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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 190C.
ROBBED IN ALLEY
George Gurkis, aGretk, and Leu
is R yr.cFds. Colored, the
SHE TOOK $2.25 FROM PURSE
Fine cf $150 for Man, and Grand Jury
Hearing for Woman Angelo Po
123 Mistreated Horse.
Elliott on .i charge of cruelty to ani
mals. It seems that Saturday a horse
that Polas was driving: was overcome
hy the heat. Polas became angry, anil
beat the animal with a chain, then
changed the harness to another horse
and drove away, leaving the sick
horse to suffer. The complaint was
made by Alderman Smith.
J. M. Daxley was fined $50 and costs
on a charge of disturbing the peace.
lie entered a neighbor's home and cre
ated a disturbance Saturday evening.
:n default of the amount of the fine
he was sent to Jail for 10 days.
A., the rcs;i!t of an incMcnt that Oc
cam rt about mi'in'ght Saturday nigh:
in the ulU-y between Third ami Fourth
avenues, at Tvvcr.tv-fourth t-treet. Iaju-
Rfyn.li!s. a colored woman claim
inir Galt-.-burg as her home, is lit Id to
the grand jury under $.V;U bonds 0:1
a charge of rebborv. and Ccorge Cr.r-
tls a Creek, was stilt down for
ilavs to work on; a fine of $!.".') am'.
costs on a charge of disorderly con
All the positive information abou:
the affair is that furnished by the po
lice officer wis 'j arrested them.
heard the two quarreling, and oti ar
riving at the scene found them rolling
on the ground, fighting for possession
of a pncketbool-:. the property of lltir
l:s. Curkis claims that the woman
took $2.25 from the purse. She claim:;
that it was another v.wman that was
with (lurk's when his pocketbook wa
touchc .1. atid tha: she did not have her
hands on the purse. She claims to
have cone her:? Saturday night a 12
o'clock from Calosir.irg. She faid she
was go!irr to Haven port to visit
fr'ends. The cases were heard by
Migisirate Elliott. Stale's Attorney J.
K. Scott prosecuting.
IWat llnrsr W ith haiii.
Angelo Polas. a Greek, was fined $3
and costs this morning by Magistrate
Prices Going down
on $3.00 Shoe Sale Table, a reduc
tion of $1 a pair. Don't wait to
long as each day reduces the se
lection: Tuesday any pair shoes on table,
$2.75j Wednesday any pair shoes
o tabfo, $2.50; Thursday any
pair shoes on table, $2.25;
day any pair shoes on table,
Remember this takes in Shoes
and Oxfords for Indies and gents
of the very best makes, an oppor
tunity that should not be missed.
307 Twentieth Street.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
IN THE CHURCHES.
Broadway Presbyterian. Prayer
meeting will-be held Wednesday even
ing. The Woman's Missionary society
will mee t Friday morning at 10 o'elocK
in the west parlor of the church.
Central Presbyterian. The prayer
meeting services will be held Wednes
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with
Mrs. J. R. Warner, 2H?,2 Fifth avenue.
First Baptist. Prayer service
he held Wednesday evening.
The Rock Island Baptist association
vill convene Tuesday evening at the
ntioch church in Mercer county and
continue through Thursday evening.
Delegates from the local church who
will attend are Rev. II. W. Reed,
Thomas Campbell. R. II. Wilson. Mrs.
5. J. Woodin, Miss Xettie Dempesy,
Mrs. John Titterington. Mrs. Samuel
Campbell. Mrs. W. 1?. Pettit, Mrs. J.
Jones, Miss Edna R. Reed, and Mrs.
N P. Tucker. Rev. II. W. Reed will
deliver an address Wednesday even
ing on the subject, "An I'nplanted Ear
Grace Lutheran. The Forward so
ciety meets this evening with Miss
Gladys Lundeen, 1013 Thirteenth ave
The confirmation class will be or
ganized Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
in the lecture room.
United Presbyterian. The Ladies'
id society will hold its annual picnic
Friday afternoon at the Tower.
The Young Peoples' society will
hold its picnic at the Tower Thursday.
The Juniors wi!f have their p'enic
at Long View park Wednesday, Sept. ..
At the close of prayer services Wed
nesday evening there will be a confer
ence of all the members of tho church.
There will be no preaching services
at the church next Sunday.
First Methodist. There will be pray
er pervico Wednesday evening.
OUR SHOWING OF EARLY FALL HATS IS THE LARGEST WE'VE EVER MADE.
