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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 190G.
23d tliis !
Open Wed. Sat. Nights.
23d this ! Wkat s it mean :
It means that it's all the go 6? going fast
MOSENFELDER & dT tr
Sons' Special - - P-U
As good at any hat at any price.
Acars longer than the style lasts.
MOSENFELDER & SONS' WINNER HATS
$1.00 AND $1.50.
Here Are the Prices,
You Know the Quality
Nuff Sed" Ro&d Them Over.
21 pounds granulated
sugar SI. 00
8 pounds starch
15 bars Etna
2 for 15C
per package 3c
1 pound Arm and Ham
mer soda (J
4 pounds dried Lima
per gallon 20?
per pound 2oC
per pound 20)
per pound 25c
Java and Mocba coffee,
28c; 4 lbs S1.00
gallon cans 30c
Large bottle ca&up,
per dozen 90 C
Jello, all flavors,
3 packages 25 C
1 package dried
Three 1-pound packages
Three 1-pound paskages
corn, per dozen 73
per dozen 45&
Pet canned cream,
per dozen : . . . 45c
per lb. 24C
per dozen 52
per package 5
Twentih Century matches,
per barrel 10c
pc-r lb. 40c
Navy beans 25c
German dill pickles,
per gallon 25c
Three packages Blue Ribbon
pancake flour and one
can corn 2oC
SOLE AGENTS FOR EACO
FLOUR, THE FINEST ON THE
' Both 'Phones.
County Board of Supervisors
Pass Resolutions Relative
to His Candidacy
FOR STATE COMMANDER
Resolution Passed Declaring Certain
Territory Detached from. South
At the meeting of the board of super
visors this morning the following reso
lution was adopted relative to the can
didacy of E. II. Buck for tho office of
department commander of the Grand
Army of tho Republic:
"Whereas, It has come to the atten
tion of the members of the board ol
supervisors of Rock Island county, III.,
that Edwin II. Buck, a member of John
Buford post, G. A. "R., of Rock Island,
an honored and respected- citizen of
this county, has received the hearty en
dorsement of all the- posts of the Grand
Army of tho Republic in this county
for the office of commander of the
Grand Army of the Republic of the
state of Illinois; and
"Whereas, The election of Mr. Buck
to such office would confer an honor
on this locality, as well as upou Mr.
Buck himself, therefore, be it
"Resolved, That the board of super
visors in special session assembled do
hereby tender their hearty endorse
ment and recommend the candidacj
of Mr. Buck for the office for which he
has been endorsed, and is well quali
fled to fill.
Pursuant to. the vote for annexation
of certain territory in South Moline
township to Moline, the board aLopted
a resolution yesterday afternoon de
daring such territory disconnected
from South Moline and so annexed.
The board voted to receive bids for
furnishing ice to the court house for
The question of the usual assistants
for S. J. Ferguson, superintendent of
schools, was referred to the commit
tee on education.
The official proceedings were order
ed printed in the Rock Island Union.
The judicial committee of the board
of supervisors, at the closing session
this morning, reported on the claim of
Mrs. William Zeis, widow of William
Zeis, former township collector, for the
refund of $300 deposited in 1901 with
P. F. Cox for the completion of the
collection. The board rejected the
claim, the committee reporting that
the matter was a personal one between
the township collector and the county
collection. The money was a part of
that taken by Deputy Treasurer W. II.
A resolution offered by Supervisor
Wood, providing for the employment
of experts by the finance committee to
audit the book of the county officers,
was referred to the finance committee
to report at the next meeting th cost
and need of such an investigation.
JURY ALLOWS HAAS CLAIM
Returns a Verdict in County Court Last
In the case of Joseph L. Haas vs.
the estate of Frank D. Sheibley, the
jury returned a verdict last evening
in county court for $208.20, practically
the full amount. The claim against the
estate was for legal services in prepar
ing and conducting a case. II. A. Weld
appeared for the claimant and'. Ludolph
& Reynolds for the executors.'
In Critical Condition.
Reports from St. Anthony's hospital
today are that Floyd Martin, the 12-year-old
boy injured last week ie in
very critical condition, blood poison
ing having set in, following the opera
What good does it do you to eat if
your stomach fails to digest the food?
None. It does you harm causes belch
ing, sour stomach, flatulence, etc.
When the stomach fails, a little Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure after each meal will
digest what you eat and makes the
stomach sweet. All druggists.
I70T V AVC
Rock Island. III.
We are fast gaining a reputa
tion for doing the best watch re
pairing. It's a branch of the
jewelry business that can't be
handled by novices anyone can
The trouble, the supervision
and the examination ie our part
of the responsibility and are just
the "differences" that count so
much for you.
