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KILLED III A CAVE III,
William Melow Meets Death
Late This Afternoon.
I WO OTHERS BADLY INJURED.
Fatal Accident on Twentieth
Embankment Collapses With
William Melow wu killed 'by tba
caving in of an embankment of clay
on Twentieth etreet hill near Twelfth
avenue at 3:33 this afternoon.
Martin Thena and John Volk, both
fellow Uboren. were aerionaly, if not
The city ambulance waa summoned
and hustledto the scene of the dis
aster. Dr. C Bernhardt accompany-
ing it. The injured men were con
veyed to their homes in the lower end
of the city.
. Undertaker Knox took the body of
Melow In charge, taking it to his
rooms, where the inquest is in pro
The men were engaged in hauling
eiay from the west aide of Twenti
eth street for Contractor William
Kevins, to be used in filling in
depressions In the storm drain on
Twenty-fourth street. Two wagons
were being loaded, and the men were
standing between them and the bluff
when a great mass of dirt slid down,
burying all three men. Theus and
Yolk, were extrloated, but Me
low was burled 15 minutes, and just
na he was gotten out, there waa an
other landslide covering him a sec
ond time. When he was dug ont he
expired in a few minutes.
Melow who was a teamster in the
mploy of William H libera, was 20
years of age and single. He lived
with his widowed mother, Mrs. Wil
helmina Melow, 825 Sixth street.
Uis father. Carl Melow, was killed in
the alley near Market Square some
years ago. .
Tha Other Iajarva In, '
The iojurles of the other men can
not be determined as yet. Theus'
head was badly cut, while Yolk's
teeth were knocked out and he waa
seriously injured internally.
One of the wagons was smashed
and the other damaged, and a horse
SCORES WITH THE RIFLE.
Am IiUmllaf Prattle Shoot at the
The Marlin club had an interesting
praotice shoot at its range in Hin
oher's garden yesterday afternoon.
The scores, best out of possible 50,
were as follows: 115 yards Lieut
Horney. 45;S. Edwards. 41;McGin
ly. 41; Blakesley, 44; McHugh. 39;
Mitchell. 38; Harms. 40; Laflin. 36;
Buford, 85; White, 33; 110 yards
Connelly. 45; Junge, 39; Iluber. 37;
100 yards Mixter. 46; Wadsworth,
42; White. 40; Simmons, 36; Durham,
85; Tipton, 82.
The shooting for the prizes will
oommence next Tuesday at 3 o'olock
la the afternoon. A tnrkey shoot Is
to be held Monday afternoon.
The Weather We Hay Hare. 1
Generally fair tonight and Thurs
day; colder Thursday; westerly
The temperature has fallen In the
northern sections west of the great ;
lakes and In Colorado and Utah.
Elsewhere there has been a sUgit .
rise. The lowest morning tempera
tare is aero at Havre, Mont
Today's temperature 87.
F. J. Walz, Observer.
Te W a OeM tm Oh Dm.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
u is wis to cars, xo cents.
When bilious or costive eat Cas-
eeret, candy cathartic, cure gnaran
tead. 10 cents. S5 cents
.Highest Honors World'. Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
e Crane Chm of Tartar fWder. aw
SUIT OVER THAT SIXTY.
The suit on the strength of
John Martene' claim to recover
20 of . the WO at the Daven-
Eirt police atatioo, taken from
cDarrah at the time Kenwortby
naa mm and the two women
arrested la Davenport for robbery,
la being tried In Justice Altaian's
court in Davenport today. Yester
day Kenworthy sent a note over de
manding the 160 of Chief Kesaler.
but he declined to give it np without
an order of court or otherwiae satis
Mince meat and currants ft cents a
package at Horton'a.
Just ODened a fresh harral nf annv
kraut, 16 cents a gallon at Horton'a.
