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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1905.
WiU Give Masquerade. The class of
June. '07. IkH a mfitinK at t?i hli
school Wednesday even n. Th pnr
tse at tr.c nine ting wan t eonsidei
giving a !a:jr A masquerade was
hT!Kp-s'"!. .ii 'l 'n a vote fhc class It
cik'l iin:ininifiily in favir of ma
queradf. Tlii will !? iv ;i durint?
Hie holiday.', bur tlsc -xact daie is un
One Justice Marries' Another. Wed
tit-tulay evening at o'clock, at the
cozy new home of the bride and prootn.
72H West Fifteenth Mrett. occurred the
weddlnK of llHiry'K. C. Ditwn. the
well known and pop'ilar jus:e of tho
peace of Daveniort. and Mis Minn:.
jlaa.ss, an accomplished mid iopular
young lady of the city. Ti; ceremony
was performed by Justice .1. f'lark Hall
and mark.1 the tir: ihstutk in i:ie m-.-i
Tory l ScoM cor.nty where on justice
has perform d innrrl.t::-' c.-rernony
To Become Saloon. It is nn.UTstoo.l
that nerpo iiition.- arc now under way
by uhicii ihv factory of the National
IMscuit company on the south sid "t
East S'xotid sm t beteu Ilix-i.
Island ami i'. rry nr'vts will tiecome a
saloon and warehouse of a iari. brew
iim company. A I - - 1 of .ji! has ljc :
filed with tin county recorder, by t?:e
terms of which the National IVsct.,.
nmiiiiny c.mvr s to Walter A. nmels.
;nw of Tucson. Ariz., fori of Mr. and
KUH'is. of this city. lot n.
hi l.f Claire's Second addi
city of I:i ven;ort. This :.;
;iv am .-t Sv.-f.:i 1 ytrv--'
e j T r ti r of the liL-Tisi; con.-
The pnrchns" price
year. Dr. Teufel w as "called from Buf !
falo and put it in splints aain.
Charged With Perjury. Among the
indictments returned by the grand jury
was one against George S. Atkinson.
The charge is that of perjury. Mr. At
kinson is charged with having commit
ted this crime in the conn of Justice
J. C. Hall on Sept. 1C. 1X5. It was
during the trial of the civil action
brought by Edd Slavin against P. H.
Mass. Mrs. M. K. Mass. and George S.
Atkinson for the recovery of wages and
a certain sum of money which Siavin
said Atkiuson was keeping for him.
"I paid Edd Slavin J3n on Saturday
evening. Sept. 2, 1905." It was with
these words that Atkinson is supposed
to have perjured himself and the indict
ment says that he made this statement
while knowing it to be false. Slavin
was a night foreman under Atkinson-at
the Mass livery barn and. because Sla-
j vin was addicted to the use of intoxi
' cants. Atkinson kept his money for
him. On the date mentioned Atkinson
is supposed to have secured a receipt
'from Slavin and then failed to turn
I over t he money.
lion to ti:
the pr !
pan;' !s ! cated.
is tiv-l ht ?t."..t"
Want-i $2.C0O Damages. W. L. I a -
rs, niitii reC'-ntly superintendent for
the Ifcu.'tiport Ga Ai Klectrie com
pany. Iia . t!,r :!- h hi- torne;. s. Chatn
lierliu i'.teistii. i'.i' il an am. nilmeni
to hi; si:;- i!i v.hiiii c'.-.i:n.s $2. "!
ilani.-tL'i fi fro:; i th" Ia v :i;r.r, AL- S-'uhur
ban ItaiK'-ay company.
Who Pays Water Rent? '!!,.
t:n if v,i:r:icr the latid'r-i or th.
t' ttanr mut pav ti1 wafer t; is !:
raised in t ti.- case of the Havenpor?
Vter ilttpati s. ( ';i ' :i' 'f : lie K. Val"'.
This v: -i- :s now en trial ;!id is the
first fn brought bef-.ro a j-try a1 tlr
present o mi of court.
Broke Arm Third Time. l.ouis i:: 'i
ineler. si.'t of .bil:;i l"eic!:ineter, !
Jatnesto a ii. fill wiiiie rcnnir.u n
way to :. i:ii.il y-',t ril;iy and broke hi.-,
arnt. f..r t!..- ih.rj t'tne .u the jms;
Obituary Record. The death of Got
t lieu rerninana .Mutner occurred yes-
i terday morning at the family home. 711
I Vf st Ninth street. Mr. Mueller was
nearly 7 ytars of age and his death
was due to an iliness of a short dura
tion. He was born in Nordhansen,
'Germany. Jan. S. 1S2S, and was educat
ed in trie old country, where be learn
ed the trade of a cabinet maker. He
was married to Miss Matilda Leon
hard' in 1S". and left the fatherland
for America- with his wife and came
direct to Galveston. Tex. On May 19.
