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nilTO UIDIOTO AT
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I NIGHT IN WOODS
Unidcnlifjed Man Who Tock Own Life
is Found by , Farmer Near
1 Coal Valley.
looms and ' refreshments will be
seived. There Is to be no admission
charged for the entertainment and the
general public is Invited.
HE TRIED HANGING FIRST
Suspender Seems to Have lUads Un
satisfactory Nocse J. A. Larson
J. A. Larson, a fanner residing a
mile east of Coal Valley, this niornin
found (he dead body of a man in the
woods a half mile we:-t of. his home.
The man had evidently suicided, f
his wrists and throat were cut, and
by his si.le was a razor that hail sort
ed to M-vei (he arleries. There were
Indications tliat.hu had first tried to
hang liimr.tlf by means of a pair of
Htspcnders. They were found knot
ted about the limb of a tree. .
Lnst nig'U John Liudquist of Rural,
on his wav t the Larson home, heard
ciies and groans in the woods, but an
investigation failed to reveal their
source. This morning--another inves
tigation was made, and the iMuly was
r ' l ni lilrnlinrit.
The man has not yet been identified.
He was alxmt u." years old, and was of
medium size, lie wore a sandy mus
tache, and had a dark skin. He worn
a black leather cap a black coat.
Mack overalls, and a green necktie.
IS TO GIVE TWO
Epworth League of First Methodist
Church Will Be the Next to Enter
tain at the Y. M. C. A. Feb. 11.
The En worth league of the First
Methodist church will give the fourth
of the season's seres of entertain
ments at tbe.Y. M. C. A. Feb. 11, at
the auditorium and from all indica
tions the entertainment will be one
of the most interesting of the entire
series. Two comely sketches will be
given, in which 35 or 40 characters
will take part. The casts have already
Knlr tonight and WrtlorMday j modt-r-
nt trmpernture. The wwmt trmprra-
lurr imulgUt will be near the freealaij
J. M. SIIIJUIICU, Loral Fort-caul er.
Trmprrature at 7 a. m., 28 at 3 p. ni.,
IS. Maximum temperature ia font -1
bourn, 37; minimum, ' 20. Velocity of
wind at 7 a. m.,5 m'ilrH per hour. River
frozen. I'reripitntion, none.
Feb. 2 In History.
1S-1S Treaty of peace between the
United States and Mexico signed
at Guadalupe; end of Mexican
1D0S Manuel, second son of King
Cnrlos, proclaimed ruter of Portu
gal. ' ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
Sun seta G:l.", rises :0'5; moon sets
C:1C a. m.; moon highest or farthest
north; l:4i! p. in., moon In conjunction
with Neptune, passing the planet from
west to east.
Kerler & Co. weave rugs.
. Ruy a home of Reidy Bros.
Read H. K. Walker's want ads. .
Tri City Towel Supply company.
For Ws and express. Spencer & Trefz.
Cloaks at half price at Young & Mc
Combs.' Furs one-third off. Young & Mc
Godfrey's laundry gives green trad
Attend the closing out sale of Young
Wall paper per cent discount.
Young & McCombs.
AT A WOMAN
Clarence Camery Tries to Murder
Former Mistress at Her Rooms
MAKES GOOD HIS
Ages," and the Wennerberg chorus
which sang "Holy Father."
The seryices'at Cliippiannock ceme
metery, where burial took place, were
very simple, consisting of Jhe singing
of several psalms and a short prayer
by Rev. E. K. Jonson. The pall bear
ers were Rev, Jules Mauritzson, Rev.
C. J. Bengston, femil-Bergren, Waldo
Eckebergy Joshua Hasselquist and A.
G. Anderson. There were many beau
tiful floral tributes;, among which were
set pieces from the general faculty of
Augustana college, the Concordia so-
rfrtv of th semlnprv the Students'
ESCAPE Union of the college,, the Ladies' Aid
society of the Zion Lutheran church
' and others.
Both Bullets Take Effect, One Piercing
Lungs, But Victim Has Chance for
Mrs. Elizabeth Mullane.
; Mrs. Elizabeth Mullane, 112S Kiev
enth street, Mpline, the mother of
Mrs. L. M. Magill, died this morning
at 2:30 o'clock following an illness of
longHiuratlon. Mrs. Mullane, who was
I. ,n f 1. 1 . y-v -. . .ii.. . 1 ii..i
through no fault of the assailant that
V . . ,. i n Mollne since 18S2. She Is survived
An attempt at murder took place in
Davennort last night, and it was
the victim is still alive and bids fair
to recover. The principals were Miss j
Lulu Prue and Clarence Camery, who
havo until several weeks ago lived to
gether on City island. Following a
quarrel, the woman left the island and
took up apartments at 709 West Sec
ond street. She soon began receiving
the attentions of a man named Jack
Hunge, and when Camery found this
by 10 children, all residing in Mollne.
