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the Anaxrs, tiiutispay, ArniL 3, 1002.
Will bo pleasant if you
had your picture taken
1 : a vc
The Bla.kslee Studio 5
Klt'frant work, moderate
prices, new designs, you can't
fail to like them. .
The Blakslce Studio
2822 Third Are. Telephone 4533.
Gallon Canned goods at
Wholesale Prices for
The Next Ten
Fruit ami vegetables as follows:'
TaMc 1 'caches,
C. W. Horton,
3Zi Twentieth Street
JL JLg.g-g. & ZJULSjJLSLSLSJLSJLa.AJiS.SL
Ilavo "become a recog
nized, part of the Spring
Festival, and Ave have
prepared to meet an in
Kaster novelties of all des
cription, such as liabbits
Chickens, Baskets, Glass
Sugar and Panorama
Eggs, the largest assort
ment ever shown in
Ice Cream Eggs in Spun
Sugar Xest for your East
v v party is a great novel
ty, give us your order
and have the best and
1 in est made
F. J. Via til
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Coal's Out AgaJn.
Do you want an article
which will burn? Try
for cook Btove3 and yoa
will Ikj pleased.
E. B. McKown,
fliteeuuh street and First Avenue.
GAME TO BE CLEAN
Sexton Will Demand Strict
forcement of the Base
SUPPOBT TOR LEAGUE. UMPIBES
Are to be Given Benefit of AH Doubt
in Disputes 'With
President M. H. Sexton, of the
Three-1 league, is at work on his in
struct ion's to umpires to be delivered
to them when they report here April
S. Thev will be rather lenirthv this
year and prepared with the ttpeci
object of nsMiriiiir the members of
the staff that they will be backed in
all efforts to suppress every species
"Kowdyisiii in every form will lit
positively and absolutely tabooed
ind the umpires upheld in every ef
fort to make the fame clean, sail
Mr. Sexton today. "Last year thi
sort ni tn i iiir mane mv position one
of "freat difficulty to till at times and
occasioned me no end of trouble, anil
this was one of the reasons why
objected to a reelection. Now that ,
have been continued in office I eon
ider myself vindicated in the stand .
took last season and I am determin
ed to demand exemplary conduct on
the diamond from members of every
team. Of course this does not mean
that 1 will not listen to charges pre
ferred asrainst an umpire, for it will
be my aim to refrain from forming
prejudices in advance, but in every
instance I think the umpire is en
titled to the lMMioflt of the doubt, es
pecially when the question of disci
pline on the ball field is sit stake.
Oooti Treatment lias Rewards.
"The staff of umpires selected 1 be
lieve will compare favorably with
ttiat of any other of the minor
leagues. Althoiig-h we do not pay t lie
salary that some of the others d:
the manner in wliicii our umpires
were sustained last season has had
the effect of ffivin; theThree-l leagui'
the preference nmong professional
umpires over other leagues where a
larper salary is paid, tine of the
members of the present staff refused
an offer of $173 a month from another
league on the ground that Srl2- a
month and -the substantial hacking
of the management was preferable
to the biirher salary and uncertain
In accordance witJi the chancre in
the wonst i t ut ion President Sexton
March :il sent out notifications that
lues of $1110 for the mouth of April
were payable. The cash is being re
ceived with the utmost promptness,
a fact which furnishes one of the liest
indications of the baseball condition
in the town of the league.
All K-rsons hating' rubbish about
their premises are requested to re
move same to alley. The garbage
wagon will commence next week and
collect rubbish. 15. F. KNOX,
Ladle Can Wear Shewn
one sie smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Kase, a powder to be shaken in
to the shoes. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; gives instant relief
to corns and bunions. It's the great
est comfort discovery of the age.
Cures and prevents swollen feet,
blisters, callus and sore spots. Al
len's Foot-Kase is a certain cure for
sweating, hot, aching feet. At nil
druggists and hoe stores. Trial
package free bv mail. Address. Allen
S. Olmsted, Lc Hoy, N. Y.
It motes the world. Makes you
well, keeps you well.. It soothes the
bowels, purges the system of all im
purities, enriches the blood, eradi
cates brain fag and restores perfect
and normal energy. Kooky Mouiftuin
Tea. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Why Is ROYAL,
Baking Powder bet
ter tHii eny otKer ?
Because in its mammoth works a
corps of chemical experts is con
stantly employed to test every ingre
dient and supervise every process of
manufacture to insure a product ab
solutely pure, wholesome and perfect
in every respect.
The most wholesome food and
the most digestible food are made
with Royal Baking Powder.
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORC
IN SOCIAL WORLD.
me nar.i nines liuu given bv r.u-
dora Kehekah lodge No. 73 was held
ii me imiusiriai nan last evening
.with an attendance of CO couples.
