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THE ARGUS,. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1000.
We Take Pleasure in Publishing These Ads
Which are Entered in the M. K.
Ad Writing Contest.
TIE BIG WHITE STORE IS
THE BEST PLAGE TO
BUY FALL CLOTHES .
Remains of Robert Earl, Who
Drowned in Boat Yard,
INQUEST AT THE HOME
Verdict of Accidental Drowning as
Cause cf Death is Returned Fu
neral Tomorrow Morning.
The body of Robert Karl, the boy
whose accidental drowning in the Wey
erhaeuser & Denkiuann boat yard was
mentioned in The Argus last evening,
was recovered lat yesterday afternoon!
by Charles Weaver. The remains were
removed to ' the home, 1205 Second
fctr-ei; where Coroner L- V. Eckhart
held an inquest at once. The jury re
turned a verdict of accidental drown-1
In? after hearing tko testimony of the
boys who were with the Earl boy yes
terday morning, and members of the
Usui Her KiallloKh
The boy, with hi two cousins.
C'herl-ts and Will Jacobs, were fishing
from a pier which extends cut about 23
feet from the bank. Young Earl, who
was seated on a largo shingle block,
lost his balance and was precipitated
into the water. Before aid could bi
summoned, the boy was lost. The body
was recoff red near the pier. The boy
was 14 year of age. and leaves two
brothers, w. si.ster, and a half-brother.
besideK his parents. The funeral will
be held tomorrow morning at 1 o'clock
fioni the home. Burial takes place at
UIT8, Topcoats, Raincoats, Hats, Underwear, Shoes, Hosiery, Neckwear
in fact, anything 3rou wish to wear from crown to solo -now ready
at the lYig "White Store. We are out for a new record this season.
To make it we are boosting values and knocking prices they were low
prices before, but we've humbled them still more. The result can't help but
be a bigger business than ever before. '
The M. & K. suit display is a convincing
proof that no store equals these splendid
values. There's a reason Smaller Profits
and Larger Sales.
Siits $18. $20. $22. $25. $28. $50 and Up.
Fall Conts $15 to $25.
Including the swell form-tracing1 topcoats so popular with
all the really keen dressers.
Boys Suits, Topcoats and Toggery R.eady.
Everything the dressy youngster desires the dictates of fashion for boys
are best seen here in the M. & K. Children's Department. We are exclusive
agents for the Buster Brown, Buddy Tucker and Peter Pan Novelty Suits.
Don't fail to see them.
Tin: what nun.
THE BIG WHITE
;t-irall fair (oiiIkIK nnd atMrtlny;
not much rhaaftr la trniprrat urr.
Yeate rtaN prnlfru ul ntoderatnljr low
prrarr ir thin inorainK ovrr nouth
""ln Minnesota nnl the rna.t of Mna
narhnrtt. Thru !prrafilona hnvr
aiirl hnnrry -onl."t ln front the
Mlmtonrl vnllcy to err Hnujnntl and a
continuation of the nnrn.unnhly hljth
irraprrnlarr from the Mlniinpl val
ley to the Altantio eonnt. honera anil
4 hnntlrrxtorms hae bImo aaraln rnrrwl
from Trim to South t'arollna. It re
mninn fair and im. over the Ho-k-
uioantain rrgluu. The low nreaaure
"f "M laao.i.ia will move In a north
mutrrtr direction and Kanerally fair
weather will prevail in thin vicinity to
nic hi and Saturday. a Important
cbanKe In temperature la expected.
J. .11. I1KKIKM, Local Kovecaatwr.
WHY ARE WE BOYS TO THE M. &
K. LIKE BRYAN TO THE DEMO
i Because we always come back!
We know from experience that the
M. & K. gives us the best clothes for
the least money. You don't have to be
afraid to shin up a tree when you so
nutting if you have an M. &. K. suit on.
When I wore my new suit to school
all the boys said, "Gee. kid, where
did you get the swell suit?" I said,
"At the M. & K., of course." Now
when I wear a new suit they always
say, "Got that suit at the M. & K.
My advice is: Go to the M. & K.
if you want to feel well dressed.
EVERYBODY GOES TO THE M. &. K.
Papa gets his clothes thoVe, so does
brother Joe. Little sister gets her
caps there, she says they are
Uncle Jim buys his shoes and rub
bers there, he says they never wear
I like to go to M. & K. They have
the finest suits. They fit me like a
top. Everybody should go to the M.
& K. They have the finest caps, ties,
and shirts. Everybody knows the M.
& K. Even my grandma.
Oh, M. & K.! Oh, M. & K.!
You have a very great display
Of boys' clothes, so good, so fine, so
For Sunday and for every day.
My mother says, "You've torn your
Why can't ynt behave with elegance?"
