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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, 28, 1900.
MUST FIGHT CASE
IN FEDERAL COURT
Central Union Telephone Company Wi
Apply to Judge Humphrey for an
Injunction Against Moline.
Moline will have to settle its diffl
culty with the Central Union Tele
phone company in the federal courts,
Notice has been served by V. B. Mann
legal representative of the company
upon Mayor Olson and City Attorney
Shallberg that Saturday morning at
o'clock a petition will be filed with
Judge Humphreys in the United States
.court at Springfield for an injunction
restraining the city of Moline from pre
venting them from occupying the new
building recently erected there.
The company was shut off from a re
moval to the federal court in the Rock
Island case by the filing of a cross bill
by Kenworthy & Kenworthy.
firarralljr fair, cxrrpt ponnlbly" local
Ihaadfnitornii tonljchf or Krldayt con
The nrmtrrn mtorm bn Inrrraaeal In
lat entity and ia erntral over eaatera
Montana. It ia inmlDt very warm
Treat her from the enatern Rocky moun
tain region to tbe Atlantic eoant. and
aenttered ahonrera and thnnderatorraa
from tbe Kooky mountain region nm
the Mlaaonrl and npper MinwlMalppi vat
leya to New England. IHmIbk rorae
tera and very cool temperature are
noted over the Pacific alope, and llicht
frost formed la tbe mountain of Ne
vada. Continued norm nnd Kenerally
fair weather in thU vicinity will reault
from the Inflnence of tbe weatera low
preanure, except that local thunder
atorma are poaaible.
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaater.
Temperature at 7 a. in., 73; at 3i30
p. m., 1)2. Minimum temperature In 21
hour. J. Velocity of wind at 8 a. m..
t mi lea- nalnfall in 21 houra. .05 Inchea.
Fancy butter at Weckcl's.
Plenty of fruit at Weckel's.
Weckel's flour, none better.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
LeSalle coal at Mueller's only.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Fireworks at Young & McCombs.
Fresh fish at Schroeder's tomorrow
For bus or express, SpeDcer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz
Cannon crackers. 3 packages for 10
cents at Young & McCombs'. .
Lawn mowers sharpened and repair
ed at Rock Island saw works.
Fly screens, improved make, for sale
at Mueller Lumber company.
Get your boy a toy pistol at Young
& McCombs", 5 cents and 10 cents.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 1526-1528 Fourth avenue.
All union barber shops will close all
day July 4. Open until 10 p. m. July 3
rienty of fresh fish every day at
Aten's fish market, 2121 Fourth av
enue. Paper balloons, 25 cents, 20 cents.
15 cents and 10 cents at Young & Mc
Combs". Good electric fans, all kinds, at the
American Electric, 119 Seventeenth
street, Robb's old place.
Roman candles at $l.oo. CO cents. CO
cents. 20 cents, 15 cents, 10 cents and
5 cents at Young & McCombs'.
Miss Hazy "objects to so much
cleanin' up." Helpers' entertainment,
Y. M. C. A., June 2S, tickets, 10 cents.
Lovey Mary, Little Tommy and the
duck, orphans get lost. Y. M. C. A.
auditorium Thursday evening. Tickets
Someone will surely get a nice clock
if they buy the one that is being re
duced 50 cents each day until sold at
Young & McCombs.
Thor ledge. No. 9, I. O. V., will give
an excursion to Muscatine and return
on the steamer J. S., Sunday, July 1.
A good time is assured.
Did you see the $25 clock in Young
& McCombs' street show case. Today
the price is $24; get ready to buy it to
morrow morning at $23.50.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Broadway Presbyterian
church will meet with Mrs. Ward, 519
Thirtieth street, tomorrow afternoon at
Thor lodge. No. 9. I. O. V.. of Moline
will give an excursion on the steamer
J. S. to Muscatine and return Sunday,
July 1. Boat leaves Rock Island 10 a.
m., Davenport i0:30 a. m. Arrive at
TAN SHOE TALK
Tan Shoes for comfort.
Ladies' chocolate Gibson ties,
the latest for street wear.
Tans are selling." Shoe
We told you so. Note the well
dressed man or woman, and see
their tan shoes. That's why we
have provided with up-to-date
tans. Tans for wear.
Footfitter8, Twentieth Street.
Muscatine at 12:30 p. m., and leave at
5 p. m.
