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THE rARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE G,X100G.
TO TAME KEEPERS
State's Attorney Files Informa
tion Against East Molina.
TO CALL IN EIGHT OF THEM
Charged With Keeping Open on Sun
days Counts Cover Dates from
April 29 to June 3.
raatvrard to the middle Atlantic atatenlC. P. GrantZ. Mr. Grantz will be re-
and Stw Eojtland. An area of nig-h lieved on the night work by A. G. Sit-
prenaure, with elearioK anil pooler
nvalbrr, bat appeared on the Pacific
roant. OhIbk tw the poHltion of the
northvreMtera Mtoriu. partly rloutly and
continued warm condition, with prob
ably Mevere loeal thunderatoriua tonlubt
or Thumda)', are indicated for thla vl-
Complaints from tat Moline as to
the conduct of the saloons in the vil
lage on Sundays have led State's At
torney John K. Scott to take some of
them through the taming process, and
informations have been filed in the
-:mnty court against eight of the alleg
eJ offenders. There are several counts
against each one. covering the Sun
days from April 29 to June 3.
auim of DrfrDilanla.
Following are the names of the de
fendants, who will be brought in to
give bail as soon as possible and the
dates of the r alleged offenses: lid
Van Kerrebroeck, May 13 to June 3;
lienry Carpentier. May 13 to June 3;
Coneales Vande Voorde. April 29 to
June 3: Peter Gye. April 29 to June 3;
Ed Ward. April 29 to June 3; Arthur
Van Neval. April 29. to June 3; Leon
Gallewaert, April 29 to June 3; Axel
Milloer, May 13 to June 3.
Partly i-loady. with probably aevere
local tbundrrittorma toulsht or Thar-
iur; ronitnued warm.
Temperature at 7 a. tt, 75 at 3:30
p. m.. H7t minimuai In 24 hourn, 67. V
loeity of wind at n. 7 luilen. Knln-
fail in 24 lioum, .62 Inehea.
The nrlnn Mtorni. nhk-h baa lu
crrnited Kr rally In InleuMity and 1m cen
tral over norlhnrnlrrn orth Ilakota,
hat iauwd Kbunrra and numeroun thnn-l:-ratorina
from the north Pacific count
and the northern Rocky mountain at air
LaSalle Is the best coal.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri City Towel Supply Company.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Lawn mowers sharpened and repair
ed at Rock Island saw works.
Lowest summer prices on hard coal
at Mueller Lumber company.
Fly screens, improved make, for sale
at Mueller Lumber company.
Cleaning up matting remnants at 5
cents a yard and up at McCabe's.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 1526-1528 Fourth avenue.
Plenty of fresh fish every day at
Aten's fish market, 2121 Fourth, av
A lot of sparkling, fresh, new, mid
summer hats just opened today at Mc-Cabe's.
McCabe's announce an important
sale of white fixings for the irresistible
Filter the drinking water. Positively
germ proof filters, large size, only $3.50
Mrs. Pearson. 1804 First avenue,
has received news of the death of her
father in New York.
Nathan Baker, the day ticket agent
at the St. Paul depot, will be relieved
for two weeks by the night operator.
tier of Lyons, Iowa. Mr. Baker's mar
riage is announced elsewhere.
Young & MeCombs have some very
interesting news in their ad this ev
ening about refrigerators.
Ladies' white skirts, embroidery or
lace trimmed, for $1.25 at Young &
MeCombs'. Read their ad.
Important The sale of white para
sols, white hats, white oxfords, and
white hosiery at McCabe's.
Mothers, read Young & MeCombs"
ad this evening. It contains news rel
ative to children's white skirts, with
waists, at 22 cents.
The automobile tours planned by the
Silver Cross Circle of the King's
Daughters for next Saturday, has been
postponed one week.
Could she be so fascinating in any
other garb? White and all white. She
is most temptingly arrayed as she
comes from McCabe's.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of-
HAD OPIUM JOINT
Testimony in Davenport Justice Court
Conclusive Woman Witness
Shocking conditions in connection
with a real opium jont as odious as
any the larger cities boast of. were re
vealed this morning in Justice Hall's
court in Davenport, when the trial of
Louis Benor, a Chinaman under an
American name, was held on complaint
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Booten. The
complaining witnesses were arrested
last week on the charge by Benor of
having stolen money from his place,
which was supposed to be an ordinary
chop suey restaurant and is located In
the tenderloin. Testimony taken todav
showed that opium had been smoked
at the place for some time, the woman
declaring she had paid $1 for the priv
ilege a number of times. She had
been addicted to the habit, she said.
for six years. Daring the hearing she
collapsed, having been in jail since
fice from the Knox flats to the corner ! Saturday without the drug. The China
Ices of the department were not
William Weaverling and Mrs. Mary
Fuller wtre brought before Justice G.
