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THE "AEGTJ3, TTTJESDAT,- JANUARY i?,10U.
At Three Prices.
LADIES' 1.85, $ 2, $2.50 and $3 SHOK3,
LADIES' $3.50. $3.85, $1 and $4.65
CHILDREN'S $1.50, $1.75 and $2 SHOES,
S07 Twentieth Street
That is always thankfully
and gratefully received, is
a box of KRELL & MATH'S
is always "too lovely.' who
conies with a box of our de
licious Chocolates or Bon-Bons To
Sweetheart, Friend or
Small gifts always bring
their reward in popularity,
and a box of our candies
doesn't cost much to win it.
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1158. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Iet us have your orders
for brick ice creaiu. We will
please you and make jour
party or dinner a success.
DOES HE SMOKE?
Of course he does, and la the selec
tiou of Holiday presents for gen
tlemen nothing more acceptable
can be procured t ban something in
the smoker' line, and no belter
place to find it than at
THE PALACE CIGAR
Beautiful assortment of holiday
boxes of cigars ranging in price
from 50c to Jio per box. Pipes from
ye olden corn cob to the elegant
meerschaum, including the most ex
tensive assortment of linra ever
ahow a In these parts. Cigar case,
cigarette cases, cigar holder, cigar
ette holders, tobacco jars. and in fact
most everything dear to the tie art
of the smoker can be had at popu
lar prizes a: the
1706 Second Avenue.
Aint She a Jewel?
If yon want watch or a wedding
ring, silverware or novelty, you wUl tind
a complete assortment at Itfcknian it
Co s We carry a full line, and prices
to suit ait class of trade, high priced
and low priced, and all goods wort
every cent of money represented. We
sell to everybody, as we want all our
' townspeople for our customers. Try
F. J. DICKMAN CO.
1704 Second Avenue-
fZ&&v? r via-:
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evening.
should be the best coal you can buy.
for the rndy glow of "your firelight
makes the Ytiletide season merry and
the warmth of our coal will make
your home comfortable from cellar to
roof, at less cost tban any coai you
can burn. liRcn.usft.vou fet more heat
to the ton, and less dirt and clinkers.
for the same money.
E. G. Frazer.
A Fresh Arrival
in consignments of pure drugs, we
are constantly receiving, which as-
sures to our patrens the very best ci-
fects m physicians prescriptions ami
family recipes, when compounded in
our laboratory. We make a leading
speciality of our prescription depart
ment, which is manageil with care
If you didn't receive one of our
100O calendars, call and get one.
A. J. RIESS,
Corner Fourth Avenue and Twenty-third street
Beware of Imitations
John Duncan's Sons, Agents, New York
AND HEAL1S; Cl'KE
Easy and pletant to
use. Contains no in
It is quickly aD-
COLD i HEAD
Ulv s relii-f at once
It opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages.
All.v-s inflammation, lieals and 1 rotecU
the MembranA. lies to res Uie bensea of Taste
and Smell. Iajt Six 50 cents at Druc
gists or by mail. Trial Size 10 cants by rr,ail
ELY 13HOTHEKS. 5 Warren St. New York
mm - For Drunken
For Drunkenness and
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Oil THE DEATH ROLL
Hon. W. V. Warner Succumbs to
Attack of Bright s
EARLY SETTLES 01 ROCK ISLAND.
Gtorc W. Battles Expires at His Ilome
on Second Avenae This Morning: Joseph
Bosch Passes Away in Sears John
Glass Barisd With Military Honors
Hon. W. V. Warner, who was a
resident of this city 50 years ago.
died Sunday of an "acute" attack of
Bright's disease at his home at Warner
Station, in Henry county, aged 71
Mr. Warner was a native of New
Kogland. On settling in this locality!
he taught school and farmed nntil he
accumulated sufficient money to buy
a strip of land in Henry county. This
was the beginning of a successful
career. Mr. Warner grew wealthy'
rapidly, making his money dealing in
cattle and grain. A few years ago he
bad" erected a beautiful home at War
ner Station, costing $50,000. He had
traveled around the world twice. He
was & republican in politics and
served his district in the state legis
lature. Mr. Warner's last visit to
Rock Island was to attend the dedi
cation of the Old Settlers' association
memorial tablet, on which occasion
he delivered an address. Mr. Warner
leaves bis wife, four sons and two
daughters. The funeral will be held
at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning.
U. W. Battles.
George William Battles passed away
this morning at his residence. 1011
Second avenue, of hypertrophy and
dilatation of the heart and sclerosis
of the artery. He had suffered close
t onlinement for the past three months.
Mr. Battles was born in Morristown.
