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TBJZ MONDAY, MAT ii7...1901.
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Ol Si! J. O- U. VCr-- ,
V Same as cut. genuine leather seat, roded arm. golden T f CO
oak finish, this week t-P CIO
Brussels Carpets, a choice line of pattern j, this week Eff
for. rer vard kJkJL
Velvet Carpets, a number of patterns to close, per S5C
Rags, Bugs, Rags of
Corner Sixteenth Street
YOU KNOW US
Worth $13.50 to $15 00 only
If We Don't Give You Better Goods Than
Others Offer for More Money Don't
vof Know us
All Sizes and Prices.
and Second Avenae,
BIG M FOR CHURCH
Corner Stone of Sacred Heart Ed
ifice Laid With Impres
IS PLACED BY KEY. DB. O'BEILLY
Large Audience Attends Central
Again at Home.
Yesterday was devoted by the peo
ple of the Sacred Heart pariah to tbe
ceremonies attendant upon the laving
of the corner stone of their handsome
church in course of erection at the
corner of Fifth avenue and Twenty-
eighth street. At 10:30 a. m. high
mass Wis said, the following ofliciat
REV. J. F. LOCKXKV.
Pastor of Sacred Heart Cnurch.
ihg: Celebrant. Rev. Father Parmody,
of Flandreau. S. Dak ; deacon. Very
Rev. M. J. Marsile, C.S. V., president
of St. Viateurs college. Kankakee;
rub-deacon, lie v. J. II. Nawn, of St.
Marv's church, Chicago; master of
ceremonies. Rv. J. F. Power, of
Spring Valley, 111. ; sermon. Re v. Ed
ward Gleoa. S. J , of St. Ignatius
Rt. Rev. Dr. O'Reilly, auxiliary
bishop of Teoiia, who otliciated at the
ceremony of laying of the corner
stone, arrived from tbe east on toe
sfternoon train and was met At the
depot by a procession composed of
Lora council. Knights of Columbus,
of Davenport, Rock Island and Mo
line, and escorted in a carriage to the
church, where he was received by St.
Joseph's branch No. IS and St- John's
branch No. 8. of t he Western Catholic
union, and t he Columbia club of this
city. .St., Anthony's branch of tbe D.
R. K C. V., the lady court of ferest
ers, and the Hibernian branch, of Dav
enport, drawn up in line.
Placing; th Stone.
At shortly before 4 o'clock the cor
ner stone was laid by Bishop O'Reilly.
An opening was left at the northwest
corner of the building and a copper
box, hermetically sealed, was placed
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ItEV. WILLI AM TORKASCE,
Pastor Central Presbyterian Church.
back in the masonry and closed in
with brick and the corner stone. In
the box were a parchment containing
tne names cf the officiating priests,
the heads of the church, the heads of
the various departments of the gov
ernment. Fathers Lockney and Lau
riat, George P. Stand uhar, the archi
tect; John Konosky, the contractor;
Miss Mary Wheelan, who gave
rthe stone, and Sunday school
children who assisted in collect
ing for the charch fund,
copies of tbe local papers, the Calho
lie Messenger, Boston Pilot, Boston
Globe, Irish World, tbe New World
and a number of current coins. This
done, the walls were sprinkled with
holy water -by the bishop, who was
followed by a processiou composed of
Very Rev. M. J. Marsile,' and Fathers
Power, of Spring Valley; Nawn, of
Chicago; Dermody, of Flandreau. S.
D ; 1 nomas, of Spring Valley; Foley,
of Geneseo; Gleason, of Chicago; Kel
ly, of Moline; Enrlght, of Davenport,
and Lockney, Poettkin and Lauriat, of
Special Musical Program.
During this ceremony there was
music by a picked choir cf 50 voices
with Mrs. T. B Reidy as soloist, and
following it the bishop gave a short
address. The main address of the at
urnoon was made by Rev. Gleason,
on the subiect. "Christ the Chief Cor-
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ner stone." it was a masieniu
mon, extolling the life-giving power
of the Savior and upholdioe the tenets
or the Christian Catholic enun.ii.
The assemblage of people present
in the afternoon more than filled all
the available soace in the church
where the principal ceremonies were
held, many being: unable to gain ac
cess from the outside. The Augus-
tana brass band was on band and
after the extrcises gave a line concert
of sacred and patriotic music.
