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TM E R OC K- I SLAN D ARGUS
MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1908.
TO HAVE BANQUET
Feast at Harper House Planned
for Governor 1 Johnson
BEFORE LECTURE IN MOLINE
Executive Will Be Met at Depot by
Students and Escorted to Home
of President Andreen.
"Plans have been practically co;n
pleted for tlio reception of Governor
John A. Johnson on the occasion of
his visit to the city Friday when he
will lecture at the Moliue theater un
der the auspices of the lyceuin of
Aiigustana college. The student body
will meet Governor Johnson at the
depot with the college band and es
cort him to the home of Dr. Gustav
Andreeu. where he will be called upon
for an Impromptu speech. The stu
dents will sing the college songs and
give the college yell.
Itiiiiit(t ait the Harper.
Luncheon will be served at lr. An
drecn'a home and at 5:;!0 a banquet
will be given at the Harper house to
which 5tiil invitations have been is
Fi'ed." Dr. Andreen will act as toast
master and toa:-:ls will be called f;r
from the mayors of the threu cities,
members of the Tri city Press club,
members of the Rock. Island Bar as
sociation and others.
The lecture will ba given In tho
evening at S:t3.
city, and three daughters, Mrs. Mary
Gantert and Mrs. Henry Gelsljr of
this city, and Mrs. William Hoeft of
Geneseo. Mrs. Ohlweiler's: sister, Mrs.
C. Schafer, and two grandchildren
also survive her. . The funeral ser
vices will be conducted at the home
tdmorrow afternoon at 2:30 by Rev.
C. A.. Mennicke. Burial will take
place at Chippiannock cemetery. ,
W LI HOT USE PHONES HEF E
Rock Island Reported to Be About to
A dispatch from Topcka, Kan.,
states that the Rock Island road is
preparing to Install telephones in
stead of telegraph Instruments for the
operation of trains. Division Superin
tendent Smalley of this city says as
yet there has been no discussion of
such a move on the Illinois division.
Mrs. Susana Marie Ohlweiler.
Mrs. Sus.uia Marie Olilweiler, who
.resided with her daughter, Mrs.
Charles Gantert, 1104 Second ave
iiiic, died yesterday morning at 2:t0
from the infirmities of age. Mi's. Ohl
weiler was born in Germany In 1S29,
end has been a resident of this city
ever since coming to America in
IS 19. She is survived by two sous.
Jacob and George Ohlweiler of -this
Threatening nralher tonlfcht, with
ihonrm turning; to nuovw flurrlcH. The
lowest temperature tonight will be
nenr the frvrsiug point. Tiiemlny, gru
J. M.silEIUEIt, Local Koreeanter.
Temperature at 7 n. !K; at '.l:'.M
p.m., 40. Maximum temperature,ln l:iMt
mi liourN. ." ! minimum, 3S. Vrloelly of
wjml lit 7 a. in.. IS miles per hour. State
of water, 7 feet, a Tine of .2 foot in IiiHt
IS hour. I'reeipttntioii, .20 iuc-heM.
April 27 In History.
I7o0-M'ary Woilstonecraft born; died
lsrn-i:aip!i Waldo Emerson, traa
neetHientalist. died; burn 1S03.
1002 Hun, .1. Sterling Morton, ex-soe-retary
of agriculture and the "fa
ther of Arbor day." died; born 1S32.
Sun sets U:4S. rises 4:oS; day's length
fourteen hours; moon rises 4:15 a. in.;
7:42 p. m., conjunction Itetween Saturn
and the moon, the latter passing the
planet from west to east 3 degrees and
12 minutes south thereof.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
Jones for second hand goods.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Cheapest wall paper at McCabe's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
- Kcrlcr & Co. clean carpets and rugs.
Sell mo your household goods.
Jones, second hand and loans.
Let Krcll & Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; 1310 Third avenue.
Rowlby's music. house have several
good second hand pianos at bargain
Lewis' Single Binder, the famous
straight 5 cent cigar annual sale. 9,
000,000. Get an expert tuner at Bowiby's
for your piano and also the S. & II.
green stamps for cash.