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Women's IFastniomalfolle 3ulfs srndl
j l y ivo
This year we began the new sea
son earlier than ever. .We have
not rushed forward experimental
M styles that were designed as long
!ago as last may ana June, out
waited until styles were settled up
i on. Every suit shown by us was
purchased while in the eastern mar-
3 kets on our purchasing trip dur
i ing the early part of this month.
NEW TAILOR-MADE SUITS
Rvery suit a iimhIcI of Individuality and ex-lu-siveness.
"The Prince Chap Style." "Ponetu
tj Style," "Norfolk Style," "riiv Tight I'Utlng
style, i ne i ori'o v'" " r fijur iiim
several others, made or liroa.ioloths, l'aii
.anuis, Cheviots, Cravenette Clotlis, 1'aney
Mixtures, all come in a largo range tit col
orings; every one reasonably price! from
$32.50 down to $12. US.
NEW FALL SKIRT MODELS
Delightful, new aiul charming lire the styles;
While the weaves and colors are varied s
they are beautiful; delightful, new and
charming are the styles, not good style
will be found missing. .Mate-rials re Eanoy
l'laids and Mixtures. Ilroadcloths, Panama.
Voiles, TaflVta Silks. Cheviots, Cravenetles
Cloths and Fine Clay Serge's. Prices start
at $3.9S and ranee up Ut $H.:. Kvery
8lze, 23 to 30 waist ImiiiiIs anel in ail lengths
from the bhortest to the longest.
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Don't hesitate about selecting your
fall suit from a feeling that it's a
little tso early. Our assortments
are of splendid range and just now
you have the whole range of models
to select from.
AT THE BEE HIVE, as you 1
Know, you are periectly sate as to
styles, the correctness of -which is
sxclusive models of some of the
best makers, this store is in a posi
tion to offer you the jnost stylish
Suits and Skirts of the season, and
what is to most women a point of
equal importance at a very low
jj Whether you intend to purchase or not, we woulJ. be pleased to have ycu call and become acquainted with the size and character of our new stock.
114-116 W. 2nd St.
Davenport : Iowa
Christian Scientist. There will be a
testimonial meeting at the church
Wednesday evening at 7:U0 o'clock.
CLOSES BIG SUCCESS
Thousand People Attend cn the Last
Night Receipts Mere Than Pay
TRI-CITY TRANSFER AND
Hauling and movins of all
kinds, large or sraall. at rea
sonable rates. Daily wagons to
Moline and Davenport. We al
so handle the best grades of
hard and soft coal. A portion
of your patronage is respectful
ly solicited. Satisfaction guar
anteed.. New phone 51C4; old
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OFFICE, 215 TWENTIETH ST.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. g
tlV'Kii C. LC'JISVILLE
7o a'! l!C7-ir2anJ Cities
For InTot-nalion Adlress
W.A.BC:'ir r. ".A.
i 1U ; Ur -njt: L ., Clucago, EL
tf. A. CAcr.CTT. rz:: i. trss,
' W. C. H'ZZjiftSOri, G. P.
I'nder the manage n:ent of ihe laeal
committee, the prohi'iition county
Chautauqua at Prospect park has clos
ed a grand success. The i' ter. lance
incre-ased from ;he l',rfi nuetir.. wh.cn
there were about seventy-live pr-rs::is
present, until tho !a.;t meeting last
n?ght when there was an attendance
of 1,000 people.
The chantauqiia was also a financial
success. The people gave such patron
age to the local management that af
ter paying all expenses, there is left
a surplus eif $30.
Harry SI. SlcCaskrin and W. L. Tall
man, respectively chairman and secre
tary cf the local arrangements com
mittee, today asked the publication of
the following statement:
"The: local management wishes to
call the attention of its patrons to the
effort of all the newspapers. te keep
this great series cf meetings before
the people of this county. Their men
tion ef the various eveits and the
forecast of the programs were ex
tremely gratifying te the ones in
charge of this great undertaking.
"Wo would like to mention the
names of all those who gave their time
and talent to make this the success to
the community that it has been. Suf
fice it to say. that the success of this
wonderful undertaking is a credit to
this community. No one man could
B BRYAN'S REDE
In Self Defense
m. editor and ;
the Constitutionalist, Eminence, Ky.,
The r.ryan reception, under the aus
pices e;f the Commercial TraveleTs'
Anti-Trust League, New York, has
sent out a statement to the1 public say
ing that while the reception to Wil
liam Jennings Dryan in New York
Thursday of this week will be the most
remarkable popular demonstration t:
a plain American citizen ever seen in
the country, and while the city will be
crowded with more visitors than nt any
erne time in its history pnbaMy. no
ditiiculty is apprehended by the mana
gers of the entertainment in caring for
the throng.i of sti anger.;. Of course?,
everybody will not be able to hear Mr.
