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THB ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, i899.
McCASKULN A McCASKEIN.
Attorneys at Lw,
Rock Wand and Kllso. Koek Island offlee
ever KreU Main's store. Milan DfiM on
a. a COIIIUT. D. oollt
Attorneys at Lw.
Money loaned Offloe over Thomas' Orac
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
teen tta street.
JACKSON 4 HUBST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Bock Island National Bank Build
r. M. U I.CDOI.PH. KOBT. R B1THOUS.
LUDOLTH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General lejai bustness. No
tary public 1706 Second avenue, Buford
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Benoton Block.
C. J. SEARLK.
a B. MARSHALL,
Stag's Attorney. : : : .
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a Keneral legal business.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; make eollee
l?ns. Reference. Mitchell A Lynde, bankers,
omce, Mitchell A Lynde building.
joiin k. scorr.
City attorney of Rock Island. Boom 4,
Mitchell A Lyode building.
F. U. FIRST. M. D.
Physician and Surf eon.
Phone 4 on IW. Office, S20 Twentieth
street. Office bo jrs: 10 to 13 a. m.; X to 4 and
7 to 8 p.m. Sunday. 6M to 8:80 a. m.; 1:20 to
4 p. m.
DK. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to dlseawee of women and
Children, alho discuses of eye. ear, nosu and
throat. OQlce hour 0:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p.
m. til SLxteenth street. Kock Island.
t. B. lUItHIRT, M. D . . .
. MUS. B ADA U. BDBIIiST, M. D.
DRS. BURKUART & BURKHABT,
Office Tremann block. Office hours 8 to 12
a. m., I to and 7 to p. m. 'I'hone No. 409S.
Rock Island, 111. Nltcht calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 9 to 11a.m.,
f to 4 p m. and 1 to p. m. Night ealis from
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
AU dteeases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed in a sciKiuitlc maimer. Dops treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
IBM Fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. ORlce
and inilrmary. 1AI.V1H17 Fourth avenue
(Maucker's stable), opposite No. 1 nre bouse.
DR. II- EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, privnte aud all uhronlo diseases of
Hours: 10 to li. S o 4. 6 to H. Sundays 10 to 12.
narruton and becood streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. IIOLLINGSWORTH,
Office. Harper Ilouse Pharmacy.-Night calla
Vli. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms IS and IS. Mitchell A Lynde building.
O Hoe boun from S to IS a. m. acd IW t p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Once hours 9 to II am, 1:39 to 4:30 p m.
tie Eighteenth street Opposite Cnioa affier.
DRACK A KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents
Skinner Block. Seeond Boor.
11ENRY GAETJE, iTop.
Out Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
C ty store. 1907 Seeond avenue. Telephone
i Dr. WlUiamV Indian PH
ItiiotmenitL ire Uiind
'Bieedinr an. Itehins
Piles, li sbor the tumors.
ailays the itchiag at oace. acts
as a poultice, civrs lrstact re
lief. lr. Willims'IniltsnPi'.eOint
inert 1 prepared for PI ies snd Itch-
ins; ef the private parts. Every bos is
warranted. Bv drurrff i-ts. bv ms-1 ot. e-
elnt of pnw. to cenua ind ft.eo. Will ' J
aitSUFACTURIsC CJ . Prop.. Clevelaad, Ot!S
old by M F. Bants as druggists
Started Hew Hair
Hon. Jchn H. Gardner, member Wyom
ing State Legislature '.,rm Beulah. Crook
Co., in letter anted F'Joruary 20 , 1'yf), to the
say: According to afirreement made
in Salt lake City, if your preparations
proed a benefit to m v bald head, I was to
send vou a testimonial There is a fine
frrowth of new hair started. Am not
troubled any moreuiih dandruff and that
annoying itching of the scalp. I had tried
eerthiiiK I could hearoi before I saw you,
but received no benefit. Vou can use this
if you wish. Please send me half-dozen
We have thousands of testimonials
enuatly as strong. Ail hair and scalp
troubles readily succumb to these meritori
Sold by dealers everywhere.
