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THIS AIl&ITS, SATURDAY, AUGIJgT 22, 1903. It neatfiei Diseases I Diarrhoea, bowel trouble and summer com tlaint3 are prevented and auicklr cured by Duffy's Pore Malt Whiskey No one should drink water in hot weather without putting a tcaspoonful of Duffy's Turo Malt Whiskey in each class. It kills all disease germs and makes life worth Hy ing during these hot days. It Is absolutely pure and contains no fusel Oil. The only whiskey recognized by the gov ernment as a medicine; this is a guarantee. Att iiimwi, tmcKl8ta or direct, Jl.no pr bottle. ,tU'FFY MAI.T WHISKET CU, HovtimUV, . V. t jledical Booklet flee. READ . THE DAILY ARGUS FOR XEWS DAVENPORT DOTS Next Friday evening a reception of a public nature will be tendered1 A. M. Campbell, the new secretary of Ihe Davenport i. M. C. A. Several com mittees are now at work in prepara tion for the event and the place at which the reception will Ik' held, will be dieteiinineil slortly. Mrs. Y. 0. llayward is in charge of the ladiefc section. o A shipment of ties is here for the I. & I., ami ntany more, both of ties and rails, are on the way and expected to arrive here any day. So far the company has received three car loads of rails, two of ties and one of tools, with which they are now be ginning1 .work. Chief Kngineer l'o right announces that he will increase his present force as fast as possible and that from now on no lime will be lost in pushing the work. o Mrs. William Rice, of Davenport has received the sad news of the death of her brother, Francis Percy llush mann, which occurred last Friday at Wanlock, 111. The deceased was L'3 years of age and lived in Pleasant Valley and lletten-dorf for some time. Mrs. Rice attended the. funeral. The boss barbers met Thursday ev ening to discuss the question of open- in? their shops Sunday mornings. A resolution was finally prepared which will be presented to. the jour neymen barbers. The resolution pro vides for closing- at 8 o'clock week nights and at 9::$0 Saturday nights. The shops are then to be opened from 8 until 11 o'clock Sunday mornings. In the resolution a provision is also made for a Calf day off each week for each barber. The matter is to be placed before the journeymen bar bers and it will come up for discus sion at the meeting of the union a week from Monday night. In the meantime things will continue as they are at present. Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock the tire department was called, out to the barn in the rear of Henry Kchuet ter's house on Ripley, between Third and Fourth streets. The fire was put out with little trouble and the damage will not exceed $."0. The barn is the same one that caught tire about three weeks ago, and the tire was in the hay mow both times. About 8:110 a shed in the rear of the residence of C. J. White, on Harrison and Fifteenth streets, caught fire and the depart mt'iit made a run for.it, but upon ar riving discovered ihe tire had been put out. o At noon Thursday, at the family home.l'.HK Rockingham Road, occur red the dath of .John J. .luergens at the age of 4'2 vears. Death came af ter a short illness. The survivors are wife and two children. The funeral, will be held tomorrow afternoon, with services at 2 o'clock and interment at Fairmount. Deceased was a cigar- maker by trade and was well and favorably known. o The Morbonia hospital on Spring street has been purchased by Dr. A. De Jries, who will remodel the place and will use it for his nrivnte hos pital, which will contain all the mod ern . improvements and conveniences and will be called St. Elizabeth's hos pital. o-. The official dsiniationi of the street in Den iTi son's new addition that is to become a part of 'the city, which was objected to b- Aid. Lunrer because it was the name of a torv. is to be changed and instead of beinsr called Lippincott, the street is to bear the name of one of Davenport's most hon ored former citizens. ROCK ISLAND LOCATION: BA JSTi-Oe flights, v Hi Am" M paiots BIG SHOW! EBALL PARK to '2r8k NEWEST BIGGEST GRANDEST J in The Immense New York Manhattan BeaLch Production AflGBIT Vhe Massive Spectacular World-Be ater S 300 