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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1907.
THROWN IN RIVER
Gust A. Newstedt, of Moline,
Believed to Have Been Vic
tim of Thugs in Chicago.
IS RESCUED FROM WATER
band of In or 50 pieces with the t rl
city delegation lu the li.iliimal meeting
at I'hiladelir'isa in July will be discuss
ed by members of the Tri-City Phila
delphia Hub. composed of members who
iniend to iittend 1 lie meeting. The
question was up hetore the Moline Elks
last evening, and it was sejiS' sled that
in defray the expenses of the trip threo
conceit-; be iriven, one in each of ihe
FROM HIGH WALL
Plight Discovered by Captain of Tucj,
and Crew Forms Human Chain
to Pull Him Out.
(Just A. N'ewstedt. a Moline machin
ist, was rescued from the Chicago rive;
this linn nint; hy members of a crew 11:1
board one of the tusis plying the river.
Captain diss, in charge of the tu".
saw the man's form in the water, an i
by forming a human chain over the
side of the boat, nicmhnv of the rn v
hauled tile Moline man from iln- wao-r.
lie was dazed an.l unable to expl.t':'
how he came to be in I he water. ;m !
was taken to a police station to !).
cared for by the authorities.
UN Tliron n In.
It is believed by the police th.tr
Xewstedt was robbed while under th
influence of liquor, and that his as
sailants threw him into the water afier
relieving him of his prop.tty. Xew
stedt lias been employed at :he Wil
liams, While & Co. plant, bt: went t
Chicago a lew days tisu. lie hoard.'!
on Nineteenth street near the ci!y
limits in Moline.
ISodi-ty news, writton or telephoned
tci ttie s" iety eilitnr of The Arfius, will
foe gladly rrcei veil ami published. Hut
in cither casi- the iihntity of the sender
must be made known, to Insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
MAY TAKE A BIG BAND
Elks to Consider Plan for Delegation to
At the meeting of Hie J Jock Island
Elks I his evening the plan to take a
Hinds-Loughran. The marriage r
Miss Airnes I. I.ouiiraii, daughter irf
Mr. and Mrs. .losi ph Lou'uian of S.N
I'arnam street. Davenport, to LeVern"
Hinds of this city took place yesterday
mortem: at 5 o'clock at the Sacred
Heart cathedral. Davenport, Key. Fath
er Walsh oflici.it ini;. They were a'
tended by the btid.'s cousins Mi-,.-tier!
rude (in ! n and Isaac (Ireeii. Fo'
lowin tin- ceremony a wedding break
fast was served at. the bride's horn
and Mr and Mrs. Hinds then left for
Chicago. They will visit in Kacim .
Wis and later at. Davis, 111. the horn 1
of the groom's parents. Mr. Hinds is
chit f bill clerk at the C M. & St. l'a-.i1
freight office in this city his bride if
an accomplished youni? woman, a srad
mite of the schools of Davmport anil
the Immaculate Conception. They will
bt? at home after June 7 at i:!2ti Filt'.i-aiul-a-lialf
June J. Johnson, 914 Third avenue,
brick layer employed on the new
wall being erected at the Tri-City Rail
way company's power station on Sec
ond avenue and Twenty-third street,
fell from the wall, a distance of 155
eet, about. 4 -.oil yesterday afternoon.
the accident resulting in his sustaining
fracture of his left ankle, a broken
aw, a severe sprain ot tlie wrist an J
bruises about the body. The wall U
being erected in the interior of th.?
building and Johnson was workiu;;
near one of the large smoke stacks. J;
is supposed that he became faint from
the intense heat from the smoke staok
md lost his balance. The ambulance
was called and lie was tauen to :.
Anthony's hospital, where physicians
red need the fractures and dressed his
injuries. His condition is not re
garded as dangerous.
Crampton-Smedes. The marriage of
Dr. Ccorg Sumner Craiuptou of
Philadelphia, and Miss Hazel Sniede.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
SrtvoU.es of Vicksburg. Miss, took plaix-
wuw jm i mtf jm.ii, l l;';;www'jjiuuj'j'lf iiif"'ii!,'Wiftiwni k.,'igj nnnwiniim!iiiiiiMiii,ti
We Say to You
Buy 'em to fit. Get style, too.
