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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902.
Tells the Story
A Photograph, that has
That's the picture
the kind we take.
vou want. It's
The Blakslee Studio
3822 Third Ave. Telephone 4533.
Fuvin your ("rocerics
at the right prices?
Look ovii his list
Kgg Plums, 'J cans
lVars. 2 cans
reaches, per can
lib salmon .
(lallon table pears
Quart jar apple butter
25c box soap
le sack Fait . . .
lOo package corn starch ....
C. VV. Horton,
32rt Twentieth Street
B.B B 0 B B B-B-n..g ft B 8,8 8 P B B.g.gJLfl.1
You'll like our Uakery pro
ducts They're a.s tfood as they
look, and that's pretty
nearly ierlVot ion. Some say
tliey are jierfeet. Anyway,
we know you'll like them
as much as others have
Consider your health when
you buy an article of food
or refreshment, and buy
only pure, wholesome arti
cles Our Ice Cream, Ices,
Candies, everything we han
dle, is according to the
llJalll Oand Ice Cream
Establishment. Phone 1156.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Coal's Out Again.
Do you want an article
which will burn? Try
for cook stoves and you:
will be pleased.
E. B. McKown,
lUteenih street and First Avenue
Davenport and Evansville Playing
Only Came in Three-I
0CK ISLAND HAS ONE INNING
Decatur Itelng in Ijcatl "When
r. w. l. p.c.
Tern- Haute 1 1 0 1.000
Davenport 1 1 0 l.ooo
Hock Island W 0 0 .(WO
Cedar Kapids O O 0 .OOO
I'loomington 0 O 0 .OOO
Decatur 0 0 0 .OOO
Kvansvillr t O 1 .(M0
Koek ford 1 0 1 .000
WllrKK Til K Y l'l,AV TOD.IV.
l;M-k Island ;it Decatur.
Davenport at I'vansvillc.
Cedar i'apids at Itloomiiigl on.
Koekford at Terre Haute.
A telegram was received by I'rcsi
lent Sexton last evening asking per
mission for Kock Island ami Decatur
to play two games this afternoon at
that city to prevent falling behind
the schedule. The permission whs
"ranted, and it is supposed that- two
contests are being1 pulled off this af
The elements were unkind to the
Three-1 baseball league yesterday,
prevent inir the plaviug of all the
schedule I games except that at
ansville with DaenHirt.
It was the formal opening of
reason of VWZ and in every city
followers of the national sport were
out in force, indicating an interest
that augurs well for the success of
I lie : -cason.
In Iieeatur, w licre Kock .Inland is
booked to play three games, busim
lump's closed, anil it was observed
genera II v as a holiday over the citv
A band led the contesting te;nns to
the ball grounds, but before the first
inning hail been fini.-Iied clouds that
had hung threateningly over the citv
belched forth and the "jig" was de
clarcl off. with the score five and
two, in favor of Decatur.
Dnvenpnrt Winn Mntt.
Kvausvillc. May 'Z. -The openin
game of th.1 1 hree-I league season
here yesterday was poorly played
Kvansvillc .1 0 2 :J 'Z 0 O 0 0 S It
Davenport .n (I 1 2 2 I 0 I 'Z 12 10 0
I'atteries Polehow, Treat, Head
ings; Yettcrand Vetter, McCord, Fos
t e r. I ' n.i p i re M es s m e r .
Mullainry Hart at ItluomlnKton.
lilooiniiigtoii. May Z. the opening
of the Three-I lengue season here yes
terdav was marred by ruin. Despite
the gloomy outlook the parade, head
ed by :i band and the Klooiuington
and Cedar Kapids teams, was carried
through and 1 ,.() eople attended
I he drizzling rain finally broke into a
heavy storm in the fourth inning and
the game was called. The score was
'Z to O in favor of Uloomington. Mul-
laney, the first baseman for I'.looni
ingtoii. was badly injured in a collis
ion with Kenned v and was curried off
IT OflT t Terr Haute.
The oK-niiig game of the Koekford
Tcrrc Haute series was played Wed
nesday, a day in advance of the
schedule, in order to avoid conflict
with a big circus that held the boards
in the Indiana city yesterday. There
was no game there vesteruav.
On tin I'a-o Hall t'lrtrl.
Chicago. May 2. Ikifce bull records
made yesterday wete as follow:
National: At New York Philadel
phia o. New York "J: at Pittsburg
St. IamiIs ti. Pittsburg IS: at Boston
Brooklyn i. I oston T: at Chicago
Cincinnati O, Chicago 0 twelve inn
ings. American: At Baltimore Boston 0,
Baltimore 4; nt Detroit Cleveland 1,
Detroit -1: at St. Uitiis Chicago 2. St.
