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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1907.
Suit Made to
ii rt ii :it hoim: iii.oi K.
OVERCOATS, FULL DRESS
SUITS, TUXEDO COATS AND
VESTS, FROCK SUITS,
BUSINESS SUITS AND
The only kind for us to make
or you to wear, and be well
That's our proposition in a few
Our name on the inside of any
garment made is a guarantee for
Correct Style, Fit and Material.
Special inducements for orders
B. F. DORN.
18L2 Second Ave.
In frozen dainties for Washing
ton's birthday, are the hit of the
ice cream season.
Our original Washington pud
ding is the richest ami most aji
piopriate ice cream ever hit re
duced, to serve at your Wash
ington party. It is entirely new.
Our individual Washington ice
cream log, with his little hatcher,
the Yankee roll in national col
ors, and the cannon ball with
the stars and stripes, are the
handsomest and prettiest de
signs ever originated for this .
insist on tillering your ice
cream from us. and you wil
never be disappointed.
1716 Second Avenue
0 sis T y T J t i (TT C
STONE O UA R1UES
Cawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimmings a Specialty.
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color
the wall with alkali,, etc. Plans
sent us for estimates will re
ceive careful attention and be
returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 1.0 will
stop and let visitors off and on.
Ilrldicr, Stoar, t orn Crib Blocks
aad Koaadatloa fttoac, aa?
Samples of stone and photos
ot buildings can be seen at
Room 12, Mitchell ft Lynda
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manaasr
Rock Island or Co Ion a, III.
VICTOR ON A FOUL
Young Kid Farmer Given De
cision Over Tommy Mowatt
RECEIVES BLOW IN GROIN
Stops Bcut Early in Second Round
Yanger and Neary Challenge
Ptoihi. 111., Feb. In l he second
round of t!ie battle between Tommy
.Mnwaft of I'iiicaso and Young Kid
Farmer of Ft'oria before the Riverside
A: ii) tic club. last, evening. Fanner was
fouled and was jiivcn the decision.
Hulh nidi were jioiux f:st when the
foul occurred amMt was anybody'.:
ii'iil. The foul was apparently unin
lemional. .Mowatt swims for the wind
when Fanner backed away and Tom
my's blow fell low, hit ling the Feona
boy in the groin. The first round of
i'ne battle was a furious one. Mowatt
showing his old-time speed and Fai'n
:t bi ing clever.
Ii was Mowatt s return to the ring
liter an absence of six nioiiihs and in
the single full i (iiiiid that was fought.
showed good form, iiolh boys ill:-it
ed ii;ings in the first, round. Mowa'.t
using his bull log tactics and Farmer
uiocKiug cleverly anil landing to ie
jaw. 'i iie second round nad gone iwo
minutes wlim the founl nded the
hoiii. linny Yanger and Charley Xe-e
iv challenged the winner.
Mow at I appealed Hat and llahhy. but
utaimui-d to scale ihe l... .-pound mail:.
while Farmer was about seven pound
Ilrruisiii iiiimil h'iKlil.
Ciiicago. Feb. lit. "Kill" Henna1.!
vci-ieruav ueeh'i'ed oil bis match witli
"Yoiilig" Corbel t, which w is slated
take place ai Ueno, Nev., on March
is. The puise. $lo,uuo. was a juicy
one, Imt Herman could not go thiotigii
with it becau.-e of his marriage next
i-umiav. He rcuiiested the promotcis
to postpone ihe contest until some
time in April, ami stated his reasons
for asking the change of date, but th"
lii tin people were dead set on having
the light on the day named, and un
doubtedly will t-eek some other opp -nent
for Corbet t. There are any num
ber of lighters who will jump at the
chance to battle Corbett for $Iiuiihi.
and thai despite the weight. :h'.
pounds, weigh in several hours before
.lull liny ( onion Aunin M:itriiil.
Report from Milwaukee stiite that
.lohnny Coulon. the local bantam wlvi
defeated "Young" Fitzgerald at Mil
waukee last week, and "Kid" Murphy
Hundreds of Rock Island Readers Know
What It Means.
The kidneys are overtaxed;
Have too much to do.
They hU about it in many aches and
Backache, sideache, headache.
Early symptoms of kidney ills.
I'rinary troubles, diabetes. Uright's
A Rock Island citizen tells hero a
ci it ii i ti cure.
