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THE AUGUST. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1006
WILL BE BIG DAY
Next Saturday's Wood
LONG VIEW PARX THE PLACE
Excursions Coming from Muscatine
and Other Nearby
The ommittee on arrangement for
the big Woodmen picnic to be given at
Long View park next Saturday, had a
meeting with Commissioner Gaetjer
this morning and the plans were
agreed upon in detail. The arrange
ments proved mutually satisfactory,
the committee being given the accom
modations it desired and in return
guaranteeing that no damage to the
grounds would result.
The committee is hustling with the
minor arrangements for the big day,
and weather permitting, expects one of
the most enjoyable occasions the mem
bers of the order and their families
have ever had In Rock Island county.
Captain Blair ha arranged to brlug
a Woodmen excursion from Musca
tine for the day on the steamer Colum
bia. And there are prospects of excur
sions from other points.
THE Ur EAT II ER.
Mionrra till.- afternoon or tonljchl;
Turmlny, fair and cooler.
Continued variu weather from the
Mlnnoarl valley to the Atlantic eon at I ;
attends the ur.icrn barometric de- rja Agent Ma er Iovi, being secretary
preMlou nlikh hm advanced to raMern nf t llis as of all other Committees of
south Dakota. Light, ncnttered hon-,ho club. The railroad situation local
era and thundrrxornm huve occurred injjy was informally discussed and a gen
the itocfer mountain region and at oe-jeral plan for the committee mapped
ranloDol atatlonM In the central valley.
Shonrra In tblx vicinity thin afternoon
or tonight will rcnult from the enntwnr-l
movement of the low prennure and will
be followed Tuenday by the fair antl
cooler condition accompanying a hlnh
prennure which la now central over
Waahlnftton and in rapidly overapread
InK the Kocky mountain ntaten.
J. -M. SIJEKIEK. Local Korecaater.
Temperature at 7 n. m., 71; at 3:30
p. m., S.". Minimum tempernture In SI
hour a, 7(; maximum. 12. Velocity of
wind at 8 a. in., 6 nillen.
Beal & Schmitt,
High class tailors,
Illinois theater buljding.
Insure with Beechcr Bros.
See Lage-Waters for shoes.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros,
Beecher Bros, for real estate.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Money to loan. See Beecher Bros.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
School books and school supplies of
all kinds at Trefz.
Smokers appreciate the quality value
of Lewis Single Binder cigar.
Charles Brenwet of Marion, Wis.,
and Miss May Nickell of this city,
Is It a Question In Your House,
When Company Comes,
As a Restful Davenport.
Just roll the back
And you've a perfect
China. Wcvvc r?, lrgc an-
s beautiful a chowing of Haviland as can bc fmnrl ir
he tri-citier;. Setn and odd .pieces that will appeal to
very lover of beautiful and choice chin:;.
A desirable store in which to purchase a Wcii.'ing (Vift
were given a license to marry by tie
county clerk of Sott county Saturday
Sponges for automobiles and buggies
at Rock sland Hardware company.
H. T. Slemon wants you tin and fur-
nace work. 152G-1528 Fourth avenue.
Cheapest line of fruit pressers in
town at Rock Island Hardware com
Old arithmetics and music readers
may be exchanged for new ones at
Some new designs is lock sets call
and see them at the Rock Island Hard
It's preserving time now. Get your
niaslin kettles at the Rock Island
Our children's hand cars are going
fast because they are the right price.
Rock Island Hardware company.
One pa;r of children's extension
roller skates, fits the whole family, 50
cents at tne Rock Island Hardware
The gnats are gone, you can paint
ycur house now wan lxjwe Jiro-.
pa'nt and get best results. See Rock
Island Hardware company.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
A Long View car collided with an
ice wagon on Twentieth street, between
Second and Third avenues .about 11
o'clock yesterday morning, the fender
of the car being considerably twisted
as a result. No other damage was
THE COMMITTEE ORGANIZES
F. C. Denkmann Heads Body Which
Will Look After Railroads.
The railroad committee of the Rock
Island club met at the club house to
day and after luncheon. F. C. "Denk
mann was chosen chairman, Commur
County Fair at Joslyn.
Rock Island day Sept. 13. Special
leaves Burlington depot at 9:30 a. m.
Round trip 75 cents.