Anyone appearing with a white shirt.
jewelry or patent leather shoes was
fined two cents. Bleuer's orchestra
furnished the music.
Mr. and Mrs. X. X. Coon were given
a farewell party by the (J. A. II. and
the omans Kelief corps of Mon
mouth last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
Coon have arrived in Kock Island
where they' will make their future
residence at 2412 Fifth-and-a-half ave
nue. Mr. toon is well known in this
city liavinsr been an eiiirnieer on the
C, 11. & Q. for a number of years. He
is bugler for the Illinois department
of the (i. A. It.
Fowler entertained 1
young ih'oiiIc at a cinch
party at her home, Kit) Second avenue
last evening. J'he first and second
prizes were won by A. .1. Weinberger
and Mrs. Charles MncDonuld
WANTS FIREMEN TO WORK.
Wciltrn Mayor Orders Them tn Do
Track FirmlDK HctiTeen Call a.
Mayor William Ulasmann is prepar
Ing to turn the firemen of Ogden. Utah,
Into truck gardeners as soon as the
spring season opens, says the New
York Times. The mayor is of the opin
ion that the firemen might Just as well
put In their time to good advantage
while they are waiting for some con
flagration to demand their attention,
and he has formulated this plan to
keep them from Idleness.
The city of Ogden owns soino vacant
property near the heart of the city, and
part of it is near the fire stations. The
mayor says that the firemen. Instead of
spending their time playing checkers
and rending novels, must put in the
spring and summer hoeing and plant
ing, cultivating and harvesting. He in
tends to have them raise vegetables
and other things which are marketa
ble. The crops will le sold, and tho
proceeds will go Into the city treasury.
Oreaa Grinder's Latest Accompanist.
A new development In the organ
grinder's ni t has appeared In London,
and only a law prohibiting masriuerad-
ing in the rtreets probably protects
New York from an Invasion of the
same enterprise, says the New York
Tribune. A boy dressed as a pretty
girl, with big tike bonnet and much
beflouneed skirts, accompanies the
street musician and dunces to all the
new music hall melodies. The per
formance gives no end of delight to the
youngsters and multiplies the pennies
that fall Into the coffer of the musi
Motors For Chinese.
A great deal of surprise and no little
amusement has been caused among
the Hongkong Chinese community by
the spectacle of a well dressed China
man careering niung the l'rnya on a
motor cycle, says the Hongkong Press.
The machine had scats for two behind.
and these were occupied by two Chi
nese ladies. The Chinese are not prons
to western innovations, yet the use by
them of the cycle Is increasing in tho
Held rick's Future.
Ileldrick, the crack outfielder, will
not retire from baseball this season.
but there Is little probability of his re
maining In the game after 1002. lie
has signed a St. Louis American league
contract, has furnished McAleer with
measurements and will report with the
other players. His business and fam
ily Interests will probably lead to the
desertion of the diamond next fall, but
he will he Jesse Burkett's side partner
mo next race.
Forbes In Hard Lnck.
ITafry Forbes, the bantam champion
of America, Is In Chicago suffering
from n broken right hand, nnd he will
be compelled to remain laie for some
time. As Forbes is matched to meet
.Tern Williams of Kngland before the
National Sporting club, London, Derby
week, the Injury came at an awkward
INSTALL A COUNCIL
Branch of Knights of Columbus
is Organized in Rock
NAMED TOE FATHER 0. J. ALLOUIZ
Grand Kni!it V. J. McCulIough, of
A new lodge was instituted in Kock
Island last evening which will bo
known us Allouez council No. 058
Knights of Columbus. Heretofore
the members of this order in Hock
latid were members of floras coun
cil, of Davenport, the ..three cities
having been originally organized into
As the membership from this city
became larrer it was deemed advis-
ible to organize a council on this
ode of the river, but as the policy of
the order is to have few councils and
i large membership in, each, it bo
came necessary to obtain such ior-
mission from ne national board of
I'o that end (Irani! Knight W. .1. Me
t'ullmigh, of Loras council. Haven
port, who has always labored ilili-
irenllv in the interests of the Kook
Islanders, went before the national
body at New Haven, Conn., and suc
ceeded in obtaining a charter for a
council in ISock Island which is com
posed of the Kock Island members
formerly belonging to Li-rus council
Mr. MrCnlloucb Remembered
in view of his earnest efforts in the
ihatter it was particularly lining and
gratifying to the Kook Islanders that
he should have been designated by
the proper officers to install the new
council here which he 1 1 c I last even
ing, and which was made the occa
sion for presenting him with a beau
tiful silver gold lined loving cup a
token of the high esteem in which he
is heM by his brothers of the order
in Kock Island.
