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.THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 190G.
What -Old Abe" Said
"Fooling the People1
Was never so true as it is today, but you can't fcol the housewife
Who trades at Shields'. Cash Grocery, where she has found the hap
py combination of "HIGHEST QUALITIES" and "LOWEST PRICES."
While prices are being continually hammered down, still the qualities
ar always found to be the same the SHIELDS QUALITY the
Pillsbury's Flour, ner
sack SI. 27
Uulk Macaroni per
Corn Starch, per
per sack SI. 24
Cream of Dakota flour,
per sack S1.17
per sack 32c
Fresh corn meal,
ptr sack 15
21 pounds granulated
H pounds starch,
15 bars E;na
soap 25 C
Cold Dust, Johnson &
Cudahy washing powder
2 for 15C
per package 3C
1 pound Ann and Hammer
4 pounds dried Lima
per quart 25c
per gallon 20c
per pound 5c
1 pound can baking
3C boxes parlor
per pound 25c
per pound 20c
per pound 25(?
2532 FIFTH AVENUE.
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I ML LUiWUUU
For a few days we will place
on sale all our fancy double
breasted suits worth from
$13.50 to $18 at the uniform
This lot consists of everything
in the way of fancy double
breasted suits, Worsteds, Che
viots, Homespuns, Scotch Mix
tures and Cassimeres, all at the
one price, ten dollars.
LOOK IN OUR WINDOW.
YOU KNOW US.
M. C. RICE, Prop.
Java auii Mocha coffee,
28c. 4 pounds for SI. 00
Pure maple syrup,
per gallon SI. 15
Syrup, per gallon
per dozen 95
Large bottle catsup,
per dozen 92
Jello, all flavors,
3 packages 23
3 pounds dried
1 package dried
3 1-pound packages
3 1-pound packages
currants .'. 25c
per pound 10
3-pound can black berries,
per dozen 90
3-pound can pears,
per dozen SI. 10
3-pound can table peaches,
per dozen SI. 20
3-pound can baked beans,
per dozen . ., 90)
per dozen 90
ltock Island corn,
per dozen 73
Early June peas,
per dozen 90
1-pound can pink
salmon, per dozen 93
1-pound can fancy
red salmon, per doz. . . S1.43
Mustard sardines, large
cans, per dozen 40
per dozen 15
per dozen 4S
Sole agent for Sealshipt Oysters,
the finest oysters shipped.
Preliminary to Trial of the Case
of Grace Oakley vs Rob
HEAR PORTION OF EVIDENCE
Two Divorce Cases In Circuit Court
Pane) of Jurors Drawn to Report
for Service Feb. 19.
Testimony was heard this morning
in the circuit court on suit for alimony
pendente lite in the case of Grace Oak
ley vs. Robert W. Oakley, the com
plainant asking for separate mainte
nance. The defendant is contesting
the demand. This is a case where a
common law marriage, or marriage con
tract existed, but after some time un
der these circumstances the complain
ance asked for the performance of i
regular ceremony. This was done, but
just previous the defendant turned
over to his sister a considerable
amount of property. The testimony
heard this morning was principally
with reference to the affairs of the es
tate of the father of Mr. Oakley, it
being the claim of the defendant that
what he turned over to his sister was
her property. George W. Wood is at
torney for the complainant and J. B.
and J. L. Oakltaf appear for the de
fendant. Two Divorce.
Testimony was also heard by Judge
(lest in two divorce cases. In one Re
bekah Gilmore charges her husband,
Hugh M. Gilmore, with desertion. They
were married in 1S97 and separated
three years ago. The complainant I
a resident of Milan. Sweeney & Walk
er are attorneys for Mrs. Gilmore. In
the other, Mary 1). Adams charges her
husband, Charles II. Adams, with ex
treme and repeated cruelty. They
were married in 1S93. Wilton Par
sons is attorney for the complainant.