Prof. Otto will give a concert at
Turner hall tonight Admission 10
The stage of water at the Bock Ial.
and bridge at noon was 6:90; the
The Internal ravanna nnlUotmna nf
Deputy Jamea H. Lamont for laat
m t I tf .
Tickets for thn cat walk- tnmnr.
row night can only be had at the
Bliou ciarar store now. Plant of
good seats left Get your seat today.
Matthlaa Detlefa and Hra. Mar
Doerscher, of Davenport, each aged
63 years, secured a marriage license
at the countv clerk's offica vaster.
John Coffee, sick, homeless, and
penniless, was aent to the county in
firmary today. He haa been putting
up at police headquarters the past
Jamea Wilson, the ftninlncr anora.
tary of agriculture, la speaking to
ww jar mora 01 ocoit county at 1-
dridge this afternoon on "The Ten
B. C. Keator. of thia eilv. fnrmarl
of the Keator Lumber company, of
Moline. haa decided to am hark in tK
lumber brokerage business, and will
pruuauiy locate in wnicago.
The Jones sisters, an wall a-nnvn
throughout Salvation Army circles
uu (ovuusi 01 meir musical abilities,
both vocal and instrumental, will H
at the Salvation Army hall tonight
l ne young ladies of the German
Lutheran church will civa a mITm
klatch, for ladies only, in the base
ment of the church from 2 to 5 to
morrow afternoon. Admission 15
Republicans ofnMolina h in A.
elded in secret conference that a
party ticket means defeat for them
in the approaching spring election
there. Hence thev have decided to
present a citizens' ticket
xne uoiaen Comedy company
Pave a ttleasinir nerformanna nf .I.
Never Too Late to Mend," at the
theatre last night, the house being
well filled. Braving the World,"
will be given thia evening. .
The Jollv Octavo Cinnna nlnh mat
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Beardslev last evening. Tha hnnnra
were carried off bv lira. John st
gel and Charles Arnold. Miss Adah
Homenway and Claude Arnold taking
iae eonaoinuon prizes.
Misses Paula and Mildrad nn
gave a pleasant card party at their
home, 1102 Third avenne. last even.
ing. Miss Mildred Owen and Daniel
McCarthy won the first prizes, and
it.:.- m...L. o i .
iniaa dibuvu oooaers ana jonn
Weinberger the booby prizes.
The oassenirer department of the
Chiosgo, Burlington & Quinoy rail-
"7 naa issued xne cast mall, a
song and chorus, composed by A. M.
Druuer, oi inis city, assistant state
secretary of the Yonng Men's Chris
tiaa Association. The composition
is highly spoken of.
xna wui oi tne late Francis Bailey,
of Bural. drafted Jan. 3. 1889, has
been admitted to Tirnheata In Va,
con nty oourt William S. Bailey and
t ... I. .At . . -
"" uauin arv nominaiea execu
tors of the will, which provides for
the division of the money from the
sale of the testator's property after
the payment of all claims, equally
between the board of Home Missions,
Foreign Missions, Freedman'a Mis-
biuub ana ma xtoara oi Ministerial
Belief of the United Presbyterian
A large audience en in ad the
concert given at the chapel of
Augustana college last evening
in honor of the 400th anni
versary of Philip Melanchthon.
The program opened with the nine-
Inr Of 'A ltiirhtv PmtM.. t. r.
rs J - - mm m VU.
God." after which Rev. J. L. Murphy
m a.wuvu iivju fcn scriptures
and offered tiravar. An -aa-.
welcome waa delivered by Prof. C
n. ross. ana me cnoir rendered
"Rejoice In the Lord." following
which came an oration nn pkik
Melanchthon" by Prof. P. M. Lind-
nerg; rroi. a. j ceraeu gave a reci
tation; Prof. A. D. Bodfora an organ
solo, and Dr. E. F. Bartholomew
spoke of Melanchthon's Services to
Higher Education." The chorus
aang. "Fear Not. O Little Flock th
Foe," and the program was conclud
es oj .am singing oi "ine Word
They Still Shall Let Remain."
