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TUB ARGUS, 3rOXDAY, FEBRUARY 124, 1902
Generally fair toniprht and
Tuesday;, moderate tempera
ture. J. 21. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 30;
at 3:3C p. in., US. ,
Clear Havana K. T. D.
1'or insurance, I. .7. Iltirns.
Uuy a home of Kehly l'.ros.
Steel ranges at AVilelier's.
Foot-iitlers. Dolly I!ros.
Fitting1 shoes at Dolly I'ros.
Stylish shoes at Dolly Bros.
Shoes AAA to F at Dolly Uros.
Comfortable shoes. Dolly l'.ros.
.Homes for Kale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-Citj- Towel Supply company.
Morning1 light. Union made cigar.
Dr. II. Ci. Trent, dentist, 1721 Sec
OKI lots an:l remnants cheap at
MtC'abe's. I'ta-1 ad., page .".
A rare showing of rich Oriental
rugs at .McCabe's. I'eaJ ad.
(Jo to Simon Lewis for wines and
liquors for table use. Quality guar
anteed. Those youths" and hoys" calf shoes
for !; cents at McCabe's od 1 lot and
remnant sale are worth going for.
Oriental rugs, cb-gant ami rare a
great display on McCabe's big third
lloor and the low prices will surprise
The soiled. rnnsseil an 1 tumbled
muslin miderwear is cut d.-ep in price
.-it McCabe's o i l lot and remnant sale.
Iea-.l ad. on page 3.
C. M. lily the was removed in the
ambulance from St. Anthony's hos
pital Saturday evening to his home.
Mrs. V. V. (iiieiicwahl and mother
vih t, ibank the many friends and
neighbors for their kin lness during
their late bereavement, and also for
Remnant-, of white goods I'p from
cents, linens up from r. cents, em-broi-b-r'us
; from ! e-nts will bring
the crowd to McCa odd lot and
The choicest wines and liquors at
reasonable prices. A trial will con
vince yon that h'-re is the place to
do your trading. Simon Lewis' re
tail liquor store.
Miss Aniiit- Liilders entertained n
company of friends at her home. 1401
Ninth avenue. Saturday evening, in
celebration of h.r l'th birthday an
niversary. Lan-lrr Allgreen. an employe of the
Tri-City Railway company, while un
loading tics-at the rear of"lhe com
pany's Fifth avenue barn this morn
ing, slipped ;m l fell, fracturing his
left forearm near the wrist.
The Laurel Forty-tive Hub played a
double-header last evening at the
home of .John Ainsworth. ('apt. .lohn
O'Connor and Fierce Kane losing
again. David Fitzgerald and Mr. Ains
worth have won J I out of the 13
games thus f;ir played.
Two disorderly cases await disposi
tion at the lends- of Magistrate .John
son this evening. '"Poke Lambert
started i fannlv row at his home on
Fift h-an 1-a-haif av nue Saturday
ni;ht and wis locked up for the sake
of peace in the family. Den Ranson
was at the bo. torn of a row in a down
town saloon ari'l is oi:t on bail.
Repairs on the No. 4 bridge, at Milan
are progressing rapidly and every
thing is now done preparatory to
raising the structure, which will be
begun as soon, as the rock is on the
ground. In the past there has been
danger in time of high water of this
bridge being swept away, and it will
be put up two feet to make it perfect
ly safe. Travel has not been serious
ly interrupted so far nor will it 1m
during the raising process. The lat
ter will require only a few days time.
WORKMEN IN RIOT
Bloodshed IJarely Averted Among
(strikers in I'orto
It I CO.
San Juan, I'orto Rico. Feb. 21. Dis
patches received from Ponce say that
Mlitieal agitators incited a riot of
the striking trolley workmen there
yesterday, smd thai bloodshed was
only averted with the greatest ditTi
culty. A moj. numbering hun lreds of per
sons, controlled Ponce lor two hours,
thepolii-e no. being numerous enough
to fuppress the disorder. Tin chief
of police and the American engineer
of the road were surrounded nfter
the chief had arrested the ringleader
of the rioting. .