And then she often hears in- say,
"You bought them not of M. &. II."
Temperature at 7 n. in- T; at 8:.'tO
p. Ml-. SO. Mtnimni temperntur--fa If
hnr Mi mmiiiiniii, SI. aJoelf' of
wind at S a. m., 3 milea.
CI TV. CHAT.
Beal & Schmitt,
High class tailors,
Illinois theatre building.
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Buy boys' suits at LaVelle's.
Monty to loan. Reidy Bros.
Bcher Bros, for real estate.
Dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
Tri City Towel Supply company.
Money to loan. See Beecher Bros.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's
For bus or express, Spencer & Trcfz.
Oysters and celery at II. Tremann's
Hat headquarters. Ullemeyer &
Fresh dressed spring chickens at the
II. Ac H. market.
Dresd spring and old chickens at
II. Tremann's Sons'.
If you are in the market for new
suit, we advise an early selection. Our
Rock (slant, III.
CAN YOU SEE?
Glares are prescribed for the
relief of eye strain and head
aches, but the one great purpose
of spectacles and eyeglasses is
to improve vi:on.
The human eye is one of the
greatest works of creation the
most marvelous and delicately
adjusted henee the need of
thoroughly competent opticians.
We offer you thorough, accu
rate, ami careful service and our
prices are always reasonable.
May wo make a test for you
fall line is complete in all the newest
fabric and shades. Ullemeyer & Ster
Rubber shoe heels. 10 cent" ir pair
Saturday at McCabe's.
Soft and stiff hats, autumn shapes
$1.50 to $4.00 at LaVelle's.
Smokers have to call for Lewis' Sin-
g'e Biuder cigar to get it.
P"reh oysters, celery and cranber
ries at the II. & H. market.
Plenty of spring and old chickens ut
Gilmore's packing house market.
Smartly tailored school suits for
boy. $2.50 to $10.00 at LaVelle's.
Headquarters for fresh fruits and
fresh vegetable;. Harris & Hess.
"Open house" to how you good
clothing at popular prices. LaVelle.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and-fur-
nace work. 152G-152S Fourth avenue.
Those linen finish suitings. 12',
cent per yard Saturday at McCabe's
lemonstrfttion at the li. & ll. mar
ket tomorrow. National Biscuit com
Mill lengths 9 cent Shaker flannels,
da cents per yard, Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. Before you buy a fall suit, see the
Stein-Blocn company styles at La
Velle's. Any suit bought at our store will be
pressed and kept in shape free. Gus
tafson & Hayes.
We invite you to see the smart
styles in the U. & S. fall suits. Ulle
meyer & Sterling,
All clothing bought at our store will
be pressed and kept in shape free.
Gustafkon & Halves.
Twenty-fivo houses for sale on the
installment plan. Prices ranging from
$1,050 to $4,000. Reidy Bros.
Six pint blue granite preserving ket
tles, 8 cents, one to a customer, S
cents, Saturday at McCabe'x.
Remember the G cent hand back on
every pair of children's Rawhide stock
ings all day Saturday at McCabe's.
Miss E. Leona Re Pine has opened
a vocal studio at 2225 fourth avenue.
Hours from 2 to 5 on Monday's and
The Tri-City Iibor congress met in
regular session last evtning at the In
dustrial home building, and transacted
The Watershed fall overcoat are
selling fast. Look t the celebrated
U. & S. coats, $12.50 to $25.00. Ulle
meyer & Sterling.
Fresh dressed spring chickens, 111?
cents per pound; last year's chickens
12 V2 cents per pound, and ducks 15
cen per pound at Bchroeder's.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Mrs. George C. BUkslee, S02 Twenty-
third street, will resume her class in
water color Sept. 22. Commissions
also accepted for dinner cards, souven
irs, and work in oil and pastel. Tele
A. G. Oldham of Andalusia is just
completing the harrest of a big crop of
peaches which he has been engaged in
hauling to market for the past two
weeks. He estimates bis total yield
this year at 350 bushels.
W. E. Rodriguez one of the socialist
speakers touring , the state under the
state committee, will speak on Market
square in, this city Sunday evening,
and again .Tuesday eyening. He
speaks at Milan Monday evening.
Notices were posted today for the
public letting of the contract for a
100 foot span bridge over Copper
j creek in Drury township. The bids
will bo received at the office of the
county clerk and the town clerk up to
Oct. 1. Both clerks have copies of the
plans and specifications.
C. H. Seidel, the grocer, has made
arrangements with Vimnicr & Vimmer
of Dubuque, Iowa, for the sale of their
celebrated sausages. Their products
have a wide reputation and are made
under the most cleanly and sanitary
condition. Tho many patrons of the
Dubuque firm in the tri-citie will be
glad to hear that they can now obtain
this celebrated sausage fresh every
Saturday at Seidel's grocery, HOU
WINS IfJ W. C. T. U.
