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ROCK ISLAND ARGU
VOL. XIJII. NO. 279.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1S95.
FBIOB TH&XE GE3T8.
Indiana Man Wins the Chief
CrsTid Army Honor.
ms oitly orroinsfT withdraws,
AryX the Enratpm?nt Puts film at the
Hrail t'imiiliucmsly tm:l Knt hcniustloall j
St. I'aul tivt the Next Mrrting nf the
Itiiyn in lilie-Watte rson' I'.loqucnt Wel
come Literally Set tile Veterans Wild
Sir. Logan' Emotion Barbecue Kay.
lxuisviLl.E, Fept. 13. Tho thirtieth
tiatluiml encampment of the G. A. It. wilj
be held in St. Paul in lti'.fl, v.ith Colonel
I. X. Walker, of Iudiiintipolia, as coin-inniuler-lncliief.
The encampment proper
1hi Woman's liolicf Corps nnd the Ln
dies' Clr'-le nH hrprnn their proceeilingrs nt
10 a. ru., and kept in session all day. Tho
gentlemen of tho encampment almost
completed their work, while f lu- lm'.lcs of
lie two auxiliaries did not jet muchdno.
Then! ha Ikh 11 considerable agitation
ulxjiit uniting lliem in this year of reiinit
! Iirotherhood and citizenship, but the
ladieH of tho uuxilRii'ie are nx far apart as
ever, and in spirit if not In purpose they
Will renmin divided.
Trouble Among the Women
The Woman' Il-licf corps had the
1 miilib- lH.'f-we.'ii the fiution of Mrs.
Clark and Mrs. Sherwood at Canton O..
exemplilliil l:y the nherilT, who rntured
wilhout the pussword to serve the injuno
1 ion rif t ho court's on the national ollicers
rrsf rjiiriiri-jr them frwii ousting Mrs. Clark.
When the sdierifT entered the Indie would
nof ti ll him who were the ollicers, lut a
friend of Mrs. Chirk so m pointed out the
oitii-ers ;:il the onler of the court was
Kerved. Mrs. Tyler, the wife of the mayor
of lyiuisville, delivered u line :Mldre-.i of
welcome to tlie city, as did .Mrs. (General
S. li. Hm klierto the statiMiud to thesouth.
'oiifet.'rntaH in (.rent lcm:itiil.
The (.'onftdeMte veterans, notably Gen
eral (iord m, (i: neral liwkncr and Henri
Wattersoti, took part a;rain in the rTep
tions and cimpilrcs, praising the pood will
that had brought pence in reality as weil
as in name. AOor delivering welcoming
aililn ssi's during the ilay Watterson last
nijrht deliviml Ms lecture on Abraham
Lincoln, and tonight (ieiicrul (ionlon de
livers his ketiuc on 'The Last Days of
tie Confederacy," in both f whl' h tho
ex soldiers take rfiit interest. Ilenend
lliiekner is kept busy addTes.-ins canisji
lires. Today thu Hlue and the (irnywill
meet in a raud biirliecue tendered by tin
latter to their fruests anil tonight's pri
(rrammes for the different campllres aro
tio Wild Ovit Wntterson.
The encampment was called to order on
time an. 1 the lirst nitmlx r on thepro
(.Tamme was a speech, by Henry Walter
son welcoming the veterans to Loiiisville.
The welcome was in the eminent editor's
Iiest vein and the veterans fairly went
wildjwlth enthusiasm. Tin- speaker himself-
was overcome by emotion nnd tho
old soldiers rose in their seats and not
only chi-ercd. but hu.'ied each other and
threw hats, fans and handken hiefs into
Mrs. John A. Lofran was seati'd a short
distance back of tlie conimander-in-cl.icl's
stand, and as Watlcr-on walked ivway
vith tears cour-im down his cheeks
icncral I.awler presented hi".i to Mrs.
liofian. Neither could sneak and the
wjiite haired, motlii rly-lookin lady took
his 1 hi rut in both of her's am! when she
found her voteo said: "1 am ulad 1 have
IxYn permitted to live to hear your speech."
i:iitim: f thi: i:mwmi'Mknt.
Wnlkcr I'.lcrlcd f'omtiianler-in-f-lii'f nnd
St. I'lin! .i ts tlie IK!))! Meting.