IS"., the young couple came to Daven
port, where Mr. Mueller followed his
trade and later joined the firm of
Knostman & Petersen, of which he
was a number for a number of years,
retiring from active labor 33 years ago.
Wednesday evening at her home, 324
Iewa street. eccurred the death ef Mrs.
Margaret Ward, at the age of 7i years.
Mrs. Ward was. ln)rn in Ireland and
those left to mourn her loss are four
daughters, ail residing in Davenport
Mrs. Anna Collins. Mrs. Frank M.
Stewart, and the Misses Teresa and
Extend Paving. In contemplation of
the improvement of the river road be
tween the city and Watertown, the
city officials have already taken the
preliminary steps toward securing the
paving of Third avenue cast to the city
liinitnext summer. L. M. Magill has
secured the promise from the state
highway commissioners that they will
spend part of the money appropriated
for experimental road making along
this road, and the city desires to co
operate if the farmers are to have an
inlet to the city which will be in first
class ctjndition for travel at all times.
Elected Director. Dr. P. H. Wesse-l
has been elected a director of the Mo
line National bank, in place of George
Dunn. T. M. Sechler has also been
selected to succeed Charles A. Barnard.
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. II. D. Hettinger, Indianapolis.
Ind . says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely af
tlicted with rheumatism. I finally tried
Detchen'3 Mystic Cure for rheumatism,
and in four days could walk without
my cane; two bottles cured me sound
and well. I take great pleasure in rec
otiune nding the Mystic Cure to all who
are nffiicted with rheumatism." Sold
by Otto Grotjan. l'.Ol Second avenue
Rook Island; Gust Schle?el & Son
220 West Second street. Davenport.
Unique Invitations. The Moline club
football team has i sowed unique and
appropriate invitations for its Thanks
giving dancing party to he given
Thursday. Nov. 30. at Skinner Annex
with dancing from 9 to 1.- The invita
tion is on a triple val of light cream
board, the first leaf announcing the
party, the center one the team, offi
cials and dance cemimittee, and the
last the record of games played and
scores of the season. When folded
the invitation represents a miniature
fooball. with correct lacings, etc.. and
requires no envelope.
Assauft and Battery. A case of as
sault and battery came up in East
Moline police court yesterday after
noon, in which Ben Griffin was the
C&veatAe -it "
No dangerous drtlg3 or alcoholic con
coctions are taken into the stomach
when Hyomei is used. Breathed
through the inhaler, the balsamic heal
ing of Hyomei penetrates to the most
remote cells of the nose and throat,
and thus kills the catarrhal germs,
heals the irritated mucous membrane,
and gives complete and permanent
Hyomei is the simplest, most pleas
and and the only guaranteed cure
for catarrh that has been discovered.
Cemplete outfit. $1.00; extra bottle, 50
For sale by H. O. Rolfs.
Dlaintiff ann .inhn Rn't the defendant.
Griffin went to the home of Mrs. Bull,
the defendant's mother, and demanded
rent money which he claimed to be
due. It seems that some trouble arose
In regard to the matter, and Mr. Bull
appeared on the scene about the time
that Griffin was making his best effort
to secure the money. Buil resented
something that was said, and blows
followed. Griffin caused a warrant to
be issued for the arrest of Bull.
Entertainment for Delegates. Imple
ment dealers of Illinois, who gather
here Dec. 13. 14 and 15 for their an
nual convention, will be entertained
Friday afternoon with a trolley ride
about the three cities, to the Tower,
the Arsenal island and other points of
interest, and the same evening they
will be guests of the manufacturers ai
a smoker to be held in Industrial hall.
The entertainment committee, of whicn
F. J. Savage, of Deere & Co., is chair
man. has completed arrangements for
the entertainment. Tom S. Hoffman
manager of the Industrial theatre, has
be-en given charge of the affair at the
hall so far as the stage is concerned,
and he will put on a bill of vaudeville
which cannot fail to please. Present
indications are that upward of 2.500 of
the 3.5m dealers ef the state will be in
attendance during the three days of
the conventiem, which will be the best
in the history of the organization if
plans of the manufacturers carry.
Want Another Game. When the Mo
line club football team meets the East
Ends it plays the final game of the
scheduled season, anel the day after all
accounts will be. settled and the team
will practically disband. Yet it is pos
sible the squad will make one more
trip out of terwn. The Pekin White
Sox want an oppeirtunity to retrieve
the defeat suffered here two weeks agot
and they have written asking that the
club meet them in Peoria neutral
grounds on Sunday, Dec. 10. They
guarantee expenses for IS men and
give a privilege of CO or 40 per cent of
the gross gate receipts, according as
the team wins or loses.
