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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1909.
UN n ii ill Ml WMIll m I
lower, corn 'A to A higher.
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. 21. Following are
the quotations on the stock market to
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OF THE NEIGHBORS : '
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Convention Delegate Has Accident.
E. W. Cutting of Decorah, while at
tending the session of the grand en
campment at Odd Fellows' hall Tues-
- day, fell down a flight of stairs leading
from the ante-room. Mr. .Out Ins,
missing his overcoat, thought some of
the'delegates were trying to give hiai
the joke and, stepping into the stair
.way, mistaking it for a closet, he lost
his balance and fell head foremost be
7 fore he realized his mistake. He sus
tained an ugly looking bruise Just
. above the right eye and another on
,. ;the right arm in trying to break the
V-fdrce of his fall.
'" Have Another Store. The Owl cigr
"- store, at Third and Brady streets, was
' .sold yesterday to the HickeyBros. by
" the Best & Russell Cigar company c.t
Chicago. William Best, Jr., of the Chi--cago
company closed the deal for his
.vflrm and the store passed under the
"fjpntrol of the Iliekey Bros, immedi
i ."ately. In the future the store will be
Kknown as Iliekey Bros. Store No. 4
and' "will be in charge of William A.
. Hickey, assisted by Ben Phillips, who
";..bas been with the Owl cigar store for
Tsome time past.
' .New Members of Directorate.
Owing to the recent sale of some treas
,,'ury stock, made necessary by reason
.-pf the heavily increasing business this
year. Blanchard Bros., incorporated.
. at a regular meeting, added three no'v
' directors to their official board. These
are Wilson McClelland. W. II. Weir
and Dick Lane. The lalter was also
elected vice president. The present
officers are: President, George II.
Blanchard; vice president, Dick il.
Lane; secretary and treasurer, I.
Obituary Record.-r-Mrs. Arthur C.
AicCo: villc. daughter of the late John
nr. 1 Alie Dwyer, died at the family
hor.o, 1003 Farnarn street, after a
short illness. She was born in Daven
Iort and received her education at the
Immaculate Conception academy. She
was married June 12, 1906, at Sacred
Heart cathedral to Arthur C. McCon
ville. "ATler the marriage the young
couple resided at Philadelphia, the
home of Mr. MeConville, who survives
her. Four weeks ago she was called
to Davenport by the serious illness of
her mother, who died two weeks ago.
Since that time she has been in very
poor health and has been falling rapid
ly. Paralysis of the heart is attributed
as the fatal ailment. In addition to
the bereaved husband, two sisters,
Trese and Emily .and three brothers,
Henry. William and John, survive her.
The funeral will be held tomorrow
morning from the family residence
with services at Sacred Heart cathe
dral at 9 o'clock. Burial will be made
in the family lot in St. Marguerite'o
George Carl Moritz Schmidt died at
his home, 73S West Fourteenth street
after an illness of several weeks at
the age of 70 years. He was born
April 13, 1S39, at Pentin by Guetzko.
Gemiany. In July, 1SC5. he came to
America. His marriage to Miss Caro
line Sodawasser was celebrated Feb.
10, 1806, and the young couple settled
near Long Grove, where they lived un
til 18S7, when they moved to Daven
port, which they have called home evr
since. Eight children were born to
them of whom but three survive. Be
sides his wife, Wilhelm, Robert D. and
Albert, three sons; one brother, John
Schmidt of Davenport, and one sister,
Mrs. Fredcricka Bloom of Long Grove,
survive him. The funeral will be held
tomorrow morning at 9:30 from the
home with burial at Long Grove.
U. S. Steel preferred
lT. S. Steel common
OF LOCAL MILITARY
Captain Dunavin to Deal Severely
With Delinquent Members of
X ' V -. , If
You don't want to spend all of
your time in a hot, stuffy kitchen.
The ' Mothers Oats Free Fircless Cooker
"brings you freedom from the tyranny of the stove.
As soon as your food readies the boiling point you
take it off the fire and put it in the Fireless Cooker.
You can forget all about dinner until your
appetite reminds you that you w ant it.
We give the Mother's Oat. Fireless Cooker away free
to users of Mother's Cereals the best made of all foods.
