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THE ARGUS.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 190G.
Is better than a whole En
TODAY THAT WORD IS "TRADE AT SHIELDS' CASH GRO
CERY." ONE TRIAL ORDER WILL BE ENOUGH TO CONVINCE
YOU THAT YOU SHOULD HAVE STARTED LONG AGO, FOR EV
ERY PURCHASE MEANS A SAVING, EVERY PURCHASE A
SOURCE OF SATISFACTION.
THIS WEEK WE OFFER:
Per sack S1.33
PC sack S1.24
Cream of Dakota flour.
Per sack SI. 17
per sack 32?
Fresh corn meal,
per sack loC
21 pounds granulated
8 pounds starch.
15 bars Etna
Gold Dust, Johnson &
Cudahy washing powder 15c
2 for 15C
per package 3
1 pound Arm and Hammer
4 pounds dried Lima
per quart 25c
per gallon 20c
per pound 5c
1 pound can baking
36 boxes parlor
per pound 25c
per pound 20c
per pound 25c
Java and Mocha coffee,
2Sc, 4 pounds for 1.00
Pure maple syrup,
per gallon SI. 15
Syrup, per gallon
WHY NOT BEGIN NOW? FOR
per dozen 05c
Large bottle catsup.
per dozen 02c
Jello, all flavors.
per package T
3 packages 25c
per pound g
3 pounds dried
1 package dried
3 1-pound packages
3 1-pound packages
per pound 10c
3-pound can black berries.
per dozen 00c
3-pound can pears,
per dozen SI. 10
3-pound can table peaches,
per dozen SI. 20
3-pound can baked beans,
per dozen 90c
3-pound can tomatoes,
per dozen S1.00
per dozen 90c
Rock Island corn.
per dozen T3c
Early Juno peas,
per dozen 90c
per dozen - 90c
1-pound can pink
salmon, per dozen 93 C
1-pound can fancy
red salmon, per doz. .. SI. 43
Mustard sardines. large
cans, per dozen 10c
per dozen 45c
per dozen Sc
Sole agent for Sealshipt Oysters,
the finest oyster shipped.
2532 FIFTH AVENUE.
CASE IS SETTLED
Litigation Over Will Comes to
Er.d Suddenly After
CRIMINAL TRIALS JAN. 29
Second Panel of Petit Jurors Reports
for Service Monday Trial
List for Week.
The case of J. F. Simpson et al vs
Eliza J. Flemming et al was settled
out of court this afternoon, after hav
ing Deen in progress for a day ana a
half. This is the second case this
week that has been settled after trial
was commenced In circuit court.
This litigation was over the will of the
mother of the contestants,
The criminal trials will probably be
taken up about Jan. 29. The second
panel of petit jurors reports for ser
vice Monday and a new one will be
drawn for thee riminal cases.
Trial I. Int.
The following trial list was set this
83. Law. Bledsoe vs. Tri-City Rail
97. Law. Sullivan vs. city of Mo-
9S. Law. Hemmingson vs. Clark
Manufacturing company et al.
104. Iaw. Petterson vs. city of
108. Law. Blake & Murphy vs.
Lewis & Livingston. .
109. Law. Horst vs. Deere & Man-
sur company. .
110. Law. S. M. Arndt company vs.
Steinnort, et al.
111. Law. Holdorf vs.
115. Law. Adams vs. M.
V. Railway company, et al.
Tli u tu ilny.
101. Law. Coburn vs. M
W. Railway company et al.
102. Law. Schlueter vs. M.
Railway company et al.
Chancery. Passig vs. Passig.
Chancery. Daum vs. Glime
E. M. &
E. M. &
Law. Ward vs. S. M. Arndt
Peterson, vs. Hooker.
Moline Engraving com
Moline Printing company.
91. I-iw. Lyon vs. C, R. I. & P
Miss Edna Lundy is home from Cal
ifornia, where she spent several weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Jones have re
turned from an extended visit in Cali
fornia. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Maguire left yes
terday noon for a brief visit with rela
tives in Chicago.
Prof. J. A. Udden, of Augustana col
lege, is in Urbana today in the inter
ests of that institution.
