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THE. AUGUS.. TUESDAY. XOVE.MIiEU 10. 11)03.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS!
Hearing Continued. ' Professor
.Shaw, tlie swindling clairvoyant, was
arraigned in police court yesterday
on two charges of obtaining money
by r-.lelght of hand and his hearing
continued until next Monday morning
at Id o'clock. Shaw entered a plea of
not guilty and hi9 bond was fixed at
Jl.uCO on each count. He was re
turned to jail, but it is probable that
he 'will call on friends it is claimed
he har, in Chicago to furnish security
In order that he can gain his liberty
pending his preliminary trial.
park Sunday afternoon and night to crushed between the cars at Warner's
see the crysanthemum show. Sunday Crossing, is back from the Moline city
was the-first day of the exhibition, hospital and convalescing rapidly. j
which is to continue two weeks. At j Charles Jerome received a telegram
1 :ft in ihn fflffnrnnnr. visitors hfirfln firri nliomnnl trn Til mimmnninir tiirrfc
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tn. ..iv. t v. h'i! 'fltmAci n x.r . i . . i i ,1 ,iii, I riaviiana Buys
ivr OIIIIV Ulivi nine .uo uniurai , v.. IUUB OH UlCUllUl Ul lilt," ailUUfU UVUlll , . u T T M.M.,1
tinuo.is stream of people goinB 0f his brother. lbPon closWl L"1-
through from that time on until 9 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tetrio and Guy
o'clock at night. For two or three petrle arrived Friday with a view to
hours in the afternoon the crowd was permanent location here. They will
Elite. A deal has
so large that all could not get in the
eonsorvr.tory at the same time and a
long line of people stood outside wait
ing for their turn to enter.
Obituary Record. William H.
Feeney, who had been ailing for two
weeks with an affection "of the lungs.
Taken to Penitentiary. Deputy
Sheriff Jrck Marinan departed yester
day for Ft. . Madition. where he left
Frank Beauehaine and William
Spencc, two Scott county prisoners,
in the state penitentiary at that place.
Heauchaine was convicted of break
ing and entering and giyen the in
determinate sentence or from one .to
10 years. He is the fellow who en
tered the Jennings home on Bridge j 1 year,
avenue and made away with a suiti'1'-"'' IaR
case .full of clothing. Spence was
sentenced to serve three years each
on two charges, he fteing convicted
of out icing girls of tender age -Jno
nig room on Harrison street between
Fourth and Fifth streets. J.uhi Ben
nett, convicted of murder and sen
tenced to life imprisonment at the
Anamosa penitentiary, will be taken
to that place some timo during the
Maquoketa Teachers Here. Twenty
school teachers from Maquoketa,
Iowa, accompanied by Superintendent
E. L. Rickert of the schools of that
city, arrived in Davenport yesterday
r.nd went to the Hotel Kimball for
luncheon. In the afternoon the en
tire party started out to visit the
schools of Davenport and gather new
ideas. The teachers are from the
various grade schools. They remained
Hobo Taken as Burglar. Otto
Grunevald, a wanderer, was mistaken
for a burglar when he entered an un
occupied house at Twelfth and Far-
nam streets Sundav morning. A cou-!
Seventh street, Sunday.- He was in
his 27th year. He is survived by his
father, James Feeney, with whom he
resideci. and four sisters and one
brother. Mrs. T. C. Koch, Fullerton,
Xeb.; Mrs. M. V. Kelly, Des Moines;
James, Margaret and Annie Feeney,
Mildred, little daughter of Mrs.
Katherino Schoo, 1522 West Locust
street, died yesterday morning, aged
Andrew Schco, the father,
probably occupy the flat above Dum-
beck's drug store.
Mrs. J. H. Long left Friday for a
visit in Orion.
David Fletch has gone to Wisconsin.
Mrs. Charles Garrett and daughter,
Mabel, are visiting in Iowa City.
Mrs. Walter Baker charmingly en
tertained the members of the Silver
Cross circle of the King's Daughters
becomes owner of the Elite theater in
this city, succeeding Charles Berkell.
Mr. Haviland has taken the lease to
the building from the Davenport man
and assumed charge of the playhouso
yesterday, Mr. 'Berkell 'retiring from
the Moline vaudeville field because he
found it almost impossible to manage
both the Moline and Davenport houses.
Mr.Haviland is well known to a ma
jority of Moline people through the
promotion of a number of amusement
enterprises. He had charge at the
Watch Tower last summer. He is a
former Davenport newspaper man.
Gets Order from Shanghai. An or
tier for flour mill machinery to equip
a plant to- have a capacity of 2f,0 bar-
Mrs. J. A. Wilson entertained1 Fri
day afternoon at her Thirteenth street
home, in honor of her sister. Mrs. W.
