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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. FENKUAK V 10, V.V)7.
for a niirnher of days, but their at
tempts were futile.
A body, supposed to have bom that
of Mr. Nash, was Keen floating in the
river near Grand Isle, a few miles be
low. Davenport, a few days after tti
suicide, but the body went down bo
fore it was reached.
FOR THE DEFENSE
A Burlington Fisherman Finds
What Are Supoosedto be Re
mains of T. J. Nash.
Judge Gest Instructs the Jury in
Case Against Mississippi
Valley Traction Co.
DROWNED HERE DECEMBER 2
BROUGHT BY DANIEL LUCAS
Identified by an Acquaintance Son
Goes to Burlington to Remove
Tlic liutly of iin n.ncil man, suppose!
to lie that of Thomas .1. Na.-li. t'aMior
of (! oir C. Nash .aiMtit of the Ameri
can Kxpicss t'orupaiiy of this city, nn iio
commii'ctl suicidi.' Ih'c. 2 hy droppim;
off l lie middle of ihc shroud .-pan on
lln- Davenport sidi: of the KocU Island
l)iidse, was fouinl late yesterday af'.et
noon at lhii'liiiiitoii. Iowa.
A fisherman named Orion was row
ing upstream, when lie hiw t lie hody
lloa'inn past, lie fastc-md a line to i;
and towed i! lo IStii linnlon . where
Apent Hunter of tlie Iloo'h Kish it ()
ler company partly identified i' as the
remains of Mr. Nash, whom he Kie w
hy siht. Tlio identification was
strengthened ly imdinn the initials
T. .1. N. on -he cilliir of the shir; and
some" pa pi is which win- in the put 1.-
The son, (ierne Na-a of this ciiy.
was notified last ewnin bv Ion" dis-
tanee telephone, ;md from the descrip
tion that was .Uvea him of the body
ami the papers, he was .-;'iis!iil that
i: was that of his t'a'ler. II" l.d't il.is
mornin'z for lairlir.ntoa. If the body
is thai of his failnr. it will be iaken
lo his old home in Oiiumwj for burial.
It will be n :neiiilie:ed I ant old Mr.
Nash left Ids home that Sunday morn
in:;-. Die. 2. about in o'clock, saxia
lliat he was i;oin n Ihe pos!o!!ice lo
mail a couple of leiiirs. He mailed
Ihe letters, which when received re-
voided the fact that the wiil'r mean!
to make away with himself, lie went
from the poslofrioe t 'he iVny an 1
crossed tl'.e river :u Da vi upon, w h'-re
lie jumped from tic hriilue. Seavchiirj:
parlies drntwd the liver for his hody
Helen Van Dale Found Dead at Home
in Moline Supposed Only Slight
Coroner Kckharl was called to M )
line this morning to investigate tiie
death of Helen Van Dale, daughter ol
Mrs. Del.ariviir of South Seventh
street. The child was found dead Jn
bed ihU morning by her slepfalh-r.
AuguM Del.arivier. The child had:
lie!1:: ill for several days, but was not
considered in a serious condii ion. She
atttinied school up to Friday and did
not become bedfast till Sunday. N i
doctor was cal'ed. il be:ng the beliet
of the family that the giri was moielv
suffering 'th indigesi ion. The coro
ni r's j'iry decided iha: death was
caused by ilipht in rin and scarlet fevr
and placed no blame. A ounger biot'.i-
. i r i- il! will! tlie s-ame disease.
Plaintiff Sought to Recover $20,000 for
Injuries Sustained in Collision
in East Moline.
A meeMtig nil! be held Th'ilMbiy
i veiling at S o'clock a! Math's hall for
t':e purpose of nominating a citizens'
j municipal inlet. All who nave signed
the declaration and all who are in fa
erof ll'e movement are invited to .it-
I tcmi. i:i:t i "nvi: com.mittki:.
! U v 1 1. K. I'ui i is. Chaii man.