Mother's Oats Mother's Coaree Pearl Hominy
Mother's Co-n Mcl ( whito or yellow) Mother's Old Fashioned Steel Cut
Mother's Wheat Hearts (the cream of Oatmeal
the wheat) Mother's Old Fashioned Graham
Mother's Hominy Grit3 Flour
Mother's Corn Flakes (toasted)
Ask your grocer. If lie doesn't keep Mother's Cereals write us giving
his name and yours ai'd" vvc will send you free a useful souvenir.
The Great western cereal. Company
OPERATING M'.fcL O.VIAU.AI. At ILLS TilAN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN
AJ'POM BOSTON I.TW JTW T.N NHW YORir PHILADELPHIA CHICAQO
A special company inspection will
be held on the evening of Oct. 25, ae
cording (o a notice Which has been
sent out to members of Company A
by Captain Duuaviti. It will bo neces
sary for all members of the company
to check in all of their equipment
and several other important matters
will be taken up. Several members
of the company, in utter disregard of
military rule, have not attended drill
and have disobeyed in other ways.
These men will be dealt with accord
ing to orders which have been issued
bv Adjutant General Dickinson. The
officer who have not attended drill
lor four consecutive nights will be re
duced to the rank of private. All pri
vates who have been absent for the
same length of time will be dropped
from the company roll. Any member
who has been absent for eight con
secutive nights will be booked as de
serter and is liable to court martial or
dishonorable discharge. Enlisted
men who do not report at the shooi
ing range before the. middle of net
month and shoot their record sore
for the 1909 season will be penalized.
Object to Sunday Lecture. Tuo Reading
, , Rock Island preferred
plan to have a union service of , Rock Igland t .
chinches of the city at the First Con-, NortnweBtern
grcgational church Sunday evening. Southern Pacific
when Dr. A. E Winship wiil lecture New york Central ...
on "Schools and Their Critics," will Missouri Pacific
not be unanimously followed. Om Great Northern
church has already voted against join- Northern Tacific
jing in the meeting and two others at & jj
; least will probably take s imilar action, Smelters ..... ..... .
There has been some condemnation ex-' rj p i
.pressed because Dr. Winship has been J Canadian Pacific
(engaged to speak on a Sunday evening. ' Pennsylvania
The teachers of tne city, under wiiose Krie
auspices the lecturer comes to Molina, ' j caa
first sought to secure Dr. Winship flc & O
a week day night, but failed. The ' j-," R T' .
lecture is free to all, the only one "Ojjj q
which an admission tee wm not do
r- -r..A.v ptt.jAMfrU Ch'.
Members of the Southeast Bluff Im-'
movement association met ami rear- j ,c vrvfvr,d
firmed their choice of the Twenty-1 ' , ' .,
- , t , ; ivt I'll u j iu ou-i i ttMinuuii .
HI Vl'lllll bllltl IlltllU 11M 111-. II KJliua'
bluff car line. At a previous meeting
the association voted in favor of this
route. Since that meeting a petition
favoring Twenty-ninth street has been
circulated. The impression wis
gained by property owners that the
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LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS,
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Oct. 21. Following are
j Twenty-seventh street route had been the wholesale prices on the local
dropped. The Improvement associ i- ' market todav
New Chicago Office for the Rock Island.
The remodeling of the Rock Island
Fiiaco lines Chicago ticket office in
the Marquette building. Deal born and
Adams streets, in accordance with de
signs of Frederick Phillip Dinkclborg,
has just been completed a'ld the re
stilt is one of the finest railway tickJt
offices in the country.
The practical requirements of tlu
modern railroad .ticket cilice have
been very carefully studied and tho
decorative? features are rich, yet re
strained, the canons of good taste bo
ng carefully observed. All of the fur
niture, counter fittings, etc., are spe
cially designed and are of Circassian
walnut, a wood obtained on the shores
of the Black sea. It is remarkable
for the beauty of its varied and intri
cate veiuing and for this work an ex
ceptionally tine log was obtained from
which the veneers were cut. Th::
r.eats and oilier appointments for pub
lic use are very handsome, depending
for their beauty on proportion and fine
lines rather than elaborate ornamenta
The walis to a height of about eight
feet are wainscoted. Above this is a
decorative frieze finished with cornice.