F. H. THOMAS,
Corner Second Avenue acd Seventeenth St
Ncclec of Publication In Chancery,
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County,
In the circuit court, September term, 199.
Anna H,ella ( ianahl vs Frank Oanahl.
Aflidat'itof the non-residence of the said
Prank 'janab'.tue atovedefendant. having been
tiled ,n the circuit court of said county, notice
1 '.herefore hereby riven to the tiaid non
.eHiden defendant that the complainaot hied
her bill of complaint in said court, on the
chancery slfle '.hereof, o 1 the 1Mb. day of
Auirut. A. I j. 1".M. aod hat tbeieupon a sum
moss L-vsuetl out of said -;u't. wherein said
su lLs now peouiox. reiuriiahle on the third
Monday in the month of September nei. asis
by law required. Now. unlessyou. theHaldnon
reMdeutdiff'dunt above named Franktianahl.
shall pronall.v be and appear before said cir
cuit court, ou the first day of the next term
thereof. ilo be hoklen at K-jirk Island in and for
the said county, on the Third Moudav in Sep
tember next, and plead, answer or demur
to the Kaifl complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and the matters anil Ibinifs therein
charged and staled will he taken asconfe-sed,
and a decree entered at;ainjt you according to
the prayer of said b U.
UbGE W. GAr.K, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Aujr Is. A. 1.
John T. StaffoHU, Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I
County or Kock Island (""
In the circuit court, to September term, A. D.
ItftfU. In chancery.
Herbert V. (Jaics vs. MargaretCates. General
Atlldavit of the non-residence of Margaret
Gales, the defendant above named. navlnK been
riled in the clerk's oillce of said circuit court of
Kock Island county- notice is hereby ffiven to
the said non-resident defendant that the com
plainant has tiled bis bill of complaint in said
coutt. on the chancery- side thereof, on the
l":h dav of August. WM. wherein said 9ult Is
now pending, and that a summons Issued out of
said court against said defendant returnable
on the isth day of September. A. 1. IM, as Is
by law required. Now, therefore, unless you.
the slid Marga et Gates, shall personally be
and appear before the said circuit court, of
Kock is and county, on the first clay of the
next term therof. to be holilen at the court
hou-e. in the i'.y of Kock Island, in said county,
on the l"lk day of September. A. U 1KM. and
plead, answer or demur to s -id complainant's
till of complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged an1 stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
axainst you according to the prayer of said
Gbokgc W. Gamolk, Clerk.
Lcuot.ru & Rp.tm .i.iik.
August ;th, A. iJ. IhV.
Fstate of A'icust Huesir e, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
executrix of the last will and testa
ment of Autrust Huesinjr- late of the
county of Kock Island, sttte of Illinois,
deceased, hereby Kivcs notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock
1 .land county at the county court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the November
term, on the ttrst Monday in November next,
at which time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this -1st day of August, A. D. 18 IB.
Maria IH e-ini;. Executrix.
Estate of K.'Ien F-llis. deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
executor of the l:ist will and tenement of Mien
lilll''. late of the county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
trial he will appear before the county court of
fcock Island county, at the county court room.
In the city of liock Island, at the November
term, on the first Monday In November next
at which time ail persons having claims
against said estate are notified and requested
to attend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
1'ateU this 5tn day of September. A. D. 1W9.
T. II. Ki.i.is. Executor.
fi. I. & P. By.
Sept. 7th, 14th,
20th and 28th.
Tickets Cool Thirty Davs
for Return. ,
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gca'l rass. Ajrent,
Rock Islan.I. IV.
fflcif s Nerverine Pills
. . - ,
diseases of tin.
buuuji and At izt Lbi-Nii. pans of either
sex. such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost M-nhood, Impotojcy, Nightly Ernis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to ConsuzRptioa and Insanity. $IiX
per box by mail: 6 boxes for SSX0.
