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THE MTGUS, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.
MRS. RUTTER DIES
Wife of Rock Island Pastor Passes
Away at Former Home in
VICTIM OF HEART DISEASE
first trip norlh of the season, was hail
ed with the usual demonstrations ol
joy by towns along the way on the
nown trip. At Andalusia, where the
packet broke the mud blockade thai
has prevailed all spring, the inhabl
tants were out with a marshall band.
PRESBYTERY CONVENES HERE
Was Unceasing Worker in Organize
tion of Spencer Memorial Church
Burial in Allegheny.
Mrs. J. B. Rutter, wife of the pastov
of the Spencer Memorial church of this
- city, died Saturday evening at the
home of her mother, at Pittsburg, Pa.,
where she had been since Xoveiiibei.
Death was due to heart disease, with
which she had suffered for years. Her
condition became serious last fall, ant
she went to the home of her mother,
her two daughters accompanying her.
A week ago Sunday Mr. Rutter, who at
the time was confined at the Tri-City
sanitarium, was summoned to Pitts
burg. Mrs. Rutter was born in Pennsyl
vania, where her mother and several
brothers and sisters reside. She va&
about 33 years of age.
During the service of her husband
at Milan, and later in Rock Island, at
the Spencer Memorial church, she
The funeral services will be held
tomorrow, the remains being taken to
Allegheny for burial.
Samuel T. Nelson, aged S2. collector
at the toll gate at the Rock Island
bridges under the administration of
Mayor P.. F. Knox in lSiC and 1897
passed away at ." o'clock yesterday
afternoon at the home. 722 Forty-sec
ond street. Mr. AH. son hail been in
poor health for several years, and for
a few wet-ks had failed rapidly. Death
was due to a complication of ailments
resulting from old age. Mr. Nelson
had been a resident ol Rock Island for
He was born in Wayne county. Ohio,
Juue 22. 1S24. residing there until
when he removed to Illinois and set
tied at Mt. Carroll. He came to Rock
Island from Mt. Carrol in 1S74. Dur
ing Mr. Knox's second term as mayor
Mr. Nelson was chosen collector at the
.toil gate. He retired from active work
on the completion of his term there.
Mr. Nelson was married in Wayne
county. Ohio, in 1S5, his wife surviv
ing him. Seven children also survive
Mrs. Mahala Mitchell and Alin Nelson
of Mt. Carroll. III.. A. E. Nelson of this
city. Mrs. Am. Senneff of Fair Ha
ven. III.. Frank NMson and Mrs. Hat-
tie Durch of this city, and Miss Sadie
Nelson, at home.
Funeral services will be held tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock from thL
homo. The remains will be taken to
Mt. Carroll, the former home, tomor
row afternoon, for burial. The serv
ices tomorrow morning will be con
ducted by Rev. H. B. Hazen, pastor of
the Edgewood Baptist church. The
family requests that no flowers be sent.
Conlotn riiinrrr Cone.
Mrs. Mary Bryan, wife of George
Bryan, died at her home in Cordova
Saturday at 12:"') p. m. at the age of
CI years, D months and 15 days, after
an illness of about fo;:r years with a
complication of diseases. Mrs. Bryan
came with her parents to Rock Island
county from Broom county. New York,
settling at Cordova In 1S37. She leaves
beside her husband two sisters. Mrs.
Olney of Chicago. Mrs. Day of New
York and one brother, John Hollen-
beck of Kansas. In young womanhoo 1
she was converted and has alwavs liv
a humble and earnest Christian life.
She was an active worker in the W. C.
T. IT. The funeral will be held to
morrow at 2 p. m. from the home.