There are a few more hooks
on our watch rack that need fill
.Bring yours. ,
Rock Island. III.
ANXIETY UIIMTED III
LOCAL PEOPLE BACK
Anxiety on the part of Rock Island
people who have relatives or friends
in San Francisco and other places in
California continues unabated. This
morning the party composed of Mrs.
F. C. A. Denkmann, Miss Denkmann,
Mrs. W. H. Marshall and Miss Peter
son, arrived home, having left San
Francisco Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Harper had just arrived from
-heir tour abroad when the Rock Is
land party left, and were stopping at
jne of the hotels which was destroyed,
but expected to leave before Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. White left San Fran
cisco Monday for a tour of the Yose
mite valley, leaving their child with
the nurse. Miss Rinck, also of this city,
at one of the hotels which has since
been destroyed, and this has naturally
occasioned much anxiety.
Word came from Salt Lake City this
morning that Mrs. T. A. Murphy and
children and:Miss Keator were in that
city en route home. Considerable local
interest attaches to the welfare of
Peter Lister and W. J. Sweeney of last
year's baseball team, now with the Port
land club, which was due in San Fran
cisco Tuesday to open a series of
games with Frisco yesterday. The
visiting team would naturally stop at
one of the hotels
J. C. Rasmussen, the photographer,
formerly of Rock Island, had two gal
leries in San Francisco, one of them
directly across the street from the
Palace hotel which crumbled into
ruins yesterday afternoon. "
.The interest in the news from the
scene of devastation, which was so
manifest all over town yesterday fol
lowing the appearance of The Argus
extras and which brought people by
the score about tho bulletins at The
Argus building all day, continued
through the evening, when additional
bulletins were displayed. This morn
ing another anxious throng awaited
the appearance of The Argus extra,
giving further and later details of the
MEETING IN U
County Institute of the Woman's
STATE PRESIDENT TO LEAD
Sessions In Charge of Miss Marie C.
Brehm Opens April 23 and Con
tinues for Two Days.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argfus, will
be gladly received and published. But
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility." Written notices should bear sig
nature and addu'ess.J
Dower-McCarthy. The marriage of
Miss Katherino Dower to T. M. McCar
thy, of Davenport, took place yester
day morning at 9 o'clock at St. Jo
seph's churchi'Dean J. J. Quinti officiat
ing. Miss Josephine Dower served
her sister as maid of honor, and Wil
liani Wafer of Davenport was best
man. During the ceremony Mrs. May
Richards Casey sang. An elaborate
wedding breakfast was served follow
ing the ceremony at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Katherine Dower,
S43 Fourth avenue. Mr. McCarthy is a
well known business man of Davenport
connected with the firm of the McCar
thy Improvement company, and his
bride has been employed in the Wood
man head office. Mr. and Mrs. McCar
thy will make their home in Daven
Celebrate Anniversary. Rock Island
chapter, No. 2C9, Order of Eastern
Star, celebrated its 13th anniversary
by a special program last evening.
Dancing and refreshments followed
tho exercises. Following an overture
by the orchestra the members and
friends were greeted in a brief address
by the worthy matron, Mrs. Helena
Warnecke. Vocal solos were given by
Mrs. Fannie Spencer and Miss Water
man, and Miss Jessie TJogue. "Six Tim
id Maids from Japan," consisting of
Misses Ethel Frazer, Maud Philbrook,
Louise Battles, Ruby Williams, Bessie
Noftsker, and Mary Dickman gave a
pretty song and drill.
Grogan-Danielson. At 3:30 yester
day afternoon at Sacred Heart church.
Miss Cecilia Grogan was united in mar
riage with C. J. Danielson, the cere
mony being performed by Father J. F.
Lockney. The bride was attired in
white organdie and carried roses. The
couple was attended by George and
Lonora Grogan, brother and sister of
the bride. After the ceremony a wed
ding dinner was served at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
lohn Grogan, relatives and immediate
friends being present. Mr. and Mrs.
Danielson will reside at the corner of
Fifteenth street and Second avenue.
Invitations for Anniversary Ball.
Invitations are out 'for the annual ball
given this year by Siboney Bay camp,
United Spanish War Veterans, to com
memorate the leaving of Company A
for the front in 189S. The ball will be
given at Armory hall April 27. The
committee on arrangements is . com
posed pf Christian Koch, L. R. Ken
aedy, and R. P. Hampton, and the om
mittee on floor of F. C. Downs, George
W. Flood, L. B. Hemenway, Robet Mc-
Conochle, and William Frey.
Studio Recital. The pupils of Pro
fessor F. E. Peterson of Augustana
college gave a recital in his studio last
evening. .An interesting program was
participated in by Misses Edna Blaek
man. Bertha Baumbach, Cora Tiegren,
Cora Gustison, and Mr. BothweH.