KOTTS ChEMICAL CC, Prop t. Ctevelasi, Ohio.
For sale by M F Bahnscn. drugdrt, corse
rouxta avenue and Twenueth street.
MORE FBOM BOYLE.
Chamoion of the Standard Oil
Company Testifies Still
C0K3UMEE ?0W pXE3;THE PEICE,
to Be Declares, the Gambling Feature
Bavins Been Eliminated from the Deal
ing;. Attacks a Concern in Which the
President of tbe Commission Bas an In
terest and Calls It Various Kinds ol
Wlcked-Clarke's Story Kefnted.
Washington. S(j.t. 8. P. C' Boyle
contlnuotl his testimony concerning the
cil industry before the industrial coru
mission yesterday. lie dealt largely
with th" subjeet of ppiM-ulation in oil,
covering it from the inception of the
Industry. lie estimated that fully
JdOU.UiHi.OOO had been lost by the pub
lic in oil fiH'culation from 1S70 to 1S1H).
This period of speculation was only
discontinued then bemuse of the joint
efforts of the Standard Oil company
mid the Producers" Protective associa
tion. This combination, he said, had
resulted in the elimination of the
punblins feature of the sale of oil ou
the exciiHtijres. "As a consequence,'
he said, "we have now an oil market
in which the consumer lixos the price
and with which the sj.eculutor has
liothin;? to do."
Boyle Becomes Personal, So to Speak
Boyle also frate a history of various
nrjriinizatious connected with the oil
industry, including the Pure Oil com
pany, in which President Phillips, of
l lie commission, is interested. Boyle
insisted uioa calling this company a
trust, and when questioned by Phillips
as to his reason for so doing said it
was because the first president of the
company. David Kirke. had himself so
designated it. lie referred to the com
pany also as "an octopus." saying that
it had made an attempt to absorb all
the a Hits I interests in the Producers
assix-hition, and that it had achieved
considerable success. In this con
nection he read the original
prospectus of the company, signed
by Phillips among others, as a
tiustee. In this prospectus the oil com
pany was referred to as a trust. Phil
lips look occasion to explain that the
company was only a trust for votiup
purposes. Boylecliaracterized thf Pure
Oil company as a dog in the manger,
and said that it had been of no utility
to the people of the state.
Labor in the Oil Hnlnes.
Beferring to the condition of lalor In
the oil producing business. Boyle said
it was excellent; that drillers could
make an average of Jfl.fNHI a year for
".'Ml days' work. He believed that the
Standard Oil company looked with fa
vor uj,Kn the organization of labor, but
such organizations were not common
In the oil rrgion.
KKPLIKS TO SOME Ol'ESTIOXS.
VFitnes Who Ssys Fx-A gent Clarke'
Story Was False l'rlce-Cutt Ing.
In reply to questions Boyle said that
the Standard company had paid money
to secure the publicat ion of articles in
the press in reply to misrepresenta
tions, but so far as he was concerned
he treated all with equal fairness in
his paper. Heplying to Smyth Boylo
said lie considered that the Standard
company had In-en the source of great
benefit to the American people because
of its organizing capacity. He did not
consider the company in ihe nature of
a trust, the trust having been dissolved.
It wns a case of the survival of the fit
test. Any other organization with the
same nerve, courage and ability might
have done just what the Standard had
done by beginning when it did and as
Boyle was followed by B. A. Mat
thews, manager of the Standard com
pany at Columbus, O. He came before
the commission to refute statements
made before the commission some
mouths ago by one AY. II. Clarke, who
had liet-ii agent for the company at
Newark. O. Among these statements
were allegations that the Standard
had sold oils from tlie same tank at
different prices, and had mixed coal oil
find tuiiHntiut. These and oilier
chargeM made by Clarke were pro-uoiux-fd
false. He stated that Clarke
had bs;-n discharged from the employ
of the company under a cloud. Mat
thews said it was the practice of the
Standard 10 cut prices to meet compe
tition, but only after other sellers had
initiated the reduction.
