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THE ARGUS, TUESDAT, OCTOBER 10. 11)00.
Work of Organization of League
of Young People's Societies
AT THE MASS MEETING
Gathering at Memorial Christian
Church Results in Plans for
The work of organization of the
union of tri-city younz peoples' socie
ties of the t-hurcbes was commenced at
a muss meeting last evening at ih-i
Memorial Christian church, when O
H. Ixmary of Davenport. I). A. John
son of Moline. E. D. Fisher of Sears.
and Dr. J. H. Nichols of Kock Islam!
were ai)iointel a committee to draw
up a constitution an.! by-laws and
name the next place of nutting. Itev.
O. . Lawrence of Kock Island, chair
man, and Revs. M. K. Sawyers of Dav
enport and II. F. .Manin f Moline.
were appointed to nominate otlieers
for the organization.
Rev. C. A. Moore of Davenport wa
chairman of the meeting and (I. C.
Fllakslee was temporary secretary. The
secretary called the roll of all the
young peoples' societies of the t ri
cities ami a representative from each
was heard on the matter of organiza
tion. With one or two exceptions a!!
were in favor of forming some organ
ization. rru by lr. Itrrtl.
After a short song service conducted
by Kev. Marion Humphreys, pastor of
the Central Presbyterian cUirch. Dr.
II. W. Reed of the First P.aprist church
gave a very interesting address en
"The Cnplanted Ear of Corn." Dr.
Reed emphasized in his rt marks the
result of utilizing every k me! in the
ear of corn and applied this theory o
an organization of young people show
ing what could be accomplished if
each member worked. He gave so:m
very interesting data showing the re
sult obtained if every kernel of corn
from one ear and from Us growth wen
planted for a number of years.
sippi will continue from below Du
buque to Muscatine. " .
tage. Hght. Chge. fall.
St. Paul 11 5.5 0.1 0
Red Wins - --" 14 2.9 ((.2 ('
Reeds Landing ..12 0
La Crosse 12 5.0 0.() 0
Prairie du Chien .18 5.G 0.2 0
Dubuque IS 5.7 O.S' 0
Le Claire 10 ;:.7 o.l 0
Rock Island 15 4.S 0.2 0.
D. Moines Rapids 8 2.5 0.0
Keokuk 15 4.4 0.1 . T
St. Louis "0 7.9 o.l T
Memphis H:5 15.7 1.0 .01
New Orleans Hi S.7 0.2 0
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Rev. W. S. Marquis. Who is Moderator,
and Miss Fanny Cleland. Repre
sent Broadway Church.
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor of the
Ihuadway Presbyterian, church and
moderator of the Illinois synod depart
ed last evening for East Si. Louis to
attend the annual session of that body.
Mi.-s Fannie E. Cleland. n presenting
the Bioadway Missionary socii ty will J
also attend the Woman's Synodical So-;
ciety for Foreign Missions in cornice-1
lion with the mteting of the synod.'
The meeting opens this evtning at j
7:':i wiili the annual sermon of the:
moderator which will be delivered by j
Dr. Marquis. Dr. Marquis is also a I
member of the board of missions and;
will read, a report Wednesday after- j
noon. Miss Cleland. the secretary fori
young pfople win present ncr tepori
Wednesday morning. Miss Cleland
will also read a paper Thursday morn
ing on the year's record of th
man's Home Missionary society.
5xdy which was found Sunday jn the hall. Twenty-eighth
tinue lo days,
MAY BE A MUSCATINE MAN
Body Found Below Andalusia Possibly
That of Frank L. Daniels.
While nothing l as dt-v loped to sin 1
anv further light n the identity of the
on an island below Andalusia, the ef
forts of Mrs. A. M. Prow of Muscatine
to find a brother. Frank L. Daniels, who
went to Moline last spring and has not
been heard from since, has led to some
speculation as to whether the body was
not that of the missing man. It was
feared that Daniels might have taken
bis own life, and relatives have during
the season closely scrutinized the sev
eral bodies that have been taken out
of the river in the vicinity, apprehend
ing that each might be that of their
FOR A HUMANE SOCIETY
Meeting at City Council Chamber This '
Evening for Purpose.