Post Coniniader in-chief Warner, of
Kansas City, eloquently responded to
Watorsori and the routine of tin- encamp
ment went on. Commander-in-chief Law-
ler delivered his annual address whiv.h w;ls
nn epitome of the ollieial reports. It showed
that there are :."i7.'vi.i members in ftoid
standi n T, a.iraiiist :!71,.'iV. .June 'Jut, ls.'l,
the loss by death havinjr been 7,:is., while
I'.UVm an- suspended, lie reft rnil to the
Jiension question and frit icised the oliey
at present in vonue, regarding whieii he
urp'd that n test case Ik- brought in the
r.mrts. Misaddress covered every depart -lnetit
of th.e or;iTUi..it ion. Committis'S
Were then appointed iii'ter which St. I'.iul
was chosen for the next encampment
on thi first ballot, defeating Deliver, lluf
falo nnd Nashville.
The next business was the election of n
r immnnder In-chli'f. Colonel Ivan A.
Walker, of Indiana, was n.uui d. and T. S.
t'larkson. of Nebraska, 'ho had Imi-u put
forward by a stronu party, (jot np and re
f;isnl to run. nioviii); that Colonel Walker
li' unanimously clccicd, which was car
ried amid thunderous applause. Colonel
Walker briefly and cloiiuentir thanked
his comrades and the encampment then
ctii'so tienera! Ilobson.of Kentiii ky, senior
vice commander and 1'. K. Cosr ve, jun
ior vhv. Adjotirnnieiit whs then uikeii
(er the day.
List nljrhr there wen numerous camp
tires. all largely atfend.sl a:id all fail of en
tliur.iasrii.but inlay w is the iinii;iiefc.iture
of tlie week the harliccue nnd "bur-ino."
Hiirirt.,, is a soup inntainin.'; inniimer.ible
i i'-''ilii iits. tint can only Iki maile in its
jH-rfei t:on In Kentucky. The luirlxx-ue was
on a scale that was nevertvfore at tempt ed.
Thi barU-eti!- eummitt s- secured Wilder
park, a lxmitiful v-n.ve at The .-ilp:e of the
city, and prepared t f.vd ioii.(io( p. rsons.
Tnftn;hes werr dmr .'.roundth.-ent'ire park,'
and t).t) iivt of iron pip,, was soeuri'd to
be n setl in luir! veinou t':e meat. Ki 'ht
carloads of conlttTHMl wi t- contracted fur.
One hundnxl lvev.-s. : f;lt southdown
sheep. calves nnd r.'io hiais were
slaughter-! and roa-tnl m the trenches by
Tabh-s to aoconiinftUte persons at
riu-h sitting were built In the jutrk, and
there were W waiters. Ten bur-ioo ket
tles, each c..p.ible of holdinjr ,n :.i!l,in ,,f
the soup had beert made to onler and were
swnnft from jt-onderous iron poles over im
mense fires. A famous blue crass cook,
whoso home is nt Ix-xinpton and who has
pri'.sided over more b.trliecue.s than nny
man living, was in eharjre. It was a tre
mendous spread. How many fhtsohs sat
diwutothis Kentucky hospitality is not
known, but it was up In the hundred thou
sands. In connection with the bipa-vst harbocuo
ever pircn there was an old-tiuie enter
tainmeiit by southern plantation neppx-s.
ThU yi as vlx-d in chart-e of Colonel Will
15. Hays. Uoiunel Kays is the auf hoc of
more popular songs than any man in the
south. He had trained a chorus of 4tt ncro
voices nnd had. wrttten a sr)"cial Gritud
Army of the Republic sons for them en
titled '-Hannah, Ain't Ywu Glad You
This southern nejro entertainment took
place while tho barbecuo trai in profrrpss
nnd was on a stani l-V feet lou in pUdn
viuw of the m.-oted and feasting multitude.
There were c4tig, wins and buck binccs
and snmo nf th! aute-b;-llum r.esrro melod
ies. There was also upon this innnenfic
statue an ''international txike-walk and
buck anil wing dnnciu? t-onrests."
The entries for th"; caki-walk numlxTrd
270. Prizes to the amount of ?1,00 are to
Irj nwardod to tho successful conte?tants.
The cake that foes to tiie couple winning
the walk is four feet in diameter and two
Today Is nndoubKsJly a great day of the
4WFUL EARTHQUAKE IN HONDURAS.
Two Hundred and Fifty IVrsons Iteported
lHnrl or lylac.