HAS ANNUAL MEETING
W. H. Keeley is Elected President
Discuss Plan to Hold the Next
Show in Rock Island.
The annual meeting of the stock-
out he secured a revolver and went out .holders of the Trl-CIty Fanciers' asso-
to iook tor noiti ot mem. ne went io . jooi t
his former sweetheart's room, and af- I,or ha'l n Davenport, and the boarl
ter a short argument .sliot ner twice, i"1 u""-l"' lu iuhuwihr h'
one bullet taking effect in the arm and j was elected. Following the election
iho ,.ii.r. r,t,-..;.,o- i,nih limsra tto of the board of directors, the latter
then fled, leaving the woman lying
prostrate on the floor.
Wonian May Live.
The pistol shots attracted attention,
and the unconscious woman was soon
found and cared for at Mercy hospital,
where it was reported this afternoon
that she will recover. In the meantime
the police have been on the lookout
for Camery, the would-be assassin, but
held a meeting and elected the officers
of the society as follows:
President W. H. Keeley.
Vice President W. J. Fort.
Treasurer R. W. Hartwell.
Secretary L. C. Schmidt.
Superintendent P. S. Farell.
The directors are as follows. 11. A
Skclly, John Racster, W. H. Keeley, 13
C. Roniger. W. J. Fort, L. C. Schmidt,
F. S. Farell. S. Hartman. L. N. Xut
no trace of him has been found. He; ting. C. C. RohUs and E. C. Wenkler
was seen soon after the shooting, run-'
Special low prices on 9x12 rugs at ning west on Second street, but has
Young & McCombs.'
Slightly soiled corset covers one
half price. Young & McCombs.
Let Krell & Johnston do your tin
and furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth ave
nue. The biggest bargain department
store in the tri-cities. Young & Mc
Combs. Just opened under new management,
Lyric theater. Change of program
been s letted and arc at work learn !
ing their parts at present under the
direction, of Mrs. C. L. Lutes. Tho
names of the two comedies are "St.
Valentino's Birthday Party," an 1
"Why We Never Married."
. Following the two plays, a recep
tion will be held in the association
For an early breakfast, take home
Mrs. Austin's pancake flour. Ready in
not been sighted since.
CONFER ON PLANS
Representatives of Denkmann Family
Meet With Executive Committee
of College Directors. .
The stockholders discussed the ques
tion of the place for holdiiig the next
show of the association. The general
opinion seemed to be that it should be
held in this city and it will if enough
of the fanciers on -this side of the
river can be interested in making the
show a success!
RIVER IS AGAIN CLOSED
Gorge Destroys Effectiveness of Arsen
al Power Plant and Shops Clcse.
After being open but a little over a
week the Mississippi river was closed
again this morning at.this point, the
The executive committee of the
Augustana directors met this morning
with W. H. Marshall and T. B. Davis, , ice having gorged below and stopped
representing tlie members of th-j running at the Rock Island bridge,
Denkmann family. The donors ex- slight fall was noted in the stage of
pressed a wish that the committee in-.wntpr tnrtav
u.,i un... u.. , vestigate carefully all libraries in The ranid rise of water has taken
Lyric theater. Change of program niinoia before submitting the matter J away the head from the' power house
every day. J to architects', and a library committee at' Rock Island arsenal! ' with the re-
Try the Twin City Family laundry is to be named by Dr. Johnson, presi- suit that the small arms shops arc
ior nrsr ciass iamuv wasuinz. uiu oent or ine iwara. i ne renresenia- incj
wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwv- - pnone Su4. lives ot the ueiiKmann taniity exam-
Q Just opened under new management 5l,cl the ground which is proposed as
8 Lyric theater. Change of program ' a si(c for the new building. -
w every day.
Q Silk netlicoats. all colors, regular
8 '$3.00, $3.98 and $0.50 value, for $'3.1S. '
g Young & McCombs.
Q Meat is high, fruit scarce, so buy
DEMOCRATS ARE TO MEET
Gather Tonight at Turner Hal
cuss the CampaigrV.
The interests of the
The First Day Doesn' t Count
Almost any sort of a suit looks well when it is
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first put on, but after a man has worn, it for a
little while and: his body has begun to move
around in it and the effects of the pressing
iron have worn away and dampness begins to
play havoc with the fabric, unless the shpe
of the garments i has been wrought into the
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cloth and the cloth has been cut so right that
it can't help hanging properly so that the col
lar must cling to the neck and the lapels lie
firmly against the breast, the original appear-
ance of the clothes will isoon be lost. A well
made custom tailored suit will be right in the
beginning and stay right to the end. It is spe
cially measured over the body of its wearer and
therefore, when it does begin to settle upon him,
there isn't a contest between the figure and
the garments a contest which will always
prove to the disadvantage of the clothes, if they
are not measured to order.
