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THE ARGU&, I'M DAY, MAKCII -20. 11)07.
TWO JUDGES BUSY
Both C. E. Graves and W. H.
Gest Hold Sessions of Cir
cuit Court This Morning.
WOULD AMEND MACKIN BILL
Complainants Ask Leave to Allerjc
Further Particulars Hearing
Moline Telephone Case.
This morning there wcic for :i time
two sessions of the circuit toiirt. .Iildi;o
Graves presiding in I'm' iimri room
and hearin;; arsmiit tits in tin- case oi
Colic vs. (layer, ainl .linlm1 I .-1 hoi 1
iii court in his private rooms, ami
hearing arguments in various c;is.
Ilesides the foreclosure cast', .In. I ;e
(raves heard arguments in ihe case ;,t
Fierce & Ltiliiuisl vs. I-Mwaid Coiii.
administrator of tin estate of ladoi"
Ycrhulst. .Indue (i raves is lu re oaiy
for the (lay. He is expected to he in
the city to preside in the circuit court
in .lime, cxchanuinn with .Iud:e (iet
iit that. time.
Ilr.'irn l;lrkifl sr.
This inoriiini; .Indue Ce.-t heard ;ir
laments on a motion in the Mat-kin
will content, (ii amend the hill of ih
complainants by setting up inoie sp
citic details. The compl.i in utt s ask to
amend to allege the fiduciary relations
.t.'X.WtlX A. 11 LtJm
WE MAKE STRICTLY
WITH SNAP AND
FULL OF LIFE AT
PRICES YOU CAN
AFFORD TO PAY.
between Hon. William McFuiry and
Father Mat-kin, ami to alieue that Fath
er Mackin at the time he signed the
will in' litigation now he did not launv
the contents of the instrument, and
did not read it. Jud::e (lest took the
matter tinder advisement.
.Inilu iiu-iiI i:iiii- rli'uerl.
In the case of lVinaviti Cliue
a-rahist llt-nry Fleuel. the plaitu :i't :
tiled a relimmislitin lit of $J1.7n of lie:
verdict awariled tin m hy the jury, an I
.Indue Cost t inned . judgment for
$!ts.::n. The verdict was. for $12'. A
moiion for a new trial was denied, and
the defendant s attorneys asked an ap
pea! ot tile case. S.-iiri.r & Schrivv
lepn-st tiled the plain! ill's, and M.
Swei ney and .1. I.. Haas the defendant .
Il-iir 'IVIcplnMic I'jihi.
$20 TO $30.
ILLINOISTHEATER CUILUING g
Tliis afternoon .lud
iiii? tit uumetits in the qao warrau!-;
case of the city of Aiolme, through
A. Shallin-ru: as rela'or, iiuaitisl tie
t'intial I'tiion Teleid'oiie company, i i
compel tlie. company In mw iiy whit
liuht it operates in MoTtio. The ar
guments ate on the deaiurier to the
replication hy the city to the pleas ol
the defendant company. In the pp'.i-t-ation
Ihe city set up that the coin
pany had no lraiuhi.-e, hut is operating
nmler a license, and that if ii lias a
conduct with the city, the contraet
reipiircs that the company operate an
up to elite system and chariM- reason
able rates. Tiie company is repieseii'
ed hv Hon. William McKnirv tif this
city. I). K. Tone of Chicago, and W. 15.
Mai n of Indianapolis. The city is lei)
resented hy City A'toiiuy (I. A. Shn'i-Im-iu.
.lohu T. Kenwoithy of K. nworlhy
A: Ken woi thy of I Ids city, and the
stall's attorney in his ollicial eapaci'y.
'I'ii !l:tr I n.iiimt ion.
Tomorrow .litd-Je (ic.-t will hear the
injunction hill to prevent the city from
submit ; ini; the proposition of antiexiu-;
a part of South Kock Island, at t'es
c'tction. It is stated that arrange
ments have alieady heen made to
luin the a inn x.i i ii 'ii matter up in a
different form ii the ciiy is defeated
in Ihe injunction case now heforo l li .
rimiiiiil l':i' Vi-I,
.Indue Cest tliis mornin-r set a trii!
iist for next week, wlen .Indue Uain
sa is lo preside here. ,;id.ue lie.-i hoM
inu conn at Morrison. Tin- list in
cludes four criminal cases set for he.r.--inu
Monday, and the n mainder of the
Wi t k is lo ho ilevoted to civil business
Tiie Mackin will contest is set f.n
Tuesday, hut it Seetiis pl'ohah'c Ih::'
the case will no' he reached this ier::i.
as when jt was tried in the Si-p'enil)' r
term last year nine weeks were oce i
pied with the henrinur.