Xew Youk, Sept. 13. A special from
Tegucigalpa says that an earthquake has
occurred in H-indiir.is. Two humlrej and
fifty people ir n-p,irt :d dead or Cy
lnjr. The property loss will amount to
more than a million.
On Sunday the shocks commenced, con
tinuing nil day nt intervals, there being
much damage. By Monday the eity was
filled by an addition of 3,?00 people from
the mountains nndoutlyincr villages.
During Monday night sheets of fl-tins
nppi-ared at different p drits to tlrs north
west, rising to immense heights. Tues
day morning the shocks ceased, quiet wa.;
restored and peop'.o h.'ft town for tkeir
During tho night the shocks continui-.l
nnd nt daylight smoke from the mo.m
tainstothe northwest ro.se to an cnor
moiis height, followeil shortly after by tl.
bursting of tl.-miea front the mountain
sides and the tiinc.vit'g out of rocks nnd
It is reported at Yetnpan tivat seventy
one houses wen- ile-.trn.-ej.
Due hundred and fifty three dead bodies
hr.ve Ix-i-n recoVi-red and many fnortt are
At Covnjuanca thirty-seven honse3 wern
destroyed. J.'inety-flve b wlies were recov
ered. At Cayuseat t',v-:-.;y-niiie koMses
were destroyed, ami eleveu iiodies were
It is impossible yet to get a full account
of the disaster. Many small settlements
are In lieved to have Iieen destr ycd.
The national ci-um-il. I'atrlotic Orhr of
I'nited Amerie.nn Meehanies, has elected
the following oftiivr Xationr.l eo'lncilor.
Charles Dtttess, of l'hiladel;rtiia; national
viii! eouneilor,. Mau-iee lktuer, of iew
lirunswiek. X. J.; national secretary, John
Server, of l'hil.ulelphia.
Mrs. Frances HiMtgini Ilurnett, the an-thon-ss.
has decided to soparate from her
Wichita's police commission has Ix-en
arrested for violating a stale law that for
bids j'lililie nilicialstodisuriuiiuatu against
i-x-soHsers. The couipl.-iinant is a w;
veteran who was dismissed from tho police
The sr.prcnie lodjTv, Cokirid Ktltphts d
Pythias, ha. sdeeted tlie following "olli
cers: Supreme chancellor, .tamest'. Hos.s,
Savannah, tfci.; supreme vlv chancellor,
S. W. St:irts, West Virginia; wiprcinu
muster of excheipn-r. Dr. J. H. Young,
Arkansas.: supremo ki-cpur of record and
seals, C K. lloblnson, of M'ssoiiri.
United States Consul Mimehmeyer, nt
San Salvador, died of yellow fever, which
diseasu also killed his predecessor. Mr.
Polloch. Mr. Munehmeycr .is appohited
last February from West Virgiuhw
The military telegraphers re-elected
William 1!. Plumb, of Chicago, president,
and chose tho following other ollicers:
Vice preshlent, W. H. Wilson: secretary
nnd tn-asun-r, J. K. Pert it, of Chicago.
Tlie output of almost every cycle tube
lirm In liirmingham, Kngland, has ls-cn
iMiught up for th: Aiu-rie:in traile. at
price higher than Hh- Knglish have been
Will Caldwell (colored) murdered n
woman near Oscoda, Ark., in order that
nnotlw-r negro might go a sum of liuniey
she p-issessed. Caldwell wa urrvstcd,
confessed and was proniptly lynched."
Henry M. Mnnli-y, thu famous African
explorer, hiu arrivinl in Xew York. Ho
will make u trip through the British
Keir Hardie tells the Denver reporters
that half a docn 1 iiieago jinst'rs im
port uncd him t.) spmk at their chureiu-s.
Cadet Thomas C. Unttt-rly. third class,
died suddenly at West Point from humor-
r!iageo( the stomach. lie was appointed
The manufaetun-rs of Resseiner bteol
are s;ikl to !h- planning a gigantfu c.na-
(Jovenior Attgi Id, of Illinois, has ap
polntitl Isjusc Jiu-kson. of Chicago, dele
gate to the Xationnl Irrigation Congress
at Albunuentnr, X. M., l."rh and ltith iiist.
Fourteen expulsions from the Peoria.