Take in the excursion given by Thor
lodge. No. 9, I. O. V.,' on the .steamer
J. S., Sunday, July 1. Boat leaves Rock
Island at 10 a, m. and Davenport at
10:30 a. m.
The personal workers' class of the
Y. M. C. A. will meet tomorrow even
ing instead of tonight, on account of
the entertainment to be given this
evening by the Association Helpers.
The King's Daughters circle of the
Calvary Baptist church of Davenport
will hold their monthly meeting to
morrow afternoon at the home of Mrs.
W. H. Keeley, 1728 Nineteenth avenue.
Otto Huber, who has been receiving
subscriptions for the improvement of
Long view park, asks tnat m iuture
those who wish to redeem their pledges
turn the money over either to Chair
man William Jackson of the park com
mission or to the Peoples National
bank. Mr. Huber will be out of the
city for some time.
Rock Island's Best Clothes
Stote The Style Head
quarters of the Tri-Cities.
MISS BESSIE OWENS
RESCUED FROM RIVER
Narrowly Escapes Drowning Paul
Sherrill Drags Her Out After
Third Time on Surface.
Miss Bessie Owens of Rock Island
narrowly escaped drowning in Rock
river just above the Moline bridge yes
terday afternoon, and was rescued by
Paul Sherrill after she had come to
the surface of the water and gone down
the third time. Members of the family
were there, and Bessie, who is about
years of age, was out in the river.
She was overcome by a cramp and that
was the reason of her danger.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Mrs. Celestia Huntley of Reynolds,
is visiting with her son Charles.
A number from here attended serv
ices at Timber Sunday. .
Miss Edith Stropes of Rock Island.
was in the village last week.
Mrs. Eichburg of Cincinnati, is visit
ing her motner. Mrs. Mounts.
Miss Edna Davis of Moline, spent
part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Peppers of
Illinois City, spent Sunday with the
formers' sister. Mrs. Davis.
Miss Clara Davis was visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. West in llock Island bat-
rday and Sunday.
H. C. Harris and daughters of Rock
Island, were in the village Thursday
Mrs. Robertson and family of Rock
Island were recent visitors with
Mrs. Norman of Rock Island, visit
d the last of the week with her sister.
rs. John Stropes.
Edward Wenks of Des Moines, was
teinr.g with his brother. Charles, the
last of the week.
Mrs. Gravink and two children of
avenport. are visiting with Mrs. Ed
Kc-beri and Henry Thompson and Jo
seph Simmons speni ine iast ui iuc
week with their families here.
Hugo Herbert of Des Moines, was a
ecent visitor with his brother George.
Mrs. S. A. Leeman and Mrs. John
Stropes are visiting the former's daugh
ter. Mrs. M. B. Myers at Elmira, Iowa.
The Misses Maude and Kathenne
Boney and Miss Myrtle Burgoyne, left
Tuesday evening on the Columbia to
Miss Armenia Crabs spent last week
- - m.r . . r 1 Tl 1 J.
with Miss fseine craos in xxejuuius.
Miss Nellie Cooper is sewing for
Mrs. Thomas Leek near Preemption
Miss Martha Nichols is the guest
this week of Aledo friends.
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Phillips visited
the last of the week with Mr. ana Mrs.
Harry Lewis of Geneseo.
Oscar Boyle of Marion. Iowa, visit
ed Thursday of last week with his
mother. Mrs. Lucinda Boyles.
Miss Bessie Cooper returned home
Friday from Chicago where she naa
been visiting schools the past two
John Hall of Iowa visited the last of
the week with hi3 aunt, Mrs. Lucinda
Miss Edith Reaber started Wednes
day on a trip through Pennsylvania
and New York where she will visit
Mr. Peterson of Davenport, is visit-
ine his niece, Mrs. Jesse Tidball.
Rev. D. T. Robertson of Ohio, is vis
iting friends around Hamlet. Mr. Rob
ertson was formerly pastor oi ine tiam
let Presbyterian church.
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Straw Hats . . oF, lfM Pp
i silk shirts . $4.50 p- mM
$3 Silk Shirts . $2.50 Liifei WiSmi
All $2 Shirts . $.47 W&mg
; : All $1.50 Shirts . $.9 W4f
1 i ah $i shirts . 79c Nm I'lfti
$2 Underwear . $1.47 H
& I $I Underwear . 75c WmM
$. I 50c Underwear . 37c 7 WsS
S I $5 Trousers . $3.95 i J
$4 Trousers . $2.95 , &m
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While our sales, have been enormous, we
still have many extraordinary bargains to
offer. For these last days we've made them
greater than ever the prices have been
cut surprisingly low.
