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THE ARGHTS, TUESDAY, MABCII 4, 1902.
To make room for extensive vim
. provements to be made in the
Lately purchased by us, we must
move some goods, and have decided
on a .
And to move the goods quickly every
piece of furniture, large or small,
carpets, rugs, etc.,. will be sold at a
discount of from 10 to 35 per cent.
It's a chance worth jumping at, and
the sooner you come the better you
will be pleased. The bargain latch
string hangs at the door.
THE OLD RELIABLE FUaXITUKE DEALERS
Corner Sixteenth St. and Second Ave.
showing the nobbiest
up to date
Republican County Con
vention Turns Down
Yates in Tumult.
DAWES FAILS, TOO
McCabe Indorsed for
Senator, Magill for
IieJM-t-l ratolutlou liitlornliier I for
I'liltrtl Stair. -lmtur.
Turned tlowu rraobitlon upholding (lov.
YuteM administration. Imt Indonwd na
Inilorsed I S. MrCnlx fur Ht ate lwnutor.
Indented I M. Maglll for reprewutatlv1.
Nomlnatrd I- K. 1'arnieuter for t-ouuty
Judge over Judge Adam.
The alove is what the republican
county cim vent ion, in session ;it the
Illinois theatre, had done up to Hie
time of going to press, ami was then
Charles (Sates Dawes, candidate for
lnitel States senator t succeed
William I-. Mason, appeared in Work
Island I'arly this morning anil joined
C. II. Deere, of Moline. who is direct
ing the campaign in Mr. Dawes be
half in Hock Island eonnty. and has
pulled every wire at his command to
r d s
Ever shown in this city. .
All styles in Stetson and
Guyer make two best
makers of hats in this
Plenty of new negli
YOU KNOW US.
L S. M'CABE.
the imhI that n senatorial candidate
favorable to him should receive the
endorsement of today's convention.
Mr. Deere, as is known, forsook (i.
W. .lohnson. the Moline- senatorial
candidate, after years of mutual po
litical friendship, and formed an al
liance with Fred K;ink, the other Mo
line candidate, ami .1. V. Siinonson,
of Port r.vron. both of whom were
known in advance of the convention
to acrree with Mr. Deere s sentiments
in regard to the I'nited States Sena
torshMi. 'I lie, Hunk snptiorlers. it has
been understood for a day or so. wcrf
to to Siinonson. thereby .reducing
the contest to L. S. McCabe and the
I'ort Hvron cand'daie.
Kvery concci va ole scheme has been
resorted to here by the Deere fol
lowers to break the McCabe phalanx.
but the strength shown by the JSock
Island man and the fidelity with
which his supporters stood by him
was no surprise to those who have
watched the care with which dele
gates 'were selected in the various
However, it is declared by those
claiming; to lc on the inside that Mc
Cabe, so far, has not expressed him
self fin the I'nited States senator
ship, although the attitude on numer
ous occasions of Ihe machine cappers
has riven rise to a suspicion of
friendliness to the Yates-Loriiner-
The I'nited Slates Fenntorship en?
teretl into every detail of the opening'
proceedings. When a delegate bol
bed up in the convention the first
question that, the other delegates
would nsk one another was how he
stood on the cnatorship.
T.arry Ma trill, for representative,
had the Moline crowd lined up in caj
ital fashion, anil 'when the convention-expressed
its preference as to
representative there was a never-to-1m
forgotten look on the face of
Christian Franklin (Saetjcr. the Itoek
lsl:nd candidate. Chris, up tiTl a
few weeks ago. supposed he had a
lead-pie. Probably he did. but his
boom caught cold feet in the mean
time. HowevT. Chris can lie relied
upon to come up smiling again the
next time there is an opport uinty in
sight of landing in Spring-field, lie is
a good waiter as well as a good stay
er and withal, is inclined to forgive
and try npain. ilespite the fact that
this trait has Ix-cn so frequently tak
en advantage of.
Gallloff Vok. of the State Machine.
The cause of the state machine was
championed by Col. C. T,. Walker. S.
J. Collins, r. F. Knox. Hugh McDon
ald. C. J. Serrle, and Hilly Uaker and
dim MctSarvey. the latter two bcuifc
Rinbassadois extraordinary and min
isters plenipotentiary from Spring
field to the Kock Island doings. .
