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THE ARGUS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1907.
FOR CHEAP JEWELRY
WHEN YOU CAN GET THE
BEST FOR A LITTLE MORE
QUALITY ALWAYS CON
SIDERED AT OUR STORE.
Inspector for C,
I. & P. and
ill i.n.uwm-l IVI Wa II
; C, B. & Q. j
Jeweler and Optometrist. Oppo- jl
site Harper House. j
ON THE STREET
The men who are dressed the
best and who have the exclusive
style about them that our tailor
ing always gives our patrons are
those whom we have fitted to a
suit of clothing. If you want to
appear at your best, clioo.se your
fabrics now and have your suit
or overcoat made by us.
E. F. DORN,
1312 Second Avenue.
DO UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM
FANCIERS AND PEOPLE WHO
APPRECIATE THE QUALITY
AND LARGE ASSORTMENT
OF FANCY ICE CREAMS AND
FRUIT ICES GO TO MATH'S7
WE WANT YOU TO GIVE
US YOUR NEXT PARTY OR
RECEPTION ORDER AND WE
WILL CONVINCE YOU
. LEE RESIGNS
Superintendent of Coal Valley
Mining Company Mines is
Succeeded by His Son,
CHANGE IS ANNOUNCED
Recent Illness Followed by Retirement
Half Century Identified With
Industry in Illinois.
An otlicial circular istued Sept. IS
by President Carl Scholz of the. Coal
Valley Milling company announces the
resignation of Kohert Leo as superin
tendent of (lie company's minef1, and
the appointment of his von, Robert K.
I.ee, art his successor in that ofHec, wilh
" - 1
-.2 Sirtr A
missed in the county court this morn
ing by the petitioner, Mrs. Carre?
O'Connor, tie Moline police matron
ROCK ISLANO WOMAN
ASSAULTED IN CLINTON
Mrs. Luella Lohse, According to News
paper, Maxes Serious Charge
Against Asa Berry.
The following appears in the Clin
ton Herald of last evening:
"Asa Rcny, a CHiitotiite, is in tho
city jail, with an ugly charge hanging
over his head. His accuser is Mrs.
LiU'lla Lohse of Rod; Island, a former
Clinton woiuaa. Mrs. Kohse called --it
tlie jiolice station recently aud told
the o fiiccr s slie has been made the
victim of an attack by Berry. The
later, .she said, had seized her aul
dragged her into a bain where he as
saulled her. At the time she was vis
iting relatives in Clinton, and states
that she was on her way from her
mother's house to the homo of h-r
grandmother when Kerry attacked
her. She told tit police her story, but
before preferring a charge agaiiiot
Kury, she returned to Rock Island
where she told her husband about the
alleged attack upon her.
"Mr. Lohse came to Clinton and yes
terday lib'd a charge of rape again -it
Kerry, and the Clinton man was ar
rested last night. He declared he used
no violence against the Rock Island
"Kerry will have his hearing in a
few days in Police Judge Lcffiugwell's
1 he city directory does not give the
name of the Mrs. Lohse mentioned as
the victim of the alleged assault.
A. Y. Bayne, of Contracting
Firm, Goes Over Work on
SATISFIED WITH PROGRESS
Superintendent McLain Announces
Traffic Will Be Resumed Nov. 15,
According to Contract.
WE ALWAYS GIVE SATISFACTION.
FANCY ICE CREAMS, CON
FECTIONERY AND PARTY
1716 Second Avenue
headquarters at Sherrard. The an
iiounci nient is of considerable interest
here, because Robert I.ee, whose resi
lience is in this city, has been identi
fied with the coal mining industry in
this part of Illinois from its hcgiiiifiiiv:,
and built up the company's business
at. Cable and Sherrard, both of which
properties ho located and at both oi
which places he sank shafts. Fifty -one
years mark the period of his
service lor the Coal Valley Mining
The new supt rinlendent is a man of
many ai's practical expeiieiice in the
service of the company, and the logical
successor to his father. He has been
his father's assistant and in personal,
charge of the Sliirrard mine for some
Is Mining Authority.
The ehler -Mr. Lee is known through
out the country as an authority on
coal mining, and has been employed
by the Rock Island railway ami other
oads at different times as an expert
to judge mining prospects in which
the company had an interest because
of freight possibilities.
There probably is no man who has
been more closely identified with the
rowth o the coal mining industry in
this part of Hie state, and probably
there is none who is more familiar with
the nearby coal fields than Mr. Lee.
Ilt-iillli 1 1. is Hfeii I"r.
Recently Mr. Lee has been in poor
health, and for a time his condition
as regarded as critical, lie has now
covered, and his many friends have
been much gratified over this fact. Mr.