BUY YOUJEg FOTJOTKI-of-jmLY
OUTFIT Today at the M. & K.
These celebration prices bring Oooil Clothes within tke reach of
every pocketbook. The savings on your purchases here will pay for
your celebration. From head to heel every stitch yuu need is
waiting for you and at prices you'd scarcely-dream of!
All Caps, All Boys' Straw
Hats, Star Waists for Boys,
Girls' Wash Dresses, All
Linen Collars, All Neck
wear, All 50 cent and 25
Straw Hats .
$5 Silk Shirts .
$3 Silk Shirts .
All $2 Shirts .
All $1.50 Shirts
All $1 Shirts
$5 Trousers .
$4 Trousers .
$2 50 Trousers
50c Knee Pants
$1 Knee Pants
Best Rubber Collars fc
4 pairs IQc Hose . 25c
SPECIAL SUIT REDUCTIONS
These prices tell in part how great the saving is. You must see
the garments we offer to realize just how great these bareains
are. While we can not fit all men in all patterns we can fit any
man in a desirable pattern, including seasonable gray, twi
lights, club checks, plaids, etc. ,.r
Your Choice of
Any Suit We Have
These Were S20 and
$22 Suits, now
These $15 Suits now
Suits Sold Up
to $IO, now
Suits Sold at $22 and
These Suits Are Cut From
$18 and $22 to
These $12 Suits Now
Blue and Black Suits Included in
We have one 1905 model Northern
touring car, with top in fine condition.
$1,000. Also one for $950, with-
top. Call on the Davenport Auto-
Illinois theater build-
Get a Northern automobile. It does
not go as fast as some cars, but it will
always bring you home safe. It is re
liable. Davenport Automobile company.
ConstlpaUon makes the cold drag
along. Get it out of you. Take Ken
nedy's Laxaiira Honey and Tar cough
syrup, contains no opiates. Ail drug
news all the time THE
GO TO THE PRESIDENT BUT
ALL EFFORTS PROVE VAIN
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of various articles of food as to whole
someness or unwholesomeness, of vari
ous preservatives, and which would
compel persons selling drugs or arti
cles of food to furnish samples of such
product for the purpose of analysis.
Some l'runKlfH IiuMril.
The bill as agreed upon makes it a
misdemeanor for any person to manu
facture, 'sell or offer for sale any ar
ticle of food, drugs, medicines or li
quors which is adulterated or mis
branded, or which contains any poison
ous or deleterious substance. It pre
scribes for each offense a fine not to
exceed $500, one year's imprisonment ! cents-
or both, within the discrimination of
the court. For each subsequent of
fense a fine of not less than $1,000 or
one year's imprisonment is provided.
Section 2 prohibits the introduction
into any state or territory or the Dis
trict of Columbia from any other state
or territory or any foreign country or
shipment to any foreign country of any
article adulterated or misbranded with
in the meaning of the act under penal
ty not exceeding a fine of $200 for the
first offense or $300 or one year's Im
prisonment or both for each subse
To Muscatine and Return, July 4, on
Steamer Helen Blair.
Steamer Helen Blair will leave Rock
Island at 11 a. m., giving three hours
in Muscatine, and arrive home at 7:30
p. m. Fare, 50 cents; dinner. 50 cents.
No intoxicants permitted. Telephone
188 old. 5152 new.
C. J. MANGAN, Agent.
W. A. Blair, manager.
Moonlight Excursion on the W. W.
The Gustaf Adolph lodge No. 26, I. O.
S., will give a moonlight excursion
Thursday evening, June 28. Music by
the Bleuer-Hemenway orchestra. Danc
ing free. Gentlemen, 35 cents. Ladies,
Democractic County Committee
A meeting of the democratic county
committee is hereby called at the Rock
Island house in the city of Rock Island,
Saturday, June 30, at 1:30 o'clock in the
afternoon, to consider matters of im
portance . relative to the operation of
the new primary law.
JOHN P. SEXTON, Chairman.
For a free nice easy riding car the
Northern has no equal. Davenport Au
I F I B I I 1 D i on
AT WATCH TOWER
MASTER. CLARENCE SCHUTTER.
THE WONDER.FUI, BOY SOPRANO.
FINE CONCERT PROGRAM and Other Attractions.