SEVERE CASE YIELDS TO DR. WIL-
' LIAMS' "PINK PILLS.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up toward the
heart causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plaine. Minn., writes that a
friend dreadfully injured his hand,
which swelled up like blood poisoning.
Bucklin's Arnica Salve drew out the
poison, healed the wound, and saved
his life. Best in the world for burns
and sores. 23 cents at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store.
If you are troubled with tlizzy siells,
headache, indigestion. constipation.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well and keep you well. If
it fails, ge't your money back. That's
fair. 33 cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Patients Face Was So Drawn
Could Hardly Eat or '
Nervous people should keep a care
ful watch upon themselves for the
symptom generally described as ner
vousness is often the first sign of ser
ious illness. The person who gives
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a trial for
nervousness is not only taking the best
possible treatment but is also insur
ing against severe nervous disorders,
such as partial paralysis and locomo
tor ataxia, which these pills have cured
when ordinary treatment failed.
"I had been feeling badly for a long
time." said Mr. Harry Bemis, of Truth
ville, Washington Co.. N. Y.. " and in
the early part of September, 1902, I
was compelled to quit work on account
of my ill health. My trouble was at
first extreme nervousness, then my
sight became affected and I consulted
an oculist who said I was suffering
from paraylsis. He treated me for
some time, but I got no benefit. I tried
another doctor and again failed to ob
tain any relief. My nervousness in
creased. Slight noises would almost
make me wild. My mouth was drawn
so I could scarcely eat and one eye
was affected so I could hardly see. 1
had very little use of my limbs, in fact
I was almost a complete wreck.
"I am all right now and am at work
again. That i3 because I followed
my wife's advice and took Dr. Will
iams' Pink Pills. She had used the
remedy herself with the most grati
fying results and she persuaded me to
try them when it appeared that the
doctors were unable to help me. .
"They acted very surely in my case,
for my face came back into shape, aud
much sooner than I expected I was en
tirely well. They simply worked won
ders for me, as every one in this place
knows, and I am glad to help others by
telling the story."
The reason why Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills effect such remarkable cures is
because they purify and enrich the
the blood, which nourishes the nerves
and gives strength to every organ of
the body. They have cured obstinate
cases of neuralgia, nervous prostration
sciatica, insomnia, as well as partial
paralysis. They are also the best ton
ic in all cases of weakness, as the en
ergy required for the daily work of life
all conies front the blood. All druggists
sell them. Write the Dr. Williams'
Medicine Company. Schnectady, N. Y.,
for further information.
The New Jewelry Store
BULK, BRAINS, BRAWN, BACKBONE THE TEST GAUGE OF
Will you visit our store? Let us assure you that the charm of dis
tinctiveness Is In every piece of jewelry we sell. Distinctiveness in
dress and the personal appointments of ones teilet ii an expression
of good taste.
Artists of ability and skillful craftsmanship have wrought beauti
ful ideas into tasteful creation for us. They are here, in the concrete,
awaiting you. They shimmer and gleam in our cases and in their satiny
beds. They await your choosing.
For Saturday's attraction we will offer medium size Roman gold
crosses and signet scarf pins of excellent quality for 50c each.
"I suffered for months from sore
throat. Ec'.e'Ctric Oil cured me in 2-1
hours." M. S. Gist, Hawesville, Ky.
1707 2"- AVE
Rock Island. III.
port and Clinton
25, and Sunday
BromoLftx contains no
'Quinine) breaks up colds la
the heutt in a few hour
luves no bad after-effects
I like Quinine Preparations.
iDueti the work uuii-Ulv
safely" tret a box today from your drug
gist Ask for the Oranne Colored Box
anil see that the label reads
LUJCONTAINS NO QUININE
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time compan
ies represented. Rates as low
as any company can afford.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS
fWm. HS Su,t A $1
W?f $10 to $30 M
Wf ) $7.50 to $40 J
The Daylight Clothing Store
Not a dark corner in this Big Busy Store. We are prepared
to fill your wants at much less price than any other store
will offer for dependable merchandise.
Suits and Over
coats, all new and
needed the money,
you get the benefit.
100 Men's Fine
made to sell for $15
Plain and Fancy
colors;52 Inches long
OUR UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT
Is full of warm numbers,
37c to $5.00
I II Mm
200 Men's Fine
Suits, worth up to
$18. You can have
This Is without doubt
the greatest snap we
have evcr'offercd voii
Our Hat Department
Full Line of
Hunt for the Big Blue Front
J HE Wll I NOW
r I V Y' jpf J .
rMlltfiK Ch,,d's Su,t ln the 9
lfi store, blacks and X5J
blues excepted. 'Lj
I H Enormous stock " fr" SK rv(
. if k
Is the largest in the three cities
A f a. 1 m - - - - -
fu ine uesi maxes
DUN LAP.' STETSON, IMPERIAL
$10.09 to S35.C9
ROCK ISLAND. ILL