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THE AH6H7S. TUESDAY. SEPTEMJ5JETI 17 1901.
Fall Carpet Stock
ALL THE LATEST
The most complete line in this section
of the country.
Also the most complete lines of Furniture
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Arenac,
for the greatest values
ever offered in children's
suits for school wear.
Fine all Wool Suits Worth
Dp to $6.50 for
None worth less than
$4. We never disap
point. vov know ira.
PLAN FOR MEMORIAL
Citizens and School Children to
March on Day of Pre si
EXEE0TSE3 15 THE COUET TAED
H. A. J. McDonald Appointed
Acting on the call of Major Kaox,
large cumber of citizens assembled
in the circuit c:urt room at 9 -SO this
jrnlng to exchange views on the lie;;.
form the demonstration cf next
Thursday should take. The major
calle 1 the meeting to crJer and on mo
tion E. E. Parm.nter was ch.sen
chairman and John Rinck secretory.
Mayor Knox than 6tated the objects
of the gathering p.s outlined in his
published proclamation. The chair
man thereupon called upon those
present to give thoir vi6ws in regard
to the general character of the demon
stration and a nu;abcr of gentlemen.
Including Sopt. H. B Havden, J. T.
Ken worthy, R. B. Olmsted, Col C. L
Walker. I)-. Joseph DSHvn, State's
Attorney FI A. VVtl.1, E. 1). Sweeney.
John Oalweiler and others,- were
heard on the question. T.e senti
ment appeared L'rin-rsti in favor of an
out-dooi mn-tinir at the court houxe
quare preceded by a parade to be
held in the afttrnoon. Ihe following
resolution was adopicd:
Resolved, I hat it Is the seme of
this meeting that the cit'sns of Rijck
bland assemble in mass meeting at
he court houso Minnie in eaid cltv
to pay proper reflect to the memory
of the ltte president. William Mu-
Kinley, and to the principles cf the
form of government be stood for. and
that a committee of live bo appointed
o prepare and promulgate u pro
Tbe uentrtl Committee.
The committee appointed by the
hir ia composed of Mayor Knox,
Ex-Mayor T. J. Medill. JohD Ool-
weilcr, II. A J. McDonald and Supt.
Hayden. After adopting a reso'ution
askiDg the board cf education to per
mit the closing ol toe cUy school, so
that the children conll take part in
the exercises, the meeting adjourned.
Tne committee named at once as
sembled in the same room and in less
than half en hour had arranged the
i:er.eral details to be followed and Lt-
rioiiited all necessary sub committees
to tske up the detail- at orec. It was
tirst derided that there should be a
general parade in which the school
children fb'-.uld take a prominent
pait, Mipt. llajtun giving assurance
(bat the cooperation 01 inu tcnooi au
thorities and teachers could lo count
td upon. It was also decided to lorm a
parade on iwettitth street above
inira avenue as neatly at J p. ui as
possible. An invitation was ordered
drafted by the secretary assirtr all
military and civic organizations.
children of the public and parochial
schools, college students and c ti.ens
eanr- ly to report to the marshal.
as inuicateu. i be Jino ol march was
'eft to the marshal, although there
waa a general desire expressed ia
fitvor of making it as shoit as poisi
b'o, including f'ec.nd avenue, with i
counter march on Thirl near the
court house. II A. J McDonald was
irpointed marsh-l with the authority
to name' his aides and attend to all
details not in the province of cpecial
lomrailtees, who were named as fol
pec la I Committers.
General Program Judo W. H
Gest, IVof. E L Pnilbrook. Supt. II
Speakers Judge Gast, E D Swe9
noy, J T. Ken wort by.
Music Prof. Philbrook, J. A. John
son. Dr. A. II. McCaodless.