Ills., high sehnol will result from thu
school board inrestisntion f nwrit haz
ing. I'ari'nts of the pnjils sulijected to
the Lazing rais.-d n jiroti-st osalust tin
practice. Mrs. ?arah Huntington 01ney,"tdow of
Professor Edward Olney. of Ann Arbor
nniv rsky, is dead. Shu was Hie daughter
of tho Info Klijuh Huntington, of Perry
Kotx-rt J. TaUos Another Ree,
Lovisvil.LK.S-pt. 13 In the match rae
bi-twwn Hobi-rt J-. PaU hen and Gentry,
Koln-rt J. took the lirst, third and fourth
heats in 2. tW,, -:'" nd S:tn'. I'atch
en took the soeid in2:W. Gentry was
last in all except the first heat.
Kvery tiirl tu Her Teens"
Needs at times a safe and gentle
tonic to counterbalance the extra
drains on the physical and nervous
system. Zoa-rhora"(Vomen"s Friend),
Hill give health and freshness for
weakness anil pallor. Sold by T. II.
Thomas and Marshall & Fishor.
Twenty-Five of the Victims cf the
Osceola Pit Horror.
6 AS STILL BAD IN TEE WOmNGS,
lint Urave Men Go Doirn to Recover Their
Ixst roinradns Most of Wliom Are
P'ound as if Stricken with Death as They
IW-Grand Stand Falls nt toaKville
nnd Seventy-Fi'e or More 1'eoplo Are
Severely, lmt Not Fatally Hurt.
IIofoHTox, Mich., Sept. IS. The open
ing of Xo. 2 shuft at the Osceola copper
mine and throwing a supply of live steam
down the shaft hail an cxcellen effect in
causing an up draft and at 0 p. m. Wednes
day Xo.4 was oiH iii-d. Very littlosmoke was
discovered and both shafts were left open
all night. Shortly after T o'ciock yesrer
day morning preparations were begun fur
exploring Xo. 4 shaft in search of Isxlies.
First a skip containing four lighted c.-.n-flles
was lowereJ t.) tho twenty--ighth
level, and then hoisted to the surface,
when all but one were found to be still
burning. The miner then decided that
It was safe to go down into the shaft, or at
1 -nst a portion of the distance, and an ex
ploring party, coi-.sistingof Captain Proby
Kiehards nnd live miners, was lowered in
the skip, stopping at each level down to
1'irst Tarty Finds Some ISodics,
This party was down over an hour, nnd
before 1; reachi-d the- surface a large crowd
had gathered about the mouth of Tiie
shaft, watching most anxioiuly for the
return of the party. When it did come up
it was only to disappoint the crowd fur a
time, ns it brought uo bo'lies. The ex
plorers reported that mueli gas was still
in the mini.-. IJiit though the party did
not bring up any of the victims it had
found where a number of them lay. Cap
tain Hichards reported tu Superintendent
Parneil and showed Iiim win re the bodies
wen- found. They wer ! twenty-three in
nil, aud were 1. seated within L4' fot't of
the surface, being stretched along from
the fourth Uvcl to the iiftet-nth. One was
found nt the fourth level, three near tin-t-Mth,
two at the tVA-ll'fh. thlrKx-n at the
fourteenth, and four at the lifti-cnth.
t;iiii Kdw.-.'rils and a party of six im. then
went ifowu to bring up the bodies. Ow
ing to tin- condition ol the skaft the men
could not stand it long, only making
three trips, when f-f-sh crews with Cap
tains White aoid Wnr-mington in charge
wer.' sent down.
llw the Viifurtunutcs Were l'oiind.
IW 1 o'clock the whole of the bodies were
brought to the surffiee. The hist one. a
Polaek, was found in the shaft below the
tenth level, all the rest having been found
in the laddcrway, clinging to ladders.
James Williams was found only JftXt fe.-t
from the scrface. Cnptam Treuboth was
fo-md 5:i the ladderwny at tho fourteenth
level in a position a rf l.t was iai the uut
of t vking hold of the bell rope to signal to
the surface. After dinner more searching
parfies were sent down and suuceedisl in
lin.ding two more bodies, one at the eigh
teenth and one at tSie seveatcnth. The
latter was Anton Zezwiek, found l.ting
close to an old piitv of lagging. This
made twent j-five bodies recovered. Tlw-m
an- still live missing, a follows: WiiHaui
Hryant, William leUnald, Ho-.s Jones
Fn-d C. Peanlon and Joseph Slptt:u As
soon as the bodw s were brought to the
surfaiv they were tifkeu to tlie carpcutcr
shop, v.here all the undertakers of tle
cou;ity were present ami n ady to take
csire of them.
eath Came in I'ninVss I'orin.
