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'1HE ABD. FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1904.
5 : 2 Shields' Jarsians Kiin;is I';tleiit Kluur, f g f;er suck 1. VO lava ;ind Mocha ( offee. Q per pound rOv Kf"rr,:,::m.:: 1.00 -1 lbs. rr.-iiiniiited Sueir C)0 I '.est l.e;, f I.:. Li. lOr per pound -i V V-' . )!.. ;iu Leaf Lai d A y gf for J. O Ilc.-t lairv Mutter. per pound iVv 4 J 1 1 1 1 -1 - imported , r AiM-Jif . ;e, l.::r.'-t tidk Olixcs in the f three ciiie.-. ijnart 1J W w S-mer Kraut, per lC Sour I'iekjc-. per P iralhm OC :: Toilet Snap fy of '.1 bars DC :: jk:r-. I'arh.r Malche-. 25C Cm! timet Making l'owder. per can .'M ( abin or nnada Sap - P Maple S vr 1 1 p. gallon I.IO Star Tobacco, per -4 r p mi'! w' Sera p Tobacco, per " J 11 nii'l mOL S.n.ir. per 2QC pi ii la.' S W :; cans Salmon. tall iOC pkirs. O'l-D-Kriiitn sy FT.-x IheakfaM lood OC Holland Herring, pi-r doCIl 4Jm Linton lien ics. pi-r - piart 1IU Pried Mci'f. per can 1(JC Sec niir liariraii: in dried fruit. Shields9 Cash Grocery New 'Phone 5217. Old 'Phone 1217 t Pays to Bay For I Next Winter I We make prices to move the goods; want to turn the goods into ceish. None sold on credit. I Twenty Per Cent! Discount off any Men's, Boys' or Children's Suits, Overcoats and Pants in the store. This makes one-fifth, 1-5, off the regular price. Store full of bargains. Call and load up. Bleck and Blue Sviits Ex- cepted. W YOUKiW LUCLMN 17 COUNTS FOR WARR Bills Returned Against Him by January Grand Jury. MAKES REPORT ITODAY Total of 39 Indictments Found The Others in the Net. PERSONAL POINTS. J. Frank Kane, of Siux City, Iowa, is in the city. A. F. 1 rone lias returned from a visit at I.rowninsr. Iowa. Mr. anil Mrs. Mayer Levi left at noon for ( hicairo for a isit. Miss Hallie McCrory lias returned hi. me after a isit of three weeks in Chieaar'. Miss Tillie l'.urke lias returned to Canibridce after a visit vith Mrs. ,1 H. a lline. Clarence V. Domvai.. a well-known Chicago attorney, was in the city to day on profes.-ii nal business. Mrs. Felix Kttenrer and son. David, of Kail Claire. Wis., are i-iting- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maver llosen- field. V. ). llreet-h. f St. Louis, second vice president of the Fraternal Home 1'iiiidinq- assnciatii n, was in the city today, haviiifr biiiness at the Wood men head office. I!ev. F. A. Heisley. of Trinity church, has adxices from Thoniasville, (la., that there is no particular chancre in the condition of Dr. II. K. Sweet, who is winterinir in the south. Henry Carse. (' this city, attended the convention f the Iowa State Dottier.- as.-ociation he'd at Dcs Moines this week. He is president of the Na tional Dottlers' association. Henry Hansen, secretary of the V. M. C. A. at Klmira. X. V.. is here for a shcrt isit with his folks. lie has been oted a vacation by the direc tors of the Klmira association in or der to rie liim opportunity to rest after a season of hard work. Mr. Hansen has 700 members .under his chara-e at Klmira. There is an axer- aire attendance of -100 nt the Sunday mens meetinir, wliicn lie directs alsi J. W. W.1!U. embezzlement. IT in diet inent: Warr wa secretary of the Mi line Dui.'.iir;--. L a n iXl- Saxinijs asso ciation. li)i).nini f xmse fund. con sisting principally f ii'.onexs of :e )os;tols. he is alleged to liaxe apro priated to his ox n ue. Warr xvas ar rested at his home in Moline this af ternoon and brought into court to ar riinL'c for the f iirnishinir of bond pend ing a trial. Searle Marshall have been retained to defend him. Thirty-nine true bills were- foitn I by the .laniiary uraud jury, xxhich re tiiineil its ri'joit to .Jui;re tiraves in the eireuit court this tut ir 11 i liir. Tl:e jury hat! Iieeii in session since the tiist day of the month. One hundred and thirteen xxitnesses xxere examincil. Four cases xxere iyiu.