C, M. . St P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseckers' tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday in each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota. North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers territory. For further infor
mation phone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
Avoid the rush and leave for Minne
apolis via the Rock Island In through
train Saturday or Sunday night at 9:20.
Low One Way Ratee.
From Aug. 27 until Oct. 31 the Rock
Island will sell one way tickets to Cal
ifornia points at rate of $31. Seattle,
Portland and Tacoma, $30. Spokane
"To Cure a Felon"
says Sam Kendall, of Phillipsburg,
Kan., "just cover it over with Buck
len's Arnica salve and the salve will
do the rest." Quickest cure for burns
boils, sores, scalds, wound", piles, ec
zema, salt rheum, chapped hands, sore
feet and sore eyes. Only 25c at Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store. Guaran
teed. "Where will
Settle the rjuestion ly buy
ing a 'Jviii'lel Somersault!'
Davenport-Bed." A boon t
flat dwellers a n'-essity ii
any well furnished bou??. A
a davenport it's a beaut ifu"
piece of furniture, easy t
keep clean, and exfrrr.ird;
comfortable to sit v lie on
As a bed it is fnn:trv. aw"
very restful with its eli."ii'
mattress, insuring a por'
We have the exclusive snlc
of this davenport-bed. and
will be pleased to expbiir
its manv strono; points to
you. We've a big slock of
davenport-bcs rind daven
ports that will intei;wtt auv
one particular about their
home furnishings. Priced
from $12.50 up.
AVhen down town stop .nr1
look at our di?nav of Fit"
FROM AN ASYLUM
Man Who Left Dunning Hospital
Last Week is Arrested
THOUGHT TO HAVE ESCAPED
Two Offenders Sent to County Jail by
Magistrate Elliott Others Let
Off With Fines.
Tom Heller, a man who last Wed
nesday left the insane hospital at Dim-
ning, was picked up by the police
Saturday night at the Rock Island de
pot. He was loafing in the depot, and
refused to leave when ordered out by
the agent. He says he was sent to
Dunning from Chicago, and that he
has been an inmate of that institution
and the asylum at Peoria. He seems
to be demented, and is thought to have
escaped from the institution. He was
sent down to the county jail by Magis
trate Elliott for 150 days on a charge
of disorderly conduct. The authorities
at the hospital will be notified.
Sam Patton, a Florida colored man,
who has been living in Moline recent
ly, was picked up Saturday night
about midnight in the neighborhood of
Ninth avenue and Twenty-third street.
He could give no satisfactory account
of liis actions, and was sent down for
20 days. He served a term in the
county jail some time ago for recelv-
ng stolen property.
Sn trnco In Imposed.
A sentence of M0 days in the county
jail was suspended last week on con
dition that John Doyle did not again
fall into the hands of the ixjlice. Doyle
was arretted again Saturday night,
and this morning Magistrate Elliott
imposed the 30-day sentence.
Dan Sullivan was sent down for five
days for disorderly conduct, and Octa
of DoValder of Moline, paid a tine of
$5 and costs for drunkenness.
When he learned yesterday that Mag
gie Murray hail been arrested by Offi
cer Page Saturday night for bring
drunk, John P. Sexton, Mayor McCask
rin's appointee as chief of police, went
to the station and instructed the police
to release the girl. A protest was rais
ed, and finally Mr. Sexton gave way,
and instead of insisting on the release
of the girl, went bail for her appear
ance at a hearing to be held this after
noon before Magistrate Elliott, accept
ing as security for himself some jew
elry. WILL ATTEND PRESBYTERY
Delegates From Local Churches at
Rock River Meeting at Princeton.
Ilev. Marion Humphreys and Joseph
Fox. . representing the session of Cen
tral Presbyterian church, leave this ev
ening and Rev. W. S. Marquis and
Fred Titterington of Broadway Presby
terian church leave tomorrow for
Princeton to attend the Rock river
presbytery which convenes in that city
tomorrow evening. Mr. Humphreys,
who is moderator, will preach the open
ing sermon. An evangelistic confer
ence preceding the presbytery proper
convenes this evening and extends
Chicago, Sept. lu. Following are the
market quotations today:
September, 6D'i. G9, f.91.
December. 71, 71, 71Vi. 71.
Maj. 75. 75. 7514. 75.
September. 4GVi, 46, 4C, 4C,'4.
