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THE AltGUS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1905.
DAVEHPOHT ITS, '
Florizel Reuter Coming. Florizei
Reuter, the wonderful young violin vir
tuoso is to be htre during the holidays.
Florlzel and his mother, Mrs. Reuter.
and Arthur Newstead, the gifted youn?
English pianist who has been with
them a South American tour, have
reached the United States direct from
South America, and will upend the hol
lrJayh here, leaving soon afterward for
Mexico. They will arrive In Davenport
tomorrow evening. Charlton Murphy
of Philadelphia, a graduate of the con
servatory at Geneva, a pupil of Henri
Marteau and a violinist of ability. Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Haddix, parents of Mrs.
Reuter. and Miss Flora U. Haddix. her
sister, are anticipating the visit with
much pleasure, as will the friends of
Men to Be Transferred. The erec
tion of the mammoth transfer station
and yards by the Rock Island road at
Silvis will result in about a dozen em
ployes of the road in this city being
XTHUnTcrr? there. The changes take
effect on Jan. 2. G. S. Cameron, the
newly appointed ant at Silvis. was in
Davenport selecting the men who will
Hay ward for Office. The Des
Motues Register & leader publisher
a fine likeness of Hon. V. C Hay ward
of this city, with an xtended article in
which it stated that Mr. Ilayward
The Very Best Tadking Machine on the Market Today. You Can Have It
$L00 Do we aed $L00 a Week Until Paid
These Terms are Good No Matter How Fr You Live From Rock Island.
The large size 10 inch records, now 60c. Everbody, everywhere, will tell you that the VICTOR
TALKING MACHINE'S Records are the Best.
mm i oc
Saturday, Dec. 23.
ONK M4.I1T OM.V.
lUcliiinl Carlf'a MrrW'st Musical
The Maid and the Mummy
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l.o.ik ami lrli- ty Kiel. aril Carl".
Muil: liy Kohfi-t lll It-twerx. Tli
tit tKlii.il N-w York t Lent re I'rodtirtlort
HiiJ wt;tr ouxt hcHtl'(l ly May Ulyt
l"r'l Wiirrtn. anil tli
lUdilMimriit I horuM K.fr With thr Ju
lia and I'ollj .lrU.
l'lllCKS 2.V 1...0; li..x. Jl.r.n. S at
n.iU' Tliurmiay murninvc at 1 'cl k.
NELDLES 100 for 5c
fOTTENS MUSIC MOUS
1726-1728. Second Avenvie,
Rock Island, 111.
Don't. FaJl to Attend
Our Afternoon Con
certs and Heevr All
the Latest Records.
We Are Headquarters for Talking Machines and Supplies.
Sunday, Dec. 24.
Mattnre aail MKkl.
Tlit lt.-autlful Iturul Trania.
Quincy Adams Sawyer
A STOHY K .MOW CMil.AM).
I'JtlCtS- Matiiu f. 25c uml r.0c; vtn
Intf. 2io. :. 7.".c: box. ft. Sut3 Fri
day rnoruiiu; at ! oVIoi-k t theatre.
Thono V 224.
NEW TURNER If ALL
Will give three shows daily at
3 p. m., 8 p. rn., and 9:15 p. m.
Sundays there will be four
shows, at 2, 3:15, 8 and 9:15
On Friday afternoon the pret
tiest baby will receive a hand
some diamond ring.
Friday night is amateur night.
Entire change of program ev
ery Monday and Thursday. Box
office open at 2 p. m., and 7 p m.
Good, rk'an, up-todato entertain
ments. At a small price 10 CENTS, no
would probably bhortly announce his
candidacy for the nomination for sec
retary or state, in the sift of the next
republican state convention.
Dies in Street. John H. Hoehn, an
old and well known citizen of this city,
was stricken with apoplexy on the cor
ner nf Warren and Second streets yes
terday afternoon and dtiith resulted al
most instantaneously. The fatal stroke
came about 2 o'clock, w hen Mr. Hoehn
wa enjoying an afternoon walk. He
ftl; face forward snd was picked up by
passers by and taken Into Maizeu's
meat market on the northwest corner
of Second and Warren streets. De
ceased was about 70 years of use and
has resided in Davenport for many
years. He was a carpenter by trade
but recently was engaged in the gro
cery business on Gaines street. His
home was at Wamu street. He is
survived by four children.
flm-ao. Dec. 2. Following are th.
market quotations today:
December. S'2t. S2;. S2'4. 2.
May, ST. 87;, 87, 87.
July, S::. 8. S3, S:'..
December. 44. 41Vi. 4 Hi, 4 Hi
May, 447. 44 ,. 4 4. 41.
July, 44. UVs. 41, 41.
December. 30 Vi Soli. 30',i, 30i.
May, 31?. 31. 3l.
July, Uo. 30-. :i), 30.
January. 13.50, 13.7.r., 1300, 13.75.
May, 13.G2, 13.1M, 13.C2, 13.U0.
January. 7.37, 7.43. 7.37. 7.43.
May, 7.40. 7J2. 7.10, 7.50.
January. 7.10, 7.17, 7.lo, 7.17.
May. 7.23, 7.40. 7.25, 7.37.