In the circuit court this afternoon
.ludge V. II. tbst instructed the jury
to find for tlie defendant in the ease of
Daniel 11. Lucas against tlie Missis
sippi Valky Traction company, in the
suit for $2u,Min damages for injuries
sustained in an accident abou: two
years ago. The taking of the evidence
is as concluded yesterday afternoon
and I!. K. !Yck. represent ins the com
pany, immediately made a motion to
instruct the jury for the defense. Af
ter considering the matter, which he
took under advisemen' until, tills after
noon, .Judge (lest allowed the motion.
aw :iu rnilo v,
Lucas was employed as a mo'oiinan
on a regular car at the lime of the ac
cident, which was cau.ieil by a work
train colliding with the car of which
Lucas had charge. Mr. Lucas alleged
ilia; he sustained severe injuries to
his leg. Tlie plaintiff was represented
by Ludolph i"i Key nobis and Ken wor
thy it Ken woi thy.
Rising frcm the Grave.
.A piouiliun: manufacturer. William
A. I'eiiwi ll. of Lu. ati a. N. (.'., relates i
;a mo.-,! rcmarka'.ile expei icnce. lie
Jsavs; "After taking less 'ban three'
( lloll.es ot I'.Ii-c: 1 ;c ll.nels, I leel liky
one rising from the grave. My trouble
is I'righ'.'s disease, in ihe diabetes
;sti'ue. I fully b lleve Kleciric Hitters
'. will cure me peiinaiiently. for i! has
already stopped the liver and bladder
I complications which have troubled me
, f .r e:irs." t'.uaraatced at W. T. Hartz'
drug .-lore, 11"! Twentieth street. I'rice
t4knrr:i lt l;iir limilit mill WviIim'n
iln : not niiit'li I'ti.-Mto in lniii-ritl ur-;
Ho- loi-Mt liinM't:ittirr !ouilit Ih
iiImmiI tin' t'i-M'.iiiK l''ii"l.
'I't-iii pi-rii) nr- ill 7 ;i. mi.. UN: u
l. in., .Ml. jMiiiiiini l-iiiM-rntiir- in liixl
.4 liiir, n: iiiiniiiiiiiii. 1!S. rlm-ify !'
viml :it 7 si. miles it-r limir. Slll;c
f atcr, ! IVt.
HE TOLD A L'
A a D k'E 5 H O U D r.LL EE ;
iTHS SAPS?.- A 5'uC!-Cb55rC'L;
jt j ! . ; . 1 I w J ( i i :i J if
t' I S K EF K o si ,f - n D r i
In "Men's High-Grade Worsted Suits
Suits worth $16.50, $18,00, $20.00
I'ish and oysters at .Men's.
Insure with Ucechcr Hroa.
l!uy a home of Iteidy Itros.
Tri fit y Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express, Sjencer & Trefz.
i liaees at the rink Wednesday night.
Alter-inventory sab-. Young & Jlc
: ( 'oliibs.
Ask for union made bread. It bears
Slliliey rhoes lor line, bright davs.
Kisb dinners dining Lent at tin
iioi k l.-hllid ho'ie cafe.
Read Ciisiafson .V: Hayes' ad on this
page for some straight clothing lips.
II. T. Siemon wants your liti and fur
nace work. 1 "l!j-1 5l!S Fourth avenue.
I i i ! : 1 1 - c Lee.! ihe Rock Is. and liou -e
cafe will make a specially of iish din
ners. l.'.". per (' III dbeoutll oil agent's s.l'i!-Ilie:-
side and b.leU coilibs at (lie M il
Ten doren men's $1 and .!.. shirts,
to close out i''.i ami T'.i cents. The Mill
of R. T. lodge l'.17 will giv
innual ball at Indus rial hall
Suits worth $20.00, $22.00, and $25.00
Take a look in our cast window.
A Discount of 33i on all our "Winter
Overcoats. Nothing reserved.
