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THE ARGUS; TUESDAY, JULY 31, 190G.
Took Everything in Sights During
the passage of the parade of the Ring
ling Bros, circus yesterday aa ener
getic knight of the jimmy entered a
West Third street bakery and cleaned
out everything in sight, including the
Charged with Holdup. John Linehan
was arrested yesterday morning by
Officers Behm and LeG range on charge
of larceny from the person. The com
plaining witness, a man by the name
of S. Morgan, claimed that Linehan
met him on Front and Gaines streets,
knocked him down and took $2,50 from
his pockets, all the change he had. The
case was continued.
Injured in Laundry Mangle, MioS
Margaret Murray, residing at 1023
West Seventh street and employed at
the Rock Island road's laundry on East
Fourth street, met with a distressing
accident Monday morning. Both of
Ler hands became eaujtfit in the man
gle at which she was ironing and bad
ly crushed." The patient was hurried
to SL Luke's hospital, where it was
found necessary to amputate the left
hand at the knuckles, taking off all
four fingers and on the right hand it
was necessary to amputate parts of
Stopped Circus Dice Game. L. Ly
ons, George Adams. Jim Hall, and
John Lyon thought they saw a busch
of easy money in sight on circus day
whea many verdant countenances lin
ed the thoroughfares of Davenport.
Accordingly, they got out a little dice
game and began to operate it on the
corner of Rock Island and Second
streets. Business started up wtajl and
the game bade fair to be a winner.
But they reckoned without taking the
police force into consideration, and
their bonanza had hardly, been opened
before Officers Sanford and Biskop
swooped down and corralled the quar
tet and their -outfits. Their hearing
will be held today.
Ends Life with Strychnine. Peter
Bargmann, a well known New Liberty
farmer, ended his life Sunday morning
at his home by taking strychnine. Jus
tice of the Peace George Lueders was
commissioned by Coroner Ijnmbach to
"hold an inquest, and did so yesterday
morning, the verdict being that he
came to his death as the result of a
dose of strychnine self-administered.
No facts as to the cause of the deed
were brought out at the inquest. It
Is reported that Mr. Bargmann had
within the last few days made the re
mark that he was tired of life and
wished for the end. While not a farm
owner he was in independent financial
circumstances. But his health had
not been of the best and it is said he
was simply tired of life. Mr. Barg
mann was G9 years of age and the
father of four sons imd four daughters.
He Is also survived by his wife. The
funeral has been set for Wednesday af
ternoon, with interment at the New
F. W. Vogt Dies Suddenly. Fred W.
Vogt, a highly esteemed citizen of
Davenport, died suddenly yesterday
morning. be!ng stricken on the street
and expiring a few minutes later be
fore medical aid could reach him.
Shortly after S o'clock, while walking
north on Brady street, Mr. Vogt was
stricken near Fifth and Brady streets,
and fell to the pavement. He was car
ried into an office and expired about
15 minutes later. The fatal ailment Is
attributed to a complication of heart
trouble and diabetes, with which Mr.
Vogt. has been aJUicted and has been
a patient sufferer for a number of
years. He was CO years old and was
born in Germany. He came to Daven
port when 9 years old and has made
his home there ever since. For years
he was engaged in the saloon business,
but in later years has lived mostly a
life of retirement, having been engag
ed for a short time in the restaurant
business, and at the tlaie of death in
the billiard parlor conducted by him
in the building owned by him at Third
and Perry streets. Mr. Vogt was a
conservative business roan and had ca
quired considerable property. His wife
died some ten years ago, leaving him
with one daughter, Laura, now 1G years
Obituary Record. After an illness of
about iliree weeks' duration Mrs. Jo
seph M. Tuchfarber died Sunday at
her home, 1423 Marquette street. Her
Jllness resulted from typhoid fever, and
this, with the contributary cause of
heart failure, resulted in her death.
Mrs. Tuchfarber was bom and raised
in Davenport. Her parents, who sur
vive her. were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
McGtv. She had been married to Jo
seph Tuchfarber nine years on Sept.
27, 1905. Besides her parents and hus
band, she leaves two children, Cleo
and Stephen, and one sister, Mary Mc-
Gee. All the relatives are of this city.
At 1:30 o'clock yesterday morning
occurred the death of Mrs. Emma A.
Brocker, at the age of 23 years, 10
months and 21 days, at her home, 313
Fillmore street. Her fatal illness
which was short, was from Bright's
disease. The survivors are the hus
band, Herman Brocker. a son, Irwin
A., a number of brothers and sisters,
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claits
Schnel. The funeral will be held from
the home Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock, with interment in Fairmount
Mr. and Mrs. William Flood, 1938
Rockingham road, are mourning the
death of their 5-months-old son,
Charles Flood, which occurred at 7
o'clock jesterday morning, the fatal
ailment being cholera infantum.