Tin- Trhil I
The i rial list r.et today-
I oplo vs. Fred W. Lortou
I'tuple vs. Harney Howland. As-j
.sank with intent to commit murder.
People vs. Henry Terry. Murder.
People vs. Howard LnGianue and
Kobcrt Howie. Hurudary and larceny'.
T I' ICS DAY.
Law. Rai'iiheru; vs. Colson.
Law. Stevens vs. Star Clothing V
Chancery.' Mackin ot al vs. Mat-kit
Chancery. Mark vs. Mark.
Law. Haley vs. Court of Honor.
W FUNKS HAY.
Law. Lninhpiist vs. Caldwell et .
Chancery. Grafton vs. Grafton. '
Law. Pick Ai Co. vs Lr.nney tz Co
Cl'.aticcry. In t'ie matter of the e-s
tale of Samuel Money, deceased.
Law. Morrow vs. Morrow.
Law. Simpson vs. Faruxi.
Law. Hulf'.im vs. Patterson.
Law. Hamlin vs. American Home
Law. Maj?er Matinfat I ui in;-; coin
pany vs. Tri-City Ktutilia company.
Law. Murray Machim ry conipan;
vs Ifock Island Daily News.
Chancery. Taller vs. Tuller.
Law. Cosmopolitan Fash com pan v
s. Lind. et al.
Chancery. Vayne vs. Payne.
Law. Marlinson vs. I'eterson.
Law. Fisher vs. Duncan Ai. Ktinsom
Law. DeMeycre vs. C.. K. I. & i
Law. Hooker vs. Drack.
L;uv. Zieha vs. Harper House com
pa n y.
Law. Spi nuler vs. Cailson.
Call slopped at No. '-'--. Law.
TO VOTE INCREASE
OF CAPITAL STOCK
Stockholders of Rock Island Southern
Will Meet at Harper House
The Kock Island Southern Kailroa
companv has announced a nuciinu of
ihe stockholders ef ihe comiany in
this ciiy May ft a- the purpose id' in
cii asin.u the capita,' stoek of tin" com
pany from $.-imh'0 to (.mii.niiO. In
view of the enlargement and t xtension
of the company's business and lines
the announcement is an important one
and uives a raiher del'miie line on the
action of the railroad authorities to
ward ihe hastening of the tnw road,
which will he huih either from this city
to Monmouth or Galesbur.u.
New Servicr to Springfield and Jack
.(., P. As St. L. railway No. 4 now
hittyvs 1'ijoria union depot at l::h j).
in. for iSprinuln in. .Jacksonville ami
inieiiut'diate jiuiuts, giving a through
(Connection for passengers leaving Rock
I Island at l:lu p. m. This .service is
in addition to trains leaving Peoria at
S a. ni. and p. m. daily.
New York. March Following are
Uhe opening high, low and closing quo-
LIKE EGOS FRESH
From the Farm
ARE OUR SHOES
FRESH FROM THE FACTORY. NEV
ER PACKED, ONLY BY THE MANU
FACTURER, AND UNPACKED BY
US. FRESH EVERY DAY. GIVING
OUi: CUSTOMERS THC VERY LA
TEST STYLES AND THE BENEFIT
OF THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Wc are showiny some very snappy
styles in Ladies' Oxfords.
A rial Tii s. Hlucher Ties, Gibson Ties,
and Oxford Ties, in gun metals ami
patents; all patents and patent vamps.
Willi dull mat calf lop; prices
S12.50. Sa.S.. SJ. S3.50
Mar-d itiald A: Kiley's all patent ami
gun metal Oxfords; all the
" w si;,i" -': " sri.oo
L. A;- P.. Men's all ptm nl Op
ioids, tn w la. t; pi ice SI.0
.lohn Mitchell uii metal and patent
Oxlords. all styles.
Misses' and Children's Oxford Ties
in patent leather, gun metal or kids,
Gibson, Blucher or any style. Boys',
Youths' and Little Gents' Oxfords of
Co., 1703 Second Ave.
lations on the market today:
Rot k Island piefetred. 'l:ys. -
"'s. -1 '
Itock Island common. I"i. !". II. I.".
St. Paul. Vl's. V.V1"'. Is's. l::i
Missouri Parilie, Tl.'7,, Tl'-, 7-v
Atc hison common, s. 'MK ss. s:t
Canadian I'acitie, 1;7, 1S'., Ki
Illinois ('tin i ;it. Ill, 1!.".'., Ill,
i nioii Paeiiic. .1 lt;i;'',, 1:11,
Southern Paeiiic, 7!. SI " . 7xn.;. Si.
Sou! ht 111 Ry., -1' ,. i;l. -Jl',. L'L'.