A crowd followed the three men to
Lima or Ammonia in food mad witn
KOTIR THE BAKINQ POWDER TRUST
t makes pore food
the city hall, shouting "Down with
The chief, thanks to the coolness
and firmness of the American em
ployes of the road, who were well
armed with revolvers, prevented a se
The native workmen on the trolley
line are well paid and are satisfied
with their wages. They would not
have struck had thev not been intim
idated by outsiders. The employment
of seventeen Italian track layers
probably was the cause of the
I he Italians sire experts and no
such labor is obtainable here from
among the natives, but the Porto Ri-
eans dislike to see foreigners working
on the roads. The mob was compos
ed of the unemployed clement.
The leaders of the rioters have
since been placed in jail and Ponce is
IN FIFTEEN ROUNDS.
McCovern Finally Succeed
Knocking Ont Dave
Louisville. Feb. 21. Terry Mcfiov
ern defeated Dave Sullivan In tho
arena of the Southern Athletic cub nft
er til'teeu rounds of as desperate light
ing as were seen in any rins. From
the first tup of the gong until the end
It was slainban, hammer and tongs
nearly evt-ry second, both men work
ing iivvny with all the energy they pos
sessed. There has seldom been seen a
battle where the Issue was more in
doubt. In one round it would be Sul-liv.-in
and in the next Mcl'overn. Then
Sullivan would come strong again and
even things up once more.
Mci'ovcrn. knowing that the? tight
meant his josition In the front rank
as a tighter, was after his man every
second. In the majority of the rounds
'.ie was on the aggressive and S.illivan
was force 1 to do far more defensive
work than his opponent. Sullivan ptit
up a wonderful tight, however, was
game to the core, and lost the light
more through a blunder of his own
than because he was knocked out.
When the finish came, however, he
was groggy and going fast. The
chances are that be would not have
lasted many more rounds oven had he
risen to his ftn-t lefore Fitzsiminons,
who was the referee. ealhI ten. .
1 5c fore the tight Fitzsiinmons. on ap
peal in:r was loudly cheered, and
thanked the crowd, saying that he
would train for his tight with Jef
fries as he never had before and Co
his best to "do" him.
ContinueJ From First raRc
anatne at tne Washington embassy
of the ierm:in government. Tiiey
were all In full dress uniform. The
rit:a met the Kronprinz beyond Fort
Wadsworth and. swinging around on
the starlM.ard side of the liner,
steamed up "the bay with her.
tLI HtlKNUS liKKF.T K AC II OTIIKB
lug Atlmiraln ?I--t ml
Prince Henry, nttird in the uniform
of an admiral of the lierman navy
ar.d surrounded by his naval and mil
itary staff in brilliant uniform, stood
on the bridge of the liner, and Le and
Admiral Kvaus caught sight of each
ot'.ier and exchanged informal salutes.
As the two vessels, with a Hot ilia
of tujrs and official craft, moved iu
past Fort Wadsworth the first of the
salutes of twenty-one guns was tired.
As the lirst gun sounded the prince
advanced to the end of the bridge of
rtie Kronprinz Wilhelni and stood at
attention. As he passed the United
States Hag llo.-iting over the fortifica
tions he touched bid can iiy salute,
and tne memoers or ins suite nia like
wise. The Hag at the jackstafT of the
Kronprinz was dipped and the Oer
uiaii band accompanying the prince
played the "tS.ir Spangled liauner."
The guns of Fort Wadsworth were
not silent before those across the Nar
rows at Fort Hamilton boomed out
When that ceremony was over the
Kronprinz was stopped and the Nina
hauh;d around to her port side and
Ad Mural I'vnns ami his staff iMiarded
her. The passengers were gathered on
the main deck and there was it hearty
clwer as the admiral came up tha
gangway. Admiral Kvans was seort
ed forward at once, and In the quar
ters of Captain A. Itichter. master of
the Kronprinz, he and the prince met.
The prince came forward and, taking
the hand of the naval officer, shook
it warmly. Then the two sailors ex
changed a few words of welcome and
admiral giving the
prince his first formal welcome to the
Fnild States in behalf of government
The trip up the bay was i.n ovation.
The Kronprinz was followed by a
myriad of craft loaded to the guards
with people shouting their welcome to
the royal visitor, who frequently re
plied with a Imvv. When salutes were
fired- he stood at attention. All along
the shore from the I lattery to the
pier where the Kronprinz was to lay
there were crowds of checringwople.
who lost sight of the visitor when
the liner landed, as no one but officials
was allowed therw. From the Kron
prinz the prince went immediately to
the Ilohenzollern. where later he hail
lunch, several Fnited States navy olli
cers being invited to lunch with him.