The ceiling is canvassed and decorated
with a rich border studded with elec
tric lights. Above the wainscot in the
center of the room is an elaborate
Iinnd carved panel in the center of
which is a glass dial clock with bronze
border, gold numerals and gold hands.
This is flanked on either side by an
elegantly designed monogram of Rock
Island Frisco lines.
State Civil Service Exams.
Civil service examinations will be
held throughout the state Nov. 17 ami
IS at the different cities where stale
charitable institutions are located, and
a number of positions as physicians,
nurses and attendants will be filled.
In addition to these positions, there
is a call for an examination to fill the
position of executive secretary of the
charities commission. This position
pays a salary of $3. GOO a year and ha?
its headquarters at Springfield.
STOP! THINK! IS
IT YOUR KIDNEYS?
Beware of those unmistakable warning signs of
neglected symptoms of kidney
serious results , caused by
That lame and aching back those
harp, stabbing pains and twitches in
f groin and limbs that inllauanation,
: goreness and tenderness of the mus
'cles those scalding, burning sensa
tions, the inability to retain the urine,
ediment from the urine, inflamed
bladder and passages, etc. that "all
- gone" dragging weariness and de
spondency the restlessness, sleeiess
'ncss. Irritability, nervousness, irregu
laritjr of the heart, etc. all spell dan
And, friend, there Is danger grave
danger in every one of these symp
toms. They almost surely signify
. deadly uric acid poisoning of your sys
tem and the swift on-coming of some
form or another of fatal kidney dis
ease. De Witt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills are the perfect curative treat
ment for uric acid poisoning and all
diseased conditions of the Kidneys
. and Bladder. ,
i You cannot afford to delay too long.
Others have done so and paid the
r fearful forfeit. .
i Do Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
give immediate relief in almost all
cases and their wonderfully curative
effects are speedily noted. These
pills are not only exceedingly prompt i
and efficacious In all diseased condi-j
tions of the Kidneys. Bladder and pas- J
sages, but they contain no narcotics j
or opiates therefore cannot do the
system any injury. I
When one really does stop and
think what such symptoms as the
above actually mean and what they
surely lead to it is almost beyond
belief that any person will refuse to
accept a free trial of treatment of
such a remedy as these Pills.
And that is what is offered you
freely and unreservedly. A trial box
of De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
will be forwarded to you free of all
cost if you want them. E. C. De
Witt & Co., Chicago, want every man
and woman who has the least sus
picion that he or she is afflicted with
Kidney and Bladder Disease, to at
once write to them and receive a trial
box of these Pills, free, by return
mail. Certainly this Is a generous
roppeil. 1 tie impro
tion by its action wishes it known tint
it favors Twenty-seventh street. II. M.
Pierce and Warren Churchill were
Provisions and Produce.
Live Toultry liens, per pound.
chosen as a committee to confer with(ioc; spring chickens, per pound, 14c.
the aldermen of the Seventh ward and, Butter-Dairy, 25c to 27c; creamery,
urge them to use all honorable means 3oc fQ 3iC-
for the adoption of the i wonty-seventh
street route by the council.
Buys Fine Team of Horses. Fred
J. Ball of Silvis has purchased a team
of sorrel horses one 5 and tha other
; years old for $500. He bought the
team at a sale at the Albert Smith
farm on Rock river hoi loins. Th-'.v
weigh about 1,500 pounds each and arojQ. Wat, $1
taiu to be the best team in the village.
Mr. Ball will use them in his express
ami coal business.
La rd 13c to He.
Totatoes 55c to COc.
Onions GOc to 70c.
Parsnips 50 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, GSc to 70c; oats 37c to
Forage Timothy hay. $10 to $11:
baled hay, $11; straw, $C.
Coal Lump, per bushel, He; slack.
Wood $1.50 per load.