&OYI.5H MISCHIEF' MADE GEORGE WASH
INGTON CUT DOWN THE CHERRY TREE--TELLING
THE TRUTH GoT HIM OUT OF THE
SCRAPE. dUSTER BROWN HOLDS HIM UP
AS AN EXAMPLE, KNOWING THAT IT WAS
WASHINGTON'S HONESTY AND TRUTHFUL
NESS THAT MADE HIM FIRST IN THE
HEARTS OF HIS COUNTRYMEN. HONEST
MERCHANDISING AND TRUTHFUL ADVER
TISING HAVE MADE THIS STORE FoREMoST
AMONG THE GOOD-CLoTHES INSTITUTIONS
OF ALL THIS REGION, A POSITION WHICH,
5Y STRICT ADHERANCE To INTEGRITY OF
METHOD, WE MEAN TO MAINTAIN.
WHEN WE SAY A GARMENT IS WORTH
A CERTAIN PRICE AND OFFER IT FOR SALE
FOR LESS, A GLANCE AT IT SHOWS WE'VE
ToLD THE TRUTH, No MATTER WHAT THE
PRICE REDUCTION MAY BE. WE SELL FOR
LESS THAN ACTUAL WORTH MOST OF THE
TIME IT'S THE BEST ADVERTISING WE
With this balmy week cmc a frenh lot of the new
spring styles for men a very fair showing of the new suits
and p'enty of fashionnb'e fpririg coats find cravancttcs.
We want you to see them word descriptions count for so
Uttle a try-on or even a fook at these spring beauties
means infinitely more.
We are showing the new shoe styles in the famous
guarciitced 3ucrojap3 both in the high shoes" and oxfords.
Noaek. pianist. Kathriu N'oack. violin
ist. Charlotta Noaek, pianist, at Y. M.
('. A. hall Thursday. Fell. 21 a; S p. m.
When McC'abe's say "a clearance"
that's what ii means. An illustration.
in 1 in ir china, glassware, jewel! v.
imps, etc., this week, shows the com
lom public confidence in the McCabo
suits worth up to $!') f.'.'
S'.i after inventory sale. Young .:
t'lendelien's last dam e of ihe se i
son at liidustiial hall Saturday evening
( f this wci k.
Spring is coming fast. So are our
shoes. Come and see Ihe new spring
styles. Lage Waters.
Your choice of K, coals worth up lo
$1-1 for $:V!'S. after-inventory sale.
Young t Mel'ombs.
Trinity guild will meet tomorrow if
teilioon at 2:"u with Miss (liluio;
110 Second avenue.
Long opera coals, worth .V.i..i'i
while they last, afler-iiu'entory sale
l.". Young Vr McConibs.
liont spend your money gelling a
nidicd snowdrift. Ruy dry coal from
the Mueller Lumber company.
One loi slightly soiled shirt waisl
while they last. cent. nftr-;iivt n
lory sale. Young & McConibs.
.lob lot. Li'i pairs mens trousers
from "2 to In' waist, only !S cents,
long as Ihey last at the Mill store.
The cut prices on odd pieces of jew
elry. cm glass, bric-a-brac, etc., etc
drew a full house yesttrdily and today
Kathriu Noaek. the violinist, will Ir
heard at Y. M. ('. A. hall next Tliuiv
(Jay at S p. m., in the "Till Concerto,
by Do Meriot.
Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Cj'ompton, H2
I well! ii street, are Ihe parents ot a
line M)und daughter whom they
have named Hilnia .luaiiita.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
suteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Have you been to the McCabe odd
piece, odd lot sale of jewelry, cut glass
china, bric-a-brac, etc.? If not blam
j oin self only, as you have been strong
All tlie good things are not m any
one store, but there are enough at lb
odd piece sale of jewelry, china, etc.
at McCabe's to make a rpcord of value
giving not ofi n equaled.
