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BOLD AND VICIOUS.
The Way Ex-Supervisor 8. W.
A SETTLED PCT.
S 5 So
Woodbum was. Robbed.
COMPELLED TO TDM OVER $400.
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ee fort tt0mm Wwatr. mt rr.
rwum tit kmK
A startling report ooine from
nrt Ityro of bold robbery, of
luvh evfnprrisor S. W. Wood
ri the victim. While the
lark entire . verification. It
'Wiih from a reliable source, and f
a the effect thai on Thursday nljrht
awjjtars entered the horn of Mr.
a)oIbnr. and after hading him
pMred leree all fiver his clothe,
threatening to apply a match unless
4i1;rel the whereabouts of 400
hi.h wa hid In the cellar. Mr
aomiDnrn sunmiticti. anl securing
'he money the scoundrel escaped.
Lt n'tcM hnrrlars entered Mar
anil rtfo'. general More at Cordova
i1 pt ir with fitto worth of n
tinn. jewelry, etc. The marauder
re probably the unii- jwtr who com-
mtue.i me. outrage al Mr. W.wmI-
hnrn h'uc the previous night,
7.ile ttibson was lined anl costs
tr disorderly conduct by "Squire
nriKn'r i oil ay.
Htiry Inker arrested by fli
'r Miilnnecn. Iat evening, for
James O'llerne Itoiind over in
l."Mhi aftrrnNn to answer to
the charge of sodomy.
Phil Johnson was arrested at nivm
Way l.y officer lumlaM for Iw ing
drunk. I'jmn searching him theofli
r fott th? a revolver.
ThecoM winl of last evening, al
though it !n all probability account
hr the !. is nn excuse for the sneak
Atef who stole, a nice plush lap robe
from I. Mruon'a buggy while it was
tanking in front of hi residence, on
Twentieth afreet. The police were
otifietl. but no trice can le found o!
Mr. Margaret K. Iye. residing.
int Thirtv-cighth street
lerday morning at ;
ock of acute
Ive was the w ife
'.".imam lre. a C. R. 1. P.
arakrman. ani was SH year and 4
Month old. The remain were taken
Victor. Iowa, lor Interment ves
John Hroomhall returned thi
Morning fmm Marlon. Ind.. rum
wned l.y the sorrowful tiding of
Jie death of hi little daughter
'ra-e. wLH b occurred at the home
f her grandmother. A Mitccntb
treet. of bronchitis, aged 10 month
and 17 lii;. The funeral will W
held from M. Joseph's church at 2
"clock tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. V. O. Schmidt, forntcrlv of
thi city. died at her home at Mur
hyaborougb. Ill..yeterday. ageil 27.
"ba leave with her stricken huband
mm child, a little girt. 3 year of age.
(nrad .rhmtttt and "Mil- lira
hmidt. of Koci Uland. have gone
n Murphy Mrough. and the remain
will prohnWy he bronght to Knck ll
im! jur interment.
Icetcnlay evening at 7 oV:N-k4
.wctirred the death of Kotrt Wal
lace, the 3-year'and H-nn.nth-o!i on
ff Mr. an.l'Mr. Hugh Wallace, at the
atwe .f hi grandarenf. Mr. and
Mr. i:.lrt le. 727 Twentieth
trert. He h n-n u(T-ring fr
onie time w ith brain fever, and it at
!t caned the Heath of a bright and
e!otrl cnilil. Ilint-ral ervtee Were
held at the late residence l.y I:-t.
I . I'. Mar'iii al ?::( o'clm'k thi
aftcrniton. snd the intcrtuent witl !
at Table at 2 o'cI.H-k Min.lny.
ftlM n W a.
A rector of K'tham once gave out
lb wimU "Who art thouT and. a
pitieU tor a moment, an ofti.-er la
Waifnrm. who had Jut entered the
buriU. uiI-Bly hatted and Uking
the iu -t oa a prwiaitl, promptly re
piiel: "r. I am tlie recruiting officer
f tW" M vteentlt Komt, and, having my
wife and daughter with me, aliould be
(lad to nVie the acquaintance of the
kttfff and reatry of the neighbor-
Weaia Tbev treat Hal ?