Si-tud and D.oration? Sheriff L
F. Cralle, C Ii. Marshall, C. J. Lar
Finance Herbert D. lilakemore,
Robert C. Willerton. H. P Simpson
Supt. Hyden had already under
way preparations for the observance
of Thursday afternoon at the d; Karen
schools of the city, recognizing that
the occasion would be one of import
ance for the impression of the lesson
of fidelity and patriotism UDon the
minds of the young. It bad been
planned to have exercises in each of the
school rooms followed by general pro
grams in the corridors of each build
ing. Tnia will be c tanged in accord
ance with the expressed desire of the
tuorniog'a meeting and the resolution
pasaol in committee, and it may be
that the programs as planned will take
place in the morning at the schools to
enable as early an assembly as possi
ble in the afternoon. Of course those
who live in the east and west parts of
the city can scarcely take part in the
parade, but as many children as pos
sible will be brought out in charge of
The stand for the speakers will
probably be erected on the west side
of the court house, so as many
pecple maj be gathered in sight of it
as porsible. It whs suggested that
for the musical part cf tb program a
chorus composed of the choirs of the
different churches of the city should
bo aked to participate The fitness
of opening the meeting with the song.
Nearer. My Gad. to Thee," and
closing it w'iih America" by the
audience, was also expressed
General ConmlltM'i Imitation
The general committee issued tho
following this afternoon:
A general invitation is hereby ex
tended to all icllltarj, patriotic and
civ!c socUtlc", fchool ch
c tizens in etierl to Par
the parade to be held faur-
noon next, in memory of our ltc
president. William McKInley. The
parade will be in charge of Capt. II.
A. J. McDonald, and all 'organized
bodies are requested to notify him as
soon as possible of their intention to
participate in the parade, so that they
mar be assigned positions. It is also
the request of the committee that al
citizsns decorate their homes and
places of business with decorations
suitable for the occasion. It is also
desired that business of every nature
be suspended from the hours or 12 m
until 5 p. m."
Marshal McDonald this afternoon
named as his aides L F. Cralle, C. F.
Gaetjer. Samuel It Kenworthy, Maj
W. T. Channon, Charles Bicuugn. u.
F. Lynde, H. S. Cable and A. D. Hues-
JOSEPH Gl DEAD
Mayor Knox last evening issued
the following supplementary procla
In accordance with the proolama
on of President Roosevelt, and Gov.
Yntes, of Illinois, and in compliance
with the desire of all patriotic citizens
to participate in memorial srrvices
which shall give expression to trscir
love and esteem for onr lamented
president. William McKinley, their
appreciation of his services as a pa
triot and statesman, and form a fit
ting tribute to his memory, I
req'ies-t the people of Rock I
laud to unite in union memor
ial service or the morning of
Thursday, Sept. 19, aod to hold a
jreneral memorial service in court
nouse square in the afternoon rf that
day. An iuvitation is extended to all
civic organizations, business moo
and school children 1 1 form in pro
cession and march to court house
rquare. where the exercises will bo
id I '(ainess men are requested to
dose their stores from no n until 5 p.
m. and saloons are hereby ordered
closed durior the name hours. "
Frank 111 has gone to Buffalo.
T. 11. Reidy left List night for Den
F. R. Harrington viitei to-lay in
C. S. McDaniel went to Indianapo-
is last njirht
i Uaci from a
Former Rock Islander Dies
HAD GOKE THESE FOB HEALTH
Remains to be Brought Here for
Prof. O. J. Penrose
trip to Chicago.
from a visit to Danville.
Mi-s Rdssie C. Cieaveland ij spend
iug a few days in Cnxcsgo.
S. A. Swanson has irone for a visit
at Buffalo and Uatavia, .N Y
Mr. and Mrs. R II Foote. of Alcdo,
were at the Harper last night.
Frederick Weyerhauser arrived in
the oiry this morning from St. Paul.
Mrs. Myer Loeb left at noon for a
visit with her parents in Cincinnati.
C. D. Traphagea, of the Nebraska
State Journal, was in the city today.
Mrs. Thomas Van 11. eke has gone
for a visit at Kuwanee, Annawan and
A. Zwickcr departed this morning
for Buffalo to spend his vacation at
The Misses l.i'a and Florence Leo
are spending a vacation on a trip to
miisui bavercool. or jietroit, 14
spending the day in the c.ty on h:a
vay to Denver.
II. E. Errett, of Nevada, Mo., &
Woodmen leader in his state, was in
the city todoy.
