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HOLIES HI QLOOU.
Distressing Calamity Near
LOSS OF TOKEK LIVES.
Grace 3!axwII, XelUe Zollinger
. .- and Blanche SiraensoD.
ILL VI ERE DROIT JTED THIS MORNING.
First Heroically Oava Her Life t
the Others DlilrtM ud Sor
row la the Tillage The Bed Irs
A'ahocking fftta'fty it enshrouded the
borne of thre of the bt-at known fami
lie of Port Bjroa in gloom, occurred
nvout 11 o'clock tbia morning.
Apart? ft joung people were ctop
ibr about two mile above the town, nnd
the .younger one were pitying
about the bank of the rirer. Xellie
Zollinger acd Blanche Simonaon, aged
reapectiTely, 13 and 12 Tear, were wad
ing about on the sand bar. upon which
the water is quite shallow at that point.
In walking down stream they both siipped
off the end ot the bar and a moment later
were beyond the reach of anyone. Grace
Marwrtt.myed 21 years, and Stella
Blakesley, another young lady about the
same age, witnessed the accident and
immediately tried to reach the unfortu
nate B;Uevoaes in a boat, but in attempt
ing . tl) f asce them Miss Maxwell fell
from 'the boat and was carried away
in the current. Miss Blakesley afterward
beingjbtpught to shore. Nellie Zollinger
was a daughter of Postmaster John Zol
linger -5Btach Smonton. the only
daughter of ex-Representative J. W.
Simonson, of that place, and Grace
Maxwell, the daughter or J. TV. Max
well, of the Port Byron Lime company.
The accident has thrown a veil of sad
ness orer the entire community where
tie accident occurred, as all are well
At a late hour this afternoon the
bodies had not been recovered, as the
current is very swift at that point and
they would probably be carried down the
Baseball tomorrow, 3:30.
Qiickmeal gasoline stoves at David
Judge Pleas ints has gone to Colfax,
Iowa, on a visit.
Joliet vs. Rock Island-Moline tomor
row. Game at 3:30.
John Haney of Cordova was in the city
yesterday on business.
Mai Alex Mackenzie went to Fulton
this morning on business.
John Leslie, of Coe, was in Rock Isl
and yesterday on business.
J. B. McFarlane, of Cable, was in
Bo;k Island visiting yesterday.
MrTo'Lae and wife went to Chicigo
last night on a short visit.
Hugsv Morrison and wife, of Aledo,
are visiting friends in the city.
T. C. Mattherly, of Florence, Minn.,
is in Rjck Island visiting friends.
Louis Reeves leaves today for Spring
field. 111., where he has a position.
Attend, the irame tomorrow. Joliet
vs. Rock lsland-Molino. Game at 3:30.
The dump boat ia gone and George
Lamont Is the happiest man in town.
Otto's band gives the regular con
cert at Hincher's gardea this evening.
Fred B. Parker of Trenton, Mo . is vis
iting frleoda in the city for a few days.
Charles' Fischer, of 8ioux City, lows,
is visiting friends In and about the city.
John Kel(y is home from Sioux Falls,
Dak., andjrmay remain here perma
nently. The U. P. Sunday school has gone to
Prospect park, Moline, today on its
Mrs. Jloward Biker of Hampton, who
has been visiting her folks here, returned
to her home today.
Mrs. B. G. Carlton has returned from
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. F. W.
Young at Biirdstown.
Tonight occurs the regular annaal
meeting of the Rack Island Ciiizens' Im
The clove makers at Bennett's store
r'o-- Arj holding their annual picnic at
the Watch Tower today.
Ano'-ber shipment of gtsolire stoves
arrived today. Be sure and see their.
They are the best. David Don.
Mrs. A. Biackhall and Mrs. Henry
Sears leave tonight for Rush Centre,
Kan., rn a visit to relatives and friends.
A Belgian employed at the Rock Island
Lumber company's B mill, had his right
leg broken just above the ankle by a log
rolling on it, late this afternoon.
Mrs. W. A Thompson. Mis Anna Ba
fcrd acd Miss Lucia Mackenzie left last
night for Minnetonka on the steamer
William Stephens, who has been home
on a viit the past few days, returned to
Dubuque this morning, where Larkins &
Stephens have a paving contract.