A. Warman of Chicago, who is a guest
at her home.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth
odist church was entertained by Mrs.
Charles Oltmann Thursday afternoon.
Plans for a bazar were discussed, but
nothing definite was decided upon.
Miss Florence Oltmann is visiting in
Green River, where she will remain
for about a week.
Mrs. C. J. Long of Rock Island is
spending a few days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Silvis.
Miss Clara Hughes of Sherrard is a
guest at the Harry Hill home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meer of Green
River were Thursday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Meer.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie, formerly of
Hammond, Ind., have moved into a
house on Fifteenth street near Second
The sociable given bv the Baptist
pie residing in the neighborhood re- cnurcn liiursday netted over $9 in
turning home noticed him crawlinsr voluntary contributions. There were
through a window and summoned the tlirpe prizes given to the oldest, pret
police. When the. officers arrived
Grunewald was preparing a bed with
rolls of wf.ll paper that he found in
one of the rooms.
Crowd at Flower Show. It is' esti
mated that nearly S.OM people went
through the conservatory at Central
tiest and heaviest persons there. Light
refreshments were served.
A. J. Halligan has accepted the place
in the Silvis yard office formerly held
by C. McGowan, who is now with the
B., C. R. & N. at Cedar Rapids, Iowa
C. W. Rooney who. about two weeks
ago, suffered severe injuries by being
Mr. French ic movinsr his family
1ntr ti, hni.w wt vented hv Walter rels every 24 hours has just been re-
v-ortn Iceived from Shanghai, China, by the
The Ladies' union will meet Wed- Barnard Ias Manufacturing com
I - mi . mi t. l 4. r f.
nesday at Union chapel. puny, me cosi wniutueiuraii,.
F. Grobel snent Sundav at his home a worn on tne oraer win
in rhief'o le started as soon as pians arrive tor
Mrs. Cherrv of Geneseo ' spent the building in which the machinery
Thursday at the home of Mr. M. M.j to mstauca. ine oraer cans ior
Aldrich. I two plan-sifters, four purifiers, four
Mi.-s Bertha Bush arrived Saturday flour packers, three centrifugal reels,
from a visit in Racine. Wis., and will eight stands of reels, dust cleaners,
make her home with Mr.s. Howard.
Wiil Brown has gone to South Bend,
Ind., to join his wife.
Mrs. Fred Jordan returned Sunday
from a visit with iier parents at Co-lona.
The parents' meeting arranged by
the teachers of the schools Friday
grain cleaning machinery, shafting,
pulleys and belting.
Expect Building Boom. Building
prospects in Silvis and East Moline
are bright for the season of 1909. It
is declared that more new buildings
will be erected in the two suburbs
day; last year, 499.
Visible supply of grain Wheat in
crease. 1 323,000; corn increase, S3.-
000; oats increase, 441,000.
New York Stocks.
New York, Nov. 10. Following are
the quotations on the stock market
Gas 97. U. P. 181. U. S. Steel pre
ferred 1124, U. S. Steel common 54,
Reading 139, Rock Island preferred
49. Rockjsland common 22. North
western l9Vi. Southern Pacific 117,
N Y. Central 114. Missouri Pacific
61V4, Great Northern 140, Northern
Pacific 150?4. L. & N. 115. Smelters
, C. F. I. 394. Canadian Pacific
l7?s, Illinois Central 143. Penna
129, Erie 34. Lead 85. C. & O. 4G.
B. R. T. 53. B. & O. MS1,, Atchison
95. Locomotive 57, Sugar 135. St.
Paul 140, Copper 87, Republic Steel
preferred 87, Republic Steed common
21, Southern Ry. 2411.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Nov. 10. Following are
the wholesale prices la the local mar
Provisions and Produc.
Eggs Fresh, 24c.
Lire Poultry Hens, psr sound, 8c;
springs, 11c pound.
Butter Dairy, 23c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 55c to COc;
onions, 45c; beets, 40c; turnips, SOc.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain New corn, COc; old corn, SOc;
oats, 47c to SOc; wheat, 85c to SOc.
Forage Timothy hay, 59 to $10;
prairie, $7.50 to $9.00; clover, $8.00;
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack
jut bushel, 7c to Sc.
evening was well attended, the parents next year than in any previous year
responding to the invitations in large
numbers. The exercises were held
in Miss Cronholm's room at the Lin
coln building which was beautifully
decorated in yellow. The following
program was given;
in their history. 'It is declared that
there is not a single house to rent in
Silvis; that if there were accommoda
tions for 500 people, they could be
rapidly filled. Thirty families of the
three cities, it is said, would move to
Selection Orchestra Silvis if they could find property to
Piano solo Edna Kittleson occupy. Many of the employes of the
Cornet solo Mrs. Van Duzer Silvis shops are sending away to their
Piano solo Grace Wood families at various points the wages
Solo Professor Earl Baker they earn here because they have been
Selection Orchestra unable to find homes for the families.
