Newspaper Page Text
TITE AUGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1901
I Dining Chairs.
We have just received one of the finest and
largest stocks of Diners in the three-cities.
It will pay you to see them. '
A Solid Oak, Brace Arm, Cane
Seat Diner, Sams as
A Solid, Very Fine, Box Frame fj
Diner with French Ligs
Same as Cut at
Our Rcckers are of the Same Quality and Jus!
THE OLD RELIABLE FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner Sixteenth St. and Second Ave.
DIPLOMAS TO FIVE TO SERVE FOUR YEARS
You Know Us
FOR SQUARE DEALING,
Best Ma.de Clothing and Good
Tlicrc is no place like
the Big Blue Front.
Our assortment is
larger than -ever. Our
suit department is full
of the most stylish ef
fects. Yoilr tailor may
better. Ask to see what
we show in L. Adler
Bros. & Co. and Alfred
Benjamin & Co.'s makes
None better made.
Limit Placed on Time Which Gen
First Class Completes Work Of Crorier is to Hold New
St. Anthony's Training office
A question which has been much
Idisftissed hi' war department officials
Jjuriiiiisisivjti liAJUiUiSLS AJUj HELD ever since the appointment of Gen
William Crozier as chief of the bu
reau of ordnance is whether the nr-
i-roKnin ai . m. . . A. AoUilorlnm nnintnii-nt was lwrmanent or onlv a
Suits and Overcoats of These makes
$15.00 to S27.SO.
Not How Cheap But How Good.
L ID 01
at detail for four years, nome r the
officials have contended that the ap
pointment was permanent, while oth
ers have held to the opinion that un-
Five young- women, the first to re- "er lhe List army act tne detail was
ceive such honor at 1ht hnndu nf'th.u for four years. 1 he question was
most excellent institution, were pre- settled yesterday by a statement
sented diplomas last in edit ns rr.-nln. from official sources tnat tien. Iro-
ates of the training- school for nurses tier's appointment is n four-year de
of St. Anthony's hospital. This ml- tail. At the end of four years he will
iu net of the hospital was established be succeeded by another otticer to be
two years ago, since which time "omnia ted by the president
those who have now graduated have
lapphed themselves constantly to
their books and to the practical side
of the noble work to which they are
devoting' their lives.
The exercises were held at the Y
IM. C. A. auditorium. On the plat
form were the graduates Misses
Frlda Nelson. Emma Lindquist, Rose
Weinberger, Rertha Hodges and Ella
LaRelle the superintendent of the
training school. Miss V. M. Drandon
and the members of the school fac-
Miss Grace M. Warner i.s home for
Mrs. (). K. Pafker. of (Jeneseo, vis
ited in the citv last night.
Mrs. .1. ('. Finnegan is spending a
few days in Rapids City.
Mrs. Minnie Shelby has gone to
Koundsvillc, Minn., on a visit.
ulty chosen from the membership L.'j' (, spnd Thanksgiving.
of the nosnitnl meilicjil siml Kiirrrwiil I
Mrs. L. M. Webb left for Fulton
this morning after visiting with rel
Harrv Nutting is home from his
lof the hospital medical and surgical
staff. The hall was well filled b
friends of the graduates, patrons of
the hospital and the medical staff
and their families
Opening of lrotram.
The program opened with a violin
and piano duet by Louis Jones unci
W. C. Totten, followed by an invoca
tion by Kev. Thomas Mack in. who
filled the place of Rishop Spalding.
Next came the annual report of the
hospital read by Dr. C. ('. Carter.
chairman of the training school com
mittee of the staff. The report show-
led that the total number of medical
cases treated iluring the year was
J42 with 101 surgical cases. Of the
former 20S recovered, one was dis
charged improved, and '.Y.l died.
Among those operated upon there
were eight deaths. 1 lie great ma-
Ijority of those who failed to respond
to the treatment of the institution
were hoiteless cases when taken in
1 lie next numOer was the presen
tation of the diplomas and Un
charge to the graduates by Dr. (
I. Kvster. In his address the doctor
Kent into the history of the condi-
lions which have made the hospital
an essential adjunct in modern mcd
Meal and surgical met hods and the
rise of the numerous institutions to
meet the need. He spoke of the pe-
Iculiar fitness of woman to care for
the sick and suffering and paid a de
served tribute to the sisters of M
rraucis. whose energy and devotion
have been responsible for the estab
lishment. of the hospital an 1 training
school here. After addressing a few
words of kindly counsel to the grad
uates the speaker presented them
with their diplomas.
MIhh lii-Hiidun KrHpolnl.H.
