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ffHE 'ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907.
WATER TURNED ON
Sam Kaufman, Instrumental in
Securing Gift, Starts Flow
in Ensign Fountain.
MAYOR AND OTHERS PRESENT
Charles Thompson'3 Horse Takes
First Drink Dogs Quickly Ap
preciate Its Usefulness.
Sam Kaufman, secretary (if t'n.j
Rock Island County Humane- society
this morning at 7:'jn turned the water
on in the Ensign memorial fountain
given the city through t he society l.y
the National Humane Alliance. Mr.
Kaufman wuit down into the snanlm1.
and manipulated the step ks of t li .
two pipes. The formality of starting
tne fountain was wiincs.-cd liy .Mao
Sehaffer, Alderman Tuckis, M. II. S 'x
ton, and u few others.
I'lrl llorr to Drink.
Charles Thompson's horse was t!:.'
fit fat to drink from the new fountain.
Mr. Thompson wailed for some tint.'
for the water to lie tinned on in ord r
that he might allow his hors1 the lir.t
drink. The horse found the water
refr siting that ji drank inm-'i and
long so lout; in fact that other ahout
the fountain accused Mr. Thompson
of not having given the animal water
for a week. lie denied the chart:,
however, and the Humane societv
members will take no action.
IIK l.tkrw l. Ton.
It was but a few minutes after the
water had been turned on that a doe
learned the advantages of a beautiful
fountain from which to secure a
drink. It was just an ordinary cur an 1
did not seem to belong to any one in
particular. 15ut it was thirtsy, and
lapped up the water with evident sat
Isf act lull.
Ik ll-Hiilif til Ornnmcnt.
The fountain Is a beautiful orna
ment. In sides being a most useful in
stitution. It is made of highly pol
ished Maine granite, ornamented with
bronze trimmings. A plate inserih-vl
l with the National Humane Alliance
name, and explaining the character o:
tlie gift, appears on one side. The
fountain is provided from a fun 1
left the society for this purpose by
I Hernion Kusimi. who at one time lived
j in the tri-cities. Similar fountains are
being placed in many of the laig. r
ciiks in the country. The fountain
was given with the single condition
that the city furnish water supply an 1
iliainagc. and set it in place at least
15 leet ftom anv curbing or car line.
Ti Itr l.lKlitnl.
An attractive ornamental light is t)
lie placed on top of the fountain. T'tc
lamp and lixluro has been ordered it.
Chicago, and will be placed on the
fountain next week. The lamp will be
two let t hiuh. a w hite globe a foot in
diameter being mounted on a ve"y
beautiful design in bronze.
As has been stated heretofore, it 's
to be r gri tted that so line an orna
tiietit could not have been placed on
Market squate instead of Flatiroa
square. All who have seen the foun
tain apptovo the council's expression
of appreciation to the Humane Alli
ance and to Mr. Kaufman for his ser
vices in securing the gift.
Lewis' Single Kinder straight 5
cents. Many smokers prefer them to
HELP FOR MOLINE
The Tri-City Railway Company
Makes Necessary Arrange
ments for Island Service
WHILE THE BRIDGE IS CLOSE!
Terminal on This Side at Forty-secor;
Street Ferries to Care for
The arrangements for transportation
facilities for Moline and Hock Island
after the closing of the Twenty-fourta
street bridge, which will be about
August 1, heretofore announced, ltav-j
been completed. The bridge line cavs
will only run from Turner hail Dav
enport across the arsenal and to Fo.'
tj second street. Hock Island, wherj
all passeiigeis wishing to take cars I )
the lowu side will change from the
Third avenue cars. No transfers will
be given from the Third or Fourtu
avenue cars to the bridge line, or vice
versa. It is probable that the grcatei
part of the trallic between Davenpo't
and this city will be on the ferry
ltrttrr 1'Vrry Sm !.
The company is planning to accom
modate a great many more passengers
than they are at the present time and
the service will undoubtedly be a
great deal better. Manager Lardtu:'
of the Tri-City Railway company will
arrange for a 15 minute service on the
island line cars and it is probab'e
July Clearance Sale
Of Men's and Young Men's High Grade
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M M f 111 I I Fill mt WWW I I
Home of Kuppcnheimet
Among the new bargains wo are offering
for this and the coming week, we have
pvxt on sale all of our $16.00, $18.00 and
$20.00 Suitings-different styles and pat
terns to select fromaJl to be sold Oct
AND THEY FIT
GustaJ son (L Myes
that the schedule will be still further
t educed in time.
fRIAL OF STRIKE
CASE IS COMMENCED
County Court Hearing Charge Against
H. W. Reynolds for Assault with
a Deadly Weapon.