Clarke's testimony was printed ic
these dispatches when given.
That Alaskan Line Fence.
Washington. Sept. 8. While gratify
ing progress lias ls-en madetoward the
arrangement of a modus vivendi tem
poririly dcliniug the lnnnnlary line be
tween Alaska and British Columbia,
anil the otlicials concerned in the nego
tiations are hopeful that success will
utt.-iid their efforts, it can be stated
that at this moment the negotiations
are still running, and therefore it can
rot be said that an arrangement has
Union French society.
Menominee. Mich.. Sept. 8. The
eighth convention of the I'nion French
society closed Wednesday eveniugwith
a reception and banquet, after a two
days' session. The constitution and by
laws were so amended as to allow a
woman's auxiliary to be formed here
Brazil's Fourth of July.
Bio de Janeiro. Sept. 8. Brazil yes
terday celebrated the 77th anuiversary
of the proclamation of its indepen
dence. President CaujiMis Salles re
ceived the diploiiiaticconis at '2 o'clock
in the afternoon and afterwards re
ceived the thief officers of the army
Jlminri Itearbes Santiago.
Cape Haytien. Sept. 8. Jim Inez, the
Under of the successful revolution, has
Iteeu received in triumph at Santiago.
Public filing seems to be unanimous
ly in his favor as candidate for the
Fever Increase, at Key Wet.
Key West. Kla.. Sept. 8. Seventy
seven cascn of yellow fever have leen
reported up to Wednesday night, with
a total of seven deaths to date. Thir
leva cases were rvx'ortetl Wednesday
8CHTXRMA3T GOES HOME.
Be Is Optltnlntie Regarding tbe Philip
pines Beverldgrr In Coi-ferrnce.
Washington. Sept. S. President
Schurruan, of the rhilirp commis
sion, called at the state department
yesterday to say good-bye before leav
ing for Ithaca. X. Y. His optimistic
views have convinced some of tae
leadiug officials, at least, that the end
of the war in the Philippines is In
Eight. One of the arguments which he
used to support this belief was a chart
of the Philippine group. On this the
various races populating the islands
were graphic-ally set out in colors. The
significant feature is the small show
ing made by. the Tagals.
Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, who
tins recently returned from the Philip
pines, called at the AYhite House yes
terday and had a conference with
President McKinley. The conference
lasted nearly two hours, and is under
stood to have been with reference to
theconditions in the Philippines. I-ater
the senator went out driving with the
president and another conference was
arranged to take place at the White
Ilouse this afternoon.
Wisconsin Men Named.
Washington. Sept. 8. The following
appointments In the volunteer army
are announced for Wisconsin: To be
captains Thomas J. Bogers. late cap
tain Firs-t Wisconsin; Walter A. Har
den, late captain Second Wisconsin: I.
A. Steams, late major First Wiscon
sin. First lieutenants Fred P. Cook,
late first lieutenant First Wisconsin;
Eben W. Howland. late captain Fourth
Wisconsin: B. B. Blanc-bard, late sec
ond lieutenant Fourth Wisconsin: Ar
thur S. Tib'oetts. late second lieutenant
Second Wisconsin. Second lieutenant
John B. Shuman. late quartermaster
sergeant, company M, Third Wiscon
sin. Germany and the Dreyfus Trial.
Berlin. Sept. 8. The Cologne Ga
zette says: "OeTmauy will neither
permit Colonel Schwartzkoppeu to go
to Bennes. nor will she allow hiui to be
subjected to any examination. Count
von Buelow's declarations respecting
the innocence of Dreyfus were made
aftercareful examination and consulta
tion with the emperor. These declara
tions did not meet in France with the
recognition they deserved.
Germany cannot again expose herself
to the possibility that her otllcial dec
larations would remain disregarded or
be treated as false."