Mrs. John Dixon, of Indianapolis, is
expected in the city this evening to
spend some time visiting with friends.
D. J. Steinhardt, who was in the city
to attend the funeral of Mrs. Margaret
Kohn, returned to his home in New
Slater Montrose, who is to succeed
T. E. Veitch as assistant manager of
the Harper and Rock Island houses, ar
rived from New York last night.
Thomas J. Naylon has returned from
Leavenworth, Kans.. where he went
for the holidays. His return was de
layed by an illness of about two weeks.
Charles H. Stevens, traveling freight
agent of the C. P. & St. L., at St.
Louis, and R. L. Haire, traveling pas
senger agent of the French steamship
line and the Manitoba lines, were in
the city yesterday on business.
E. L. Goff has returned from Kansas
City, where he attended the meetin
of the outside freight representatives
of the Rock Island. George E. Sud-
low, who is the special live stock
agent of the Rock Island in Montana,
with headquarters in Miles City, to
gether with a number of the other
agents, will spend a few days at Oma
ha before returning.
SUIT FOR DAMAGE
Brought by Stella Grady Against
Mr. and Mrs. Mo
WOMAN ASKS FOR NEW TRIAL
Arguments of Attorneys Occupy Time
of Court Most of the Day Early
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Not a few Suits and
Overcoats of broken
lots at a discount, but
you have at this store
the selection of the en
tire stock of
Excepting Blue and
YOU KNOW US.
M. C. R.ICE. Prop.
Report That T. A. Herzog Leaves the
Rock Island Sash and Door Works
A report is being circulated which
the officers neither affirm nor deny,
that Theodore A. Herzog. superintend
ent of the Rock Island Sash & Door
works has tendered his resignation, to
take effect at an early date. It is un
derstood that Mr. Herzog intends to
accept an offer on the Pacific coast
that he has had under consideration for
some time. He came from Oshkosh,
Wis., about S years ago, to assume
charge of the local factory. He has
many friends In the city who would re
gret his departure.
While P. C. Denkmanu. the presi
dent of the company, declines to make
any statement in the matter, it is un
derstood that the vacancy caused by
the resignation of R. C. Imse, as gen
eral manager, will be filled by the ap
pointment of Manager Strickland, of
the Weyerhaeuser lumber yards at
Strickland, Minn. The annual meeting
of the company was held this week,
and this matter was discussed at that
TAKES BACK0LD EMPLOYES
Additional Orders Gives Work for 20
More at Arsenal.
Additional orders to be completed
before July 1 have enabled Col. Biunt,
commandant at Rock Island arsenal, to
recall 20 of the harnessmakers recent
ly laid off, and they will be employed
at least for the remainder of the fiscal
year. Most of the men reported this
morniug and the remainder will re
turn in a few days.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Arsrua. will
be cladly received and published. Hut
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure reliabil
ity. Written notices should bear sig
nature and address.
Woman's Club Musical. The musi
cal department of the Moline Woman's
club gives its first monthly musical
under the direction of Miss Ada En-
trikin at her home, 2121 Third avenue,
Moline, Monday evening, Jan. 29. Com
positions of Emil Liebling will be stud
ied. The program will be as follows:
Sketch of Life of Emil Liebling
Mrs. Grace Crawley Oakley.
(a) Salon Etude, by Chopin, arrang
ed by Liebling (Dedicated to Mrs.
Frank Gates Allen); (b) Menuetto
Scherzoso Miss Emily Perkins.
Song, "Dost Thou Remember?"
Miss Ada Lucille Entrikin.
Violin solo, "Cradle Song" Miss
(a) Spring Song; (b) Serenade
Miss Clara Sloan.
Song. "Adieu" Miss Ada Lucile En
trikin. (a) Albumblatt; (b) Valse Impromp
tu; (c) Mazurka de Concert Miss
Mary Lindsay Oliver.
Norris-Crow. Miss Lucy E. Crow
and James A. Morris were married at
St. Paul's Lutheran church in Daven
port Wednesday evening at S o'clock.