Opposite Harptr House
Opening Bill Monday Afternoon.
Amrrli'ik'n tlrfatrt Owned y Wire lVr
fortnir. MR. AND MRS. JACK.
lti Ul)rl Comedy ketcli.
ll;:li OlavK Iwj-tl.iJs anil Jloi,olui.
l-tly( Moving Picture Ktlm: and the
Kxtra AJJJ Attraction.
fuCKLEY'S EIGHT FAMOUS DOGS.
Thre iH'rrormancri lally at 2:43.
T.4S anl :19 p. m.
lrlc- Afternoons, any tKat, 10c.
rvenlng-n. lic and 20c.
Receipts today. Wheat. 20: corn.
4oo; oats, 214; hogs 16,000; cattle, 400;
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over, 4,000. Light, 4.SrtS?5.10;
Rood heavy 4.8015.15; mixed and
butchers 4.S5&5.15; rough heavy 4.R5
Cattle market opened unchanged.
Sheep market opened unchanged.
Hogs at Omaha. S.oon; cattle, loO;
hogs at Kansas City, C.ooo; cattle, 1,
500. IT. S. Yards. v:40 a. m. Hog market
strong to 5c higher. Ught 4.X5ifj 5.12:
mixed and butchers 4.30Ji5.20; good
heavy 4.S53.20; rough heavy 4.S5'f7
Cattle market steady.
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed strong to 5c high
cr. Light. 4.OJjo.22: mixed ana
butchers 4.85C5.15; gcxxl heavy 4.S51r
3.22: rough heavy 4.85?i 4.95.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, Dec. 23. 45as lol'.i. V
V. 1484, I'. S. Ste-el preferred 105",
lT. S. Steel common SU'-i. Reading 137
U.KTk Island preferred f.S'i.Rock Is'.and
oonimon 23. O. c W. 51. Southern
Pacific COS. N. Y. Central 151. Mis
souri Pacific 103. Metropolitan 127!.
I. . & X. 151 Smeltera 14,. C. F. I.
55 i. Canadian Pacific 174. Illinois
Central 175-. Penna 143. Eri 46.
T. C. I. 133. C. O. 55. . R. T. 8.
II. & O. 112. Atchison 88. Urxtmo
ttve t'. Sugar 152. St. Paul 180. Cop
per looij. Republic Sttn.1 preferred
Xew York. Dec. 23. Reserve in
crease. $211,775; reserve less U. S. ia
creas?. $18.325: loans increase. $1.-
543.10; tspecie Increase. $1.83,700; le
gal dtcrease. $1,510,400; deposits in
crease. $1,139,900; circulation decrease.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed and FueL
Rock Island, Dec. 23. Following are
the wholesale quotations In today's
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Dairy, 20c to 22c.
Lard 8c 10c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 9c
a pound; hens, per pound, 7c; ducks,
per pound, lc; turkeys per pound, 13c
to 15c. Geese, per pound, Sc to 9c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 65c.
Eggs Fresh, 23c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, new 42c45c; oats, 31
Wood Hard, per load, $5(5 $5.50.
Forage Timothy hay, $10$11;
prairie, $7 $9; clover, mixed, $7$8.
Coal Lump, bushel, 14c, slack, per
May Muster Out Reserves. There is
now a possibility that the local divi
sion of the naval reserves will be mus
tered out of service unless there is a
radical change in the matter of at
tendance by the members of the divi
sion. Thursday evening Col. Walter
Fieldhouse was in the city iind inspect
ed the local division. While the col
onel did not divulge the report he will
make to the state department as to the
condition of the local division, it is a
known fact that there were only 27
men present at the inspection Thurs
day evening, a very poor showing w .icn
it is considered that there are 7o mem
bers in the company. However, the
colonel stated that the armory in Mo
liue ranks with the best in the state as
far as the equipment is concerned with
the exception of the rifles which are in
u.e. Although he made no positie
statements, it is evident that he thinks,
as well as many others who are ac
quainted with the local conditions, that
there is not enough enthusiasm among
the members. Last June the division
would have been mustered out had it
not been for the prompt action and ef
fort on the part of C. II. Deere, who
took it upon himself to influence the
officials in charge to not take immedi
Settles for Death. The estate of
j Charles Iambeitson. the baggage man
I who was killed by a Rock Island train
at the local station some time agu, has
settled with the road out ef court, the
consideration being $5,5ofl. The settle
ment was $5,500.
Kendall-Mitton. Fred C. Kendall
and Miss Emma E. Mitton, both of Car
bon Cl;ff. were married Thursday after
noon at 3 o'clock by the Rev. M. V.
Crumbaker at the First Methodist par
sonage. Will Present a Play. To rais.'
funds to meet the deficit in the higl:
School Athletic association, to provide
the usual funds needed by the senior
class during graduation year, and to
make up a deficit on a piano at the high
school, the athletic association and the
seniors have united on the presenta
tion of a play for these three purposes.