Reading Alice Ringold j o
Coffee and cake were served. Pays His Fine. Otto Boettcher, w'.io
J. L. Vernon of Aledo was a busi- was found guilty" of violating the child
ness caller the latter part of the week. iab0r law of the state and who was
Mr. and Mrs. John Hayden of fined $19 Oct. 30, pain his fine yester-
Aiexis, in., are visiting wua .Mrs. Fat dav. The case was appealed, but evi-v
turr:ins. dently the defendant changed his mind
Alex Million has moved his family aml paid un instea(i cf taking the case
from the rooms over the saloon to his to a higher court.
neat little home on Second avenue be- Q
tween Fifth and Sixth streets. Henry ! Celebrates 96th Birthday. Mrs. Han
Carpenter, and family will occupy the nah BnIlngCI. yo.sterday celebrated her
rooms vacated by Mr. Million. 9filh hir,iu,nv at ,hn .omA of her
from Every Ounce ofFuei
When the mercury drops out of sight, and
you just can't keep the house warm, you'll
find it wonderfully convenient to use a
" 01! Heaflep
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
It's very light carry it about heat any cold
room. Turn the wick Jiigh or low no
danger no smoke no smell. Easily cared
lor and gives nine hours ol
cozy com fori at one Ming of
brass font. Finished in
nickel and japan. Every
with its Good ol study,
brilliant light is ideal ior
the long winter evenings
read or sew by it won't lire your eyes. Latest unproved central
dialt burner. Made of brass, nickel plated. Every lamp warranted.
II your dealer cannot supply the Rayo Lamp or Perfection Oil
Healer, write our nearest agency ior a descriptive circular.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Rev. Mr. Thompson of Rock Island
daughter, Mrs. Fanny C. Brooks. 139
,uiu -... . ..i,r. cuuua, Eleventh street, Silvis. Mrs. Billinger
evening. Hereafter there will be serv- n,.ftIinlK, tlrt ,,,, nncnn 5n
ices every Sunday evening at 7: 30. vicinUyt and at.nbutes her longevity to
i in; t-iujiv uuubca an over iou
are rapidly being filied up.
CORN BETTER CROP
the fact of having always lived an out-of-doors
life and got her meals and
isieep at regular hours all through her
jlife. Hannah Sikes was born in New
'lork state, ner parents having come
THAN LAST SEASON frm Gerraany somo years before her
birth. She was united in marriage to
'Abraham Billinger Jan. a, 1S35. Mr.
Estimated Yield 26.2 Bushels Per Billinger was fi. farmer by occupation
Acre Against Production of jand he also followed the shoemaking
25.9 in 1907. 'business. They removed to Edford
Washington, Nov. 10 An average township. Henry county, Illinois, in
yield of 26.2 bushels of corn per acre !S5C. They resided four miles west of
and an indicated total production of Geneseo for a great many years and
2,C42,CS7.0OO bushels are the prelim
inary estimates announced in the re
port of the department of agriculture.
The yield per acre in 1907 was 25.9
and the average 25.C for 10 years,
while the production is compared
with 2,592.320,000 bushels finally esti
mated in 1907. The quality of corn is
86.9 per cent compared with 82.8 in
the family is well known through that
part of the county.
What the Kidneys Do.
Their Unceasing Work Keeos Us
Strong and Healthy.
All the blood in the body passes
through the kidneys once every three
minutes. The kidneys filter the blood.
They . work night and day. When
healthy they remove about 500 grains
of impure matter daily, when un
healthy some part of this impure mat-,
ter is left In the blood. This brings
on many diseases and symptoms
pain in the back, headache, nervous
ness, hot, dry skin, rheumatism, gout,
gravel, disorders of the eyesight and
nearing, dizziness, irregular heart,
debility, drowsiness, dropsy, deposits
in the urine etc. But if you keep the
filters right you will have no trouble
with your kidneys.
John Taylor of 713 Fourteenth street,
Kock island. III., says: For some
time I was troubled with dull pains
across the small of my back and across
my loins. I felt that they were getting
gradually a little more severe. I luiejv
kidney trouble was the cause and I
was anxious to stop the trouble before
it became too serious. I was unable
o do this, although I tried various
remedies and consulted my physician.
Doan's Kidney Pills were recommend
ed to me and I procured a box at the
Harper House drug store. I only used
jne box in accordance with the direc
tions, but they cured me completely
I know of many others who have been
cured by Doan's Kidney Pills and I
rake pleasure in endorsing them to
others who are troubled with kidney
complaint of any kind."