After Mrs. Mae Uieha rds-Casey had
rendered a vocal selection, in which
die was accompanied by Mrs. Grace
Mackin, Miss V. M. llrandon, siimt-
intendent of the training school, re
lsMnded in behalf of the graduates
to Dr. Kyster's address. In tin
(course of her remarks she expressed
in feeling terms the gratitude the
nurses of St. Anthonys hospital feel
for the kindnesses extended -to them
by the medical staff, and closed by
presenting fo each of the graduates
a gold pin in the form of a red cross
engraved with the words "St. An
thony's Hospital. 1001."-
A vocal solo by Mrs. T. R. Reidy
was followed by an address by Rev.
Mnckiu. in which the speaker eh-
quently carried his hearers forward
through the middle .kges, depicting
the suffering from the diseases
caused uv ignorance an-l suiierstitmn
and describing the rise of iiih1tii
medical and surgical science, fulfill
t tidies at Iowa City to spend
Mrs. A. K. Eaton and family, of
Lowmoor. Iowa, are the guests of
Mrs. M. T. Stevens.
G. M. Law of the Fort Madison
(Iowa) Republican was a caller at
The Argus office last evening.
Mrs. F. W. Houghton, of St. Louis,
left for her home this morning after
:i visit with Mrs. Eliza Robbins.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Murphy and Miss
Mice Kcator leave tonight for Min
neapolis to spend Thanksgiving.
Aid. F. E. Andrews and family have
gone to I hicago to spend l natiKsgiv-
ing with Mr. Andrews" mother.
Mrs. William 1'age. of Dixon, who
has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
11. A. Page, returned home today.
City Attorney .1. IC. Scott left last
night with 11. I!. Realty, of Daven
port, for the oil region of Texas.
George II. .lohnston returned to the
cm v tins morning niier spending a
few ilavs at his home in St. T.onis.
W. II. 1-M wards, departed today for
New York, expecting to sail Saturday
for Europe, where he will spend the
George Rolibiiis. f Dubuque, re
turned, home today jifler sM-iidiiig a
few days with his cousin. Miss Laura
Miss Lt-noru Campbell, of Fort At
kinson. Wis., who has been isiting
with Miss Minnie Knox, returned
Mr. a ill Mrs. .1. D. War nock an I
grandson. Willie Aster,' went to Ger
man Ynllev. III., today to spend their
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Gordon and
daughter, of Jacksonville. III., will
arrive this evening to spend tomor
row with .Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rlake-
Miss Kllen Andrews, a former resi
dent of -the city, who has been mak
ing- her home in Wichita. Kan., of
late, is a guest of Mr.'"an:l Mrs. John
1. .1. Cary ami Christian Koch left
this morning for'Roekford to repre
sent the Rock Island carriers at the
meeting of the State Letter Carriers
Principal J. F. Darby, of the high
school, goes to Chicago tonight, and
tomorrow will referee the football
game at i.arayetre. ind., net ween
Northwestern and Purdue.
Mr. and Mrs. CaVl Gerhardt. of
Hillsdale, departed this morning for
Los Angeles, Cal., where they exect
ing the teachings of the Redeemer ,,, permanently locate. They spent a
and relieving the world from its mis
After the close of the exercises the
graduates were given a banquet at
the Rock Island .Club by the mem
bers of the hospital staff.
few days before their departure visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. John Ohl-weiler.
S.OOU I nilrflli Auction
Going out of business. I'mbrellas,
parasols and baby carriage parasols
will Ik' sold regardless of cost. Par
ties having umbrellas for repairs in
our store will please call for same.
Sale ln-giiis Saturday at - p. m. and
so p. m., Nov. :;o. F. Smith A- ( o..
umbrella iiianufact urers,' 317 Rrady
lodge Gest adjourned
court this morning till 0
urdav morning, when it
that all members of the bar lie pres
ent to arrange a trial list, for the fol
lowing week. The trial of the four
men suspected of the murder of
Charles Minnie, of Moline,- has been
set for Monday, Dec. 0. A Vhynlrlnn Tfwtltiea.
The case of H. N. Sjogren against "I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia
Smith Rrothers & RurdicK company Cure and never used anything that
went to the jury yesterday afternoon did me the good that did." says Coun
and liefore the adjournment of court ty Physician George V. Seroggs, Hall
for the dav a verdict was brought in county. Ga. As u physician I have
in favor of the plaintiff.
A Littl 1.0H4
of flesh and strength, little barking,
obstinate cough and a little pain in
the chest may not mean galloping
consumption, but they are signs that
prudence will not neglect. A few-
doses of Allen's Lung Ralsum cause a
free discharge, of mucus un.l so
loosens the cough. It heals the in
flamed air passages and all its Immic
tiecnt work is accomplished without
a grain of opium. .
I prescribed it with the best results."
If food remains undigested m your
stomach it decays. To prevent this
by dieting means starvation. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat.
You neeil suffer neither dyspepsia
nor starvation. is. 11. i;ieier and
Hart. & Ullemeyer.