Henrj Lcmbcrg leaves tomorrow
for Peoria, where he will learn the
Mr. and Mrs. J. S Upson and son
Ciarence have goae to Cincinnati for
a 10 daya' visit.
J P. H?rr, local manager of the
Postal Telegraph company, has re
turned from Cbicago.
Miss Jessie Hirrington sta'ted this
meruingfor Valp&raio. lad., to enter
the normal school there.
Gertrude E. Don has returned to
Chicago to continue her studies at
tne Columbia School of Oratory.
Capt. Charles Wright, who resides
tiear Seattle, Wash., is visiting bi
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
John McNamara, of Fulton, wis
visiting bis brother, Jane es McNa
mara, at the Woodmen head office
Mrs. J. I. Stanmrd has gona to
Galesburg for a few days' visit with
her mother, who has recently moved
to that city.
Miss Jennie Lucas left for her homo
in Shabbona, III , after a visit with
her mother, Mrs. Catherine Fit 7.. of
South Rock Island.
Mrs. C. F. Rohwedcr and Mrs.
Edwin Williams, of Mendota, returnod
home today. after visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. John Uhlweilcr.
Mrs. J- H. Muller and daughter.
Miss Nanale Miller, who have been
visiting relatives in Milan, returned
home to LaFayette, Ind., today.
S J. Ferguson, county superintend
ent of schools, is in Aledo today olli
dating as one of the judges of the
educational exhibit at the Mercer
Capt. J. M. Beardsley and John
Crubaugh have returned from their
northeru tishlog trip. A. C Dart,
who was a member of their patty,
will return later.
C B. Knox, who was delegate from
John Buford post, has returned from
Cleveland, where he attended the
national Grand Army encampment,
and to which ho was accompanied by
W. B. Bruncr.
John A. Oavia today receive! a
telegram from Denver bearing the
sad tidings of the death cf his brother,
Joseph Gavin, a lormcr well known
Rock Island railroad man. J ne re
nins will be brought here f jr inter
ment, the funeral occurring probably
Thursday from tho residence of John
A Gavin, 1122 Six'h avenue.
Ddccated was 31 years of age and is
suivived by his vili, to whom he was
married in this city two years ago.
They had one child, tho death of
whom was announced a few weeks
Mr. Gavin, while employed es
switchman at Chillicotlie, 111 . met
with an accident that resulted in the
loss of his left leg A breaking down
of his former rugged constitution fol
lowed. Finally consumption devel
oped and last February he went to
Colorado in hopes of bettering bis
condition. While he did receive tome
b'-'netit, it was only temporary.
funeral or Mr. i;ua.
The fateral of Mrs. George Ru3S
was ntld 1 10 in ino home in boutn
Rock Island at 10 o'clock this morn
ing wita fervices oy itev. tj a. aien-
uuke. Ine banal took place at (Jnip-
MRS. DUNLAP'S GOTH
Mrs. E.i.lcth Dunlap, of South
Rock Islaud, was the cntrc of a large
family reunion vesterday, tho occasion
being her 80tn birthday anniversary.
A firmly of 56 children, grandchil-
drtn and jrreat-irrandchildren is not
often found, but of such a host is Mrs
Dunlan's family composed, there
being e.iht ciildren, cb grandchil Jrcn
and 10 great-grandchildren.
Early Monday morning the car
riages began to arrive xud by noon
the Dunl tp homestead had taken upon
itself the appearance or a lair grouna
Children in eouotlfgs numbers were
romping b'ut their peternal home
and ne'er did their active limb grow
wetry till the sun had reappeared
behind the western horizon.
T.vo mmptnous lepasts were
ttrvtd. Tho birthday cake was
large cake cf delicious ll ivor.
In remeiubranco vl tne occasion
and as a token of devotion, a hand-
soiuo rocking chair was presautei to
All day and overling merriment whs
at its height. Auul Ang byre.
My 0';d Kntucky Home,"' "Home.
Sweet Home." etc. , were sunt; with
D. R. I. & N. W. WINS IN
MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL.