At 7:30 in the evening Bishop
O'Reilly lectured to a large congrega
tion in the old church and solemn
vespers closed the day's observances
KK 3 EDI CATION OF CENtRiL CIITKCH
Imprciilf Service Yenterriay Morning
Improvement Paltl For.
The first service in the main audi
torlum since the remodeling of the
interior of the edifice was held at tbe
Central Presbyterian church Tester
day morning, the Broadway Presby.
terian nnitlnsr. It was a meeting
whose helpful and gratifying results
will live lone in the memory of those
in attendance, the expense or ine im
provement. 2 000. having been
wiped out by voluntary noscno
tions 20 minutes after the financial
statement had beeu real by J M
Buford. John Volk. who was o n-
tractor on the work, gave a receipted
bill for his services, anl otners cme
forward with generous donations.
Tbe church wan crowded to over
sowing, chairs be!nx p'aced in the
lles. Rev. William Torrance, the
pa tor. was assisted in the rvi;.e by
Revs W S. Manilla and W I! M-
Kee. Miss Katharine Get presiitd
at the organ and a special program
of music was given ty the choir.
John II.rd. Cirl Tavlor. Jessie
Bogue and Edith J iavl-- There was
also a violin solo by MUs Florence
The rededicatlon ceremony wn
said responsively, the congregation
standing, the pas'orand congregation
uniting in the closing: This house,
which we have been permitted to re.
model and adorn through tbe
gracious favor of Divine Providence
we do now solemnly rededicate to the
worship and service of Almighty God.
the father, the son and the holy ghost
Amen." Just before the benedicuoa
Mr. Taylor gave a beautiful rendition
of "The -Holy City." Tbe improve
ment on the church add immeasur
ably to its comforts, new seats and
parlors having been provided, and
the whole interior neatly and attract
THK NKW CUAUJVTUR BISHOP.
Spoken of In Highest Teruaa by IIe.
6weer. of Trinity Church.
Rev. R. F. Sweet, at yesteidav
morning's service at Tiinity church.
spoke of the election by the Quincy
convention cf Rev. Frederick Vii:iaui
Taylor, of Springfield, as coadjutor
bishop oi the diocese. - lie was a man
whom he had known personally. for
many years, and was one of the most
prominent workers in the Episcopal
denomination as a pulpit orator, lec
turer and writer.
Or. Taylor was born in Toledo,
Ohio, Jan. 11, 185:. was graduated
from Western Reserve at Hudson
Ohio, in 1S73, and from the General
Theological seminary in New York in
lfiib. lie was ordained deacon b
Bishop Bcdfli at G ace church in
Cleveland. July o, ix6, snd served
as a missionary until O 'tcber of that
year, alter wnich he went abroad Tor
seven months' travel and study. Hi
ordination as a pridt-t took place in
the Church of the Transfiguration in
New York City, Sept 30, 1877 Bishop
Horatio Potter elliciatiog. One year
be served with Rt. Rev. Joseph ii
Johnson, now bishop of Lis Angeles.
who was then at Highland, U sier
connty, New xork.
When George F. Seymour was n-
se crated bishop of bpringiield. Rev
Tavlor came west with him and be'
cinie rector of Holy Trinity church in
Danville, in. ince aeptembur I53i
he has been rector of Sr. Paul's pro
cftlnedral in bpncgtialJ. 111.
His CDnsecrttlicfii as - bisbr-p coadju
tor will tike place within the next
two months. Bishop Bareas. who
is in charge of the Cj'iincy diocese, is
82 years of age and has gone home to
&t. Aloans. vt- His yearn will be few
The entire duties of the diocese will
fall upon Rev. Tavlor and upon the
death of Bishop Burgess he will be
WITH PICNIC AT TOWER.
