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THE AlTGTJS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2',, 1900.
USES HIS OFFICE
Ed Kittilsen as Chief of Police of
Moline Aids Himself in
Race for Sheriff.
Willi.im Dick of This City Arrested for
Following Pljn of T.icking
Notices on Poles.
Thar I-'il Kittilx-n does not hesitate
to list- his official position a.- police
chief in Moline io boost Ms candidacy
for sheriff was .-lnr.vii conclusively
yesterday afternoon by an experience
ih. it i I i:t in iP.aniitt Diek had in
that city. Hick i tit io Moline to post
i)!aanis :innoir.ci:::r speaking dates in
l-n ided Kit t ilcii should be charged
with a similar offense and also submit
Tin- iirouositiou was evidently no!
io tin- likiiiir of The head of the Plow
City guardians of ihe peace and afii
a conference Dick was informed that if
he would agree To plead guilty fine and
rri wniiiil lio remitted. Hits was
don". In the meantime. Kittilsen
placards continue to sirace the poles in
Not wit hstar.ding his notices vt i
no: niit in in Moline. II. .M. MfCasl-
rin announces t hrit he- will speak in
ilia i city at the con: it of Kiftemt!
sttc and Sixteenth avenue this oven
ing at 7::'.". Torn mow evening at the
same hour he will sneak at Thirtieth
street and Fourteenth avenue in Hoc
Island, and Saturday evening he will
lie heard on .Market square in this city
ARE ATTENDING CONVENTION
f H. M. Me
r. in his race
Kock I.-latii! ai:d Moline
"a.-.! iin.. Geoige's broth
fur tlie legislature on t
ticket. Noticing that Kittilsen had
tacked cp many cards in various pat is
of the ity ainiouneing his candidacy
tor sheriff. Iick proceeded to in. ike
ns of the same objects to place his
caiii- b tote the public.
" fi.te ;i dnZeti cards lul l been
naiie.l on hinh the Molim- police, act
it:.!; under Kittilsen's orders, arrested
him and In was taken to il;e station
wlnie t!'.- advisability of his pleading
iruiiiy tit a violation of the city ordin
ances was seductively pointed out.
It i-l ii-i-il tit 'l'iik 1'iinioliiiifiit.
Mut Mick refused to dead guilty and
Cornelius Donovan, ib nioei at ie iioiu-inei-
for sin-riff, beiiiir in the eity ;u:d
learning .f his plight, wfin on his
bond and he was released til! today.
This morning Dick returned to Mo
bile for trial ami announced that a
he had evidently violated the ordin
ances he was wi'ling to pb-ad tiuilty.
Rock Island Delegates to Y. M. C. A.
Meeting Try to Secure the Next.
The Kock Inland delegates left this
morning for Aurora. wh re the state
convention of the V. M. C. A. opened
today. The delegates will do all in
their power to secure the l!it7 conven
tion for Kock Island. The delegates
from the local association are H. K.
Shi:Ter. Centre K. Stockcr. W. .1.
Keardsiey. Hope Thompson. V. P. Alll
inoiman. A. L. Hurnett. II. F. St oaks.
N. P. Tucker, and II. K. W'a'ker.
and Carlson llr
rested under t Ill
food law chattel
tatoes that had
Made Against Moline Dealers
Who Are Arrested.
con-iimeis are to be protect-
buying bail potatoes il th
the health department
erday George Pensou
-is., dealers, were ai-
provisiotis ot t tie pur
with disposing of p.
b en froze n and wer
BOY PLEADS GUILTY
Eugene McMullen, of Moline,
Aged 13, Fined $25 and
Costs for Larceny.
HAD STOLEN A BICYCLE
Ran Away from Home, and Few Days
Later Was Arrested Another
Mdk Dealer Pays Fine.
l ot t i ii on t he
The ca-e will
hands of tin- purchaser:
be heard this evening.
HAVE YOUR OWN WAY ABOUT IT. IT S ALL THE SAME TO
US. AND THE DESCRIPTION FITS JUST THE SAME.