Tinea o mnvn h id a gal a at boop
aklrt aad criaoliae. it U latcrestiny
toknow thct at the perfornaace of
awaMler oratorio of The Messiah"
five in PuBtiAon the 14th af April,
a?47, o f reat wan the aailety of tha
fwople to obtain eata that tb ladiea
f ranis agreed for the time being to
fooiit withont hiop. no that aa ad
ditional auaaher of peop'e con Id be ad
aaitted la taa aurttencc
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A purt C'pt Cnam of Tartar Powder. Fic
I Ammonal, Alum of any other aduHcnnL
40 YBACS THL aTAN&AJU.
A pair of
M. 4k K. celebrated shoe.
I.uncb at the Mar
Oyater lunch at the Manhattan
Bet n Rcevird flour at C J.
Baled hay and t raw at ticorgc W.
Atere. " '
X. Jordan, of Cambridge.
the city yeterlay.
Ovtcr lunch will he erved at the
(rand r.yter lunch at the Man
hattan club tonight.
Fur! Headquarter for tine fur
at Lloyd MewartV .
Free lunch at the Mar aloon on
Market qnare tonight.
Buy your ho at Dolly Kro.
They are the let and cheapet.
Bet on Record floor I made from
No. northern hard pring wheat.
Attend the dance at Ku' hall
Saturday. Nov. 1M. Admfcaion free.
Mr. and Mr. Morri KocnlieId
have rctnrni'd from their iit to
ook and heating Move very cheap
at assignee ale. 322 Rradv tr-t.
Uran.l h.k k of the celebrated ;ia-
tenburv underwear at nccial price
at M. ft KV.
The Mare of the water at the llock
Iland bridge at noon wa 1:40; the
NcNon Xordtrom. the Market
.-juarc tailor, make a pclalty of
ding gmnl work.
rder your uit i.f XcK.n A- Xord
trom, the Market mnirr tailor.
Thcv will fit vou.
t'arjiet, rug. chair, table. tive
etc., at axsigncc" sale, 322 Brail
t'hcaiwft place in the c.itv to luiv.
and the verv Iki of underwear, at
Save from 2A to 7."i cent jicr pair
on niie ami children' hoe bv
buying at lKilly Bro
Men' and Imv cap in great
auunuance ail mt.c. otvlc s.i
r.1fJS TT L1Va "stewart;.
(loc the largest line of line
ylovea in the citv. and price always
the low cm. at Lloyd Stewart.
A big aving al the aignce' ale
of furniture, carpet. Move, etc..
322 Brady atreet. Davenport. Iowa.
The Knight of Pythia ' give a
grand ball at their Catle hall in
'are' block next Monday evening.
Weycrhauer A- IVnkmann today
moved into their new office on the
corner of Second Mreet and Third
At the meeting of Company B of
Davenport lat evening, Lieut. Fred
Jonc wa elevated to the captaincy
of the company.
Bed room and parlor Miil. pring
and mattrec, comf-irt and blan
ket, at assignee a!e. 322 Brady
trect. Ia Ten port.
It ie gently whiH-rcd that the en
gagement will hortly be announced
of a popular Hock Nland young lady
to a Buckeye gentleman.
That grocer old yon a cheaper
graJe of flour, and charged the ame
pri-e for it a IWt on Kecord. In
it on getting, Bet on Beoird.
Jnt received a large hliipnicnt of
children' hoe at Di.JIy Bro..
which they are M-iling 2 jut cent
!e than any dcalvr in the throe
Young tii.ii' meeting at the V. M.
I". A. tomorrow at 3:3' p. m. ISe.
William Smith will addrc tlicm.ft
ing. Ail young men are cordiallr in
vited to c.nie. ,
Mi Kvangeline Burgh entertained
a progreive euclire party of IS
eioiple in a picaant maiincrla.t eve
ning, in honor of her friend. Mr. M.
A. summer, of m-nvcr.
in Knglin ha accepted a good
Hitin in Chicago, which account
for hi diNal of hi lock of mer
chant tailoring good here, and the
placing of hi More in the hand of
Mer. Nordtrom A- Xelon. hi
The t Iklac flnyl 'rM.
