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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1907.
TO RESTRAIN MEN
Stove Company Seeks an
junction Against Striking
HEARING ON BILL TOMORROW
Names 20 Men as Defendants, and Sets
up Company's Side of Differ
ences With Employes.
An Injunction was filet in the ciieu:!
court by tho Hock Island Stove com
pany Into Satnnlay afternoon to re
Mrain tho sinking metal polishers
from interfering with the company'.
employes anil from committing; vio
b-nce on the streets near the factory.
The bill will be In aril tomorrow morn
ing in tin' circuit court. II. A. Weld
represents the company, ami the d '
fendants will be represented by .1. K
Witter. The bill is tile restili of 111"
elstiirbance near tho factory la -vi
Thursday evening. The bi'l for tii--injunction
sets up the company's side
of the differences which result oil in
l he strike three weeks ago. and allei
is that the strikers have accosted in
a violent mannr the nun who hav
taken their places, and charges th it
ettain of the I'" men named as do
leiidauts attacked .John II. ("ox and
Frank Steel Thursday evening.
'I In- Dcfriiil.'iutH.
The met! named as defendants are (I
My rs.Hin Rim k.Su plu n .Moure. Henry
1 la nslia w.William I'feiffer. I Mi 11 1 loifman.
1'ied Uovde. Ilinrv Nixon. ilenrv
Si have, Frank I'ooim r, (Iits Krocg.-r.
lleinian Schmidt. I" red Stanley. 1M
l.edwel!. Hetny ISuWers. .lames Ca -dell,
John Tiio:i;as. W. M. S.-hniiii.
ami Herman Sclmve. The comi:iny
asks that the court re.-train the men
front "reviling, threatening, assault in.'.
:md interfeiing with eiiiphiyes." or in
terfering unlawfully with the cotepi
tiy's hiisines.-. et assembling on the
streeK in ih; vi 'nity of the lactory.
The bill is Mgno:l by Frank: Mivtei . -pie.-ident
of i lie company.
May Make ( li.irm. '
It is reputi.d that but it th; non
union men and the unien men. ai'.
planning to make criminal charge
but as yet no couipla'.iii have been
visors to ho held Tiu'sday, March 1.
At this meeting the hoard will hear the
report, of the finance committee on tho
differences between the committee and
I). II. l.yoiifi, former county treasurer,
and will take action on tile commit
tee's recommendations for the collec
tion of the ?:,41;.7i taken by .Mr. Ly
ons as his salary as supervisor of as
sessments. The committee will, it is
niulerstiK.il. recommend .that suit he
commenced against Mr. Lyons and Ins
bondsmen for tin? annum:.
WORKING ON CARS
OF THE NEW TYPE
Four of Those for Hill Lines are
ing Constructed at Street Car
four cars of the tu-w type being
by the Tri-Cily Kail way coin
to lake the place of the old ones
le fjini street, i.ong view ami
lines ate rapidly Hearing
completion and will probably be ready
to install on the respective lines in the
com so of a mouth. The workmen have
been working on tho cars for some
time, and have one of them almost
completed and are now waiting for the
stats. The other three cars are well
under way. The new cars will be a
decided improvement over the old. ill
speed, comt'or: and seating capacity.
The cars are :::: feet over all in length
ami as wide as the large cars on the
Finn tii avenue and Third si venue lines
between Rock Island and Moline. The
sealing capacity is :I2 passengers.
There will be four longitudinal seats at
each end of the cars ami eight cross
eats in center or lour on each side.
i ne estimties are unusually large, as
are the steps leading into the cars.
The cats are 1,-uil- I'.ir winter service,
but the windows can be removed, mak
ing a comfortable summer car.
BOARD MEETS NEXT WEEK
Supervisors Will Act on Collections of
$3,416 from Former Treasurer.
Notices have been sent out for the
tegular meeting of the board of super-
Rising from the Grave.
A prominent manufacturer, William
A. Fen weM, of l.ucama. X. (. relates
a most remarkable experience. lie
says: After taking lc.-s than three
bottles of Electric Hitters, I feel like
one rising from the grave. My trouble
is l'.righfs disease, in the diabetes
stage. I fully believe Kloetric Hitters
will cure me permanently, for it has
already stopped the liver anil bladder
complications which have troubled mo
fer years." Guaranteed at V. T. Ilartz"
drug store, "ul Twentieth street. Trice
That's all. Wtd' said, when you siy
that I lollister's Kooky .Mountain Tea
is the greateM family remedy on earth.