THERE IS NO HOLD UP OR FANCY PROFIT INCLUDED IN
THE PRICES NAMED BELOW. EVERY LOT IS WORTH EVERY
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A BUILDING LOT, YOU CAN'T
HELP BEING INTERESTED.
HOW DO THESE STRIKE YOU?
Fine bunding lots. 4-xl27. one block and less from street car; beauti
ful location: high, dry and level: a dollar down and i. dollar a month
yo:i can pay more if you want to. Corner lots at $::.". Inside
lots at $325
r.uibling lots on Eighteenth avenue, near Twenty fifth street;
41x11'".: right on car line $300
A splendid east front
. . .$500
lot on Ninth street : 12 feet front: nasjli
drilled we'd on it: $2". down and the balance on easy terms...
Lots on Fourteenth street, between Fl-v nth and Twelfth avenues;
cement sidewalks; easy payments $500
A half acre of ground on Twenty-sef nt h street, near city limits,
A lot on Forty-fourth street, near nine line cars; r.nxl ID; pave
ment all paid for $800
An elegant ens: front lot on Fourteenth-and-a-half street, near Tenth
avenue: 4.1 feet frontage; strict'y a fust class location; the
price if, decidedly right $825
A large 'of. Suxlu. near Seventeenth street and Ninth avenue; can be
divided into Two beautiful lots. If you know anything about prices
in that neighborhood, yon know it is a snap at $1,650
A six-room house on Fortieth street, block from street cars, four
blocks from public schools; lot SOxMn $1,450
A two-story eight-room house on Thirteenth avenue, near Tenth street;
has furnace and city water; lot 40x1 will sell on easy terms;
a snap ar $1,850
A seven-room house on Twenty-fifth street, near Thirteenth avenue;
city water: lot r.nxl 4; can be bought on easy terms,
A good seven room house on Thirty-eighth street, near Fifth avenue;
stone foundation: cement sidewalks; city wafer: electric lights;
sewer; lot r.iix...": good location for roomers; only $2,650
An 11 percent investment projiosition on Third avenue; $:;,00i
will swing it $3,000
A modern house on Sixth avenue, near Twenty-ninth street; six roorar,;
lot I'tvliu; only a block from three different car lines; a pretty
home with all conveniences . $2,800
A modern seven-room house on Thirtieth street, near Seventh avenue;
hot air furnace, electric lights, gas stove; size of lot O'xlSO;
room for another house; east front $3,200
A good eight-room house on Twenty-first street, near Ninth avenue; east
front; modern arrangement throughout, but has no furnace; nice recep
tion hall; stone foundation; small barn; lot r.nxl i; one of the
hf-s-t locations in town $3,400
A modern six-room cottage on Fourteenth street, near Tenth avenue;
hot water heat; stone foundation; a well built house through
out; cash or easy terms $3,300
A splendid two-story seven-room house on Fourteenth street;
modern throughout; east front; cement sidewalk $3,600
An eight room house on Twentieth street; hot water heat, fire
place and all modern conveniences; a decided snap at $3,800
We have some first class investments in business property.
We keep epen Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
"IF YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY KEEP YOUR EYE ON THIS AD"
SCHREINER & HUBBARD,
Real Estate and Insurance.
ISOr. Second Avenue.
Old Phone 702Y.
Fbigt iii McMullen. the Moline b.
who was arrested here for the theft
a bicycle, from Ldniund Swanson,
pkaded guilty in the county court this
morning and -was fined $2.". and costs
by .Judge E. E. I'armentcr. When no
was arreste.l. tl:e liov s parents were
notified, and it became known that he
had run away from home several days
b for . His parents declined .- inter
fere, and the boy was bound over and
indicted by the grand jurv.
.lost ph King, one of the milk dealers
ainst whom informations were filed.
pleaded guilty to selling skim milk.
ind was lined $fu and costs. Another
information him. charging the sale .if
milk below the standard, testing onlv
.s per cent fat remains.