X. Y., in 1'2. After a short resi
dence in that villnge the family moved
to Kingston, N. Y. JaterMr. Bat lies
came west ami settled in Marshall
county, where for 0O years he was en
gaged in the general mercantile and
commission bnsiues. and was an ex
tensive shipper on the Illinois river
letween St. I.ouis and Chicago.
pising of hi interests there he con
ducted a stock farm in Bureau county
for a short while, after which he em
barked in the retail grocery business
About 1870 Mr. Battles located in
this city, opening a grocery store,
which he conducted for 15 years, when
he retired. He was esteemed by all
who knew him and his death will be
deeply mourned. He is survived by
his wife and two sons. IJeoive W. mid
James S. Battles, and five daughters.
Misses Florence, Julia and Emma Bat
tles, at home: Mrs. W. B. SpalTord.
of Chicago, and Mrs. Amelia Spauld.
ing, of Belvidere, 111. He also leaves
wo brothers, M. W. Battle, of Rock
Island, and John Battles, of Xebraska.
The funeral will occur Thursday at 2
Joseph 15 u sch died at -his home in
Sears at 1 o'c'pek yesterday after
noon of pneumenia, aged 41 vears.
Mr. Busch was bom in Franre. He
was the proprietor of a grocerv in
Sears, where ne enjoyed the esteem
and con6dence of the people. He is
survived bv his wife and nve small
children. Private funeral services
will be bcid at the home at 10 o'clock
Miss l-.Isa redrichsen, daughter of
Conrad Kredrichsen, the Davenport
musician ana composer, passed away
Sunday night after a 3-weeks' illnest
fiotu tvphoid fever. She was 22
years of age and a vocalist and musi
cian of great promise, having lately
returned from ticrmany, where she
had taken a course at Liepsig con
Funeral services for Clemens Mou-
gin occurred at 2 o'clock yesterday
afternoon at St. Mary's German Cath
olic church, Rev. "Father Foettkin
ofheiating. The remains were laid to
rest in Calvary. The pallbearers
were Adam Klotz. Charles Schnell,
Theodore Free, Benjamin Mueller, M.
Schwcigert and Nicholas Dtcker.
The funeral of John Glass was held
yesterday afternoon"at 4 o'clock from
the home or Mr. ami Mrs. tyrant .
Jenks. 412 Twelfth street, to Memo
rial Christian church. Rev. T. W.
Grafton officiated at the church and
piid a beautiful tribute to the depart
ed soldier Com ntn v A, on whose
member roll the deceased's name ap
pears, attended in a body, under the
command of Capt. L. . Hemenwav.
The pallbearers were: John Carse,
Henry Lamp ami Mi lion riaer, oi
Company A. and II. C. Peters, II. G
Cbalke and G. M. Elliott, fellow em
ployes of the deceased. At the grave
in Chipplannock a stlute was tired and
taps sounded. An incident that hap
pened at Camp Alger was recalled to
mind by the members of Company A
in the death of Private Glass. At th s
time of the death of Private Bledsoe
the uniform of the latter was una
vailable. Glass cheerfaliy offered his
uniform for the dean soldier to be
buried in an act of self denial that
proved Glass a true soldier and com
rade. Visitation Aeadssy.
Academy of the Visitation, conduct
ed bv the sisters of the Visitation
2939 Fifth avenne. Rock Island. The
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of the new academy
arc now opened to Students.
Superior advantages in music, art.
elocution, physical culture and the
Bsant! yT!a tad x Haw 1"2ts Basfft
! DE PACHMANN, THE PIANIST.
Bis Appearance at Auftutfan Collets
Vladimir De Pachmann, the ?reat
Russian pianist-philosopher, ha been
engaged by the Augnstana Conserva
tor of Music to give a recital in the
auditorium Jan. 2(5. This celebrated
pianist was born In Odessa, where his
father was a doctor of philosophy in
the university and a mutician of tal
ent. From him the young Vladimir
received his first instructions on the
piano and lad the foundation for the
precise and wonderful teaching which
has since made him famous.
Mr. De Pachmann's greatest suc
cess has been in the interpretation of
Chopin, and there are few pianists
who can equal him in the performance
of the wonts of the Polish composer.
Since the attempted assassination of
M. I-abiiri, the Dreyfus advocate,
De Pachmann has been very much
talked about, as his divorced wife is
the present Madame Labori. Although
they are divorced a strong feeling of
friendship exists between them, owing,
probably, to their meetings at the
school in which their two children are
The Conservatory faculty pays Mr.
De Pachmann alone $5i0 for the even
ing, and in order to insure the ex-K-hses.
all music lovers are kindly
asked to help.
VICTIM OF HEMORRHAGE.