Rev. W. H. DIancke officiating. The
bridal couple were attended by Miss
Mayme Applequist and George E. Me
Cabe. Mr. Morris is a stone cutler
employed by the McClelland company
of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
will make their home in this city.
Entertains at Cards. Mrs. Patrick
McDermott. 2S19 Fifth-and-a-half av
enue entertained a company of friends
at cards last evening. The prize win
ners were, Mrs. William Ford, first;
William Davis, second; and M. Lafay
ctte. consolation. Light refreshments
were served and a most enjoyable eve
Aledo, Jan. 12. (Special). Suit for
$15,000 will be commenced by Stella
Grady against Archibald and Mary L.
McKinney for bodily injuries received
while in the McKinney home, of which
Mrs, ivicKinney was found guilty yes
terday, according to statements of her
In this way the girl hopes to be at
least partially recompensed for the
months of suffering passed by her.
Motion for w Trial.
George A. Cooke and H. A. Weld, at
torneys for Mrs. Archibald McKinney,
have filed a motion for a new trial. Ar
guments have been in progress on this
question before Judge Graves all of
this morning and will probably not be
concluded very early today. A decis
ion without delay was expected on this
motion, as Judge Graves expects to
leave here tomorrow morning, but as
he desires to give more time to the
points involved, the matter goes over
until Feb. 1G.
Program of Music, Recitations and De
bate is Also Given by Members
of the Organization.
Officers of the Luther league of
Grace Lutheran church were eiected
last evening, and a program was given
by its members. Refreshments were
served at the parsonage by Mrs. Hoff
sten. The officers are:
President John H. Hauberg.
Vice President Egbert Hasselquist.
Secretary Miss Leone Westman.
Treasurer Fred Setterdahl.
Following is the program given:
Scripture and prayer Rev. Hoffsten.
Vocal solo Miss Anna Johnson.
Reading Egbert Hasselquist.
Vocal solo Miss Olga Swanson.
Reading Miss Louise Uhlman.
Recitation George Ryden.
Vocal solo Miss Louise Grimes.
Debate "Resolved. That Art is
More Beautiful Than Nature." Affirm
ative, Emi; Danielson. Miss Eva Has
selquist; Negative. Miss Esther Ed-
wall, John H. Hauberg.
Recitation Miss Nellie Christenson.
Talk J. 13. Oaklcaf.
SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY
Annual Meeting of Stockholders Held
At the annual meeting of the Rock
Island Sand & Gravel company, held
last evening, the following directors
were elected for the ensuing term: C
J. Larkin. W. H. Edwards, Henry Kin
ner, A. Henkey, W. H. McConochie,
Andrew Nelson and George Richmond
The directors elected the following of
President C. J. Larkin.
Vice President Henry Kinner.
Treasurer W. H. McConochie.
Secretary F. G. Gall.
Cocaine Case Continued.
The case against A. Riepe, the Dav
enport druggist accused of selling co
caine illegally without prescriptions of
physicians, was continued in the court
of Justice Hall in Davenport today til!
Fell From Car.
In attempting to board a bridge line-
car last evening about 9:30 Dr. Chal
mers Prentice, of Chicago, lost his hold
and was thrown to the pavement. The
accident occurred in front of tho liar
per house. Fortunately Dr. Prentice
escaped with slight bruises, though his
clothing was damaged considerably in
Fire in Hoarding House.
The fire department was called late
this afternoon to the southeast corner
of Eighteenth street and Third avenue
fire having broken out In the upper
part of the boarding house there.
Green and Gaynor Lose.
Savannah, Ga., Jan. 12. Judge Speer
today denied the petition of counsel
for Green and Gaynor that the men ba
discharged from custody.
Success is stamped on every pack
age, it is tne most successful remedy
known. It makes you welland keeps
you well. Thats what Holiister's
Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents.
Tea or Tablets. T. II. Thomas phar-
Notice to Insurers.
We have purchased from the admin
istrators of the estate of the late
James M. Buford, that portion of his
Insurance business heretofore written
in the National Fire Insurance com
pany of Hartford, Conn., and the Fire
men's Fund Insurance company of
California, and we have been appoint
ed sole agents of these companies for
Rock Island and vicinity.