Kellahle nod Gentle.
There are pills and pills. You want
a pill which is certain, thorough and
gentle. Musn't gripe. De Wittes
Little Early Risers fill the bill. I'urely
vegetable. Do not force but assist
the Irtiwcls. I II. Rieber and Hartz
Stops the Couch nod Works OA Hi Cold
laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets & Ullemeyer.
cure a cold in one day. -S o cure, JNo
I PaJ ' Price 25c. I Subscribe for The. Argus.
PLAN IS APPROVED
To Have Boys' Department in
Connection With the
Y. M. C. A.
ANOTHER SECRETARY IS CALLED
W. P. AVidtner. of South Haven
Mich., to be Assistant to
The board of directors of the Y. M
C. A. at the monthly meeting last
evening unanimously approved of the
plan presented by Secretary J. S.
Freeman, previously described in The
Argus, for the opening of a distinct
ively boys' dejiartment in the associ
ntion building. It was decided to lie
gin the work at once and a call was
sent to W. F. Widmcr, of South Hav
en, .Mich., to come here and take
charge, beginning Dec. 1, as assistant
general secretary of the boys' department.
The board and parents generally
who have investigated the plan to be
followed are heartily in sympathy
with it and have come to its financial
assistance in a most gratifying man
The present boys' room will at once
be fitted up with the best juvenile
iteratnre to be selected by the boys
committee composed of Orville Yer-
bury. Arthur Johnson and II. E. Shif-
fer. The chapel will be fitted out
with the liest games and the depart
ment will be open week days from 3
to 6::0 in the afternoons and will be
under the eve of the secretary during
that time. Roys from 10 to 1G will
1m looked after in this department
and they will be divided into two
classes according to either age or
It is not the intention to provide
merely play rooms for the boys, but
to give them healthful diversion un
er proper restraint, to teach them
the difference between manly sjwirt
and that which is brutal and demor
alizing with due encouragement to
the higher aspirations. Parents who
ire wrestling with the problem of
providing good influences for boys o
the age indicated are urged to con
sult with Secretary l-reenian in re
gard to the details of the plan.
Tin; re were "s applications for
new membership and Pi renewals be
fore the board last evening, the larg
est number that has Iwen presented
in any one mouth since the local as
Nov. Ct. Joseph -I. F
Josephine Hinkley. tract
L 17. lw,
William Jackson and George M
I'.abeoek to John Wind, lot S, block
Wheelock's Fifteenth street add.
Olief Olsen to George Siefken, lot S.
block 1. (. Olsen's add.. Moline, 1.
I.lcennel to Wed.
Frederick F. Harlow. ... Rock
Miss Alpha Robb .Rock
Frank O. Swanson
Miss Nora A. Anderson
Miss Klizabeth Orr
Custaf J. Henson
Miss K. Josephine llallgren
Omcr M. Rhodes
. . Moline
. . .Joslin,
. . . Moline
. . .Moline
. . . Moline
Miss Delia Leake.
Saloon Not lees.
W. 11. Ileal v, of the Diamond sa
loon, serves oysters on the half shell,
blue points, at all hours.
Hot turkey lunch Thanksgiving
morning from !) to 12 at Peterson's
saloon, 2610F'ifth avenue.
Roast pig Thanksgiving lunch at
C. E. (look's saloon. !Kt0 Third avenue.
Ed Morrow will serve turkey lunch
tomorrow at the Arcade saloon, 1.107
Turkey lunch at Joe Parker's place
Oyster mid turkey lunch tomorrow
evening, corner r.igiiteent u street
and Fourth avenue. Kd Thcirman.
Oyster lunch tomorrow morning at
the Senate, VS.l Eighteenth street.
Chris Donahue will receive returns
of the Corbet t-McGovcrn fight; will
also serve duck and rabbit lunch to
morrow afternoon and evening.
Free tomorrow all clay. Turkey sit
Ponce De Leon s. opposite post of
Nclatlr Kheuiuatlftm Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, 'a.t says: 1 had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two montns; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. 'ihis cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. have also heard
of fine results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island, (Just
Schlegel & Son, 20 West Second
For Over Fifty Yenrs
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the fluid, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Ten thousand demons gnawing
away at one's vitals couldn't be much
worse than the tortures of itching
piles. Yet there's a cure. Uoaa's
Ointment never fails.
Third Avenue Through, to Second, Rock Island, 111.
You can make our china depart
ment a real help toward the success
of 3-our Thanksgiving dinner. A lit
tle touch of newness here and there
will add much to the attractiveness
of your feast.
Celery trajs 4Ce, 47c, 50c, 72c and
Cake plates and fine china bread
trays 10c and up.
Jelly trays, dainty French china,
17c to $3.
