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fflE AUG US, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 195. CITY CHAT. Buy a home of Reidy Bros. Money to loan, Beidj Bros. Democratic primary tonight. Bargains in children's suits M. A K. California lawn sprinklers at J. W. Stewart's. . Men's tan shoes, the correct styles --M. & K. White mountain freezers .at J. W. Stewart's. Special bargains in children's wash salts M. & K. Postmaster George Dyson, of Rush ville, is in the city. All perishable goods cheap at Long's this evening. You'll always be satisfied when yon trade at M. & K's. Bny yonr white linen shoes and white tronsers'at M. & K's. Good, solid strawberries 10 cents per box at J"i" sen's this evening. Plenty of choice strawberries by express this evening at Long's. Bargains In men's and boys' suits underwear and straw bat M. & K. A big stock of children's novelties in wash suits at special prices M. & K. For a good Turkish bath go to Davenport at 421 and 423 Brady street. Kissen has a larje supply of fancy dairy better at only 15 cents per pound. Dcnutv Collector Lament's inter nal revenue receiptsTor the week were 1440.65. The Rock Island Ministerial asso ciation meets at the Y. M. C. A. at 10:30 Monday morning. The Tri-C'ityi and Clintons play at OtTernian island tomorrow. Round trip and admission to game 25 cents. Season tickets are good for round trip on the boat and admission to the game at the Island tomorrow after noon. Messrs. C. H. Lippincott. M. A. Patterson and E. S. bpaulding, of the Peoria office force, are spending the day fishing at Spring Lake, Iowa. A ne v laundry linn occupying the old gai works building with M. II. Sexton and Kd Baiiersfeld as the pro prietors, was formed a strong com bination. R. G. Summers will conduct to morrow afternoon's Y. M. C. A. meeting. There will also be quartet singing under the leadership of J. A. Johnson. If you want any good, solid straw berries this evening or tomorrow morning call at Xissen's South park grocery, as he is soiling them at 10 cents per box. The net sum realized for the bene fit of St. Anthony's hospital from the Mother Goose" entertainment of Thursday evening, it is believed, will be about $200. Members of the alumni are ur gently requested to be present at a called meeting to be held Monday ' evening at 8 o'clock in the High school assembly hall. The funeral of Mrs. Minnie J. Pax ton will occur from the residence of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Thier ninn, on Thirtieth struct, tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. The residence of Christian Ein fcldt, on Fourth avenue, totally de stroyed by lire Friday morning with a loss of $l,00i), whs insured for $S75 in Iluesing .i Hoeft's ageucies. George Sanburn, of Moline, ap peared before Judge Adams in the county court yesterday anil ad mitted he was the father of Miss Em ma Johnson's illegitimate child. He agreed to pay $100 down to the woman and $50 annually for nine years for the support of the child. A stranger giving his name as George Williams, of Dixon, rented a Columbia wheel of Fred Llovd, yes tcrday morning, and he has not re turned. The wheel's number was CHtil and tbo Columbia companv of fcrs a reward of $.i in all cases of wheels of its make being stolen. The 12-foot wall which Andrew Hannah was building at (1. sham's brick kiln in South Ruck Island gave way yesterd.-.y afternoon, burying him beneath it. His right jaw bone was broken and several gasbe were inflicted about his bod v. He was taken to his home at Stewartville. The South Hick Island caucus to elect delegates to Wednesday's (teraocra ic county convention was held this afternoon. T. S. Silviswas chairman and Ed Maucker secretary, Ielegates were selected . follows T. S. Silvis. William Heidemann, C Donovan, Frank Brockmsnn and P. Dingldioe. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pendor. who have been makiug it unpleasant for Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Da- MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free ViiMU Ammonia, Alum or any ouicr auuiuaaiu. r CREAKS lACfflN AO YEARS Trie a I anuaku. neighbors by their repeated quarrels, were each fined $25 and costs by MagUtrate Schroeder yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Pender's fine was suspended, and Thomas went to jail in default of production of the neces sary, which was furnished today. Officer Bender, patrolling his beat in the central portion of the city, was the first to discover yesterday morning's fire, which was close to the Central engine house and the po lice station as to almost scorch either, and in running to an alarm box be fell and tore both trouser legs so that they had to be retired. Neat programs have been issued for the tenth annual commence ment of the Milan High school senior