The members of Loras council, of
Davenport, had been invited to be
present at the installation ami to a
smoker to follow. At an opportune
moment K. .1. Hums, on behalf of the
members of Alloue. council of Kook
Island, presented in a few appropri
ate remarks the handsome remem
brance which is inscribed as follows:
Presented to W. .1. McCulloiigh by
admiring brothers of .Miotic, coun
cil No. H5S. Knights of (.oliimhus.
Kock Island. 111.. April 2nd. 15102."
Though taken by surprise Mr. Mc
Culloiigh made a feeling response ex
pressive of his warm' appreciation of
the feeling of fellowship existing and
the evening was niosf pleasantly
spent, refreshments being served to
Order Crowing Rapldlr.
The order of the Knights of Col
umbus is growing rapidly through
the west. It has both associate
and Insurance membership, conipris-
inir in all about muhhi mcmners.
....... i. si
loiiez council starts with twenty-five
members. It has been the custom in
many instances to name the local
councils arter men vim nave neon
foremost in discovery. The local
council was accordingly named to
honor the memory of Father Claude
Jean Alloue, a 1 tench missionary
who is said to be the second while
man to set foot on the soil of what
is now Illinois. He collected data
from the Indians regarding the great
rner ( Mississippi j nerore .Manpiciic
discovery, nnd came down the Fox
and Kock rivers into this, the land or
the Sacs and Foxes. He was born in
102(1 and died on the St. Joseph river
among the lutlians in luvo.
Flint Officers of Council.
The following is the list of officers
f Allonez council elected and in
stalled last evening:
(irand Knight T. F. La Velio.
Deputy Crand Knight K. J. Hums.
Chancellor J. M. Colligan.
Warden.!. V. Murphy.
Advocate Joseph (iejger.
Financial Secretary Fred M. Hurt.
Treasurer John T. Shields.
Leeturer J. J. La Yelle.
Keeor.ling Koeretary W. 1. tiriffin.
Inside (luard John Ibirns.
Outside (luard Synon Normoyle.
Chaplain Kcv. Father W. 1. Lau-
Physician Dr. J. P. Coniegys.
Trustees C. J. Larkin, Capt. John
Streckfus. J. T. Marron.
Among the visiting knights present
..... ; t. .
were .1. l lioinpson, graii'i ivingni
f the liloomington council; J. A.
Piradloy, W. . t uiioy and l rank
Hradley. of (Jeneseo; Stephen Mur
phy, of Peoria, and T. T. Lyons, of.
Providence, Khode Island.
A Valuable Medicine for Couch and Cold
'1 have not the slightest hesitancy
in recommending t namoeriaiu
Cough Keinedy to all who are suffer
ing from coughs or .colds, says
( has. M. Cramer, hs., a well known
watch milker of Colombo, Ceylon.
lt has Ix-en some two years since
the City Dispensary first caded my
attention to this valuable medicine
and I have repeatedly used it and it
has always been beneficial. It haa
cured me quickly of all chest colds.
It is especially effective for children
and eldoni takes more than one bot-
trle' to cure them of hoarseness. 1
have iersuaded many to try this val
uable medicine, and they are all as
jwell pleased as myself over the re
I suits." For sale by all druggists.
MAYOE'S ELECTION DAY
Last Tuesday morning a proclama
tion was published over the signature
of Mayor Knox ordering that all sa
loons in the city, should Vie closed
during the hours the polls were open
and specifically announcing that all
violators if. tne law on this head
would be arresteil and prosecuted
Although a saloon in the Sixth ward
was opened in defiance of. the law
and kept so during a good part of the
forenoon, or until neighbors called
the personal attention of Mayor
Knox to the violation, it has not
hot n learned that anyone suffered ur
rest or prosecution therefor. Like
other odiots that have yone forth of
late from Ihe head of the municipal'
itv Tuesday's order apixars to Iiuvt'
been merely a matter of form.
Town Klertlon ISrtnmn.
Kdgington Fntire republican
ticket elected. Town clerk, Thad J.
sh; assessor. C. Titterington, Jr.;
oollootor, Harry Zicmor; commission
e.rs of highways, William Miller and
Pert Yunafta; school trustee, Daniel
Montgomery; poundmasters. William
Weaver anil II. 1 . uruncr. ihe prop
osition for a road tax carried by 1
Coo Kepubliean ticket elected -
Supervisor, . II. Ashdown, K., th, .
II. tiroh. D.. !(: clerk, John Mose, K
IIS; !'. Pihlmeier, D.. 70; assessor, J.
A. McConnell, K., 102. Charles Kiper,
D.. J7; collector, F.. Flicklinger, K..
llti; highway commissioner, (ioorge
Primer, K.. 5is: Fd Coo, I)., 8(5: town-
ship trustee. Homer Douse, K-, 9S;
haiies Walt hers. I).. S4.