E. F. D0RN,
J. B. ZIMMER 6c SON.
, Copyright. 190S. by the Merchant
Snap if Taken
lCighty-aere farm jit Princeton,
Iowa. Twenty miles from Dav
enport; two railroads; good im
provements. Will give posses
sion March 1, or furnish tenant
THIS FARM WILL BE SAC
Harry H. Hubbard,
Real Instate and Insurance; 1S05
Second Ave. Both Phones.
Mrs. Austin's famous pancake flour. 4,arty in tne impending city campaign
A good, hearty breakfast for a little are to De discussed at the meeting of !
I the city committee and
5 To introduce our work for (he next voters of the city this evening 'at the
2 10 days we will qullb your quilts in Turner hall. Chairman Bert Corken
O any design
Your taxes, real and personal, are
now due. You can pay the same at
my office, with Schriver & Schriver
attorneys, 1712 Second avenue. Of
fice hours. 9 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 5 p.
m. Open Wednesday and Saturday ev-
democraticienings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
J. B. JOHNSON, Collector.
Please bring last year's tax receipt
democratic , with you.
for $1.25. New Idea Qui:-'
V? ter company, No. 328 Twentieth street.
Call and see what our work is.
The real estate firm of Blakenburg
& Blakenburg have removed their of
fice from room 210 Safety .building to
ITlG'k Second avenue over Maths
bakery. Office hours from ,2 to 3
Car No. 230 on the Inig View Hue
got away last night and took a slide
on the Twentieth street bill. When
it was finally rounded up it nad four
flat wheels. Consequently It is wea--ing
a set of emery shoes today.
Soot in 'the chimney of Gustav
Blankenburg's residence, 822 Twenty-
of the city committee has issued the
call for the meeting.
COOOOCOCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOU ninth Etrcet. caught fire last evening
at about 7 o'clock and the sight of the
flames coming out of the chimney so
alarmed the, occupants of the house
that the fire department was sum
Quakes in Saghalien.
Petersburg, Feb. 2. Continuous
RALLY DAY PLANS
Meeting to be Held Thursday Evening
at the First Methodist
I delivered by S. E. McCosh, Iowa state' Bov. W. B. Clemmer, Dr. J. W. Stew
'secretary of the adult department, and art- E- B. McKown and John Haubcrj
UNDER COUNTY AUSPICES
earthquakes have been experienced in
the northern nart of the island of Sac- S. E. McCcsh of Iowa and A.T.Arnold
halicn for several days past.
Keeping Open House.
Everybody is -welcome when we feel
good; and we feel that way only when
ine names uiu not spread he-:niir fliirpK, .... , ar .,kln
vnnrt tnn arnr tr urovnr r.iwl Mini. 1 . ra i i
ago was dono.
of Illinois, Prominent Field Work
ers to Speak.
Plans have been completed for the
erly. Dr. King's New Life Pills regu- Sunday school rally to be held Thurs
late the action of 'stomach. liver and ihv
r 7.U k A ; .V,,v"oow,?ls so Pcnectly one can help feel-'chuxch under the auspices or the Rock
"i"". -i'iom mm mv; iittii ui mivci (mg gooa wnen ne uses these pills. 23
ana wearing apparet iroin tne nome o: .cents at all druggists.
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"Watch For Opening
Saturday, February 6.
PETS, STOVES AND
aw a m .
1 .rt. . W.mmJF
L. Hagamau of this city, where she f .
was formerly employed. . She will be
brought here for a hearing.
A local chapter of the American
Woman's league is now an assured
thing and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. BJandy.
who have been here for a month, have
.issued a call for the Ladies of the
J American Woman's league to meet in
the parlors of the Harper house to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
J. P. Siemon has bought the interest
of F. C. Davis in the present grocery
firm of Siemon,' Davis & Co'., South
Rock' Island, and will take charge
March 1. He has also bought the.
You Will Make No Mistake if You
Follow This Rock Island Citi
Never neglect your kidneys.
If you have pain in the back, uri
nary disorders, dizziness and nervous
ness, it's time to act'.and no time to
experiment. These are all symptons
of kidney trouble, - and you should
seek a remedy which is known to cure
the kidneys. i
Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy
to use. " No need to exnerlment,1 It
Island County Sunday School associa
tion, Hiid mucb interest has been men
ifested in the meeting. Luncheon will
be served promptly at 7 o'clock, seats
for which will be reserved upon appli
cation to President H. B. Van Duzer.
