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TJTJ3 ATTGTJD, FEIPAT, OCTOBER 17, lOOH.
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X city. Boys wanted to sell
these pajers. Leave your
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X American News
329 TWENTIETH ST.
X Only newstand in the city
having a telephone. Call up
Polite Service and
await you here every day you are
in want of groceries. (Jood goods
you're sure of in more places than
one; but you don't want to stand
around half an hour or so waiting
to le served; don't want churlish,
gruff attention when you are serv
ed. Best articles we can buy, cour
tesy, -promptness all are meted
out to you here.
Try a sack of IVORY PATENT
FLOUR for a good loaf of bread,
W. J. MOELLER,
Phone 1215. 2030 Fifth Avenue.
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All the news all the time The
Argus. ' -
LINE TO THE COAST
Officials of St. Paul Sign Con
tract for Use of Omaha
THE UNION PACIFIC AGREEMENT
One of the Most Important Traffic
Moves Made in
Ollicinl announcement was made
yesterday that theVont rnet whereby
Ihe St. Paul road takes advantage of
the opening of the Omaha gateway
lia.l been signed and delivered. 'The
font mot permits the St. I'aul com-
pany to make equal use of the gatt'
way with the Northwestern and a No
to make whatever use it sees tit or
the Kansas City gateway.
It has not been determined as yet
to what extent the company will take
advantage of the contract through
either gateway, or whether negotia
tions for close trafhe relations will
be- resumed between the St. Paul ant!
the; Missouri Pacific. The latter were
never completed, and an otlieial of
the St. Paul said yesterday that I
would be time enough to talk about
that when the Kansas City cut-off
The contract between the two com
panies is the residt of the reoenr
opening of the Denver nnd Omaha
gateways by the I'nion Pacific man
agement. which was recently an
nounced. At that time !. C. Stubbs.
tiatiic - director for the llarrima'i
lines, said that both gateways were
wide open for ccr,bo:ly, and that if
depended upon the individual road.;
how much use was made of the privi
lege. ,' Other Koiul Involved
Negotiations were then in progress
between the I'nion Pacific and lloek
Island for service from Kansas Cilv
through Denver and from Chicago
through Denver and Ogden. 1;e1 ween
t lit I'nion Pacific and the Iturlington
for service through Denver from Chi
cago mi l by the St. Paul for service
through both Kansas City and Omaha
from . hicagu to the coast.
The action of the I nion Pacific in
throwing open these gateways is con
sidered one of the most important
tratlic moves made in years, and is
said to have been due largely to the
efforts of Mr. Stubbs. It did not tak"
Mr. Ilarriman's traffic director long
to convince him that conditions had
changed greatly in Hie last 1 years,
and that whatever reasons may have
once existed for keeping these gate
ways closed except to the Northwest
ern no longer existed.
I lock Inland OUlolaU Here.
"Oeiieral Manager C. A. tJoodnow
and II. J. lifer, general superintend
ent of the Koek Island system, ar
rived in the city ibis morning and
visited road iinproTemcnts in Davcn
port and also took a run up to the
Natick yards. The party left this
afternoon for Chicago. Mr. fiond
now, when interviewed by an Argus
reporter in regard to any contem
plated changes in the official manage
ment of the road, stated that all he
knew is what has appeared in the
Milk In Higher.
Along with the other necessities of
life milk has been advanced in price.
The Tri-City company has been sell
ing at tht; rate of four quarts for a
quarter for several weeks, but the
milkmen, of whom there are a good
many, have not fallen in with the
advance till recently, but now they
will charge fiVi cents a quart here
after. Goes Like Hot Cake.
"The fastest selling article I have
in my store," writes Druggist C. T.
Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, because it always
cures. In my six years of sales it has
never failed. I have known it to save
sufferers from Throat and Lung dis
eases, who could get no help from the
doctors or any other remedy." Moth
ers rely on it, best physician pre
scribe it, and ltartz & Ullemeyer
guarantee satisfaction or refund
price. Trial bottles free. Regular
sizes, 50c and $1.
We sat at the table together.
She cast a shy glance over at me,
She certainly looked like an anger;
Oh, Charley! Please order me Rocky
Mountain Tea. , .