It does you good going and com in."'.
cents, tta or tabhts. T. H. Tho
jVVHICH WAY ?
I I -v I 1 UCAITU .
wne despair i i L
-..jT - K r V 7" br c, Convenience
XOALEATER c&-zS-- 1 V
r EXTRAVAGANCE j 1
IDEAL Boilers and
Why not let uj route you to good
health. The economy in fuel consump
tion will in due time pay a!l transporta
Afen. A vers & Company
IH'JI Secoiiil Aimiifi Him'W ImI:iui1, HI.
Jury in Circuit Court Returned
Verdict for $2,750 for
FOR DEATH OF LITTLE CHILD
Suit Was for $10,000 Against Interur
ban Companies Criminal Docket
is Taken Up.
number of music lovers of the three
cities was present and greatly enjoyed
the well rendered program.
W. C. T. U. Meeting. A meeting of
the W. C. T. U. will be held tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W.
Stewart, 821 Nineteenth street. Busi
ness of importance will be transacted
and members are urged to be present.
Five O'clock Tea. Mrs. Samuel Ed
wards, at her home, Silt; Twenty-third
street, is this afternoon entertaining at
a 5 o'clock tea.
administrator of the
of his 2 year-old son. Morris Eng-
lunti, was' awarded damages
against the Moline. East Melino & Wa
tertown Hailway compr.uy and the Mis--d.'sippi
Valley Traction company ly
ttie jury in tile circuit court. The case
was given lo the jury tit :!::!n Saiurdav
afternoon, and a verdict was reached
at M o'clock. The court
notified, and Judge (Jest
verdict at 11 o'clock.
I'air ( liilil'N lli-ulh.
The suit was brought lo recover $10.
oimi damages for the death of the child,
who was killed by ;m interurban car
on Fourth avenue, between Twen'y
f on rill and Twenty-fifth streets. Moline.
June 27. r.m.-i. Oakleaf & Oaklcaf and
Kenworthy & Ken worthy represented
the plaintiff, while Senile & Marsha!!
appeared for the ilefoiiilHIlts.
Ileum Criminal iincm.
This afternoon a new jury reported
in the circuit court, and Judge Gest
took up the criminal docket. The lirst
case is tiiaf. against Elmer Donahue
for grand larceny. Donahue is charg
ed with tlie tin ft of cloth ing and jew
elry from the home of Homer Hinkley
State's Attotnev Scott is prosecuting
ho case, while 1!. F. Schriver reple
Hill fur Divorce.
In a bill for divorce filed in tlie cir
nit court today. Mrs. Oilie Whittner
barges her husband
lhy were married at
KILLED BY WHEELS
OF FREIGHT TRAIN
Moline Young Man Attempting to
Board Cars is Thrown Under
Trucks in Davenport.
1 !;:. mid lived together until
lasi year. Schriver AL- Schriver
complainant s solicitors. .Airs.
titer ;isUs to resume her maiden
liss Ollie Roberts.
Society lows, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argils, will
l.e nl;elly received and published. Itm
either e.ise the identity of the senile
nneu lie made known, lo insure rclia
lulity. Written noii.es must bear sig-
t m e ;i nd ;ohlress.
A young man believed to be either
George D. or Leigh I bouillon of Mo
line. was beheaded this atlern'.ou in
Davenport, when he and a companion
attempted to hoard nn east bound
height train at the Fifth sliest via
duct. The young man's companion
made the train, but Hamilton was
thrown under ihe win ids. and his head
tut entirtly from the body. Tho vic
tim of the afci-l' nt, a young man. had
in his pocket rwo cards of I he Moline
public library, one bearing the name vd'
G.joige H. I lainiiti li. and tin o'h- r of
i.eign Hamilton. ctmita avenue.
.IoIine. The supposition is that Ihe
two young men intended to ho.iri
height train and ride to Moline
DISPOSE OF STOCK
Harris & Hess Company Sells
Grocery Store to Lange
WILL BE CLOSED OUT
Affairs to Be Wound Up Organized
by Consolidation of Two Grocer
ies Year Ago.