-red and no cases xxere passed for the consideration of future frrand juries. The indictments not s -approved for serxice folloxx : I'.LM Ell ilKKLKU. confidence tfaine: chained xxith obtaining im laxx fully $-'s.:,u from the Kock Island I'ailxxay company. There is a second indict nit nt airainst Wlieeler for ob- i.i.io.i- ii,' iu- n liiisc iMCicnscs. XIiss l:i'i-iri. I ii-l.cv i ll t.Ml :i 01..1I a WILLIAM M( IM'I.I.IS. embezzle-I party of friends at her home on Thir tnent ami la recti x: xvas einployed l.y tx-sexentli street. A program of 11111- the Central 1'iiii'ii Telephone company i sic an 1 oi-i-rinal stories was carried 111 mis city. ..x. 1 ted, stc lc Hid p 1 ALLEMFS HEARING SET Preliminary Takes Place at Waterloo Tomorrow. ON CHARGE OF ARSON Accused of Setting Fire to Store to Secure Insurance. IN THE SOCIAL REALM Miss Dessie Heeler delightfully en- lertained a party of her friends at her home. :;i:; Ninth axcmu. last ev'ii-iiif,--. The time xxas spent jilaxinir rames and xxith xoc-al and inst rumcnt- il music, a sumptuous repast beinsr scrx "d. and disposed of it to a junk dealer. FUANK MOttIM:. larceny: Moore is coloreil. and J: is allcire.l crime is t M' theft of a ipiaiitity of clothing from I'.ert Marloxx. a porter at the IJock Isl and house. (;i:oi;;i. KK.WKDV. bur-larx; M'liiM-ilv is aired 1 xears. and is one f three b x s v!:n bur" 'a rized a build- xvlule llitoxica-I ..lit and a tT: 11'ed much of copper xx ire n contest Mrs. 1 .1. si warded the prize. Kel'i served. amusement. In Carlson was cshnients xxere cm! r tb bv the I" city, s !...'. for-slioe Itock Island .i urnx men Uarbers union. No. II.'!. held its seventh annual ball at the Industrial Home last even iny. lt." couples pnrticipatinir in the function, xvhieh was a fine success so cially. Tin" music was by Daker's or- he- t ra. illy ill the XX es merlv occuii:ei company. SAM I Kl. ( KAMi-:i:. robbery: Cra mer, accordinir to the in !iclniriit. Dec. s lured Victor Ama-ison to a deserted ice house 011 the outskirts of the xil- laire nC ( niI YaPey and stole fri-in him $!:u. .mih. .VMll l.'.M- I. assault with 111-1 m;s Kose (ioh'bcrir. "J:.".' Thirteenll nt to kill: wife char-cd him w it h st rect. was surprised last eveninir bv attempt inir to force her to drink car-i-i ... mo.-n.v , r fi,. ; The unriv Tl;e members of the board of direc tors of the Modern Woodmen were en tertained by Mr. and Mrs. K. I.'. Ma loiiex at their apartments in the Sala flats, on Nineteenth street. last eveninir-. 1 The preliminary hearirir of Harry Allendoif at Waterloo, loxxa, on a char-re of arson xviU taki' jilace to- inoiroxv. I.. (;. Willinir. the Waterloo merchant xvhose ernfession implicated Allendoif. has had his hearinir jiost- poiied until next Monday. Allciu.orf xvas arrested last Satur day exeninir in this city, where he xxas employed as salesman by Yeunjr: Xr McCombs. Willinir xvas detected in the act of toiichimr a match to his stock of drx sroods in Waterloo, hav- iniT saturatcl much of the stock xxilh keiosene in order to make a ouick iob of the lire. Willing had let one of his cniploxes into the plan, proinisimr him $100 xx hen the insurance money xxas paid over, but the latter could not keep the secret, oenliiiinir it to a frieir.l. The friend notified the authorities, an I xx hen Willing xxas all in readiness to set oiT the blaze he found himself in the arms of t xx o policemen. Willing made a clean breast of the xx hole af fair, admitting in addition that Ixxo prexii us tin-s that had occurred in stores of xxhich he xxas proprietor xxere of incendiary origin. In oin of these h stated that Allendoif xxas his ally. IpoIre lie Is GulltleH. Ailcndoif proicsts his innocence, and those xx ho kimxx him here beliexc him. lie xxas for .-ex era I years em ployed at McCabe's store in Ihis city, afterxxard cmbarUinij- in business for himself at Waterloo. Sex era I months airo he faiix'd and xxent Ihroiiirh bank-rupti-y pn ceediii-s. He retmned an I secured a position at Yi-unir iY McCombs. He was mak iiur his home in Davenport xxith his wife and t xx o children. CI A. McCoy, alian Aitliur ilill and larcenx : Ilarrx ROCK ISLAND ILL boUc acid at their home in this city 1 n the exeninir of .I:in. In. .H)!IN (M.SON. rape: Hannah Cas ta f.