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THE "AKGTJS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1005.
MOTHER AT REST
JOHNSTON IS
STILL HUSTLING
AGAINST
COMBINE
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I Call and See the Handsomest
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For the Plumbing of Your New House See
Allen, Mvers. & Company
B)e Jewelry Story
CONTINUED
We don't show you an old pattern in jewelry or watches,
or rings or anything. Wtwn you hear of bargains in jew
elry, read between the lines "aged." Old style jewelry,
stale as the ice cream from last night's dinner table. If
you don't know the age of the style when you buy. you'll
find out soon enough, and then a disappointment. People
don't want old patterns in jewelry and silver.
Think of a school of dolphins and gold fish, a collec
tion of jewels, peacock's and palms in a stream of rose wa
ter catching the waning glow of the sinking sun, on a
summer's day and you have a hint of the beauty of some
of the styles which we show in our new store.
If you have not seen it, you have a sensation coming.
1707 2N- AYE
Rock Island. III.
1YOUNG CHAPS
WE HAVE JUST WHAT
YOU ARE LOOK
ING FOR..
SUITS MADE FOR YOUNG MEN
(NOT OLD MEN). SUITS WITH
PLENTY OF GINGER IN THEM;
MADE WITH ALL THE STYLE
THAT CAN BE PUT IN 'EM. EXTRA
BROAD SHOULDERS, LONG COATS
WITH 8-INCH VENTS, DOUBLE
BREASTED, SINGLE-BREASTED,
STRAIGHT FRONT. PRICES NO
MORE THAN ORDINARY CLOTHES.
SUITS.
$15 to $25.
OVERCOATS.
$15 to $25.
AT THIS STORE YOU HAVE THE
CHOICE OF THE FINEST SUITS
FOR MEN EVER BROUGHT TO
ROCK ISLAND.
Suits for Men.
$10 to $30.
4-
OKIES
no jwy-y
Services Are Simple, According
to Wish Expressed by '
Deceased Woman.
REV. J. B. KELLY CELEBRANT
Theatre Promoter Has Contracts
Worth Nearly $100,000 in South
Yet This Fall.
Solemn Requiem Mass in Hospital
Chapel Interment at the Ger
man Catholic Cemetery.
i
The funeral of Mother Superior
Mary Michael, of St. Anthony's hos
pital. was held this morning at 9
o'clock, from the hospital chapel. The
service consisted in a solemn requiem
mass. The officers of the mass were:
Celebrant, Rev. J. B. Kelly, pastor of
St. Mary's church, Moline; deacon.
Rev. A. Geyer, pastor of St. Mary's
church. Rock Island; sub deacon j Rev.
Harrington, chaplain of the hospital:
master of ceremonies. Rev. J. E.
Roache, acting pastor of St. Joseph's
church. Rock Island. ; .
The impressive service was attended
by a large number of the many friends
of Mother Mary Michael. Following
the service at the chapel, the remains
were interred at the German Catholic
cemetery. The following acted as pall
bearers: C. J. Larkin, William McEn
iry. T. B. Reidyf Joseph Ueier and
James Reidy, all of this city.
Owing to the expressed wish of the
deceased, the service was made simple.
and no floral offerings were sent.
Crow. .
Mrs. Christine M. Crow. vho has for
etg1ityears conducted a llnTSCry and
florist establishment in this city, died
this afternoon at 12:50 at her home.
1C23 Third avenue. Death was due to
a cancer of the breast, with which sh.;
had been afflicted for some time.
Mrs. Crow, whose maiden name was
Christine M. Westphall, was botn at
Buffalo. X. Y.. Sept. 30, 1S34. When
quite young her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Westphall, removed to Iowa
City, and resided there for some years.
In 18C4 Mrs. Crow removed to Daven
port, where her husband conducted a
nursery. Her husband. W. H. Crow.
who survives, resides in Davenport.