At lat the viking hip ha been
beard from. It ha gone a far a
(iraftonon the Miiippi river, hav
ing paed through the Chicago and
llltnoi canal and down the IIHnoi
river. It was delayed five day in
the latter lwcane of low water. In
ome place it wa too challow to en
able the viking to float and ho had
to drag over the bottom. That,
however, wa aoft, o it did not hurt
the vcmccI. Report from pilots on
the Miiippi Mate that the water
i very low. in eome places only
three feet, which makes it impossi
ble lor the viking to go up the river,
as Cap!. Anderson intended, espe
cially as it is now very late. She is,
therefore, to proceed south to St.
Louis, and the captain has gone
down there to secure a pilot and tow
boat. Snthetdiipof the Norsemen
w ill not lie seen here this year. It is
understood that she will remain on
the lower Mississippi, and the trip to
the headwater may lie made next
Wleil.in tMiial uM-r.nlraleBt.
Mll-WAthM., Su. le. runnier J. Col
lins, fur the past three )ear auueriutvud-
nt of the Mooon road, ha been appoint
ed general auperioteudcut of tha Wixcoa
ain Central line, to Uka effaot Nov. 7.
Ha is a brother of Susertntendent Collins.
of the St. Paul road. .
M. & K. shoes.
They are the best.
Electric Cart Will Cross the
Rock Island Bridges.
LICEHSE TO BE O&AXTED AT 0I0E.
Will mt tmm
Keaoawd to the
klectric cars will cross the Rock
Island bridges between the cities of
Rock Island, and Davenport.
This fact which it wa intimated
the other day would soon be decided
in favor of of the movement in be
half of the substitution of modern
means of transit for horse cars, wa
settled today, when the information
came to The. Aaors from official
. . , - t . . . . .
sources ai v asningion mat ine war
department wonld sanction the
Trlavaph ml Pran .
The decision on the part of Secre
tary lmont reflects hi good judg
ment and proper conception of the
ieoplc's need, and the result is due
to the cneagy and influence exercUed
by ox-Congressman Ben T. Cable, in
placing the matter before the de
partment. Realizing that the people
of the three cities desired the im
provement, a !-h)wn by the petitions
r.cently forwarded to Washington.
Mr. Cable at once enlisted hi
effort in thl-ir behalf. The only
oppoMtion came from the already
overfed ferry monopoly, and its
friends and champion. Mr. Cable
soon discovered that, and he was not
long in convincing the department
to the same liclief.
AN UNCONSCIOUS SMUGGLER.
Sh 'rrh4 VTatrlm . Adatti (
alowara Ara th FrMUar.
A French junevile soubrette, had
been spending her holidays on the
lake of (ienrva When about to re
turn to Paris she w as accosted at the
railway station by a young gentleman
whom she had never before. He
handed her. a. sVcl of gold
straw, g1led wi,h he choice8t flower
auu said: "I am also going to Paris,
and these flowers (.hall serve to in
troduce us to each other."
W'hen, on their arrival in Paria,
Mile. Lily stepped into a cab, the
atranger said to her: "If you will wait
a moment, I will have the basket filled
with sweets in place of the flowers, aa
the latter are faded."
On receiving the basket five minutes
afterward the soubrette was astonished
at its lightness, and told her com
"Xo wonder." said the renUemaa;
"your little hands have conveyed duty
free across the frontier eighteen key
less watches, which lay concealed in
the moss." So saying,' he lifted his
hat and disappeared.
Ihe wanderer assented. In the vio
let calm of evening he stood at the
backdoor of the humble cot His
trousers were frayed at the bottom
and his coal had known the touch of
the bull dog. "Yes madam," he said,
"I was driven to it by fate." The
lady in the preeu apron with the yel
low snot in the corner looUed sympa
thetic .-With " Retrospectively
he gazed into space as he spike.
