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THE AEGrUS, rHIDAT; MAY L4. 1901.A
You may be sure that they are
happy and when the matrons of
every household that gets its goods
from SHIELDS' CASH GRO
CERY sing the praises of the
fair price grocery selling, you may
be certain as welt
There is Reason for it
The touch of fair prices has set the
heart throb of pleased customers in
action and the entire household
system has been given a tonic that
makes a healthy saving all along
the line. If you aren't satisfied
where you trade try
Shields' Cash Grocery
Phone 1217. 2532 Fifth Avenue
YOU KNO W US
I Worth $13.50 to $15.00 only j
J $9.94. I
J If Ve Don't Give You Better Goods Than
K Others Offer for More Honey Don't (
h Purchase of Us.
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Local Lodge of Royal Arch Will
Likely Affiliate With the
Knights of Fidelity.
MEMBERS HAD METJTUIQ LAST NIQKT
Action Deferred Until Next
WeekStory of the
Island City lodge No. 32, of the
Royal Arch, held a meeting at Turner
hall last evening to consider what
course should be taken in regard to
the chism that has occurred in the
Action was deferred till the regular
meeting next Tuesday evening, when
the local lodge will probably decide to
aOlliate with the new organization.
The danger of a division and the
formine of two lodges is thought to
have been obviated.
The Order of the Royal Arch is a
secret organization of retail liquor
dealers. It has been rent asunder by
internal dissensions and, it is said.
practical! v has ceased to exist. From
out of the ruins has arisen a new
order, known as the Knights of
Fidelity, which will have its national
headquarters in Chicago.
The break came last week at the
national convention ot the order in
Cincinnati, when James Hay, Illinois
grand valiant commander, led a bolt
by a large number of delegates and
perfected the new organization. The
secession was the result ot alleged
dissatisfaction with the work of C. S
Rogers, supreme organizer.
Who Hew Offle.r. Arti
The next national convention of the
Knights of Fidelity will be held in In
dianapolis, in 1903. The present offi
Supreme Valiant Commander
James Hay. Chicago.
Supreme Past Valiant Commander
Joseph Miller. Cincinnati.
Supreme Lieutenant Commander
Benjamin t. bchrader, Louisville.
SupremeTreasurer Joseph Schaub,
Supreme Recorder John E. El
Supreme Orator John T. Alex
Supreme Captain of Guards J. D.
Supreme Tyler John W. Condon,
Supreme Master of Ceremonies G
I, Devere, Detroit.
Supreme Organizer Dan Dalton,
Trustees James Hav. Joseph Mil
ler. J. B. Poister. F. i. Hohlig. Charles
A. Warfield, F. J. Vollmer, Charles
For the present headquarters will
be in Medinah temple, Chicago. It is
said the new order has 25,000 mem
OEATH OF MRS. BOWLBY.
Pimm Away nt the Bone of Ber Bon This
Mrs. Lucretia Bowlbv, widow of
the late Emanuel Bowlbv, died at the
home of her son, D. Roy Bowl by,
18271 Second avenue, at 3:40 this
afternoon of the infirmities of ad
vanced age. She had been failing
for several days, her life having been
dispaired of since yesterday. This
afternoon she gradually grew weaker,
the final summons coming at the
funeral services over the remains
of Carl J. F. Stolt were held at 2 p. m.
yesterday from the home, 926 Eighth
avenue and at 2:30 from' the German
Lutheran church. Rev. C A. Mennicke
officiating. Interment was made at
the Lutheran burying ground.
FIRST GOLF MATCH FOR
WOMEN'S HANDICAP CUP
The first preliminary golf match
for the women's handicap cup, held
vesterdav at the Rock Island arsenal
iinks, had 18 entries, or five more
than entered the last year's first
Mrs. R. C. Flcke, with a gross score
of 71, became the temporary wearer
of the best score medal, and with a
net score of 53 the custodian for two
weeks of the handicap cnp. Score:
Gross. Hdep. Net
Mm. K. C. Flcke 71
Miss Anna K. Decker 73
Mr D. T. Robinson 83
Mlaa Ray Chamber 84
Mrs. J. P. Dooanue 80
Mlaa Blunt 75
Mrs. Frank MUter 70
Mr J. K- Kimball m
Mrs. W S. Pierce 79
Mlaa Abbott 77
Mlaa Alice L. Kuhoea 81
Mis Preston M
Mrs. A. Stephens tM
Mrs. Harry Ainaworth VI
Mrs. W. L. AUen . 8
Mrs. T. 1 Ames 128
Mrs- Charles Skinner Withdrew.