After wn-h IkhIv was washed nnd em
balmed it loobs-d ijuite iintural nnd was
taken home. The bodii-s showed uo sign
of having suffered any Ix fore death. N
doubt the death, of most of them whs pain
less. Only one twdy was niarki-d up, tii.it
of a Poh.ndjr who feH down the shaft.
The skip must have run over him. Tlw
coroner's jury has, bvu enipanelled and
will lnvetigate the de:ith f he unfor
tunates. It was a sorry sight to look
upon twenty-live Imdies laid side by side
lu tho carpenter's shop. The funerals
will mostly occur tomorrow. Captain
Trcnbali and Richard Curtis will be
burled this afternoon. Many of the mi
rrtunats urn meiulM-rs of the Temple of
Honor. Sona of t. George, Fre?fters and
Millers' club, nnd these societies will turn
out and have charge of the funerals.
ANOTHItK IiI-.VTKH AT LOI'ISYIIXU.
Nobody Kilted, bnt a I-arce Number ol
lVople cvercly In-Jureil.
Lot'tsVlI:I.K, - Sit. i:v While lOOAt
pi-oph- were wati hing the fireworks along
the river front at In o'clock last night a
portion of th- grand stand m which wi-re
seatiil at lenst lo.uoii people gave way and
, many were injnr.-l. Xo fatalities hare
been H port-d. These injunsl so far as
kuown an-: John Ferris.rf l!rnok1:ne. Mo.,
foot crusln-d. i-.mputafion liccesstiry; Mr
Ilarshfieid, Iioiiisriile. foot cms:hed and
legbrok.-n; Mrs. .1. W. Yr.-claii(l. lyiuis-x-illi',
ankle crushed; Miss Muttie Morane,
.l.-ffersonville. Ind.. f-s.f criL-hed: Miss
Fedora St'irtl. Iiuisville. fot't crUshitl
and ankle spm'.m-d; K, .1 Iiurkes, -t-riiii,
Springfield. Mass., fmit crushcil,
f M-s amptitated; Miss Kva Wifli.--,
Miming ntu t)., f.iot crushed;
Miss Fnxla Senn, Lonisvilh', ankle
Urokl'r'-; Mrs. Julia Adkfs, Louisville,
right fi.rt spniim-.l; Mrs. W. C. XsKmess,
Louisvill". bjHiy injuretl leg and foot
crushr-d; Ms. Maggie Fcrrts, LoitisTiHo,
krft foot nnd ankle crushed; a jtvir-old
syu of Dr. Peter (isinthcrman, Ixnvir.e,
font crush.il; Ml IV-nnetr. Evansvilk-,
Ind.. fo t Ixifdy crtwhi'd; Colonel Jn,sper
Ihnliard. editor faf the Xew Albany Trib
une, oldest editor in Indiana, foot triinhed
and ankle badly spaincd; W. II. Gn-gn.
Hloffton. tnd., luick sprained, risht leg
broken; l-orge Y Long, Bluffton, Ind..
fsit crnshed; Minnie Hayes, Louis
vi'fe, Ivlt U1 crushed; Kider
Su-in. Ijouirille, riglrt knra cruh-d;
F. 1). Ovrrron, Louisville, auklo
crushml: IVury Harts Louisville, leg
broken; Kate nines. Louisville, righ leg
bniken; William Walters. Louisville, leg
broken; Mrs. McMrTlan. Chicago, internal
ly injured and lxrth legs lmdiy liruised;
It. li. fMovcr, Louisville, foot crusln-d and
head bruised; Mark Waldon, sjouth Louis
VilLi. leg cytinhed.
Majiy other were injured, similarly to
to tliose liotcd, a4 the total number
will rcacU scrency-uvc wno will need a
doctor's care, besides those who were mere
That no on w;vs killed ti one of the
marvels. Had the s.-ats been elevated to
any great distance frm the pavement
many dearhs must liave resulted. As it
was the platform on which the bsats were
placed swerved ta the renr nnd then !TD
t:d to the ground with a crash. A9 it
careened the planks ol which the seats
were made wrre for.-cd to:r tber and the
fiet aud"lef;s of humlfi-ds ofthe spectators
Wore caught as U fa -a luijje trap.