Beat & SchmitL w
Fine tailoring. Illinois theater bmMd-
Announcement is made of the pro
gram for the county institute of the
Woman's Christian Temperance union,
which will be held in Milan April 23
and 24. Miss Marie C. Brehm, presi
dent of the etate organization, will be
in charge of the institute. The pro
gram is as follows:
1:30 Devotional service, led by
County Evangelist Mrs. Louis Trow
bridge. 1:45 Organization of institute.
2:00 Parliamentary lesson. Miss
Marie C. Brehm.
2:30 A Constitutional Quiz. Duties
of officers, privileges, and duties of su
perintendents and branch secretaries.
Mrs. Sarah Adams.
3:00 Paper: The Advance of Sci
ence Abstinence. Read by Nina Gil
more. 3:20 What a Local Union Can Do.
Discussion. Led by Mrs. Pauline
3:40 Is County Organization of the
Loyal Temperance Union Desirable?
Mrs. D. W. Mumma.
3:50 Question drawer.
4:00 Announcements and adjourn
4:05 County Executive Meeting.
County officers, local presidents and
county superintendents please attend.
7:30 Opening song. There's a Bet
ter Time Coming. Milan chorus.
Scripture lesson. Tenth Psalm. Mrs.
Song, White Ribbon Vibrations. Mi
Gold medal oratorical contest.
Song, "Illinois." Miss Marie C.
Announcements and benediction.
XneMitn y Morning.
9:30 Bible reading, "Courage." Mrs.
Reading of minutes.
10:00 Paper, Consecrated Dollars
and Sense. Mrs. W. E. Bailey.
10:20 Our County Problem. Do We
Need Workers In theField? Miss Marie
10:40 Paper, Social and Political
Economy. Read by Mrs. Lydla Sher
rill. 11:00 Problem: Our Young Poople;
How to Use Them In Our Work. Mrs.
11:30 Our Literature, and How to
Use Tt. Mrs. Mattie Taylor.
12:00 Noontide prayer.
1:30 Song and praise service, by
all local presidents. Led by Mrs. J
2:00 Reading of minutes.
2:10 Temperance ia Sunday School
Mrs. S. Taylor.
2:20 How Can Illinois Double Its
Membership by -Sept. 25, 1906? Mrs.
:4(j rne Lnsphencal Sphere: A
Paper. Read by Mrs. Donahoo.
3:00 Rescue and Preventive Work
Mrs. B. E. Wasson.
3:20 How Can Every Member be
Made Effective? Dr. Mariah Edwards
3:40 Symposium: Is the prohibi
tion of the liquor traffic right? If not.
why not? If it is right, why not pro
hibit instead of license? Rev. Henry
Cullen, Rev. Alvin Ioder, Dr. 9. P. g.
Edwards, Miss Marie C. Brehm.
7:30 Singing, The Battle Hymn cf
Scripture lesson. Mrs. Lois Ekstrom.
Lecture by Miss Marie C
riea for new members.
Resolution of courtesies.
The makers of Leonard Cleanable Porcelain Lined Re
frigerators authorize us to flive a guarantee with every
refrigerator they make. We refund the money without
quibbling if you are not satisfied.
Leonard Clexntxblo Porcelain Lined
Is the only one you ought to buy. Its perfect circulation
of air insures the coldest, driest Interior for the preser
vation of food. They are the easiest to clean, make ice
last longest, and prevent food from becoming -moist and
Your money back if not satisfied.
We are the exclusive agents.
The Alwin Folding Go-Cart
A thing of beauty, comfort and convenience. No com
plicated machinery in it3 makeup. Light, easy to fold.
Reclining back. Everything you could requir in a car
riage is here done up in a very small package. Gome in
and examine the merits of this beautiful cart.
Furniture &z Carpet
123125 West Third Street.
Opposite Masonic Temple,
COUNTY COURT TRIAL LIS!
Criminal Cases to Be Heard by Jury
The following criminal cases have
been set for hearing in the county
court next week:
Louis Roberts, bastardy.
Clarence Johnson and Ed O Connell,
William fl. F. Schultz and Anna Stol
berg. adultery and fornication.
Otto Patting, keeping open tippling
Percy Hazel, selling lottery tickets.
Charles McHugh and J. E. Montrose,
keeping open tippling house.
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Thursday night barrel races in throe
heats. Tuesday, April 24, the last
strictly full dress masquerade of the
Beason. Ladies admitted free Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday of this week.
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winter months creates a sort of stuffy
want of ozone condition In the blood
and sretem generally. Clean up and
get ready for 6pring. Take a few
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