Mrs. K. C. Clement of S2u Twenty
fourth si reef says: "I had a soreness
in my- back all the time, and when I
attempted to lift anything, no matter
how light, or do any stooping, 1 felt a
kink. At times I had shoot nig pains
all over my body, and when I laid
down it was almost impossible for me
to get up. I could not turn over in
bed without suffering excrutiatingly. I
learned of Doaii's Kidney Fills, rfnd ob
taining a box, I took them as directed,
('radually the pain began to leave me.,
and in a short time I was cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price. .10
cents. Foster-Milburn company. Buf
falo. N. Y., sole agents for the I'nited
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Farmers' Ins. Co York, Pa.
Willianmburg Ins. Co New York
!j'ew Hampshire Ins. Co.. .N. Hampshire
liorthern Ins. Co New York
Security Ins. Co..... New Haven, Conn.
Ina. Co. State of Illinois. . .Pckford, 111.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room 3, Buford block. Ratet
is low as consistent with security.
JOHN FOLK & CO.
Dealers In single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double
strength Window Glass, Polish
ed Plate, Beveled Plate and
311 AND 321
of New York have been mulched U
( ntest ID rounds before the Mil wan
ee Boxing dub on Feb. at in:
pounds ringside. The match has no.
as yet been ratified.
MIKE DONLIN CON VICTIM
Outfielder of New York Giants Give;
up $500 and Diamond to Stranger.
Ciiicago. Feb. l!i Michael Dunlin
left fielder of ihe New York N'ationa
kague baseball team, was robbed las!
night of $:uu in cash and a iliaiimin:
stud by a stranger who worked a con
tiilence game. The man was arrest e:i
and gave Ins name as T. I'. Smith o!
City Council Room. Rock Maud. III.,
Feb. IS, RiuT. The council m t in
regular session at S p. m., Mayor Me
Caskrin presiding, ami all the abler
men present except Sherwood.
Alderman Robbins oflVied a resol-i-tion
that the rubs be suspended and
that the Central I'nion Telephone com
pany's ordinance passed by the coun
cil Feb. 11. l!ti7. be and is reconsid
ered for further consideration ami "in
vestigation of the subject. Adopted
by unanimous vote.
Alderman Wilson moved that the
council adjourn to 1::io tomorrow a
tt moon to inspect the waterworks
pump and transact such oilier business
as may come up. Carried.
1 1. C. SCHAFFKR, City Clerk.
Neighbors Got Fooled.
"I was literally coughing myself to
ath. ami had become too weak to
leave my bed: and neighbors predicted
that I would never leave it alive: but
they got fooled, for thanks be to Cod. I
was induced to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery. It took just four one dollar
bottles to eomph (ely cure the cough
and restore me to good sound health."
writes. Mrs. ICva I'nenpher. of Crover
town. Stark county, Ind. This king of
cough and cold cures, and healer of
throat and lungs, is guaranteed by W.
T. llariz. druggist, :!ni Twentieth
street, r.iic and $1. Trial bottle free.
Wintry winds whined weirdly. Wil
lie wriggled while Winnie wheeze. 1
wretchedly. YVjsdom whisper::, winter
winds work wheezes. Wherefore we
write.. "I'se Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup." Nothing else so good. Sold
bv all druggists.
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
Feb. 19 "The Old Homestead."
Feb. 21 "East Lynne."
Feb. 24 "Camille," matinee. ,
March 2 "The District Leader."
V 7 x j
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THE GREAT AUSTINS. TAMBOURINE SPINNERS. AT THE CRYSTAL
THEATER THIS WEEK.
March 3 Raymond Hitchcock
The Yankee Tourist."
March 7 "The Pride of Newspaper
March 10 AI G. Fields' Minstrels.
March 17 "When Knighthood Was
March 18 "The College Widow."
March 20 O'Brien-Bums Fight P.c
March 23 Mahcra's Minstrels.
March 24 "Royal Chef."
March 25 Mclntyre & Heath in
The Ham Tree."
March 31 "A Pair of Country Kids."
BOOKINGS AT THE MOLINE.
Feb. 20 "East Lynne."
Feb. 21-22 "Swedish Dramatic com
Feb. 25 McRay Comedy company.
week, matinees Wednesday and Satur
day. BOOKINGS AT THE GRAND.
Feb. 18-23 Griffiths Hypnotic Com
Feb. 25 Arthur Hartman, violinist.