GET QUARTERS FOR
OLD LADIES' HOME
Applications from Those Who Wish
Enter Desired at an Early
Kinney-Roetzien. Tlie marriage of
Miss Gertrude Koetzten to George Kin
ney ot tins city took place at the honi"
of T. G. Gillespie, 421 S Seventh avenm
with whom the bride has made her
home for three oars. at 7 o'clock last
evening. Rev. H. li. Ha.en of the EUge-
ood Map! ist church performing the
i ( reinotiy. .Miss Allie (oliespie played
the wedding march and the attendants
were Miss Agnes Tooney and Thomas
Gillespie. I lie brides gown was white
rsian lawn Willi valonohnnes inserts
and she carried white carnations. Af
ter the ceremony a wedding reception
and dinner was given. The groom is
employed in the steel mills. Mrs. Kin
ney is a southern lady, her home being
a- Datona. F!a. Mr. and Mrs. Kinney
will diiake their home at Second street
and Fourth avenue, Moline, where they
have furnished a home.
The ladies connected with the Old
Ladies' Honi-e of Hock Island county.
recently mcorporaieii tiv ine Kings
Daughters, announce that they hav
leased minors :n this citv and expect
to open the home alxuit the first of
April. A number of applications on
the part of those who desire to avail
themselves of the advantages of the
institution nave neen received, hut it
is desired that, these he made mort
definite. Therefore they ask tflat. al
who wish to enter tno Home trom anv
part of the county at once notify Mr:
I-. . Maiinscn or any mt tuber ot tae
King's Daughters in Hock Island.
Mrs-. G. II. Huntoon of Moline. Til
ladies decline lo state sit. this tim
wiuo. tp.iaiters iney nave secured, but
say they are well adapted to thojr
The Harris & Hess Grocery company
store. Eighteenth street and Third ave
nue, has been sold to lange & Heit
mann. the deal being closed Saturday
evening. Tlie purchasers of the stock
at present contemplate merely selling
out the sttxdi. ami do not plan to op
erate a store at this location. The
deal is understood to be the first move
to settle up the affairs of Ihe Harris
& Hess company. What plans have
been made by L. S.. McCabe, the own
er of the building, for its fir lire occu
pancy are not given out.
WlIM It ( OIINUlldllf l)ll.
The Harris & Hess company was
formed on the. consolidation of the gro
cery stores of the Hess liros. and V.
H. Harris, a stock company being or-
anized and a large store opened in
the McCabe building. The store has
been in operation something over a
before o clock, oeath being due to
a sudden attacK oi spinal meningitis.
He had been suffering for a few wcoks
with pneumonia and last Thursday was
taken to the hospital for treatment.
Saturday morning he reported to the
attending physician that he was feel inn
very well, lull in ini' evening he grew
worse rapidly, spinal meningitis set
ting in. He was born in Greece and
was about 155 years of age. The re
mains were taken to his home in Dav
enport yesterday alteration.
The only form of food made
from wheat that is all nutri
ment is the soda cracker, and
yet the only soda cracker of
which this is really true is
soda cracker scientifically
soda cracker effectually
soda cracker ever fresh,
crisp and clean.
soda cracker good at all
0 In a dust tight.
moisture proof package.
Y. S. McCombs
from the east.
George E. Work wen
unlay to spend a few
Manager Cox of the
to Ottawa Sat-
Saturday from Chicago.
(a fiord of Monmouth spent
A Truthful Statement.
Is our motto. Truthful statements and clean business methods, in
turn, attract truthful and worthy customers; hence, our large and
healthy business with the public in general.
If truthful statements, clean and legitimate business methods mean
anything to you when looking for a loan, we ask only an interview to
affirm that claim.
We make a specialty of transacting quick loans, for long or short
time, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, and other personal property,
without disturbing same. No publicity or annoyance, no deductions or
extra expense, and a square deal from start to finish. See us today,
and get acquainted with the better way. '
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Hllrhrll A I.yndr Block, Room 38. ROCK ISLAND, II.I..