Bryan's speech in S!aH;-:o:i Square Gar
den e;n the night of August :10. but I
m-nrv -TcifY" li71 ltd oK'o tf -o ti:m '
during the parade in the afternoon r.r.d
at night in Sladison Square Park.
Mr. Bryan will be brought te) the but
tery at 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
whe're he will be welcomed by as many
people who can crowd inte Battery
Park and tho streets in the vicinity. A
sufficient force of polica will be em
hand to preserve eirder there and along
the- entire route ef march. Mr. Bryan
will bo in r.n open carriage with Gov
ernor. Folk of Missouri, and probably
Acting Mayor SIcGownn. An escort of
one of the city (roups will be provided
and it is eiptional with visiting dele
gations to follow on horroback or in
S'mjdicity is to dominate everything
about the reception, at the request of
Mr. Bryan, r.ad the procession up
Broadway will be without music or
ether accessories of a garish nature.
As Sir. Bryan is to be welcomed mere
ly as a distinguished American in pri
vate life, who has attracted world
wide attention as one of the greate.
men this country has produced, the
desire is to avoid the trappings of po
The parade will be up Broadway,
through masses of people lining the
sidewalk, to Forty-ninth direct, thence
.Mrting the park to Fifth avenue, and
thence down the avenue to the Vic
toria hotel, at Twenty-seventh r.treet.
Fifh avenue a:id Broadway. Sir. Bry
an's headquarters will be at the Victo
The deKr.-3 of the Mad iron Square
Garden will be opened at C:30 p. m.
and n band of fifty nieces or more will
IS TO OOiiriTE
equitably as possible to the different
sections of the country.
The boxes in the Garden will be ap
portioned to tho contributors of $30 or
more toward defraying the expenses
of the reception. As the delegates ar
rive in New York the chairman should
report to the Victoria Hotel headquar
ters and secure tickets for scats allot
ted to them. The eailiesfc arrivals at
the Garden naturally will get the best
accommodations. This will be the
case especially with seats that have
rot been reserved.
On the' evening previous to the re
eeptien. Aug. 20. the National Demo
cratic Club, No. CI" Fifth avenue, near
Fiftieth street, will have an "at home"
for the visiting delegations from either
eitief! and states. For five days there
after the club will keep "open house"
for all out-of-town democrats.
Mr. Bryan's only f-peech in New
York will be in the Madisr-n Square
Garden, with the exception of a sh'irt
talk to the overflow in the park after
the indoor mee-ting. Friday he goes to
Bridgeport and New Haven. Conn., and
the next day to New Jersey. He will
piobably start for the west Sunday or
Monday. Sept. 2 or .1.
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A' New Store
A New Stock
You will find no dd stock, no CJ
shelf worn goods in this store ?
everything new and lresn. All
we ask is a trial for we arc cer
tain we can please you by giving
you the best groceries on the
market at reasonable prices.
Fresh butter and eggs a spe
cialty. Once you try, yem'll always
rr-d 4-1. -x .
930 Fourth Avenue.
West 81 2Y.
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rt frnrci 7 to S 11 m. At
Major Hamm. editor and manager of,f. "'ltKr ,,nnr th(, -nkinsr will be-
cin. In behalf of the Commercial
i Travelers' Anti-Trust League, unacr
when he was fiercely attacked, four;
years ago, Dy pues, oougnt a box of. iua rfppntlnn is to be
t v hum.' an. v .1 uiv - "
held. Henry W. Walker will open tne
meeting by introducing Gov. Folk.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of which he
says: "It cured me in 10 days and no
trouble since." Quickest healer of
burns, sores, cuts and wounds; 25
cents, at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured
Morton Li. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "Sly wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
chairman of the reception committee.
Gov. Folk, in only a few words, will
introduce Tom U Johnson. Slayor of
Cleveland, as presiding officer. Mayor
in Johnson, in turn, wm intromit Au
gustus Thomas, who will be tne oniy
speaker in addition to Sir. Bryan. Mr.
Thomas will speak for five or ten min
utes only, and the rest cf the time will
be taken up bv Sir. Bryan
and face were swollen almost bevond I The aranh'theatre of Mad.son bquare
recognition; had been In bed for six Garden will be filled with seats
. . 1 .... i Vtv
weeks and nad eight physicians, but, for visiting eieiega.nuu.
received no benefit until she tried the
Slystic Cure for rheumatism. It gave
immediate relief and she was able to
tickets will be issued. These tickets
will be handed out in packages to the
chairman, of the delegations at the
walk about in three days. I am sure it ' committee's headquarters in tne v ic
saved her life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, j toria Hotel. Tickets will be allotted to
1501 Second avenue, Rock Island: the various bodies according to re
Gustav Schlegel & Son. 220 West Sec- quests sent into the committee. The
ond street, DavenporL instruction Is to dist ribute seats as
City Council Re-.om. Bock Island. 111..