Albert Johnson today, on a charge of
adultery, the complaint being sworn
out by Edward Fuller, the woman's
husband. The case was continued to
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Customers for the angel and sun
shine cakes, sold for the past year by
Harris & Hess grocery, are hereby no
tified that' these cakes may be had in
the future, only at Passig Bros, or
Sieghartner & Boetje's. For further in
formation call old phone West 7SGY.
. 79. S0V2.
80 Vi. 81.
, 49. 50i.
of Fourth avenue and Twentieth street
over the florists. Entrance on Fourth
The marriage of Alfred Edward Wil
liams of Clinton and Miss Sylvia Hol
land, of Thompson, 111., was solemnized
Monday afternoon. Justice G. Albert
The prayer meeting at the Broadway
Presbyterian church this evening will
be a fellowship meeting, closing with
an informal reception to the new mem
bers of the church.
At Broadway Thursday. June 14, will
be given the "Festival of the Seasons"
for the benefit of the Sunday school.
good social time, a good lunch and
a good program. Everybody invited.
$2.00, $1.50, and $1.00 for select sty
sh. ready trimmed hats which were
and are now from $2.50 to $5.00 each.
12 each day (only 12) Thursday, Fri-
nian was bound over.
day and Saturday at $2.00, $1.50 and
$1.00 at McCabe's.
The ladies of the Cemetery Road
Improvement association desire to ex
tend their thanks to the ladies and gen
tlement who participated in the enter
tainment which was given at the base
ball park on Monday.
Justice G. Albert Johnson yesterday
afternoon officiated at the marriage of
Mrs. Alta Puttfarken of Davenport and
John Sehluter of this city. Mr. Schlu
ter is a car inspector of the Rock Is
land. They will reside in Rock Island.
The fire department was summoned
to the Cowden residence, 1033 Twen
tieth street, last evening about 10:30,
it being thought that the fuel in the
basement had been set afire. No
flames were discovered, and the serv-
Chicago, June C. Following are the
market quotations today:
July, 80. 81, 80, 81.
September, 79. 80
December, 80V4, 81.
July. 49. 50, 49.
September, 49, 50
December, 47, 49. 17. 48.
July, 34, 35, 34. 35.
September, 32. 33. 32. 33.
December, 33, 33, 33 . 33.
July, lfi.25, lG.no. 1G.25, 1C.47.
September, 1G.17, 1G.32, 1G.12, 1G.32.
July, 8.;:, 8.77, S.G5. h.75.
September. 8.80. 8.09, 8.80. 8.90.
October, 8.77, 8.S5, 8.77. 8.85.
July, 9.27. 9.50, 9 27. 4.45.
September. 9.17. 9.32, 9.15. 9.30.
October, 9.05, 9.15, 9.05. 9.15.
Receipts today Corn. 19; oats,
G3G; oats 222; hogs, 22.000; cattle 20,
000; sheep. 15.000.
Hogs left over 3,000.
Hog market opened strong to 5c
higher. Light G.SO'fiC.SO; mixed and
butchers G.30G.50; good heavy G.15(ft
6.52; rough heavy G.15(t?G.30.
Hogs at Omaha 9.500; cattle 3,200;
hogs at Kansas City 11,000; cattle, G,
000. Cattle market opened weak to 10c
Sheep market opened strong.
U. S. Yards 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong 5 to 10c higher Light C.304Y
G.52; mixed and butchers K.30Q G.55 ;
good heavy 6.20(iG.55; rough heavy
Cattle market weak to 10c lower.
Beeves 4.006.10; cows and heifers
I. (in (d 4.50; stockers and feeders 2.75'a
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed weak to a shade
lower. Light C.30(JJG.50; mixed and
butchers 6.30C.52; good heavy 0.305
C.52; rough heavy 6.206.35.
Cattle market closed weak to 10c
Sheep market closed strong lu to 15c
New York Stocks.
New York, June G. Gas 93. IT. P.