Offlpe hours 8 a. iu. to p. m. and Saturday rvraloss. Trlruhoa Wnt
614. SfH THrphoae 0011.
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All Right Whist Club. The All Uight
Whist club held its mid-season ban
quet at the Hotel Harms Saturday ev
ening. T. C. Uoantree acted as toast
master, and several of the members re
sponded to toasts, after which a pro
gram was given. The first number
was phonographic selections by K. K.
Russell, and ibis was followed by a
vocal solo and duet by E. E. Russell
and T. C .Uoantree. Mr. Wicker acted
as magician and ihe Arsenal quartet
gave a selection. Mr. Roan tree gave n
whistling solo and Miss Wade followed
with a violin solo, and the program
ended with another selection by the
Arsenal quartet. Miss Uoantree acting
as accompanist. The remainder of the
evening was passed in dancing. The
next meeting of the club will he held at
the home of E. E. Russell on Four
teen th-aml-a-half s'reet.
Tenth Wedding Anniversary. Mr
and Mrs. Howard Dempsey. at their
home. 112S Second avenue, entertained
a number of friends .Saturday night.
Cinch was played at four tables. It
being tlnir loth wedding anniversary
they were presented with a set of sil
ver spoons, Mr. Stanton making die
presentation speech. A course lunch
eon was served, during tne evening.
YOU WILL FIND IT TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO FAVOR US
WITH YOUR ORDERS FOR JEWELRY. WHY GO ELSEWHERE
WHEN YOU CAN GET SATISFACTION HERE AT ANY AND ALL
TIMES? WE SOLICIT YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE.
WE FIT YOUR EYES IN A SCIENTIFIC MANNER.
Inspector for C, R. I. & P
and C. B. & Q. Railways.
Birthday Surprise Party. A company
of 20 friends surprised Walter E. Smith
at. his home, fion Seventh street, in
honor of his birthday anniversary
Gaines and music helped pass the ev
ening and a delicious three-course
lunch was served. The host was pre
sented with a large chair.
Birthday Party. Robert Kuschmann
of South Heights was pleasantly sur
prised at Reselin's hall Saturday ev
ening by about, fifty-five of his friends
in honor of his birthday anniversary
The evening was passed with card
anu uancmg, and refreshments were
Sigfred Laurin in Recital. Sigfred
Lanrin gave the second of his series of
recitals Saturday afternoon in the an
ditorium of Augustana college. A large
Mrs. Lawrence Peterson.
Mrs. Lawrence Peterson died at 4:"d
yesterday afternoon at her home, fino
Twentieth street, death being due to
old age. She was born in Sweden
in 1SI14. In lS.r:! she came to thi
country with her parents and settled
in Chicago, where she lived for six
years, coming from there to Moline in
lesicimg mere about live years.
Stie removed to Milan in lst!4. and
lived there until about five years ago
when she came to Rock Island. Slu-
was a member of the Swedish Raptist
church of this city. She is survived by
r.er niisiiand. J.awrenre Peterson, six
laughters. Taurine, Tillie, Olive. Lvdi.i
ind littie of this city, and Mrs. Edga
Olson of Chicago, and four sous. Os
ar P. of Moline, Hedley and Lawrenci
Ir.. who reside near Milan, and Hump
ford of Kirkman, Iowa. She is also
survived by a sister in Sweden and a
brother of lloston, Mass. Funeral ser-
ices will be held tomorrow morning at
10 o'clock at Chippiannock cemetery.
Lieutenant. Stanley Wood, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Wood, who formenv re
sided in this city, died last Friday on
board a Tinted States battleship ply
ing in the Indian ocean, death being
due to pneumonia. He was
returning from a three years
cruise when he became ill. He
was about 29 years of age. The fam
ily a number of vears ago resided in
his city, removing from here to Otta
wa, their present home. The remains
will be sent from New York to the
home in Ottawa as soon as the ship
carrying the hotly arrives.
Mrs. Mary E. Reynolds.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Reynolds died
Saturday evening at ! o'clock at the
home of her son, E. E. Reynolds, 1011
f-ifteenth street, deatn being due to
peritonitis. She was horn in Cumner-
land county, Ohio, and was 71 years of
age. The remains were taken to ;nts-
catine this morning and from there to
Reynolds, where the funeral services
were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Burial took place at the Reynolds
Sunday with Rink Island friends.
Oscar Crouse of Galesburg is visit
ing friends and relatives in the citv.
