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UJB AEOUo. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ,.js7.-. 1901;
319-321 Twentieth Street.
We have on display one ef the lat
ent and finest lines of Lamps ever aoen
in the city, which we witt pat on Bale
at the following low prices:
Fancy decorated round globe parlor
amps, worth $1.23, this week 98c.
Medium sle, fancy decorated, fancy
globe, with fancy brass stand, worth
f 1 63. this week 11.28.
Fancy night lamps, round globe,
Large night lamps, round globe,
and round burner, worth 24c, this
Large parlor lamps, fancy round
globe, Rochester burners, worth
$3.25, this week $2.18.
.An elegant large parlor lamp, dec
rated, ronnd globe, Rochester burn
er, worth $4 98, this week $3 98.
Round, decorated, fancy parlor
.amp globes, eight-inch globes, 69c
Order your Coral designs here.
Lien Who are Looking
For the newest things in gentle
men's haberdashery are earn
estly invited to extend their
search to this store. All that's
new, all that's good, all that's
Correct in style, shape and color
ing, and price for popularity.
1714 Second Avenue.
Eromptly and punctually and the
est of bread at that is our busi
ness. IT'S TUE
to get bread. Just let us know
where to deliver it and how much. If
Grocer Don 't
send your order to us and we will
give it our prompt attention.
we are headquarters for wedding
cakes, fancy ice creams, candles, salt
ed nuts, etc. in fact everything
needed for a nice wedding table can
be gotten from as on short notice.
Your patronage will be highly ap
preciated. Frant J. Math.
Formerly Krell A Math.
Phow t!5 716-1711 Second Art.
MITCHELL III FINALS
Youthful Golf Player Contesting
With J. D. Cady for C ub
MATCH 13 ON THI3 ATTEEEOON
Ownership of Three Other Tro
phies Also to Be Deter
mined. The final match in the tri city
championship golf tournament of 1901
is on today. Close was the cantest
on the arsenal golf links yesterday
and according to predictions and the
general outlook it will be as close to
day. Ardo Mitchell, the yeuthful Rock
Island enthusiast, defeated Alnsworth
yesterday afternoon and today will
decide whether he or J. D. Cady, of
Moline, will walk away with the
championship cup. Cady defeated
McClelland also with five holes.
Those who know and have watched
the situation say that it Is going to
be a strong and close game. 11a th
Cady and Mitchell are banner players.
It will be a case of nerve and the one
who loses forfeits the honor and goes
For the class B cup Barnard and
Richardson will compete today. The
contest b'tween Chambers and Barn
ard was close and watched with in
terest. The players tied on the last
round and then played over, Barnard
with I up and 19 holes.
For the class C cup McCrae will
play against Van Patten today. Mc
Crae's score was .3 up, 1 to play.
Hurst will play against Allan for the
Result of 8aml-riola.
The matches in all resulted as fol
lows: Champion; hip Class Cady defeated
Mitchell, 5 up, ply- A. Mitchell
defeated Alnsworth, 5 up, 3 to play.
Class B Richardson defeated bkio
ner. 4 up, 2 to play Barnard defeat
ed Chambers, 1 up, 19 holes.
Class C Van Patten defeated
Lynde. McCrae defeated Judy, 3 up,
I to play.
Consolation Class Hurst defeated
Marshall, 3 up. 1 to play. Allen de
feated Marks, 7 up. 6 to play.
The players will be matched as fol
lows to day:
Championship Mitchell vs. Cady.
Class B Richardson vs. Barnard.
Class C Van Patten vs. McCrae.
Consolation Hurst vs. Allen.
A thousand things by it are done
far better than most things do one
We refer to Rocky Mountain Tea
made by Madison Medicine company.
35c. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
Stnm-Ac-Oids possess a Jtreat deal
of merit, and cure aggravated cases oC
sour stomach, heartburn, bad taste,
foul breath, headache, irregular bowel
movement, dyspepsia and indigestion,
50c. Coated tablets. Pleasant to take.