December, 41', 4t, 41',, 413i.
May, 42. 4204. 42, 42'2. .
September. 30. :;0, d. SOti.
December, 30, 31, 302. 31.
May, 32'. 33'i. "li-. 32, 33.
September, , 10.70, 1G.70, 16.70.
January, 13.05, 13.05, 12.92, 12.92.
September, S.50. S.50, s.f0, S.50.
October. 8.55, 8.C0, S.55, S.7.
January, 7.77, 7.77, 7.G7, 7.G7.
September, S.52. S.GO, S.52. S.55.
October, 8.J55, 8.35. 8.25 , 8.32.
January, 7.02, 7.02, G.95, G.97.
Receipts today Wheat 76, corn 657,
oats 345. hogs 30,000, cattle 23,000,
Hog market opened strong to a shade
higher. Hogs left over 2,800. Light
6.15 6.60, mixod and butchers 5.90
G.55. good heavy 5.35G.40, rough
heavy 5.45$? 5.75.
Cattle market opened strong to 10c
Shesp market 10c higher.
Hogs at Omaha 3.000, cattle 9.000.
Hogs at Kansas City 6,000, cattle 10,
000. U. S. Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong, 5c to 10c higher. Light 6.20'S;
6.67, mixed and butchers 5.906.62,
good heavy 5.40G.50, rough heavy
Cattle marltet strong to 10c higher.
Beeves 3.85(7? 6.85, cows and heifers t.25
(g'4.30, stockers and feeders 2.25'3'4.25.
Sheep market strong to 10c higher.
Hog market closed steady. Light 6.25
6.61, rough heavy 5.405.80, mixed
and butchers 5.90 6.62, good heavy 5.40
Cattle market closed string.
Sheep market closed strong. '
New York otocka.
New York, Sept. 10. Gas 89, U. P.
pHE Cake Man is prepared
to make all kinds of cakes
to order for parties, birthdays,
receptions, etc. Orders must
be in twenty-four hours in advance.
The wonder of -the Age
The Hot Blast, Air Tight, Florence
stoves at prices that will make them
move fast. Watch the fuel bins. Don't waste. These
stoves compel you to save and at the same time furnish
This is the same stove which was demonstrated on the streets last
fall, and created such a sensation, and sold out our entire stock in
five weeks. A dollar payment will secure you one of these heaters, and
it can be delivered when you are ready.
TNGRAIN Carpets. Sultana and
Granites, fast colors, Brussels
designs, also solid reds, greens
and browns, 25c yd.
Ingrain Carpets, in high grade,
all wools, cotton chains and
unions, prices 73c to 32c yd.
Brussels Carpets, in reds and
greens, with or without borders,
Velvet and Axminster Carpets,
floral and Oriental patterns, also
solid reds and greens, with wide
art borders to match, prices
85c, 97c and $1.05 yd.
Rugs, splendid values
for little money
Brussels RugS, 9x12 ft.,
16.85 and 12.00.
Velvet Rugs, 9x12 feet,
22.00 and 19.75.
Axminster Rugs, 9x12
feet, 24.85 to 22.50.
Wilton Rugs, 9x12 feet,
34.00 to 25.00.
Floor O lcloth, all grades
and regular widths, prices 35c to
Linoleums, Imported and
domestic, inlaids. granites, print
ed and plain, prices $1.40 to
H2"s. IT. S. Steel preferred lOT1, U.
S. Steel common 4!, Heading
ltock Island preferred 65, Rock Is
land common 2S'i, O. & W. 51, South
ern Pacific 02, N. Y. Central 14.".. Mis
souri Pacific 9S, U & N. 1 Smelt
ers 152, C. F. I. r.SVi, Canadian Pa
cific 17714, Perina 14194, Erie 4S. C.
fc O. G, n. It. T. SI y2, D. & O. 120V&.
Atchison 110, Ixicomotive 72V4, Suar
i:?6-i, Republic Sleel preferred 103, Re
114-116 West Second Street, Davenport, Bowa
UVLl c3 v JLZck ISLANO.ILL
THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
A N absolute smoke consumer, burns
everything, soft coal, slack, hard
coal, coke, wet or dry wood, sawdust,
etc., leavesonly half as much ashes as
any other stove on the market.