T. If. Thomas pharmacy.
V o o 9
When yon bay a watch, first select the work and
then tell the Jeweler you want a J as. Bonn SUff
enetl Hold Cane. To protect yourself from decep
tion be ruided by the Keystouo trade-mark which
you wui aaa in every
s"co" WssSch Gase
Better thnn an til-gold case pecaune stronger;.
cbeuperliccuUHO no gold 19 wnsted. The Jns. liosn
C. i frlliLrulklMA.I irKvaami. U'nn't ivn r tllin.
Sen J for book., - -
The Keyitone Watch Case Company. Philadelphia.
MISS SIIANNOX REPORTS r
LOSS OF $1,000 BROOCH
The theft of a diamond brooch val
ued at over $1,000 was reported at
midnight last night to Capt. Connelly,
of the Davenport police force, by th'
manager of the "Sherlock Jlolmts'
company, which appeared last even
ing at the Illinois theatre and will
appear this evening at the IJurtia.
The Rock Island police were not noti
fied. The missing brooch is the proper
ty of Miss Efiie Shannon, who plays
the leading woman's part in tho
dramatization of Conan Doyle's story.
Miss Shannon comes of a very fin
ancestry, and the brooch is an heir
loom of priceless value to her on ac
count of its having been in her fam
ily from time immemorial.
Its intrinsic value, as has been said,
is also great, the selling being a two
and three-quarters karat emerald ii
the center.' with a setting around it
of '.'.2 flawless white ' diamonds, each
weighing t hree-fourt lis of a karat. I
is claimed the brooch was stolen
either here or in Davenport, as Miss
Snannon remembers locking ft in her
trunk after the performance at Ce
dar Rapids Wednesday evening.
APPELLATE COURT REVERSES
SCHULER SUIT FOR ALIMONY
Wednesday .in the appellate court
at Ottawa the case of Mrs. Anna
Schnler against D. A. Schnler, of Mo
line, for alimony amounting to $1,350,
allowed by the circuit court of this
county two years ago, was reversed
and the defendant thus wins.
Several years ago Mrs. Schnler se
cured a divorce from Mr. Schnler in
the court of Pennsylvania and was
also allowed alimony of lie
moved here and refused to pay. Sui
was brought in the county court,
which 'awarded Mrs. Schnler iM.n.lO.
Attorneys McKniry and Moose then
took up the case to the appellate
court for thT'e fondant, where action
oitel was taken. This completes tlu
A(iOOI) DKALi OF NONSENSE.
About "lllood Pnrltler" and Ton leu."
Every drop of blood, every bone,
nerve nnd tissue in the body can be
renewed jn but one way, and that is,
from wholesome food properly di
gested. There is no other way. and
the idea that a medieine in itself can
purify the blood or supply new tis
sues and strong nerves is ridiculous
anil on a par with the fol-de-rol that
dyspepsia or indigestion is a germ
disease or that other fallacy, that a
weak stomach which refuses to di
gest food can be made to do so by
irritating and inflaming the bowels
by pills and cathartics.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets cure in
digestion, sour stomach, gas and
bloating after meals, because they
furnish the digestive principles which
weak stomachs lack, and unless the
deficiency of pepsin and diastase is
supplied it is useless to attempt to
cure stomach trouble by the use of
'tonics, "pills" and cathartics,"
which have absolutely no digestive
power, and their only effect is to give
a temporary stimulation.
One grain of the active principle in
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will di
gest 3.(M)0 grains of meat, eggs and
similar foods and experiments have
shown that they will do this in a
glass bottle at proper temperature,
but of course are much more effective
in the stomach.
There is probably no remedy d;i
universally used as Stuart's Tablets,
because it is not only the sick and
ailing, but well people who use them
at every meal to insure perfect diges
tion and assimilation of the food.
People who enjoy fair health take
Stuart's Tablets as regularly as they
take their meals, because they want
to keep well; prevention is better
than cure, and Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets do both;' they prevent indi
gestion and they remove it where it
exists. The regular ' use of one or
two of them after meals will demon
strate their merit and efficiency bet
ter than any other argument.
Rushvillc, Ind. Messrs. Ely Hros.
I have been a great sufferer fronrcat
arrh and hay fever and tried many,
things, but found no permanent. re
lief until I found it in Ely's Cream
Balm about eight years ago, and we
have :been fast friends .ever since.
(Rev.) R. M. Bentley.
Messrs, Ely Pros.: Find enclosed 30
cents, for which please send me your
Cream P.alm. I find your remedy. th ?
quickest and most permanent cure
for cold in the head, catarrh, etc.