The trial of criminal cases in the
county court was begun this morning.
The fust case up for hearing was that
gainst H. Wesley Reynolds, indicted
for assault with a deadly weapon. This
is one of the cases growing out of the
strike difficulties in East Moline. Two
tliers are under indictment for the
same offense, the charges being based
hi the alleged assault made on a non
union workman. State's Attorney Scott
is prosecuting the case, and W. A.
Meese and Benjamin Bell appear for
ELECTS F. W. HERGES
Again Made President of Tri-City Cen
tral Body Delegates
At the annual meeting of the T t
City Labor Congress last evening a
the Industrial Home building, the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year
President 1 W. Herges.
Vice President Clarence Braugan.
Corresponding Secretary JI. I
Financial Secretary .1. T. Sheeha'i.
Treasurer A. Hart.
Guard G. H. Crowe.
Trustees M. McNealy, M. II. Bene
dict, William Kllis.
Delegates from two unions were ob
ligated. The business agent was in
structed to organize the Hock I. land
teamsters if possible before Labor day.
The board of control of the Labor Re
view made a report showing good pro
gress, and made a bid for the Labor
Mrs. Charity Cox of Chicago is visit
ing at the home of County Treasurer
P. F. Cox.
M. W. Campbell, formerly city editor
ef The Argus, now on the statf of the
Council Bluffs Nonpareil, i.: in the city
for a few days, visiting friends.
H. E. Brown, principal of the hig'i
school and H. 1!. Haydeu superinten
dent of the schools, relumed today
from a few davs' visit in Chicago.
(.'Italics Magnuson, formerly sales
man at the Hub clothing vtore, leaves
tomorrow for Port Dodge, Iowa, where
be will open an up-to-date clothing
.ludge W. H. Gcst. Judge R. W. Olm
sted, Circuit Clerk George W. (iambic.
B. F. Peek. Ceorge W. Wood, and W.
.1 Eiitrikin attended the funeral of the
late .ludge Hiram Iligelow at Galva yes
terday, representing the Rock Island
County Bar association, .ludge L". C.
Craves of Gcnesco and Chief Justice
Hand of Cambridge were present at
1S01-1S03 2 nd. Ave. ROCK I5LANP
SLi-f 35- f
Men's and young men's blue
serge and fancies $18.00 and
$15.00 blue serge and fancies
$10.00 and $12.00
$12.50 and $13.50 suits
IF YOU HAVE A CLOTHING WANT,
NOW IS THE TIME TO FILL IT.
THE HUB'S ODDS AND ENDS SPE
CIALS ARE GOING WITH A RUSH.
IT WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL
THE BROKEN LOTS HAVE BEEN
DISPOSED OF. ALL THE STOCKS
THROUGHOUT THE STORE SATIS
Men's and young men's trou
sers, $4.00 and $5.00 now
$3.50 trousers cut to $2.50
A line of 75c and $1.00 shirts
Children's clothing at half price
CAR MEN OUT ON A STRIKE
Leave Work in Rock Island Shops in
Davenport This Noon.
This noon 80 car men anil L'O paint
ers went tin a strike at the Rock Is
land's shops in Davenport. The re.i
son for the strike is in sympathy with
workmen in iailvis, but there appears
to be no difficulty at the Silvis shops.
WANT ROOSEVELT AT CHICAGO
t OrimiVirrr.ial Cluh Would Have River
Trip Begin at That City.
Now that the tri-cities have given
over the attempt to change the itiner
ary of President Roosevelt next Oc
tober to this point when he conies west
for his trip down the Mississippi tne
Chicago Commercial club has under
taken to bring the chief executive t
that city in order that be may take
boat 'here and go down the drainage
canal and the Illinois river. The out
come of the attempt will be watched
with interest here.
Miss Carse Sings in Springfield.
Springfield Register. The Y. M. C
. is going to give a series of con
certs at its tent in Camp Lincoln
and the first one was given last nigni.
Henry Hansen ami V. E. Kennedy ot
the Y. M. C. A. have charge of th"
concerts and it will be both vocal an I
instrumental. Last night a crowd of
soldiers and visitors at camn listened
to Miss Gertrude Carse of Rock Island
render the following vocal solos
"There is Nothing New to Say;"
"Come Ijovc. Come to My Window:"
"I Love You Truly" and "Kiddle and I."
Miss Catherine Lestlon played a num
ber of piano selections and Heurv
Hansen sang a solo during the evening.