She leaves two daughters. Miss Lucy
E. Crow, of this city, and Mrs. Myron
C. Long, of Decatur, 111. Two brothers
also survive. '
Mrs. Crow was an active member pf
the German Lutheran church of Dav
enport. The funeral will be held Sun
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the
home in Rock Island. Rev. W. H.
Blancke, pastor of St. Paul's English
Evangelical Lutheran church of Daven
port, will conduct the funeral services.
Burial is to take place at Oakdale cem
etery. Davenport.
M'biimlr Kunrrul.
The funeral of Frederick Schmale
will be held from the home. 321 Fif
teenth street, tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, and at 2:0 services will be
held at the German Lutheran church.
Rev. C. A. Mennicko, the pastor, is to
conduct the services. Burial will take
place at the Lutheran cemetery.
Mm. Ilattlp Kirk.
Word has been received here of the
death of Mrs. Hattie Kirk, of Farming
ton. Iowa. Her husband was formerly
employed as a pharmacist in Rock
Island, and both were well known here.
Mrs. C. H. Seidel and Mrs. L. Kramer
leave this evening to attend the funeral.
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CllTERED
YOU KNOW US.
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ARGUE PETITIONS IN
MACKIN WILL CASE
George H. Johnston of St. Louis, who
built the Illinois theatre, and is now
constructing Moline's new opera house
building, -shed the) light of his counte
nance over the Argus office today. Mr.
Motion to Strike from Files Heard by
Judge Parmenter in County
Court.
Judge Parmenter last evening took
under advisement the matters relative
to the Thomas Mackin will, which is
being contest in both county and cir
cuit courts in various manners.
Arguments came up on the motion
to strike from the files the petition for
the appointment of an administrator
and the petition to set aside the pro
bate of the will. Both of these ques
tions were taken up at once and the ar
guments were concluded yesterday.
Sturgeon, Stelck & Sturgeon appear
for the petitioners, and McEniry & Mc
Eniry for the estate.
CALLED TO A GRASS FIRE
Department Fights Blaze in Southeast
Part of City.
The fire department was called to
Thirtieth street and Eleventh avenue
yesterday afternoon about 1:30, fire
raging in the grass in the abandoned
brick yards having alarmed the resi
dents nearby. The two companies re
ported at the scene, and worked for
some time extinguishing the minia
ture prairie fire.
No Authority to Act.
Having been informed that certain
canvassers have been at work in the
-ity. purporting to represent the Smith
Studio, I desire it to be known that
I have no authorized agents in the city
whatever. C. E. SMITH.
A Daredevil Ride
often ends in a sad accident. To heal
accidental injuries use Bucklin's Arni--a
Salve "A deep wound in my foot,
from an accident," writes Theodore
Schuele. of Columbus, Ohio, "caused
me great pain. Physicians were help
ess, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quick
'y healed It" Soothes and heals burns
'.ike magic. 23 cents at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's. drugg"Ws.
GEORGE H. JOHXSTOX.
Johnston is still doing business in his
old successful way, having just closed
contracts for something less than
$100,000 in theatre buildings in the
south, every one of which will be un
der roof before the-holidays. Here is
the list Mr. Johnston has closed up
since the middle of September, and he
has had a pretty busy season other
wise: Theatre and office building at Birm
ingham, Ala., $35,ih0.
Treatre and office building at Little
Rock. Ark.. $32,500.
Theatre and office building sit Cof
fey ville, Ala., $30,000, together with the
first night ticket sale of $10.0ti0 and
first 30 days' receipts.
PERSONAL POINTS.
Abe Rosehfield? of Ch!cago.is in the
city. -
B. F. Knox -and son, Harry, are in
Chicago for a fewdays, . ,
R.- L.: Porter, division superintendent
of the Burlingtonwas in Rock Island
yesterday.
J. T. Frances, formerly sales man
ager of the Rock Island Plow company,
haj assumed the management of the
sa'es department of the Morrison Man
ufacturing company, at Ft. Madison,
Iowa.
