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THE AltGrTJS, THURSDAY, MABCIT 13, 1902.
No Easter Card
is more interesting tlian a
.None will give jour friends
We have some at;ractive de
signs to show you.
Come in early anil engage a
The Blakslee Studio
1822 Third Ave. Telephone 4533.
Don't let your money go until
you get its value in return. We
not onlv give von full value for
everything vou huv of us, but
in many instances save you from
10 to 20 per cent.
Xote the list:-
20 lbs granulated sugar.. .$1.00
1 sack patent Hour MH
8 lbs oat meal 2
1 can tomatoes, 1 can com
1 can beans, 3 for 2.1
3 lbs dried apples 2"
3 lbs dried peaches
Rears. 2 cans for 15
(Jrcen gages, 2 cans for... b
Kidney lcan, per can 05
Ki d cherries, j-r can 10
Apples. 3 cans for -25
C. W. Norton,
335 Twentieth Street
We make a feature of attrac
tive Confectionery. DELI
, CATE CREAMS. RELIABLE
STICKS, WHOLESOME TAF
FIES. You buy it in bulk or
fancy boxes, ' and remember,
every bit is of good quality.
Woodland Goodies and
Butter Scotch Marsh
mallows, they are fine
OUR ICE CREAM AND BAK- -ERY
DEPARTMENT is always
Complete, and can give you
everything in that line.
F. J. JVlatli
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
CoaJ's Out AgaJn.
Do yon want an article
which will burn ? Tr j
for cook stoves and yon
will ho pleased.
E. B. McKown,
ITiiteeuiii street and First Avenue.
LOCALS LOSE AGAIN
Outings, Davenport, Take Three
Straights on Rock Is
land Alleys. .
THE ' SCORES AEE CLOSE
Home Bowler in I'oor Form, the
Highest Average Relng
'he local ImiwIits were defeated
three straights in the match between
teams represent ing the Kock Island
Club nd the Outing club, of Daven
xrt. hist niiflit. Tlie contest occur-
red on tlie Hock Island Club alleys
and there v:rs a large number of the
followers of the sport out to witness
The results of the match follow:
. . i::i
h rohn . .
. . 1 2!
The averages of th
iMiwIers were: Price
HJ i-x .lohuson i::
".7 2-::. Dolly l-' --n.
Mnllnr Alley Wurplnr-
The St. Julien bowlers, of this city.
this evening phl.v Ihe third game of
the series of five arranged with the
Moline All-Stars on the Third street
allevs in Davenport. When the
series was arranged it was specitied
that if tlie teams were tied after the
fourth contest the fifth was to be
played on an outside alley, but the
Moline alley is now in such bad shape
that it has been practically nban-
I (bmed for match games. The floor is
being warped by dampness and the
All-Stars will be compelled to playoff
all games now scheduled on outside
GETTING MILLS IN SHAPE
FOR LUMBER CUTTING SEASON
A large gang of men is at work
making repairs at the Weyerhaeuser
& Denkmaun saw mill preparatory
to beginning the season's work. It
is exjiected the saw mills in this lo
cality will start about April 1. There
were enough logs wintered here for a
lieginning and it is thought there
will be no difficulty in getting more
within Ihe next two or three weeks.
At present there is some talk among
lumWrmen. of a shortage on account
if the early breaking up of the win
ter in the pineries, but it is not
known here at this time how far the
rumor are warranted by the facts.
Coold Nut Itrcath.
011211. colds, croup, crip, bron
chitis, other .throat and lung trou
bles, are quickly cured by One Min
ute Cough Cure. One Minute Cough
Cure is not a mere expectorant,
which gives only temporary relief. It
softens and liquifies the mucous,
draws out the inflammation and re
moves the cause of the disease. Al-
solutely safe. Acts at once. '"One
.Minute Cough Cure will do all tbat is
claimed for it," says Justice of the
Peace J. I. IIoihI. Crosby. Miss. "My
wife could not get her breath, and
was relieved by the first dose. It has
leen a benefit to all my family." All
'I suffered for months from sore
throat. Kclectric Oil cured me in 24
houis." M. 8. Gist, HawesviIIe, Ky.