William nepford. Strolling Musician, Dies
William Hepford, an itinerant mu
sician, who arrived in Rock Island last
Thursday, died of hemorrhages of the
stomach at St Anthony's hospital at
8 o'clock yesterday morning. Weak
ened by loss of blood, Hepford fell to
the sidewalk on Second avenue be
tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets. Friday night. Dr. C T. Fos
ter was summoned and succeeded in
checking the hemorrhage temporarily,
having Hepford removed to the hos
pital. It was apparent from the first
Hepford's cae was a hoeless one. It
is understood he comes from a good
family. He was alont 45 years of
ae. He leaves a wife at Eau Claire.
Vis. A message was received by Dr.
Foster from the deceased's brother,
Walter Hertford, of PhiUdelphia. re
questing that the remains lie held un
til he consulted with other members
of the family as to their final disposi
Farce comedy in its best expression
will be the attraction ouerea at liar
per's thctre next Wednesday even-
i it f ............ 1 M..'
will offer their famous farce comedy,
"Finnigan's Ball." This attraction
comes fresh from triumphant engage
ments in all of the larger cities ana
lias succeeded in repeating" former
victories, playing to the capacity of
the theatres nightly, tarce comedy
when well presented is always an ap
preciated entertainment. Lively
tunes, spirited dances, numerous
songs, good natured and fr?sh non
sense form a very pilatable amuse
ment dish. Special nceuery is carried
intact for each act by the management
for the proper presentation of the
Mclntyre and Heath's comedians,
one of the best vaudeville and farce
shows of the season, comes to Har
per's theatre Sunday evening. The
company has teen selected from all
the prominent actors who have ap
peared during the teason at Pastor's,
Keith's, Proctor's, Hammcrstein's
and Iv".ster auil Bill's theatres. The
three Xevaros. the Young America
ouintette, Derenda and Breen, the
great Bicknellc, Maud Mclntyre, Coul
ter and Starr, and McWatters and
Tyson are among the featurea. The
show closea unlike any ot ner vauue
ville show, as Messrs. Mclntyre ami
Heath have written a new farce, in
which they appear supported by the
The passenger equipment cf the
Davenport, Rock Island & Northwest
ern Railway company will be on ex
hibition for public inspection at the
passenger station, Daveuport, Iowa,
Front and Perry streets, Thursday.
Jan. 4, from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m., and
at the Rock Island freight jards, foot
of Seventeenth street, Friday. Jan. 5,
from 'J a in. till 4 pm. A'l arj cor
dially invited. L. F. BEKttv,
G. P. A., Davenport.
A Lire and Ueath Flsjht.
W. A. Hines, of Manchester, Iowa,
writing of his almost miraculous es
cape from death, says: "Exposure
after measles induced serious lung
trouble, which ended in consumption.
I bad frequent hemorrhages and
coughed night and day. All my doc
tors said I must soon die. Then I
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, which com
pletely cured me. I would not be
without it even if it cost f 5 a bottle.
Hundreds have used it on my recom
mendation and all say it never fails
to cure throat, chest and lung trou
bles." Regular size 60 cents and f 1.
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store.
Bargain seekers should not fail to
visit the dining rooms of The Mrs.
CI trk company, 151-153 Wabash ave
nue. Chicago, which is the very eer
ier of the shopping district. This
restaurant has the finest cuisine and
service in the city and the priefs ate
modi-rate. The restaurant fur men
only, on the seventh floor of the As
sedition buitdiDg. 13 ItSa'.ie street,
is also run bv this company, and is
equally inviting and attractive.
A NATIONAL MEETING.
First Convention of Christian
Political Party in .
MAT 1 THE DATE DECIDED ON
EceentlTe Committee Determines Location
at a Conference Held Yesterday la Chi
cago Principles and Aims of the New
Organisation, a Body of Cnlted Christian
Men and Women.
As announced in The Akgus would
probably be the case, the national
committee of the Christian political
party, at its conference in Chi-.-ago
jesterday. selected llock Island as
the place tor holding its lirst national
convention, the date of tvhieh is May
1 next. The officers of the national
committee nre: H . K. Benkert, Dav
enport, chairman: W. . R. Strnble,
Chicago, vice chairman ana secretary,
and A. D. Martin. Rock Inland, treas
The principles and aims of the new
-ganizatiou are in part as fallows:
,-We believe the tullness of tioie to
have arrived when the eternal princi
ples of justice, mercy and love as ex
emplified in the life and teachings of
Jesus Christ should be embodied in
the political economy of oar nation,
and applied in concrete form to every
function of our government, national,
state, municipal and local.
Spirit of Man of Galilee.
We believe the most direct means of
accomplishing this is the formation of
a political body of united christian men
aud women, who shall use their elec
tive franchise for the selection of
able, worthy and conscientious public
officials who will seek, in their re
spective positions, to perform the
functions of government in the spirit
of the man of Galilee.1'
Charles K. Holcoi).