Give Bowiby's music house your tun
ing order. They give S. & H. green
trading stamps for cash.
Now is the time to get your piano
tuned. Bowiby's guarantee salisfac-
"When You Have
Tuned or Moved
PLACE YOUR ORDER
Fine work in this line is a specialty with us.
It pays to get the best. Our tuner needs no in
troduction to the tri-cities, as he has beeri in our
employ constantly for 18 years and is acknowl
edged the most experienced man in piano tuning
and repairing in this vicinity.
If you have yours stored, do not place it in
cold or damp storage, but let us take care of it.
Storage in our building is of even temperature.
Give us your moving order this spring.
We do not injure the piano, and guarantee our
Remember 'our offer of the popular
& H. Green Stamps
for cash includes moving and tuning. Ring us
up. We have both. phones.
FUL . L
SS ACRE OF PRICES
Don't stop for anything. You can't afford to miss these bargains. Every article
in this store, fixtures and all, must go in 4 days, regardless of loss or cost.
SUITS, TOP COATS
Hart. Schaffner ? Marx High
Grade Clothing going at 1-4.
1-3 and . -. .
$20.00 Overcoats now. .()()0
$1S.00 Overcoats now ... $900
$15.00 Overcoats now .. 7.50
$10.00 Overcoats qpw . . $5.00
$8.50 Overcoats now ... -1.25
$7.50 Overcoats now
$C.OO Overcoats now
READ THIS OFFER!!!
500 Pairs of Pants
Worth up to $5, Now
In the Store
Negligee. Collars Detached.
7 - VWmr
Sp J .
$3.00 hats, now ...
$2.00 hats, now $1.SS
$l..r.O hats, now 5?
$1.0t hats, now JT)'
Stetson $3.50 hats. ...... 2.38
Fixtures at Your
r.0e wording shirts ...
?5.00 fancy vests, now.
$3.05 fancy vests, now. .2.00
$2.50 fancy vests, now. .1.09
$1.50 fancy vests, now.. 05?
$l.0 and $1.50 winter
caps, now ...... 25c
Staley Winter Underwear
Fixtures at Your
Hon and give S. & II. green stamps
Mueller Lumber company are giv
ing 75 cents discount on every ton
of Pocahontas, lump and hard coal.
Telephone your order at once.
See A. L. Bruner for piano tuning,
regulating, voicing and repairing. All
work guaranteed. 425 Nineteenth
street. New phone 5291.
The fire department answered a call
about 1:30 this afternoon to 1025
Twenty-iirst street. A fire had started
In some way in the cellar, but aside
from that done by smoke, no damage
resulted. The blaze was easily extin
guished., . r '
The will .oS the late Mrs. Mary
Cralle was admitted to probate in the'
j county court today by Judge It. V.
Olmsted. The will leaves all of the
property to the husband, Levi F.
Cralle, during his life. The will was
dated Sept. 28. 19C3.
The $2i)0 ' damage case against the ;
city fur the closing of the McClusky
saloon, which was to have been heard
today, Was taken from Justice G. A.
Johnson to D. It. McFarlane's court
on a change of venue, and was con
tinued until next Saturday.
Professor Freistat and Miss Flor
ence Ticisiat at-sibttd by their pupils
will give a recital at the Memorial
Christian " church Tuesday evening,
April 2S. A silver offering will be
cream and cake will be served tor 10
The policies of Roosevelt. 'pro 'and
eon will be discussed informally at the
monthly" supper and meeting of the
Fht Methodist brotherhood at the
church this evening. The subject will be
open to discussion, and ought to draw
GAETJER IS OUT FOR
Energetic Rock Island Republican Pol
itician Shies His Cas
Colonel C. F. Gaetjer of this city has
entered the field as a candidate for
the republican nomination for repre
sentative from the Thirty-first district
$SOO,(H)0 available for extraordinary
appropriations. The general assem
bly, however, increased the regular ap
propriations and added extraordinary
appropriations of $1,415,013, making
$1,S30,7C5 to be met by the $800,000
In closing his address, Carroll said:
"If my wishes about the governor's
oflico were consulted I would make it
more of a business office, with just
enough functionary duties to give the
position its proper standing and dig
- i. ' v . ' . 1 i
Opposite Illinois Theater. Rock Island, I1L
out same interesting talks. The supper
will begin at C:30.