The KiK'k Island delegates met at
the court house at 10 this inciriimp
and named the quota the city was al
lowed on the various eo.mr.it Ires to
lc named in the convention. Two
resolutions were adopted, one favor
ing the candidacy of Cieorsre W. Gam
ble f-r the position of clerk of the
apieUate court and the other against
an instruction of the delegates in re
jrard tt the L'nitd States senatorial
Immediately alter the city delega
tion adjourned the county convention
was culled to order in the circuit,
court, room at the court house by
William Maker, who acted in the ab
sence of IJ. V. Knox, chairman of the
county committee. The only motion
entertained at the court house was
one for an adjournment to the Illinois
theatre. At the theatre the delegates
were all seated on the ground floor
and the seats were all taken. The
country delegates were placed on the
west side, the IJock Island delegates
in the center, and the Moline dele
gates on the- east side. The use of
Ihe theatre had been secured only
on condition that there be no spit
ting on the floor. And no smoking and
repeated admonitions from self-appointed
serjeants-at-arms secured a
fair enforcement of the rule durinir
Capt. ltennett Temporary IihIi-iuuu.
At 11:15 William Maker nain call
ed the convention to order and ask
e;l for nominations for temporary
chairman. The name of Capt. W. C.
IVnnctt. of Moline, was presented by
W. A. Meese and he was chosen with
out any opposition. The captain
came forward and suffered himself to
be lifted over the footlights. Then
he made a short address of thanks in
which he emphasized the importance
of harmony amonjr the delegates. On
the call for nominations for secretary
Mr. Meese proposed the name of II.
C. SchatTer, of Kock Island, for secre
tary and Walter Johnson, of Kock Is
laml and .lolin Sr.ndinc, of Moline'. as
assistants. There were no other nom
inations and it vvent.' Meese, in the
Moline delegation. ami Charley
Searle, for lloek Island, kept on their
feet as- the spokesmen of their respec
After the official call for the con
vention was read Meese suprjrested
that, as the cities of Kock Island and
Moline had already appointed their
members of Ihe committees the coun
try delesrates be riven a chance to do
likewise Therefore the lower and
central divisions went out ami made
their selections. the reports beinjr
adopted and the various committees
approved as follows:
t'umar Ittee. Appointed.
Permanent ()rra nia t ion W. .1.
Hanson, .lolin Carse. II. S. Mollman.
Kock Island; W. C. Dennett, W Y.
Kastman. Jacob Stofft. Moline; J. Y.
Whiteside. upper division; .James
Hutchinson, middle division; II. K
Carpenter, lower division
Resolutions J. J. Ingram, William
Kenneilv. -M. K. Sweeney, Uock is
laml; Y. C. Allen. P.. Y. Peek. W. A
Meese, Moline; A. II. Wendt. upjer di
vision':-' Wilson' Matthews, middle di
vision; Cyrus Miller, lower division.
Credentials S. S. Hull. Frank Col
lins. K. M. McKown. Kock Island;
William Kutterwort h. Harvey. Will
iams, K. W. l-'ntrikin, Moline: C.
(eorjre. upKr division. t;eorre Kieh-
mond. niiddle tlivision; J. P. Johnston,
State Convention S. .1. Collins. M.
M. Sttirjreon. Frank Knox. Kock Is
land; C. V. Johnson. F. A. llerbst, Y.
K. Morgan, Moline; Kli Ctrbin. upper
division; C. L. Hawley, middle divis
ion; David Mendle, lower tlivision.
Iefrislative Con vent ion Kalph Ilav
erstick. Warren Keck. A. Y.. Nelson
Kock Island; Morris tieismer. C. D
Walters, C. Y.. Matties. Moline; James
Mills, upper division; K. I.. Wilson,
middle division; (iuy Vannatta. lower
Conjrressior.al Convention W. T.
Chaniion. William McConochie. H. A.
J. McDonald. Kock Island; W. A. Mc-
P,eth, Ceorpe W. Woods. F. M. W.
Anderson. Moline: Jerry Pearsall, up
per division; S. W. Heath, middle tli
vision; Cieorcre Spiekler. lower di
vvsion. Followin! the realinjr of the com
mittees by the chairman a motion
was passed that the credentials be
handed in order that the committee
could be at work during the noon
hour and then an adjournment was
taken till 2 o'clock.
THK AFTEISNOOX SKSS1QX.
Tedious Delay Canned by the Committee ou
It was 2:07 when Chairman Dennett
rapped for order in the convention
this afternoon, the delcfrutes having
managed to pet seated by this time.
The chuirmaii called for the report
of the committee on credentials, but
there was no resiionse, and it looked
for a time as if it would be necessary
to send out a serach warrant, when
Charley Olierp. janitor at the court
house, mustered courope to stand up
and inform the chairman that the
committee was locked up in a room
on the top floor of the county temple
wrest linp with the contested delepa
tions. there beinp two sets of tlelc-
pates present from the Sixth ward.
Moline, and also from toal alley.
William Mutterworth. the chairman
of the committee on credentials,
reached the stape nt 2:53 and an
nounced he was ready to report. The
following were fund entitled to seats
in the con vent ion:
First 'ward William Schnert. E. IS.