Aug. 23. 190G. The council met at 1
P. m. in adjourned session. Alderman
Blochlinger. mayor pro tern, presiding
and all the aldermen present except
Alderman Trenkcnschuh moved that
a recess be taken to inspect the Six
teenth street pavement, the Sixth av
enue paving, and Third ward side
walks, and Longview Heights grades.
On reassembling Alderman Lawler
offered an ordinance establishing
grades in the Long View He'ghts.
which was considered, and adopted
by unanimous vote.
Alderman Bobbins moved that the
paving on Sixth avenue, between
Twenty-first and Twent j'-second streets
bo accepted. Adopted unanimously.
Alderman Smith meved that tiie pav
ing on Sixteenth str'jet between Tenth
and Twlfth avenues, be accepted, pro
vided that necessary repairs are made,
and that the bond be increased to 2."
Covers More Surface,
(5 tiai:o as much)
(5 times as loua)
(in 10 nuautec)
Tim m EnsmsS
A 1e:!LD m APPLY IT.
For imle hy David Don. Itootc IIjA
llariivvure company. John T. IWof Inker,
on. I J. J. Durirru Co.
GET AWAY FROfil HEAT AND DUST
The Fine Passenger Steamers
COLUMBIA and i:ELEN BLAIR
Leave Rock Island on alternate week days at
4 p. m. for Muscatine and Burlington. " Low
rates to round trip parties. Good beds, excel
lent meals. Orchestra and dancing floor on the
Columbia. Telephone, Old 188.
C. MANGAN, Agent. (
4-5-M-K"-! M-l-K-W-J-M' -l"i"t"l-l"l"t"f
It. G. CASTESL.
L. D. MUDGE.
fl. B. SIMMON.
CENTRAL, TRUST ANT) SAVINGS RANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATU LAW.
rp!lRl ?to-k, 9100,OOa. Foot I'rr Out Intrrrat I'afd on Dralf.
per cent of th? contract price. Adopt
Alilirman Eckharf moved that the
eiiexpcnded. balance of the Ninth
..:ic?' fund, south ef Eighteenth av
( n-.-e, bo used for- the grading of
itveeis iti the Third ward where side
walks have been built. Adopted unan
: incus! .v.
Adjourned en motion of Alderman
Pratt. H. C. SCHAFFER.
All the news all the time THE
The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act
on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling:
colds from the system is new and original
in Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
A certain, safe and harmless remedy for
all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough,
La Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all
Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers
praise the children's favorite Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar
Prepared at tl Laboratory of E. C. DcWITT CO.. CHICAGO, XT. S. Jk
jrTH2 RED CL0VSR BLOSSOM ASD T3 B0SXT ESS 13 OS SYSET B0TTL8.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C, J. Larkln,
J. J. JiVelle,
II. K. Catteel,
1 D. Mudge,
H. H. Cleavelanel, II. D. Mack,
Mary E. Robinson, M. S. Heagy,
K. D. Sweeney, John Schafer.
H. W. Tremann, IL B. Simmon.
Kstatf-fl and property of all kinds nre managed by thl Jeprtmnt,
whic-h H kept vntirely separate from the banking tusln-p f th com
pany. We ai-t as rxecutor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Cuarilian anJ Tnnervjitor of Etal'.
TJci'iver aii'l Asstcnee of Insolvent EstAtest. Oent-ral Ftr.nctI
Agent for Non-Hesiucnt, Women, Invalids, and others.
L T T
Healthy Bath Rooms
Good plumbing means
good health and this com
bined with modern sanitary
fixtures helps to keep the doctor out
of your house. "jStaodimr Porcelain
Enameled plumbing fixtures make
healthy bath rooms, are sanitary and
have a beauty all their own.
If you intend making bath room im
provements, let us show you samples of
this famous ware. We guarantee good
work, prompt service and attention no
matter how small or how large your job.
CHANNON & DUFF A
Xia West Seres teeatk Street.
UOCK ISLAND SAVINGS RANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits. iloney Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil MltchcJl. President.
II. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Grccnawalt, Cashier.
Regan the buFirss July 2. 1S70,
and occupies S. E. corner oC Mitch
ell &. Ly::Jo bu;Mti.&.
R. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
II. P. Hull.
E. W. Hurst,
II. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jack.son & Hurst.