FUNERAL OF DUKE IS HELD
Young Wife of Duke do Chaulnes Bears
, ' Grief Well.
Paris, April 27. Solemn requiem
high mass was celebrated this morn
ing at Church St. Phillipe Du Roule
for the late Duke de Chsulnes.' The
Duchess de Chaulnes appeared to be
much broken, but she bravely with
stood the trying French ordeal of re
ceiving condolence after the ceremony.
Many prominent members (t the
French arfstocraey and American col
ony were present at the mass. The
body will be taken to Dompicrre thi3
afternoon, where It will be intercd.
COLONEL C. F. GAETJER.
and is likely to make things lively
for the other two aspirants, Hon.
Thomas Campbell and L. 15. Strayer,
from now until the primaries are held.
Colonel Gaetjcr has been for yei'.rs
one of the stafunchest republicans in
the city, and his little suggestions for
recognition have invariably in the past
been met with'the cold shoulder. Yet
ho has not faltered.
This time he thinks it is up to the
party to give him a fair show.
$750,000 BRIDGE DYNAMITED
Unfinished Structure Partly Wrecked
Nonunion Men Employed.
Fall River, Mass., April 27. The
new Bristol county steel bridge, which
Is to connect this city and the town
of Somerset across the Taunton river.
was badly damaged by a mysterious
explosion of dynamite early yesterday,
The bridge is being built for the couu
ty at a cost of $750,000, and was to
have been completed in two months.
It is estimated that the loss to the
contractors will reach $15,000 by the
Investigation showed that a charge
of 50 pounds of dynamite had been
placed on tlie granite pier nearest the
Fall River shore and fired by the use
of a long fuse.
The contractors, who began the work
on the bridge a year or more" ago, are
lloibrook, Cabot & Rollins of Boston.
jThey employ nonunion workmen.
ST. PAUL BROKERS TO PRISON
Maximum Penalty Imposed on Three
Charged With 9onspiracy.t
St. Paul, April 27. Fines of $5,000
each and sentences of two years .in
the penitentiary were imposed by
Judge Morris of the federal district
court Saturday on Frank E. Holliday,
Herbert F. Robinson and John L.
Lay-ne, formerly associated with Ed
ward A. Vaughan In the commission
and. brokerage business in Minneapo
lis. The" maximum penalty was im
posed. A nqtice of appeal was filed.
The men were charged with conspir
acy to defraud. Together with John
Hogaii,. who was Jointly Indicted with
them and Edward A. Vaughan, they
operated a brokerage or commission'
business under the name ot Edward
A.? Vaughan company. The business
was of considerable proportions and
when the postofflccauthoritles stopped
J the firm's mail, 9,000 letters were held.
IOWA FACING EMPTY
COFFERS, SPEAKER SAYS
Standpat Candidate for Governor De
clares State Will Be Bankrupt
Unless Appropriations Are Cut.
G9 BACK INTO THE MINES
Striking Men Return to Work to Save
Property from Loss by Water.
Johnstown, Pa., April 27. Under or
dors from Patrick Dilday, president of
district No. 2, several hundred strik
ing miners of the South Fork Coal
company returned to work today in
an effort to save the mines from heavy
losses from water and a probable per
Jumps Train, Falls, Is Killed.
.Dubuque, Iowa, April 27. The body
cf Irving Chase, 17 years old. of Du-
bmpie, was found three miles east of
East Dubuque. The youth had
"hopped" a passenger train and while
hanging to the vestibule slipped, fell
cna was run over.
STORE IS BURNED
Another Mysterious Fire Strengthens
Belief That Incendiaries Are at
Work in City.