McKown, Charles Lindpren. William
Wilken, Emil Osterman. II. X. Wood.
W. J. Gahapen, John Ackerman. A.
II. Carlson, Foster Coyne. Aupust Vin
cent. Albert Tuber. Frank Westbay.
Second ward W. T. Charinon. Louis
V.-Eckhart, Jr., N. II. Nelson, J. Lep
stein, Julius Dhoope, John Dahn.
A SHORT SESSION
City Council Adj'ourns Early to
Attend Political . .
REFUSES TO PAY VACCINATION BILL
Trl-City Hallway Company Gets
Track Privileges for New
The Kock Island city council was
too busy last eveninp to attend to
much business. The nieetinp was
called topether early that the mem
bers mipht pet away for the republi
can pow-vvow at the court house in
pood season. The payroll ordinance
was passed and one or two minor
matters were crowded throuph. ami
then an adjournment was talien till
tomorrow nipht. One of the bills
sent in was for $101 presented from
the board of .education for the vac
cinnation of the poor school children
by Dr. J. V.. Asay under the direction
of the city health department and in
response to the order of the boird.
About :!)( children were operated up
on, and the cost of the material
amounted to about half of the bill.
The council decided that the board
of education was responsible for the
work beinp undertaken and should
therefore pay the bill.
Car Iloane Truck.
The Tri-City Kailway company pre
sented a petition, which was pranted.
askinp leave to lay tracks to the new
car house to be erected ilurinp the
eominp season on Fifth avenue west
of the old barn. The blue print pre
sented for the inspection of the coun
cil showed that the car house will be
set back about -IO feet from the ave
nue, ami there will be 10 tracks run
ninp from the house out into the
street. Nine of these will turn to the
west, switchinp into one main spur
track, which will connect with the
main line, and the other track will
turn to the east. It was represented
to the council that the house will
hold ion larpe sized cars.
Continued on Seventh rage.
REMAINS OF MRS. A. C.
DART ARE LAID AT REST
Private funeral ceremonies wt-re
held over the remains of Mrs. A. C.
Dart at the residence on Tvrent v-iirst
street at 10 this morning by Hev.
William Torrance, pastor of the Cen
tral church. Funeral hymns were
rendered. - by a rjnartet composed of
Miss ('race Ames, Miss Esther May
i'lumb.-Dr. Arthur Atkinson and Dr.
Charles MeCandless, all of Davenport.
Interment was made at Chippiannock
cemetery, where the services were
also private. The pallbearers were
Di. J. V." Stewart, J. M. Iiuford,
Frank Mixter, E. II. (Juver, Hugh
Curtis and Fav Lvnde.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Sudlow leave this
eveninp for an extended sojourn at
Denver ami Colorado 'Sprinps.
Mrs. John Huntley and Miss Mamie
Moody, of Port Myron, .spent last
nipht with relatives in the city.
Men St. Yrain. the well-known mo
lot'inaii on the Kim street ear line,
leaves this eveninp with his family
for Molivar. Mo., where he has pur
chased a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mosenfelder. who
started for Hot Sprinps Sunday nipht ,
returned home apain this morninp,
haviiip pone no further than St.
Louis, where Mrs. Mosenfehler, for
the benefit, of whose health the trip
was undertaken, became so ill that
Mr. Mosenfehler deemed it best to re-,
turn home rather than continue the
New ralntln Firm
Daniel C. Strecker ami Harry X.
Nelson have formed a partnership
for the purjxise of carryinp on a
paintinp and paperhanpinp business
in this city. Moth are well-known
vounp men and !wth are thorcuphly
competent, workmen, hav'iip been cn
paped in their line of business for the
past 10 years in the employ of heal
firms. They have opened up quarters
at the rear of 1013 Fourth avenue.
The Seven Sutherland Sisters bep to
announce to the ladies of this city
and vicinity that thev have made ar-
ranpements with Thomas drup store
to hold daily consultations until
March 17 repardinp treatment of the
hair and scalp. Every one is resjH'ct-
fully invited to call and consult with
the ladies in charpe.
Dancer of Colds and I.a Grippe.
The greatest danper from colds and
la prippe is their resultinp in pneu
monia. If reasonable care is used,
however, and Chamberlain's Conph
Kemedy is taken, all danper will be
avoided. Ainonp the 'tens of thous
ands who have used this remedy for
these diseases, we have 3-et to learn
of a single case having resulted in
pneumonia, which shows conclusively
that it is. a certain preventive of that
dangerous malady. It will cure a
cold or an attack of la grippe in less
time than any other treatment. It
is pleasant and safe to take. For
sale y all druggists.
Tfloclcv Mount 11 in Tea taken now
will keep the whole family well.. If
it fails bring it back and get your
cash. . 33c. T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
Third Avenue Through to Second, Rock Island, 111.