South Moline The whole of the
eople's party ticket was elected in
the South Moline township as follows:
Supervisor. Louis O. Jahns; township
lerk, Charles A. Larson; assessor.
John C. Xcwlan; collector, (Jeorge D.
Sands; commissioner of highways,
district No. 2, (Jeorge Pustard; con
stable. William I lamer.
Moline Man Hurt.
William O'Prien. a Moline man, yes
terday while in this city became so
badly befuddled with boo.e that, in
etiirning homo about s in the even
ing, he lell nil ;i street car near i nir-
ieth street on Fifth avenue. A phy
sician was called and paione.-i up nis
injuries, which were of a temporary
atiirc, ami he was removed to his
Sunday, April 6.
YOU APE IXYITK1)"'
- to see -
James L. McCabe
The funniest affair that ever happened
Kich Comedy surprisVs. Fun Iroui
first to last.
Prices -:5c, 35c and 5nc.
DiRLCTION CHAMBERUN. KINDT COI1PANV.
Monday, April 7.
A Genuine Laughing Success
Prices 10c, iOc. v and Ve.
URTIS OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, April 3.
Grand Violin Recital
direct from Carnegie hall,
New York City.
Prices $1.50, 1, 7oc, oOe.
Seat Bale, at Fluke's Tuesday,
April 1. '
If ottes of kablleciou ua.an.rr,
0t tie of Illlno'-s, i
county of Book Inland, i
In the ClruuU Court. Mar Ter . is02
Ily GUleUnd vs.-Edward UilleUnd. la
Affidavit of non-reidence of he above B m
el. F.lwsrd G.llelard having been Mod la tbe
clerk s oJBoe ot lbs olroult Court of toe .aid
oounty, ootloe is the clom hereby riven to
lh said non-resident defendant that the
somplalnant Bled bcr bill of complaint in taid
nourt. on the chaoory side thereof, on the
3ra day of April. iwCJ. and that thereuoon a
iiimnoos Issued out of said court herein
luit ft, now pending, returnable on the firs I
Monday tn the month ot May - next, aula
by law required
mow unicsv you. tnc rn-a nrtn-remaeot ae
fesdant. El ward Mill .'land, .ball personally hfl
and appear before tbe laid circuit oourton tb
Brat day of the next ter.a thereof, to beholden
at Koolc Island ta and for said oMnty on the
first Monday in Way fni, and-plead, an.
wer or demur to the (aid complainant bill
of complaint, tho im and tbe matters and
thine therein eharged and stated IU be
taken aa oonfessed, and a decree entered
aeatnst yon aeoordiny to the prayer of taid
bill. Gsorgb W. Oamblb nrouit diera.
Rock tsland. III.. A pill rd. 190B
Ludolpn ii Kejnolds ComplaUiant'i SoUoIton.
thp anpnKTnTrkTOTo ?i
heuner & Co.
" Yf 1902
S VHjl '
' the money for you and the property i.-i
left in your possession. Let us hear
from you when in need of money.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell & Lynclo Block, Room 3S. Office hours S. a. m. to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday Evenings. Tel. 1514.
1 1 4
Plate Moildin8's. Newest
ioom Mouldings, " Paints, Oils,
ruslies, CJlas.s, etc.
For all kinds of line custom made Harness, low
prices, and the
in the tri-ci ties, call before buying1, at
Market Square Rock Island.
If ever any article merited the
mark of "O. K." the Jewel Cla.-soline
St(ve merits bitch a mark. It's abso
lutely bafe you ean not explode it;
it is clcur, odorless, smokeless, and
costs hut a trifle to ojierate. It is a
summer necessity, but in hundreds of
homes it is used all the year round
and ft lasts for a rood many years.
Conic in and sec the various sixes and
Opposite Harper lloufce.
Stylish a n
at the same
We have many
Spring overcoats at
Fine Black Fill,
Silk lined Ct c
Don't let go of your money! Thai's
good advice, hut sometimes you just
cannot help yourself. Sometimes you
not only have to let go of 3-ours, hut
you are in duty hound to olitain an
additional amount from other sonre.es.
Sometimes it is a matter of keeping
your credit good, sometimes an actual
necessity for ready trash. Whatever
the cause, if you lind yourself temp
orarily embarrassed for money, see us
about it. We make a specialty of
small loans, amounts from $10 to
1500, and can arrange a matter of
that kind on short notice, without
publicity or annoyance to you. Your
furniture, piano, horses, Avagons or
other personal property will secure
Decoration for Dining Kooms
1429. 1431. 2nd Ave.
Opposite Court House.
A well eijuipped kitchen is one of
the most certain aids Ho happiness
.You can't cook with a pleased mind
unless you have utensils at hand for
your convenience. Whether it is the
liaMer teasonf or any other, these
pranitc kitchen things will please
2821 Second Arena-