Literary and musical tomorrow even
icg at tne First 1L E. church, commenc
ing at 8 o'clock. Business meeting at
7.3 J. A fine programme has been
Rev. R. F. Sweet returned last even
ing fiom northern Michigan, where he
has been camping out. He spent some
of bis time trouting, and had splendid
Miss Bessie Billings who has been in
the city visiting friends, and enjoying
the carnival festivities at Davenport re
turned to her home in Cedar Rapids this
Mrs. Margaret Brady has filed a suit in
the circuit court for separate mainten
ance against ber husband, Andrew
Brady, which will come up at the Sep
Capt. Tom Fuller of the C. M- & St.
P., passed through the city yesterday on
his way to St. Louis, and will visit New
Orleans and other southern cities before
Tomorrow evening the monthly meet
ing of the Missionary Guild, of St. Paul,
will be held at Trinity church. On Sat
urday, the feast of the Transfiguration,
there will be a celebration at 9 a. m.
Phil O'Brien, formerly one of the pop
ular conductors on the St. Louis division
of the C . B. fc Q , and who is now run
ning on the Burlington out of Kansas
City, is in the city calling on old friends.
The two blight little daughters of H.
N. Wood, aged respectively. 10 and 12
years, have gone to Chicago to spend
their vacation with their aunt, Miss Anne
McConaell, formerly of this city.
Lon McLain, a bailff under ex-Sheriff
Perkins, and who is now a member of
the Des Moines police force, is in the
city calling on old friends. He is ac
companied by his little daughter. May.
The Seventh judicial district bar con
vention was held at Davenport yesterday
afternoon, and Judges F. H. Wolfe, of
Clinton county, and A. J. House, of
Jackson, nominated as their own succes
Wanted A small dwelling between
Seventeenth and Twentyseventh streets,
and north of Tenth avenue. Price not
over f 900 cash. Give number of bouse
and size of lot. Address "House."
From Cashier Baford's report of the
condition ot the Rock 11 and 8avings
Bank appearing elsewhere, it will be
seen that the institut;on is still flourish
ing. The deposits are now $1,035,247.
44. The loans outstanding are $935,
9S6.44. Express Messenger Larry Lyons of the
M &St. P. is laying off, having been
called home by the death of his mother
at Racine. R. G' Piersoll is running in
his place, while Brakeman P. J. O'Brien
is handling baggasre. Brakeman Meyer
is running in the place of the latter.
There were two more narrow escapes
at the ferry dock last night. A lady fell
overboard as the boat was pulling out
from the Davenport sbcre, and was fished
out in time to save her life, while a man
who was laboring under an uncontrollable
overload came sear getting in as the
boat was landing on this side.
Louis Englin was most agreeably sur
prised by a large party of friends swoop
ing down upon him at his home, 513 Sev
enteenth street, last evening. The occa
sion was Mr. Englin's 30th birthday,
and the company brought many hand
some remembrances of the occasion. The
evening was spent in a manner to make
it long remembered by those present.
President Louderback, of the Daven
port & Rock Island Street Railway com
pany, yesterday gave Supt. Schnitger and
Electrical Eagineer Fredericks instruc
tions to commence the construction of
the Elm street extension along Four
teenth avenue at once, and the work will
be put in as soon as possib'.e. Mr.
Louderback stated this morning that he
did not propose to confine himself to the
privileges accorded by the ordinanre as
to running cf cars, but that tte 6 a. m.
and 6 p. m. cars would run to the lower
end factories for the accommodation of
the workingmen, and as soon as business
warrants the cars will be run on less time
than the ordinance permits.
At the meeting of the ladies' committee
on the Augustan a university exposition,
held in the president's room at the col-
fr m h, SBSSB
lege this morning. Mis. C. A. Braid, of
Chicago, was chosen as chairman of the
committee. Mrs. Oscar Hall, of Rock
ford, Miss E.la LinCsUom, of Chicago,
and Mrs. M. C Williamson, of Gales
burg, were also present. It was decided
to appoint a committee from each con
gregation in the synod to compose an
auxiliary cammittee. Other arrange
ments were made for committeemen for
the three cities, after which the meeting
adjourned to go to Black Hawk Tower,
where a ruias meeting is being held
ANOTHER GREAT GAME.