Independent Window Glas Man. -
Columbus. O.. Sept. S. The Indepen
dent Window Glass Manufacturers last
night framed a permanent organiza
tion with C. P. Cole, of Iancaster. O..
president: C. B. Wood, of Clevlaud,
secretary-treasurer. A committee was
appointed to confer with a similar com
mittee from the American Wiudow
Glass company to arrange for the
signing of a scale with the glass work
ers anil the reopening of the window
glass factories iu October or November.
Two Mn Killed by Lightning.
Hoxio. Kas., Sept. 8. A cloudburst
In the western part of this county cov
ered the prairie with water twelve
indies deep. During the storm two
men named Chnppell and Davis, who
were traveling in a wagon, were struck
by lightning and killed.
Clilcajp Grain and Prodaea.
Chicago, Sept. "i.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade toaay:
High. Low. Close.
Decembsr ... .71!!4
.70 $ .7014 t .70
.71 .71U '1
.75 .74 .74
.32 .31 -31Ta
.29'a .28"6 .29
.30 .29 .29
.211 .20"i .21
.20 ,.20i .204
.228 .21 .22Vi
8.20 8.20 8.20
8.30 8.22 8.22 4
9.70 9.621,4 9.62
5.37i.i 5.32T2 5.324
r, 40 5.35 5.35
5.55 5.50 5.50
5.32! 5.3214 5.32
5.40 5.35 5.35
5.07 5.02 5.02
20c per lb
Butter Extra creameries,
extra dairies. 16': fresh
racking stock. 1
c. Kggs Frfsh s'ock.
Live Poultry Ttir-
14t-4 per dozen
Uov 8ffllc per rb: chickens. smc;
ffrlngs. 10c: ducks. 7?7c: Reese. $3.50
fi?6 00 per doz. Potatoes Fair to choice,
22(ff37 per bu. New Apples $1.00(32.75
Chicago Live Slock.
Chicago. Sept. 7.
TT0gEstimated receipts for the day.
19 000. Sales ranged at $3.40(34.50 for
pigs $4.30fj4.70 for light. $4.10(24.25 for
rouch pack'ng. $4 304.65 for mixed and
$.30S4 65 for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 7.500. Quotations raneed at Sfi.20
&R85 choice to extra steers. $5.65'56.20
good to choice do.. Jl.POti 5.60 for fair to
pnod. $4.45fj4.5 common to medium do..
$4 "004.50 butcher's Fteerv. $4. 1566.35
fed western Fteers. $3.254 SO feeding
steers. $2.25fT4.20 cows. 3.005 10 heif
er $2R0'34 50 hull und oxen. $3.75
4 65 stais, $3.40!f?4 75 Texas steers and
$4.".Ct7.25 veal calves.
Sheeii Estimated receipts -for the
day 15.000. S.iles rareed at $3.40!I4 20
westerns. $2.75'g4-60 natives and $3.E0
Milwaukee Grai n.
Milwaukee. Sept. 7.
Wheat Steady; No. 1 northern. 70i.i
372c: No. 2 northern, 69c. Oats Quiet;
2223Vic Rye-Higher: No. 1. 5c.
Barity Firm; No. 2. 4JS42c; eaitples.
Sprint? liimb T 50a3.50.
Huv Timoihy, I7S9; wild, 17 S0&&.
Butter Choice to fair, 15c; fresh creamery,
Chicken Te per pound.
IXieks - 7c per pound.
Coal Soft. lie.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn-fed wem.
53--'-ic; cows and be.fers, tHcQmc; calves,
liotfs IS. ?&!-.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tbs Kind You Hare Always Bought
CLOSE OF THE. MELT.
Veterans of 61 End Their Annual
Gathering with Action
ASK THAT THE BULES BE CHANGED.
And If They Are Not Will Go to Congreaa
with a Demand for More Legislation
Col. Shaw, of New York, Elected Commander-in-Chief
and Indiana Given
Vice Commander Closln; Scenes Sons
of Veterans at Detroit.