The banquet will be served by the
Daughters of the Covenant of the First
Methodist church. '
The program proper will begin at
7:30 and will be given in the auditor-
lium of the church, and to this service
the general public- wilt 'be invited. Mr.
Van Duzer will preside, and the prin
cipal addresses of the evening will be
A. T. Arnold, Illinois state field work
er, who is soon'to assume the duties
of general secretary of the state of
West Virginia. Professor R. L. Baker,
who has .a voice of wpnderful power
and sweetness, will sing two solos, and
Mrs. A. E. Williams, whose voice h"as
attracted much attention because of
its beauty and sympathy, will also
Program fin Arranged.
The program in full follows:
Opening Songs, from the New Glory
Scripture Reading and Prayer Dr.
R. B.' Williams.
Solo Professor E. U Baker.
Teacher Training Rev. W. G. Ogle
Solo Mrs. A. E. Williams.
Address S. E. McCosh.
Solo Professor E. L. Baker.
Address A. T. Arnold.
Glory Song Benediction.
The general theme ofMhe rally will
be teacher training work and house
to house visitation. Its object will be
organize a permanent city Sunday
school union for the furtherance of
bible school work and' for mutual
benefit and the promotion of Chris
Thiwf in ('barter. '
Mr. Van Duzer has been ably assisted
by the county officers and executive;
committee of which the following are
members: Rev. Marion Humphrey's,
H. K. Walker is lhe vice president.
H. R, Sniffer is the secretary and tres,
urer and Miss Delia Shutte the corre
sponding secretary. The heads of the
various departments are Rev. W. H.
Clemmer, teacher training; Mrs. S. .1.
Wondin. temperanoe; Rev. F. E. Shulf,
man's class movement, and Mrs. Ed
ward Cowley, the primary depart
ment. ( f
A Well Known Fact
That not skin disease, whether from
internal or external origin, can "long
withstand the two powerful germicides,
Zemo and Zemotone, they destroy the
germs that cause the disease, they al
ways cure. Write for sample. E. W.
Rose Medical company, St. Louis. For
sale at Harper House pharmacy.
In any emergency
you can rely pn
food to sustain and
strengthen brain and body.
"THERE'S A REASON.
Dutcner business belonging to w. t. has cured many stubborn cases in
Maucker on Seventeenth - street, and j Rock Island. Follow the advice cf a
will remove it to South . Rock Island
and run in connection with the pres
ent stock of groceries, dry goods, shoes
and notions under the name of J. P.
Siemon & Co.
Funeral of Mrs. Forsander.
The funeral of Mrs: Nels Forsander,
008 Thirty-eighth street, was held thin
afternoon from the home at 1 o'clock
and from the Zion Lutheran church, at
2 o'clock. The services at the home
consisted of scripture reading and Doan's Kidney Pills In the paper and
Rock Island citizen md be Cured yourself.-
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Mrs. Isaac Shifter, of 1417 Fifth ave
nues Rock Island, III., says "My hus
band was troubled for, two years with
kidney complaint befqre he found any
thing to help hltn. The worst Symp
lons he endured were severe pains in
the region of Ms kidneys nnd across
his back, and a frequent action of the
kidneys which e could not control.
He was unable tof stoop or lift any
thing and he '. fried many remedies
without obtaining belief. He read of
prayer by Rev. O. V. Holmgren. After
the singing of a psalm at the church,
Dr. L. G. Abrahamson offered prayer,
which was followed by a short talk by
he decided to try them, procured a
box at the Harper House pharmacy
and after using them a short time the
pains and othet symptons left him.
Dr. C. E. Lindberg. ' Dr. G. A. Andreea.-I have used Doan'B Kidney Pills my-
president of Augustana college, deliv
ered the funeral sermon. ; Dr. S. C.
Youngerf gave a short talk and Rev.
El K. Jonson read a biography of the
life of Mrs. Forsander, which brought
out the main points In her beautiful
character. Musical numbers were ren
dered during the services by the
self and" Und1 them to be exactly as
represented. My husband and I agree
that Doan's Kidney Pills are the surest
and safest remedy for kidney trouble."
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Foster-Milburn company, Buffalo, N. Y
sole agents for the United StateB,
'Remember the: name Doan's and
church- choir -which-'; eang v'Rock I take no other.
Don't Have Your Clothes Ruined
. " BRING THEM TO US ? ,
Wc make a specialty oT cleaning, pressing and repairing of both IadiesVand
- gents' garments. - ,
- - REASONABLE PRICES TOO. '
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