Complexion treatments are a neces
sary part of the grooming of a well pre
served woman. It is not so much a
matter of how you look today, as how
you will look tomorrow. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea does the busi
ness. Tea or tablets, 35 cents. T. H.
1 1 c-fTS "Sq Yir
That All Important Bathroom.
You have often heard people remark, ""If I
were ever to build I would plan my bathroom
first and would not put all my money into the parlor with all
its finery." " '
That's good common sense sentiment, for the bathroom is the
most important of all
the household. It's
the Mecca of cleanli
ness, health and refine
ment, and nowadays
many homes are judged
by their bathrooms.
We would like 1o
help you plan your
bathroom and believe
that we could surprise
you by putting in a
bathroom for you at a
much less cost than you
might expect and at the
same time do it better than you anticipated it could be done for even
We have a booklet ' Modern Home Plumbing" which will
show you how to "arrange your bathroom, kitchen and laundry
plumbing with ."J$Uutdaff Baths and one piece Lavatories, the best
plumbing equipment in the world. Call, write or phone for a
copy. It is free.
CHANNON & DUFF A
Sunday Morning Fire, Fire Sunday
morning seriously damaged a frame
building between Twelfth and Thir
teenth streets and facing. the railroad
tracks. It was occupied by a Belgian
family and the blaze was the result of
an explosion of a gasoline stove. The
building was owned by 'George W.
Pointing at Map; Dislocation. L. H.
R. Karwath, the druggist on Eigh
teenth avenue and Seventh street, suf
fered a peculiar accident this noon
while reaching toward a map on the
wall at his place. He was -pointing
with his right hand to a spot high up on
the map when he threw the shoulder
joint out of place. The joint was weak
from a previous dislocation caused by
a fall from an lS-foot stepladder. Tim
Kennedy, the well known excavating
contractor, was quite badly injured by
being kicked by a horse. An ugly gash
was cut in his head which required five
stitches. He wil be laid up for several
days. Gust Coussens of Tenth street
and Railroad avenue, was quite badly
injured at Deere & Co.'s. A quantity
of iron weighing 250 pounds fell on his
left foot, breaking two bones of the in
step and badly bruising the leg. Elmer
Bengston had the middle finger of his
right hand badly smashed while mov
ing a piano.
On Journey to Gulf George Ritter
and Charlie Long started at noon yes
terday for New Orleans in a rowboat.
They are fully equipped with sails,
oars, tents, clothing, and the necessary
cooking utensils stowed away in their
boat, which is 20 feet long and slightly
more than five feet in width. The plan
is to make the trip by easy stages, sail
ing and rowing as the conditions per
mit. They intend to remain in south
ern waters all winter, exploring some
of the many small streams that con
tribute their waters to the Mississippi
At New Orleans they will sell their
outfit and return home by rail or steam
er. The trip is merely for pleasure,
and has no other end in view.
Burglarized the Home. CharlesSwan-
son's residence, 1902 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, was entered by burglars Sat
urday night. The marauders placed a
ladder to a second-story window and
searched that portion of the house, lat
er invading the downstairs rooms and
finding $3 in the kitchen, which had
been left there inadvertently by Mrs.
In Trouble in West. A Moline facto
ry representative who has returned
from a trip to the Pacific slope, reports
that C. O. Steinnort, who flourished in
Moline two or three years ago as organ
izer and presiding genius of a job print
ing office, was arrested at a point in
Orrsron about three weeks ago on a
warrant issued by the Moline Plow
company's California house, charging
Steinnort with fraud and obtaining
money under false pretenses. The Mo
line gentleman was in the town when
the arrest was made and interviewed
Obituary Record. Nels Anderson.
resident of Moline for almost a score
of vears. died Saturday at his home.
241 Second street, after an illness ot
two weeks with heart trouble. He was
taken suddenly ill at a Christian Sci
ence service and was conveyed home
n the ambulance. He gradually grew
worse until Saturday afternoon when
death came. Mr. Anderson was born
in Vermland, Sweden. April 11. 1S44.
and came to this country IS years ago.
For the last 1G years he has been em-
loyed as striper by the Moline Plow
company. His wile died inree jvar&
aeo. Four children survive: N. I neo-
dore, Vala, Lena, and Frederick.
w ( . .
lia West ScTeatccmtk Street.
Dainty Weill Coverings
As shown by sample rolls In our exhi
bition and1 salesroom, give every evi
dence of excelling past seasons in ev
ery desirable way. Richness, harmo
nious blending of colors and figures,
strength and excellence of the paper
stock itself all commend our wall pa
pers to you. Another commendation Is
our prices, whieh are the lowest in the
Paridon Wall Paper Co
419 Seventeenth Straet
$7.90 to Chicago and Return.