FAIR VIRGINIAN TO BE
P. M. WATSON'S BRIDE.
Rock Island friends have received
invitations to the wedding of Phil
emon Mitchell Watson, of Indian
apolis, Jand Miss Genevieve Bassel,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bas
sel. of Clarksburg, West Va. The
wedding is to occur Saturday evening,
June 1, at Christ church, Clarksburg.
Mr. Watson is a frequent visitor to
relatives in this city, where he is
popular among the young people.
Skin affections will readily disap
pear by using Hewitt's Wltcn uazei
balve. Look out for counterfeits. If
you get Da Witt's you will get good re
sults. It is the ejuick and positive
cure lor plies, tf. 11. uieoer ana
H&rtz & UHemejsr.
services as mediators in the carpen
tors' strike, a committee representing
the Bock Island Club and the Retail
I Merchants' association, and composed
of Mayor B. F. Knox. F. G. Young,
W. C. Mancker, I. Simon and John
Dolly, going before a meeting last
night of the carpenters' union to hear
officially the demands of the men in
order to be properly informed when
they meet with the contractors. The
committee volunteered its good offices
in the dispute and is hopeful of bring
ing about an amicable adjustment be
tween the carpenters and the em
ployers. l wo more craits, in wmcu me men
are united in unions, will demand of
the Moline factories a 9-hour day and
10 hours' pay beginning with July 1.
These are the drillers and the frame
fitters, of whom there are several
hundred in the city.
There are now the following trades
which will make the same demand at
the same time: Blacksmiths, molders,
patternmakers, drillers, frame fitters.
They include 1.000 aen and just the
craftsmen who are the sinew of the
local implement factories, and should
all of them go to the extreme of strik
ing to enforce their demands they
would tie up the industries of the city
worse than anv disturbance known in
the history of the city.
The factory men are nor saving
what they will do, but it is not likely
that the demands will be granted at
once. One of the manuiaciurers nas
said that if all concerns throughout
the country would take action at once
there would be less hardship in ac
cepting the new scale.
W. C. Totten is in Chicago on busi
ness. Mrs. Charles Mcllugh is
Rev. D. I. McXary has returned
from Beaver, Pa.
B H. Barber, of Des Moines, was in
the city on business.
Adair Pleasants was in Morrison on
legal business today.
Mj. J. H. Wlllard, of Chicago, was
in the city last night.
Mrs. W. A. Johnson has gone
Galva for a week's visit.
Miss Mary Dennison, of Chicago, is
visiting Kocb island mends.
Rev. L. H. Coffman. of Delavan
111., is visiting with Ira Martin
Leslie McCurdy and Bert Bromley
of Des Moines, are visiting in the city
Mrs. Henry LahlfT and daughter
Annie are visiting in lowa City.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pillsbury,
Monmouth, spent last night in the
Mr. and Mrs. George L. El well hav
been visiting for the past two days in
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. White are to sal
June 1 from New York for a Euro
Mrs. E. W. Hurst left at noon to
day for a 10 days' sojourn at French
Lick Springs, Ind.
Mrs. iiorrey ana Airs. J. Ainsley
have gone to bavanna for a week
visit with friends.
Mrs. Sarah Hollister has gone to
spend the summer at La Crosse and
other northern points
Miss Flo Fisher, of Ganeseo, has
returned home after a vi9it at the
home of Charles Feiblg,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gaskell and
Mrs. Charlotte M. Truesdale, of Min
neapolls, are visiting: Mr. and Mrs. C.
Archie S. Corken left last night for
Ecuador, South America, where he is
to engage in railroad work with the
Kenetick Construction company.
