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Tim AHQTJP, THURSDAY. FCDBUAHY 18, 1C37.
IT IS AFAIKT HOPE,
That to Which Fulton Obstruc
tionists Now Cling.
THUX EIAD CAMP WILL LELEIT.
VaaaRlorlaaa Ide That tna
WU1 Mot la Ttaw of taa Emm! la.
nslaa laalat Cpaa R amoral to Back
To what a itraw faint hope - clings
it demonstrated in the assurance
with which the Fultonttes are now
contenting themselves, which is,
that in riew of Tuesday morning's
Invasion by Rock Island, the head
camp will, at its forthcoming session
at Dubuque, abandon its purpose to
more from Fulton. The ridiculous
ness of such a presumption is such
that it is needless to enter into ex
tensive arguments in contradiction.
In the first place Bock Island is the
favorite city with the great body of
Woodmen. It has earned their
friendship and confidence by stand,
log by them, and endeavoring to ful
fill its pledges ti the order. In
the second place Bock Island by that
Invasion made a most desper
ate effort to assist the directors in
carrying out the orders of the head
camp to move the head offices to this
city." Aside from the bonds of friend
ship, which exist between the order
ana this city, the proposition that
the representatives of the order
should do otherwise than continue
to fight to the bitter end the narrow
spirit at Fulton that has defied the
will of the order, and involved it in
expensive litigation, is preposterous.
Kept AgaJaat Its Will.
For years now the people of Ful
ton have kept the order's offices
in that city despite its purpose and
desire to move them to this city, and
by pursuing this arbitrary course a
few men have succeeded in defying
the will of what now amounts to
960,000 men, and in denying the
right of one of the greatest fraternal
societies of the times to govern itself
according to its best judgment as to
how its interests shall be guarded.
Bock Island has kept its faith with
. the Woodmen it has been friendly
to the order, where Fulton has been
hostile. It has shown its willing
ness to take great baxards t3 the end
that mutual welfare might be ad
vanced. It has been temporarily re
pulsed in this latter respect, but it
will win oat in the end, and the
Woodmen will, after the tedious vex
ation and troublesome turmoil is
. over and the courts have given us
justice, fiud a home that will be all
the more welcome and enjoyable be
cause of the struggles which they
have gone through to reach it.
Ta W.mth.r W Hay Oar.
Generally fair tonight and Friday;
very little change in temperature. -
The temperature has fallen S to 10
degrees from Montana to Minnesota.
10 to 30 degrees in lows, and S to 18
decrees In Mtoouri. The lowest
morning temperature is 6 below
zereat WUllstoo, North Dakota.
Today's temperature 81.
F. J. Waxz, Observer.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros.
Money to loan Beidy Bros.
Another slaughter Adams' ad.
Fresh eggs and butter at Long's.
Boll butter 15 cents a pound at
Coke, hard ceal and wood at lie
Kown's. See Adams' ad and profit by it,
Examine goods on bargain counter
nd save money at Long's.
The St. Patrick's society gives its
sfnnual ball Wednesday, March 17.
Postponed until March 2 Graeeo
Roman entertainment at the Y. If.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Weinburger leave
tonight for Usage, Jowa, on an ex
tended visit. '
Mai. W. H. Marshall, in charge of
the Hennepin canal construction, is
at the Harper.
Matthias Detlefs and Mrs. Mary
Doerscher were married bj Magis
Simon Goldberg is hustling tor the
republican nomination for alderman
in the Third ward.
The Mississppl Valley Telephone
company has withdrawn its petition
for a franchise at (Jolacy.
The eolored folks have their eake
walk at Armory hall tonight. Doors
Highest Honors WoriTa Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
timGtnmOmn ef Tartar rVwdar. ft
J Pm Ah ar any rtttar mMftt
ffi - 7 S0;
walk commence! at I
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 8:75 and
falling; the temperature 25.
B. Frank Welch and Mrs. Emma
Giselle, of Davenport, were married
yesterday by 'Squire Hawes.
Beeoher has plenty of choice table
butter at 15 cents a pound, and nice
sweet potatoes only 20 cents a peck.
Tom Goodwin is out singing the
praises of the Cosmopolitan Incan
descent light the latest in gas econ
omy. F. A. Flynn, the well known artis
tic decorator and paper hanger, is
now associated with the firm of Wil
liam Schmiel A Co.
A. J. Taylor, manager for the
Rock Island Lumber and Manufac
turing company, went to Peoria this
morning on business.
Dr. Henry D. Steele, eye, ear, nose
and throat specialist. Glasses prop
erly fitted. Boaenstein block. Fifth
avenue and Fifteenth street, Moline.