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will earn blind, bleeding, alcerated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumora, allays the itching at one,
acts as a poultice, giving instant re
lief. .Dr. WilliamerIndlaa File Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box Is gnexaa
teed. Sold by druggists or teat by
mail for 60 cents aadfl par box.
Wnuaju MVo. Co.. Props . Cleve
land, Ohio. For amte by all dras
gteti. - ' '
THE ABGTJB, T7EDNEBDAY, ECDRUABY 17, 1C07.
mam aula ont
of a tea-story
rally aav he
is a dead
may be a
injf that will
let him down
easy, ao he
may be strand
and well to-
'm.M ma Vft.
never know What nn nw m man mha
seeau to be as good as dead.
Many a man who eeemed to be dying of
consumption, and whom the doctors pro.
jm Bwn as aeaa, nas got well
and strong" and hearty again by us in- Dr.
fierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This
wonderful medicine has shown the doctors
that consumption isn't always a fatal dis-
k. it can oe cured it yon get at the
germs of it in the blovi .A clear them ont
thoroughly. That is what " Discovery "
does. It nukes new blood, healthy blood.
The germs of consumption can't exist in
healthy blood. They simply let go their
hold and are carried ont of the system :
.i. ..... . -. . '
me. mc new UWUU nniin. gp new USSne,
new flesh, new power, new life. It carries
vitality to the lung-s, the bronchial tabes and
every other part of the body.
It cures people after cod liver oil has
failed, because their digestive organs are
too weaa to nigra fat-foods. The "Discov
ery " makes the digestion strong.
For thin and Dale and emaciated OfotiV
there is ao flesh-builder in the world to
compare with it It doesn't make flabby
fat, bat hard, healthy flesh. It builds nerve
power and force and endurance. It is never
sate to pronounce any one dying of con.
sumption," or any other wasting disease,
until this marvelous " Discovery " has been
given a fair trial.
Dr. Pierce's thousand-page illustrated
book, "The People's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser " will be aent Ave nanrr-hnnnil
for the cost of mailing only, at one-cent
umps. v.ioin-oouna, 10 stamps extra.
Address Dr. JL V. Pierce, Battalo, N. Y.
Of taking chances on get
ting poor goods when you
can get them nice and fresh
every day In the year. There
is one way to avoid getting
adulterated or stale groceries
and that Is to trade at our
store. Our goods sre selected
with care and our stock will
always be found fresh.
Soap Bunches, Head tettuee,
Paialey, Xgg Plant.
Naval Orano-aa. Mtlim anf
I vimwdi virapea.
ressed Tnrkeva. nhinkana
Can secure some of the
greatest bargains ever
offered. We have placed
oa sale about 100 pairs
of small-sized shoes
2, 3. 8 tad 4 which
sold from $3 to fa, and
make a price to close
them out at
They an cheaper than
r ii I
See Him Eat
GREAT SCOTT. HOW HE
Sinoe you cook his food oa
THE NEW RIVERSIDE
RANGE. Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are great ape
tJzera. See them.
1I15-1I17 - 8KOOSD ATESUS,
Fills the soul of the epicure and
the eonnoifseor in choice Bread
Stuffs, Pastry and Cake, when his
meal haa been sweetened by a
liberal supply of
Krell k Math's
Pure, delicious bread, rolls, tarts,
fine layer and fancy cakes. No
table can afford to he without the
pure and rich bake stuffs made by
Krell 4 Math. We want to make
Don't trust to your mother, sister
or aunt making It they may think
they can make it all right, but nine
chances to one It will be a failure.
Let us make It. we never have a
failure, we guarantee it to be baked
just right and the best materials to
nsed. Our prices are lower than
you could bake it for yourself.
Try us once.