Aisley Wimmer, Cordova, First In
Event at Port Byron Conven-
tion Ends Today.
In the contest of the county W. C. T.
U. last evening at Port Byron, in con
nection with the annual county conven
tion, Aisley Wimmer of Cordova won
first place and Lylo Watters of Moline,
second. The session of the convention
if Your Liver or Stcmach Does
Not Work Get Another
NEW SURGICAL TRIUMPH
German Professor Reports Success in
Transplantation of Organs cf
- -v. t -e-
24th Street, 3d Avenue
Stuttgart, Sept. 21. Professor Carre
of Breslau gave yesterday to the con
grp of natural investigation and med
icine, now in session here, the re-sult of
his experiments in transplanting the
blood vessels and organs from one body
to another, and described a case of a
4-year-old boy, suffering from cretin
ism, who had portions of his mother's
thryroid gland transplanted to his
spleen. The child, after nine month.
is developing normally and can walk
l-"riii l)-nl I.I lnj(.
Carre narrated successful experi
ments in the transplantation of blood
vessels from one living animal to an
other. He alo transplanted blood ves
sels from animals that had been dead
or an hour and a half to live animals.
Tho professor declared, while it was
impossible to transplant large blood
vessels from living human beings, that
blood vessels could be taken from
freshly amputated limbs and trans
planted to cases where large tumors
hal been removed or where otherwise
the tieing up of large blood vessels re
sulted fatally for parts of the body fed
He described also the transplanting
of kidneys from one animal to another,
the replanted organ performing its
owned by an. individual or a corpora
tion and whether the interest is held in
the form of a draft, check or money,
according to a decision just reached by
the United States supreme court in a
local case involving the interest of $1,
000,000 worth of bonds.
ARE BEING RAZED
Force of Men is Put to Work to Re
move Rock Island's Offices There
and Complete Abandonment.
A force of men has been put to work
by the Rock Island to demolish at Nat
ickallof the company's buildings there
with the exception of the Y. M. C. A.
building. The removal of the build
ings will complete the abandonment of
the place by the railway as a center of
PASSES TO REST
Was Well Known Citizen of South Rook
Island and Pioneer of the Community.
A SUCCESSFUL FIRM
Beal & Schmitt. tailors, in tho Illi
nois tneter ouiunng are wunoui
ioubt doins the business of the city in
iheir line today. Strictly tailor-made
clothes at reasonable prices and a
guarantee of satisfaction in every re
bpect has enablefl them to build up a
successful and permanent business.
Thy are better prepared this season
than ever to fit out the most discrim
inating buyers. Call and see their
largo display of woolens.
BEAL & SCHMITT.
Illinois Theater Building.
Adam Maucker, an old and respect
ed citizen of South Rock Island, died
at the homo of his daughter, Mrs.
Francis Bladel in South Rock Island
this afternoon at 1:35 from the infirm
ities of old age. He was born at Har
risburg, Pa., Jan. 14, 1831, and moved
to Ohio several years later. He was
united in marriage to Miss Mary
Shussling. He came to Rock Island
in 1S5C. In 1802 he enlisted in the
102d Illinois volunteer infantry and
served during the remainder of the re
bellion. He is survived by four sons
and a daughter, James, Frank, Wil
liam C, Edward, and Mrs. Francis Bla
del. As a man. Mr. Maucker was a
firm friend and possessed a strong per
sonality. His many friends in this
city will hear with regret the an
nouncement of his death. The funeral
will be held from St. Joseph's church
CAN TAX INTEREST ON BONDS
Federal Suprems Court Decide Gov
ernment Paper Not Exempt. .
San Francisco, Sept. 21. late rest
upon United States government bonds
is taxable, whether these bonds are
Chicago, Sept. 21. Following are the
market quotations teday:
September, 72 ?4, 73 V. -it. 72
December, 75Vs, 75, 71, 74.
May, 79 79, 7S. 7S?i.
September, 49, 40:8. 48. 48.
December, 43. 43!4. 42, 43.
May, 43?, 43. 43. 43.
September, v4, 31. 33'2, 33.
December, 34, 34, 33, 33.
May, 35, 33V, 34?i, 34.
September, lC.7g, 1G.73, 16.G0. lfi.00.
January, 15.10, 13.13, 13.07, 13.12.
September. 8.S7, 8.90, 8.87, S.S7.
October, S.S3, 8.87, 8.82, 8.85.
January, 7.77, 7.77, 7.75, 7.77.
September. 8.75, 8.92, 8.75, 8.92.
October, 8.47, 8.57, 8.47, S.57.