March 14 "The Girl from the Gold
Is Same Old Play. Twcn'.v -one years
is a long time for a present Any play
to preserve its popularity, but that's
what "The Old Homestead," at the Illi
nois tonight, is doing. For his rea
son it is on its -1st annual tour. There
is nothing new to be said of the play
and the players are praciically the samii
who have performed the same parts for
many seasons. The four acts consti
tuting the play, though familiar to ev
erybody, never fail to interest an audi
ence, and the Grace church scene es
pecially always comes in for much well
merited applause. Old favorites who
Electric Construction and Ma
chinery Co. Branches Out to
AS THE TRIO COMPANY
Buy Patents, Machinery and Stock of
Tornquist Company of Davenport
and Bring Them Here.
Rock Island will add to its list short
ly one more factory ihat will maimfne
iutv electrical supplies and will em
I loy about Till or C.o workmen "and many
more when operating in full force. The
ICieetiie Construction & Muchim ry
company has purchased ihe machin
eiy. patents and stock of the Tormpiist
Electrical .Manufacturing company of
Davenport ami removed the crrir.
equipment to me company s building
at liiL'2 Second avenue. Tile company
here will be known as the Trio Manti
faciuiing company, consisting of .1. T.
.Marion. W. H. Dickmau. ami C. A.
The new company will manufacture
electrical devices of all kinds, which
will be known as the Trio product.
Among the articles to be manufactur
ed are knife switches of till styles and
sizes, swiich boards, tablet boards, lel
i phone lightning arresters, and a pa'
enied improvement over the old fuse,
'file fuse is to be known as the Trio
eVct t ic fuse.
Well K no iv ii I imlnii luis.
The Trio company is at the present
t i n le opera l i ng with about 1.1 employe:-;
and is shipping out larue quantities of
switches. As elee'rical contractors
ih'.-c gentlemen are widely known, Mr.
Marron at the present time being pies
id. in of ihe Illinois contractors' asso
ciation and :i member nf the supply
committee of the national contractors'
association. Mr. Hickman and Mr.
Walht r have long In en associa'e.l with
.Mr. .Marion in the Klectrie Consi ruc
tion ti .Machinery company.
A tissue builder, reconst ructor.
builds up wa.-te force, makes strong
neivs and muscles, home people d.)
not realize what a meat remedy II. il-lir-ier's
Rocky Mountain Tea is. "1
cents, tea or
are s'ill with ihe company are Horace
Rushhy as Cy Prime. ('limits Clarke
as S th Perkins, Mnignret Hryer as
Aunt Matilda. Frttl Clarke as Happy
.lack. Frank Kuapp as the C.anzey boy.
Anita Fowler as Rickety Ann.
balance of the characters are
pet en t hands.
FDor Show and Poor House. "Tlv
Half lined," was given at l he Illinois
hist evening bv lite same company
that recently appeared hero in "The
Convict's Haughter." Most of the mem
bers had not "thoroughly learned tiui.
lines and gave a very poor account (t
themselves. Fort nnateiy the advance
man had almost entirely neglected his
work and the attendance was small.
At the Grand. There is nothing of
the problem play or prehistoric swash
buckle in the eniertainmt nt given by
he Griffith Hypnotic Comedy company
it the Grand opera house, Davenport.
this week. You will not see any ex-
Will stop any conch that
can be stopped by any
medicine and cure coughs
that cannot be cured by any
It Is always the best
cough cure. You cannot
atiord to take chances on
any other kind.
KEMP'S BALSAM cures
coughs, colds, bronchitis,
grip, asthma and consump
tion in tirst stages.
It does not contain alco
hol, opium, morphine, or
any other narcotic, poison
ous or narmiui arug.
f tap's Balsam 1
t - 2
ROYAL BAKING POWDF.R
totted panorama of powdered wigs,
knee breeches and steel buckles, nor
will you hear the old stereotyped ex
aggerated mouihings of "thee." "thou."'
"Lady Forleene," "S wee' heart mine,'
or any of the other frills and folder
alls of the pre s nt $2 dramatized rage;
but in their place you wil! see fun.
ptue and simple, dancing that will
make you tingle, and wit, humor and
Hartmann, the Violinist. Frederio
II. Griswo'd. in the Chicago Record
Herald, says of Arthur Hartmaiin. the
violinist, who is at the Grand. Daven
port. Feb. L".-: "In the Yienxtemps
concerto. No. A. with which the pro
gram opened. Mr. Hartmann (piickiv
awakened the interest of his audience,
for his style is virile and his technique
is i xtraordinary. His bowing is free
and his left hand is both swift and
Mire. Ho has a fine sense of rythm.
and went through the difficulties of
ihe concerto with crisp, clear tones
that never showed a trace of faltering
Technicalities are. of course, piomin
out in ibis work, for ir is only a 'show
piece' in many lespects. but Hartmann
found moie beauty than is usually the
case and roused his bearers by th.
dah with which he took the closing
Hitchcock's New Company. In tin
cast of players who support Mr. Hitch
cock in the new comic opera. "Th
Yankee Tourist." are included Miss
Flora Zabe"lo. Miss Helen Hale. Her
bert Cawthorne. Walter Lawrence.