For a third of a century Ameri
can housewives have found Dr.
Price's Baking Powder invaria
bly a guarantee of pure, delicious
and wholesome food..
Always mates ttc perfect biscuit.
Ncate and bread.
Price Bakino PowoEh Co.,
TO SHORTEN THE LINE
Ieprl K'x tension of tlie I., K. I. & V
W. May be Uetl by the
A report is going the rounds that
the C, H. &- i). is contemplating mak
ing use of the D., K. I. & X. W. ex
tension to Carbon Cliff and the right-
of-way beyond that place in shorten
ing Ibe main line South if here. At
present the line in passing through
Rarstow and t'olona goes consider
ably out of the way and an extension
of the proposed Moline & Peoria from
Carbon Cliff to connect with the pres
cut line of the Burlington at Rriar
IJlnff or possibly even -tit Warner or
Orion would effect a cutting off of
about 10 miles. very important sav
ing. It is s:iid work on this improve
luent is to be begun as soon as possi
ble this spring.
An unotticial report conies from
Omaha that .1. Francis, general pus
senger agent of tlie .l;iirbnrton
M issouri , lines, is to succeed P. S
Kiistis as general passenger agent of
the Chicago, Rurliiigton X- Quincy
lines, with headquarters at Chicago
Mr. Kustis will become general traffic
manager of the entire system. Mr.
Kraneis will I ie succeeded bv Lucius
K. Wehley. for several years general
passenger agent of the Missouri lines
at St. Louis.
TOR ENCAMPMENT VISITORS
J lie ciiicrlaiiimeut commit tee ar
ranging for the (I. A. I. encampment
is not receiving is many communica
tions from those who will be able to
accommodate visitors in the city
during the encampment week as had
been ho)cd. 'I here will be several
thousand people in the city lietweeii
May inclusive, and the hotel
and regular hoarding house accont
nidations will be utterly inadequate
It will be necessary for private par-
til's In come to tlie rescue or tlie en
tertainment committee in a liber.nl
manner. In order to facilitate mat
ters a blank form has been prepared
to be filled out and sent to the chair
man. W. C. Mancker. who is arranging
a catalogue of available boarding and
bulging places which will be placed
in i the hands of the visitors upon
i heir .arrival In the city.
Following is the blank, which 'may
be cut out, filled proiierlv and sent
Can lodjre Persons
Cost of lodging per night, each....
Can serve meals to Persons
Cost of each meal
Cost of lodging and meals per day.
I.a irlpp Quickly Curoil.
"In the winter of ls'JS and 1S99 1
was taken down with a severe attack
of what is called la grippe," says F,
L. llewett, n prominent drutririst of
Winfield, 111. "The only medicine I
used was two bottles of Chamber.
Iain's Cough Remedy. It broke up the
cold and stopped the coughing like
magic, and I have never since been
troubled with grippe."' Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy can always be
dejended upon to break np a severe
cold and ward off any threatened at
tack of pneumonia. It is pleasant to
take, too, which makes it the most
desirable and one of the most popu
lar preparations in use for these ail
ments. For sale by all druggists.
To Curo Cold In One Day
Take laxative IJromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on, each box. 25c.
. No matter how long you have had
lie cough; if it hasn't already devel
oped into consumption Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup will cure it.
Bainff powders made from alum
and other harsh, caustic acids are
. lower in price, but inferior in work;
and injurious to me siomacn.
NAME THE VICTIMS
Republican Aldermanic Candi
dates and Delegates
SEVERAL LIVELY WARD CONTESTS
Democratic Caucuses Called lor This
, Evening at M
Candidates for aldermen were nom
mated as follows at the republican
primaries yesterday afternoon:
First ward William Wilkens.