,ee, however, is no lunger a young
man. and has decerned to retire Irnm
the active work in which he has in-
aged for so many ycar. and devote
is attention to his personal interests
Let us pay your grocer,
butcher, doctor, landlord, and
all your other bills. Put them
all into, one account, have only
one place to pay.
Repay us as you get paid in
easy weekly or monthly install
ments. Your furniture, piano, horses,
wagons, etc., will secure amount
needed and are not removed or
Confidential dealings. Quick
service and the lowest rates n
If not convenient to cal
write or telephone and we'll
bring the money to you.
Mutual Loan Co.,
(Unincorpora ted. )
Tropica National Hank biiilillnK.
RiHim 411, Horlc Inland, 111.
Trlrphonr, old nft 122.
Olllrf bourn, S . in. to 8 p. m.
Oprn Werinenday and Saturday
rvrninic to 8 p. iu.
Insanity Case Dismissed.
After several continuances, the f.cti
lion for an imiuisition as to the sanity
if Mrs. Klla Kunkle of .Moline was dis
Walter McRride is
days at Krie.
H. V. Cra,vford left to Jay for a
brief visit at Clinton.
Thomas 1'. Kane is spending a few
days on his f.irin in North Dakota.
Mrs. John Hirschfield of Champaigu
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. 1$. dim
mer. Miss Mabel liruiier left this morn
ing to return to school at Kerry Ha'l
at Lake Forest.
Mrs. J. M. Ileardsky departed last
evening lor Willow Springs, Maine, foi
a visit with relatives.
Dudley Marshall b-ft today for ;k
western trip which will include Ogde'i,
Ltah, and points in Colorado.
Judge It. W. Olmsted will attend the
funeral of Mrs. Fred Taylor at Aledo
tomorrow, returning the following day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shuey have de
parted for Oklahoma where they will
spend several days visiting and where
Mr. Shuey will participate iu a hunt
J. A. Russell, traveling passenger
agent of the Pore Marmiette; R. S.
Fife, comiin rci.il agent, -nnd .1. F.
Riley, traveling freight agent of the
M., K. T., were in the city todiy
from St. Louis.
ceremony taking place under an arch
of goldenrod and ferns. The bride was
gowned in white liberty silk trimmed
in Irish baby lace, and she carried
bride's roses. Mr. and Mrs. Lindburg
left for a short wedding trip and will
later be at home in the Coyne flats,
Moline. Mr. Lindburg is connected
with the purchasing department of
Williams, White &. Co. His bride, ai
attractive young lady, is well known
in this city, where the family live I
prior to their removal to Moline.
Says Typothetae Is Disrupted.
James M. Lynch, president of the
International Typographical union Is
circulating a circular in which it. i.i
asserted that the United Typothetae
of America is disrupted as a result of
the strike of the printers for an S holi
day, indicating a virtual victory for
the union. It is claimed there were
but :: delegates at the recent Buffalo
A. Y. Bayne, senior member of tln
bridge contracting firm of Bayne &
Hewitt of Minneapolis, is in the citv
today and he and R. H. McLain, su
perintendent in charge of the building
of the new bridge at Twenty-fourth
street, for which the firm has the con
tract, inspected he work so iar com
pleted. Mr. Payne expressed satisfac
tion at the progress and condition of
the work. Superintendent McLa- i
stated that the bridge would be open
for traffic again by Nov. li, which will
he the end of the three month'.; time
allowed the contractors to keep th
bridge closed to traffic.
At present the force of workmen,
numbering KM) or more, is busy on all
classes of work connected with the
rebuilding of the bridge. In pier (
struct ion the men are now engaged in
the filling of the third new pier, afl .-r
which one more will remain to b
placed. There will be seven piers,
counting the new and old fines, an 1
the abutments, upon each of which
sonic cement work will have to be
The filling in of the approach, whi- h
requires 2.(100 yards of dirt, is about
one-third done. The Rock Island Saul
& (ravel company is hauling the filkr
and is using rtJid and clay of gool
quality for the work. When the till
ing is completed, the approach will a
finished in everv particular, iiielml in ir !
all cement work.
I'Iik-Iok lie .lrlTN,
The men at work on the girders
are now placing the fourth set. Pro
gress in this part of the work is slow,
as the preliminary piacing of supports
and derricks preparatory to hoi.,tiug
the heavy girders requires as much or
more time than the placing of the
Superintendent McLain stated that
by Oct. 1 the metal structure will lie
placed as far as the middle of th
slough. The ;ast of the iron worn
ordered from the Anieri-an Bridg r
company of Chicago arrived last nigh'.
Two old spans have been remove I,
leaving two more to be torn down.
The obi iron has been sold to Morris
& Irf?wi?. A large quantity of old
lumber is being disposed oT locally
but a large number of the heavy tim
bers, will be kept by the company for
support work md derrick beams on
its next contract.