Entrances on both Avenues.
0peningDisplay of Foul
ard Silks and Silk
day, March 5.
On this date we will jdaee on vale
the larpest and handsomest collection'
of foulard silks ever shown in this
vicinity. Exquisite color combina
tions and entirely new designs' ex
clusively our own, will make this
showing worthy of your careful at
tention. It Will Pay You to Come Early
Lyons 24 and inch foulards qq
yard, $4.ro, $1.25. and ifoC
Handsome domestic "7 C
fou'ards, yard 0C
Silk and Wool Voilies
The leading fabrics of the season in
silk And wool, exquisite light weight
material, all colors, a QQ
40 inches wide s)las70
Silk (Irenadine.s in black, and new
white and black, and navy and
white effects, direct Paris importa
tions, great variety, exclusive dress
patterns, yard from $2.75 QQ
down to vsOC
Reed's Landsdowns full range of new
colors and black, very correct for
those clingy soft, gowns.
Wash Silks, handsome corded Q C
r silks, special at O0C
Dress Skirt Sale
This week we place on sale over 1,000
new spring dress skirls ami to call
immediate attention to them will
sell no Melton walking skirts, 2
rows satin band t rimmed, -j g
25 black Cloth Dress Skirts, frimm"d
with tatleta bands 2 25
30 handsome Venetian cloth dress
skirts fancy satin band trimmed,
finely tailored, all colors and black
positive $7.75 value for
J(M) other skirts in 35 or more styles
now and up to date in every respect
at record-breaking prices for ihis
Here they go several broken lots,
women's tine kid box calf enamel
and patent leather shoes, some with
the latest rope stitched extension
soles and military heels, not a pair
worth less th;in $2.50, take
'em this week at '. . . .
Free Lessons by
The famous Japanese expert art
embroiderer will be at our store in
the art department, second floor, all
this week and will give free instruc
tions in the art of embroiderering'
from 0 to 12 a. in. and 2 to 4 p. m.
We will have a special exhibit of new
For the rainy season we have the
finest assortment of umbrellas you'll
see at omul here.
To raise j.n umbrella excitement we
will sell this week
$1.50 quality silk gloria umbrellas,
tine assortment of handles Ql
at just i"TC
At 2:30 p. in. each day 25 nr
ffood umbrellas at. each utJU
Many other umbrella bargains that
wi'l be appreciated on sight.
40 doz. ladies fancy strijied hose, the
lSe kind here all 1flr
this week at IUC
10c quality, short lengths 3C-inch
percale, good dress C
sf v les, yard 0C
42-?n"eli-isr-bleached pillow i't
tubing, per yd IIU
L. S. McCABE S, CO.,
Through to Second.
Entrances on both avenues.
Cut this advertisement out, put it
in your pocket or hat, and read
it carefulli at your leisure.
We recommend Stein-ltloch Wholesale Tailored Clothes to men
who wish to wear fashionable garments, but do not. desire the high
prices of first-class-to-measure tailors, because
One The Stein-Hloeh Clothes are made only from thoroughly
tested high-grade fabrics.
Two Most of the fancy patterns are exclusive with this house.
Three The tailoring is done by the most, skilled journeymen
tailors in the most scientifically equipped tailoring establishment in
lour Rtein-Dloch Clothes are models of the latest fashions, and
bear the stamp of "correctness" in every line.
Five You can be fitted with" Stein-Hloch Clothes, ready-to-wear
the moment you want them, whether you are of normal or abnormal
build, short, stout, tall or thin.
Six A good custom tailor cannot make-to-your-measurr clothes
that will fit as well, look as well, or wear as well as Stein-liloch
Clothes, short of double Stein-Hloch Clothes prices.
why shouldn't "you give Stein-liloch Clothes a trial this season? The
new Spring and Summer styles are here for your selection.
We are showing the Long Dress Spring Overcoats. Also
Top Coats in Green and Tan Effects.
$7.50 acrid upward
S0MMERS 6c LAVELLE,
180-1 Second avenue, Rock Island, 111. ,
207 West Second Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Veilings, Veilings, Veilings.
To Improve Beauty and Protect Beautv from the
Raw Breezes of Early Spring.
We have received a new shipment of Spring Veilings. Fastidi
ous dressers will be especially interested, as we are showing
all the pompadour effects and beauty veils, also the new hem
stitched chiffon veils in all colors.
We also call especial attention fo our new draping veils in
in all the new shades, appliqued with white velvet designs.
The drape veils are more a feature of millinery than ever, as
according to the modish style the hair is dressed very low,
which requires the soft effect that only .a, draped veil can give.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
- COBXEIl TWKXTIETH STREET AND FOURTH AVEXUE.