Harry Sone, Walter P.eorv, Phili
Smalley K. R. Phillips, K. R. Tilion,
O. .1. Van Asse. Murray Harry. Her
man Renpke. M. V. Rale. Miss Susie
Forester, and Miss Lucy Tonge. At
the Illinois soon.
Austins at the Crystal. One of ih--
features of this week's bill at the Crys
tal is the act of the Great Austins,
taniborine spinners and jugglers. T!:e
team consist. of'a lady and a gentle
man, who are just as clever with their
feet as they are with their hands. They
juggle tambourines while spinning.
and spin them with their feet, while
t'ny are spinning others willi their
hands. The act is one that has never
been s-'en on a vaudeville stage in
this city before ami is of unusual mer
I. Rob ;.nd Daisy Cunningham sing
-on.i' very catchy songs and their
jokes ar" I.:t- ones. One of the nio-t
phenomenal banjoists ever seen in vau
deville can be heard at the theater this
week in the person of 12. J. Appleby.
Mr. Appleby plays some of the old sen
timental songs, as "Old Ulack Joe." lie
plays the air on one banjo and the -l"-companiment
on the other. The odds
mil ends of married life are shown by
i team composed of Early and La'e.
in a sketch entitled, "Just Knough of
!2v ry thing." The sketch is very fun
ny. The gentleman of the duo is the
possessor of a wonderful bass voice
ami shows its power in the song.
New Bill at Elite. The feature r.f
he first half of the week's bill at the
-"21 i o is the three Keltons. novelty mu
sicians. In their act of last evening
they were recalled a number of times.
The three consist of man. wife, and
ittlo daughter. They all play zelo
.ihoiies. the little girl playing the lead
;ng part, and her father and mother
tlaying the accotr.par.iment. Mrs. Kel
on is an accomplished cornet player,
n the last, part of their act the little
iirl plays the snare drum, her mother
he cornet, and her father the tnmi
;oiie. Anot h very pleasing act is
hat of Coyne and Tulin. hand balanc
rs. Raker and Robinson, comedy
sketch artists, are worthy of much
iraise. Will Hart, the black face corne
lian, is a scream with his negro dia
ect and songs. Miss Eleanor Mull.-.i.
in accomplished singer from Daven
IHirt. made her first appearance yester-
Iay. and met with the approval of ill
present during the afternoon and eve
ning. She is singing. "Like the Rns.
You Are the Fairest Flower." for th1
illustrated song this week. The pic
tures are the latast.
Chicago, Felu'19. Following are tin
market quotations today:
May, 7S, 78, tC. 77.'
July. 78, 78y4rr7V4.
September, 77, 77. 70vh. 77 x.
May. 47. 47. 4GV. 40.
July, 401,6. 46. 4i. 4fi'4.
September, 4C, 47, 4V. 4C..
M1 whbbiv m
Yoa can make better food
sweeter, more palatable
-)"7s. 4"r;i. 4 1 . 4u"s.
!7'4. 'IT't. "'l. "t;!4.
mb.-r. :j2'fi, ::2'. :ii?";
, ii;..". i ;.:, l g.t. h;.st.
, n;.7.". it;.s7, i;.r.u, i;.tt.
, H.7.",. ;t2. H.Tu. !t.S2.
. li.7u, it.SL'. !i.7n, !!'.
. !t.::7. !.1.". !.:'.. !ML'.
, ;.27. '.i. it.2."., '..::."..
Chicago ifceipts Whfat 20, corn
4 .";, oais F!2.
Northwestern receipts Wheat, today
"i7!t. last year "2;.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat 's
up. coin unchanged.
l:"n p. m. Wheat unchanged, corn
Wiieai closed ' to ' , down, corn "s
to , down.
Estimated receipts tomoriow When:
Hi. corn "2". oa's ln7.
Hogs. 2U.UIMI; open slow.
Cattle. 4.UIH1; open strong.
Sheep, iri.lieu; open steady.
Top price for hogs mi opening. $7.e".
Hogs slow, weak and .Ic lower. -Mixed.