class Wednesday evening. May 29, at the Milan town ball. Charles F. Stegmaier is principal of the school, J. C. Johnston, president of the board of education, William Gold smith, secretary, and Dr. Wiggins director. The members of the Tri-City High school base ball clubs and the senior class of the Rock Island High school were banqueted by the sophomores last even ng. The assembly and northwest rooms were tastily deco rated, the colors of the respective ciuos ana tne class of 'i5 being also festooned about the walls. A pro gram was given and refreshments served, the sophomores doing them selves proud as entertainers. Hon. William Payne arrived from Springfield last evening to spend Sunday. Yesterday was the last day on which the governor could sign the bin providing tor the northwestern insane asylum, and Gov. Altgeld assured the representative before he leit mat be would append his sijrna' ture to the bill. The next duty will be the appointment of commissioners and then the location. Rock Isl and seems to be conceded to be the most accessible point for the hospital. and if the proper effort is made it will probably be located here. TOOK CLARK IN CHARGE. The Way They Trrat tho A . P. A. Nuisance lu Davenport. In Davenport the authorities have a different way of dealing with peo ple who make a public nuisance of themselves than th;y have on this side of the river. The A. P. A. rep resentative who was extended such unusual privileges by the shrriiT and the mayor in being permitted to use public property to carry on hisabus. ive harangue, was not even given the use of the tax-payers' property over there, but was arrested for ped dling without a license, as he should have been here had not the otlicers controlling the situation been in the grip of the organization he repre sents. J be Democrat of this morn ing says: "The A. P. A. lectures at Fourth and Main streets came to an end last nijjht so6n after Lecturer Clark re sponded to some vocal demonstra tions of disapproval on the part of his big audience by displaying a re volver a foot long with the explana tion that he and bis friends were ready for anvone that niiytit molest them, etc. Chief Kessler concluded that it was time that he interfered before either rocks or bullets began to fly, as a large part of the throng on foot and in carriages that filled the street was composed of women and children. . So he took Mr. Clark in charge for violation of the ordi nance prohibiting the sale of books or other articles without license, On the previous evening Mr. Clark made the mistake of conducting a sale of A. P. A. literature without having obtained the necessary legal permit to do so. A crowd of several hundred people followed the officers and their prisoner to the police sta tion. and one of Clark s friends, who went to Rock Island to secure bail for him. found it necessary to ask for police protection until he could get into a bridge car. In the course of an hour or so bail was secured and the lecturer was released." Itiver Klplet. The packet Sidney went up. The stage of the water was sta tionary at the bridge at 4.10 at noon; the temperature in. The Moline, Verne Swain and Mountain Belle came down, the lat ter with eight strings of logs, and theC. W. Cowles. Sam Atlee. Mo line. Verne Swain and Mountain ISeRe went north. Hall Siutet. Sage's players were given a bad drubbing by" Burlington yesterday, the score t eing 27 to 11. Thelocals arrive this evening to play at OiTer mnn's island tomorrow. The Tri City team plays at OlTer mau's island tomorrow with Clinton. The boat fare and admission to the game will he 25 cents, a boat leaving for the island every 15 minutes. Fur Oradaatrs. We wish to announce that we have just received our line of white slip pers and Oxfords., bought especially for graduating exercises and summer wear. They are positively the new est and latest styles in all sizes and all widths from A to K. made by tie most reliable manufacturers, and at our prices, cannot possibly fail to command attention. We solicit your kind inspection. Respectfully, J. U. C Peteksf.s's Sons. Tne Heather. Fair today, probably followed by showers tonight or Sunday morning, clearing Sunday and much colder by evening. Today's temperature, 79. F. J. Walz. Observer. Dr. II. r. Hall. Practice limited to "bs eye, ear. nose and throat. Spectacles fitted scientifically. Office over Krell & Math's. - Far the School Board. Responding to the expressed de sire of many of our citizens who have a deep interest in city school affairs, R. A. Donaldson has consented, to become a candidate for member of the board of education, thereby com pleting with J. W. Welch the ticket generally favored by common con sent, and from which H. D. Folsom withdrew. The people of Rock Isl and are to be congratnlated on Mr. Donaldson's decision. He is one of the representative citizens of Rock island, popular with alii is one of our most capable business men, and will make the kind of a school direc tor that the people are looking for. The ticket is exceptionally strong and should command, as it is sure to, the endorsement of all people. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when nghtly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with lefj expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presentine in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the ref resiling and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative : effectually cleanse the system, dispelling co!dfl, heaJnches and fevers and permanently curng constipation. It has piv?n satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid nevs. Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from everv obieeiAniable substance. Svrun of Fisrs ir. for sale by all drntf- j;ists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup t!o. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not wcept any substitute if r.t'ered. INTELLIGENCE COLUMN.' OST A PM't OF GoI.I NO -iK GLASSES IN J red ci?c. Kctu n to this otll-e. ""TOR SALE A GO D COOX STOVE, HARD r cntil rturnerat cl t Ian", all in Kood ondilion tall at 749 1" wc.tr third etrvet. I OST O TTM YKF A GRAY GKUMNG 5 it y nr on, F inner pieiet nol y tie ri-Oty fciec nc ?pnnk e company. Davenport, luwa. I OST TOP OF SHIRT SrfD WITH TI7KEE 11 mbici. fnt 'n jr-M, rpprvwntlpfr 3 lcf ciovr. i h; finder will bi l.bcrally rewarded by xawug ai ix is oiuce. CMLE9MAN WANTED SA' ART OR COM O mitt-f tn w.th t xnenrt n r.al'1 t rtirtat party. ncrmanent place; ive ugs Lake Bros. Co., iurverymeti, cincaso. FOR RENT ONE OR TWO FTRNHnED to: m with n-e of b-ith. in rood locality on revenfii awnm. itrerice g.wn ana required, Aaarets m., a rocs o:n:r. II EN WANTED 10 YOU WANT WORKf il have i tie finest line of hoiifelmM jr o- io the countrv : iroort wage can be mad. ; no extcr fet'ce or investment necetfliry : steidy wort fall f'oiu 8 t 10 io f.rtn- on,4 to 6 ill afternoon CharKa Uuran, Commercial but el. TJCTIIY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF HARD 11 times, hen tny woaua or man can mke from $Ii to $10 a day e-sily . A '1 hav hcarl of the wonuertai aucccs or tno "it mar uitn vaner; vet marv an ant to ihii.k thrv can't make money telllutrit: but amoce can make inoi.ey. because ever family wants one. One agent haa made $178 36 in the lat three month?, a tor paying all cup use ami attending to re'jti.ar oupIti be suit's, ion rinn t harts to canvars; as mod m penp'e mo yon have it f r sale they aend for a dish washer. Address the ( limix Mfif. Co., 45 Starr ave.. c ilumbns, Ohio, for particulars. PR PoAL8 FOR FRESH VEuETABL Office Chief Commissary o SaSaiottr c Ch cajto. 111., Airl 94, Healed proposals, la trio ica'e, will he rt-cened here until W o'clock. M., 9ATUKDAV, May 25, 1 at which time and p'ace thev will oe opened in t ie presence of bid ars. Tor itimtJ-ninif ana nem ery or sncn q a rati tie of fre-h tKit iioos and onions a may be re quired b? the 8nbtstetice Department at Fort mady. Mien.. J U r-. n ifarracas, r , fort Ktfuo, Okla , tort Kiley, Kn-s. fort Sheridan, 111.. Fort Si 1. Dkla. Fort Waynes. Mich.. In- d'anapoits Arsenal. Io1 , ad Mock Ilar d Ar- senn'. lit., during nve raootns crrm?i emir Jni 1 . Proo saia wilt be received -p loan opened at the same hoar at i be several posts by the res;K.ttive c misaria of sue 3 iMtsts, etfb pKiat cnmitisary recc.vUii; prfiiail for hts own pnstfinly ty.rnmcni rrve riabt to reject any or ail proposals. Fail in'ortnatioi furnished on apphcttion here or io Acting Cooainissarv ol H-jbaioteuce at any post. nvciopes con a nlns pr"T'0is shon rt be markt d Proposal for Fresh VegetahitV and a dresfcd to nnderigned or a. l S at post bid for. J. U. OILMAN Lu Ool., A.C.G. S. WANTED 10 Aen. To solicit onltn for hardy narwrj stock, orna; mental tr r and hmb; roth city and country woik. Big pi; steady work; good Urtltory neu borne. L. 1 MAY & CO., St. Paul, Minn. Reidy Bros. Real Estate e Insurance and Loans. Koom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'np. Telephone 1002. TURN YOUR BACK On those who aim to destroy your health by trying to sell you anything but a . . Leonard Cleanabls Refrigerator. 300 screen doors, plain or fancy. 300 window screen flyers. 300 window screens, Dodd's pat. 150 refrigerators, all styles and sizes. 72 Home and Hero ice cream freezers. 37 Quickmeal Gasoline stoves. 23 gas stoves, every style and size. 14 M. & D. steel ranges. 