A meeting will be held at the coun
cil chamber at the city ball tlr.s even
ing for the purpose of forming a hu
mane society of which Rock Island
has been in need for some? years.
About a hundred names have been at
tached to a petition asking for the or
ganization of such a body.
SUITS and OVER
OF BETTER.. QU
And wider range, of more attractive style, and with more
Snap and Ginger. No matter what your desire or prefer
ence may be as to Style, Material or Price, you will be
able to be better pleased than you have ever been before
by selecting your Fall and Winter Suit and Overcoat here,
as we are showing more high grade Suits and Overcoats
than any one clothing store in the Tri-Cities, and as seeing
is believing, we ask you to come and see.
All clothing bought at our store will bo pressed and kept
in shape Free.
A stem-wind, stem-set watch free with every Boy's Knee
Pants Siit or Overcoat worth from $4 vip.
Store open Wednesday and Saturday nights.
The Helen Blair wa up from Mus
catine, The Leveria and Ruth were
flown and the North S;ar, Zalus Davis
and Ruth went north.
The stage of water was 4 u at fi a.
ni.. and 4.S5 ar noon..
Next Sunday the Helen Itlair will
make its last Sunday trip to Muscatine
for this season. After that day the
boat will lay over here from Sunday
mornings till Monday evenings, making
the three round trips weekly on the
same schedule as it has followed all
stages in the?
Sacred Heart Fair.
The ninth annual fair in aid of the
Sacred Heart church opens this evening
avenue, and will con
Tile hall is most iaste
and the booths wi'.l be
presided over by a bevy of young la
dies all intent upon making sales. The
Uleuer-Hemeti way orchestra will dis
course sweet strains of music cacti ev
ening. Thursday afternoon there will be a
card party, held from 1' till ;". to which
all friends of the parish are invited.
The tables are filled with the choic
est specimens of needlework. All
friends are invited to attend the fair
and enjoy the program each evening.
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Advertised List No. 42.
Following is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in the Rock Island
postoffieo for week ending Oct. 1.1.
lyuf,: Charles K. Atkinson. .1. D. Angel.
Louis Drown. K. G. Collins. Jessie
Clark. .1. D. Campbell. Andrew Clark.
E. M. Driggs, Dr. N. C. Famil. Emil
FernbIom. F. F. Freeland. Mrs. A.
F. - Frode. .1. S. Griff en. .lames
Glass C. C. Hanson. Mrs. N. II.
Johnson. Willie Kyle. Tom Martin.
Earl Madison. I. G. Miller. .lames A.
Miller. Gus Miller. Hattie Moore. Mrs.
Mary McKenna. Mrs. Rody McRoberts,
Miss Clara Mertz. P. V. Martin. L F.
Newton. Mrs. Mary O'.son. George
tl'Hara. Mrs. Delia Ritchnrt. Mrs. F.
Renant. W. C. Runown. William Sea-
brooke. .'. C. Stutz. Jolui White. For
eign, II. W. Nesbiit.
HFG 1 1 A. J. M DONALD, P. M.
A Badly Burned Girl
Or boy, or woman. i.j quickly out of
pain, if Itucklen's Arnica salve is ap
plied promptly. G. J. Welch, of Tekon
sha. Mich., says: "I use it in my fam
ily for cuts, sores and all skin injuries,
and find it perfect." Quickest pile cure
known. Pest healing salve made. 25c
at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
If an article is imitated, the original
is always best. Think it over, and
when you go to buy that box of salve
to keep around the house, get DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It is the original
and the name is stamped on every box.
Good for eczema, tetter, boil:;, cuts and
bruises, and especially recommended
for piles. Sold by all druggists.
news all the time
Labor Bay at
Wednesday is Labor Day at this store. This is to remind
you that all day and during the evening we will sell all
work clothes, Overalls, Jackets, Shirts, Aprons, etc., at
sharp reductions, giving the men who work an opportunity
to buy these necessities on an economical basis.