A picnio marked the close of a suc
cessful year at the Setrs school last
Friday. The happy little prty of 80
children, with teachers and parents,
partook of a picnio supper in tbe
pavilion at the Watch Tower. The
genial Mr. New burg, assisted by his
daughter, served tbe teachers to a
"coffee" later in the day. Those
neither absent nor tardy for the year
are: Charles Lafranz, May Barges,
Ll.zie Schave, Leon Newbanks, Chris
tian Hansen, Frank Smith, Horace
If people only knewwhat we know
about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would
be used in nearly every household, as
there are few people who do not suf
fer from a feeling of fullness after eat
I ner. belehinf. flatnlenra. uour stom
ach or water brash, caused by indi
gestion or dyspepsia. A preparation,
anch as Kodol Dvsrwnct2 f!nr. which
with no aid from the stomach will di
gest yo2r food, certainly can t help
but do you good. B. II. Bieber and
Hartz & Ullemeyer
Bridges rivers, tnnnels mountains
budds citie. gathers up the scattered
rays of one's ability. That's what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents.
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
STRIKE IS AT B EID
Contractors' Association Accedes
to Demands of the
LATTER MAKE CONCESSIONS ALSO
Settlement is Brought About
Through Efforts of Busi
ness Men's Committee.
The differences between the union
carpenters and the Contracting Car
penters' association of this city,
which resulted in the former going
out on a strike two weeks ago today,
were adjusted this morning and work
will be generally resumed tomorrow
Concessions were made on both
sides the union gaining the mini
mum wage of 28 J cents per hour with
tot) present 8 hour-day, for which
they have contended, and the con
tractors gaining the right to employ
such carpenters as they can find at
such wages as may be agreed upon
when Carpenters' union 106, of this
city, is unable to supply the local de
mand for mtn.
UatlDMi Men's EIT irt Succeed..
Tbe agreement was brou ht about
through the mediation of a commit
tee of rir.Iens made up cf L Simon
.tnd V. C. Miiicer, appointed by the
executive committee of the Rock It-
Und Club; F. O Young and John
Djlly. named by tr.r Retail Merchants'
asiciition, and Mayor Knox, -ap
pointed by the other members of the
committee. Conferences were held
with the carpenters' union Friday
evening of last week and with the
contractors Saturday evening, trom
the litter a proposition was received
which was submitted to the former at
a meeting at the Indastrial home this
morning, and it was accepted. An
agreement wa9 s'gned by representa
tives of tbe opposing sides in the
presence of the committee and this
afternoon preparations are being:
made at most of the shops to begin
work in the morning.
The machinists rejected the condi
tional (ifiVr of settle. oent of tbe Wil
liams & White company, of Moline.
There is no change in tbe strike situ
ACCUSED OF FORGERY:
WILLIAMS IS ARRESTED.
John Williams, a Dvenport youth,
was arrested last night by tbe police
of that city on a warrant for forgery
sworn out by Mary and Josephine
Kennedy, or this city, tie was
brought to this side and a hearing set
before Magistrate Johnson at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. Williams was in
trusted with a check for f 20 on tbe
Rock Island National bank payable to
I tie complaining witnesses, and it is
alleged he forged an indorsement and
bad it cashed at Summers & La Yelle's
COL. WALKER AND OTHERS
ATTEND TANNER FUNERAL.
Col. C. L. Wnlker, of this city and
Circuit Cbrk Georgo W (iimble
(J. n William Clende in. Repre-enta-
tive G W Jobnsca and E. K. Morgan
of Mol'ne, attended the tuneral of Ex
Gov. Tanner at Springfield yesterday,
IS TO GIVE CITY GO-BY.
The presidential party left San
Fiancisco Saturday moruing bound
for home at Washington and no atop
not necessary will be male. Mrs.
McKinley's illness has been nnfortu
nate for Rock Inland, in that it has
broken oil all arrangements for the
visit be'e Now he will take another
i oid homeward, and instead of goinir
from Ooi&h to Chicago over the
Rock Island road, bo wilt take tho
North wt stern, which cro-ecs the river
at Clinton. The train i ix pec ted to
arrive at Clinton Tuesday forenoon
The marriage of Thomas Franklin
Payne and Miss Bessie Head, for
merly of this city, was solemnized
last Thursday afternoon at the Metho
dist church of Fairbury, 111., Rev. M.