Philadelphia. Sept. S. The thirty
third national encampment of the
Grand Army of the Kepublie came to
an end last night. Colonel Alliort D.
Shaw, of Watertown, X. Y., was unan
imously elected to the highest office of
the organization after Judge Leo llas
sieur. of St. Louis, had declined to be a
candidate. Early in the campaign there
were three candidates, 'Y. C. Johnson,
of Cincinnati, who was acting com
ma nder-in-ehiof, was tirst mentioned,
and the names of Colonel Shaw and
Judge Uassienr later became promi
nent. Johnson's boom was ended w'.th
his election to the office for the unex
pired term of the late Commander Sex
ton, lasting two days.
Disposition of the I'enftion Question.
Aside from the selection of a commander-in-chief,
the pension question
received the major portion of attention,
llesolutions were adopted that rule
iI2.". as now in practice, was u hardship
in that it required proof of idutityuiid
injuries which many old soldiers could
not furnish, and asking that the presi
dent re-establish rule 1(14. which
is not ho stringent in its re
quirements. Tbe resolutions also
deplored the practice in the pen
sion bureau which bars widows who
have an income of )?'.; a year and asks
that the limitation be increased to if'-Td)
a year. A committee of live was ap
IKiinted to seek relief from the admin
istrative officers and. failing there, to
ask congress to amend the law in fa
vor of the veterans.
Declined to Itetnrn Flags.
A motion was made to return to the
pouth tlags captured during the war.
This wn killed, as was also a motion
to admit sons of veterans-as members
of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Shortly before adjournment Adjutant
General Thomas j. Stewart, of Penn
sylvania, was reappointed. The other
officers elected were: Senior vice com
mander. Irving Kobbins, of Indianap
olis; junior vice, M. Minton. of Louis
ville; surgeon general. 'William II.
I hiker, of Lynn. Mass.: chaplain. Jacob
L. Guinn, of Maryland.
Features of the Fourth Day.
The features of the fourth day were
the illumination of the North Atlantic
squadron and the camp-lire of the l"n
loii ex-Prisoners of War. both of which
occurred last night. The lighting up of
the fleet drew large crowds to both the
Pennsylvania and New Jersey shores
of tlie Ielaware river. The ships were
literally covered with electric lights,
and presented a magnificent picture.
Besides the ex-prisoners' cami-tire at
the Academy of Music ihere were
numerous reunions, the illumination of
the "Avenue of l-'aine" and a li reworks
display at Camp James A. Sexton.
The Ladles of the li. A. It. elected
Mrs. Julia 1!. Slade, of Philadelphia,
president. All the auxiliary organiza
tions completed their business. The
naval veterans elected George L.
Seay, of Chicago, president.
SONS OF VETEKAXS IN SKSSION.
One Important Question the Order 'Will
Consider This Time.
Detroit, Sept. 8. Whether there is
really any friction between the Sons
of Veterans and the G. A. K., and
whether the two' societies shall in the
future camp together are the serious
questions lieing considered by the
eighteenth annual encampment of the
Sous of Veterans, which liegan here
yesterday afternoon. Opinion among
the delegates on the matter of camp
ing togvther with the veterans of the
G. A. K. is divided. There is iu the
hands of the resolutions committee a
resolution lixing the Hhio encampment
nt Chicago, simultaneously with the
G. A. It., anil ordering that the Sous
camp with the veterans hereafter.
Syracuse, New York and Milwaukee
arc- working for the next encampment,
v it li Milwaukooapparently in the lead.
Three candidates for tin? office of coin-n.ander-iifc-chief
to succeed F. L. Shop
ard. of Chicago, have developed. A.
W. Jones, of Youngstown. .. is the
leading candidate, with Newton J. Me
Guire. of Indianatiolis. and Kev. W. J.