Obituary Record. The death this
week of .Mrs. Martha dowdy takea
from this earth another of ; the fev Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
surviving members, of that corps of by local applications, as they cannot
pioneer lllinoisaus to whom is dim the' reach the diseased portion of the ca.
credit for making the middle west ( The re is only one way to cure deafness
what it is today. Mr. dowdy and fain- and that is by constitutional remedies,
ily resided here many years and he j Deafness is caused by an inflamed
was a veteran flagman on one of tho , condition of the mucous lining of the
local crossings. Four or five months Eustachian tube. When this tube is
ago, after their father s death, the two 'inflamed you have a rumoling sound
daughters went to White Su!ph-:r r imperfect hearing and when it :s
Springs, Mont., and are proprietresses J entirely closed, deafness is the result
of a hos telry there. Aw ay bac k in the , and unless the inflammation can be
pioneer days Mr. dowdy was a slag.;, taken out and this tube restored to
coach driver and on of his richest 'its normal condition, hearing will bo
memories was of the time when A bra- ' destroyed forever; nine cases out -f
ham Lincoln, hip. warm personal . ten are caused by catarrli, which is
friend, was his passenger. The death , nothing but an inflamed condition of
of Mrs. dowdy in Springfield, Mass.,
reunites this pioneer couple in the
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
"great beyond" after a brief separa- for any case of deafness (caused bv
lion. Mr. dowdy's body is buried in ' catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
this state. Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars.
Ageloos J. Trevallas died yesterday free. F. J. CHENEY & CO..
at the citv hospital after a 1 days'
illness with pneumonia-. He was .15
years of age and has lived in tho
United States three years. He leavos palion.
a cousin in Molinc.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for cons'i-
j Low Fares to Milwaukee via Chicago,
-fl, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
r For the National Dairy Show, October
-O J4-24. One and one half fare for the
Chicago ,Oct. 21. Following are the round trip to Milwaukee from station-J
quotations on the market today:
December, KM '4, 101, 103, 101.
May, 101, 10178, 10414, 104.
December, 50, 59, 5S-, 53'V
May, Cl, CI','. C0, Cl.
December, 39 ., 39, 39, 39.
May, 42, 42, 41, 42.
October, closed 1S.C0.
January, 1S.55, 1S.G2, 18.50, 1S.55.
May, IS. 32, 18.37, 1S.27, IS. 32.
October, 12.75, 12.75, 12.50, 12.0.
November, 12.00, 12.00. 11.97, 11.97.
January, 11.07, 11.10, 11.05, 11.10.
May, 10.77, 10. SO, 10.72, 10.80.
on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Pa jl
Railway. Minimum Excursion Fare,
$3.00. Dates of sale, October 11, 15.
1C, IS, 19, and 20. Return limit to
reach starting point on or before Oc
tober 2(. Additional information from
nearest Ticket Agent, Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway, or from
Mr. P. A. Miller, General Passsengor
October. 11.30, 11.30, 11.25, 11.25.
January, 9.77, 9.S2, 9.770, 9.82.
May, , 9.77, 9.77, 9.77.
Receipts today Wheat, 29; corn
Hawking anil Spilling Is Caused by
If the local authorities want to
stop the disgustinc habit of snittinu
I mucous on the sidewalks, they had
J better instruct the people as to the
best method of killing the catarrli
germs and curing catarrh.
You can easily tell by reading the
symptoms below whether you have
catarrh or not.
if PM! P
II rU d. I, IV :) way look, ;
w x i
different than when
you have not
in the piece
made up. If
nfVtff r! ia nnnlnf menf s Wl j!i
clothes as well, among which are waste c(r
time and the frequent uncertainty or navmg
a garment when promised. IJ None of the nor
any other disappointments with Atterbury Sytcm Clolhcr - They
are ncrcSant-tailored-rcady-to-clip-on incde so well that nomcr
chant tailor can make any better, end if he could make i ood
he would have to charpo nearly twice their price. Vh7 not
let U3 e'.ip nr Atterbury Syitcra garment on you so that you can
see the difference ? Lo-k lor llic Label in the CwO.
GUSTAFSGN & HAYES
RIVER LIGHTS TO BE
OUT AFTER NOV. 15
t;oYcriiinciit Season Will lie Ollic
ially lOnded on That
In loss than a moiith the navigation
f-eason will cease on the M hisippi,
according t ) llie interpn-tat hv.i of th.;
I'nited States govc-rnnicnt, for on th
above date the river lights will be -x-tinguished
for the winter and will
burn no more until the opening ot
navigation in the spring. Aftr that
the shores of the Father of Waters
will be in darkness.