Jolict, III., April 27. Another mys
terious lire, even more serious in its
results than that of three weeks ago,
swept through the business part of
Jolict yesterday morning, causing loss
es of over $300,000 and the complete
destruction of Jolict's largest depart
ment house, known as the Boston
The burned buildings included those
in the block just west of Ottawa street
and facing on Jefferson street, Jolicts'
oldest business thoroughfare. The or
igin of the fire is a mystery, just as in
the cases of the factory and elevator
fires of two months ago and of the
Barrett fire of three weeks ago. There
js a suspicion that all were the work
of firebugs and the city is more thor
oughly alarmed than ever. ;
R0CKF0RD ALDERMAN HELD
Edward F. Carty Charged With Ac
cepting a Bribe.
Rockford, 111., April 27. Alderman
Edward F. Carty was arrested Satur
day afternoon charged with accepting
a bribe of $500 for furthering a fran
chise ordinance. Alderman Reynolds
and Otto Paulson resigned as aldermen.
Rheumatism Cured in Three Days.
N. B. Langley, Madison, Wis., says:
"I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had it in
my neck so I could not turn my hgad,
and all through my body. I .tried
three doctors and many remedies
without any relief whatever until I
procured Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism. In a few hours the pain
was relieved, and in three days the
rheumatism was completely cured, and
I was at work. Sold bv otto Grotjan, "
1501 Second aven". , liock Island;
Gust. Schlegel & jr WcU Second
Universally acknowledged to be
The Best Natural Laxative Water
Ji glass in the morning can be relied on to
relieve CONSTIPATION and ail bowel and
In fall bottles and splits
Des 'Moines, Iowa, April 27. B. F.
Carroll, state auditor and standpat
candidate lor governor, opening his
campaign . at Cambridge Satunlay
night, predicted -an empty state treas
ury if the appropriations authorized
by the last general assembly are ex
pended during the biennial period.
' He gave figures showing the re
ceipts and disbursements of the treas
ury since 1901, and said the disburse
ments for the last five years amount
ed to $17,830,781.03, with the receipts
In the same period of $17,132,033.00.
leavinga deficit of $S1G,C32.30.
The speaker said the cash in the
treasury was $35,509 on Feb. 1, against
which there were outstanding war
rants for $133,801, showing an over
draft of $104,202. The county treas
urers are required to ; remit the state
taxes' to the state treasurer on April
15, and the state treasurer wrote to
the -county officers to send in the taxes
as Boon, as possible this year. ' The
money came in early; and prevented ah .
" Mr. Carrgll then referred to the ap
propriation of the last general assem-
River Riplets. .
The Prescott was the only boat'
through the Rock Island draw today.
The Helen Blair departed for Bur
lington. Jiio stage of water was 7 at I
7 a. m. and 7.10 at noon.
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" EUREKA 1
Yes, 1 Have Found It at Last.
Found what? Why that Chamber
lam's Salve cures . eczema and all
manner of itching, of the skin. 1 have
been afflicted for many years with
skin diseases. I had to get up three
or four times every night and wash
with cold water-to allay the terrible
itching, but since using this salve In
December, 1905i the itching has stop
ped and has not troubled me. Elder
John T. Ongley; Rootville. Pa., - For
sale by all druggists..;
bly and said hia estimates showed about all druggists.
1 have used " Chamberlain's v Cough
.Remedy ,1a. my family in cases ofl
whooping cough, and want to tell you
that it is the best medicine t have ever
used. W. F, Gaston, Posco, Ga. , This
remedy Is safe and sure. For sale by
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YOU HAVE TO GET OVER THIS
before you can get into "Prosperity
Orchard." Why not take the easiest
way over? If you owe "the butcher,
the baker and candlestick maker" and
half a dozen others, they all - want
their money at once. If you pay one
or two of them the other fellows kick "
and if you pay each of them, what you
can spare they ALL kick.
- Vby not get enough money of us to
pay them all. Get yourself on a cash
basis and repay-us a little at a time'
one place to pay instead of half a
dozen or more?
Jt's our business to yoan you money
and we'll do it quickly, privately and ,
at a most reasonable cost. Our plan
is SIMPLE and EASY and FAIR.
Those three words tell the secret of
our success. Call, write or phone us.
We would like to give you some facts
and figures. . ". -
FIDELITY LOAN CO.
. JirrcnEix. lysdb biack,
. . - Room 3S RMk Ialaa4.
- OHr hunra. 8 a. nu to 9 p. m. mu4
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