Alderman A. G. Anderson is in Min
neapolis, where he will spend several
j. W. Ellinwood of Indianapolis.
Ind.. formerly of this citv, arrived ii
the citv this morning.
u. i. I'etorson leaves this evening
for Sheyonne. X. I)., after a visit ot
everal weeks in the citv.
W. It. Mclntvre left todav for
Springfield, whole "no will address the
Kttait .Merchants association at its
annual banquet this evening.
Mrs. .1. M. Keim of this citv. has
eeii engeged to .tad the choir of
John's Methodist church. Daveimon
and will take charge next Simdav.
.1. L. Havener of Chicago, is spend
ing several days with his aunt. Mr:
Jennie Dow of Fourteenth-and-a-half
treet. Mr. Havener is a member o!
Rrooks" band and is returning from a
concert, tour in the south.
Kev. and .Mrs. li. li. Williams went
lo Clinton thM Uiernoon to n ar Gyp-
Smith, the great English evangelis'
who closes a. series of mee'h.gs tin
this evening. Mr. Williams wnl invite
Mr. Smith to appear in Rock Island
before departing for the east.
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Rid of All the Worry
About Your Debts
Figure up their total, then come to us and we will lend you the
money to pay them. You can pay us back in small weekly or monthly
Installments that you can easily be prepared, to meet. We loan on fur
niture, pianos, teams, or almost any kind of personal security. And
the cost will be small less with us than with anyone else.
Xote below the cost of loans under our liberal plan:
COc per week for 50 weeks pays a $25 loan.
$1.20 per week for 50 weeks pays a $50 loan.
$2.40 per week for 50 weeks pays a $100 loan.
Letters and phone cal' given prompt attention.
Old Phone N. 2425.
Open Saturday Nights.
219 2 Brady Street.
Advice to mothers. Don t let your
children waste away. They can :;
strong, healthv and vigorous with Hoi-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It's a
switt winged messenger ot neaitn.
cents, tea or tablets. T. H. .Thomas'
GRANULATED SUGAR, 21 LBS. FOR SI .00
BLUE RIBBON RAND RAISINS. 1 LB. PACKAGE IOC
BEST TOMATOES, PER CAN 1 Ot
GOOD SUGAR CORN. PER CAN
RUMFORD BAKING POWDER, LB. CAN 20
NAVEL ORANGES, LARGE SIZE. PER D02 12f
ROCK ISLAND SOAP, 12 BARS FOR 25
STRICTLY FRESH COUNTRY EGGS, PER DOZEN 2oC
Cll Seventeenth street, Rock Island. Xew Thone 5211; old 721-K.
1707 2V AVt
Rock Island. 111.
Bath Room Beauty
Mrs. Anna Conrad.
Mrs. Anna Conrad died yesterday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of
her son, .lohn Conrad, 1200 Thirty-fifth
street, death being due to old age. She
was 85 years of age. She is survived
by three sons, John C. of Rock Island.
Henry of Moline, and Claus of Omaha.
Funeral services will be held Wednes
day afternoon' at 2 o'clock at the home
of her son. Burial will take place at
the Lutheran cemetery
Nicholas Bardgis, 320 Le Claire
street, Davenport, died yesterday morn
ing at St. Anthony's,, hospital shortly
We have installed a modem
gold plating apparatus and are
now prepared to produce the
rose, roman, antique and all the
new finishes, equal to any shop
in the country.
When you have spectacles,
eyeglasses, brooches, rings or
any jewelry whatever, to be re
paired, bring it to us.
Of course, neither extraordin
ary merit or the ability of genius
will count for us unless you
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u 1. I-
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stalling of high-grade, modern
plumbing fixtures. If your
fixtures are old and unsanitary," a new
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lavatory will work wonders in the apoearance JX1
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" Decide now to change from the old to the
new- way and let us quote you prices on these
fixtures. 1 hey cost less than you imagine.
We estimate at any time and guarantee all
Repair jobs given prompt attention.
work to satisfy you.
112 Went Seventeenth St. Iloth Phone.
70? V AVI
Rock Island. III.
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Like distinction ot 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 see and
select "wall decorations here at your
leisure, as you will find our goods
priced very low.
P aridon Wall Paper Co.
419 Seventeenth Street.