Second ward Abe Kosenlield.
Third ward Frank 15. Hawes.
Fourth ward George W. MeCas-
, Fifth ward Frank E. Robbins.
Sixth ward William Kennedy.
Seventh ward A. (!. Anderson.
1 lie committeemen elected are
First ward, first precinct, Fred Carl
son; second precinct, .1. II. toirdner;
Second ward, first precinct, J..
Carse; second .precinct, 15. S. Hurling
Third ward, first precinct. W. D. Call
second precinct, C. II. Harris; third
precinct, E. P.. Kreis; Fourth ward
first precinct. Fred Smith; second
precinct, F. W. Weisler; Fifth ward.
first precinct, George McDonald; sec
nd precinct, I!. W. Olmsted; Sixth
ward, first precinct. E. W. Schoede
second precinct. 15. F. Kaiighman;
Seventh ward, fiirst precinct. W. 1
Sprague; second precinct. Samuel
Kver son; third precinct, W. J: (iam
Delegates elected to city-township
enliven 1 1 in r '' ' ;
First ward G.' lvtmer KlakselV V,
E. Kilimer, Dan Lucas. John llladel
J. C. Ruck. J..H. Gardner. J. D. War
nock, Georjre Wittick. Alfred Peter
son. Geortre Hastings, Charles
Sehnert. Carl Yretman. Lloyd Stanim
Second ward M. II. McKinley. Will
im Pratt. Jr.. A. W. Johnson. Harry
Gilmore. J. 15. F.ckhart. H. D. Folsom
lohn I :i la ii . alter Johnson. William
Kckerniann. Ezra Wilcher. John
Thomas, Dr. (i. L. Eyster. August
Liudbloom. J. Lefstein, W. H. Snirden
P. J. Wagner.
rhinl ward ' C. J. Searle.
I. L. Vandcrslice. Frank Lar
on. Kalph Haverstick. 1-'. R.
Kreis, William G. Pittman. h red
Uinck. F. O. Van Galder. . P. Quayle,
L. G. Edilv. L. Hlanding. F. S
Rrouch. Don Shaw. Add Gest. James
Fourth ward Dr. E. M. Sala, Jo
seph Kosenfield. Henry Stelck. Will
iam Stengel. Arthur Judson, r red
Pollard. P. F. ( ox. L, C. Pfoh. Ed
'iraiidenburjr. J. T. Xiftsker, J. 11
Lieiltke. F. W. Kinck. C. F. Gaetjer.
1' D. Sweenev. A. C. Campbell. C. E
Adams. . -.1 .
Fifth ward II. II. Cleaveland. El
mer Stafford. David Noftsker. Frank
Kelly, Russell West. Thomas Dolly,
Dr. A. II. McCandless, M. Colligan,
Cordt Voss. Louis Stremmel. W. II
Liiulholm. Paul Cleland, Nie Hrueser.
Sixth ward W. F. Schroeder. C.
Herman. John Sehoessel. Dr. J. r
Myers, Henry Lange. S. McMahon
Jr.. F. P. Welch. James Mcinaid, r
C. Schnitzer, Henry Frank. Roliert
McConochie. Ed W. Schoede. David
Stephens, Sr., John, Mold.
Seventh ward C. L. Ackerlmd,
Ceirge C. Walbck. Charles Morrison
Samuel Uverson, Andrew Soderstrom,
A. E. Nelson. Peter Rasmussen. J. A
Itexell, James S. McRride, C. A. Hall
iM-rg, Joshua P.rooks, Karl Hutchin
son. ( arl a. Aniiersun, .lonn v. lo
gins. Chris Danielson, J, K. Scott
ames A. Muse. Frank Sperling. An
drew Peterson. Frank Miller, helix
Henke. C. II. Heuck.
How Voting: Went
In the first ward William Wilkens
was renominated lor alderman over
John C. Ruck by a vote of 119 to CO.