KRELL & MATH
PARTY SUPPLY HOUBC
Phoaa 11M. 171C-171S Seeoad At
Try one of our two-layer cakes,
LEFT AT THE CLOSING OUT
We are determined to close the balance In a few days, and with this end In view we are sellinj the re
nialnlng stock at less than one-fourth its actual value.
J'rco?s at Bamberger sold at $6. Men's Overcoatsat $1.50, $1.90. to $3.90. that Bam
berger sold from $8 to $15.
Make h ste and cairy off these Overcoats, as this b tbe last call.
i 1 ,In ;he final ending of this marvelous sale the most tarkable ia the Isistory of the clothing business of
Kock laland, we beg to state that we have done onr ntmcct to ssrva the crowds that atieadsd, and we hope we
liave satisfied and pleased all; however, should there have been a single purchase that has not been thoroughly
satisfactory In every particular, we earnestly request that the tame be returned before Monday. Feb. 15. to the
Bamberger store, and your money will be cneerfrilly refunded.
la here and yon will want
that timepiece cleaned and
pat ia ahape so that yoa can
bs more punctual during the
coming year. Our facilities
for handling this work are
the beat. Ws auks a special
effort to do aatlsfaotory work
sad ws seldom fall.
All yoa need to do Is drop
as a postal sad your eloek
will bs sailed for sad re
turned to yoa ia good order.
WoItmaD, tie Jeuekr.
1804 Second Ays.
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a laundry's efnehmey seems to.
be the way It -does up" a white
shirt, though there are lots of ar
ticles which require mors skill ani
cam. We invite yon to compare a
shirt or anv other article iauadrfced
here with those done etoewhere and
place your patronage accordingly. .
We do not few the teat '
1724 Third Ave. Phone 1314.
Sure fcs..2sj ttss
Asbisr tsi tri!sp
For cheapness, durability sad
beauty excelled by aoas. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eta. Plana aent
as for eatimatee will rsosiTS
careful attentloa and bs returned
promptly at oar sxpsass.
Quarries IS mllee from Book
Island on ths C, B. Q. B. B.
Trains JSos. sad 10 will stop
and 1st visitors off sad oa.
Erfd:3 stsss, cent eri.
blesks utd fsssixtlsa
ttcsa cay tin dnJrcd,
Samples of 8toas sad Photos of
Buildlnga oaa be sssa at Room
No. IS, Mitchell A Lrade's build-lag-
Arthur Barrall, mznager,
KocK island or Colona, 111
as? M I
PLAIN TALK ON A VITAL QUESTION
Ths qaestioa of beer. Good beer U a tonic
It helps ths system. Good beer is a bleaelag to maakiad. Tae
beer ws brsw is good beer. Ask for "Rock Island." Our Bohe
rnlaa ia bottles for family ass Is ths best ia the market.
Bath Rooms are Us:d
Heg at Home
YOU CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
Xlia wall known product of ths CHICAGO BREW.
IHO COMP AN 1 that haa baeome ao jnsUy pop.
w"""s p i ayawjns. at is a concentrated
sztraetof sslsot ktalt aad Bops aad gives almost
miraculous aeelstaaos to oonYaleeoenta. anrainc
The Chlcssro DreiTlss Co'cu Dcttled Deer
has also mads a reputatioa for Itself aad earn U or.
dersd from ths looal braaok tslepaoas UOC
Nineteenth St and First Are.
amsapasy SSS sa.A
PaOnzDon o ecu
PointGTo aad Decorators
ond Boys Overcoats and Boys
Suits T7ith Vests
OF TUG DARjDECGEB OTOCII.
iW'epamsysaaamaaasyiaj aj aj aj
,ON A A
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
A great deal. They
aat be la too good a eoadltioa.
It's belter to have the plumber
than the doctor. If yos will call
oa as wksa yon assd anything
la this lias, ws ars euro yoa will
be satisfied. Ws work eoaaclea
tioo.ly. Ws are prompt and
Shop 419 Seventeenth street
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