A. Head, pastor of the church and
father of the bride, officiating, as
sisted by Rev. K S. Wilson. The
wedding march by Lohengrin was
played by Miss MlHred Jglehart, of
Rock Island, a life-long friend and
schoolmate oi the bride. Miss Laura
Trickman, of Washington, was maid
of honor: Miss 1 hoe be Johnson, of
Galva, and Miss Viola Payne, brides
maids; Misecs mrnice Keitz and
Esther Combes, flower girls; Oliver
Payne, best man, and Mark Koplin
and R. B. Head ushers. Mr. Payne is
a prominent young basiness man of
r air bury.
Clearing; Depot Site.
The clearing of the site for the
Rock Island's new depot in this city
is progressing apace. Sam Daxon is
at wo. k ba the old Terry lodging
house, moving it away in segments.
Thirty days is the specified limit of
time in which all the buildings must
ba taken away.
Our little erlrl was unconsciois
from sti angulation daring a sudden I
and terrible attack of croup. I quickly
Mpnreii a not Lie or uoe minute confn
Care, giving her three doses. The
croup was mastered and onr little
darling speedily recovered." so writes
A. L. Spafford. Chester. Mich. B. II
Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Where There's a WW
There is Always a Way"
If you never tried to find a ready-to-wear
suit that would plea'e 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
Sttln.Bloch Company, Those Famous Wholesale
Tailors it 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 cn'ond see.
Suits $15 to $25.
S0MMER8 & LAVELLE.
1S04 Second Avenue, Rock
207 West Second
A CRITICAL MAN
DORN, THE TAILOR.
tSi2 Second Avenue.
New Trimmed Hats
For Summer Wear
We are showing an exceptionally fine collection of new
designs appropriate for wear with summer costumes at very 1
moderate prices. They are all beautifully trimmed and show
the newest combinations in summer colorings and materials.
There will ba an especially nice assortment of hats suitable for
v young misses,-among them leghorns turned up in eery con
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Corner Twentieth street and Fonrth Avenue Rock Island. 111. Telephone 1237
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
ftervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
sieetrto 38 ftb&ute. (01
hQ revrcnnof Nttoui
Mid X-Kny wort
NERVOUS DEBDLITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insai -tty.
Weak Memory, Uental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaoatlo a
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Live
ana a Kin uwunt oan D qwciuy ana permanently cured By our aavanosa system 01 dbobi
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
month with others wnen guarantee you a permanent eure la seven days by onr palnlsi
matboda. Hydrocele eurad in three day no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ns. W
nave cured many casea giren up u hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgical
operations performed at your home It desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specially.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your ease In the hands of those who have had little or no practical exper
ience In tbe treatment of c tiro ma diseases.
OS. WALSH'S large private practice
eme 1 01 si. Anvnonys norpusa togetner witn tne ract tnat ne nas curea oonorwi wuo
were pronounced Incurable by others during tue ne years he hss been located In Daven
port, proves oonoluslvely that be is the physician you s'aould consult II you want togs!
Best ot referenoe and credentials
Curable Cases Taken. yon cannot cau write.
Hundreds cured by mail.
Hears, SMlf . 5 ulllt p, bs. Sasdsy 11:8 to l:SO pw
, Office 134 West Third Street M'Cnllongh Building Davenport. Ia.
Estate of Charles P. Ryder, Jr , deeeasetf.
The undersijrr.ed hartng ceea appointed ad
ministrator of the estats or Charles P Ktder.
Jr . late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he wul appear before the eounty court of Rock
Island county, at the eounty eourt room. In
the city 01 Kock island, at tne July term, on
the first Monday In Julv next, at which time
ail persons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend, for the
purpose of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
undersigned. . -
Dated this stn day of May. a. IX 190T.
Juan C U. Raid. Ada.tabtraWr.
I 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 redound to
our credit. We take equal
pains with all and will, tuit
you, not counting the trou
ble of successive "try ons"
DB. J. K. WALSH,
Formerly of Ctaleacc,
SurgeOD-in-ChJei of St.
and extensive experience as Burgeon-in-
Estate of Guy n. HitchcocW, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Guy II. Hitchcock ,
late of the eounty of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the county eourt of Kock
Island couaty, at the eounty eourt room, la
the city ot Rock Island, at Urn June term,
on the first Monday In June next, at whlca
time all persons having claims against said
estate are no tilled and requested to attend,
tor tne purpose of having tne same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said entate are re
guested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated, this 19th day of April, A. D. 1901.
U. U. HITCHCOCK., Adminlstrai