Charles E. Hodgson devotes his at
tention exclusively to insurance and
has one of the moat substantial agen
cies in the citv. He is a native of
Xew York state, but came to Rock
Isl.tud in ISC'J. and has lieen a promi
nent factor in the rise andgrowth of
the city. In April. Is74, he estal
lished'his insurance agency, and by
energetic work and perseverance built
up a large business. Mr. Hodgon is
a thoughtful underwriter ard makes
a careful selection of the ri3ks he
gives to his companies. The low loss
ratio of the agency attests the value
of his judgment.
He believes in making insurance a
profession aud follows correct under
writing practices in the management
of his agency. He represents: -
American Insurance company,
Xewark, N. J.
Traders' Insurance company, Chi
Ro?kford Insurance companv, Iiock
Security Insurance company, New
Union Insurance companv, Phila
Insurance Company State or Illi
nois; Rockford, III.
Month's Police Business.
The police duiing December made
29 arrests, nccordiug to the monthly
report of Chief Miller, IS being state
and 11 city cases, as foil ws: Assault
and battery, 2; larceny, 3; peace war
rant. 1; assault with intent to kill, 1;
maintaining nuisauce, 2; violating
plumbing ordinance, 1; disturbing the
peace. 1: disorderly conduct, 3; drunk,
2; euiliezzlement, 1; bastardy, 1; vag
rancy, 0; lighting, 2; keeping gaming
house, 1; obtaining money under false
pretense, 1; larceuy by bailee, 1. The
number of wagon calls was 12 bv
telephone, 10; by bo 2. The number
of ambulance calls responded to dur
ing the month was lo. J. he jail but
was f H So.
Transvaal Loss of Life.
Moralists ure discussing the terri3le loss of
life brouKbt abo it by the Transvaal war. Yet
here life is sacrificed for a purpose for an hon
est principle. It were bitter to preach against
the needless loss of life. Thousands of people
succumb to ailments which might easily have
been checked in the beiniujlrv. Dyspepsia car
ries off more people tban are killed In war.
The use of Hosleiter's stomach Hitters would
save many lives. Constipa i n may seem a lit
tle thing-, but it Invariably developsinto som
thlEK worse, and the kroner it is allowed to
run, the harder it Is to ;ure. The Hitters cures
Indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia and bilious
ness, latur.liy and pe.mar.enMy, without
sh ckintf the system. It is good for every
C. Unger, 212 Mapla street. Cham
piign, 111., writes: "I was troubled
with a hacking cough for a year and I
thought I had the consumption. I
tried a great many remedies and was
nnderthe care of physicians for several
months. I ued one hot le of Foley's
Honey and Tar and it cured me and I
have not been troubled since.'' All
"A young man came into our store
yesterday suffering from a severe at
tack of cramp colic." writes 15. F.
Hess, miller aud general merchant.
Dickey's Mountain, Pa. "He had
tried vaiious home remedies without
relief. As I had nsed Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy,
I gave him a dose and soon brought
him out all right. I never saw a fel
low so rejoiced." Sold by all drug
Chapped hands, cracked lips and
roughnes of the skin cured quickly
by Banner Salve, the most healing
ointment in the worid.
TU Kr:4 Y:a Km Urnfi tesi
BEE H I VE, 114 WDavettport.d St"
GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALE.
i. jsi yi
8.ttS all lined Boucle Jackets; reduced to $5.98
$12.00 siftc lined litfht tan Kersey Jackets reduced to $8.98 JJ
ft3..r,0and$15.WsilkliuedKerseyJavketsiu castor and black, reduced to $9.98
$8. 00 misses' golf cloth jackets, reduced to $6.48 m
$7.50 30-inch long crushed plush eapiis reduced to $4.99 jJJ
$8.93 seal plush capes. 20 inches long, reduced to $5.98
Tremendous Reductions on All Jackets. & Fur Collarettes.
The Old Fashioned Pump
sCjv) I ,
s i v.?:
Picture Framing a Specialty.
A large and choice selection of new mouldings,
at the art store of
ADAMS WALL PAPER
AN AFTER DINNER CIGAR
is a blessing to mankind. But men's
taste vary, some like a strong cigar,
some a mild one. others like a pipe.
There is no variation of the smoker's
taste that we cannot gratify. If he
wants a dry cigar we can give Li in
one. Our regu'ar stock ikept moist
and fresh. We have no inclinations
of cur own our business is to satisfy
Bahnsen's Drug 8tore.
Corner 4th Avenue and 20th street.
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street.
310-314 Twentieth Street.
LOOK AT OUR COAL
and you will not want to look any
where else for that article. We have
all grades of hard and soft coal, which
we sell in any quantity and deliver at
lowest prices. You cannot do belter,
wheii preparing for the long, cold
winter, than to give ns a trial. We
Rock Island Fuel Co.
Office Twenty-Third street and Third
avenue. Phone 1197.