I -on is :5: at Washington Philadelphia
AssH-iation: At Toledo Milwaukee
12. Toledo 1; at Columbus Kansas
City ". Col umbra 2; at Indianapolis
St. Paul 7, Indianaxlis 4: at Iouis
ville Minneapolis 13, Louisville ten
With the first day of May the re
newal of saloon licenses for the
half year begins and the money
comes rolling into the citv exchequer.
the latter part of which makes glad
the heart of Citv Clerk Schaffer. The.
following have obtained licenses:
Peter F. PfatT, Schuerniann Pros.,
lames (liven, Mons Nelson, .1. W
Dressen, Nels Peterson. Anton Ulman,
lohn Cowden. (ins J. Stengel. Snyder
& Paulsen, ,lohn (I. Wheelan, didin De
Smith, Swan J. Sward, tieorge Schaf
fer, Pen Johnson, Max Kant and Carl
IHtn't Start Wrong.
Don't start the summer with a lin
gering cough or cold. We all know
what a "summer cold" is. It's the
hardest kind to cure. Often it
hangs on through the entire sea
son. Jake it in hand right now. A
few doses of One Minute Cough Cure
will set you right. Sure cure for
coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis,
all throat and lung troubles.' Ab
solutely safe. Acts at once. Chil
dren like it. "One Minute Cough
Cure is the best cough medicine I
ever used," says .1. II. Howies, Grove-
ton, X. II. "I never found anything
else that acted so safely and quick
ly." All druggists.
For real estate and insurance, J2.
The best ladies shoes in town for
$2 at Patties shoe store.
First class dressmaking by Miss
Helen SheHgren, K'Oti Thirty-eighth
Ducks, chickens And all kinds
choice meat at Schindler s meat
larpeis. larpeis. i-.nougn to car
pet the whole town at Clemanii &
Kcrler Pros, clean carpels and mat
tresses right. Seventeenth street.
Patties' new shoe store. Fourth ave
nue and iicvcntccnt li street. "It s a
little further, but it pays."
The big rush on the fourth floor at
( Icmann v Salmanu s for carpets
and rugs still continues.
l.ooo pounds of choice dairy butter
to Im sold tomorrow at --'- cents icr
pound at Maucker Ton it's.
The largest and most complete line
of ladies' and children's hats in the
three cities at Miss I'vrnes".
We take no back scat from any
body and if you see our stock you will
say so, too. t iciuaiiu v Sal.maiiii.
Don't fail to attend the Swedish
Lutheran fair and bazaar at Turner
hall on the evenings of May 5, G, 7, S
The ladies of the Spencer Memorial
church will close a 2-days fair at the
chapel at the east end of the city this
!uy the Kock Island l.uggy com
pany s buggies, none better, and made
in your own town. For sale at Cle
manii V Sal.mauns.
William Fineshriber wil speak to
night on the literature of religion at
i lie Temple Kmanucl. Davenport, at
7:t sharp. Kvervbodv invited.
Springfield, III., and return one fare
open ti everybody, via the
I & P. railway. May 5lh to Sth, ac
count republican state convention.
A large assortment of chic outing
hats bought at manufacturers" prices
on sale Friday and Saturday at Miss
Pyrncs. Call early and avoid the
Kev. T. .1. Shuey, pastor of the
Memorial Christian church, will go
to Port I'.yron this evening to deliver
an address before the graduating
class of the high school.
You will never leave our store be
fore making a purchase when the
good ouality of our goods and the
remarkably low prices at which they
are sold are known, t lemami &
The annual meeting of the Memor
ial Christian church will be held Sun
day morning in place of the morning
service. Keports of officers for the
past year will Ik- read. A full attend
ance or the membership is desired.
The Swedish Lutheran Kvangelieal
church will give their fair and bazaar
at Turner hall May r. 7, s and 0. A
good program, which will be changed
every evening, will be given. All art
needle work and other goods on dis
play will be for sale. Season tickets.!
0 cents; children. 2.1 cents. Single
admission, 15 cents. All are welcome
During the past week Keidy ISros
closed I lie following deeds: r.liabetli
i reiiKensuiiu to William Ixatz, resi
dence on Fourth avenue. SI..V10: Carl
iviuiains in .Mrs. i-red ricks, resi
lience. 2,.KM); Kobert Clark to An-
Irevv Peterson, cottage on Sixth ave
niie, $l.foo; lot in dreggs audition to
Miss Shea. $s;;.; lot in Sturgeon's ad
dition to Mr. Seivers. $050.
case growing out of trouble
among the inhabitants of sliautv-
boats near the mouth of the Hennepin
canal was aired in Magistrate John
son s court .vesterdav afternoon
mmiis Peterson caused the arrest of
his Ivrother, Samuel, on the charge of
Irawing'a gun and threatening to
commit homicide. At the hearing it
turned out that both the parties had
been considerably mixed up in the
trouble and the magistrate fined
plaintiff and defendant $ each on the
charge of disorderly conduct.