Abe IJosentield. whose candidacy has
from the first been looked upn as a
joke, won out in the Second, putting
Dear Old Charley" Oberg to the bad
at a ratio of 145 to 1(K. It was Abes
first turn as a ixilit ician, but he will
not see the point or the joke until
the first day in the month of foolish
ness. Frank Hawes 'was oj top of
the heap when the battle subsided in
the Third. His adversary was Simon
Lewis and the vote was 161 to 141. In
the Fourth A. J. D. Moeller was drop
ped by the wayside for the strenuous
(Jeorce Washington McCnskrin. The
vote -was 165 to 62.. Rut how the
mighty have fallen! The last time
MeCaskrin wan before the political
limelight It was in the role of a can
didate for congress. Aid. F. E. Rob-
bins had no opposition in the Fifth.
Tlie contest there was over the in
dorsement for the assessorship nom
ination between J. I Freeman and
A. D. Cox. Tlie Freeman delegate
ticket won by a vote of 150 to 106.
Kennedy Makes Ft Finish.
Piet Loge refused to be interviewed
at the close of the Sixth ward pri
mary. Hftwever, friends enjoying his
confldenceWere heard to say that he
was thoroughly disgusted witn tne
tactics that had been employed by
the Kennedy-Cary push. Phil Weber
seemed a sure-winner in the opening
heat, but he slipped at the finish.
Pete Dethlefs also ran. Kennedy
proved himself the old war horse of
old. The vote: Kennedy 137, Weber
116, Loge 45 and Dethlefs 42.
In the heat of the contest for the
aldermanic nomination yesterday af
ternoon Aid. William Kennedy and ex-
Policeman George I. Xissen came to
blows, but before either had been
figured friends interfered. Officer land piles. Only 25c at Ilartz & Ulle
Pearson arrived-during the progress I mej-er's drug store.
of the trouble, but when he learned
that one of the city dads was implicat
ed, he took to the tall timber. Nissen
was "one "of the leaders of the Weber
forces, anil had double occasion for
anger at' the opposition because of
being defeated himself for ward 'com
v A Ui. A. (. An;lerson bad no opposi
tion in the Seventh. The ' delegates
Whose names appear above are to
meet in, convention in Turner hall at
7:30 tomorrow evening to nominate
I a township ticket
DEMOCRATIC CAI CI SKS TONIGHT.
(iood Aldermanic Candidate to lie Nomi
nated In Several Ward.
The democratic caucuses are to be
held this evening at 8 o'clock' at the
First ward Reiswinger's barber
Shop, Fourth avenue and Fourth
Second ward Naab's meat market.
1 welt th street and Jieventli avenue.
Third ward 1401 Second avenue.
Fourth ward Commercial hotel.
corner Third avenue and Seventeenth
Fifth ward Dose house on Twen
ty-second street, between Fifth and
Sixth wurd Hose house on Twen
:eventli ward 112 Fifth avenue.
opposite Kock Island tlepnt.
Every .democrat in the city should
lie present at his caucus. It is but
necessary to place before the eople j
the right kind of men to win. De
mocracy never bad a better show in
a municipal campaign. Among those
who have bet n mentioned by friends
as aldermanic possibilities are: First
ward. William L. Aster. Daniel -Mc-
Kinney, Charles Weinberger, Robert
Heck, Mat Runcher. Second. Carl
Nabb, If. Kinner. Frank Rlochlinger.
E. C. Kerry an.l W. H. Ward. Third.
James Price, John Schlemmer, Otto
P.irkel, Dan Corken and P. J. Lee,
Fourth, Charles Mcllugh. Valentine
Dauber. Henry Frick, Charles Rleuer.
Dr. J. P. Comegvs. Fifth. Chris
Schillinger, J. W. Welch. John P
Molly. Kouert Wagner, I. A. iviuler.