T. II. THOMAS. Leading Druggist.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUS
New Styles In
You will find we always have the lat
est ideas ard the finest work. There
is an art value to these pictures
which you will appreciate. Make
appointments in advance.
THE BLAKSLEE STUDIO
1822 Third avenue.
1S10 Second Ave.
W ill be Open
WITH A FULL AND COMPLETE
LINE OF FANCY CONFECTIONERY.
Steel ranges at Wilcher'a.
Bny a home of Reldy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Homes for sale. A. Rush A Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
List your property with Reldy Bros.
Dunlap hats at the toggery . shop.
J. K. Hawthorne, dentist. Star
Dr. H. G. Trent, dentist. 1724 Sec
A. Rush A Co., room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Save your eyes. Consnlt Dr. La
Grange at Bleuer's Saturday.
We have the best soft coal you ever
aw. Try it. Chris. Mueller x Sons.
E. C. Eberhart, reliable piano tuner.
Phone 1471 Black. Residence, 322
All kinds of mattresses renovated
by experts. Called for and returned
by the Rock Island Cotton mills.
If yonr head aohes or your eyes
trouble yon la any manner do not
fall to see Dr. LaGrange at Bleuer's
Ralph Kepford and Miss Anna Mur
phy, both of Rock Island, were mar
ried yesterday in Davenport by Jus
When in need of hard or soft coal
call on Chris. Mueller & Sons. Twenty
fourth street and Third avenua.or call
up telephone 1511.
Threo hundred well pleased pa
tients in Rock Inland testify to Dr. La
Grange's skill as an optician. At
The children's eyes should be ex
amined at least once a year, as a
matter of precaution. Sea Dr. La
Grange at Bleuer's Saturday, Sept. 28.
Attend the basket party given by
the Daughters of the Covenant at tho
First M E. church Friday evening of
this week. Come and enjoy a good
Try a ton of smokeless coal, a gord
substitute for b&rd coal, and much
cheaper, at Chris. Maeller & Sons,
Twenty-fourth street and Third
Dr. F. C. LaGrange. the expert op
tician, will be at Bleuer's j twelry
store Saturday, Sept. 28, where be
uisy be consulted free of charge one
Henry Van Lake and Ed Seider,
two typhoid fever patients living at
205 Twenty-fifth street, were re
moved to St. Anthony's hospital In
the ambulance last evening.
We Invite the public to come and
examine our fall stock ana our work
manship and you will surely be meas
nred for a suit by Filter & Co., 328
Dr. LaGrange. the optician, re
quests all his former Rock Island
patients to call for free consultation
at Bleuer's jewelry store Saturday,
sl,o'JU casn ouys eitner or seven
houses on Forty-third. Forty-fourth
or Forty-fifth streets north of Fifth
avenue, that rent at f 12 per mpnth
and always occupied. See Eastman,
Golfrey & Co.
Boston bhoe Repairing company.
First class repair work done while
you wait. Men's half soles 40 cents
and up. ladies' half soles 35 cents up
Sa'.isfactibn guaranteed. 1513 JSeo
ond avenuo, Rock Island.
We are now located in our no
building at 1816 Third avenne, acd
have a complete stock of gas and
electric chandeliers and electric sni
plies. Call and see us Rock Island
Electric Construction company.
Clearing up of odd pieces and dis
continued lines of ladies' shoes at the
Leader. D. K. tan and black shoes
that formerly sold at from $2 to $2 50
go at 11. Most all sizes. Ladies tan
and black shoes that formerly sold at
from $2 75 to 3 50 In welts and turns
go at $1.50.
Milan, Sept. 27. Mn and Mrs.
Robert Little, Miss Wnite and Miss
Zihn attended the Aledo fair last
Miss Bertha Kell has taken a posi
tion in Mr Clark's office.
M. T. Johnston, of Rock Island,
was calling on old friends Tuesday -
A number of Moline young people
visited Miss Mable Heath Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Bartle returned from
Mrs. Otto, of bnerrard, called on
W. S. McCulloch, of Taylor Ridge,
was here Thursday.