William Johnson and Miss Hat-
tie Hayward, of Davenport, were
married by 'Squire Hawes at his
homi on Third avenue, last evening.
A grand masquerade the only
one it Turner hall next Saturday
evening to be given by the Elite
Social club. The hottest time of
The order of the Eastern Star gave
a box sociable and dance at Masonic
temple last evening. Bleuer's or
chestra famished the musio, and it
was an enjoyable affair.
Bert McGlll, son of James McGUl,
of Moline, was arrested last night at
that city and taken to Fort Bussell,
Wyo.. where he is wanted lor de
serting the regular army.
Ed Nance, Henry Ehrhorn, William
Porter, C. W. Negus, T. P. Laflln.
John Kay and Albert Owens compose
a party which is roaming the wilds
of Coal Valley township in quest of
B. S. St. Vraln, 1100 Thirty-eighth
street, the accommodating motor
man of the Elm street line, is pass
ing the Havanas among his friends
in honor of the advent of a bouncing
boy, who arrived this morning.
The ladies of the Central Presby
terian church will give a hard times
social in the lecture room of the
church Friday evening, Feb. 26. All
are cordially invited to wear their
old clothes and come. A email ad
mission will be charged. Nothing
extra for refreshments.
There will be a musicale for the
benefit of the missionary society of
the First Methodist church, Friday
evening, the 19th. Mrs. H. C. Mar
shall has charge of the program.
After the musicale refreshments will
be served. A pleasant time is antici
pated. Price 20 cents.
J. L. Wright has arranged to re
open the sample room at the corner
of Second avenue and Fifteenth street,
formerly and for so many years con
ducted by Jacob Ohlweiler. The
place has been overhauled and re
fitted. II. W. Smythe has been en
gaged as manager and Billy E. Ivins
will be the chief dispenser.
In the handsome room at 2002
Fourth avenue, William Schmiel A
Co. have opened their new wall paper
store. They have a bright new stock
of up-to-date designs in paper, and
will be prepared to do decorating of
the most artistic order. Painting,
sign work, etc , will also be handled,
and in everything they will be first,
class in work and fair is price.
"Braving the World," was the
Holden Comedv company's bill at
11U1UCU WUIOUT UU1UVUJ UIA4
Harper's theatre last night, and
aunuin Hniucu grcaiiT pivaswu
with the performance, incidental to
which a number of entertaining
specialties were introduced. The
pictures produced by the the magni
scope were particularly fine and real
istic. "Tried and True" will be
Prof. P M. Pearson, ot Evanston. is
to give an elecutionary entertainment
at the First M. E. church Saturday
night. It is hardly necessary to do
more than mention the name ot Prof.
Pearson in connection with an enter
tainment ot Jthis nature to insure a
a large and representative audience
so abundantly ample is the assur
ance ot the intellectual feast
that is in store for those who may be
fortunate enough to be present.
J. A. Wells, formerly of Des
oaoines. lowa, ana a campaign speak
er of considerable note who did ef
fective work here last tall, both from
the platform and through the press
for Bryan and bimetallism, is now
representing Bryan's great work.
The First Battle." and is securing
subscribers for the same very rapid
ly, and will enter upon a thorough
canvass 01 tne enure city imme
diately. All adherents to the cause
01 bimetallism ana Kinarea reforms
in which Bryan (the Jefferson of our
day) Is the great leader, will un
doubtedly subscribe without hetita
tfoa. as will many others who are
wondering why confidence has not
returned in accordance with the eon.
tmAt. IS fa an ttlamatlv Snialiarf
work with dean, clear cut type.
is e- j r -
to the average. The work contains
6S0 pages with 48 steal engravings,
as above described.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-1
lets. All oraggists refund las money
u is iaus so euro, xa seats.
It is not eeaerally known that
more adnlu die of Kidnor trouble
than any other disease. When the
nrsi symptoms oi isua aiaaaas appear
no time should he lost la taklaf Folev's
Kidney Curs, which is gaaraatesa or I
money rexanaea. esm by U. F. I
Team, idle tears, 1
ot wnat ukji
wrote the poet
Bat tears al
tears of awl
of jov. ana or
tears of the
wi might wo
maa who has
trp as bravely
. as she Bar
tmder a daily
Weakness and dragging, torturing- pain.
fio wonder women weep. The wonder is
that they are aot often er in tears for all they
have to bear and suffer ; and the saddest
thing about it is how little their sufferings
are understood. Even the doctor, nine
times in ten says : " Oh, a little nervous
ness, that's all " or "neuralgia," or "insom
nia." or "dyspepsia.' If he suspects the
real cause he insists uron examinations and
local treatment, about t ? -Try worst thing
possible to a nervous, overwrought woman.
mere is no neea oi inese repugnant
methods. Any woman may insure health
and strength in a womanly way by the use
of Dr. Pierce's. Favorite Prescription. It
cures the weaknesses and diseases of the
feminine organism absolutely and com
pletely. It was devised for this special
purpose by one of the most eminent and
experienced physicians in this country: an
expert specialist in women's diseases.