Shop, shop here with us. We've
the proof. Of what? Good
$15.00 to $30.00
Boys Knee Pants Suits 00
Special fine values at
J. Johnson Sustains Painful Injuries
in 35 Foot Drop at Power
esterday at the home of the bride.
Dr. Crampton is the son of Mr. an i
Mrs. Richard Crampton of t li in
ity and is a practicing physician
it I'hiiadeiiipta, 1.1. wnere n"
md his .bride will make the'r!
home. He has many friends in
the citv who will extend heartiest con-
ratttlations. The bridal party will go
to Oak Park. Chicago and there at
tend a family reunion to he held L
morrow night, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Ciampton's daughter, M.s.
rthur Heurbley. Mrs. Kichartl Cramp
ton is aheadv there and Mr. Cramptoti
will leave for Chicago in the morning.
to be in attendance at the reunion.
E. W. E. Club Meets. The E. V. M
dub was entertained last evening a:
the home of George Scheuermann.
HH5 Twenty-third street. Supper was
served and the evening was spent very
pleasantly in playing games and othe.'
amusements. Those present, were:
Cecelia Hurkhart. Leota Weltlin. Her
mina Geiger. Walter Dunn. Louis
nor. Edward Lereh and George
Scheuermann. The club will next im e:
at the home of Cecelia Burhart, 14 i ".
Emerald Club . Dance. :Tke . lai ges.1
lahcing party' of the season' was given
at the Tower last evening by the Em-
rald club, about. V.'.T, couples being i 1
lttendance. The club is composed 01
tri-city young men and ttieir tianciaj;
parties have always been very plets-
nit affairs. Last evening's party wis
the first of a series to be given during
the summer. .
Celebrate Birthday. Mr. and Mr-.
H. Clemann gave a party to anou
thirty of their friends at their honi
hist, evening in celebration of M;.
Clemann's birthday. An elauora'
luncheon was served. Mrs. J. Clemann
and Louis Salzmann won the highest
honors at cinch. The consolatio 1
prizes were won by Mrs. Arthur Salz
mann and Al Died rich and the booby
prizes by Ihe hostess and F. Meyer.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday of this week
Choice Elgin creamery, only 2'
cents iter pound. .Not more man j.
pounds to a customer.
THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC
32S Twentieth street.
A Good Investment.
The greatest health regulator, is .
bottle of good peer taken, with meal-;.
Cross-Country is the best obtainable.
Telephone West S9 old or COS! new.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
Chicago, May 17. Following are the
market quotations today:
May, rt:Mr, fJJl, 95y2.
July, !t7',, 102. at',14. 1(10.
September, !)S'i, 103 Vi. J)7'fc. lul'4.
May, 54, r4'2.
July. 52, 54fc, 52, 53-.
September, 52, 54 V8, 52, 53.
May, 4514 48, 45, 47.
July, 41,' 47. 44. 4G.
September, 37, 39',i. 3G, 39.
May, opened 1C.50. closed 10.45.
July, lfi.55, 10.75, 10.45, 10.70.
September, 10.57, 10.90. 10.55, 10.77.
May, closed 915.
July, 9.12, 9.35, 9.12, 9.27.
September, 9.27. 9.50, 9.25, 9.40.
May, closed 8.92.
July, 8.S2, 9.07. S.82, 9.00.
September, 8.97. 9.22, 8.95, 9.15.
1 Af I
Men's Fine Suits
and Coats and Pants
"ZOXJ will find here the greatest assortment
of all the new styles and fabrics. No
one can show you' such range of patterns as The
London For the extremist we show all the
latest fads with little extra touches that you don't
see elsewhere. For the man who wishes less
extremes we have a large variety of conservative
styles. Before purchasing your suit see what
we are showing. Prices
Less Expensive $10 to $15
Ask to see our suit, "London Special' at $15.
Does $20 worth of work.
Garments purchased here we keep
pressed and repaired Free of charge
YOU KNOW US
The Imperial soft and stiff hats.
See our new brown stiff hats $3
V NV.- V
roiifih heavy, O.ooffi 0.1 5.
Cattle market steady. Leeves. 4. "-'
ft 0.45; cows and heifers, l.MKi 5. In,
stockers and feeders. 2.9mfi 5.15.
