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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22. 100 1.
3 DAVENPORT DOTS, Loses Damage Case. Nick Coin. as administrator of th.? estate of Klias Lambros. the unfor tunate Greek who was killed during an altercation in the alley in the rear of the Linden flats, brought a suit against J. II. Montgomery, alleging that he was instrumental in causing the death of the (J reek, ant asking to recover $7,500 for the estate. At the conclusion of the ease yesterday the jury returned a verdict in favor of the defendant. ICIias Larnbros and Oscar Wiiey were trading horses when a juarr-d arose. The alley soon filled up with Greeks and missiles were free ly thrown. Mr. Montgomery, the own- r of the second hand store on West Second street in the rear of which the fight was in progress came rushing out in an attempt to disperse the crowd. There were missiles hurled in his direction, and it Is thought that one of these struck Klias Larnbros. causing him to fall to the pavement and crack the ha.- of his skull, where of he died. years employed by E. B. Knox in his undertaking establishment. Wedding is Announced. Invitations have been received by friends in the city bringing the interesting announcement of the ap proaching nuptials of Josephus I.erov Oakleaf. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 'Oakleaf. The bride-elect is Miss Ma ' lr-I Wilhehnina Anderson of Chicago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel An derson, and the nuptial ceremony will be performed at p. m., Wednes day, Nov. :. at the Lutheran Eman uel church at Hobbie and Sedgwich streets in Chicago. Accompanying the invitations are cards for a recep tion to be tendered the groom and his bride at the residence of the bride'. parents ar ITc.S Wright wood avenue, beginning at 'J p. m.. after the wedding Charge Against Printer. Miss Pearl Enfield, a Marshalltown young woman, IK or 20 years of age, lias filed an action before Justice W. M. Clark, in which she charges H. .1. Lenim, a Davenport printer, with the crime of seduction. Miss Enfield is the Iaughter of George Enfield, a farmer living on the old Archie dem ons farm, three miles northeast of the city. Lemin is a married man and has a family. Lost Money in Bank. William Schwarting of Walcott, the well known grain dealer, who sui cided Thursday, is said to have been on of the losers in the collapse of the New Libeity Savings bank, wherein he was quite heavily inter ested, (t js thought that the failure of the bank preyed on his mind and caused him to take his own life. Threw Bowl of Soup. Mike Kelley works at New Shops but lives in Davenport. He missed the train Thursday morning and went ! take the stree t car to his work bit enfen il a saloon on the way. One drink led lo another and yesterday lie appeared in police court with a blackened eye and much the worse for the Mrenuonsness of his day off. The story told to the police magistrate was that Mike Kelley. Bert Boss, a .Jamestown coal miner, and Henry Miiler were in Tillie's place on East Second iicet, eating soup. Kelley Hung his soup bowl and its contents at Boss, the coal miner, and at once trouble ensued. It was in that melee that Kelley got his blackened eyes. All three were arrested by Officer San ford on the charge of disturbing the peace. The sentence pronounced was ten (lays on the stone pile for each of the belligerents. o Ford Gets Four Years. Fred Ford pleaded guilty before Judge House yesterday to the crime of cheating ly false pretenses, and was sentenced to four years in the peni tentiary. Fords crime was the ob taining of $" from Claim Agent p,il mer of the ('., R. & p nn f(!r, lei;ed representation that he was se verely hurned by falling cinders from a locomotive as he was passing under the Perry street viaduct. Ford se cured the money, hut later it was 'earned that he was not injured in 'lie manner stated, which set an In quiry on foot, the result of which was tlie arrest and indictment of Ford on the charge of cheating ly false pretenses. MOLIHE MENTION, May Have Died in Wreck. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Nelson, living at JJ:!o Fourth avenue are considerably worried over the whereabouts of their eldest son. Edward Nelson, who left in May for the west to spend the sum mer. Since last July, now over three months, the parents, or no one else in the city, have heard a word from him. His sister. Miss Helen Nelson, has Jeff for Omaha, where she and her rela tives have instituted a search for his whereabouts, but as yet n trace of him can be found. His father will probably leave in a few days for the west t lonk for him. Edward lefr Molme in May and went to Omaha, where he stayed with relatives for some time. In July he left his home there and went to a large ranch in the vicinity of Sterling. Colo., hut left his trunk with his relatives, leaving word that he would soon be back af ter it. It will be remembered that in July a fearful wreck occurred near Sterling. Co.o . in which several per sons were mangled and lnirncd so bad ly that they could not be identified. Two days afur the wreck had occur red his folks in Mobile received a letter from him. mailed at Sterling. Colo., in which he stated that he wouM leae that night for Denver, where he would spend a few weeks. From that time until today not a word has been heard from him unless some friend of his in Moline unknown to his parents has heard from him. Tak ing in consideration the date of the wreck and the time and place at which the letter was written, combined with the fact that he left his trunk and has never called for it. would naturally cause any one to worry. Edward is well known In Mol:ne. having lived here all his life and was for several ceremony. Replies are to be sent to 054 North Oak Park avenue. The croon; is tie only child of Mr. and Mrs. Oakleaf ai:d of late has been pur suing a course in law at the Univer sity of Chicago. He has completed his studies and has already returned to this city to be associated in practice with his father. Miss Anderson's fath er is one of the directors of Augustana college, and his family has never re sided here, though members of it have many pbasant associations with Mo line people. Mr. Anersoti is part own er in a buuorine factory in Chicago. o Infant Dies. Jo.-rpii. the 5-months-oM son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hammond, residing on Si.th street aad Second avenue in East Moline. succumbed yesterday at 1 o'clock. The funeral was held this morning at the home and interment was made at Riverside. Former Moliners Directors. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Racine-Sattley company at Springfield last week. Th( odore Starks. formerly with the Moline Plow company and H. It. Frey. formerly with Dere & Co., were again reelect ed directors of the concern. Follow ing that meeting the board Met and elected Theodore S'.nrks treasurer and assistant secretary and R. B. Frey manager of the plant at Springfield, ill J. O. Kennedy and Capt. Tom Blink horn, formerly traveling salesmen fo: the Moline Plow company have also been secured as representatives or that company. The former will covei eastern Wisconsin and the latter North Dakota. 11A1LWAY TIPS. Are you going to Kansas City or the southwest? If so, take the South west Limited on the C. M. & St. P. at 10:30 p. in., or the early morning train at 5:30. You will bo assured of a pleasant and safe journey. Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac count of the-exposition, via the Illinois Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best service. Quick time. Write cr call on us for full information. City ticket office, 320 Main street. Peoria, 111. G. A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M, sue. fine trains and make an easy and rap id journey. Trains for Chicago leave Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. in., arriving at Chicago at S:53 a. ni., and at 11:50 p. in., arriving at Ciii- ! cago at 7:53 a. m. for a ticket via the Chicago St Alton Sliort Line. Stop and Think. If you want to go to Chicago you can take one of the C, M. & St. P.'s Going to the World's Fair? Your best route is over the Chicago &. Alton railway. All lines of railway will sell you tickets over this line whether yon decide to go via Peoria, ! or via Chicago. The rates are as low as by any line, and your home ticket agent will be pleased to sell you a a ticket over the Chicago & Alton Short Line if you ask for it. Direct connections with all railroads at Peo ria and Chicago. Superb day coaches and Pullman parlor cars, Pullman sleeping cars and both cafe and din ing cars. Ask your homo ticket agent Rheumatism Cured in a Day. Mystic Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in 1 to J i days. Its action upon the system io ! remarkable and mysterious. It re ! moves at once the cause and the dis ease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits. 7 5c and $1. Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Sec ond avenue. Bock Island; Oust are Schlogel & Son. 220 West Second street, Davenport. You cannot get rid of yellow skin, pimples, lusterless eyes, bad breath with paint and powder. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea cures from with in. :;." cents, tea or tablets. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy. Ill and Stov Biggest TL5 o 1 IMLl .ouse in 1 ii G, MI.iL Wo olbrook's i on Carpet n-Citi es9 is n in it? HAT is abroad statement, but we mean it, every word of it. The person who does not come in is the person we do not sell. That is the person we are talking to. There is one universal remark by our new customers that is - wc had no idea of this beautiful stock and prices so much lower on fine goods than are asked on inferior articles elsewhere'. Remember we have been 25 years building up this large business we cannot afford to misrepresent and misquote prices. You can readily see why our prices are lower as our business is nearly all cash. We can afford to give you better qualities and lower prices. And we are doing it. Come and be convinced, compare our prices and qualities and you are our customer. I js S MSA- m , - - - - 1 4 UJ' v Htm fisa xcedt fill-.1 1 Mr nab ii. tor,; r -..-, -ik A v. '.-:J7- -Jit WJil ' This f.:ir Acorn ted ranee with bic-li wnnvdiiff closet, six hobs, I ! ovii. b'U blast tire liox. Jut ::;;; "v: $35.00 Charm Oik for hard or soft coal Yi i "-l- if r j"-yre anci wood. gl low 1 n price. well t00fi made anj jftTJ nicely trim-WT- meJ. See Jrm, $7.50 ut-h. : - - ensin i Solid ink with litu'd drawer for silfr wa re, lit'Vflt'J pi Ue mirror. Millar to cut r2... "(Oi' ! -lit I I - - v- k v w I TBACE MARKED COPVBiGMTEO VjjrsT5l5S l COMPANY ff B ttzri V3.!, The Ostermoor Mattress is known the world, over. One-third nf fur ! time is snent in bed. that is an old adage. Nevertheless it is true. We are the ufrents for the ustermoor Mattress company fur the three cities. A large stock on band in all sizes, at factory prices. Be sure you are buying an Ostermoor and no imitation. "r -it -nrrirriH n nrr " i 1 iiinmini'i nwnrurt 9 This -ymrr full'atM Couch covered with heavy " m q velour. only 4JU IS i fe:. H t..4"" 11 Ul mmm - m- 'id :'k brc!Por. Vi"h tZJ or sft roil. !' H !''' QA JEL coke or . ' f",.v Ol.uU obs can be O OIL HEAT- 3 Lit A - - - - - - osed in ;t ERS Zv 5SS Is kn..wii -. vet.ient TJ;!3 j I-- e ' t'l" '- -" l-rrrr-' burner an I C ? :-"'- '"f rroduc.-rs t f-e.Zi? r""1 u;--n !'l ?j i t iv;' fufi save,- V L iy tun nii-n'-ii.i iSifesri -1 fV f rv I , 1 T!-!s ti"" finish Z fA5 Arom H1? - ZfT-W .ik combl- ,i-' iAr ESEJ&S tan R-rk- r:urnr. ,-, '"" ifeS-asi'' X-rvv , firtm!il hir4 ; 5 V";. iNlL i Itm0t4& wte ! r- NpfS -vWa f r 1 1 : - - ! Mm rhina T""1 w,th TT. - v I l v 1 i I I III . F 1, aii.'-T. iia line E7-"--. . -."-- folia oak , KpKZPl Ji?:3& . tfi' i'.fclr F'Jl clffoncr , KTrrS:32: pjj with five r5': id ti? ers only NsF S5.75 i :Wt 'n is tr..- it i -s fMlly it. :-i Cblffonerg In mahogany, birds eye, birch and quartered oak. This flno pol ished quarter ed oak only $14.75 I,'-'.' f--&'. V;':-41 l-i' -A;".- .,.,7?; 5l -l t .r V? 'Vf AVe carry a complete lino of Plnins Chairs. This solid Oak Cane scat Diivr only mm ue 11 i'n:i:-c-h ?.':i!lnhlp Iro'l T'nnq:-' 1 in'st oTi t fie market tid;iy. al! tttf latest features and I I-.M.I" d. 'nine in ;nid S. e t i ll 1 !! s this week. 1 '4 .;n,;j; " I l: mil l Tup Iii:ie-.- Tables ''!"' i d qllrirtei e flf r1 Jd.lrJ ft I I j I :-osi?';r T: 1. !. lnnde from iu;ir ter'd fi.ik. li!- !i. liirds eve r;-i hoffuny. TIN K'.hXn CftOnl ":. like 'Ut Ol.bU! t4 t i ei i Hj pi i.1 SrTi t. si h.-"?.':-?-'a.: -'V'v' s5 - -' ' ' v Km: 1 h"ivv all .-vil IngTain Car tels, a yard. TCp r.i W!vt ('arrets, rretty O". 5 atter'TS. yard OuL I..irsr Tnj estry Rugs. rxm PO AA Fize. ilfi.'i'' to vOUU !".: e h:.:f w.nd QQp I'-Trpets. yard u Jt '---'-ij J Tabonrettos. a line t- rhno?a from aa 1- low fts irO-ti F - V..;' : J - ' 4 S3 5Sc 14 11 1 Wo HOLBROOK The HrIbr'k f.ivr.rite ranpe m.i'!e from best st- I with very ha.vy llr.injrs. duplex prte for wood or coal, fine fnish. six holes with hlph warmlr.jf loset. Just COO CA like cut. only $Lm0) This fine Folid f).jV lilninrr T.-i.!e. Hl'-meli toj., live lie. ivy f f Oft J'-s". fiy 0.J J"7TTO rJ MAf TPE53. - - -' .' We are leaders on m.'ttrss.ji. AVf" have cotton feits, mw .iri jlUf. fibre. This 40 pound clastic felt nuittresf, only 7.5G 'lies' Writing LwW',. I Tjecks no frnm I09-III East 2nd St.. DAVENPORT, IA s ? p 3 ii ti 1 j i i 0