mrs. Leslie Carter.
DeWolf Hopper In "Happyland."
Alexander Clarke In "Loveland."
Jeff De Angells in "Fantana."
Paula Edwardee in "Winsome Win
nie." C. E. Evans In "The Filibuster."
Edna Wallace Hopper fn "The Heart
"Babes in the Wood."
"The School Girl."
"School Girl" at the Illinois The
blnins comedy, "The School Girl,"
was presented to a good bouse at the
Illinois last evening, with Carrie Rey
nolds in the leading role and a gener
ally wt 11 balanced company, although
wilh en anything particularly brilliant
in the east beyond the star. The pro
duet ion is beautifully set with scenic
efftis and on the whole richly cos
tumed. The first act is particularly
pretty and while there is some clever
comedy and some catchy mu6ic
throughout the play, there Is much
that is trash and horse play, that is
hardly expected fn a play so styled.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" Tomorrow.
Stetson s "Uncle Tom'a Cabla," with
two Tupsies and the humor strength
ened by two Marks, and with more of
the quaint pastimes of plantation life
as it was "befo de wah," In the way
of cake walka. buck and wing dancing.
jubilee tinging, etc.. will be Been to
morrow afternoon at 3 and evening at
the Illinois theatre. .
Is Funny Play. J. C. Stewart's raer-!
ry iEiis:cai iary-, me iwo Jonas, i
which is undoubtedly one of the fun-'
niest comedies ever written, will be the
attraction at the Illinois this evening.
It will be remembered that the prin
cipal characters are taken by two very
fat fellows who play the parts of Philip
and Peter Johns, who are cousins and
are continually causing side-splitting
situations by being mistaken for one
Said to Be a Hit. "Hans an' Nix,'
which is the title of Dixon & Fields
undisputed comedy success which
comes to the Illinois theatre Sunday
Nov. 2G, matinee and night, under the
management of Walters and MatthewS;
is said to be one of the biggest hits in
the career of this team of comedians.
"Alice in Blunderland." "Alice In
Blunderland" is the title of the new
merry mus'.cal fantasy the book of
which was written by Morris S. Silver,
while the music and lyrics are the ef
forts of W. R. Williams. The play
abounds with numerous laughable sit
uations from start to finish and inter
ests even the most fastidious seeker of
amusements. ITnlike most musical
comedies of today, "Alice in Blunder
land" has a clear plot, with here and
there a touch of pathos to offset the
witty lines. The cast is composed of
excellent artists, such as Will J. Dick
ey, Harry Greene, Gertrude East
man, Myrtle Higden, Mae Harvey Bar
bour and Irene May. This play is at
the Illinois next Monday night.
Isle of Bcng Bong Coming. Mana
ger Taylor, of the Illinois theatre, has
been successful in securing B. C. Whit
ney's latest and greatest operatic ex
travaganza, "The Isle of Bong Bong,"
which will be seen here in the near fu
ture. This gorgeous production comes
direct from a record run of over 200
consecutive performances in Chicago.
Few musical offerings in many years
have attained such remarkable sue
cess, or won such unanimously favor
able criticism. The book and music
are said to be exceptionally clever and
ttineful, and the dialogue is described
as being particularly witty. The or
ganization consists of over 100 people,
and is headed by John W. Ransone,
the man who made all London laugh.
while playing the leading role in "The
Prince of Pilsen."
Song js Popular. One of the songs
In "The Forbidden Land" receives as
high as eight and ten encores every
night. "My Lhassa Maid" is the title
of it. and nearly lO.OOu copies were
sold last season. It will be heard at
the Illinois Saturday night.
If you are troubled with dizzy spells.
headache, indigestion, constipation.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well and keep you well. If
it fails, get your money back. That's
fair. 35 cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
The C, M. & St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cities, aleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed, for further information phone any
of their offices.
C, M. ot. St. P. Excursion Rate.
Home seekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 1905.
To points In Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota, And every first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
Of the Central Passenger association
will, commencing Nov. 1, 1905, be hon
ored between all stations on the Illi
nois Central railroad in Indiana and
Illinois south of Chicago, Wenona and
Peoria, Inclusive. This interchange
able mileage will also be !k:m
and from St. Louis, Mo. A. ii. i
Son, passenger traffic mana. i ; :
Hatch, general passenger ajr ut .
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for ;
by Dr. Kings New Life Pi Ms. .
tell it by the bloom of health
cheeks; the brightness of th
the firmness of the flesh and i.i
the buoyancy of the mind. Ti i
At Harts & Ullemeyer's drus .-.t .:
But Few Are Free.
But few people are entirely fn
indigestion at this season or h
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not .:
best remedy to use because it
what you eat but because it t!
ables the digestive apparatus
Hate and transform all fooils ;
sue-building blood. Kodol t
sour stomach, heart burn, be!' 1: i
all forms of indigestion. So' I
Edges That Last
Probably you have bought edged tools made of steel
was crumbly, or too tort to hold an edge, or so nara
he brittle. You mir have boueht them for rood tool.
There is, however, a ur wiy to get tooh with edge that
last. It is simply to ask for the Keen Kutter Brand when
buying. Keen (Cotter Tools have keen standard of America
for 36 yean, and are in every case the best that brains,
money and skill can produce. They are made of the finest
grades of steel and by the most expert tool makers. As
a complete line of tools is sold under this brand.
that I ; .A
The draw knife shown here is an example of the esceUeoce
of Keen Kutter Tools. It has a nicety of balance and
" hang," which has never been successfully imitated, and it
is made of the best steel ever put into s draw knife.
Yet the Keen Kutter Draw Knife is oo better than all
other Keen Kutter Tools.
The Keen Kutter line was awarded the Grand Prize U
the St. Louis Fair, being the only complete line of tools
ever to receive a reward at a great exposition.
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