AH policies It. tho above named com
panies will be taken care of by us,
and we will promptly attend to any
changes or endorsements desired in
policies of these companies.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND, Agents.
210-212 Eighteenth street,
Rock Island, 111.
When doctors fail try Burdock Blood
( Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, constipa
tion; invigorates the whole system.
HUNTING WITHOUT LICENSE
Bert Goff Caught by Deputy Game
Bert Goff was fined $25 and costs
this afternoon by Justice J. H. Ck-Iand
for hunting without a license. Goff
was arrested by Deputy Game Warden
Thomas Laflin Wednesday, he failing
to produce the necessary license on
demand of the deputy. The hunter
pleaded guilty before the justice, who
imposed the minimum fine. Mr. Laflin
has his eyes on others who are believ
ed to be evading the law in regard to
hunting licenses, and arrests are ex
pected to follow.
Matilda Andrews, the infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Andrews,
died this morning at 10:30, at the home,
Twelfth avenue and Eleventh street.
The child was 2 years and 4 months
old. Death was due to pneumonia.
The funeral will be held Sunday after
noon from the home.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
1 Let Us
Your Off if ice
The Most Com
plete Line of Of
fice Furniture in
ROLL TOP DESKS, FLAT TOP DESKS, TYPEWRITER
DESKS, STANDING DESKS, OFFICE CHAIRS, OFFICE
STOOLS, FILING CABINETS, AND BOOK CASES.
Everything for the office. Everything the best. Every
thing the best values for the money. See us about your
Furniture & Carpet
123-125 West Third Street.
Opposite Masonic Temple. x
A glance at below prices and a visit to see
the clothing will convince all:
Boys' Reefers, age 7 to 1S, in
Irish Frieze, black, blue and
mixtures, that sold from $4 to
$6, Dissolution Sale
BOYS' OVERCOATS AT
All Boys' Overcoats, up to the
age of 15 years, at one-half
Plenty of Underwear, all colors,
regular $1 garments,
MEN'S ULSTER OVERCOATS.
Men's Ulster Overcoats, with
storm collar, regular
$10.00 ones, at S7.50
1804 2nd Ave., Rock Island
Rock Island county court, Judge E
E. Parmenter presiding:
Probate. Estate of James W. Atkin
son. In the matter of state inheritance
tax. Supplemental report of value of
estate, for the purpose of assessing
state inheritance tax, filed and approv
Estate of Paul Bennett. Claim of
B. F. Knox allowed in Claris 1 at
$105.90. Claim of M. R. Iglehart & Co.
allowed in class 7 at $35.
Esctate of Sarah Mulhollan. Proof
of publishing and posting notice to
creditors filed and approved.
Estate of Elizabeth Crosby. Inven
tory filed and approved. Appraise
ment bill filed and approved. Petition
by executor for leave to sell personal
property at private sale filed. Hearing
on petition and same granted.
Estate of Joseph Huyett. Claim of
Clara J. Sydnor allowed in class 7 at
$20. Claim of Chippiannock Cemetery
association allowed in class 1 at $4.
Claim of C. D. McLaughlin allowed in
class S at $27.50.
Perfection can only be obtained in
the physical by allowing nature to ap
propriate and not dissipate her own re
sources. Cathartics gripe, weaken
dissipate, while DeWitt's Little Early
Ri:ers simply expel all putrid matter
and bile, thus allowing the liver to as
sume normal activity. Gooa for the
complexion. Sold by all druggists.
MILLINERY AT HALF
The opportunity of the season, beautifully designed street and dresi
hats marked for quick clearing at half the original prices.
$5.00 hats reduced to S2.50
$1.00 hats reduced to 52.00
$;?.00 hats reduced to SI. 50
75c and $1.00' hats reduced (o QC
Don't miss this chance for money saving if in need of millinery.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner of Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue
Have you tried it? It is tho best thing on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of tne finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
rffrcade Cigar Store
Harper House Block.
John P. Sexton, Prop.