The following jurors have been
drawn to report for service Feb. 19:
Andalusia Thomas E. Cole.
Black Hawk George Goben.
Bowling Alfred Sedarqulst.
Buffalo Prairie Louis Rettig, Jr.
Coe Albert Fritz.
Edgington John Houck, George II.
Fassett, Robert R. Dona van.
Hampton William Jacobs, John Ott
man, Peter Florin.
Moline Joe Blancke, W. L. Stange.
George Cook. A. L. Anderson. Oscar
Gustafson. Thomas Hanah. Charley
Bock. Edward Piers. Frit hop Lindgren.
Carl Waist ring. J. F. Heck.
Rock Island C. E. Taylor. Phil
Brockman, .Mike Kelly. Barney Smith,
W. H. Carpenter. Fred Johnson. Charles
A. Johnson. If. H. Hubbard. Robert
Kuschmann. W. H. Laniont. Henry
Kramer. J. F. Marrow. F. Brandnieve;-.
Iouis (. Eddy.
South Rock Island Jacob Bruch
man. August Gottsch.
South Moline Henry Siefkens. Har
Following is the trial list set for
Tuesday 110. S. M. Arn.lt Co.. vs
Sfeinnort, tt al; 101. Coburn vs. Mo
line East Moline it Water! own Rail
way Co.; 102. Schltietr vs. Moline
East Moline & Walertown Railway Co.
Wednesday chancery. Passig
vs. Passig; 17. chancery. Damn vs
Clime, et al; 11C. Ward vs. S. M. Arndt
Co.; 11S. Peterson vs.' Hooker.
Thursday 120. Moline Engraving
Co. vs. Moline Printing Co.; 91. I -yon
vs. Chicago. Rock Island it Pacific
Railway Co.; 113. chancery. Smith vs;
Smith; 122. Mack vs. Hue-sins.
Friday 124. Campbell, administra
tor vs. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
Railway Co.; 13C, Village of East Mo
line vs. Livenstine.
ISociety news, written or telephoned
lo the society editor of The Aryus, will
he grimily received and published. Hut
in either case the identity of the sender
must le made known, to Insure reliabil
ity. ' Written notices should bear slir-
naiure anu uuuress.j
Martin-Lowry. The marriage of
Miss Kate Martin and Erie B. Lowry
was- celebrated at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. George Bennett, 931
Seventeenth street, this morning at 11
o'clock. Rev. Marion Humphreys offi
ciating. The bridal couple were un
attended and the ceremony was wit
nessed by the family and intimate
friends. An elaborate dinner was serv
ed, after which M"r. and Mrs. Lowry
left on a short wedding trip and will
be at home upon their return at the
home of the groom, 812 Second av
enue. Mr. Lowry has for a number
of years been foreman at the Rock Is
land Plow company and his bride is a
nurse, a graduate of Mercy hospital,
Valentine Entertainment. "An
Eveninar With St. Valentine" was the
key note to a unique entertainment
given at the Bethel Presbyterian chap
el last evening. A program was car
ried out which consisted of an introduc
tion to St. Valentine by Rev. Marion
Humphreys, pastor of the Central
Presbyterian church; vocal solos by J.
n Hazard: reading bv Miss Montgom
ery, and a dialogue. "Sam Weller's
Valentine," by H. B. Van Duzer and H.
W. Vose. A postoffice was conducted
. 1 . 1 T-
where valentines were exenangeu. ne
freshments were served.
Ukiyo Club. The Feast of Lanterns
iven by the Ukiyo club at Industrial
hall last evening was a unique and
successful affair. The hall was weird
and pretty In its festoons of red paper
from which were suspended innumer
able Japanese lanterns. A reception
was held from 8 to 9 o'clock and from
9 to 10 o'clock dancing was indulged in
by about 50 couples. Roy T. Collins
Will Trimble and Wallace Morse were
the committee in charge and the pa
tronesses were Misses Jennie G. Col
lins, Janette Martin and Stena Volk.