Rev. and Mrs. Granville H. Sher
wood left this morning for Elgin where
they will visit Mr. Sherwood's parents
and Sunday attend the services in con
secration of Mr. Sherwood's former
church at Streator. Bishop Anderson
of the Chicago diocese will officiate.
SOCIAL AFFAIRS.
Cozad - Caulfield. Last evening oc
curred the marriage of Miss Rose Caul
field to James M. Cozad. Rev. J. F.
Lockney performing the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Cozad have left the city
for u few days, and upon their return
will reside at Hn5 Fourteenth street.
Mr. Cozad came here from Reynolds
two years ago and is employed in the
bookkeeping department of the head of
fice of the Modern Woodmen of Ameri
ca. The bride 1 a young woman who is
quite well known in Rock Island us a
nurse.
C. A. U. Club Entertained. The
C. A. U. club was delightfully enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Henry Kra
mer last evening. Card playing was
the amusement of the guests, inter
spersed with vocal and instrumental
solos. Refreshments were served.
ASK SECURITY FOR COSTS
Judge Ram6ay Hears Motion in the
Mandamus Suit.
The mandamus suit against the city
pf Rock JJani, the Rock, Inland Xa
tional -kank, the Central Trust & Sav
ings bank and Mary E. Robinson came
up in circuit court this morning in the
form of a motion by the defendants for
security for costs. Judge Ramsay
heard the attorneys and took the mat
ter under advisement.
RESUME 9-HOUR SCHEDULE
About One More Month of the Shorter
Day.
The announcement is made by the
Xew Shops officials that the eight
hour schedule will prevail for about a
month, when the shops will again be
put on the nine-hour day schedule, and
continue throughout the winter at nine
hours. Rumors afloat yesterday that
the shops were to be closed Oct. 14 are
emphatically denied by the officials in
charge.
For All Kinds of Piles.
To draw the fire out of a burn, heal
a cut without leaving a scar, or to
cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and
all skin and scalp diseases, use De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A specific
for blind, bleeding, itching and pro
truding piles. Stops the pain instant
ly and cures permanently. Get the
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
City
Council Believes Vertical
Pump Out of Question.
PRICE FOR MACHINE HIGH
Indication That There Will be Some
Delay in Making a Selection
May Have to Build.
Some of the aldermen are beginning
t think that the council is up against
a combine as far as the vertical pump
is concerned. If one cannot be pur
chased cheaper than is indicated by
the bids now before the body, that
class of machine is out of the ques
tion. However, there are a number, if
not a majority, who prefer a vertical
pump to the horizontal. And on ac
count of the few manufacturers making
this machine it seems almost impossi
ble to get anything that is independent
of the alleged combination.
l)Milon IHxtmit.
While at times there has been a dis
position to equip the waterworks plan:
as soon as possible with the new pump,
since the aldermen have become in
volved in the actiml task of picking out
a machine, they have come to believe
that little is to be gained at present by
haste in making the selection. With
the vertical out of the running, the fa
vorites seem to be the Holly, manu
factured by the Snow company, and
the Allis Chalmers machine. The bids
on these pumps were lower than the
others on the one that is adapted to
the needs of the city.
W ill Have ( llnihl.
If the pumps now in operation are to
be kept, there will have to be addi
tional room at the plant for the pump,
and it now seems probable that such
is the case. Definite decision will be
reached later.
BULLETS MINGLED WITH
MISSILES IN A FIGHT
Two Men and One Woman Engage in
Battle on Eighteenth Street About
Midnight No Injuries.
"A desperate fight, in which two men
and a woman were engaged, occurred
last night about midnight on Eigh
teenth street, just below Second ave
nue. The three participants came from
the east alley between First and Sec
ond avenues, and engaged in the scuf
lle on Eighteenth street, throwing
bricks, pieces of wood, and other handy
missiles at each other. They were in
dulging in considerable loud talking
and the two men were exceedingly
bitter in their denunciations of each
other. After a fight lasting some min
utes without interference, one of the
men took to his heels, and as he went
the other fired a revolver at him. The
bullet apparently missed the mark, as
the runner continued. The other man
and woman disappeared a minute later.