62 Home Riverside stoves and ranges. The above goods are all of the very best makes, and if you are in terested in any of them "it will pay you to get our prices. DAVID DON, 1615-1617 Second Ave. KRELL & MATH. Any day during busi ness hours and watch the pleased expressions of our customers as tbey emerge from our doors, and you'll begin to see that we are the people when it comes to a question of where to go for Hang on the CornfT For Si mmer Drinks. Krell & Math. We have" it on reliable authority that at Krell & Math's confectionery you can have every kind of cake except the stomach ache; you can't have that there at any price, as the confection ery made by Krell & Math is pure, fresh and wholesome. Considering its high quali ty, too, it is very reasonable in price. KRELL & MATH, Party Supplies. Ice Cream, Soda, And Phosphates. Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Av. Have just received, unpacked and placed in readiness another large shipment of . MEN'S SUITS at $7.39. These suits by far, surpass anything ever shown in this or any other city at anywhere near this price. You must not fail to see our line of ." MEN'S SUITS ATS3.98. They are not the common pointed satinet kind. We carry . Mcjnty re-Reck Dry Goods co. Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Buy Standard Sewing Machines. Mattings. Matting season is over with the importer. We closed a good many lots of from 1 to 5 pieces of a kind and place on sale the last shipment of fine, high grade mattings that will be offered this season at any where near these prices. s A 64c IS ro'li fane China mattlnn. abonld ba 194c. ' At IS'tc S toi f jdct man iocs, worth lie. Al1fii4-5rni;f net eO.cta, woa'dbefiod Talna atZlHo. At 17'i. 7 rol ver prttiy pattern In matdnca, worth Se. t V3tc S rol rxt-a ae.rrted stork of wiatttLira. abonld be Ste At SSc 8 rol'a of the beat 35c and 4Jc mat-logs, mo:e deferable thin carpet fir rummer use. . Aprons and Dresses. 10 dozen children's rnffl-d dreate at. each 25c. Si i)ozn other atvle at 35c 39c, 49c, 4c 5T. 63c and Cse. all rery much below tegular prices tor thete garaenU, Von cant afford to make them. For one week we e(T.T onr ntir stock o' eh'ldren white oresa aprons, worth tmni 50c to 1 48 a c. . 49c. c and 6t)c Excellent assortment of tiylta, lice and embruidcty trimniel and very desirable. Dress Goods. SO piece w and strllfh sprlrsr dress got da In checks and mix tare, were vAe and 4Sc a yrd, at only ate 15 pi. ccs 38 aud 3$:nch farcy woo. dress goojs S2c,S"c and 33c, for one week. S2Hc. Standard Sewing Machines. standard mhine are the test to bny because the easiest rnnnlnc and irost reliable. Prices til and np. I anally (SS and np. We are sole agecta. John Koch, Sr., Headquarters for BICYCLE SUPPLES. AGENT FOR Ajax Bicycles BICYCLES. MADE TO ORDER. A Bicycle repaired with neatness and dispatch. 2i8 Market Square. HARDWARE! Mixed House And Floor Paints, Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Refrigerators, Wash Machines, Etc., Etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenue. PARKER'S Laundry, wiuhM Everything Fran a Fine Silk Handkerchief to a OlrcuTent. Lice Cart&lni a Specialty, No. 1724 Third Ave. A. M. P4BKER Telephone No. 1214. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island. MADAM Will during the" month of May make dresses at reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guar anteed. $5.00 Reduction to Pupils Taking Full Course t In Mme. Kellogg's System of Dress Cutting and Making. Former pupils are cordially invited to visit the school snd profit by instructions in measurements and helpful talk upon scientific and artistic dressmaking every Thursday at 2 p.m. Mme. Kellogg, Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport. 5vl ...Twt:.x - Umbrellas. Umbrellas for sun and rain at amaaingly low prices. High grade, best quality umbrellas at low grade prices. T?ayy serge (Ilk ann umbrellas, acala erooka, worth J 2, will be J1.48. ( Good eenre a'lk ticht ro'l nmcrellas. Imported steel rods, Dresden bal: heads, wa.-ta S. at ta.18. Klepan tsfleta llk. tlpht roll nmbreVas with ailser name plate on clap, something ntw and worth H. at $J Oents t6-lnch tight roll silk umbrellas witheatherrraee, at IS . UinalTalnefS. ihssapeake ailk nmbrellas, famous the coon'ry orer,t.csaally as.TJ, this week Eret? Cheaapeake ambrella gntraateed for one; year, A special drive In eerge ailk piraeon frame ambrella, nice natural crooks, at etc; wouW be bargain at (1 .(5. D not think of purchasing parasol withrat first feeing whst we are offering. Quality considered we are la price, as always, the cheap, eat Men's Shirts. Two very special drives for this week. Item 1 Excellent 8e unlsntiderel shirts, line lines bosom, supe rior mnslto, patent teams reinforced, only 47c. It-m t -Lanndried shirts, wr 11 made and finished, wh'ch yon eant mat.h fur lt-ss than 6.'tc elsewhere, we will tell at 47c KELLOGG, LATEST NOVELTIES IN iw mm goods OMT BB IEH AT E. F. DORN, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Honae Block Headquarters for Boys' Novelties.