TAL.K OF TH1-: CITY.
Inlrrntlng to Onr Iteartrra. Hfraii.e It
Krfm to Kock lilund IVople.
It is astonishing how good news
will spreatl. r rum every ward and
street we hear of our people talk
ing about the workings of the "Utile
Conqueror." Merit and honorable
methods receive their just reward.
So many cases arc cropping up that it
is almost impossible to investigate
them all. but we have taken a few in
hand, and have given them publicity
for the benefit of onr readers. Our
representative obtained the following
statement of facts in a personal in
terview. They are truth in every par
ticular and no stronger evidence can
be obtained than home endorsement.
John Taylor of 713 Fourteenth
street, grocer says: "1 had a dull
pain in the small of my back which 1
attributed to the sluggishness of my
kidneys. There were no other symp
toms of kidney trouble but 1 was
anxious to get rid of it before fur
ther complications set in which
might le more difficult to check.
Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to
my attention and I obtained a box
from the Haria-r house drug store.
I took them regularly and although I
only used one box it was sufficient to
cure me." -'
For sale by all dealers, price 50
cents. i oster-MiIburn Co1., Puffalo,
NV Y., sole agentsi for the United
Kemerabcr the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
HIGH TRIBUTE PAID
Distinguished Clergy From All
Parts of the Country Greet
ANNIVERSARY OF O0NSE0KATI0N
Impressive Ceremonies Held
Mary's Cathedral at
The celebration of the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the elevation of I'ish
op Spalding to the bishopric of the
diocese of Peoria in Peoria yesterday
was an elaborate ceremony and was
attended by a large number of dis
tinguished clergy and dignitaries of
the Catholic church.
The services commenced at t: Ij
o'clock with a procession of all the
diocesan clergy and the Franciscan
Itrothcrs. all I lie bishops and arch
bishops marching with the exception
of Archbishop Ireland. The proces
sion formed at Spalding; Institute.
three blocks from the cathedral, and
ma relied through a dense throng to
the diocesan cathedral. St. Mary's.
Cardinal tiibbous and Archbishop lie-
land joined he procession from the
episcopal residence adjoining the ca
thedral. The weather during the
early part of the day was magnifi
cent. I!v noon clouds ha I overspread
the sky and during the afternoon a
heavy rain interfered somewhat with
The vast interior of the cathedral
was packed with humanity. I lie pro
cession occupied some time entering
the church. Cardinal tiibbous was
the center of interest a.s he marched
up t he center aisle.
Cardinal illlon l"rm-lien Sermon.
The sermon by Cardinal (iibbons
was one of the most eloquent ever de
livered by that eminent churchman,
lie chose as his text Isaiah i.. 1. .":
Arise, be enlightened, O, Jerusalem.
for the light is come an 1 the glory
f the Lord is risen upon ye." In
substance, his sermon was a review
f the growth of the christian relig
ion from the tune it was hist planted
in Koine, the center of a pagan
world then teeming with idolatry. He
traced the extraordinary growth oT
the religion, showing how it had filled
the temples of H recce and Koine, the
senate, the army and the public
places with christians, lie declared
that the cause for this was not ma
terial but spiritual. He closed with
these words: "He loyal to your coun
try and your religion. lie said that
no citien of the I'nited Slates should
be a drone in the social hive, lliat ev-
ry citizen should retain tli protec
tion by the government by an active
support of the principles of that gov-
rnmcnt, and by gladly assuming his
hare of the burdens imposed upon
Vlnitor at a Itanqtirt.
At noon the visitors attended a
lanqiiet at Spalding Institute, Kev.
raucis .1. O'Kielly. pastor of St.
Mary's, acting as toast master. Car-
linal (iibbons was the tirst speaker
mi the program, and responded to the
the toast. -Our Holy Father. Leo
XIII." "Our Church" was responded
Cy by Archbishop Keane, of Dubuque.
iVehbishop Kiordan, of Sau Francis
co, responded to the toast, "Our Coun
try. I he Clergy of the Diocese of
Peoria," was the subject of the re
marks oT Dean Keating, of Ottawa.
Dean Mackin. of Kock Island, gave
the greetings of the clergy of the di
ocese of Peoria. He concluded his
remarks by presenting I'ishop Spald
ing with a purse of $7,oo(i. After re
sponding. I'ishop Spalding delivered
an address on Hie Catholic church
and the clergy. He wns followed by
Kev. Francis .1. O'Kielly, who spoke on
"Our Jubilee Day."
The jubilee services concluded last
night with the lecture of Archbishop
Ireland, of St. Paul, on the Christian
priesthood. It was an eloquent ad
dress and the church was crowded to
Scholrhli Kndowpd by KnlffhtB.