The seniors have agreed to waive th.3
importance ef their class play for the
larger work that has been combined
in this joint plan. The play will be
"The Rivals" and it will be presented
at The Mojne during the latter part
of February or the fore part of March
Want a Vtllaje. An interesting ru
2fcr is abroad along R.ck river bot
t(MB that thert? Is a movement among
residents in t!iat part of Sourh MoHne
tonship to incorporate a village ia
the Hridge Itne vicinity. It is de
clared that the plan Las in origin in
the desire to operate a saloon along
the lane for the custom which travels
bark ami forth across Rock river
bridge. It is argued that from the sa
loon license fee that would be charged
enough money could be derived to
keep Bridge lane in the pink of con
dition. The fact that Rock river is
becoming more and more a favorite
spot for the people of the city to camp
and spend their leisure hours is ad
vanced as argument for a profit in the
saloon business, and the plan would
be to have the saloon convenient to
the bridge and the lane. An attempt
to sell liquor at retail was nipped bj
the sheriff during the last year, and
since that time what liquor has been
sold has been in the minimum whole
Obituary Record. Miss Elizabeth
Pfeiffer died yesterday after a short
illness with epiick consumption. The
end came at the home, 418 Seventh
st rent. The young lady was born Jan.
17, 1873. in Chicago, and had resided
in this city for 23 years. She was a
well known dressmaker. She is sur
vived by her mother and three broth
ers and one sister.
DANDRUFF CAUSED BY A GERM.
A New Discovery That Kills the Germ
and Prevents Baldness.
Pretty nearly all the hair prepara
tions for dandruff have some merit in
allaying itching of the scalp, and in
being a fairly good dressing for the
hair, but there is only one that re'eog
nizes what causes dandruff, falling
hair, and baldness, and that destroys
the cause1, a little germ and that is
Xewbro's Herpicide. This germ eats
its way into the scalp; it digs up the
scalp in little white scales. Unless it
In destroyed the-re's no permanent
stopping of falling hair and cure of
dandruff and baldness. Xewbro's Her
picide kills the germ. "Destroy the
cause you remove the effect." Sold
by leading druggists. Send 10 cents in
stamps for sample to the Herpicid;:
company, Detroit, Mich. T. H. Thom
as, special agent.
ONE NIGHT. SATURDAY, DEC. 23.
Richard Carle Amusement Company Enterprise will pre
sent RICHARD CARLE'S brightest, quickest, smartest
merry musical melange,
THE IMA AO AND
BOOK AND LYRICS
BY RICHARD CARLE.
ROBERT HOOD BOWERS.
This is the original Xew York production- and company of 85 mu
sical celebrities, including Fred Warren, George Beane, Edward Groh,
Stanley Murphy, Earl Dewey, May Holey, Adele Rowland, Janet Priest,
Rose Walker, and 15 others, including the chorus of CO.
This date marks the beginning of a great event in the
jewelry business of this city. I shall have with me from
Dec. 13 till Christmas, Mr. Siiberrtagle, of New York City,
who represents one of the largest jewelry houses in the
east. He will show a $65,C00 stock of watches, diamonds,
rings, brooches, bracelets, and solid gold jewelry in all the
latest designs, untij Christmas. This is the finest oppor
tunity that people in this section of the country have for
the selection of Christmas goods.
My own stock of cut glass, hand-painted china, watches,
clocks and silverware of all kinds is the most complete in
the three cities. You are invited to inspect this elaborate
display during the week prior to Christmas. Prices the
lowest; quality the best.
THE RELIABLE JEWELER.
1702 Second Avenue. Rock Island, III.
THE ROLLING "JULIA"
THE VIVACIOUS "POLLY'
Gorgeous Scenery and Marvellous Mechanical Effects.
PRICES 25c to $1.50. Box seats $1.50. Seat sale tomorrow morn
ing at 9 o'clock at the theatre. 'Phone N. 224.
A Pa in less Cure of Curable Pa in
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.
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BATH ROOM FIXTURES IN
NICKEL PLATED AND BRASS.
COAT AND HAT HOOKS.
POWDER, AND TUMBLER
BATH SEAT8. g
BRUSH AND COMB TRAYS,
IT COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF
whenever she suffers from ar.y cf woman's biting and weakening pains.
It net only compels the Fa-ns to stop, but it follows up and drives out
the cause cf the pains, which prevents them from coming back.
It makes ycu welL Try it.
Sold everywhere in $1.00 bctties.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, in strictest confid
ence, telling us all your symptoms and
troubles. We a send free aJvice
(in plain &raLi envelope), how to
cure them. AiJress: Ladies' Advisory
rTt., Th. Chattanooga Mediane Co.,
"WITHOUT A PAIN,"
urites Miry - Shelton, of Poplar
Bluff, .Mo., " I c-n do my housework,
although, before taking CARDU1, two
doctors had done me no good. r can
truthfully say I was cured by Car dui
I want every suffering lady ta koow ot
Viis wenderful mbiiaueJl ,
112 WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET.
JVlilesof Wall Paper
to go at low price not because there is anything wrong
with it. Th patterns are good, the colors harmonious;
but we must clean our shelves for the new season's stock.
Our prices for hanging are as low as the lowest and good
workmanship will permit.
PARIDON WALL PAPER CO
PRACTICAL WALL PAPER HANGERS.