Nelson-Stow. Miss Alma Nelson
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nel
son. and. Fred B. Stow, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Stow, of Moline, were mar
ried at 8 o'clock Thursday night at the
home of the bride, 1221 Ninth avenue
Rev. Richard S. Haney, of Moline,
reading the marriage service. A small
company of relatives and intimate
friends were present at the ceremony
and wedding dinner which followed
Mr. Stow is employed in the shipping
department of the Velie Carriage
works. The couple will make their
home at 122G Thirty-seventh street.
Many Attend. The card party
given by St. Vincent de Paul Relief
society at the home of Mrs. George
Wagner. 3113 Fifth avenue yesterday
afternoon was a great success, IS ta
bles playing with many looking on
The first prize, a hand-painted plate
donated by Mrs. E. W. Lewis, was won
by Mrs .Gilbert, of Gilbert, 111., the
second prize a Haviland cup and sau
cer, donated by Mrs. Comegys, was
won by Mrs. Kerler. Refreshments
Given Surprise. Miss Agnes Boeh
me was pleasantly surprised by 13 of
her young friends at her home on Sixth
avenue rriday. (iames and music
were enjoyed after which dainty re
freshmeuts were served by the Misses
Blanche French and Edna Stephenson
Those present were Lorrine Staubach
Edna Stephenson, Bess Boehme
Blanche French, Jennie Boehme, Edna
Boehme, Joe Sersig. Bert Plogh. Rob
Fisher. G rover Auld. Art Staubach
Dean Connelly and Jack Doyle.
. The Club's Lincoln Day Banquet.
The annual banquet of the Rock Island
Club, this year in observance of Lin
coin's birthday, will be given at the
club house Monday evening at C:30
President T. J. Medill will preside,
The speakers of the evening will be
Gov. A. B. Cummins, of Iowa, who wil
respond to Lincoln; E. F. Baldwin, o
the Peoria Star, who will speak for
Illinois, and Rev. Granville H. Slier
wood of this city, whose topic will Ik
"What Makes the Man."
Birthday Surprise. About 30 of
Brown's Business college students snr
prised Miss Mabelle Burton last even
ing at her home. 2S10 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, the occasion being her 17th
birthday anniversary. The evening
was spent in music, games, and danc
ing, .and, a daiuty- lunch was served
All went away wishing her many hap
py returns of the day.
Feast of Hearts at the Vila The
'I-east of Hearts" to be given at the
Villa de Chantal St. Vaknline's
day from 3 to 7 promises to bo
under the auspices of the class of '(Ml
anu tor ine oenent or the s minarv
publication. The Villa Shield.
Valentine Sale. Vestment Guild of
Trinity Episcopal church is this after
noon holding a valentine gift sale and
serving tea in the choir room of the
church. A program of vocal and in
strumental music and recitations is
being carried out. There is on display
a pretty array of valentine gifts.
Birthday Party. Misses Marian
and Lillian Schmitt are entertaining
a number of little folks at their home.
1100 Tenth avenue, at a party this af
ternoon, observing their birthday an
Receives Wednesday. Mrs. L. G.
Eddy will receive on Wednesday. Feb.
14, in honor of Mrs. Frederick Joseph
Finnaley, of Alaska at her home, 18o0
Fifth avenue and not at. ISIS Fourth
avenue, as erroneously stated in last
To Give a Banquet. Maj. C. W.
II awes and F. O. Van Galder have is
sued invitations to a bnnquet to be
given at the Rock Island Club Wednes
day evening at 0:30 o'clock.
Play Euchre. Mrs. R. C. Clarke is
entertaining a company of ladies this
afternoon at her home, 1013 Nineteenth
street, at six-handed euchre.
Card Party. The house committee
of Bethany Home will give a card par
ty at Hotel Harms, Thursday after
noon, Feb. 15.
Japan's War Expense.