January, 7.02, 7.05, 7.02, 7.05.
Receipts today Wheat C2, corn 2C4,
oats 204, hogs 10,000, cattle 4,500, sheep
Estimated receipts Saturday Wheat
75, corn 423, oats 3G9.
. Hog -market opened strong to 5c
higher. Hogs left over 4,000. Light
C,20(gt.67, mixed and butchers 5.95
(i.G5, good heavy 5.55?gG.55, rough heavy
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened strong.
jHogs at Omaha 5,000, cattle 2,000.
Hogs at Kansas City 4,000, cattle 3,000.
, TJ. S. ,Yards,.S: 40 a. m. Hog market
steady at an earjy advance. Light 6.23
36.G7. mixed, and butchers 5.95g:6.Co,
good heavy 5.55 (?? 6.55, rough heavy 5.G0
(35.90. ... .
Cattle market steady. Beeves 3.90 Jt)
6.90. cows, and heifers 1.30i40, stock
ersL.and feeders. 2-40 4.60.
Sheep, market, strong,-1( . ....
Hog market closed strong. Light 6.20
6.G7, mixed and butchers 5.95 6.63,
Naturally, you will try and gat it as reasonable as pos
sible. The reliability and soundness cf the concern you
intend obtaining it from should, however, influence you
still more in making your selection. Unless you do busi
ness with a reputable company you are quite liksly to re
gret a transaction of this kind.
If you wish to deal where you can feel perfectly safe
where you know your business will be held in absolute
secrecy where you will be extended all privileges consist
ent with good business methods, and where you know the
rate you are paying is rijht, then we btlieve it will be to
your advantage to come here for your money. We loan
money on personal property without removal.
Fidelity Loan Co.,
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 33. ROCK ISLAND, ILU
Office hours 8 a.m. to 6. p. m. and Saturday evening. Telephone
West 614. New Telephone 6011
Stands for Good Tone,
Some pianos will please you in one way and some will please you iu an
other, but there are very few that will please you in every way. The gener
al satisfaction you will have, if Kimball is on the name lnard of . your
piano, is the best and greatFt reason why you should purchase a Kimball.
KIMBALlT T'lANOS GROW SWEETER
by use. Many pianos become harsh in tone and unpleasant to the ear after
a few years' use. Ttie strings on the Kimball piano have no connection
with the iron frame as In 'other pianos: you get nothing but the free vibra
tion of the strings and sounding board, just like a violin, and AtiK ONLY
MKLLOWS THC TOXK and makes it more pleasant to the ear.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES NOW ARRIVING
for the fall trade. Won't you drop in at our store any day and let us how
you the new styles of Kimball pianos now arriving at our store and ex
plain more fully and'in person why the Kimball is the best piano for you
SOHMER. HALLETT & DAVIS,
and H. P. NELSON PIANOS fit
Opposite Illinois Theater,
good heavy 5.80(36.53, rough heavy
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York otocks.
New York. Sept. 21 U. P. 187. U.
S. Steel preferred 1064, U. S. Steel
common 4314, Reading lSl'i, Rock Is
land common 27'4, Southern Pacific
PC?, X. Y. Central 14S, Missouri Pa
cific 97. I & Xr. 150, Smelters
133?;, C. F. I. 5G, Canadian Pacific
177. Illinois Central 175, Penna 142,
Erie 47, C. & O. 64, B. R. T. 79. B.
& O. 124, Atchison 107, locomotive
75i , Sugar 13C4. St. Paul 178 . Cop
per 114?i, Republic Steel preferred
99'i. Republic Steel common 38,
Southern Ry. 37.
i GIFT TO STERLING SCHOOLS
Citizen Leaves $20,000 for Maintenance
of Manual Training.
Sterling. 111., Sept. 21. In the will of
the late Dr. Ixjt S. Pennington he has
bequeathed to the board of education
of this city the residuary estate, esti
mated at from $10,oo0 to $20,000. the
income of which Is to be used In the
maintenance of a manual training
school. It Is probable that the Institu
tion will be established In connection
with the township high school. Dr.
Pennington also gave his large library
to the pulrtic lt)rary of the city and
bequeathed large sums to the i C. T.
IT. of Sterling and to the Sterling Cem
When you have a cold it Is well to
be very careful about using anything
that will cause constipation. Be par
ticularly careful about preparations
containing opiates. Use Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar, whieh stops
the cough and move3 the bowels. Soil
by all druggists.
As a dressing for sores, bruises and
burns, Chamberlain'8 Salve is all that
can be desired. It is soothing and heal
ing in its effect. It allays the pain of
a burn almost instantly. This tsalvo Is
a certain cure for chapped bauds and
dlseases of tho akin. Price, 25. cent3.
For sale by all leading drusKlsU...