No smoke, no soot, no dirt, no clink
ers, or half burned coal to be found in its
ash pan, it burns all the fuel and gases,
and will save the entire purchase price
the first season. It's the only perfect
floor heater ever made. Heats twice
the space that can be heated by any
other stove at half the price. It's a
wonder come and see it. We have on
display now a complele line of heating
Autumn Suits and Coats
rHE illustrations below depict three very attractive new creations, posse:
ingall the charm and grace of much higher priced productions.
All the new styles of
Children's Coats, in
cluding the very popu
lar gray Astrakhan in
Suits, as illustrated
above, made of the pop
ular shades of Broad
cloth and fancy mix
tures, effectively trim
med with fancy braid.
Clearing of Women's Tailored Suits at Half and Less
Formerly Priced up to $25.00.
Materials--Fjw37W5, broadcloth, voiles, and
mixtures, specially reduced to close
public Steel common 37'ji, Southern
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Inland, Sept. 10. Following are
the wholesale quotations In today's
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $8.50
Correct Styles for Fall and Winter
Early as it may seem, our stock of Cloaks, Suits and Skirts is as complete as
it will be any time this fall. AVe were never in such shape to serve you so
early in the season as now. Come and see whether the collection is not superb
tempting in every respect.
The Styles Are Right
We Give You Our Word on It.
"We're positive as never before that we have without question the best val
ues of the season in Women's Keady-to-Wear Garments. Come and see for
yourself at once tomorrow. Your own eyes are the best judge.
IT'S time now to think'about
new Fall Millinery. The
late styles we are now showing
are very interesting.
Our milliners have all re
turned from the market, and
are full of all the latest and
smartest ideas from the large
70MEN'S Hermsdorf fast
VV dye Hose, all black.
black with all white foot or
split sole, value 42c,
3 pairs for $1.00.
Boys' heavy ribbed school Hose, 25c values, these "
while they last, pair JLcC
About 20 dozen ladies' 50c lisle thread Hose, handsome lace
and embroidered styles, to move quick,
at, per pair OOC
ting Coat Suits, as il
lustrated, 24-in. length
ccat, popular pleated
skirt, fancy mixtures and
checks, also plain broad
to $4.00 per dozen; hens, er lh., Sc;
ducks, per lb., 10c; turkeys, per lb.,
13c; peese, per lb..Nllc.
Butter Hairy, l'Jc.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 40c.
Eggs Fresh, 17VaC
Cat tit; Steers, J.".O0 to $4.75; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $1.50; calves, $4.50
Jenness Miller Shoes
jpOR women. There are none su
perior, elegance, style, perfect fit
and comfort; a combination not excelled;
In welts and turns, per pair, $3.50.
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--rr j-j -
3f LA .-f.".;
"ANY styles and grades,
with prices to make them
Cotton Warp Japanese Mat
tings in floral patterns. Solid
colors in browns, reds and greens,
Mosaics, inlaids, etc.. prices 1 Oc
to 50c per yd.
In order to reduce our matting
stock at once, we place on sale
1000 yds. fine cotton warp Jap
anese mattings, in carpet pat
terns, reds, greens and blues, at
Give It a Little Oil
engineer on a locomotive oils
his enpine a number of timto a
day, ar.d the enpin; "rrr.ts" half of
every day. Your watch rm;; day
and night continuous'y, tut when di.l
you have it oiled? Are the delicate
pivcta grinding away on dry jc-fb,
to their destruction? Are ror-"-i
watches so cheap that you can aifoi i
to have yours loe all itj f.ood t:me
kcrping virtues by continued tif;lect?
Brinp your watch to cur experts be
fore the injury ffces further. There
may be excuse for its poor perform
ance cf late. We will examine it and
congratulate you if it needs no atten
tion, and if it does, you will pay no
more than is necersary to restore it
to perfect condition. Remember, The
McCabe guarantee back of every re
pair that leaves our department.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3 to $6;
lambs. $1.00 to $C.r,.t.
Hogs Mixed, $5.75 to $0.25.
Feed and Fuel.
drain --Corn, 52c; oats, 30 to 31c.
Forage Timothy hay, $12 to $13;
prairie, $10 to $12; clover, mixed, $12
10 $13; Ktraw, $1, to $7.
Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slack, per
bushel, 10c to 12c.
Wood Hard, per load $5 to $5.60.