The Japanese government estimates
that the expenses of conducting its
war with Russia at over $200,000,000,
a large portion of which is raised by
increased taxation. The people pay
these war taxes cheerfully and the gov
ernment has no difficultly in raising
funds. Thousands of persons who have
been benefited by using Hostettet's
Stomach Biters write - us cheerfully
of the wonderful merit of this famous
medicine. Leters of praise come from
far and near almost every day. They
are the best proof that the Bitters will
do what we claim for It. If you suffer
from poor appetite, nausea, belching,
flatulency, costiveness, heartburn, Indi
gestion, dyspepsia, chills, colds, grippe
or malaria, fever and ague we urge
you to try the Bitters at onct. Its re
sults are certain. Your druggist or
dealer will supply you with the genu
FILE WITH CLERK
Numerous Petitions of Candi
dates Are Held Out Until
ALL MUST BE IN BY NIGHT
Republicans of Sixth Ward Hold Cau
cus Name List of Delegates and
This is the last day for filing peti
tions of candidates with the city clerk
and in addition to the large number
that were in before, the portion that
might be expected to remain out until
the last hours has been coming in to
day. Following are those that have
been filed since the publication of the
John Holzhammer, 917 Seventh
street, alderman First ward, democrat.
A. G. Anderson, 3'JOS Eighth avenue,'
alderman Seventh ward, republican.
Thomas A. Pender, 521 Twenty-first
street, alderman Fifth ward, democrat.
John O'Connor. 1417 Fourth avenue,
alderman Third ward, republican.
Stephen S. Hull. 131S First avenue,
David Don, 121S Second avenue, su
Charles J. Smith, S17 Twelfth street,
alderman. Third ward, democrat.
J. M. Schaab, 1C01 Fourth avenue,
assistant supervisor, democrat.
Charles Oberg, 22S Ninth street, al
derman Second ward, republican.
Charles A. Schentbrikei. S3." Twenty-first,
street, alderman, Fifth ward,
Sixth Wur.l ItepuliliesiiiM.
At a meeting of the republicans of
the Sixth ward last evening, a list -of
delegates was selected for the city con
vention and committeemen were nom
inated. The delegates are P. H. Kelly.
H. W. Lahiff, J. Konosky, L. Rich, W.
F. Schroeder, C. J. Larkin, W. Brough,
W. Souders. W. II. Edwards, C. Christ
ensen. J. T. Stephens, H. Frank, D.
Frey, W. Groth. The committeemen
nominated are E. Rich and G. Groth.
A liltekl.le ( unill.liile.
v . ri. unitesKie or .los.m has an
nounced his candidacy for the republi
can nomination for county treasurer.
The gossip continues about the en
trance of C. W. Foss as a candidate for
the state senate and it is understood
that official announcement is looked
for any time.
LOCAL MEN PAY $25 FINES
Three Mentioned in Weekly Report of
Prosecutions of Hunters.
Notwithstanding the lateness of the
season prosecutions for violations of
the game laws of Illinois continue. The
usual number of lines are reported for
the week by (lame Commissioner
Wheeler, among them being $25 each
against Andrew and Thomas McKag.
of Milan, and Victor DeVoe, of Molin.
PE liS ON A I. POINTS.
D:' J. R. Hollowbiish has returned
after a few days in Chicago.
Hon. E. W. Hurst has departed upon
an .astern trip. Washington, I). C, be
ing his destination.
W. A. Rosenfield and George Sud
low have returned after a week at the
automobile show in Chicago.
Dr. W. G. Bagley, who has been
practicing dentistry in Rock Island a
iil tie over a year, leaves next, week
for Astoria, 111., where he will locate.
President G. II. Kingsbury of the
Illinois State Retail Dealers' associa
tion, leaves today for. Bloomington to
attend the annual meeting. The Rock
island delegation, which has not yet
been announced, departs Monday.
COAL VALLEY IS ENTERTAINED
Fine Program Rendered for Benefit of
An entertainment given at the Coal
Valley Presbyterian church for the
benefit of the church Thursday even
int is reported a great success. The
program was furnished by Maj. R. II.