Boy is Missing. -
Joseph Peak, the 11 year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peak, 610 Twen
ty-fourth street, has disappeared from
his home, and his parents are at a loss
to know his whereabouts. He left home
at S o'clock yesterday morning and has
not been seen since. The police have
Sunday, July 21. excursion to Clinton
on steamer W. w., given ny Ciustat
Adolf lodge. No. 26, I. O. S. Leaves
Rock Island at H a. m., Davenport at
9:15. Returning at S p. m. Fare, only
At Young & McCcmbs' Big July Clear
What are your needs? We have it.
Kancy embroidered handkerchiefs, 5c.
$1.25 and $1.50 shirt waists, Satur
$1.2.r wrappers. Saturday special. SOc.
Lablache Face Powder, without a
rival, SOc value, Saturday, uSc, box.
Eastman's Rcnzoine ami Almond Lo
tion, 25c value. Saturday, lite bottle.
Listerine, the standard of antiseptic
preparations, 25c value, Saturday, l!ic.
Sanitol Tooth Paste, an ideal toilet
preparation, 25c value, Saturday, 17c.
Woodbury's Facial Powder, 25c vai
ue, Saturday, 17c.
See our Ric wash goods table.
See our 12lc wash goods table.
They are big money savers for you.
Ladies' knit vests, 5c.
Ladies' lace hose, 15c.
Ladies' lace hose, 25c.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Cure for rheumatism. It gave
immediate relief and she was able to
walk about In three days. I am sure It
saved hec life." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue, Rock Island;
Bad Burn Quickly Healed.
"I am so delighted with what Cham
berlain's Salve has done for me that I
feel bound to write and tcil you so,"
says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St.,
Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daugh
tcr had a bad burn on her knee. I ap
plied Chamberlain's Salve and it hear
ed beautifully." This salve allays the
pain of a burn almost instantly. It ii
for sale by all druggists.
Best Medicine in the World for Colic
"I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best
remedy in the world," says C. L. Car
ter of Srirum, Ala. "I am subject to
colic and hiarrhoea. Last spring it
seemed as thogh I would die, and
think I would . if I hadn't taken Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I haven't been troubled with
it since until this week, when I had
very severe attack, and took half a bot
tie of the 25 cent size Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
Gustav Schlegel & Son, 220 West Sec-land this morning I feel like a new
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,ona Bireet, uavenporu 4 J man." For sale by all druggists.
Specials for Saturday
20 quart two-coat granite preserving kettles, (J)f. f
Tanglefoot sticky fly paper, per dozen sheets,
Jelly glasses, with bright tin tops, dozen. ZiC.
English salad bowls, unglazed flown blue decorations. each.
20 per cent discount on every corset in the house, all day, 20
per cent off.
20 per cent off on every item in the fancy work department,
all day long: one-fifth handed back.
Linen color dress skirts, with double row of trimming, 47.
Yes, only .jO.
Two-piece wash suits made of white lawn or coin ppot ma
terial, embroidery trimmed, $3 ones for 1.69.
High back shell combs, 50c values, very special. 19. : "
Lambert's listerine. 25c size.
Tailor-made white wash belts, pearl buckles, 10. '
Rest sewing machine oil, large 10c bottles, (.
Japanese straw porch seats,
Reversible Deltox grass rugs, 27x51 inches, with wool fring
ed ends. 65c. .
Red or green high grade porch and lawn settees, fig.
Folding porch rockers, fine gloss finish, 1.25.
Folding go-carts with rubber tires, 1.38. '
$1.25 ruffled Swiss curtains, per pair. "7). '
15c figured silkolines, per yard, 10c.
$1.75 fringed bedspreads, 1.25.
500 remnants of wash goods, the season's best weaves and
designs, white and colors, 9:30 a. ni., and till sold, choice at just
3:30 p. m., 2,000 yards 10c to 15c lawns, batistes and organ
dies, short lengths, 2 to 6 yards; grab quick at yard 4c
COO yards fine ISc chamhrays, plain colors, mosHy blues and
grays, in the morning and till sold, yard 10c.
2:30 p. m. Ladies' S.wiss ribbed vests, fancy taped neck and
sleeves, pure white, less than half value, each
9 o'clock and while 10 dozen last, ladies fine Swiss ribbed
umbrella bottom union suits, nicely trimmed 50c ones for 29c.
10 to 25c embroideries, laces and trimmings in small lengths
and odd pieces, left, from Thursday's big selling, to closev out
quick, per yard JJc and 10c.
Wash ribbons by the bolt, al! colors, numbers 1 and 1.
choice at 25c and 19c.
1,000 yard's taffeta ribbons in plain colors, Roman stripe and
plaids, 9:30 and till sold, choice per yard, JJ and XOc.
"Musical program in the evening.