Work lit Fort Sim-IHiik.
As soon as the finishing touches are
completed on the bridge the firm' will
forward its machinery and other cqni-
meiit to Fort Smiling. Minn., where it
has a contract for the erection of two
lioO-foot spans across the Mississippi.
Two hundred fifteen tons of metal tin 1
2,500 yards of concrete are the quanti
ties of material named in the contract
for the building of the structure. The
spans will be of unusual length.
Farewell Party. Last evening a large
company of friends called on Mr. and
Mrs. V. O. Peterson at their home,
3S2 Eighth avenue, taking them com
pletely by surprise. Mr. and Mrs. Pe
terson and family will leave soon to
lake up their residence in Mexico, and
the affair last evening 'was given as a
faiewell party. Dr. J. A. Pddeu, act
ing as toastmaster. called on Dr. (Jus-
tav Andreen and Professor C. W. Foss
for a few words of farewell. Mrs. Fdla
Lund sang several selections and Miss
Lillie Cervin played a number of piano
solos. Lunch was served during the
Gillapp-Vest. Dr. R. B. Williams of
the First Methodist church last even
ing at 11 o'clock officiated at the mar
riage of Miss Mannie Vest to James
(Jillapp, both of this city. The cere
mony took place at the home of Mrs.
Anne E. Shelley, 1401 Fifth-and-a-balf
avenue, a small company of friends be
ing present. Mr. (Jillapp is employed
as a carpenter, and be and his bride
will make their home in South Rock
Oikohi Club Meets. Yesterday af
ternoon Mrs. William Colburn, at her
home, 72S Twenty-fourth street, enter
tained the members of the Oikohi club.
The afternoon was passed in general
sociability and a lunch was served.
The next meeting will be with. Mrs.
II. P. Staplcy on Aiken street.
Entertains for Guest. Monday evei;
ing at her home, 42G Fourth street,
Miss Belle Burtoft entertained a com
pany of 12 young ladies iu honor or
her cousin. Miss Bessie Broomhall.
Richmond, Ind., who was visiting her.
The evening was spent with music and
games after which lunch was serve.!.
B. Y. P. U. Social Meeting. The
tri-city Baptist Young People's union
held the quarterly social meeting in the
First Baptist church, Moline, last even
ing, bevorai musical numbers were
given and Dr. II. W. Reed gave a short
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cured in one to
three days. Its action on the Bystcm
13 remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease Immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits; 75 cents and $1,
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
nue, Rock Island; Gustave Schlegel &
o'on, 220 West Second street, Davenport.
NEW PASTOR FOR THE
Rev. John Harvey to Succeed Rev. C.
M. Sturdivant in Charge of
the Local Church.
Rev. C. M. Sturdivant, pastor of th.
Free Methodist church in this city fo'
two years past, was assigned to the
charge at Morris, 111., by the confer
ence of the Kewanee district to which
this city belongs, at the meeting that
f tided at Kewanee last Saturday. Rev.
Mr. Sturdivant leaves this week ami
his successor. Rev. John Harvey, who
omes here from Peoria, will conduct
his first service here Sunday. Rev.
II. 1. Hubbard, formerly located a
Kewanee in charge of the church
I here, was elected elder for the dis-
I lict during the meeting.
PURE, healthful, grape cream
of i tartar powder, the only
kind that can be used with
out impairing the healthfulness of
the gfobd.JJ, Makes J the biscuit,
cake and pastry more digestible
and wholesome. Absolutely free
from alum and phosphate of lime.
Chemical analyses show the low priced powders made
of alum to contain large quantities of sulphuric acid.
and that a portion of the alum from alum baking pow
ders remains unchanged in the food! You cannot afford
to take alum and sulphuric acids into your stomach.
J Ipg; plSTUDY THE LABELg
fSoclrty news, written or telephoned
to the X'irloty filttor of The A rus, will
he gladly received nud published. Hut
In either case the identity of tho sender
must be niale known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address. 1
Hiersemann-Free. The marriage of
Miss Theresa Free, (laughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Free, 909 Twenty-
second street, to George Ilierseinann
of Moline took place at St. Mary's
church at S o'clock this morning. Rev-
Father A. Gcycr officiated, the rin
ceremony being used. The couple
were attended by Miss Dorothy Hierse
mann, sister of the groom, and Theo
dore Free, Jr., brother of the bride.
After the ceremony a wedding break
fast was served at the bride's home to
their immediate relatives. The bride
wore a beautiful gown of silk mull
trimmed iu lace, aud carried a white
prayer book. The bridesmaid's dress
was of mull, and she carried a shower
bouquet of pink roses.. The bride, by
her charming manner and sweet per
sonality has won many friends, who
all wish her a long and happy life. Mr
Hiersemann Is a prosperous young bus
iness man of Moline, where he has
been in the livery business for tlx
past three years with his brother-in
law. Mr. and Mrs. Hiersemann depart
ed on the noon train for Chicago, where
they will visit relatives of the bride
and on their return will go to house
keeping in Moline, where Mr. Hierse
mann has prepared a home.