Via C. M. & St. P. railway 17.90.
Dates of sale, Aug. 11, 12 and 13. Lim
it tickets for return to Aug. 22, 1906.
The C, M. & St. Paul offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, fro mthe tri-cities. sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further information phone any
of their offices.
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers' tickets on sale the
How fo Savo Baby
From Doing Sicfi
BY A MOTHER WHO KET0WS
Every mother should avoid the possi
bility of sickness befalling her children
In this season. And, of course, most
mothers do honestly try to avoid such
possibilities, but many do npt appreci
ate the one great essential.
Feed the little folks grood, healthful,
pure, strengthening food and there
need not be any fear.
For many years physicians have pre
scribed malt extracts, which contain a
large percentage of maltose, or malt
sugar. Malta-Vita, the erlsn dellrinns
whole-wheat food, contains from eight
iu n per ceni or manose.
Majta-Vlta. on account of its lare-A
percentage of maltose, is easily digesti
ble and readily assimilated by the
human economy, forming rich healthy
blood. Is esteclallv beneficial for chil
dren and it Is so good to eat not ''at
an iiko tne tasteless variety of breaK
fast foods that thn Ifttlp ones nlwnvit
welcome its appearance on the table.
airs. Mites Mccormick, of South,
Bend. Tnd., says: "We had almost de
spaired of finding something our baby
could eat without being distressed. He
hatl. since birth, been a constant suf
ferer from constipation and a general
derangement of the stomach and bow
els. Since we began feeding him
Malta-Vita, he has improved wonder
fully and Is entirely cured -of consti
Maita-vita, an grocers, now 10 cents.
i hoos,er Mm fwmit 9m
KITCHEN l,;f jlfefi m
The AUTOMATIC ref rigerator is huilt so that you can keep
it as sweet and clean as a china dish.
We think you will be surprised at the saving of ice.
We know that the appearance is better than that of your
neighbor's, unless an AUTOMATIC is there.
You'll like the water cooler (abslutely non-odorous), you'll
like the trap arrangements you'll like it best when you find
food flavors do not mix.
Let us show you the AUTOMATIC It's certainly a great
first and third Tuesday in each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seek rs territory. For further infor
mation phone or call at any C, M. &.
St. P. office.
$8 to Chicago and Return.
On Aug. 4, 5 and 6 the Rock Island
will sell round trip tickets to Chicago,
with return limit Aug. 15, at rate of $S.
$7.95 to Milwaukee or Chicago
And return. On Aug. 11, 12 and 13 the
Rock Island will sell round trip tickets
to either Chicago or Milwaukee, with
return limit of Aug. 22, at rate of $7.95.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Excelsior Springs, Mc.
An ideal summer and winter health
resort. An attractive book of 32 pages
with 21 illustrations descriptive of Ex
celsior Springs, its medicinal waters,
its hotels and train service, has just
been published by the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul railway. It will be
sent to any address for 4 cents postage.
F. A. Miller, general passenger agent,
To Colorado for the Summer.
Via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway. Why not take a trip to
Colorado this summer and enjoy the
cjimate and scenery of the Rocky
Mountains? The rates are low and the
through train service by the St. Paul
Unicn Pacific line excellent. Ask the
nearest agent about rates, routes and
train service, or write today to F. A.
Miller, general passenger agent, Chi
cago. Colorado -Californ'n book sent to
any address for six cents' postage.
Real Estate Transfers. .
Theodora S. Peterson to John E.
Peterson, lot 7. block 1, Hunt's First
add.. Midway South Moline, $4.10.
John I J. Cady to Mabel Cad? Skin
ner, lots 8, 9 and 10. block O. Moline
Water Power Company's addition, Mo
Mabel Cady Skinner to Clara Ward
Cady, lots 11, 12. block G. Moline Wa
ter Power company's add.. Moline, $1.
Eldridge Clark to Charles F. Schlue
ter, lot 5, Ekstrom's sub-div. Reynolds,
New Book cn South Dakota.
By the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul .railway. A new book descriptive
of South Dakolaf .resources and op
portunities, has" jui-t-been published by
tne cnicagp, -Milwaukee . St. Paul rail
Way. The first chapter tells all about
Lyman county and the rest of the ter
ritory west of the Missouri river re
cently made accessible by railway ex
tensions. The book will be sent to any
address for two cents postage. F. A.
Miller, general passenger agent, Chi
To points on C. M. & St P. railway,
every Tuesday, April to December,
1906. Also to Alberta, Manitoba, Mich
igan, Minnesota. North and South Da-
kotas, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Wis
consin homeseekers territory, every
Tuesday rate: One first class limited
fare plus $2 for the round trip. For
further information call or phone any
C. M. & St. P. ticket office. Both
Terrible Scaly Humor in Patches
All Over the Body Skin Cracked
and Bleeding Itching Unbear
ableCured by Cuticura in Thirty
Days at Cost of $4.75.