Miss Louise r. fanieiuf, of uiooni
Ine-ton. state secretary of the Young
Women's Christian association, vis
ited at Augustana college "yesterday,
Mai. C. filcu. lownsend has re
turned from St. Paul, having: accom
panied the government steamer Mac
kenzle, which reached the local port
Mrs. Anna S. Taylor, of Elgin, 111
who has been visiting at the home of
William Karaskill, returned home to
day, accompanied by her niece. Miss
Supt. H. B. Harden goes to Milan
this evening to address a class of five
young ladies who graduate from the
high school at that place. The exer
cises will be held at the town hall.
Sheriff L. F. Cralle and F. R. Har
rington accompanied the working
teamof Caabo Temple of the Mvstic
Shrine of Davenport to Oskoloosa lat
night where the work was exempliiiea.
Mr. and Mrs. t. C Coon, C li.
Young and the Misses Herrick, Mock
and Orton composed a launch party
that came down from Clinton yester
day and after visiting some of the
attractions of the trl-cltles returned
home on the evening train.
Presidnt George U. Kingsbury, of
the Retail Merchants' association, and
F. T.Myers returned last night from
Chicago, leaving Secretary George
Schneider, E J. Burns, T. F. La Velle
and G. A. McDonald still there to
complete the mission of the excursion
Albert Miller, who was a member
of Company H, 33d U. S. volunteers,
which was recently discharged after
service in the Philippines, was visit
ing friends in the city yesterday.
He enlisted in 1898, being at that time
only 15 years of age. He is a son of
Frank Miller, of Moline.
Take Rocky Mountain Tea. See it
1 exterminate poison. Feel it revitalize
your blood and nerves and bring back
that nappy, joyous feeling of boy
hood days.. 35 cents. T. H. Thomas'
LOCAL SEASON OPENS
Rock Island and Rockford Play
ing First Schedule Came
at Home Park.
CHARLEY MILLER IN THE BOX
Hopkins Returns to Center Poor
Showing Made at Cedar
The Rock Island ball players ar
rived at 6:30 last evening from Cedar
Rapids, where they were prevented
from finishing the series yesterday
by wet grounds. The management
attributes the outcome of the two
games played to poor individual work
at critical junctures. Wednesday's
game in particular was forfeited, after
being fairly won, through one player's
loose pliy and a questionable ruling
by the umpire.
'Charley Miller was considered in
shape to throw at least part of today's
opening game lor the locals, and
Kockford served notice that her serv
ing would be done by her hardest
proposition, Elliott, who in his last
game at Davenport put 14 men out of
the business. Hopkins went into the
game, giving Rock Island the old out
field , Tate, Poor and Hopkins, and
Jessup was assigned to play back
Before today's game the Rock Isl
and and Rockford teams paraded the
three cities in a street car, accom
panied by Ble iter's band.
RKSl'LTS OF YESTERDAY'S CSAHES.
IXotnr th Winner In lO -Inning: Haul
With Terr Bant.
Played. Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Rockford at Rock Island.
Davenport at Cedar Rapids.
Blocmington at Terre Haute.
Evansville at Decatnr.
The last of the series of three games
between ltoct island and Cedar Rap
ids scheduled at the latter city yes
terday was postponed on account of
In spite of a well fought game by
Evansville, the visitors were again
defeated by Bloomington, 9 to 8. It
was a close fight until the ninth in
ning, when Bloomington scored twice
with no one out by two singles and a
Bloomington. ..0 2 1 :i 0 1 0 0 29
Evansville 0 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 18
Batteries McCafferty and Belt,
Cochran and Roth; hits Blooming
ton 17, Evansville 14: errors Bloom
ington 4, Evansville 1.
At Terre Bante.
Terre Itaute got the run necessary
to tie the game in the ninth by a long
base nit by UKinson, but he niniself
was put out at second trying to
stretch the hit to a 2-bagger. In the
10th, Rollins, Decatur's catcher,
brought in the winning run. Mc
Shonagle. a local player of Brazil, was
put in at short to help out Terre
Hante's crippled team and did the
best playing of the day. Lcore:
Terre Haute 000200001 03
Decatur .. 010000200 14
Batteries Derner and Rollins,
Brown and Starnagle; hits Decatur
11, Terre Haute 7; errors Decatur 1,
Terre Haute 2.