George Scherrer. Ives Hon re. J. A.
Murrin, M. , II. Sexton. W. 15. Me-
Intvre, and William Trefz.- Sixth,
lohn MuUrone, Fred Calkins,
H. D. Elwell. Seventh. J. W.
Lawhead. J. E. Larkin. James Me-
Cann.'Paiil Thiessen and J. H. Kerr.
The democrats of South Rock Is
land will hold their caucus at the
town hall this evenincr.
The democrats of Rowling are to
hold their caucus at 2 o'clock Satur
day afternoon. March 22. at Pleasant
Ridge school, to place in nomination
a town ticket.
THE PIANO NEXT DOOR.
neighbors, all musical, day after
On that horrible instrument ceaseless
flie young ones play scales and their
elders the "Ops"
Of eoinposers m vogue at the various
And if the whole family chance to go
Then the servants iro in for a musical
Thumping musiu-hnlt songs with no
s they rousrhilv assault that piano
If indeed 'tis a fiend in that instru
And embitters my life
with its ear-
I'm unable to say; but
I think 'tis
tor by. niiiht and bv day it is never
nd whenever I wake, b
what it may.
I am certain to hear it impulsively
A succession of tunes it continues to
Tin i audibly curse that piano next
Refore I get up at high pressure it
It is tinkling away when I seek my
Resources quite new it for torture re
Mien, with wool in my ears, I am
taking my meals.
If I'd sit down to rea? or would work
wih a will.
With its out-of-tune wires it accom
'Tis in vain that I threaten or meek
It is deaf, though not dumb, that
piano next door!
Of my one happy home it a mockery
The amenities out of existence it
It is spoiling a temper once mild and
It is making me I must admit it
nd worse than all this (the whole
truth let. me own)
In dispair, it has led me to learn the
For 'tis only, methinks, by that in
can play down that noisy piano
From The London Truth.
A Horrible Outbreak
Of large sores on my little daugh
ter's head developed into a case of
scald head," writes C. D. Isbill, of
Morganton, Tenn., but Rucklen's Ar
nica Salve completely cured her. It's
a guaranteed: cure lor eczema, Tet-
dis-Jter, salt rheum, pimples, sores, nlcers
Tills is a
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new clothiers and get the Latest
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Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 38. Office hours 8. a. m. to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday Evenings. Tel. 1514.
iVIEN'S SHOES 1 $1.98
To clean up a lot of broken lines of $2.00, $2.50
and $3.00 Men's shoes in kid, coltskin and calf
leathers. Heavy extension and medium soles.
We have put them at a price that Avill move
v$1.98 A PAIR
See them in our east window.
CENTRAL- SHOE STORE.
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If ever any article merited the
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it is clear, odorless, smokeless, and
costs but a trifle to operate. It is a
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and it lasts for a good many years
Come in and see the various sizes and
Allen , Myers
Opposite Harper Bouse.
$! V ; jf
QUITE A PROCESSION-
At the present day inthe pro?ieiity
of the seasons, there is quite a pro
cession of dol ars, but they very frs-
piently seem to go to "the safes of
t hose w ho need them the least. We
have taken upon ourselves to supply
cash to those who need it most. We
will loan it to you on your furniture,
piano, horses, wagons, or other per
sonal property. We do not remove
the property, the transaction is pri
vate and vonlidential and the term for
repayment can be arranged so as to
give you am pie opportunity. Amounts
to suit you. There is no doubt about
our ability to provide what, you want
at a reasonable rate., We would like
to have an opportunity of serving you
in this way.
J712 SECOND AVENUE.
line. Burlaps, Crepes,
. 419 Seventeenth Street.
A well equipped kitchen is one of
the most certain aids to happiness
.Vou can't cook with a pleased mind
unless you have utensils at hand for
your convenience. Whether it is the
Easter season, or any other, these
granite kitchen Ihings will please
vou. . .
1821 Second Avenne-