Olive dishes 25c to $2.50.
Salad bowls 47c to $5.
The list i.s endless.
A Platter for the Tur
We've provided an extra quantity
of really beautiful Haviland china
platters, big ones they measure 18
inches in the famous cornflower
pattern, clouded gold finish, made
with the new style gravy well a-t
each end. These platters would be
very cheap at $4 each. Refore
Thanksgiving we will sell one to a
customer for each $2, $2 $2.00
Anv other pieces wanted in this
same decoration can oe nau at tne
same price as if vou had liotight a
hundred dollars' worth of it; plates,
cups anil saucer anyinin; ami every
Tumblers and water glasses
Scores of pretty thin engraved flint
glasses from the cheapest up.
Here's a Thanksgiving
Rest lead blown 5 line band tum
blers, full 0 ounce size, worth 75e a
ozen; while they last. before
Tlwtnksgiving, one, dozen to a custo
mer, for per doz. Me, 3'.)e 391?
Our splendidly stocked linen depart
ment is at vour service with a wealth
of genuine Thanksgiving 'bargains.
You cannot do better than to buy
Fine soft half bleached German
fable damask per yard 39
70-inch Scotch damask, full -bleach-
d. per yard 68 J
72-inch genuine Irish double da
mask in a variety oi patterns, new-
pen borders, etc., very special
Fine heavy table napkins in beauti
ful new patterns, the quality is re
markable at S1.25.
Other special lots at $2.:iS, $2.25.
1.50 and $1.00
Damask towels, fancy borders.
knotted fringed ends sit 10 J
liuck towels, extra large and
weighty, regular 25c towels at ...19 3
Tray cloths, full hemstitched with
open work corners at 25c
It Pays to Buy Cloaks
and Suits at
Always new garments. Always up
to the ill i mite styles, Always careful
tailoring, ami always the lowest prices.
Just mow we are selling 'Walking
Skirts with stitched -seams, full
stitched bottoms, etc. Skirts with
style to them but made for good
hard wear, at $3.95, $3.42 and . . $2.75
Dress skirts that hang, fit and wear
weU, made with flare, plain trimmed
at $5, $3.98 and $2.98
Good serviceable walking skirts
Ready to wear suit, as low as $8 00
7-inch Jackets, all new at $10, $9. jO
Three-quarter coats, up from . $8.'0
Full length Raglans, perfectly made
with that, graceful hang, as low
A Sample Line of Pic
tures at Less than
Steel reprints le.
Large 16x20 pastels 5
50c life photos, large 16
25c pastels colored etchings, water
color " facsimilies, etc lfjt;
All $1 framed pictures'... 45e
All 75e framed pictures 37e
All 50c framed pictures for
Carpets and Furniture.
This department is always crowded
with bargains. Xo matter what you
I my here, you'll save money.
East colors and Rrussels effects, er
All wool warp and tilling, per yd..45
Fibre warp, fancy designs, jmt
White enamel, all sizes $1.98
Solid oak, curved backs, large arms
and leather seats $1.98
High carved backs 68o
This store will be closed all day 'tomorrow.
That Great Boy of Yours
You will be agreeably surprised to see our offer
BOYS' AND JUVENILE
CLOTHING FOR FALL AND WINTER.
Thev were never letter, for we have worked hard to give you
the newest, most attractive anil novel creations, gleaned from the
tailor-shops of the best makers.
You will find character and style in all our garments : the fabrics
are of the most dependable weaves, and the assortments much
larger than ve have ever shown before.
You will lind our store decidedly the liest store from which to
clothe your Ikjv ; anil (quality considered) at lower prices than
you have ever paid.
another strong feature, and one that will not only save you con
siderable, worry, but money as well, is the fact thas you can turn
to our Hats and Furnishing (ioods Department ami clothe your
boy completely with under and outer clothing.
JUVENILE SUITS from $3.50 to $10.
BOYS' SUITS from $3.50 to $10.
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS from $10 to $18.
Sommers 6c LaVelle,
112 Second avenue, Rock Island, 111.
The efforts of the best dress makers are in vain, if the wearers
of their designs do not give their costumes the finishing-touch
which" only the wearing of a moodish hat or bonnet can give
This is recognized by every smart dresser, and the low prices
niling in this store place that crowning glory of a well-dress-edwomen's
costume a stylish hat or lwoinet within the reach
of the most economical. If jou have delayed purchasing your
winter millinery, you should by all means select a hat for
Thanksgiving Day Our assortment of trimmed Hats is recog
nized as the best in the three cities. In our hats are combined
the. very best materials, the latest ' ideas in the world of
fashion, and the most artistic workmanship, at prices which
every lady will recognize as bargains.
Brandenburg Millinery Store,
CORNER TWENTIETH STREET AND FOURTHT AyESiUE,