Rockford won the closing game of
the series here by batting Weihrauch
out of the box in the sixth inning.
Fox batted out his second home run
in successive games. The home nine
put up a snappy fielding game, bnt
timely, hitting gave the visitors a lead
that could not be overcome. The
Davenport 2 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 9
Rcekford 0 3 1 3 0 5 0 3 15
Batteries Boyle, Wiehracch and
Evers, Owens and Hanford; hits
Davenport 9, Rockford 18; errors
Davenport 7, Rockford 5.
In the otner LMroet.
Chicago, .May 4. Following are the
scores on the diamond made by
League clubs yesterday: At Phlladel
pliia St. Louis 10, Philadelphia 8; at
ew lork Cincinnati 1, New York 8:
nt Boston-Pitt.burtr 3. Boston 8: at
Brooklyn Chicago 0, Brooklyn 2,
American LcneK: At Cleveland
Washington 13. Cleveland 14: at Mil
wauke? Rain? nt Chieajro Philadel-
puia y. cnicajro li.
Western Association: At Toledo
Indianapolis 10. Toledo 7: at Colum-
nus 1- ort w syne 3. Columbus 3: at
rand Itapids Louisville 12, Grand
Rapids 4; at Marion Dayton 12, Mar
If people only knew what we know
abont Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would
be used In nearly every household, as j
there are few people who do not suf
fer from a feeling of fullness after eat
ing, belching, flatulence, sour stom
ach or water brash, caused by indi
gestion or dyspepsia. A preparation,
such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, vhich
with no aid from the stomach will di
gest your food, certainly can't help
but do you good. D. tl. iiieoer ana
Hartz & Ullemeyer.
The least in quantity and most in
quality describes Do Witt's Little
Early Risers, the famous pills for con-
tipation and liver complaints. U;
H- Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Davenport Furniture and
125-127 West Third Street, Davenport.
YOU CAN DEPEND
That you are getting the best for the price paid, if you
buy at this store. Every department is thoroughly
looked to, and whether it's Furniture, Carpets, Drap
peries or Stoves, we can show you the largest assort
ment, newest styles and the most dependable qualities
and prices found in the city.
Beautiful Line of
PORCH AND LAWN
New ones the best the market
affords. Values unapproachable.
"Where There's a Will
There is Always a Way"
If you never tried to find a ready-to-wear
suit that would please you, don't
think that none of that kind are made. If
you would once make up your mind to
find one, you could do it. Try it once,
and let us help you. We would show you
one of the handsomest products of the
Stcln.Bloch Company, Those Famous Wholesale
Tailors cf Rochester
If you are not thoroughly pleased why,
all right; but we know that you will be
agreeably surprised. Just try a suit or
top coat on ond see.
Suits $15 to $25.
SOMMERS a LA VELLE.
1S04 Second Avenue, Rock
207 West Second
A CRITICAL MAN
DORNt THE TAILOR.
18 1 2 Second Avenue.
Ne w Trimmed
For Summer Wear
We are showing an exceptionally fine collection of new
designs appropriate for wear with summer costumes at very
moderate prices. They are all beautifully trimmed and show
the newest combinations in eummer colorings and materials.
There will be an especially nice assortment of hats suitable for
young misses, among them leghorns turned up in every con
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Corner Twentieth street and Fourth Avenue. Rock Island, I1L Telephone 1237-
We Sell the Best Refrig
It you would have the best
buy the "Superior." It pos
sesses every new feature to
make it the coldest and most
economical one made.
. YOU'RE MONEY AHEAD
WHEN YOU BUY HEBE.
Is exacting as to his attire
Its material, cat, pattern,
fit and finish. We beg to
advise that we cater to the
man critical as to his tailor
ing. Certain of gratifying
his taste for things sartorial,
his praise will redonnd to
oar credit. We take equal
pains with all and will suit
you, not counting the trou
ble of successive "try ons"