Judge Adams in the county court
todav overruled the motion argued
before him some time Rgo for a new
trial :a the condemnation case of the
D. R I & N. W. Railway company
against E. H. Guyer. An appeal was
prayed by the defease. In the origi
ual case the damages were lixod by
jury at $ 1,925 for laud in Eist Mohne
tbo company seeks to acquire for track
Aotning was uone in tne circui
court today. Judge Gest convened
cjurt at 2 this afternoon and iuimedi
svtcly adjourned till 9 o'clock Friday
morning. 'J he grand jury adjourned
upon assembling this morning till
after the uicetic" that was held in the
court room Saturday a week'
docket wiil be arranged.
I tack From Philippines.
L Bacchus, wuo was with the Mo
line Nival Reserves during thei
cruise in southern waters in 1898, re
turned last evening from the Asiati
coa?t, where he served for nearly
three years aboard Uncle Sam's man-of-war,
tho U S. S. Petrel, the small
est vessel in tho Dewey lleet. Mr.
Btcchus durirg hs three years on the
sea has raado a trip around the world.
Ho pirticipatcd in the Chinese war
aad also took prt in a few tkirmishes
iu the Philippines. He is making his
home with A. B. Firkins, of Eigh
teenth rtrcct and Sixteenth avenue,
Koof on Thentre Soon.
.Tho placing of the roof on the Illi
nois theatre building will be begun
tbo litter part of iho week, 11. 11
Butto 1, the superintendent of con
struction, raid yesterday. He is
pushing the work hoping to come as
near as possible to making good
Promoter Johxston's promise to have
the house completed the 15th of Octo
ber. I'd leave my happy home and cross
the deep blue sea,
Rather than be without Charley and
my Ro"kv Mountain Tea.
T. H. Thomas' Pharm acy .
Norris Silver, North Stratford. N.
II.: "I purchased a bottle of One
Minute Cough Cure when suffering
with a coucjh'doctors told me was in
curable. Oje bottle relieved me, the
second end third almost cured. To
day I am a well man." B. II. Biebcr
aud Hartz & Ulleinevcr. "
Good (honestly woven) Cloth;
Good (strong fast colored) Linings;
Good (pure dyed, not leaded) silk sewings;
Good (pure linen thoroughly shrunk) Interlinings;
Good (uniform and skilled )Tailoring;
Good (hand-made with silken twist) Buttonholes;
Good firmly, with linen thread sewn shank) Buttons;
Good (properly fashioned, hand cut) Style.
This is the way first grade to measure tailors and Stein-Bloch
Co. make clothes. Suits bearing the
made of fashionable cloths, can be bought of us (their sole
$12, $15, $18, $20, $22 and $25.
You know what you have been pving your tailor for more-or-
less fashionable and satisfactory clothes. Your money back here
when you. want it.
SOBERS $ LAVELLE
1S04 Second Avenue, Rock Island. One Price.
207 West Second Street, Davenport.
TAILOR-MADE HATS are the thing for this fall wear.
We have them in ail new shades, including the Military
Blue and Oxford. These hats are the correct thing and
are made up not only in tne plain cloths with velvet folds
but also in Mohairs They cm be worn with any gown, or
on any occasion. The hats are exceedingly smart in ap
pearance and are made up so light in weight, being male
on wire frames, that every lady will tind comfort and
pleasure in wearing one.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
C"rnr Twentieth street and Fourth Avenue. Rock Island, 111. Telephone 1237
Relative amount of fuel consumed to warm I
a 9 room house
Let us tell you more about it IF INTERESTED
AMcmrAM d a- Channon Perry PCo
trPAi tv,;irr and AMFR1CAN Radiators J Ti
I. F. ROBio PracMa&t I P. Mono, Visa rra3taa H. K. ctl. Cb;r,
8&ntral Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent interest
Paid on Deposits.
F-statcs and property of all kinds are managed by this department
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company,
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of cetatcs.
Receiver and aHsigneo of insolvent estates. General financial agent fox
aon-residents, women, invalids and others.
We Sell Fans, Dyn
amos, Motors, Bells,
and Baiteries, but
don't rent them.
YV. A. Robb & Co.
117 Seventeenth street
We stand between yru vxd.