-on. aired :.. of Moline. is the pros cent i:iy xx it nos. (ii .OI.'Ci: F. I.DWi: and M I N N 1 1. I.OU K, robberx: I'.riist Kany claims to haxe been reliexed of $IUU liv the l.owo in a saloon 011 Fifth axenue. conducted by Dick Dos. Nox. Ii. TIMIMAS DIMtOK'S. malicious mis chief: liroke a xx'ndoxv in front of Croxx n restaurant. Second avenue. Oct. :'?. I.'ODFUT M'CONNKI.L. I.urirlaix and larcenx; William Hartlctt claims that MeCoiniell robbed his apartments Oct. n and -airie! axxav xxcarinir apparel of the xalue of s-n. 1'alnlnirer And IIIII Go re. The cases ienorci! are: William Diir- irer. la rccn x ; Fred 1 unit-lit of wife; Charles Fii!-i Hirer. mit h. la rcenx . In reference to the county jail the j;iry repotted as folloxxs: "The trraud jury of s;ii, court respectfully repre sent unto xmir honor, that, pursuant to the statute in Mich -ase made and proxi led. and the instructions of your honor, thex xisited the countx iail of ihis countx in a bodx . and they bey lea xe to re pi rt that they found the sami- clean and xxell kept and in as yood s.ui'Marx -ouditioii as the condi tions an! siirroiindinys xxould afford; that the food furnished to the pris oner contained in said jail i of yi.od iia'ity and of siiticicnt piantity to keep th- prisor-rs confined there in yood health; that the pi is tiers are in yooi! hi'aith and appear to be xxell pro vide I for and taken care of; that upon due impiirx of the prisoners they heard of no complaint ayainst the sheriff or officers in charye of them, and xxould commend the sheriff and his force for the condition of the pris oners confine! therein. I'he ca-e of the Cnited Drexxeries company ayainst A. .1. Kiess was rixen to the jury at in o'clock this morniny. In an hour a verdict rindiny for the defendant xxas returned. hoar;:c 1 a bob-sled, and after a ride of an hour returned to the Ooldbery home, xx here refreshments were serv ed. The iuaiiyural supper of the MenV Ftdloxx shi dub of Trinity church wa helil last exeiiiny at the re-tory. Tin refection xxas served by Trinity yuild. and there xxas a detiyhtful musical iroyram furnished hx the members of Hie choir carried out. BAN ON DEATH SENTENCE What's In st Xamr. Kx cry t hiny is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve. K. C. De Witt A- Co.. of Chicayo. tliscoxered some xears ay. how to make a salve from xx itch hazel that Is a spex-itic for piles, l or blind. Ideediny. itchinp-and protrudiny pi!s. eczema, cuts, burns, bruises and all skin diseases Me Witt's Salxe has im equal. This has given rise to numerous worth ess counter feits. Ask for MeWitt's the penuine. Sold by all druyyists. loxva Snpremc Court Taken Stand Adalngt Cupltul I'linlshiiirn t. loxxa is ayain to be denied a Ieyal hanyiny. The uninterrupted record of almost a decade in this respect xxhich threatened to be broken in six instances a few months ayo. xxas !i nally prcserxed b the supreme court xxhich yesterday rexersed the 1 xx o re inaininy murder oases in xxhich sen tciico of death had been pronounced. Ilarrx W ort man. of Cherokee, who xxas sentenced to be hanyed for tin murder of his sxx eel heart . Florence I'orter, and I.'ichard Williams, of Dux- ton, xx ho xxa sentenced to be hanyed for the murder of .1. W. Sharper xxhich occurred iluriny a drunken ipiarrel in xxhich the fatal bullet xxas intended fir another man. xxill eacl be irixen nexx trials i xviny to error of the lower court. Chester Tx lor xx ho xxas sentenced for the murder f Mr. Faih-r, of Ncxxfon. must serxe hi f.en t lice. Cnder the loxxa laxx no sentence of death can l.ccoim- effective for inn xear. At one time less than a year ayosiv ditTereiit death sentences wert lit eueel in the state. I he supreme x'oiirf has in each ease found error? ntitliny the defendant to a new trial I'ollce Ilf-klnc. v Ol.