CURE BY CUTICURA
Eczema, Erysipelas, Ringworm,
Boils a nd Pimples
Quickly Disappear When Using SALUBR.IN.
One Trial is Convincing Proof.
SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES.
"I was afflicted with psoriasis for
thirty-five years. It was in patches all
1 u.ca tiiree canes
of Soap, six boxes
over my body.
Salntlnfr the Flair.
Army regulations prescribe in detail
what honors shall be paid to the flag,
and these regulations are implicitly
and gladly observed. No matter how
little one may relish the duty of show-
iizsr the respect due to some military
superior, he is always ready and glad
to do houor to his flag. Whenever any
one in the military service of the Unit
ed States passes near the unfurled col
ors or whenever the flag pauses before
him, he is required to remove bis cap
in salute, and if sitting he is required
to rise aud stand at "attention" until
the flag has passed. St. Nicholas.
Mr. Snagsby (rummaging in closet)
Maria, thiii is a new hat, isn't it? Why
don't you wear it? It looks better than
anything you have worn this season.
Mrs. Snagsby That's my old hat. It
blew off my head the other day and
was run over by a street ear, aud I
think yoo are just ug mean as yon can
be! Chicago Tribune.
ment, and two
bottles of Cuti
cura Resolvent. I
bathed with the.
Soap, applied the
H$M$Ak T clay, and took the
utrf v ltesolvent as tli-
rccted. In thirty
days I was completely cured, and I
think permanently as it was about five
years ago. ? t .
"The psoriasis first made its appear
ance in red spots, generally forming a
circle, leaving in the center a spot about
the size of a silver dollar of sound flesh.
In a short time the affected circle
would form a heavy dry scale of a white
Bilvcry appearance and would gradually
drop off. To remove the entire scales
by bathing or using oil to soften them
the Hesh would be perfectly raw, and a
light discharge of bloody substance
would ooze ou t. That scaly crust would
form again in twenty-four hours. , It
was worse on my arms and limbs, al
though it was in spots all over my
body, alao on my scalp. If I let the
scales remain too long without remov
ing by bath or otherwise, the skin
would cralk and bleed. I suffered
intense itching, worse at nights after
getting warm in bed, Or blood warm
By exercise, wl&i it would be almost
"To sum it all up, I would not go
through sich another ordeal of affliction
for thirty-five years for the State of
Kansas, (signed) W. ' M. Chidester,
Hutchinson, Kan., April 20, 1905."
CuOrm Soap, Ofotmrnt, and Pills mrr thrrnifrtioni
the worUi. Potter Drue Chun. Corp., Sole PrP.."B"rton.
VT- MtUcd t ree, "liavut Cur 1'orturiug liuniora.
8TB t J HAY
I can sell you either a new or slightly
used Steinway for about the price of
an ordinary instrument. Let me
quote you figures and show you some
magnificent examples. I can sell on
easy monthly installments, same as
cash, when desired. Address, .
L. C. FINCH,
P. 0. Box 355, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
He is the old reliable specialist, established in Davenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They took your money and left nothing niir
broken promises. Dr. Walsh has remained here long enough to prove his
cures are permanent, for the people he cured 12 years ago have remained
3?&C2T- YOU CANNOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
O PLACE ELSE.
Don't waste your time trying others, for you can not get our treatment
at any other place, as most of our appliances and treatments are the re
sults of our own study and invention aud you cannot get the same results
See our new gigantic Static X-Ray machine. It is a wonder. Wo use all
forms of electricity, vibration and violetrays. Call and see a thoroughly
equipped institute. Consultation, inspection and explanation free and
REMEMBER, our treatment is the best and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money for Inferior treatment when the surest is the cheapest. Our guaran
tee is backed by 12 years of success right here in Davenport aud thous
ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do business like a business man
go where you can get the best for your money if you are not eure. In
vestigate, and be 6ure you're right, then go ahead.
WOMEN suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his vast ex
perience. MEX, we cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and special weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach and intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed In one treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep, your money in your pocket until you Bee It
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute, 124 West Third
street (near Main street), Davenport, Iowa. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4:30, and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m.
Have you tried it? It is the best thing on
the market for the pipe. A rare "blending
of the finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
ircade Cigar Store
Harper House Block.
John P. Sexton, Prop.
BOCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
Honey Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Becurlty.
Phil Mitchell, President
H. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Oreenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870,
and occupies S. EL corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde's building.
Interest Paid on X
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
II. S. Cable.
Solicitors JackSon Hurst.