At the United Presbyterian church
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock took
place the funeral services of James Ed
ward Willhite, who died at the home
of his mother. Mrs. Cynthia Willhite.
at 2121 Third avenue, Wednesday af
ternoon. For three years he had suf
fered patiently and uncomplainingly
with tuberculosis, which culminated
In death. Besides his mother he is
survived by one sister, Mrs. Etta Mor
gan. The pallbearers were William
Butler. Peter Zeitler. Henry Geer,
Charles Moberg. Edward Geer, and
John Moberg. Interment was at Chip
Peter Etzel, a wtll known resident
of the west end or the city, died at 2
o'clock this afternoon at his home, 720
Eleventh avenue, after a protracted
Illness with stomach and liver trou
bles. He was 53 years of age and was
born, reared and spent all his life in
Rock Island. For a third of a century
he had been In the employ of the Rock
Island Stove company. His wife and
three brothers survive, the latter be
ing George, Andrew and Charles Etzel,
all of this cit3
Anthony Von Haezelbroeck, infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Von Haezel
broeck, died yesterday morning at the
home, 520 Second street, aged three
weeks. The funeral was held this af
ternoon, burial taking place at St. Ma
Gathering of District Ministers and
Laymen April 10.
The district prrsbytery of the United
Presbyterian church will convene in
Rock- Island April 10. There will be
a conference in the evening. Rev. Wil
liam Donaldson of Monmouth. Is mod
erator and Rev. Hugh IJ. Speer of Sun
beam and Rev. J. A. Kennedy of Mid
dleyork will deliver addresses.
BANQUET APRIL 9
Seventh Annual Gathering at Harpe:
House Next Week Excellent
Hear Nagel Motion.
Judge Ramsay convened court here
this afternoon and at :i::;u took up thi
motion for continuance in the Nagel
Proposals are invited for building
and painting a picket fence to enclose
Calvary comet try in South Rock Is
land. III. Plans and specifications may
be had at the office of W. C. Maucker.
where contractors will be furnished
with any further information desired.
W. C. MAUCKER.
President Calvary Cemetery Assn.
At the Harper house next Monday
evening will take place the seven tn
annual banquet of the Rock Island Re
tail Merchants' association. An ex
cellent program has been arranged.
Among the speakers are George E.
Green of Peoria, secretary of the Illi
nois Merchants' association. J. B. Oak-
lear of Moline and F. W. Smith of Dav
enport. Every merchant in the city is
invited to attend whether a member
of the association or not, but it is the
Intention to sell .tickets only to those
who can attend.
Human Blood Marks.
A tale of horror was told by marks
of human blood in the home of J. W
Williams, a well known merchant of
Cac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years
ago I had severe hemorrhages of the
lungs, and was near death when I be
gan taking Dr. King's New Discovery
It completely cured me and I have re
mained well ever since." It cures
hemorrhages, chronic coughs, settled
colds and broncMtis. and is the only
known cure for weak lungs. Every
bottle guaranteed by ' Hartz & Ulle-
nieyer. druggists. 50 cents and SI.
Trial bottle free.
This salve is intended especially for
sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chap
ped hands, itching piles, chronic sore
eyes, granulated eye lids, old chronic
sores and for diseases of the skin, such
as tetter, salt rheum, ring worm, seal.;
head, herpes, barbers' itch, scabies or
itch and eczema. It has met with un
paralleled success in the treatment of
t hese diseases. Pi ice 25 cents per
Lox. Try it. For sale by all leading
A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Bur
dock Blood Bitters is the natural, nev
er failing remedy for a lazy liver.
news all the time THE
Charles McIIugh is in Peoria.
Otto Iluber left today for the east.
W. H. Marshall has returned from
J. S. Gilmorc is home from Hot
Dr. V. A. Bergland is visiting at his
former home iu Galva.
Miss Lulu Swanson has gone to Chi
i-ygn to remain for six months.
Mrs. T. S. Grasselli of Cleveland,
Ohio, is a guest of Mrs. There.-a Fries.
Miss Erne Johnson leaves this even
ing for Chicago to attend grand tipera.
Merle Ward left Saturday evening
for Heringtou. Kan., where he will
enter the employ of the Rock Island
in the division offices.
Thomas E. Veiich is now negotiating
for the control of a hotel at Des Moines.
Mr. Veitch also has numerous other
hotel propositions under consideration.
E. G. Weaver has gone to Chicago
to accept a position with a large con
cern there. Mrs. Weaver will shortly
follow to reside in the Illinois metro
polis. Thomas M. Clark returned to Beards
town this morning tj resume his du
ties in the engineering department of
the Burlington, after an illness of two
months at his home in this city.