-on an I Florence Malcoinb xx -re tine,' .?iu each and I'earl Allen ami Fern Lockxxooil . ,'.-ich for ,!is order J x c u 1 net . (eorye F. Moofe xxas assessed " on a charye of disorderly conduct. LIrensed to Wed lo.t ph Harry Younjr Miss Hallie Irene Lamb William Murphy Mrs. Annie F. Turner Frank K. Washburn Miss Kdith Mary William Km met t bur . Moline . Moline . Moline .Moline . Moline y. loxxa SECOND MATCH IN RABBIT SHOOTING CONTEST BEGUN The team to xxhich (ieorye Dennett, of this city. I. eh nys xestorday had a rabbit shoot at Coal Valley, the s,.,. 011 I in the match that xxas beynn some time ayo. The number killel yesterday xxas not as hi rje as on the earlier dates on account of the in creased xxariness of the bunnies and the inroads that haxe been made upon theni by hunters. Following are the scores made to date, the second team haxiny another shoot cominy before the match is finished: Wilson's Team - .Ian. .". son !'., d'eorye Dennett :!7, son 17. .Ian. I 1. Wilson -J I Donaldson in. Martin's Team-.Ian. II. II. K. Mar tin -in. ;. Krapp is. ('. Krapp :.'". K. I.. Wil D. Donald Dennett , INJURIES INFLICTED BY ANGRY BULL WERE FATAL F.uyene D. Lyon, of Toulon, died Tuesday at his home, as the result of injuries sustained xxhen he xas at tacked by an infuriated bull, a short time ayo. .lust the nn rinny prexmus to his death he xxas supposed to in yettiny aloiiy tiieely and pronounced ocxoini tin- iianyer line, ami xxas up an I xx a Iked about the lions,-. A post mortem disclosed the fact that then xxas no possiiiie chance tor his recox- i i'.v. Nearlx excrv rib xxas broken and the infernal injuries xxere of such nature the only xxonder is that lift xvas pri lonyed a lony as it xxas. I.anil Kirnrlom to OkUhniiM. Land e.ursioiis to Oklahoma xxill be run oxer the Dock Islam System .Ian. ." and 1!. Feb. 2 and If.. March 1 and l"i and April " and ID. For fur ther particulars, call on or write K. L MOkCA.V, Skinner ISuihliiig-. HKNKV .1. tJIMI'P. 1110 Fifteenth Street, Moline, III. Pnentnonla and L. Grippe. Coughs cured piiek!y by Foley's Honey and Tar., lief use substitutes. All druggists. Saloon Notice. .Inliiis Lambrecht's place. Txxenly- fourth street and Fourth avenue. Dance Saturday iiiyht. -xery Ixxo xv,-cks. Free oxster lunch at. I'et it ' i t s lomorrexx inirht. .xo. J,IM l ourtli avc- liuc. A Vrjr CliMW Oil. "I stuck t- my enyine, althoiiyh ev ery joint ached and every nerxe xxas racked xxith pain." xxrite-, ( '. W. De lamy. a locomotixe fireman, of Dur linyton. loxxa. "I was xxeak and pale. without nnx" appetite, and all run oxx n. As I xxas about to yive up. I yot a bottle of Llectric Differs, anu, after takiny it. I felt as xxell as I exer did iii my life." Weak, sickly, run doxxn people alxvays yain new life, strength and viir from their use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by Hartz & Ullemeyer. Price, 50 cents. G -jt. the Most and Best for f 55 U your money in Fur- I niture, Carpets, Draperies, I Stoves by Buying of us. f o a a S We've some amazing Bar- gains in Iron Beds, Odd Dressers, Chiffoniers, etc., etc. Big JaLiviaury Bargains aJl Through the House. o t o o o o r O i O o o o o 0 o Davenport Furniture . Carpet Company. 123-125 West Third Street. VIVEffTOPT J IOWA DCK?oooaaaoaaoaocKaoooaooa aaoooaotooaoaoooooooaHao jB t argala Overcoats OFF THE Hs3ta-fr price. CKoice of any in the store. argaia Siits OFF THE PRICE. All Boys and Children's Suits. 11 L S0MMER.S . LA VELLE 1804 8ivonr Avx.Kock lalun-i : : 207 W. Second Sr.. Invui- Ad I Sel resxsive Shoe Hag. ODDS AND ENDS left over from the holi day rush too numer ous to mention--to be cleaned out at a sacrifice. THE BOSTON. Hoth 'Thoncj. f 0 ill Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up. J S j.iHK) stock of diamonds, watches . jexxelry, clot hint.', hicydes ;md rdher J merchan!i-e b.dn- s!d at -rent bargains at Cjerters Loan Offirft 1 t 320 Twentieth .St., Kock Lsland; 'jd.one MX Xlf BC S L ,r-- J