Yours truly, Dell M. I'otter, Gen. Mgr.
Arizona Gold Mining Company. '
LOOP IS APPROVED
Council in Committee of Whole
Accepts Railway Com
SHOPS TO REMAIN PERMANENTLY
Redaction of Present Fare Is Sought
The city couneil bold a meeting in
committee of the whole last evening
for the purpose of considering the
ordinance olTered by Ihe Tri-City
Railway company for the proposed
loop line lo run to Die lilutV district
ia Fifteenth street to Klcveutli ave
liue. cast on the latter to Twentieth
street, south to Kight cent h :i venue
and east to Twenty-second street.
The consent of a majority of tlu
property owners along the above
route has been secured and the mem
bers of the council desired to go over
the terms of the ordinance with Mr.
I.ardner, manager of the company
before giving it final consideration.
Mayor Knox presided as chairman
nnd all the aldermen were present ex
eept Al ls. Anderson and White. The
ordinance was read by City Clerk
SehatVer and then was taken up sec
tion by section. Aid. Ilirkel objected
to switches being placed on Fifteenth
street anil Aid. Willis objected to
placing a switch on Kleventh aenue.
so it was specified that there should
lie none on the former thoroughfare
and nothing was said about Ihe lat
ter, it being obvious that a switch
must be placed somewhere.
Will Improve Klarht Feet.
The ordinance as presented provid
ed for the company's standing for tin
improving of seven feet of the street,
but this was changed to ciiilit feel
upon motion of Aid. I.irkcl. On the
section fixing the fares at the rate
now in force on other lines of the
company in this city Aid. Soderst rom
urged that a reduction be provided
for people using the line regularly
every day. or the selling of hooks :it
a fare less than the regular five oov .
rate. Aid. McCaskrin then took the
matter up and offered an amen linen'
to that effect. Aid. Xaab offered
substitute that the section be ap
proved as read and the la 1 1 erca rrio t
nine to three. Aids. McCakrin. Sod
erst rom and Kckhart voting against
Aid. McCaskrin then served notice
that ho would use his utmost ondoav
ors to secure the final defeat of t h .
ordinance when it came up regularly
before the council.
Aid Gall' Strobe
Al l. Gall, after the entire ordinance
had been considered. olTered another
section which was adopted, with the
consent of Mr. I.arJner, providing
that the company do all its construc
tion and rebuilding Work in the
shops in this city during the life of
the franchise, "0 years. Mr. l.arduei
stated that there is an ordinance in
force in Davenport requiring the
company to do all its repair work on
cars used on both sides of the river
over there, but that this is relatively
unimportant when compared to the
extent of the construction and re
building operations regularly carried
on and that it is the intention of the
company to do the latter on this
side of the river anyway. ,
The motion to report back to tb-
council the ordinance as amended
carried by a vote of nine to three.
Aids. McCaskrin, Soderst rom and
Kckhart as before voting "nav."
Mreniied to Wed.
John Hassock Porter. . I'.ulTalo. '. Y.
Miss Minnie Oertrude Stevens....
Kmanuel (Jorman Moline
Miss Lydia Sheldon Moline
Henry S. Becker Rock Island
Miss Anna 11. Kellerstrass
Sherman J. Sundqnist Moline
Miss Oc-da Y. Fvler Ifoek Island
William 1). Koester,. j . . . . Rock Island
Airs. Anna J. llousington . .
George K. Puchs Jolict
Miss H. Katherine Cooper. . . .I'rfca,' 111
Louis Y . Ranch ..".".' .Tin ttali, la
Miss Myrtle K. Collins UulTalo. Ia
John L.- JenniiMTs.-.- ....Moline
Mrs. Callie angford.. .Memphis. Tenn
Trie IVOrtit Fot-ni
Mutitudes are singing "the praises
of Kodol, the new discovery which is
malting so "ma'riy'slck'people 'well and
weak people strong by digesting what
they eat, by cleansing" and sweeten
ing the -stomach and by transform
ing their food into the kind of pure,
rich, red blod 'that makvs you feel
good all over. Mrs. Cranfill, of Troy,
I. T., wrrtos: "For a number of years
I was troubled with indigestion' and
dyspepsia which 'gTCw into the worst
form. Finally I was induced to use
Kodol, and after, using four bottles I
am entirely cured. I heartilj' rec
ommend Kodol to all sufferers from
indigestion ami dyspepsia." Take a
dose after meals. It digests what you
eat. All druggists.