For nearly 30 years Dr. Pierce has been
chief consulting physician of the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
Any woman may consult him by letter, free
of charge. Her letter will be answered not
by a mere nurse or uneducated, unscientific
person, but by the most competent medical
auiauxiiy Muywacrc oduiuujic.
All women should read Dr. Pierce's thousand-page
illustrated book, "The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser." It con
tains more clear and comprehensive advice
on medical subjects than any other book
ever published. A paper-bound copy sent
free for twenty-one one-cent stamps to pay
the cost of mailing only. Or cloth-bound
tot thirty-one stamps.
Of taking chances on get
ting poor goods when you
can get them nice and fresh
every day in the year. There
is one way to avoid getting
adulterated or stale groceries
and that is to trade at our
store. Oar goods are selected
with care and our stock will
always be found fresh.
Roup Bunches, Head Lettuce,
Paisley, Zgf Plant.
Naval Oranges, Malaga and
Dressed Turkeys. Chickens
I and Ducks.
I J a
Can secure some of the
greatest bargains ever
offered. We have placed
on sale about 100 pairs
of small-sized shoes
2, 3, 8 and 4 which
sold from 3 to S4, and
make n price to close
them out at
They are cheaper than
i ii n a
See Him Eat
GREAT SCOTT, HOW HE
Since you cook his food on
THE NEW RIYEBSIDE.
BAKGE. Riverside Stoves
and Banges are great ape
tisera. Bee them.
mum bzoosd Avxsrux.
Fills the soul of the epicure and
the connoisseur In choice Bread '
Stuffs, Pastry and Cake, when his
meal has been sweetened by a
Iibetal supply of
Pure, delicious bread, rolls, tarts,
fine layer -and fancy cakes. Ho
table can afford to be without the
pure and rich bake stuffs made by
Krell A Math. We want to
Don't trust to your mother, sister
or aunt making it they may think
they can make it all tight, but nine
chances to one it will be a failure.
Let us make it we never have a
failure, we guarantee it to be baked
just right and the best materials to
used. Our prices are lower than
you could bake it for yourself.
Try as once.
KRELL & MATH
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE.
171C-171S Second Ave
of our two-layer cakes,
LEFT AT TOE CLOSING OUT OF THE DAI3DEEXGEC STOCK.
We are determined to close the balance in a few days, and with this end In view we are selling the re
maining stock at less than one-fourth its actual value.
Men's Overcoats at $1.50 that Bamberger sold at $6. Men's Overcoatsat $2-50, $2.90, to $3.90, that Bam
berger sold from $8 to $15.
Make h ste and carry off these Overcoats, as thb b the last call.
In the final ending of thb marvelous sale the most remarkable in the history of the clothing business of
Rock Island, we beg to state that we have done our utmost to serve the crowds that attended, and we hope we
have satisfied and pleased all; however, should there have beea a sissle purchase that has not been thoroughly
satisfactory In every particular, we earnestly request that ths same be returned before Monday, Feb. 15, to the
Bamberger store, and your money will be cheerfully refunded.
Floral Designs and Cut Flowers
All work guaranteed. Prompt attention given
They Must Go.
All we have left of
the Mea's Fox-calf,
Enamels and Calf
Don't mis. this as
is only for
Are AlT7ays Up-To-Dite.
- TO UJ laTL
Cleaned and Repaired by
PLAIN TALK ON A VITAL QUESTION
The question of beer. Good bear Is s toaio.
It helps the system, Good beer is a blessing to mankind. The
beer we brew is rood beer. Aak for "Rock Islaad." Oar Bohe
mian In bottles lor family ass Is the best la the market.
and Boys' Overcoats and Boys9
Suits 7ith Vests
to ill Miil Orders.
319 - 321 Tc;r.ti:lh ctrc:t.
ON A l
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
We make yon comfortable. .
We pat ap hot water heaters la
the very beat manner, and we
charge Us lowest poeeible prices.
Ws believe la being as obliging
as possible, because yoa have
Meads aad ths best way our
bsslaeas can grow Is to have
yoa toll them how well we do