The wedding of Miss Ida Wilhite
and William Gobenwas solemnized at
Rev. John Palmer's Wednesday eve
ning. The bride and groom returned
to the bride's home, where a small
number were gathered to receive
them. Their many friends extend
their best wishes.
"Have you any doubts remaining?"
said Mrs. Jones. "No. Marin da, I
have not. I took Rocky Mountain
Tea last night." 'Twill remove any
impure thoughts in the human fam
ily. 35c T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Kindly take notice that Ely's Liquid
Cream Balm is of great benefit to
those, sufferers from nasal catarrh
who cannot inhale freely through the
nose, but must treat inemseiyea oy
spraying. Liquid Cream Balm differs
in form, but not medicinally from the
Cream Balm that has stood for years
at the head of remedies for catarrh.
It may be used in any nasal atomizer.
The price, including a spraying tube.
is io cents, ooia Dy aruggists ana '
. a j M I
mauea oj Ciij uiukueif, tin vtbiivu.
street, New York. I
PLEADS FOR WOMAN
Miss Brehm Makes Argument for
Increased Recognition for
WAHTS EQUAL EIGHTS WITH MAS
In Interest of Morality ana the
Happiness of the
The annual convention of the W. C.
T. U. of the Tenth district ended last
evening at the First Baptist church
with an address by Miss Marie C.
Brehm, superintendent of franchise
of the national organization. Miss
Brehm is a forceful and interesting
talker and she made a strong plea
under the subject, "The Woman
Question," for increased recognition
as the means of bringing the world to
higher moral standard.
In opening her address Miss Brehm
alluded to the intricate nature of the
proposition before her, giving a num
ber of ex m plea In which the wisvst
heads had been bfllad in an attempt
to solve the different phases of it.
The gradually increasing recognition
woman is being accorded in tne world
was traced in tne famous verdicts of
the wise men of old when It was de
cided first. that woman had a soul, and
second, that she had a brain. The
question which is still vexing the
scholars, according to tee speaker,
is whether woman is capable of re
ceiving divine inspiration; that is,
whether she has the right to presume
to preach the gospsl. As In the re
mote past the que-tions before the
wise men were decided right. Miss
Brehm believed that the right to
preach and to do all the other things
that men do will be eonceded to
Arguments For Equal Rtsbta.
Many of the diuereut ways in i
which man does homage to woman
in typifying in her all tho best and
purest ot life were pointed out in op
position to the theory of those who
oppose the extension of the rights of
women on the various grounds they
choose to adopt. The various objec
tions urged to the granting of the
franchise to woman were taken up
In order and made to appear very In
significant, indeed. For instance, it
is said won-en are not sufficiently ed
ucated. Miss Brehm too statistic
for it and showed the illiteracy of
men to be greater than that of
women. It is said the home will be
ruined. The speaker repeated statis
tics from Wyoming, the only state in
the union in which woman has had
equal rights for an extended period,
showing that it is the only state in
which the proportion of divorces to
the marriages is not on the increase
In the case of Colorado, the political
rights of women have tended to de
crease the number of divorces. It
has been said there should be a bayo
net back of every. vote. The speaker
showed that there is not and never
has been as many lighting men as
voters. To the protest that it is in
expedient. Miss Brehm said it is
never inexpedient to be just.
Old Adas Ridiculed.
The saying that the hand that rock
the cradle rules tho world was ridi
culed by the speaker on tho ground
that if men really believed this they
would be rocking the cradle, so great
is their ambition, to rule. In fact
Miss Brehm docs not appear to take a
great deal of stock in the pleasant
fiction that men use in the effort to
convince women that they hold the
balince of power after all. She de
mands something more tangible
Against the male argument used as
a last resort that those who espouse
the cause of woman are as a rule old
maids and therefore more or less out
of joint with the world anyway, she
shows that the votes of women would
have a tendency to stop wars and the
other violent and evil practices that
destroy men and tend to keep women
in the majority, thus saving hus
bands for the old maids that the pres
ent system leaves forlorn.