Gorgeously Attired Performers 300 66 I Golden F.f. Circus JVerO J Ballet (Lpreat Acts 1irsrtf,1r That Have Never Been F ireWOrKS Seen Before-Sl.OOO Nightly Axigmented Military Becid. s pecial Night 0 Monday Inaugural Night-Fire Picture Col. Blunt. S Tuesday Rock Island Night-Fire Picture of Mayor McConochie. Wednesday Davenport NightFire Picture Mayor Becker. Thursday Moline Night Fire Picture Mayor Skinner. Friday--Woodmen Night Fire Picture Major Hawes. Admission, 50c; Reserved Seats, 25c Extra; Box Seats, 50c Extra; Children Under 9, 25c. Downtown ticket Office at THOMAS' DRUG STORE, Cor. 2nd Ave. and 17th St. Reserved Reats Now On Sala. if IRL. IS I NUNTE STREET . KC IS 11 iivi . O' 0 o 0 0 IS 0 -. A rrrr i 0 0 0 0 0 0 AUGUST 25, 26, 27 aivd 28. New Barns, New Grand Stand, Fast Track. 5,200.00 IN PURSIES. Largest list of entries in the west, including trotters, pacers and runners from all parts of the United States. Some with pacing records of 2:05 and better. Only 15 Miivutes Walk From the City. Watch. Tower Cars Run Direct to Grounds. 0 RACES BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 2 O'CLOCK EACH DAY. JMM. . ? i 4 & . i 0 . tt . .. Justice Hall has returned from ti three weeks' trio throuirh the tlrent i.akes and the northern states. Mr. Hall went from here to St. Paul, spent some time in Minnesota and then took the steamer through Lakes Superior ami -Wichig-au to C'hica"o, where he stopped, a few days befre returning o i. i. -wmer, arresiei ov a posse near Pleaant Valley, for assaulting two er. iinet Martens visited the coimtv jail to get. a look at the man and he uisianiiv reeoirinzea nim as the one who was incarcerated) in the iail here some two months ago. Miller was arrested at the time for assaulting a little girl who lived on the hill and whose story was a pathetic one. Knough evidence could not be secured against the man to hold him. how ever, so he was held for assault only and was given 'M days in jail. When turned loose he disappeared, and the police have not seen or heard of liini until he showed up in the Pleasant Valley trouble. Miller has been con fined 1 the jail for ten days while evidence is being collected in the case ami every elTort is being made to se cure his conviction. MOLINE MENTION J.. S. Patton, assistant local trade manager for the Moline Plow com pany under Trade Manager P. M. lriee, leaves this city Thursday for Portland, Ore. Mr. Patton's depart ure is in the nature af a promotion, and he goes to the Moline-llain com pany, of Portland, as a general trav eler. He will take his wife and child with him to make their future home in the coast city. The Moline-P.ain company manufactures wagons, and a general traveler is appointed because it is wished to make a special effort on. this line during the coming year. A. J. Colt, of 'Chicago, an eastern Illinois traveler for the Moline Plow company, will assume the duties of assistant local trade manager here Sn place of Mr. Patton. NEWS IN OUTLINE Samuel Pres'sler," a Chicago non-union tailor, fays he was assaulted and almost strangled by union rnen. It la reported in London that n Bilt ish column of thirty whites and T) natives defeated a superior force of rebellious natives at Burml, -Nigeria, and killed 700. A negro was hanged by a mob at Halifax, N. C. after confessing the rape and murder of Mary Jenkins, 13 years old. State Senator William P. Sullivan was oiivictcd at Jefferson City, Mo., of soliciting a bribe for three votes on the anti-alum bill and lined $100. Chinese who are studying military science under the Japanese have Ivren ordered to hold" themselves In readi ness to return home to take command of volunteers and defend Manchuria. About 7,f00 textile workers in Sax ony. Germany, have struck for short er hours. The building at St. Louis occupied by A. S. Aloe & Co., dealers In optical supplies and surgical instruments, burned. Loss. $150,000. Dr. Lardy, the Swiss minister to Paris, will not act as arbitrator In the Venezuelan claims case, because Swlt rerland is an Interested party. , Bertha Harmon, aged 14 years, of Philadelphia, is dead because of a blow on the head from a golf ball. Japan may try to lift the