For sale by all dealers. Price SOc
Foster-Milburn company, Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United States
Remember the name Doan's and
rako no other. -
DIVIDE THE MISSION FUND
Methodist General Committee Acts at
St. Louis Meeting.
St. Louis, Nov. 10. The general
committee for foreign missions of the
Methodist Episcopal church yesterday
subdivided the mission fund of $S29,
906 for the year 1909 among the vari
ous mission fields as follows:
India . . : 1S4.550
L.oeria 15,376 :
East central Africa ... : - 16,065!
West central Africa...... 14,201 1
South America 96,567 '
Chicago. Nov. 10. Following are the
market quotations today:
December, 101. 103, 101, 102.
May, 105. 107, 1054, 107'i.
July, 100. 102. 100, 101Vi.
December, 61, f2Vi. GiyH, 62.
May, 6194. 62. 61. 02.
July, 61. 62, 61 '4, 62.
December. 48, 49. 4S-, 49.
May, 50, 51, 50, 51.
July, 46,"47, 46, 47.
January, 15.92, 15.95, 15.S5, 15.92.
May, 15.85, 15.90. 15.77. 15.82.
January, 9.27, 9.27, 9.20, 9.20.
May, 9.35, 9.35, 9.25, 9.30.
January, 8.42. 8.42. 8.32, 8.35.
May, S.52, 8.52, 8.45, S.47.
Receipts today Wheat, 30;
1S; oats,. IS?; hogs, 32,000;
C. S. M'DANIEL HARRY WULLENWAEER, H. R. BROWN.
Accidents Will Happen
No one knows who will be next. We insure against accidents and
sickness. Low rates. Liberal policys. We settle our own claims.
No waiting. .
Connectcut Mutual Life policies are the best. We sell them.
Three hundred acre farm, all bottom land, 10 miles from Musca
tine, In the new drainage district; can be bought cheap, for cash.
" McDaniel, Wullenwaber & Brown,
Suite 502 Safety Building-. , Old phone 950. .
Mexico r8 !)ftf
Eurone 158.446 . 9'00: shwPrW.OOO.
J HoS market opened weak. Hog3
HI-T .ht- J V Ieft ov". MOO- Light. $5.2005.90
lu 0u. ' mixed and. butchers $5.306.15; good
year, except in the case , of Korea. I h eavy.. $3.35 6.15; rough heavy $5.35
made This increase was .provided by j market opened weak 10 cent:
personal subscriptions on the part of iowor . .
tuue uiuMiumg me cuiuumiee meet'
Can 01 A Broom.
There is a great deal of difference in the
quality of work a broom will do and the lower
length of time it will wear.. One that is
used every day should be washed once a
week. Prepare a bucketful of sods by
dissolving a tablespoonful of Gold Dust
washing powder in hot water and dip the
broom up and down in it until the straws
look clean and new. Then rinse and
bang up to dry. If a new broom is dipped
in hot suds before it is used, the straws:
will be toughened and will not break so
easily. Do not set the broom down in a
Sheep market opened 5 and 10 cents
Omaha Hogs, 8,500; cattle, 4,500.
Kansas City Hogs. 30.000;" cattle,
Hog market closed weak to 5 cents
Mixed and butchers. $5.30 j
I! 1(1. mun-V, lnvr T Iflfflr TA. lll,t 1
$3.1505.90; good hpavy,' $3.3l)G.10.
Cattle market closed weak to 10
cents lower. Eeeves, $3.33 7.50;
Blockers and feeders, $2.C04.55;
cows and heifers. $1.0O4.55.
Sheep market closed weak 10 cents ,
Minneapolis Today, 223; last week,
corner after it is used, but have a hook . holiday; last yeaxvlOO.
. Miy uuiC uu BS H up. . Duluta-Today, 371; last week, holi-
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"Why, that is the real
thing you can't tell it from
the actual human voice!"
That's what people" say
every day, upon hearing the
Victor for the first time.
And when their amaze
ment is over they further
exclaim, "I never knew the
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Do you know vh2t the Victor
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Victor music you want to hear.
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EAST AND WEST BETWEEN ROCK ISLAND AND COLORADO.
Buffet-library-observation car and dining car. finished in mission
style; drawing-room sleeping cars and reclining chair car.
Books, magazines, daily papers; a barber, valet to press gar
ments; electric lights and fans; special ventilating device.
These are some of the features which make this train the best,
most complete and luxurious betv.-een Reck Island and Colorado.
Leave Rock Island westbound, dailyet 1:50 p. m.; arrive Denver 2:15 p. 5i.
Leave Denver eastbound, daily at 10 a. m.; arrive Reck Island 12:35 p. m.
Other Rock Island trains afford service indicating the same care
and attention to passengers' welfare. The Colorado Express has
a new feature the compartment-obfecrvation car, carried daily.
Low "Round Trip Rates of
Fare to California All Year.
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