Ti xas Paeiiic. 1M;7s. ?s:. -'', -St.
Peima. 1lM. iL't:. lJn'i. l--1..
N. Y. Central. 1HP ,. lis, lid, M7'i.
Wahasli common. 11',, 11'.',, 1 II',,
is. & o., nr., rs. :m;. H7!i.
Reading., lntfc (;.",. PHTs. P'lli-
Klie, 'Jtl's. "":'i. -:l;'s. -"e"s.
L. Ai N.. lit;, lis. ik;, 117-H.
N. & W.. 7'i. 7S. 7;U, 7S.
C. . (.. II. ll"s. 4U"-s. tl.
M. K. T. preferred, t;:;U, CI',, fi::',!-.
M. K. T. common, :.l'i. :c,, siu,,
Stiuar. PJI. PJf.'i. 121. 12::',.
P.. R. T.. ."."' ,, :,::'.. .in. r,L'.
Gas, sst., s;i'., is',.j. sti.
Smelters. lir.'L.. 12'i'i, 11.".'.. lift7;.
Copper. Si;-"-H, S'X-u, S."Vi, SS.
c. F. I.. ::::vi.
'. S. Steel preferred. !;. !tS. flt;,
) ; 1 .
I". S. Steel common,
a. c. & F.. ::,,
National Lead, .",."',. HS";, .'.")',,
Locomotive. CI, t;2. Cn'M. (12.
A. N. C., 2;n:;i, 2i;:L 2t;ni,. 202.
Pressed Steel. :'."V2. WH. "'V2. 31.
Great Western, 1:1',. II. 13',. r.Vvt.
Repuhlie Steel preferred, 7!t;;i, S'l-Tx,
Reinihlje Stet-1 common. 21vi, 25,
f). Ac W., 37. 3S, 37. 3S.
Pacific Mail, 21'i, 21', 21', 21'i.
1 a orr"n
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L ?S. J
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; -i I?'?.
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of Quality i
This important f display serves to
illustrate the pointiof perfection we
have achieved in our various lines j of
high grade clothing !thrui constantlyin
sisting for the best that can be pro
duced by the most skilful tailors and
designers of pronounced lability.
You can come to the S. & L. tomor
row and in half an, hours time walk
out with a perfect fitting suity and
experience the same degree of satis
faction that you would from the most
exclusive tailors. Let us prove the
truth of this assertion tomorrow. Com
plete display of the newest spring
fashions $10 to $38.
Easter Hats the newest shapes and
shades in all proportions. Shirts in
new novelty patterns fancy, for
eign hosiery, -the best makes
and newest shades in Easter
Gloves and an unrivalled :
display of Men's fancy
ren s ranor
Complete display of the newest crea
tions in boys' and children's suits, top
coats and furnishings now ready in
children's parlor. Special Easter offer
ing of spring suits and top fC
coats for little fellows at CpJ.VJU
SIMON & LANDAUER
Vegetables Potatoes, Inc.
Hogs Mixed. lo
Sheep Yearlings or over, 4 to $0
lambs. $ I.." 1 1 to $i;.7.".
CaPh S;eers. $;'..."' to cows and
heifers. to $ t ..": t alvts, ?!.r.u to .
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, Me to 12c; oats, 11
Forage- Timothy hay, $15: prairie,
$12 to $!.".; clover, mixt d. ?1I to $12;
straw, $7.."'i to $S.
QOOOOOOOOOG OOOOOOOOOOOOOGOC OOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOG
I Beautify Y our Home
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed, and Fuel.
Rock Island, March 29. Following
are the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Young chickens. 10c
per pound;; hens, per pcund, 8c;
ducks, per pound, 9 to 10c; turkeys, per
pound, 14c to 15c; geese, per pound,
9, to 10c.
W. C. HUBBE
As spring graces the landscape,
by papering your walls with a
selection from our dainty, bright
wall papers. We have a new
line of the latest designs, every
one of which is as sweet as a
garden of roses. The cost of
decorating your house will be
found to be remarkably, low, and
as we do only the very best work,
ycu will soon see how it pays to
give us your patronage. Also a
full and complete line of the cel
ebrated Masury's house and floor
points, brushes and varnishes,
are sold here.
1G12 Fourth Avenue
! MM PR M
1715 SECOND AVE
Wood Hard, per lead, $5.00 to $5 50.
Coal Lump, 'bushel, 13 to 14c; 6lack
per busbel, 7 to Sc.
Don't you ever get tired of having
your dentist stick a little cotton or ce
ment in a tooth and "monkey" along
for months on a piece of work which
you knew shou!d be done quickly?
If you want good work done in a
reasonable time, come and let me talk
The London Building.
Butter Dairy, 25c to 27c.
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