The devotionals of tne evening were
lead by' Mrs. Castleman, of Sterling.
and the closing benediction was pro-
nouncoa ny miss urenm. a preiy
scene was that furnished by the pre
sentation of the retiring president.
Mrs. T. A. Liu map, witn a
several other mementoes by the ladies
who had attended the convention.
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposals will be received at
th j oflice of the city clerk of the city
of Rock Island, III , until Saturday,
September 28. 1901, at 8 o'clock p.
m., for patting tne inirty-inch (oU-
inch) intake pipe in a water tight
condition. Pipe to stand an air test
of 20 pounds when completed. All
proposals must be accompanied by a
certified check payable to the mayor
of Rock Island, 111., in the sum of
The city reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
H. C. ScnarrER. City Clerk.
Rock Island, III, Sept. 26. 1801.
George W. Lane. Pewamo. Mich.,
writes: "Your Ko lol Dyspepsia Cure
Is the best remedy for indigestion and
stomach trouble that I ever used.
For years I suffered from dyspepsia,
at times compelling me to stay in bed
and causing me untold agony. I am
completely cdred by Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. In recommending it to friends
who suffer from indigestion I always
offer to pay for it if it fails. Tbus far
I have never paid." B. H. Bieber and
Ilartz & Ullemeyer.
CZOLGOSZ CALLED HERO
BY ANARCHIST PAPER.
L'Airore, the anarchist paper of
Spring Valley, hails as a, hero Leon
Cz lgof z, ' the assassin of President
McKlnley, and this expression is beiDg
received with delight by the three
hundred anarchists of Spring Valley.
L'Aurore, published In Italian, has,
since tho attack on the president,
published numerou articles uphold
ing anarchy, and one of them extends
greeting to the murderer, and in anoth
er i says it is glad of the crime
The citizens wi.l run the editor and
paper out of town.
The following article from L'Aurore
printed several days after the assassi
nation is full of treason. L'Aurore
ot Monday says:
"Amongst a crowd which stupidly
cheered him as if he was a god, Mr.
McKlnley was triumphantly visiting
the Buffalo exposition. This exposi
tion is the result of the work and the
securing ot millions of workmen, and
the honors, advantages and amuse
ments are enjoyed only by the para
sites of capital and industry. If
President McKlnley had remained
Mr. McKinley, he would have avoided
Czolgotz's pistol. Tne news neither
surprised us nor touched our grief, be
cause such accidents are wanted by
those they happen to. To us, for in
stance, desiring neither power nor
honor, they will never happen. Leon
Czolgosz declared himself an anar
chist. If the fact is true, we cinfess
it should our confession cost us a
brutal caress of the reaction already
beginning we confess it, we are glad
of it. To the courageous and bold rebel
of Buffalo, our salute. The anarchist Is
convinced that to the abuse of the
imperious class holding power and
force, there is no other remedy than
force and resistance of oppressed peo
ple. Therefore some strong-tempered
anarchist alas, too scarce go as far
as the explosion of individual rebel
lion. Some one will ask us what was
the reason. We a-ked this question
to the m llion of workinguien ex
hausted and starved to death by cap
italists, imperialists, friends and
great el. ctors of the president. What
.. wonder if it translated itself into
pistol shots at Buffalo. We want it
to be a recollection of the little cow
ards of the bourgeois, who laughed at
us about a year ago because talking a
little too loud at abjut 2.000 miles
distant. If someone should ask us
why Czolgosz; anarchist, uprose
against the chlof ot the government
remember the men hung in Chicago
In another paragraph L'Aurore
says: "Wo are not in the least sur
prised at this occurrence because we
anarchists maintain that the individ
ual which stands highest in the social
scale and impersonates the political
and economical oppression under
which the people are suffering so hor
ribly la naturally most exposed to
attacks by the oppressed and disin
herited who suffer under their eman
cipated thoughts and from an empty
stomach. In this position as presi
dent, as king, as emperor, he also is
most exposed to the vicissitudes of
his position, be also has his labor ac
cidents. To the rebel in Buffalo, the
com ageous and sincere man, we ex
tend our greeting!"