' all the train robberies and rail
road accidents there's nothing to dp
but w alk if you want to be on the
safe side." She vouchsafed him
slab of apple" pic without further com
aiiCrr'sc fnim a!laecu prcnlir to their rt caa
lh n luh atrrirr rorm-tire and tonic will kt
nuneni! rr'.rr thr wort of-. Book jriviac
;l',.,Vti''1"r wailed Inr. Addmw: Kre.m -A
W hilakcr Block. Uavcuport,
Are showing decidedly the best, largest, finest, most perfect
fitting line of Tailor-made
They are the finest in the City. When you see a neat
-trim-looking Overcoat you can wager it comes from us.
That's the kind and only ones we carry. No old styles
everything new. CORRECT PRICES. In fact, the lowest
on record. Inspection invited.
Sum Store 1804 Second Tenae.
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DAVID I DON,
S-SS. T O O V V KB 8KS.
W f oo V 1.EW I WWIB
Kiver?ulo tlaks. Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
iarlanil Hard Coal Stoves.
The bet or:ni 'nt of Stove In the city.
aiS aoa iai7 Mrrsod
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A !VTS ?J OOO SSSS
AA US IO OS 8
AA XNKO OS
A A X N K O O BSS8
AAA !C J W O O a
A ANNUO OS S
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II A A N XN QO SSSS
New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
And Emerson: -
Instrnicents sold on easy
time payments. Violins
and accordeons at half
i815 Second At.
Ma m a
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc.. may
I obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
F-r Ladies From 'J a. ui. to
12 ni. on weekday. For lien
tlcnien From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
ni., and from 1! p. ni. to 9 p. m.
on week days. On Sundays the
rooms will le ocn from 6 a. ni.
to 11 a. ni. for Ccntlemeu only.
Klectric and Klcclro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business' hours,
tiymnasium connected with bath
. E RC ATS
- Beginning Monday morning, Nov. n, 0Ur
Cloak department will make you happy. ye d(J
not want to carry our cloaks. The style and
price will sell them. Come and see them. You
In Dress Goods we offer ten lines and qual
ities that are simplv world-beaters.
Ask to see our blankets. You will buy. it s
going to get cold.
. MPINTIRE BROS.
Continuing all Week to Make Room for Our
yds black cashmere from
17c to 65c, former price 80 to 70e.
SCO vds shirting at 4, 5 and 6c
a yd. 'Elsewhere 8, 10 and lSJc-
100 pairs ladies' black wool
mittens, at 12c, worth double
Ribbons! Ribbons!, 8f"Teatly
reduced prices , Kabv ribbon's
If pur yarn";"
lients' J hose from 5c up.
Children's black hose 5c, He,
Children's black wool hose, 12c,
15c, 20c, 25c.
Ladies black cotton hose, every
pair warranted, fast black, 7c,
10c, 12c, 15c, 25c.
Ladies woolen hose, 15c, 20c,
25c to 45c.
We also have a line of ladies"
odd sires at low prices, and car
ry a full line of gents and ladies",
V G. YOUNG, Proprietor. 1728 Second Av.
with a .replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at Xo.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied bv
H. J. Folsom'.
n i. esiw.
Domestic Sn. tings
J. F. Eoe?triELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitteis,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rivk Island Nat. HmV
Shoe and Clothing Stores
Clothe Stow 1729 Second
o i !
1709 and 1709 Second avemw
x Large 8-pint extra heavy .,(.
fee pots at 15c. Only 144 'in loi
100 galvanized iron wahtuhI
No. 2 at 58c, worth tl.&i. A'i-
tji a rcotn barg'nscMrai.riliDarv
t w ai ii i tru ii,ti j rjT . as
ter pails at 19c. Elsew h re, 3-.
Small lot stove board. rcv.(!
size. 78c, worth double. Kin
quick, quantity limited.
Large lot Japanned coal bu.-k.
ets at 17c as long as they lat.
A lot of No. 9 flat ihitt'.ni ti
kettles, nickel plated on mnnw
Job lot of J bu. measure. Ja
panned, 15c. Klsewhere, ibr.
Genuine Imported." EnjjliA
semi-porcelain dinner -W. st
t7.50, worth 12.
Being crowded to the r-f. w$
must have the room.
And M't SivH-h
in Rock Island County.
iW-122 Eighteenth St.