Ou the por.lon of tlje pnind stand wliieh
foil then- ww ,-t me of horrifying con
fusion. M. Vm'laml, assist;-.nt editor of
Tho Cmu-ior-Journals was present when
the accident ieci:rr-d. ''It was awful." he
said. "I saw men and women fcrilifig
everywhovo. Whetlier 1'u-y wen- fi:W)Tir?g
from fright or iwun I could not say. Tlyn
a panic lollowi-d. Those who escaped
Ing caught mi the trap made a nrtid rush
for tlie entrance, tr.imp'.i:: over riii.e
who had fallen, while ;!nse 1io had liecn
caught Fcreanu-d for r.id. Me.intifue the
vast multit'.Kn- on r.ll ?id-s vmtinueil to
cheer and applaud the grjj,,! iir,.worts
that continued to explode ami lipht np the
Non-Union Miner MoIiTh-iJ.
rsnrCMINtl, Mlt'h., Sept. IS. A mob of
about ofij strikers surround-il a non-union
miner from the L:(ko Ag -!in? mine. wh
drew a revolwr to jiroti-ct himself. Jl.it-
sh.-J Carlson went to the rescue, mid lnith
mi! were lKirsiii-d so closelv that the mar
shal liri-d two sho'ts into the air. This In
timidated the mob and the nv-a n-turn-.il
to hidpiarti-rs. The pumps in s.-etion 21
of the Jjik-; Snprrior niino have bii
stoppetl, and the V mthrop mine, which
is lieing operated ly Mr. Krnastad at union
rates, it rapidly being llood-d.
Martin Sei-iiw t. Have a Wnltoorer.
Toi'EKA, Kas., S-jit. l.t The Populist
state ivntral committee met here and de
cided lint to call convention to nominate
a camiiifcito fur chief justice. Xcither did
the cotniuitte-e IndoTsu ..'m'.ge David Mar
tin, uf Ate!Tisoti. us a iiik'i-'parti.san candi
date, as It we.s tliought it might do. Mie-
tini wifl 1 noiciRatoil ivy- petition and
wril uniloibte-.liy be the opiv man in the
nice. He is a staiuu h ib-put-li an.
Seii-eH (if t!ie lUlse Xill l'.H-rt9.
C'JIICAiiO. Si-pt. Follmviug are the
m'unls of League l:s 1;.1I clubs: At
WiwhiiifSon PJiilade'iiwa 7, Washing
ton 5: at Xew Yirk 1 '.. i.- t' i:i J. Xew York
T; at Ii.-dtiinon' fVioeklyn .", I'.nta imori'
is; nt LouisvnieChlcag i 2. Louisville 2
hirkness: nt l'i?:s!inrg Cineianati S,
littsbiir-7:j darkm 's; at St. l.ouis--lviiin.
Senator Thurston Seriously 111.
IlAtt.F.v, Iila., Si-pt. Senator Tlvuns
ton, of Xcbraska, i ill of ilxili ra luorbiu
at the Hot- Springs hotel here. i'he worst
is feared. -
Weakness Is the symptom, impov
erished blood the cause. Hood's Sar
saparilla the cure. ' It makes tho
A cream of tartar baking powder. Iliphert of
ail in leavening etrenmh. Latt at Cni'ed S'at '
(Jttfrnnunt Foot Report.
Kotai. Pkikh fownen Co.. I'M Wall St.. X.T.
Austin Bicbsrell tells in graphic
style of his million pound forgery
on the Bank of England, his
adveatures ae a fugitive in Sjwin
and Cuba, his capture, trial and
twenty years' confinement in
English prisons. This is one
of the most thrilling narratives
from real life ever written. We
shall print it in serial form and
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fast colors, and won't wash out or fade. We all know how mor
tifying it is to have a suit of clothes which has a different color
where the sun has struck it from the parts that are necessarily in
the shade. You can avoid this trouble by purchasing from us.
We satisfy ourselves that the colors and shade's are unfadable, and
we keep a very large selection of them in the best materials that
are now imported from England and France.
Our Fall Line Has Arrived
And would be pleased to have you call and look them over.
Start in at once and
brighten your homes.
How much comfort
a rocker will add.
Better can you put
your money into than
A little Furniture, we
have the largest line
and the newest kind
to select from.
& Carpet Co.,
32. S2C, 328 Prady St
Color and Shade in Clothing.
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
See our New
And Latest Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that Is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
T jB Z
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer
Star Block, opposite Harper House