This will also be a splendid time for you to look over
over our superb lines of fine Fall Clothes, while the sizes
are unbroken and the assortment is complete. You will
notice one decidedly prominent feature of our display--the
extremely moderate pricings. In spite of the universal ad
vance in the price of woolen fabrics, our figures have not
been raised. Comparing our prices with those that prevail
in this immediate vicinity, you will find,
We Are Selling
$25 Suit and Overcoai Values $22
$22, $20 Values $18; $18 Values $15
BEST IS TO COME
Editor of the Interior to Speak at
Broadway Young People's
TO BE HELD OCTOBER 28
Celebration of Passing of 24th Year
Begins With Annual Banquet of
Association Oct. 26.
M. K. the Big
Don't Forget tho
The members of the Young ' People'.;
association of the Hroadway Presbyter
ian church are preparing for the cele
bration of the 24th anniversary of its
organization, which is to be held Sun
day, Oct. 2.S. Nolan P. Dest of Chicago,
editor of the Interior and one of the
most prominent speakers in the church,
will make the principal address. Elab
orate preparations are being made and
the church will be appropriately dee
orated for the occasion. George C.
Dlakslee, the president of the Young
People's association, has anuoui.ced
that, though some difficulty was exper
ienced in making arrangements. .Mr.
Best has been secured. His appear
anee here will attract considerable at
tention, as he is an orator of ability.
-i ill ISllliqiM-t Of-t.
The association will hold its annual
banquet Friday evening, Oct. 2, in the
Sunday school room of the church. An
excellent program has been prepared,
the lxrolei quartet having been secur
ed for several numbers. An orches
tra has also been engaged for the even
U. .". ft. I".
eats oil, hogs
Hog market opened weak to
er. Hogs left over 4.4uu. Light
;.72. good heavy
butchers ().27tfj .
-Wheat 1 1 I . corn :'.S7.
lS.outi, cattle is, 'Mid,
;.!."';. 77. mixed and
rr, rough heavy ('.' It
opened weak to 10c
it Omaha ...O'lO. cattle 7.oo.
Kansas City lo.ooo, cattle 2,
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.50; calves, $4.5C
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3 to $6;
lambs, $4.00 to $G.50.
Hogs Mixed. $.-...".) to $i;.2o.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Cori, 4S to o0e; oats, CO to
Wood Hard, per load f " to $5.50.
Forage Timothy hay. $1:5 to $11;
prairie, $10 to $1.!; clover, mixed, $12
to $13; straw. $C to $7.
Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slack, per
bushel, 10c to 12e.
First Registration Day.
Today was the first day of registra
tion for the November election, and
the names in the old poll books were
transferred to the new books. The
last day of registration is Tuesday,
Oct. ::o, and at. that time those who
have not done so should attend to their
Chicago, Oct. 10. Following arc
market quotations today
December. 7-Wn, 74,, 73 -"ft.
May, 7S. 7S, 7S'.',. 78 Vj.
Inly, 7S. 7S, 77, 77
Corn; December. 42, 42. 42', 42J,.
May, 43 Vi. 431,. 43. 43.
July, 4S, 43. 432, 45.
December, 33, 33. 53 Vi. 33!.
May, 34, 34, 34, 34.
I. S. Yards. S:40 a. m. Hog market
weak lo 5c lower. Light ;.3."Tj t.7o.
good heavy t;.oof !.75, mixed and
butchers (.2."j (5.37, rough heavy tl.O't
Cattle market weak to Uo lower.
Sheep market weak.
Hog market closed weak to K)e low
er. Light ;.2t!jr ;.;!. good heavy COOtf
!.7... mixed and butchers .2if K.l'K
rough heavy il.oofj ;.2r,.
Cattle market closed weak to 10e
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. 1C. Gas !, V. P.
1SS, ! s. Steel preferred 107 ?4, t'. S.;
Steel common 4!J. Reading 152.