Ten Innings at Twin City Park
Bsek lsaa-Haiiae JaeknaaTllle
Play Hr flae Bail lal
Used is Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
The home team took another game,
which is the last of the series here from
Gar fcecker's Grays, after an exciting 10
inning contest this morning. Bartson
and Connors were in the box for their
respective teams, and pitched good games
The features were the remarkably heavy
hitting of the two teams. Lynch s stop
of a fizzing liner, and Nullon'a pretty
catch of a straight hit from Moriarity's
bat, making a double play. Below will
be found the score:
R H P A
Wright. S..1 14 4
Camp. S...3 3 1
Moriarijr.rf.S 1 O
HecKtr. l. l a u
Fjoa,cf...X 3 8 0
Kwter, If 0 1 1 0
Brigs, e.-.l 0 8 0
Scbaob. a. I 1 4 4
Connors, p .0 0 0 3
R H P A
1 Hcmp.cf .. 2 8 10
0 Nalton. 1 0 0 3 &
0 McGa'.rk, 11 3 1U 1
OO'Psj, S...4 14 5
0 Hoffmaa. m l 3 1
0 Zeis, if 1 8 1
0 !ai?e, C....3 2 0
1 Lmcb. M. 0 3 0 4
1 Bartaon. p.l 0 1 1
Total ... 9 11 30 12 3. Total.. . 11 11 30 13 3
R. I.-Moline 5
! I 4 ! 7 S Ml
000600S 1 O
Batteriea Connora. Brie?: Bartoa. fage.
Earned run. Rock laUnd-Moline. h. Jackaonrii e,
2. Two baae tit Lynch. Hemp, 11 iff x an.
Hfktr. Hits Rock I.fand-Moltne. 13. Jackson
ville. 11. Kirora Rock iiland-Moline. J; Jack
sonville, 3. d-d hie p!av Lyicu. 0"ay, Jtc
Gairk: Jfufton, 0Day. Bawt on ball By Coii -nor.
S: by Bartson, 3; S'inck oot By Connor,
: lyBarton.4 Hit by pttcbar By Connor, 4.
l"mplrt McGinley. Time of came 2:06. Fatsed
Lynch made a brilliant stop of a line
hit eff Hecker's bat.
"Ducky" Hemp's lady-friends pre
sented him with a beautiful bouquet, and
Harry O'Day was the recipient uf a box
Joliet plays here tomorrow according
to the new schedule.
Characteristics of Hood's Sartaparilla:
The largest sale, the most merit, the great
est cures. Try it, and realize its benefits
Sidewalk brick at T- H. Ellis'.
DRESS MAKING MADE SIMPLE
Positively for a few
The French Taylor System, aimplifled. ia now
on eihibitioa and learon are beii.g given in tbe
rcienceof Oresa Catting and Fitting.
Reduced Prices for a Few Days.
Call at once. Thin is tbe very best opportabity
erer offered tbe public.
C. C. WILLIAMS 4 CO.
Mrs. Greenawalfs old stand. 1704
Private instructions (riven at reI lences .
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles of
Here are bargains reduced
"Sour choice 19c, worth up
French Kobs, worth up to
$9, your choice for $3.95.
A few dress patterns at 25c
Ten shades, 25c yard.
Lawn Tennis Flannels.
6c per yard.
All Wool, worth 5S to Tc
a yard, yovr choice 48c.
Cotton Dress Goods, Tc.
of Remnants in
at away down prices.
Half Wool Challies.
All go at 15c per yard:
The above prices hold
good for this week.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CLEMM & SALZMANN,
GREAT B AJRGAINS
D. ROY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on bant the finest brands of domestic
and imported cinars. All brands of tob.cco.
Tbe score of all the ball games will be receivad
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
18T8 SecDnd ve
1525 and 1527
124, 123 and 12S
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one.
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Chrisf mas or
any other time. Come in and see how much t have to show you
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock-Island.
Two Immense Tables Heavily Ladened with AMERICAN
DOLLARS at 50 Cents.
The balance of the stock of Clothing and Furnishings of the
American Clothing Store which we bought at Sheriffs Sale, has been
moved into our store and placed upon BARGAIN COUNTERS
which we are determined to dispose ot at once at less than half price.
Hats worth $i.oo at 25 cents.
Hats worth $1.50 at 50 cents.
Hats worth $2.00 at $1.00.
Hats wort $3.50 at $2.00
Heavy underwear worth 50c at 25c.
Heavy Underwear worth S1.00 at 50 cents.
Men's Pants worth $1.50 at 75c.
Men's Pants worth $3.00 at $1.50.
Men's Pants worth $4.00 at $1.75.
Men's Pants worth $9.00 at $4.50.
Men's Pants worth $11.00 at $5.50.
Men's Overcoats at about Half Price; Children's Overcoats at Half Price; a few bargains in Boys and
Children's Suits, at half price. We are crowded for space and these goods must be disposed of.
Early callers have the advantage of first choice; call early.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe "House in Rock Island county