Never Ask Advice.
When you have a 'cough or cold
don't ask w"hat is good for it and get.
some medicine with little or no mer
it and perhaps dangerous. Ask for
Foley's Honey and Tar. the greatest
throat and" liing" remedy; ' it' cures
coughs and colds quickly. AH drug
gists. Educate Tour Bowela With Caa carets.
, CnJj Cattsrtto, cure constipation foreveti
"wo.,- &w'.- C. fall, druggtsu refund money.
PAW PATCH. REDUCES MILE
TRACK RECORD TO 2:01
' Dan Patch paced a remarkable
mile on the Davenport mile track
yesterday, reducing the track record
to 2:01 flat on his first attempt.
The weather was clear, with a stiff
breeze blowing. The track was soft
and at least two seconds slow.
Driven by Melfenry, with his run
ning mate plunging along abreast ui
him most of the way, the handsonu
son of .loo Patchen paced the mile
like clockwork. The time by quar
ters was :29, :P.(Vi, I'My, :30'
ihe former track record was 2:02:;;,
and was held by Robert .1.' The races
were cut short by darkness. Sum
2:20 elass, pacing Irene won in
straight heats. Time- 2: l.'.'i. 2:1."',.
2:10. The I'rinoo, Lawrence C. -Scar-foot.
Morey Onward also start oil.
2:20 class, trotting Chant wood
won the tir.-Nt and third heats. Time
L':2(i-., 2:2:;;. Alma won second
heat. Time 2:2.1V i. .lesse won the
fourth heat. Time--2:24:;-,. Admiral
Dillon also started.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
alla3-s all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
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Exclusive Millinery tmpor.'um
TV j" ffv 1 3 rr"' TOBActo strr
U-UlAi I . nd S M OKE
Vou cm ba-caredof any form of tobacco tite
easily, be made well, strong, mnsrnctic. full of
li-e nd v'Por.bT taking KO-TO-BAC,
that masrl wclc men strong. Many Rain
teu pounds in ten dara. 0r SOOpOOO
ruredV; All drujoTisti. Cure guarantee!. JiooU-
m ana Advice i-KEB. Address STERLING
RXUESY CO, Vhicayo or New Votk. - 437
g At Ullemeyer & Sterling's
I & Sterling
8 WE OFFfcR
g MANY WARE
g 1724 Second Avenue.
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amounts from $10 upwards. J.ct us
4 .'5Vji-.- v;,'r--f
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Kooui 3S. Oliiee hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and
Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1514.
We Tacke Yoir Order
Kiici! Caps, Anklets and Abdominal Belts,
made in fine Silk, Linen and Cotton.
Our business is steadily increasing1 in this .line. The reasons are:
riKST C LASS COODS," rilOMl'T SKKYK K, KKASON AISLE IMilCES.
We alsj carry a complete line of Elastic, Hard JJubbcr, Honest John
and Celluloid Trusses at all times, and all sizes, at reasonalde
HARTZ 6c ULLEMEYER.
THE PRINCIPLE OF
B tvi &r ! ;
CHANNON, PERRY CO.,
114 West Seventeenth Street.
I B. WINTER. v
Wholesale Dealer in TUKE WESES AND LIQUORS.
I WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
X WATER. t
X Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS. X
X 1616-1618 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111. J
Style is a
so Great I
That all I
Men can g
Suited in o
Wc wish yi 11 all jrosjrity, yet we
know that not all are lucky and we
want to call your attention to our
li;siiu';-s if fm tune has not leen kind
to you. Sometimes alittle ready cash
Yiii smooth out the rough places and
put you on the track in your search
for prosperity. If so, Ye want you
to call lu re Wc loan money prompt
ly, at reasonable rates -and give ou
plenty of time to repay the loan, with
the option of paying it all when you
arc ready. Your furniture, piano,
horses, wagons or other personal
propci ty will be security for the
money, but they are not removed
lruru your possession Loins are ar
ranged without any publicity ami in
tell von more about our methods.
FOR. ELASTIC HOSE.
is the main point. Style is much,
a matter of fancy, but it can be re
lied upon as absolute truth that
any plumbing done by Channon,
Perry & Co. will be the best that
experience, skill and good judgment
can command. Only modern, up-to-date
sanitary work is done, fin
ished in the most substantial and