W. H. Duckworth has resigned his
position in the office of the Hartz fc
Bahnsen company, and has gone to
Los Angeles, Cal., where he will take
a similar position with a wholesale
Hon. and Mrs. Ben T.' Cable, daug-
ter. Miss Suzanne and son I'hilo and
Miss Anna Montgomery left this noon
for Chicago. Mrs. Cable and the
Misses Cable and Montgomery will at
tend the grand opera, and Mr. Cable
will take his son on to school in the
east, where he resumes Lis studies af
ter the spring vacation.
Hen. and Mrs. E. W. Hurst. Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Cable. Mrs. Julia Rosen
field. Mrs. Mary Wadsworth, and Mrs.
H. W. Wadsworth of Davenport, leave
tomorrow for Chicago to attend the
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Reddig departed
this morning for St. Louis, called
there by the death of Mrs. Lyda Red
dig, wife of Raymond Reddig of this
city, who died at the home of her par
ents Sunday. Her death occurred on
the anniversary of her birth, she be
ing 19 years of age. Besides her hus
band she leaves her parents and one
W. W. Madison, night clerk at the
Harper, resigned his position the firs',
of the month to accept a similar posi
tion in the new Hotel Montrose at
Cedar Rapids. Mr. Madison was em
ployed in the Delavan at Cedar Rapids
before coming to Rock Island. He is
succeeded at the Harper by Thomas
McHugh, nephew of Manager Charles
McHugh, who is thus" promoted from
the place of utility clerk.
J. M. SIIRIUER, Observer.
Teiuprr.-iturr tit 7 a. m-, 57j at 3:50
l. in.. . l iu I in ii in trmiiersitiire In - I
liitiirn. a... VeliK-lty or nlud at mi..
S iii ilex.
Is the Moon Inhabited?
Science has proven that the moon
has an atmosphere, which makes life
in some form possible -on that satel
lite; but not for human biings, who
have a hard enough time on this earth
of ours; especially those who don't
know that Electric Bitters cure head
ache, biliousness, malaria, chills and
lever, jaunu:ce, dyspepsia, dizziness,
torpid liver, kidney complaints, gen
eral debility and female weaknesses.
Unequaled as a general tonic and ap
petizer for weak persons and especial
ly for the aged. It induces sound
sleep. Fully guaranteed by Hartz &
Ullenuver, druggists. Price, only 5(J
LaSalle is the best coal.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Smokers have to call for Lewis' Sin
gle Binder to get it.
Union cigars at Charles Ullemeyer's
drug store, 534 Sixteenth street.
Filters, filters, filters, the best on
the market, all sizes, at Allen, Myers
A good tooth brush at Charlcsv ulle-
Can You Believe Your Senses?
When two of them, taste and smell,
having been Impaired if not utterly de
stroyed, by nasal catarrh., are fully re
stored by Ely's Cream Balm, can you
doubt that this remedy deserves ali
that has been said of it by the thou
sands whom it has cured? It is ap
plied directly to the effected air pass
ages and begins its healing work at
once. Why not get it today? All drug
gists or mailed by Ely Bros., 5(j War
ren street. New York, on receipt of
Plotters Were Foiled.
Askabad. Turkestan. April 2. A
time infernal machine exploded today
in the vestibule of the governor gon
eral's residence. No one was injured.
It's the little colds that grow into
big colds; the big colds that end in
consumption and death. Watch the
little colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Tine any address in town at $1.50 per 100
Go and hear the election returns at
the roller masquerade, April :i at the
No matter how low the prices quot
ed at the H. &. H. the quality is never
Plenty of fresh fish and oysters ev
ery day at Aten's fish market, 1510
The H. & H. grocery ad this even
ing gives strong reasons why this
should be your trading place.
Absolute flour satisfaction if you use
the celebrated Sleepy Eye Hour, $l.o
per sack at the H. & H. grocery.
If you have ever thought of getting a
filter you better do it now. Get a
Zanesville from Allen, Myers & Co.
Why not get a Zanesville filter now
that the water can be cut with an ax?