Here also he received the visits of
Admiral P.arker Mini (leneral Ilrnoke,
which he returrfd in the afternoon.
Iist night the prince started for
Srlatln HhrnmitUm Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist.
Richmond, Va., Rays: "I had n fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two montns; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. 'ilns 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, liul
Second avenue, Rock Island, Gust
Schlegel & Son, 20 West Second
d?ieV.TV vy TV .TV TV
After Inventory we fliul about SG.txx) to $8,000 surplus, and
tho only reinotly Is to CUT AND SLASH, which is going to
bo done, and tho sooner you get in tho larger the variety
to choose from, SALE COMMENCING FEB. lit.
SHOE SALE OF THE SEASON.
Cash buys anv $3 !i"e
for $4 to...
f'.mh biivs a. man's $3., 00
patent "leather or enamel,
up-to-date siioe. . .
Cash buys a Little Cent's
shoe, sizes 0 to 13, all solid.
Cash buys boys shoes all through
the stock at bi bargains.
Cash buys 3 different styles
of enamels and patent kid
ladies shoes, extension
soles, snoes M" y
I'asn iniys lauies enamel shoe,
nearly ail sizes, grade.
Cash buys a ladies patent
kid $3.50 shoe for dress, Jvq nr
Cash buys misses and children's
shoes at big bargains.
See our Bargain Counters.
1721 Second avenue
The Best and Purest
in Bulk or Ilottle. Sold in any quan
tity from a pint to a gallon at "
We have just fitted up a line reception
room in connection with our ollice,
where any lady can call and make
a purchase of lipiors for table or
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
Until you liave seen our line. Burlaps, Crepes,
Oriental Tapestries, Ingrains, Varnislied Tiles. All
tlie latest effects in "Wall Papers.
Paridon. Sr Son,
419 Seventeenth Street.
The Most Palatable and
Made. Come and see
for yourself. "The
Proof of the Pudding
is in tho Eating thereof."
Free demonstration all
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031
From our own well and pure
ncjitral soap are the materi
als we use in producinjr our
snow while work. Our meth
ods and machinery are the
very be:-t that money and
brains can produce, which
enables us to guarantee a
better prade of work than
any laundry in this city can
produce. We are pleasing
many of the most particular
people in ibis community,
and solicit the patronage of
all who like hijrh grade work.
May we have a trial package
Cor. Twelfth Street and
fe! ba r4
Roth ray wife and myselfhavebeen
nintf CASCAKKTS iinil tln'y nro the best
?iitliciii f h'vvo ever h.nl In the houw. Iist
wt k my wife was fmntic with Tie:nliirho for
two days: slip trkil some of your OASCAKETS,
ami lli y reJiovcil the pain in her 1ip:h1 almon
iciuiciiiatcly. WclKith mcomnicntl Ca.scarcts."
l'ittshunr Safe Si JJfjoit Co.. Piitsbure, Pa.
T HESOOWn S
P)iT,t. ralatat!. Cot-pnt. Ta.t-e OnnA. Tit
Gvl, Svyut bu koTj. VVitikon or UriM-. 10, c,Nc.
Sirrllas Kr1j r.apur, l klra. Umlml, !. Tart. SIT
Kin.Tn.R4P PoM nt r-nnrsi tr,;l hy all Irnc-'
Dont Be Fooledi
Take tbe genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
M111I0 onlv rv Madloon
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. It
kecrts yoa well. Our trad
mark cut on each package.
Price, 33 cents. Saver sol4
In hulk. Accent no auKati
ciirMrigiMj tute. Ask your aruggUU
Everyone is familiar with George Washington's
truthful admission and the effective manner in
which he wielded the hatchet in chopping down the
cherry tree and everybody should know the force
with which this same hatchet, by name, has been
used at the M. 6c K. in chopping down prices as the
last call in " heavy weights. " You will find your
money will go a long ways here now. Here are a
few bargains that will interest you, unless you are
From $7 to $8.50
From $9 to $12
wort 1 1
From $12.50 to $15
Overcoats at a Reduction of 25 per cent
Boys' and Children's Suits at Great
ly Reduced Prices.
Already we are showing the new styles in spring
overcoats, made water proof, and some of the
swell hats. It wont be long before we shall be
ready to talk spring clothing, but we must see
heavy weights " March out " before spring weights
come "marching in."