C.miTi 7. nr. ; heavy. ;.!iitfi 7.u". :
rough. ;.7.")'T! i;.S.".; light, t'l'-tti 7."u :
bulk. ;.!mf 7."'i; pigs. H.imiT; 7 im.
Estimated hogs tomorrow, nun.
Cattle tomorrow. 12.uu"; steady.
Reeves. 4. 1 o! 7. or, ; cows. 1 .-,.2.' :
stockers, 2.7."i'7 4.SH; westerns, ::.7."i(i
New York Stocks.
New York. Fell, lit Gas I'. P.
17::'s, V. S. Sleel picrerrod InlV.. V.
S. Steel coininon 1 !r.-x. Reading 1227s
Rock Island preferred .'.!. Rock Island
common 20'.,. Southern Pacific !0!, X.
Y. Central 127',4, Missouri Pacific
L. & X. Lit. Smelurs Ill's. C. F. I.
ls"4. Canadian Pacific ls.--s. Illinois
Central 101. Penna l.o3N. Erie C.
O. :.'2;,s. I J. It. T. 7" "h . ' R. A: - 11 2 .
Atchison 1 "',. Locomotive 7:!L, Su
gar i::ir',;, St. Paul 117. Copper 11::.
Republic Sttcl preferred !ts"4. Repub
lic Stool common :;.". Sotiibern Ry.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed, and Fuel.
Rook Island, Feb. 19. Follow ing are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Young chickens. 10c
per pound;; hens, per pound, Sc;
H. J. CHURCHILL
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BLOCK.
Both phones: New 5048; old
205'2 West Third Street, over
Der Demokrat Office. Old phone
Stocks, Bonds, Cotton,
Grain and Provisions
Bought and Sold for Cash or on
CALL US UP i FOR THE
H. J. Toher. A. L. Anderson.
H.J. TOMER & CO.
Private wires to New York and
109 Main Street, Davenport
Phone West 407.
ducks, per pound, 9 to Ulc; turkeys, per
pound. 14c to L'.c; geese, per pound.
t to luc.
l'.ui ter Dairy. 20c to 27c.
La i d 12c.
Eggs Fresh. 27c.
Yeg t a bles I ' it a t oes, 4 .'c.
Sheep Yearlings or over, ti to Jft.
Iambs-, $4.00 to fO.r.n.
Cattlt Steers. $Lul to $0.0(1; cow f,
ami boilers, $2.00 to $r..0O; calves $4.CU
Hogs Mixed, $0.7". to $7.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, "so to 4'ic; oats, 25e.
Forage Timothy hay. $1.'.; praitV.
$12 to $14; clover, mixed. $11 to $12;
straw, $7..-u io $s.
Wood Hard, per load, $.700 to $fi.r.0.
Coal Lump, bushel. 1" to 14c; slack
per lui.shel. 7 to So.
Imunvn (itAnutKLin.KiNui a (.inpAny.
Tuesday, Feb. 19.
lU'.NMW I IIOMI'sttVS
l T i:T-I IUXT lKlll FM)lli
imm iti.i: (i iiti:t.
l'RIC'KS- I'".'-, .".lie. T'.e. 1; l. im-s. $ 1
Seat s:ib- at lli-..ler. IMkum- west 21.
Five Nights, Commencing Monday,
Yiei Smile Yen l.aiif;b. Ymi Roar.
. Ihe uixlcrrisl IUIikII'oI.I llrlvr tin
'I'licvilriy t I ::tl Sli:ir. in l-'ronl
Seals on sale nt Klenze's drug store.
Ill Yet Se.-ond street.
1'rlceH 1 lie. 2e anil "He; bejxps, r.Oc.
K.li. 2". Arthur I l.i 1 1 tn;i u. tin" Croat
m V V al J '
III lfi 1 1 ll 1
Thursday, Feb. 21.
A Splendid I'le.l leli.in of
Ry a Company of Merit.
Ilenr 'I liorulou Cook. Ihe Hoy Mnicrr
See llir llrmilifiil Trnafrnn
lion, "I lir I'liiilit nt Ihe
I'RIi'lIS 1 J.",-, ::.".e ami Sue. Phone
West J J 4 .
I 18th St.
THREE SHOWS DAILY
3 P. M. 8 P. M. 9:15 P. M.
SPECIAI Entire change of program
.twice a week Mondays and Thurs-
Any Seat . .
Davis & Churchill. Circuit Operator!
Three PerforataBrea Dallr Thee.
10c ADMISSION 10c
Reserved Beats. SUu; Saturday matlaaa
tliililn l) under 12 vtfr. sc.