I 'ili-K Vi-v I ii I'orni.-i I iiin.
In the case against A. (lot t sell
barged with selling adulterated
nam. State's Attorney Scott nolle
pressed the information, and filed a
new information. John Looney. repre
seii:ing Cott.-ch. made a motion to
quash the inhumation. Similar action
expected in the case against V.
White, represented bv H. M. McCask-
in. A motion - to quash was made
in his case also.
Siu-u-ty news, written or telephoned
to the society filitor of Tho Ai'K'iis, will
lie nhnil.v rceeiveil : i II I published. JStlt
in i-illu r case the identity of the sender
must le m.nle known, in insure reli.-i-
I. iliiv. Written iwui. -is should l.f-iir si
n:i I i: re ;i nd ;idd ress. 1
Wright-Foster. Tne marriage of
.Miss Katherine Warner Foster, daugh
u f of .1. H. Foster, of Foster, to FianK
II. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. K.
Wrigln of this ci!y. took place at high
noon yesterday at the home of the
bride in Foster. Uev. Mr. Flanders of
the Baptist church officiated, using the
ring ceremony, which was witnessed
by only the immediate families. The
hiide was attended by the groom's
sister. Miss (Jrace Wright, and Clar
ence Rudolph of this city, was best
man. The bride's gown was Persian
lawn with lace trimmings and she cai
ried bride's roses. The bridesmaid
wore pink and carried white carna
tions. The house was beautifully dec
orated with autumn foliage, pink roses
and smilax. The ceremony was fol
lowed by a wedding dinner and recep
tion. Very many beautiful gifts were
left with the young people. The bride
is very popular in the lower end of the
county, where she was formerly em
ployed as a teacher in the public
schools. Mr. Wright has manv friends
in the city and has been employed by
Hartz Al- Rahnsen as traveling sales
man. He and his bride have gone to
housekeeping and after Dec. 1. will be
at home to their friends at t22S Four
teenth street. Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Wrigiit and family attended the wed
ding from this city.
Tells of Rock Island Girl's Marriage.
The following is the account appear
ing in the Colorado Springs (lazette of
the marriage of a former Rock Island
ill which took place in that ciry Wed
nesday. Oct. In; "Miss Margaret
Stewart of this city and Hampton Wat
son Randolph of Tulsa. I. T.. were mar
ried Wednesday morning at in o'clock
it the home of the brffle. 1 T : I Arcadia
street. The Rev. James G. Gregg. D.
D.. officiated, using the beautiful ring
service. Dr. and Mrs. .1. W . Stewart.
Miss Stewart of Rock Island, parents
and sister of the bride; also Miss Miri
am Norton of l.ockporf. III., and Mrs.
F. A. McNeill of Tichomingo. I. T.. sis
ters of the bride; and Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Collins of Colorado Springs, close
friends of the contracting parties,
were present. After a four-course
wedding breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. Ran
dolph departed for the mountains on
their honeymoon. I'pon their return
I hey will leave for Tulsa. I. T.. where
they will make their home. Mr. Ran
dolph is a member of the law firm of
Randolph fc Haver. He is a prosperous
young attorney ami oeepiy luieresieu
in the civic affairs of his home city.
Miss Stewart, who has been a teacher
in the public scnoois, nas a wine cir
cle of friends in Colorado Springs.
Mrs. Stewart and daughters, who at
tended the wedding have just returned
Blackman-Sohrbeck. Miss Julia Mar
guerite Sohrbeck. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Sohrbeck. and Iee R. Rlack-
man. notn oi .MOime, were married ai
the home of the bride. 7"2 Seventeenth
street, at S:3" last evening. Rev. F. H.
Burrell. rector of Christ Episcopal
church, officiating, a company of about
l(ii) guests being present. The maid
honor was Miss Henriette Sohrbeck
and the bridesmaids were the Misses
Grete Aeeler of Chicago and Edith
Bradley of Evanston. H. T. Wheeloek
was best man, and the ushers were L.
C. Poole and G. H. McKinley, Jr. Mrs.
Blackman is a graduate of the high
school and has attended Northwestern
university. Mr. Blackman is a gradu-
iate of the Moline high school and is
J assistant city editor on the Moline;
Daily Dispatcn, ana Doin young peo
pie have a great many friend? in the
three cities. They left for a trip to
Louisiana, and will make their home
at 1740 Ninth avenue, Moline.
Surprise on Birthday. Mrs. E. Shie
berl was surprised by a party of lad
friends yesterday afternoon on the oc
casion of her birthday anniversary
The guests brought the essentials for
a fine lunch and after several hours
were devoted to cards, refreshments
were partaken of. In the games Mrs
David uoiirnni secured nrst prize,
Mrs. I.. Danielson second. Mrs. Ken
dall consolation, and Mrs. A. Mord
hoist, booby. The hostess was pre
stnted with a set of silver knives and
forks, and a silver berry spoon.
Wooden Anniversary. A company of
about thirty neighbors and friends per
pet rated a complete surprise on .Mr
and Mrs. F. A. Felske. 1012 Fourteenth
avenue, .Monday evening, l ne surprise
was arranged in honor of the filth or
wooden anniversary of their marriage
and they were presented with a hand
some mahogany table and chair. The
company came well provided with
luncii and a very nappy evening was
Linen Shower for Bride-Elect. Mrs.
Otto Priester last evening entertained
ladies at a linen shower for her
sister. Miss Anna Lambert, at her
home. 2ult; Fouth avenue. The house
was wry prettily decorated with fes
toons of red hearts. I he evening was
passed with games and music and gen
ral sociability, and the hostess served
a course luncheon. 1 lie marriage of
Miss Lambert to Oscar Liitt will take
place Wednesday. Nov. 1 I.
Maas-Sulser. Mrs. Anna Sulser and
Louis A. Maas were quietly married
yesterday afternoon at the home of th
brides parents. Mr. and Mrs. George
itzel. 722 Ninth avenue. Rev. E.
Klimpke of the German Evangelical
hnrch officiating. They were attend
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lorenset;.
Thev will go to housekeeping at once
in a new home built by the groom.
Seward-Gibbs. In the parlors of the
Hatper house at 2 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. Kev. It. 15. Williams, pastor
of the First Methodist church, ofliciat-
d at the marriage of Miss Stella Gibb
and uicius L. Seward, both ot lcto
ria. 111. The couple departed later for
a wedding trip. They will make their
home at. Victoria.
Wedding Took Place at Niagara
Falls. Word has been received that
the marriage of Miss Maude Mabie
and William J. Kirkpatrick of this city,
which has been previously announced,
took place at Niagara Falls. N. Y.. Sua
Hallowe'en Party. The Emerald
club has issued invitations to a Hal
loween party to lie given Oct. at
Michael Dooley died at St. Anthony's
hospital last night at 12 o'clock, from
old age. Mr. Dooley was brought to
the hospital about three years ago from
Davenport. He had no home and no
relatives except a son in New York. A
home was provided for him at the in
stitution, where he lias remained since.
Mr. Dooley was 77 years of age.
Funeral is Held.
The funeral services over the re
mains of William H. Caldwell were
held at the home, 1412U Third av
enue yesterday morning at 10 o'clock.
Rev. O. W. Lawrence, pastor of the
Memorial Christian church spoke of
the long and useful life of Mr. Caldwell
and paid him a fitting tribute. The pall
bearers were M. R. Iglehart. E. K.
lgieuaii. vnanes ianteri. wiiuam .ie-
Cullotigh. W. E. Bailey and W. B. Bar
ker. members of Camp No. 29. M. W.
of A., of which Mr. Caldwell was a
member for 22 years. The Misses Zr.e
Blecker and Bessie Wasson sang at
the services. Burial took place at
EVIDENCE GOES IN
Motion in Mackin Will Case to
Exclude That to Show Undue
HELD IT WAS INSUFFICIENT
Proponents Claimed Testimony Was
Not Enough on Which to Award
At the conclusion of the evidence
presented by the contestants of the
will of the late Father Mackin yester
day afternoon in the circuit court, the
attorneys for the proponents of the
will made a motion to exclude from
the jury all the evidence brought out
by the con test tints bearing upon the
question ot undue innuence. on ine
ground that the evidence given was
not sufficient to award a verdict on
that, issue. The court overruled the
motion, holding that any evidence pre
sented in the case fending to prove un
due influence should be considered by
the jury. The court then adjourned in
order to allow the proponents time to
prepare for the rebuttal.
t (twiilmil n Hunch 'IVMtifirN.
Herman Kasbau, an attendant on the
Mackin ranch in Nebraska, was on
the stand this morning. He stated thai
he had been hired by Father Mackin
in the spring of lf04 to take charge )f
the ranch for a year. He also testified
as to the value of certain sections of
and in Nebraska in question, to show
that they were not as valuable as al
leged by the contestants. He told ot
the land given to Mrs. McArdle by
Father Mackin and endeavored t
prove that it was a vaiuanie nonie. no
also testified as to the several visits
made by Father Mackin in Nebraska
in 1904 and stated that he had nr.
knowledge of his wandering about at
night. Mr. Kasbau was on the stand
ain this afternoon.
SERIOUS FIRE AT DE WITTE
Farmers' Department Store Burns, and
Other Buildings are Damaged.
A serious fire was reported at De-
Witt. Iowa, this morning. Farmers' de
partment store was destroyed, and oth
er buildings in the same block were
threatened by the flames. The amount
of the loss cannot be ascertained. The
department, store building was owne 1
by Christenson & Co.
Harms Bowling Alleys in Fine Shape.
The Harms bowling alleys, recently
remodeled, are in fine condition. New
balls, new pins. Finest bowling alleys
in the tri-cities.
Finest oysters and clams served on
the half shell at. the Cross Count rv
buffer. Rock Island, the only place in
the three cities where oysters are
served in New York style. Private
dining room for parties.
Danger from the Plague.
There's grave danger from the
plague of coughs and colds that are so
prevalent, unless you take Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs "and colds. Mrs. George Walls,
of Forest City, Me., writes: "It's a
godsend to people living in climates
where coughs and colds prevail. I
find it quickly ends them. It prevents
pneumonia, cures la grippe, gives won
derful relief in asthma and hay fever,
and makes weak lungs strong enough
to ward off consumption, coughs and
colds. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. Trial
Ed Hillman is in Peoria today.
H. T. Leach has returned to Peorki
after a week s visit.
George E. Work returned last even
ing from Iowa City.
L. P. Pulmier of St. Paul is in the
citv for a tew da vs.
Miss Mary E. Jones left this morning
for a visit at Toulon.
Ernest A. Milligan of Dultith. Minn,
visiting friends here.
Carl Fleming of La Salle is visiting
his brother. Earl Fleming.
Paul Emling left last night for Des
Moines to visit his brother.
George T. Whitefoot of Beloir,
in the city calling on friends.
M. A. Halstead arrived from
cago last night to visit relatives.
Miss flattie Williams left for Tonkin
this afternoon to visit her sister.
Miss Editli Brandenburg left this
noon for Des Moines to visit relatives.
Miss Effie Fanstelle arrived this
morning from St. Paul for a week's
Miss Mary Hare arrived from Chi
cago this afternoon to spend a tew
days with her friends.
Herold Sennet t returned this morn
ing from Pekin. 111., where he has been
isiiing his grandmother.
-Mrs. A. C. Hotchkiss and two chil
li en returned from Des Moines and
Stuart. Iowa, last evening.
A. C. Atkinson, traveling freight
gent of the Mobile & Ohio railway.
left for St. Louis this noon.
J. J. Klein, who has been calling on
friends in Rock Island, returned this
morning to his home at Sterling.
C. W. Nethercot of Chicago, traveling
freight and passenger agent of the
Mexican Central, is in the city today.
Miss Manic Payne and Mrs. A. W.
Wilson have gone to Keithsbnrg. 111.,
to attend the Marshall-Kester wed
ding. D. H. Rawson of Des Moines, assist
ant general superintendent of the Fnii
ed States Express company, was in the
Mr. and Mrs. William Trefz and Miss
Mary Knox attended the wedding of
Miss Edith Hansen and John McCar
thy at Clinton yesterday.
J. C. Thompson, district passenger
agent, and J. L. Daugherty. traveling
emigration agent, of the Northern Pa
cific, are in the city today from Chi
M. M. Briggs is attending the ses
sion of the Grand Council. R and S.
M.. and S. J. Ferguson that of the
Grand Chapter. R. A. M., which are be
ing held in Chicago.
Lieutenant M. A. Collins of the Chi
cago avenue police station, who was in
the city today in connection with the
hunt for Leonard Leopold, called on
M. H. Sexton and was his guest ar
Founded 50 Years Ago.
The 50th anniversary of the United
Presbyterian church at Aledo was cel
ebrated at that place yesterday. A
program of addresses occupied the day.
Greetings were read from former pas
Keep the bowels open when you
have a cold and use a good remedy to
allay the inflammation of the mucous
membranes. The best i Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar. It contains
no opiates, moves the bowels, drives
out the cold. Is reliable and tastes
good. Sold by all druggists.
There's a Difference
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WE HAVE THE 'DIFFERENT KIND" THE
KIND THE TAILORS COPY. JUST SATISFY
US OVER. TRY ON A FEW GARMENTS. IT
SHOW SUCH CLOTHING.
THIS CITY OF
NIFTY KIND THE
IS A PLEASURE TO
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE SELLERS IN
Suits and Overcoats
$15 to $30.
Is Your Credit In Banger?
Are unavoidable circumstances forcing you to stand off
your creditors from payday o payday, always hoping that
you will be able to do better the next t;me.
Don't you think he has waited long enough for his
money? Wouldn't it be a good idea to get the money and
pay him off. This will make it better, safer and more
agreeable all around and at the same time save your cred-
it. You may want to use him again in case of an emer-
gency. Let us advance you the necessary cash on your
furniture, piano, horses, wagons, etc., they are not re
moved from your possession. We'll arrange the loan in
easy monthly installments, without publicity and at a fair
rate. Better come in and let us tell you more about it.
Mltchtll & Lynde Block, Room 33. ROCK ISLAND, ILU
Office hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday evening.
Wtst 514. New Telephone 6011
RIVER RIP LETS.
Nearly stationary stages in the Mis
sissippi will continue between Dubuqie
The Ruth. Waunetta and Lizzie Gard
ner were north and south.
The stage of water was 4.20 al! day.
tage. Hght. Chge. fall.
St. Paul 14 :..; :".t .;!
Red Wing 14 .to
Reeds Landing ..12 :!.; :"2 .
La Crosse 1.2 t.t :.l ."2
Prairie du Chieu .IS .20
Dubuque is 1.: n.1 .'"2
Le Claire H 2. ft u.u ,u2
Rock Isliind 1.". 4.2 ( u
1. Moines Rapids s 2 "
Keokuk 1". " ii .'i I
St. Louis ; ".2 o
Memphis ':: :: n
New Orleiins ....!; 7.7 "4
J. M. SlIFKIKK. Local Forecaster.
Nothing to Faar.
Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing- to give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to their little ones, as
it contains absolutely nothing injuri
ous. This remedy is not only perfectly
safe to give small children, but. is a
medicine of gie.-u worth and merit. It
bus a world wide reputation for its
cures of coughs, colds, and croup, and
can always be relied ujion. For sale
by all leading druggisfs.
if you wish a high-class uair dressing, e are sure
Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula, will
greatly please you. It keeps the bair soft and
smooth, makes it look rich and luxuriant, prevents
splitting at the ends. And it keeps the scalp en
tirely free from dandruff. Stops falling hair, also.
Jyor-m not stain or rhuf
tb pot or of t'.o limr.