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed steady. Lilu
0.::u( 0.57; mixed and butchers. 0.2"
0.5O; Rood heavy, O.mKj O.ln; roup's
heavy, O.ootf; 0.40; rousli heavy. O.uii'.
Cattle market closnl dull. Sheen
market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, May 17. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Cas 91. IT. I 143',. U. S. Steel pre
ferred 99, U. S. Stetd common 30.
Heading 107. Hock Island common
20. Southern Pacific S3. N. Y. Central
113, Missouri Pacific 75. L. & N.
115, Smelters 129. C. F. I. 32 Can
adian Pacific 173, Illinois Central
140. Penna 122. Krie 23. T. C. I.
140. C. & (). 37. H. K. T. 59. 15. & O.
90, Atchison SS", St. Paul 131',, Cop
per 94 'a. Republic Steel common 20,
Southern Ky. 20.
Receipts today. Wheat, 35; com,
05; boss. 22,000; cattle. 1.000; sheep.
4.000. Hogs left over. 3,400.
Hog market opened weak. Light,
C.30(C.52; mixed and butchers, C.25??
0.50; good heavy, C.OOG.IO; rough
Cattle market opened steady. Sheep
market opened dull.
Omaha. Hogs, 9,000; cattle, 1.000.
Kansas City. Hogs, 10,000; cattle.
Union Stock yards 8:40 a. m.: Hog
market a shade higher and strong.
Light, G.30GC.55; mixed and butchers.
C.25(Q6.50; good heavy, 6.00(00.40;
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Rock Island. May 17. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Young chickens. 11 to
12c per pound; hens, per pound, 10c;
ducks, per pound, 9 to 10c; turkeys, per
pound, 14c to 15c; geese, per pound,
9 to 10c.
Uutter Dairy, 20 to 22c.
Lard 10c to 11c.
Kggs Fresh, 15c.
Vegetables Potatoes, C5c to 70c.
Hogs Mixed. $5.75 to $0.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.75; lambs, $4.50 to $0.75.
Cattle Steers, $3.50 to $5; cowg and
heifers, $2 to $4.50; calves. $4.50 to $6.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $1C; prairie,
$13 to $10; clover, mixed, $12 to $13;
straw, $7.50 to $8.
Grain Corn, 54c to 55c; oats, 42c
Coal Lump, bushel, IS to 14c; slack
per bushel. 7 to 8c
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.60.
THINK ABOUT IT!
?0 2 AVI
Rock Island. Itu
A SALE OF SWASTIKA JEW
ELRY ALL DAY SAT
URDAY. "Swastika," the welfare em
blem, is the oldest known good
fortune symbol in the world. It
has been found in prehistoric
graves and ruins, carved on solid
rock on mountains in India and
on canyon walls in the far west.
In oriental temples it appears
upon the foreheads of the gods,
and Is placed with solemn cere
monies on the graves of the great.
It is an amulet, charm, orna
ment and beloved emblem, anJ
means: "May the winds from
the four corners of the earth
blow peacefully upon you." .
In the assortment of Swastika
jewelry bought for this sale are
hatpins, fobs, stickpins, cuff but
tons, lockets, back combs, brace
lets, and so on. Special low
prices marked on every piece
and there's nothing over $5.00.
All day and evening tomorrow.
70? IV AVI
Roc Island, lu.
The Women of Rock Island
Spend 2-3 of Their
Time in ihe Kitchen.
How lontf will they put up with this
slavery this working extra hours without
How long will they continue to be over
worked, tired out at night, suffering with back
aches and headaches?
I will answer these questions They will have
to stand all this hard work, worry and discomfort
until they rise up and DEMAND a G as Range in
stalled in their kitchens. A (Jas Range means no
more overheated kitchens, carrying of coal, split
ting wood, fussing with ashes and cleaning up dirt.
You can cook anything on a (Jas Range that
can be cooked on a coal stove, and at less cost, time
A Gas Range costs about ten dollars -the
Gas costs one dollar a thousand feet.
Ask your neighbor or THE GAS MAX.
PEOPLES' POWER COMPANY,
Rock Island, Illinois. :o: .... Cor. 17th St. and 1st Ave.