FORMER ASSOCIATES GATHER
Luncheon at Club in Honor of Major
C. McD. Townsend.
At the Rock Island club last even
ing Ira Karr, T. J. Medill and F. W.
Bahnsen gave a dinner in honor of
Maj. C. McD. Townsend. who was here
for a short visit with his former asso
ciates. Those who partook were
among the most intimate friends of the
major when he was in Rock Island. A
number of others gathered at the club
after the luncheon to greet the officer,
who has just returned from the Phil
ippines and is en route to Washington,
D. C.
PAUL ROSS WAIVES HEARING
Bound Over to Grand Jury on Charge
of Larceny.
Paul Ross was bound over to the
grand jury this morning under $500
bonds, charged with larceny. Ray
Prescott, the complainant, charged
that Ross, with whom he roomed, took
a coat and hat valued at $10. Ross
admitted the theft of the articles, and
waived the preliminary examination.
Ross, it appears, has been in similar
trouble a number of times in the past.
having a record in the Davenport
courts.
EXAMINATION SET FOR OCT. 18
Those Desiring to Take Clerk-Carrier
Tests Should Apply at Once.
D. F. Krell, of the civil service board
at the local postoffice, has been noti
fied of another clerk-carrier examina
tion to be held Oct. IS at the federal
building. As the time is now short,
those desiring to take the tests should
make application to Mr. Krell without
delay.
Frightful Suffering Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the viru
lent poisons of undigested food, C. G.
Grayson, of Lula. Miss.. took Dr.
King's Xew Life Pills "with the result,"
he writes, "that I was cured." All
stomach and bowel disorders give way
to their laxative properties. 25 cents
at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store,
guaranteed.
Wards Off Pneumonia.
All coughs, colds and pulmonary
complaints that are curable are quick
ly cured by One Minute Cough Cure
Clars the phlegm, draws out inflam
mation and heals and soothes the af
fected parts, strengthens the lungs,
wards off pneumonia. Harmless and
pleasant to take. Sold by all drug
gists.
line of
(Carpets, Rugs,
Linoleums
in the Tri-Cities.
IT WILL SURELY PLEASE YOU TO SEE THIS SPLEN
DID ASSORTMENT OF NEW FALL PATTERNS. WE
KNOW WE OFFER YOU MORE .VARIETY, BETTER
QUALITIES. BETTER PATTERNS AND LOWER PRI
CES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE. WE ANTIC
IPATE THE LARGEST CARPET AND RUG BUSINESS
IN OUR HISTORY THIS FALL, AND THE STOCK IS
HERE TO DO IT WITH. DON'T BUY ANYTHING UN
TIL YOU SEE US. AN OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW YOU
WHAT WE HAVE IS ALL WE ASK.
Davenport
Furniture&Carpet
Compaavy,
123-125 West Third Street.
Opposite Masonic Temple.
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Adams Wall Paper Co.
310-312-314 Twentieth Street.
LET US PAY YOUR
BILLS.
We provide cash so that you may not be worried about
your indebtedness. You ought to get those overdue bills
so, that you will not be worried; so that you will have that
comfortable feeling and clear conscience. We will loan you
what you need and put the matter in such shape that you
will not be embarrassed in the repaying of our claim.
Your furniture, piano, horses, wagons, etc., will be secu
rity for the money and are not removed nor disturbed in
any way. Strictly private. Let us tell you more about
it. It's a most attractive way to get out of debt.
FIDBLITV LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell A. Lynda Block, Room Si.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday avanlnfa. Tala
phona West 514. New Telephone 6011.
Beooettp
75he Furrier
Will Be
lieadquart
For All Kinds of
FURS
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