Rcxk Island common 2s, Southern
Pacific 0r. N. Y. Central 13:;. Mis
souri Pacific 07, Smelters l;03i. C. P.
I. 5Mh Canadian Pacific l.Su4, Illinois
Central 174, Penna lll:li. Krie 47.
C. O. IJI'i, H. & O. 123. Atchison
common l33i, l-oeomotive 77x, Sugar
S!. Paul 17C. Copper 116, Re
public Stod preferred !s. Republic
Steel common .'.7-7i. Southern Ry. 35.
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours.
T. J. niackmore. of Haller & Hlack
more, Pittsburg. I'a., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Myo
tic Cure. It got me out of the house in
21 hours. I took to my bed with rheu
matism nine months ago and the Mystic
Cure is the only medicine that did me
any good. I had five of the best physi
cians in the city, but I received very
little help from them. I know the Mys
tic Cure to be what it is represented
and take pleasure in recommending: it
to other poor sufferers." Sold by Otto
Grotjan. 1501 Second avenue, Rock Is
land; Gust Sehlegel & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Can you win? You realize that to
win in anything these days-, requires
strength with mind and body in tune.
A man or woman with disordered di
gestive organs is not in shape for a
day's work or a day's play. How can
they expect to win? Kodol for Dyspep
sia contains the digestive juices of a
h?3lthy stomach and will put your
stomach in shape to perform Its im
portant function of supplying the body
and brain with strength building blood.
Digests what you cat, lelieves indiges
tion, dyspeprin. sour stomach, palpita
tion of the heart and' constipation.
Sold by all druggists.
DROWNED IN POND
Anthony Dummy, Aged Rftstdent
of Mercer County, Kills
Self at Gifchrist.
JUMPED INTO POOL AT MINE
Coroner's Jury Decided Deed Had Been
Indjced by Mental Aberration.
AnMiony De.rney. an aged re.-ideut f
Gihhiist. committed s-uicide by drown
ing himself in the lmpi:e Coal com
pany's pond on the outskirts of Gil
cbiist Saturday afternoon. At the cor
oner's inquest a verdict of stticidu clii'j
to :r. nial aberration was rendered. Mr.
Durney was last seen alive Saturday
morning about 1o o'clock. Late in the
afternoon Andrew Newton was walking
along the lower end of the pond and
discovered a coat ami hat lving on the
bank, and also saw an object in t Im
water, which he thought was a dead
Returning to Gilchrist, he secured,
aid. and the body of Mr. Dnrny was
recovered. The interment was made la
the Pro; o.st ant c-t mote ry at. Viola yes
No other remedy on earth i so good
for eliildien as Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea; makes them cut. sleep and
grow. Ibluht eyes, rosy cheeks. Tea
or tablets, 35 cents. T. II. Thomas'
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Llvo
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Oct. .1C Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
market: ; -'
. ProvislWfS and Produce.
Lire Poultry Spring chickens, J3 50
to $4.00. per dozen; hens, per lb., 8c;
ducks, per lb., 10c; turkeys, per lb.,
13c; geese, per lb, 11c.
Butter Dairy, 20 to 21c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 50c.
, Kggs Fresh, 21c. .
Live Stock. . .
Cattle Steers, $3.50 to $5.50; cows
bince May, l'.Ub, Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been
entirely free from alcohol. If you are in poor
hcalrh, weak, pale, nervous, ask your doctor
about taking this non-alcoholic tonic and altera
tive. If he has a better medicine, take his.
Get the best, alr.-ays. This is our advice
Vb hT no secret t Wo publiHH
t hifirmu)tn of m1 o-.it nrpArtlotJ.
j. c. at
Be Prepared for Emergencies
A I way Krp a UuHIe of ululirln la h Home.
Safest and Most Effective Cure for PAINS OF ALL KINDS, INFLAMMA
TIONS, SPRAINS, BURNS, HEMORRHOIDS, CHILBLAIN3, Etc.
Relieves Instantly and Cures Rapidly.
SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES.