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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1907.
READY BY MARCH I
Contract Let and Work . Begun
onTri-City Cement Products
FIRST IN WEST END TRACT
Buildings Will Cost About $20,000 and
Will Be Constructed of Concrete
The contract for the Tri-City Cement
Products company's factory building
to be erected in the west end factory
district, has been let to the Concrete
Construction company, and the work
will be commenced at once. The build
ing is expected to be ready of occupan
cy about March 1, and In the meantime
the company, will occupy the Cady
building in Moline. The new factory,
will be the first I nthe new 50
acre tract. The new company will be
located, on the. land adjoining the
Standard Table O!! Cloth company's
factory, The building will be 170 by
CO feet, and will be a two story struc
ture, of, concrete blocks made by the
company's processes. The floor will
be of .reinforced concrete. The build
ing win cost about $20,000.
" To Kmploy nijc Korrr.
Thei company will provide a plant to
employ about 200 men" when operated
at its full capacity, and to begin
with will employe about 35 men. The
company will manufacture concrete
blocks and ornaments and will handle
ther building material.
Mrs. J. Ramser, 831; Thirtieth street,
death being due to nervous prostra
tion. Mrs. Koenig had been ailing for
some time. She was born in Tavan
nes. Switzerland. April 28, 18G3. She
had been a resident of this city for I New Officers of Siboney Bay
about 41 years bne is survived by Camp U. S. W. V. and Helen
children. Alice. Walter. Marc. Ruth. Gould Auxiliary Seated.
and Margaret, all at home. The fun
ertti win uc uviu i.m i" l" I rvFDPICrC T TUCID Mill
German Methodist church Sunday ICAtnuigto ni intin iihll
morning at 9:45. Rev. V. C. Schultze
Social Session, and Oyster Supper Fol
lows Installation of Trio Lodge
No. 57 is Held.
will conduct the services.
Mrs. John Albrecht.
Yesterday morning at 10:30 occurred
the death of Mrs. John Albrecht at her
home one-half mile east of Watertown.
Mrs. Albrecht had been ill with rheu- Siboney Bay camp, o. 8. United
matism for the past four weeks, which Spanish War Veterans and Helen
the last week had taken a decided turn Gould camp of the ladies' auxiliary,
for the worse.
maiden name was Alida Oltman, waslast evening. Past Commander Chris-
born at Hampton iov. 17. 1S07. sne tjan Koch was the installing officer
was married to John H. Albrecht Dec. The officers installed were
16, 1896. Besides ner nusoana ana Past Commander F. C. Downs
three children, she is survived by her Commander Ed N. Lundberg.
mother, three brothers and live sisters. . Senior Vice Commander J. W. Lar-
Mrs. D. Oltman: of Hampton, D. A. OH-In
man or ivingsjey, lowa, .airs, jonn Junior Vice Commander L. M. Tit
Wenke of Gen.eseo, John Oltman of I terington.
Hampton, Mrs. S. M. Arndt of this l Officer of the Day Ed Simmons
Mrs. Fred Koenig.
Mrs, Adele Koenig. 1220 Fifteenth
streetdied at 4 "o'clock yesterday af
ternoon at the home of her mother,
city. Mrs. D. A. Babcock of Moline, Al
bert Oltman of Hampton, and Annie
Oltman of New York City. Mrs. Al
brecht became a member of the Luth
eran church of Hampton when a child,
and throughout her life had been a
Officer of the Guard Ed R. Ledwell.
Surgeon Dr. J. C. Souders.
Chaplain Louis R. Kennedy.
Adjutant William F. Frey.
Quartermaster Harry McKown.
Trustees Christopher Koch, Robert
consistent Christian. Having always I McConochie. and E. E. Buff urn
resided in Hampton township, 6he wasj Delegate to State Encampment
well known, and had drawn to her Harry McKown; alternate, Ed R. Led-
many wam friends who will ever re- well.
member her for her womanly ways and Delegate to National Encampment
Christian character. William F. Frey: alternate. F. C.
The funeral services will be held I Downs.
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the I The officers installed by the auxili
Methodist church at Hampton. lary were:
Past President Mrs. Francis Sim-
Bleuer Funeral. I mons.
Funeral services over the remains of I President Mrs. Elizabeth Frey.
Nicholas Bleuer were held at 2 o'clock I Senior Vice President Mrs. Mamie
this afternoon at the home, 718 Thir-1 Lundberg.
teenth street. The funeral services
RO C K IS LAN D. 4I hL .i&5Pn 4rE?5
Specials for Saturday
DECORATED Salad Bowls, not 25c or 15c
for Saturday, but, each Sc
Four-qt. Granite Pudding Pans, Saturday . 7c
Four-qt. Granite Milk Pans 7c
Three-lb. Stone Butter Jars with cover and
bails, 10c each ." - . . 10c
Children's Twilled Fleece Lined Waists, all
Black Near Seal Fur Scarfs, six brush tails,
one m a customer 69 C
Black Sateen Petticoats, double ruffle flounce,
not $1, but Saturday one to a customer for ,54c
Mill Lengths , . . 9c
Bleached Domet Shaker Flannel, yard . . . 6c
Fine Brown 8c Muslin, yard
Mill Lengths '. 7c
Dress and Comforter Prints, yard . . .t-4Mc
Women's $2, $1.75 and $1.50 Kid Shoes, most
ly large sizes, Saturday your pick, pair $1.18
Children's Heavy Ribbed Double Knee Fast
Black 25c Hose, sizes 6 to 10, according to
size . .... ." . r. . ... . . : . . .I5c and 17c
Peanut Taffy, pound I0c
Those fine Chocolate Caramels, per pound ,I5c
A whole table full of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Ready Trimmed Hats, Saturday, one day. only,
each " .... . .45c
Hemstitched Towels, 5c; none at m wholesale,
each ' 5c
Ladies' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, hand em
broidered, script initials s8c
Tar Soap, makes flesh soft and smooth, two
CakeS for . . .5 C
Metal Back Dressing Combs 3c, each ..,3c
Ladies' Vests and Pants, some are seconds,
Cacll ......... ...... ;. . . .:...i.ci.r.ui.i. 1 1 6 C
Men's Suspenders ...... . . ..:.i-i.i..-.,.:..I0c
Cut Glass Sugar Sifters .with sterling silver
tops, regularly $1.25, Saturday's special -..58c
White House Cook Books, heavy; binding, one
"The Hound of the Baskervilles," by, Conan
Doyle, originally $1.50, Saturday -iuii3 8 C
Solid Oak Cane Seat Rockers i.M.Mdc$l,00
Musical Program Saturday Evening, Jan. 5, 07
March "Attention" ........
Selection "Lady Teazle" . . .
Characteristic "Sissy Giggrles"
Caprice "Garden of Love".
Waltz "Wedding of the Winds"
Medley "Emmallna" ....... . .....
Selection "Isle of Bongr Bong"
March "The Chatter Box" ... Lampe
Mazurka "Indi-Ana" ..'t ..-.. Stevens
Intermezzo "American Beauties". ...... St. Clair
Medley Overture "Vaudeville Favorites Jacobs
12. March "The Lincoln Imp" Clander
Junior Vice President Mrs. Anna
Treasurer Miss Sadie Ranson.
Chaplain Miss Magdeline Koch.
Conductor Mrs. Katherine Ranson
Assistant Conductor Mrs. Dora
Guard Mrs. Clara Flynn.
Assistant Guard Mrs. Jennie Bowl-
Trustees Mrs. Frances Simmons,
Miss Magdeline Koch.
A secretary has not yet been ap
After the installation ceremonies
were concluded the members of both
organizations indulged in a social ses
sion and an oyster supper was served
by the ladies.
Trio I.oiliir InMnllM.
Trio lodge; Xo. 57, A. F. and A. M-,
last evening installed the newly elect
ed and appointed officers for the ensu
ing year. The installing officer was
Grand Lecturer C. E. Grove. The fol
lowing officers were installed:
Worshipful Master S. R. Davis.
Senior Warden J. W. Houder.
Junior Warden G. H. Rain.
Treasurer C. B. Ward.
Secretary W. B. Pettit.
Chaplain D. J. Sears.
Senior Deacon F. D. Moberg.
Junior Deacon L. I. Siemon.
Marshal E. B. Kreis.
Organist George Duffin.
Tyler Ezra Wilcher.
Will ko to Orion.
Deputy Grand Ma6ter C. B. Ward
has received an invitation to confer
the master Mason's degree on candi
dates of Sherman lodge at Orion Jan.
23. The members of Trio lodge have
arranged for a special train on the
Burlington to leave this city at 7
o'clock in the evening. After the cere
monies a banquet will be held at the
opera house at Orion.
the Peoria business th Burlington has
made a new schedule by which the
Galesburg train goes straight through
to Galesburg, insuring connection with
the train leaving ther i the afternoon I
CHILD DRANK ACID
Baby Son of Albert LaG range of
Harr pton, Killed by Fluid .
Left Within Reach.
R. M. Whitham of Aledo, Is visiting
In tho rlt ir trvrl a v
Mayor Harry A. Reherd of Geneseo,
WAS USED BY ITS MOTHER
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Davenport's Largest Sellers
Thomas Brown of Galesburg, was
visiting friends in the city yesterday.
Victor F. Vinegg of Joliet, 111., was
calling on Rock Island friends today
Mrs. K. M. Hayes of Cambridge, was
calling on Rock Island friends jester
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Potter of Peoria,
Nearly a Teaspoonful Swallowed Be
fore Screams Attracted Parents
Death Follows Quickly.
Lawrence LaGrange, 22-months-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert LaGrange
are visiting friends in the city for a of Hampton, died yesterday forenoon at
the home as a result of carbolic acid
Th manv friends of Henry Carse poisoning. He drank a teaspoonful of
are pleased that he Is now out again tn "Quid and died three hours later.
after hls kpvpfp illness I uiore ine pnysician wno was sum-
o. , r... ,, ,,, moned could respond. An Inquest was
a. . . a, t , . . . I J WVA Ulll lnilU 1 V
menus in i-iic 3 auu .a 1 rrha a,A . . ,OOTl oc., ,ff
headquarters at the Harper house. : " " , n ' JZl
used some of it in allavlne nain from
iaKe roresi ia resume ner siuu.es ai- toothache Wednesday night. She had
ter the holiday vacation spent at home. negiected to put the bottle away when
Mr. and Mrs. Olof Atkinson and fam- she retired, intending to do so early in
ily are at Urbana, 111., wnere tney wui the morning.
&pt?uu seveitti wcena vis.iiug '--""' l Bottle Won Fnrirollrn
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson of Dal- But when she arose she forgot about
las, are Visiting friends in the city and the matter and was busying herself
are making the Hotel Harms tneir about her household duties when the
headquarters. I child arose and climbing on a chai
Miss Helen Voss, who has been I near the table secured the bottle. His
spending the holidays with her par-1 screams after he had drank of the
ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, left last contents were the first intimation the
evening for Chicago. I mother had of what had transpired,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Taylor have re- and though home remedies were
turned to their home in Ottumwa,
Iowa, after a visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. C. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mitchell depart
ed for Monmouth this morning for a
few days' visit with relatives and
friends. Tonight Mr. Mitchell will act
as installing officer for the G. A. R.
post of that city.
O. Olson, traveling freight agent of
the Canadian Pacific railway; F. P.
Blackwell, traveling passenger and I Windmill Stroke Adjuster Company of
freight agent of the San Pero, Los An
geles & Salt Lake railway; J. A. Mc
Gregor, traveling freight agent of the
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Ste. Marie,
Duluth South Shore, Atlantic, and Ca
nadian Pacific railways; and G. E.
We show you a greater stock.
We give you a belter quality.
We quote you a lower price.
On this basis we can get your trade
if you'll but come in and look.
promptly applied, the little one sank
rapidly and passed away.
The funeral will be held at the Meth
odist church at Hampton tomorrow at
This City is Incorporated With
$60,000 Capital Stock.
Springfield, 111., Jan. 4. (Special).
The secretary of state issued a license
Chicago, Hamilton & Dayton, and Pere , ""V"J"" 7 i i V , ,
at.T;. , Iand- The capital stock Is $60,000 and
frm fWn vector,!,,, .alllnr nn rail. ,uc ""J"-1 ul "W
. I device. - The incornorators are Hons
U'9V m en npra I -
New Line of Carpet
Rug's Just Received.
Furniture Sz Carpet
123-125 West Third Street, Davenport. Ia.
were in charge of the Rock Island aerie
No. 956, F. O. E., the members- of
which attended in a body. The funeral
services were conducted by Rev. Mar
ion Humphreys. Burial took place at
NEW QUARTERS FOR
Third Floor of the Carse Building is
Leased for a Term of Years, and
Will Be Remodeled.
Brown's Business college has leased
the third floor of the Carse building on
Second avenue for a term of years.
The rooms that they have leased will
be remodeled and partitions put in
where they are needed, so that the
location will be a desirable one for a
a modern business college. All the
wood work will be refinished and new
windows put in at different places
where needed. The authorities in the
I college met Wednesday evening with
the contractor and Mr. Carse The
contractor says the building will be
ready about Jan. 23 and the school
will probably be removed to Its new
quarters about Feb. 1.
TRAIN SERVICE IS BETTER
Burlington Hastens t) Compete for
Business Between Here and Peoria.
. Inroads made by the Rock Island
road upon the business of the Burling
ton between this city and Peoria has
caused the latter company to make a
number of changes with the object of
expediting service. Formerly the Bur
lington train from Rock . Island to
Galesburg waited an hour at Rio for
northern connections, but it was so
often late that passengers began using
-Jjtthe Rock Island. In order to protect
The company is now manufacturing
the patent device which was exhibited
raUtv written nr t.l.nhnn.d 1 ,,Jr .i.- c......, ..o.iuuai iuii
to the society editor of The Argus, will I gress meeting, and already several
be srladlv received and published. But I hunlrot nf iho orMi.c
In oithap itoaA tha Idontitv nf th. AAndAr I "v,Jwo,t.o V uccu
. l . - - I A frU 1 s e .
must be made Known, to insure reiia- I "t uui. i at; are uemg mamuaciur-
bility. Written notices should bear Big- ed at a local machine shop. The com
nature and address. I , t , , , ,
I'auy a lJiaiia ait; iuji ueiiuue, one in
All Riaht Whist Club. Mr. and Miss clude tne eventual erection of a ma
Roantree of Fourteenth-and-a-half enme snop ana iaciory. un just wnat
street, very pleasantly entertained the scale the company will operate is not
Ail-Right Whist club last evening at Known
thoir hnmo fi tr refrPshniPnrR wprf
served, vocal solos were rendered by DRIVES OUT STUB TRAIN
Mr. Russell and Mr. Roantree, also
whlstHntr snloa hv tho latter. Mrs. interurDan tets All Business Between
Wade of South Heights won ladies Galva and Kewanee,
first nrlze. and Mr. Russell gentle- After eight years or service the Bur-
man's, while Mr. Rogers carried off the lington stub train, running between
booby prize. Thursday evening of Kewanee and Galva, will be discontin-
next week the club will meet with Mr. ued. The last trip will be made to
and Mrs. C. C. Wilson of Davenport. morrow evening. The reason the train
Is taken off is attributed to the new in-
Married at Peoria. The Peoria Jour- terurban line which has been carrying
nal in its Wednesday edition contains I most of the people who travel between
the followine item: Kewanee and Galva
At 12 o'clock at the parsonage of the
First M. E. church. Pearl P. DeBord
and Miss Lillian May Morrison were
joined in marriage by Rev. Dr. O. T.
Dwinnell yesterday. Both of the young
people are from Rock Island, the groom
being jl telegrapher and the bride a
telenhone operator. Mr. DeBord Is a
We, the Hod Carriers of Rock Island
combined in a local union, have fixed
our wages at the following prices to
take effect April 1, 1907: Plasterers
and tenders, $2.50 per day; bricklayers,
tenders and mortar men, $2.40 ner
I tvim o anri days; brick tenders, $2.2a per day
JAMES BROOKS, Cor. Sec.
Methodist minister of Princeville.
L. &. C. Card Club. Mr. and Mrs.
Flanigan at their home, 520 Twenty-
second street, entertained the L. & C.
Card club last evening.
DERRY TRAVIS, Fin. Sec.
Meeting of Gun Club.
Members of the Rock Island Gun
Cinch was club are requested to meet next Mon-
played, the high scores falling to Mrs. I day evening, Jan. 7 at 8 o'clock at
E. Elliott and C. Anderson, and the Lange's barber shop to make arrange
booby prizes to Miss Edith Kinder andlments for the banquet to be paid for
M. Harder. Dainty refreshments were by the losing side in the New Year's
served after the games. The club will shoot. By order of the president
meet Jan. 17 with Mrs. E. Elliott on S. R. KENWORTHY.
dc.i tut nomo use.
. . A iVH
ft C uhi.t r.lnh Thp mpmhprs of I uiuci kjl wibs J
k a a .wkif .i..h ro onfortoinoH best family beer. Rock Island Brew
11JC KJ kj, TT lllk Villi V - v-a -
at the home of -Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Briggs, 1719 Second avenue, last even
ing. In the games Mrs. A. W. Hatch
and Ira Peck took head prizes and Dr.
and Mrs. Burkhart carried off the
booby prizes. The hostess served a
lunch after, the games.
lng company. Old phone west 89, new
Woman Reached Age of 101.
Mrs. Louisa Stargell, one of the old
est settlers of Stark county and the
oldest woman in the central part of
Illinois, is dead at the age of 101 years.
Gives Luncheon for Guest. Miss Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid
Elizabeth McHuglrgave a luncheon at Them.
noon today -for Miss Bettina Bradley More fatalities have their origin In
of Centerville, Iowa, who is her guest or result from a cold than from any
other cause. This fact should make
Say Sport is Cruel. ; I people more careful as there is no
The Dubuque Humane society has I danger whatever from a cold when it is
decided to test the law in prosecuting properly treated in the beginning. For
the promoters of a recent cocking main many years Chamberlain's Cqwgh Rem
in that city. edy has been recognized as. the most
. , , : z o - ... . I prompt and effectual medicine in use
Jamaican Lady Speak. Highly of k. th,g dIseasei It acts OQ nature.s
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
plan, loosens the cough, relieves the
Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the super- nnona tha KP-rpt5nna n ntHa
intendent of Cart Service at Kingston, I ' , roetnr,n th ct.m to
Jamaica, West Indies islands, says that nealth conditIon. Sold by all leading
she has for some years used Cham- j..ff . ., ,
berlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, I "
croup and whooping ; cough, and has For any disease of the skin there is
found it very beneficial. She has im- nothing better than Chamberlain's
plicit confidence In It and would not be Salve. It relieves the Itching and burn-
without a bottle of it in- her home. Sold J ing sensation Instantly and soon effects
by: all leading druggists.'- la cure. Sold by all leading druggists.
The thoughtful and wise know
that satisfaction is a thing they
cannot buy. We desire to tell the
wise and convince the unwise
that satisfaction goes with every
job of plumbing we do.
112 W. Seventeenth Street
r. : '
Elegance in Wa.ll Paper
Like distinction of carriage and de
portment in humans, appeals to the
artistic eye. There's a certain sub
tle "something" in papers we select
and Bell which speaks of style,
taste and superiority which people
appreciate. We ask you to Bee and
select wall decorations here at your
leisure, as you will find our goods
priced very low.
Parldon Wall Paper Co.
419 Seventeenth Street.
N INTEREST OF NEW AIR LINE
Representative Seeking Investors in
Stock of New York Road.
V.. F. Vieregg of Chicago, is in the
city and will open an office at the Har
per to interest Rock Island investors
in the proposed 10-hour electric afr
line between Chicago and New York to
which considerable space has been
given by the metropolitan newspapers
recently. Construction of the road has
been under way for some time and Mr.
Vieregg says a portion cf the line will
be in operation before the end of the
present year. The road, as surveyed,
will follow a direct line as nearly as
possible, making no deviations what
ever to reach cities between the ter
mini. Tunnels will be lored through
the Allegheny mountains. It Is believ
ed that, the trains will have no trouble
In making 75 miles an hour, including
stops, similar lines In Germany main
taining schedules for higher speed than
this. The power will be taken from a
covered third rail.
Have you indigestion, constipation,
headache, backache, kidney trouble?
Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well. If it fails, get your
money back. That's fair. Tea or lab
lets form. 23 cents. T. J I. Thomas'
I 7 m TT 77 " ne knows better laxativ
I H Ij- fj.. tainlydonot. If be docs, th
f ff mm If jS Mg 0 W (in Da wentt f . Wt pabllih
" y I JUL W hfornnilnwf tllonrrrnnratlom.
Ayer's Piils are liver pills. They act directly
on the liver, make more bile secreted. This
is why they cure constipation, biliousness,!
dyspepsia, sick-headache. Ask your doctor!
if he knows a better laxative pill, we cer-
en use his kind.