The upper Mississippi maintains its
li.-'ht service until the lth of Novem
ber, wh.ii the season officially .i
brought to a close. The number or
crafts parsing up and down the
: iivam til's late in the year is com
paraliv ly few. fnit the governiiient
keeps up thi ligiiL service until In
river i.; on the roint of closing with
On the last trip of the government
I, oat I. ily up the stream etiou.i:! oil
was left with the various light lender
rilo'ig the way to last until the middle
oT next month.
Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate mem
branes of your throat if you want o
be annoyed. Hut if you want relief,
want to be cured, take Chambci Iain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggiala.
131; oats. 171: hogs 15,m0; cattlo, wnensie oreatn, irequent sneez
H.O0O; sheep, 2T,Ooo. ' iDff- iharge from nose, stoppage
Estimated icceipts Friday Wheat. ' of the noso- kiness of the voice.
' 1.1: I a I j. J ;
58: corn. 151; oats. ISO; hogs, 12.000. imoai, oroppnigs in
Hog market opened steady. Hogs tnroat- a cough, pain in chest. loss
left over 5,077. Light $7.057.70; strnKth. variable appetite, spasms
mixed and butchers, $7.r,0&7.X5; good . 1 . . 'ufe""'K ,uw
An Edison Phonograph can be bought
for your price whether it is $15 or a
higher r rice up to $125, all playing
both Ambcrol and Standard Records.
teut yu cannot measure the rhono
graph by money. Whether the price
is $15.00 or $125.00, it is not much
to pay for an instrument that will last
a lifetime, which will furnish you good
music every day, which will furnish
you better entertainment than you can
buy in any other way, which will teach
your children to love the best music,
which will bring into your own home
what other people pay large sums and
go a long distance to hear.
Kdison Standard Recordi ... je
Kdison Ambcrol Records (twice as long) soe
Edison Grand Opera Records . . 75c
There re Kdison dealers everywhere. Cn to the neirett
nd hear the Kdison 1'honoeraph play both Kdison Standard
and Ambcrol Records. Get complete catalogs lrom your
dealer or from us.
NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY
75 Lakaaida Avaaua, Orana, N. J.
heavy, $7.25&7..S5; rough heavy, $7.2i
Cattle market opened weak.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha Hogs. 2.0IH1; cattle, 6,000.
Kansas City Hogs, 8,000; cattle,
Hog market closed strong 5 and iO
raising or mucous, ciitticuity 111
breathing, loss of vital force.
The Harper house pharmacy has a
sensible remedy (money back if it
fails) for catarrh, called Hyomei,
which is a vaporized air so antiseptic
that when it is breathed over the
in flammed and germ-Infested mem-
ison . Records and
. hrano it Irilta nil fatrm 1 i f o anrt t rrtc
cents lower. Hulk sales. $7.55&7.yi. ',.
Light, 7.15&7.75; mixed and butchers.
I The price, including hard rubber
I7.30&7.90; good heavy, $7.30&7.93; inhaler, is only $1.00 and money
lough heavy. $7.SU&7.50. back ,f it doesn't cure. Extra hot-
Cattle market closed steady. .ties, 50 cents.
Sheep market closed steady. : have tl.ie'd aimost eVery catarrh
Northwestern receipts: cure on the market without benefit.
Minneapolis Today, 3S3; last week, nave been using Hyomei for one
DeWITT'S KIDNEY AND BLADDER PILLS
430; last year. 234.
Duluth Today, 4C5; last week, 502;
last year, 279.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
to lower, corn unchanged.
week and feel like a new man al
ready." William V. Goode, Newark,
Ohio, June 21, 1909.
All the news all the time THE
Liverpool closing Wheat to 1 d. ARGUS. "
Jencke Music House
1620 Second Avenue.
Edison phonographs sold on special terms of nothing down
and $1.00 per week. Come in tomorrow and select your ma
chine and have it sent to your home.
Every Edison record carried in stock.
ARTHUR P. GRIGGS,
121 East Second street, Davenport.