Hardly Eipnttti What Kook Island
People Say or It.
Any itchiness of the skin is annoy
Little danger in itching skin dis
But they make you miserable
Doan s Uintment is
For piles, cczoma, all itching trou
Rock Island citizens endorse it-
Mrs. F. Schindler. of 2021 Fifth
avenue, says; "I had an irtitation of
the skin in a very aggravated form
saw Djan's Ointment advertised and
so highly reoommended as a sp ciho
for this complaint that I was induced
to get a box at the Harper house drug
store. The very first application gave
mo immediate relief and the continued
use of this remedy for a short time
removed all traces of the distressing
For sale v all dealers. Price AO
cants Foster-Milburn company. Buf
falo. X. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Stood Death Off.
E. B. Mnndav. a lawver of Henri-
I etta, Tex., once fooled a grave-digger.
xi u eaye: mj urutuer wai very iuw
with malarial fever and jaundice. I
persuaded him to try Electric Bitters
and he was soon much better, but
continued their use until ho was
wholly cared. I am euro Electrio
Bitters saved his life." This remedy
ex pells malaria, kills disease germs
and purliids the blood; aids digestion,
regulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
cures constipation, dyspepsia, nervous
diseases, kidney troubles, female com
plaints; gives perfect health. Only
50c a bottle at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's
Norrls Silver, North Stratford, N.
II. "I purchased a bottle of One
Minute Cough Cure when suffering
with a cough doctors told me was in
curable. Oae bottle relieved me, the
second and third almost cured. To
day I am a well man." B. II. Bieber
and II art b & Ullemeyer.
Sometimes the Eight of food nause
ates you; your tongue is coated, your
breath is foul, and headaches come
and go. All these are symptoms of
disease. The trouble is in your stom
ach. Stum-Ac-Oids act like magic,
curing any and all of these disorders
In a few hours. Tablets SO cents.
. T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
An Elegant Shoe for Fait Wear-
Made with Heav Extension Sole, Cuban Heel, Broad
Toe, a shoe that has style, comfort and wearing qualities
that far surpass any other shoe at this price.
Central Shoe Store,
A GREAT SIGN.
ixDEXiXT-sr XuOjljst oo,
Mitchell A Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514. .
'JIT .rt- v.
1724 Second Avenue.
The Brownie Camera.
HARTZ & ULLEMEYER, o
W. A. ROBB & CO.
119 Eighteenth Street.
. 1712 Second Avenue
The dollar is the thing that appeals
to us all. We are all interested in
getting the dollar and are all anxious
to retain it. Our business is a little
different than others. We are anx
ious to provide cash for thoae-who
We take as secuirty a Ilea on jour furniture,
pianos, horses, wagons, live s to 3k or other
personal prjperty. We do not remora the
property. The matter Is entirely confidential
and you can get the money the day you &nd
you need It. Any an ouit, from $10 upwards.
If you need any money we would like to hare
jour attention. We will explain our terms
and methods and tell you how we cai benefit
That Our Fall and
Proof of Werlt
In stylish designing, ser
viceable, up to-date fabrics
and honest workmanship,
Last but not least, we are
selling at surprisingly low
RocK Island's New
For square pictures 2Ji2J. Makes
six pictures without reloading.
Weight 8 ounces. The Brownie
Camera is a compact and perfect 11'
tle instrument. It loads in daylight
with a 6-exposure 6lm cartridge, and
can be readily operated by any icbaol
boy or girl.
Price of Camera 11.00
Films, 6 exposures . . 15c
Brownie developing and
printing outfit. ..... . 75c
Seed's Photographers' Manual giv
en away while they last..
We Have Moved
119 Eighteenth street,
Where we have all kinds of
Electrict Supplies which we
will sell at lowest prices for
reliable goods. Get our es
timates and learn how inex
pensive Electric Goods are.