Lindburg Means. Miss Grace S
Means, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
W. Means of Moline. was married to
Alfred Lindburg, also of Moline,' last
evening at the home of the bride, 1904
Seventh avenue, the ceremony taking
place at S o'clock in the presence of a
large company of friends. Rev
R. S. Haney ol the Second Congre'
gational church was the officiating cler
gyman. F. W. Means, Jr., and Earl
Means, brothers of the bride, and
Carl and Harry Lindburg. brothe
of the groom, were the usher
and only attendants. A buffet din
ner followed the ceremony. The house
Exhibition and Opening.
Menter & Rosenblooni company of
Davenport, Iowa, clothiers, for men.
women and children will have their
fall opening Saturday, Sept. 21. Th-
ublic is cordially invited to attenl
i'ud see the handsome new styles for
all which tho firm sell on credit.
Souvenirs will be given to all visitor
on opening day.
Lost and Found.
Lost, between 9.30 p. m., yestcrda-
and noon today, a bilious attack, wi'.h
nausea and sick headache. This loss
was occasioned by finding at W. T
Hartz's drug store a box of Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Guaranteed for bi!
lousness. malaria and jaundice. :.c
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Autumn and Winter Millinery, Suits,
Coats, Dress Goods, Silks and
TOMORROW, FRIDA Y andSATURDA Y
rri HIS opening presents in a most complete manner the
authoritative styles for autumn and winter wear. The dis
play of new millinery is particularly fascinating. Medium and
large hats, emphasizing the charming and graceful Japanese ef
fects. There is a pleasing variety of trimmings ostrich and fan
cy feather effects, tlowers iu profusion, roses, morning glories,
dahlias, pansies, violets, tbundance of ribbons and large silk
bows all have been effectively used. Colors moat prominent are
brown, green, blue and black. In points of variety and decorative
features this opening is notable. Exceptionally strong
values are shown from g5 to Jg-IQ
Dress Goods and Silks
This representation of the newest weaves from both American
and foreign looms, by far the greatest this section has presented,
is of great interest to every woman. It portrays iu a comprehen
sive manner the correct style tendencies in colors, patterns and
weaves. Never have we shown such a beautiful variety of silks.
Dress Goods from 50c to 52.75; Silks
from '. 50 S3
Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspep
sia, a combination of natural diges-
tants and vegetable acids, digests the
food itself and gives strength anl
health to the stomach. Pleasant to
take. Sold by all druggists.
Fall Suits and Coats
This announcement siguiQes that we have assembled in our suit
section the latest achievements of our leading tailors in suits,
coats and wraps. The general recognition of this store as leader
in the showing of fashions will bring large numbers of tri-city
women here during these opening days. Suits
range in price from S12.50 un to S65
CLASS OFFICERS CHOSEN
Seniors of the High School Hold Meet
ing and Election.
The senior class of the high schooi
held a meeting last evening after
chool. for the purpose of organizing
for the semester. The following offi
cers were selected:
President Frank Ehleb.
Vice President Verne Brinkerhoff.
Secretary Miss Agnes Schillinger.
Treasurer Hugh Ralston.
Ill the news all the time The Argua
a new 1 1
Bath Room Beauty
The secret of making your
bath room beautiful is the in
stalling oi high-grade, modem
plumbing fixtures. K your
fixtures are old and unsanitary.
''J5tahla, Porcelain Enameled bath or
lavatory will work wonders in the appearance
and sanitation of your bath room.
Decide now to change from the old to the
new way and let us quote you prices on these
fixtures. They cost less than you imagine.
We estimate at any time and guarantee aD
work to satisfy you. Repair jobs given prompt attention.
Allen. Mvers & Company
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1705 Second Avenue,
Where you will find a Complete Line
decorations were yellow and white, the lot both New and Second Hand Books.
, HOULD you call at our office, write
or telephone to us, our confidential
agent would call on you at once,
explain all of our plans, and make
all necessary arrangements IN YOUR
OWN HOME. (No charge unless loan
is made.) We pay off loans with other
companies and give you more cash, at
lower rate. Loans with us can be re
paid either weekly or monthly, as you
$1.80 per week repays a $75 loan.
We loan in Buffalo, LeClaire, Clin
ton, Silvis, East Moline, and all near
Fill out thi3 blank and mall to us,
and we will call on you at once.
Tri-City Loan Co.,
Old Phone N. 2425. 219 Brady Street, Davenport
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.