All sizes and prices at Allen, Myers &
Wall paper, C, 4 and 5 cents per
roll; border the same. Special March
sale at the Adams Wall Paper com
pany. Pumps for cistern or well use. all
sizes and styles, and all the fixin's for
them at Allen, Myers & Co. They
have the goods in stock anil prices are
You don't need to send away for or
namental shrubbery. You can get any
thing you want at the Long View Flo
ral company's. Order now for spring
planting. Both phones.
Fertilizer, steam dried, odorless for
lawns, gardens and farms, delivered to
Special price in ton lots.
We Will Send This Beau
tiful Case of Silver 5 3
part of the fyj&d'te&l-Affr'":JZ.t A ' (. 7
tn-ot.es fuhrr ynrt
or express IMteiaX
prepaid to (MfeA
IT'S THE OLD RELIABLE AND ONLY GENUINE ROGERS
WARE. WARRANTED 12 DWT, 26 PIECES IN SATIN LINED
CASE, VERY HEAVY, HANDSOME DIE PATTERN.
OUR SPECIAL PRICE g jjq
' d i i I i II
1707 Second Avenue. X TatTvT
Rock Island - - - III. fvOCK ISLAND. llX.
Rock Island. III.
Twin-City Rendering company; 'phone
Some late improvements in the
Thompson's glove-fitting corsets, make
them more popular than ever. Demon
strations and fitting by an expert cor
setierre from New York all this week
No matter how small the house you
live in, you can afford room for a bot
tle of Anchor Pain Expeller. Rheu
matism, lameness and other aches and
pains come constantly, and this Is the
remedy. 25 and 50 cents.
Ladies who may have had trouble in
finding a corset to fit properly, are in
vited to the demonstration of the cele
brated Thomson's glove-fitting corsets
this week at McCabe's. A cornet ti
fit every figure. Arrangements for fit
ting can be made in advance by tele
phone. Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Lol Levi, 7t; Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Thomas Thorpe, "the judge of Dru
ry," re-ports being caught in the Hood
of Copperas creek on returning home
from here last Monday. Supervisor
Btiiton, Wood and Rausch we're also
marooned till W. C. Maucker's launch
came to the rescue. The supervisors
were Inspecting the Drury dra!nag?
district. Judge Thorpe lost one tif four
quail he received to piace In his neigli-borhood.
Spot Cash Department Store
NOTE! Every lady who visits this Oper
Ing and Exhibit Wednesday afterncon, April
4th, will receive a very pretty souvenir.
MUSIC will also enliven the occasion.
oung (L Mc Combs
I723-2o-27 Second Avenue.
JT is not only that the new styles
are seen here first, but frequently
nowhere else... . Today is the
most satisfactory one in our his
tory tomorrow will be more so.
The draw of the Rock Island bridg?
was officially openod at noon today
The trains and engines passing over
the bridge are to be governed by the
usual rules. The J. W. Van Sant was
the first boat through the draw, passing
south last Friday.
The Helen Blair, which arrived from
JJurlingtoa yesterday morning on . the .
EASTER MILLINERY 0
Wednesday and Thursday, April 4 and 5, 1906.
wlio come to this Millinery Exkitit will forget tkis last flurry of the
dying winter. They will step into a lower of Spring where a rose garden
is almost outdone; where foliage hrightened hv neenind herries or hlossomintf with
the beauty ot many a flower, greets the visitor on every hand. None need say, Spring is com
ing, m this nook it is here, no matter how the elements rage outside. Those who are weary of
a long winter are welcome to this heart of Spring.
QUR MILLINERY DEPARTMEMT is in splendid order; ready for
your inspection. We have spared no pains to make a splendid showing.
It will please you. It will he a notahle collection of good values, from the
most reasonahly priced hats that are good to the most elaborate creations of the
milliners art. No matter how large or how small the purse, Millinery suita
ble to its owner s wants will be found kere.
Special Showing of Tailor-Made Suits
THEY are lacking in that sameness which always wearies one, and the prices, you
A will say very moderate. You will surely find a garment for- Easter among this
charming array of the season's latest creations.
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