Conctit by Christian OelscUIaesel
jiolinist, assisted by Madam Anna
Colonial Party Feb. 22.
Powder your hair or put on your w.g
Hid get in line at the big rink. Prizes
for the oldest dresses and for the best
'purge ami Manila Washington.
A Habit to Be Encouraged.
The mother who has acquired the
habit of keeping on hand a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saves
herself a great amount of uneasiness
and anxiety. Coughs, colds, and croup.
10 which cniKiren are susccpume are
quickly cured by its use. It counter
acts any tendency of a cold to result
in pneumonia, and if given as soon as
tin first symptoms of croup appear, it
will prevent the attack. This remedy
contains nothing injurious and mothers
give it to little ones with a feeling of
perfect security. Sold by all leading
Hot goulash Wednesday night at
leisenroih's place. I nl Kourlh avenue;
To Cure a Cold in One Day,
Take Laxative P.romo Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money a it fails to
cure. U. w. liroves signature is on
each box. 25 cents.
I'so'a li'tle Kodol after your meals
and it will be found to afford a prompt
and efficient relief. Kodol nearly ap
proximates the digestive juices. It di
gests what you eat. It is sold n a
guaranteed relief plan. Sold here by
l0 it AVI
Rock Island. Iu.
The Pennsylvania railroad is
planting a forest from which to
cut cross-ties in the future. This
is a wise look ahead, and serves
to remind the public that our ef
forts in your behalf are not just
for today, nor tomorrow but far
Many worthy people give their
jewelry patronage to the wrong
hoese, because they look for
gold where there is no indication
of its presence.
Prescience and far-sightedness
is making the name Ingalls a
hall .mark of excellence in dia
monds, watches and jewelry.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
Safe and sure in its action; pleasant
to take. Conforms to National pure
' food jnid drug law. Sold by all diug-
tnr 2 avi
Wish to announce
to their patrons
and friends that
they have remov
ed t h c i r store
room to the sec
ond floor of the
Rooms 212 and 213
i Court Severs the Bonds.
1 Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Divorced for the third and last time, not from my wife but from
my money, which is worse. From now on I quit all my bad habits, turn
over a new leaf and pay all my a ttention to the spot that cuts every
body's prices square in two. Don't laugh now for I am here to show
you. JONES, the meanest man in our old town. But not in Daven
port. What kind of business is he in? Everything! Is that so? Has
he been here long? Yes; over twenty years, I think. They say his
money never runs out, when it comes to buying your household goods.
Household goods sold on payments. Also loans made on household
goods, pianos, diamonds, jewelry, guns, bikes, musical instruments,
hardware, clothing, furs, silks, horses, wagons, buggies. Small loans
on houses and lots, say from $25 to $300 and payments to suit We
make a specialty of exchanging your old stove for a new or second
hand one. Come and get your pick out of 200 stoves, ranges, and
heaters, all guaranteed. Now then, if you don't like to come into my
store just call me up by phone as we have both, and order me around
to suit yourself. It will be all right with Johnny. All things are pri
vate. Household goods sold on payments. Open every evening. Good
prices paid for old gold and silver.
Will buy notes and mortgages. Once more on the stove business
if you can't make a better trade or buy the same stove cheaper from
me than any other place in the three cities then cut me off your list.
Goods sold on commission. Household goods stored. Remember, I
don't bar anybody out of my store, so good by. I wish you all well.
THE LARGEST SECOND-HAND DEALER
IN THE STATE OF
Cor. Eighteenth St.
and Second Ave.
1623 Second Avenue, FLock Island
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Lav. 4 Per Cent Interest PU on De
posits. Money Loaned on FerBonal Collateral or Real Estate leeerity.
Phil Mitchell, President.
H. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, CaEhler.
Began the business July 2, 1870,
and occupies S. R. corner of Mitch
ell & l.ynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart,
II. P. Hull.
K. W. Hurst,
kL 8. Cable.
Solicitors Jacksou Hursi