152. U. S. Steel preferred Hti. U.
S. Steel common 41, Reading 143,
Rock Island preferred GO. Rock Island
common 2G. O. & W. 51. Southern
Pacific G7. N. Y. Central 140. Mis
souri Pacific 97, L. & N. 149, Smelt
ers 158, C. F. I. Gl. Canadian Pa
cific 1G0, Illinois Central 181. Penna
133. Erie 4C. T. C. I. 157. C. & O.
5S, B. R. T. 84, B. & O. 109. Atch
ison 90. Locomotive 71, Sugar
13G, St. Paul 177. Copper 109.
Republic Steel preferred 104. Republic
Steel common 29. Southern Ry. 3S.
FEW HORSES ARE HERE;
REST ARE IN DAVENPORT
Sheriff McArthur Has Property of Tal
hot Show in His Custody Holds
for Satisfaction of Claims.
With the exception of a few of the
horses, which are held here under
writs of attachment Issued from the
lotal justice courts to satisfy claims
here, the entire property of the Tal
bot's "Fighting the Flames" company
is now under the custody of Sheriff Mc
Arthur of Scott county, in DavenjKirt.
The horses were brought to this hid.-,
but later taken back to Davenport by
the sheriff. There are over GO horse.
Additional claims are being added to
those already entered against the com
pany, and the outcome is uncertain.
The horses, it is understood, are lead
ed property. The situation is unchang
ed, though those interested are work
ing hard to effect a settlement and re
organize the company.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Llva
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. June G. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Protlur.m.
Live Poultry Spring chickens. $3.2"j
to $3.75 per dozen; hen3. per lb., s to
9c; ducks, per 1L.. 9c; turkeys, per lb..
13c; geese, per lb., 11c.
Butter Dairy, 1G to 17c.
Vegetables Potatoes, GCc.
KffiSS Fresh, 15c.
Cattle Steers, $3. no to $4.75; cows
and heifers, $2.0ti to $1.50; calves $4.r."t
Hogs Mixed $5.75 to $G.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3.00J$(5;
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn. 52 to 54c; oats, 32 M
Forage Timothy hay. $13 to $11;
prairie, $10 to $13; clover, mixed $M
to $11 ; straw, $5 to $C.
Wood Hard, per load, $5H.60.
Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slfick, per
bushel, 10 to 12c.
An Alarming Situation
Frequently results from neglect, of clog
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con
stipation becomes chronic. Thiscoiml
tion is unknown to those who usj Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the best mid
gentlest regulators of stomach nnd
bowels. Guaranteed by llartz & IJIb
meyer, druggists. Price, 25 cents.
All the news all the time The Arpus.
We Ve HuoiMed 4fne MigHilty EDollar by Mak-
log 75 and So Many Cases 50c "do tlbe Work
Never in the history of the clothing business of Rock Island county have the public had an opportunity to feast
upon Clothing Bargains as are now being offered at the
It is, indeed, difficult to do justice to these extraordinary values through the columns of the newspapers
in fact, it seems like a blushing shame to make the sacrifices we are making. The goods and low prices speak
much louder than our newspaper claims you must see them, try them, before you can fully appreciate all.
All the celebrated
el s. l m.
fine hand tailored
Men's Suits included
in this sale. Every
body knows this make
is the best on earth,
yet we are making
these sacrifices in or
der to unload, to get
out of the way of the
Every H. S. M.
Suit is Reduced
in Price from
Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner cj? Marx
mi aV M M
All Boys' Straw Hats.
All 25c and 50c Hosiery.
All Linen Collars.
All Men's and Boys' Caps.
All Girls' Dresses.
All of our fine Eagle, Wilson Bros, and Cluett Negli
gee Shirts all of our fine Underwear, Stetson Hats,
Burt & Packard Shoes, high grade FurnishiDgs
every article in the store at grertly reduced prices.
We're going to make a clean sweep then we'll re
model, refurnish, restock, and when all is over
M & K. will he well rewarded for their present
looses, for they will have decidedly the hest, most up-to-date
and inviting clothing store in the tri cities.
All of the
Grsoa-Meyer & Co.
Rochester make of Young Men's
Fashionable Suits are included in
this sale. Young men
from Davenport, Clin
ton, Geneseo, Moline,
and all surrounding
towns tributary to
Rock Island are taking
advantage of these
special price benefits.
Garson, Meyer 6 Co.
Young Men's Suits