Patfon, of Marinette?, Wis., also work
ing for tlie office.
The military feature of the order
seems to be cm the wane. There is a
tlesireamong the delegates to eliminate
the drills and military sections, and
make of the order a patriotic society
of a purely civil character, aside from
the officers retaining their present mil
itary titles. AtKnt iri delegates are
attending the encampment.
The Ladies' Aid Society is meeting
at the Hotel Cadillac with forty dele
Milwaukee Episcopal Diocese.
Milwaukee. Sept. S. The annual
council meeting of the Milwaukee
Episcopal diocese has l-eeii called to
take place Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sept. J'j and 3. at All Saints' cathedral.
The meeting promises to b: an impor
tant one as some action is to be taken
with reference to the division of the
diocese which it is prottosed to bring
In-fore the nexet meeting of the gener
al convention of the Episcopal church.
Eosses by a Wisconsin Storm.
Chippewa Kails, Wis.. Sept. K Fur
ther reports from the surrounding
country are coming in regarding the
losses caused by the n-c-eut storm. It
proved to be more severe? than was at
first known. As far as can le ascer
tained the loss to farm buildings ag
gregates $rvjA ).
Weael 1 us Would lie a. Mayor.
Grand Rapids. Mich.. Sept. S.-It is
said that ex-Hailroad Commissioner
Sybraut Wesselius is to 1h- a candidate
for the Republicau nomination for
mayor next spring, and it is even inti-niate-d
that he has already done tomt
work iu that direction.
Jewel Stoves and Ra-it-es fjf
e.-vrt- -w- -1 f.. v V 1 . 1.11:1, .
of heat gives ciTective scr- vx
vice, jewels bring to the
kitchen cleanliness, com- .
fort, economy. Iixar.urt
are the oniv effective !
ed v for stove vx- :e . I ".very VaA.J
feet covubu.-tic:; .every unit
their construction and see VlC
why. 3,000,000 in use. g,
Jewel Stovr are
Affen.Afvers & Conmm?
BAUERSFELD & SEXTON
B.ook Island. 111.
incorporated Voder the
M0BTEY LOAHLDOlf PEE30BAL GO
i M. Buford, president.
John Crubauira, Vice President.
P. Greenawalv, Cashier.
Bee an business July 2, 18W. and occupy tbe
S. H corner ot Mitchell A Lynde
Up -to -Date Wall Papers.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before, Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER
FINE TAILORING ...
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Novelties
In suits the prices range from $ 18, f 20, 22, 25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $ 5, f 5 50, f 6, (6.60 and
upward. Come in and see our line line.
JOUH U. PARI DON. BEKET A. FAKIDOM
PAIDON 6c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Hangers, Calclmlners, Etc.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dining Car Service.
of Northwestern University, m""
Chlesco, Ffsuton, III. the Dean,
Prof. I. C. L'CXKIJJ, Uosle Hall. vanatoo.
leaks. Greater leaks eo
through the ordinary stove
than through co:il buckets.
Il.ilf burnt coal .-uiu burnt
that gives half service costs
thaa the bucket loses.
" X. : :
y There are leaks
LARGEST STOVE PLANT U THEWORLD
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work is the best
that is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
1814 Third Ave. Telephone 1293.
roar Per Cent Paid oa
LATEBAL CK REAL ESTATE 8ECTJEITI
H. S. Cable, Win. WUmerttdi
Jobn Crubaugh, Poll Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, SUnoD,
E. W. Hunt, i M. Uulorfl
Boltsliora J scksoB A Bum.
310-314 Twentieth Street.
One Scuttle of Good
will give you more genuine satis
faction than there is in a dozen
scuttles of inferior grade co:tl.
Id other words, you get more for
your money by purchasing high
grade coal like Frazer's than you
will by getting stuff that will give
you plenty of clinkers and ryhcK.
but no heat. Everyone shotihl
try our hanl or soft coal if the-y
are not already using it.
E. G. Frazer.