America's cup in the next series of races. It Is denied that ex-Postmaster Gen eral BLssell Is critically 11L President Itoosevelt spends most of his time these days dl-usslng tinan cial legislation with congressmen and others. Congressman B. F. Marsh while go ing to andi from the farmers' picnic had an opjortunity to see the location of the proposed lock and the need of it and the proposes improvements in connection with it. C. H. Deere point ed these out to him ami explained the necessity for their being made. Con gressman Marsh will come to the two cities later, before the next session of congress, and will fully inform him self on these matters and the other needs of this section and especially on the arsenal, that he may make the strongest effort possible to get the needed legislation at the first session i of congress. ) o High school boys are beginning to get interested in football and with the opening of school Aug. :l they will begin regular practice. A good many of the members of the team last year are out ot school tins year but there is a promising crop of can didates, and a good team will be d veleped. Arrangements are being made for a game between the alumni and the high school for Sept. 1. that date being chosen so that the college boys will still be at home to take part in the contest. o The Moline Kegnlars went down to a most unmerciful defeat Thursday afternoon, the trouncing being exe cuted by the Olivers, of Woodstock 111., 24 to 3. Avery was put iu the box for the locals to Mart with, and five times the plate was crossed the hrst inning, and in the second six scores were made on him. Avery pitched two more innings andi then Young was put in the box, but tlu visitors founiil his curves as they !id Avery's, though the boys pulled them selves) together for three short in nings and- managed to hokl the Oli ver.v down to three scores. In the .-ixth Young was generous with hi itits, and finally he was taken out an Turk was put in the box. but the fielders were kept as busy as before and when the last inning was ended the boys gave a sigh of relief. o John Edwin Hiatt. a well known Moline boy, died at the home of hi parents, IHJ3 Fourth avenue, at 2:4-" lhursday afternoon, alter au illness with typhoid fever beginning two weeks before his death. Ihe vounar man was born Dec. 24. 1SS0, in Knox eountv. He came to Moline five years ago. during which time he had won for himself manv friends. Since the opening of the Velie Carriage plant he had been employee there, prior to which he had workei at the Sechler Carriage company' plant. He was a driller by trade. Hi parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hiatt three, brothers at home. Will. Karl am James, ami a married sister in Chi eago. Mrs. Liz.ie. Burch. survive him He was a memler of the First Metho dist church of this city. The funeral was held from the First Method church this afternoon at '. o'clock 15ev. M. V. ("rifinbaker officiating. End of Bitter Fight. "Two physicians had a long and stubborn light with an abscess on my right lung," writes J. F. Hughes, of DuPont, (ia., "and gave me up. Kv erybouv thought my tune had come. As a last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. The benefit 1 received was striking and I was on my feet in a few da3-s. Now I've entirely regained my health." It conquers all coughs, colds and throat and lung troubles. Guaranteed by Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottles free. Ie Witt U the Name. When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve" look for the name DeWitt on every box. The pure, unadulterated witch hazel is used in making De- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which is the best salve in the world for cuts, burns, bruises, boils, eczema and piles. The popularity of DeWitt's? Witch Ha zel Salve, due to its many cures, has caused numerous worthless counter feits to be placed on the market. The genuine bears the name of E. C. De Witt & Co., Chicago. Sold by Harper House pharmacy; A. J. Keiss drug store, corner Seventh avenue and Twenty-seventh street. Warning, Warn In r Beware of substitutes offered by unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest dealers for a little extra profit will try to palm off worthless prepara tions in place of these valuable medi- rines that have stood the test of years and thus jeopardize the lives of their victims. For sale by all druggists. Quick Itellef for Asthma Sufferer. Foley's Honey and Tar affords im mediate relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stages and. if taken in time will effect a cure. All druggists. Work on the interurban xtension to Watertown has been completed and Kngineer Mapledoram, who built the road, will leave the city in a few dais. It is undecided whether to build the bridge to Campbell's island this fall or not. The bridge will prob ably be, put in when the water is at a low stage, uncovering the iltun, and this may not happen this season. The line is complete except, the viaduct over the C, II. I. & P. road at War ner crossing, and that situation is still under dispute. 1) e l 11 ii si M 0 it Manj- persons in this community are suffering from kidney complaint who could avoid fatal results by using Fo le3's Kidney Cure. All druggists. JflP MILWAUKEE. Scrupulous care in the bottling department is a Blatz law. The most improved and sanitary methods known to science are here in use. Every bottle is sterilized and every precaution exercised and It's Always the Same Good Old Blatz Val mats Brewing- Co. Milwaukee, Beardaley A Bailer Act Rock Island. BLATZ MALT-ViyiNE Non-Intoxicant For Tonic Purposes DKUGG1STS. Ladies Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' $3.00 shoes, 4.00 shoes, 1.50 shoes, 1.98 shoes, 2.25 shoes, 2.50 shoes, 3.50 shoes, 3.85 shoes, $2.40. 3.20. 1.20. 1.60. 1.80. 2.00. 2.80. 3.08. tnOT T V RPOQ FOOTFITTEES JLJVJLA- 1 JVrv9 307 TWENTIETH ST. Telephone Union 721 Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.50 203 Brady Street. Davenport, la. t " Telephone Knrlli 6381 T 9 GVV4VVs)s)t)0s9s1t)Vs)4fesl wMvwsJODtlVWVwv ft 4 Drake's Prices me Lowest And Our Work T5he Best. Inlaid Linoleums A floor covering which has the ap pearance of tiling, and next to it has no equal for wear. The Art of Laying Linoleums Is best demonstrated by our system. We give a perfect match to the pat terns lay it so as not in bulge, and cement the seams, all these and many other ideas go fo make up satisfac tory work. IT ITw. Public Places, Offices, DCS! T Or Bath Rooms, Kitchens and Halls. Complete House Furnishers . Drake Furniture 6v Carpet Company. 324-328 Brady St, Davenport. Iowa. jAnnouncemetrt Having purchased Coin's Palace of Sweets, lo cated at 1810 Second Avenue, Koek Island, we are pleased to announce that after remodeling and refurnishing throughout, the new store will lc opened to the public on Saturday, Aug. 22, under the name of The V&oston Candy KJtchen A fresh stock of candies, fruits, ice cream and ices will be carried at all times. You are respect fully invited to call on the opening day when a reception will 1e held from 7 p. m. to 10 p. m., with music in attendance. Icecream and cakes will Ikj served free. Hoping that we may be fa vored with your presence on this occasion, and that you will Ik; impressed with the new location, we are respectfully yours, The Host on Candy KJt chert GustTrakas. Proprietor. Successor to Coin's Palace of Sweets. M 1 M t 111111111 I I M M 1 I I I II MIO 0 II. E. C A STEEL, I D. MUDGE, 11. ti. txiMMun, j 5 President. vice resident. wasmer Central Trust e Savings Bank ROCK ISLAND, ILL. INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW. Capital Stock. 100.000. Four Per Cent Iatereat Paid on Deooalta Trust Department EBtates and property o alj kinds are managed by thla deparfc mect, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company. We act as executor of and trustee tinder Wills, Ad ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates. Eeceiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General nanel.l acrpnt. for non-residents, women, invalids and others. IF VOU WANT YOUR UMBRELLA Repaired or recovered, stop at 1622 Second avenue. I make a specialty or this kind of work; also reseat chairs and repair all kinds 01 fjraiiare. 3 I. Baker, telephone 5061, care of Ament's second hand store.