Hendershot, the "drummer boy of
Rappahannock," and son, together with
the best of local talent, including num
bers by the Coal Valley orchestra.
Special mention is made of the vocal
solo by James Johnston, of Milan.
East Moline Rally.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union of Rock Island is invited to at
tend a rally at South Moline, Tuesday
afternoon, Feb. 13, at 3 o'clock to be
held at Glenn & Trevor's hall. Fif
teenth street, between Twenty-fourth
and Twenty-fifth avenues. All friends
interested in the work will be wel
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of
Sharon Baptist church, Belair, Ga., says
of Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend to
mankind. It cured me of lame back,
stiff joints, and complete physical col
lapse. I was so weak it took me half an
hqur to -walk a mile. Two bottles of
Electric Bitters have made me so strong
I have just walked three miles in 50
minutes and feel like walking three
more. It's made a new man of me."
Greatest remedy for weakness and all
stomach liver and kidney complaints.
Sold under guarantee at Hartz & Ullo
meyer drug store. Price 50c.
Only one remedy in the world that
will at once stop itchiness of the skin
n any part of the body;; Doan's Oint
ment. At any drug store, 50 c.
Furniture & Carpet
123-125 West Third Street.
i Opposite Masonic Temple.
Jvist Stop to Consider the
Money Salving Advantages
To you of this great End-of-Seascn offering of smart cloth
ing. You can purchase garments to finish out the winter
and for service this spring; cr, you can get a suit or
overcoat for next fall and winter at
Prices Sheared of All Profits.
If you can do so, come in tomorrow or the day af
ter prepared to see the biggest bargains of the season in
smartest, best tailored and best fitting clothing mads for
men and young men you wil surely find the offerings too
tempting to resist.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
O'COATS AT HALF PRICE.
Men's overcoats. lC.r.O
and $15 garments ..-$10.00
Men's overcoats, $1S and
;-rim nts S12.00
1304 SECOND AVE.,
;I'J ?.e.m'- ,
Let M-Kn Fill Your xt Ordrr. medium and nut size.
The Cheapest Fuel for Furnaces is the
A Semi-Bituminous Coal from West Virginia. One ton lasts as long as
a ton of bard coal, and costs less.
HARD COAL, CARTERVILLE COAL, HARD WOOD.
E. B. McKOWN,
1401 Second Avenue. Both 'phones. Rock Island, 111.
At the Rock Island. J. B. Barnes,
Chicago; Harry J. Johnson.'Xew York;
IJ. D. Ellis,' Qulncy; C. H. Warren,
Howard, S. D.; T. H. Frew, Des
Moines; J. S. Colter, Chcago; John L.
AT OUR STORE THIS WEEK.
IT'S THE DEPENDABLE
GOODS THAT PLEASE. IT'S
THE DEPENDABLE COODS
THE SATISFACTION OF
KNOWING THAT THE FURNI
TURE YOU BUY WILL LAST.
SEE OUR WEST WINDOW
FOR DEEP, DEEP, DEEP CUT
IN PRICE ON PARLOR
EVER TRY TRADING HERE?
Men's suits, $15 and
?',;-r'" "is $10.00
Men's suits, $1S and
2" suits S12.00
Men's tru:;ers, $C.T5
and $;.. ones S3. 75
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Are unsurpassed for HEAT1NQ
and COOKING. They are well
prepared and low priced chunks,
Simmons, Shcrrard; C. O. Simmons,
Geneva, Neb.; J. L. Fitzgerald. Chica
go; C. B. Egan, Peoria; F. II. Misner.
Hockford; C. Black. St. Louis; F.
DIterwig. Peoria; J. It. Pltn1', Peoria;
J. M. Pershing. Ellendale; Albert Rac
der, Boston; F. E. Berry, Marshall
town; John McGregor, Sherrard.