I'ishop Spalding received a check
for !ft,0(M) from Spalding council.
Knights of Columbus, of Peoria, for
the purpose of endowing a scholar
ship at Spalding Institute.
There were .100 priests in the city
in addition to a distinguished list of
prelates. The church dignitaries in
attendance were: Cardinal Oibbons,
Archbishop Ireland, Archbishop
Keane, of Dubuque; Archbishop Kain,
Archbishop Kiordan. Itishops ( ia briels.
of Ogdensburg. N. Y.: McOuaid, of
Kochcsler. X. Y.; P.yrne, of Nashville,
Tenn.; Foley, of Detroit, Mich.; Mcss-
mer, of tircen Day, Wis.; Shanley, of
Portage, S. 1).; Cotter, of Winona,
Minn.; Scanncll, of Omaha. Neb.:
Purke, f St. Joseph, Mo.; Duane. of
Dallas, Tex.; (ilennon, of Kansas City;
Muldoon, of Chicago; Kyan. of Alton;
Janssen, of Pelleville; Mueller, of Co
lumbus; Conaty, of Washington,!). C
and the heads of many religious in
stitutions and schools.
Ilrwid fol Attack of Whooping Cough.
Mrs. i:ilen Ifarlison, of SIX) Tark
Ave., Kansas, City, Mo., writes as fol
lows: "Our two children had a se
vere attack of whooping cough. One
of them in the paroxysm of coughing
would often faint and bleed at the
nose. Ye tried everything we heard
of without getting relief. We then
called in our family doctor who pre
scribed Foley's lloney and Tar.
With the very first dose they began
to improve and we feel that it has
saved their lives." . . Refuse substi
tutes. For Bale by all druggists.
IS MADE UNANIMOUS
The real contest in the republican
congressional convention of the Fif
teenth district, held at Galesbur:
yesterday, was not over a candidate
for congress, for (ieorge W. Princ:? was
nominated by acclamation, but over
the recommendation for state com
mitteeman from the district.
The convention proceedings gave no
indication of the contest, for John
H. I earce. of Kevvanee. was recom
mended without opposition. C. K
Niuvley, state canal commissioner.
also was a candidate, but the Adams
county delegation in its caucus voted
I he opposition to snivi'ly was on
the ground that he already holds an
important state position. On the
other hand, the Snively men deny that
the convention's recommendation
has any binding force with the state
delegates. Pefore the convention
opened it was evident that opposition
to Mr. Pcaree would be futile. Con
grcssinan Prince in an extended ad
dress defended bis vole against th
Cuban reciprocity bill.
Ililiousncss is a condition charac
terized by a disturbance of the diges
tive organs. The stomach is debili
tated, the liver torpid, the bowel
constipated. There is a loathing of
food, pains in the bowels, dizz.iiuv
coated ton erne and vomiting, first of
the undigested or partly digested
food and then of bile. Chamberlain
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the
disturbances of the stomach and ere
ate a healthy appetite. Thcv also
tone up the liver to a healthy action
and regulate the bowels. Try them
and you are certain to be much
pleased with the result. For sale by
Try the new re
nes s, Cha 111 be r I a i n's
er Tablets. Kvery
Price 2."ic. For salt
ucdy for cost I vet
St oinach a ud Li v-
Peware of sul
rs in place of
ley's Honey and 'far, Foley's
Cure and Paniur Salve. Di
dealers for a little extra pr
try to palm off
lions in place of
ieines that have
years, and thus
of ihcir victim
these valuable iued
stood the lest of
jeopardize the lives
For sale by all
FresK and 5 5 3
5 5 Fragrant Tea
To suit the most fastidious taste
mav be foimd at. our store. Se
lected blends 10 to 00 cents a
pound.- Nothing; finer grown.
Warranted as to purity and qual
ity. We make a special! v of pure,
lii"p;h ;rade teas ami coffees. Our
prices, you know, are always low.
Ami onr customers are assured
of prompt attention and satisfac
20:0 Fifth Avenue.
We try to have our work pive
satisfaction, such as will win
the confidence of all who leave
their watch repairing with us.
We want you to feci that when
you leave your watch with ns
for repairs the work will lc
done to the lesl of our ability
and in a competent ruauncr.
It is our ambition to arid to
the reputation we already es
tablished of ilofii"; honest and
thorough watch repairing. We
guarantee all work.
Telephone 842 (Ireen and we will
get your clock and repair it right.
M. H. Schillinger,
Watchmaker and Optician.
229 20th Street. Eyes tested free.
You can be cured of any form of tobacco fixing
easily, be made well, strong, mani-tir. full nf
new life and vior by takinK KO-TO-BAC.
that mtkri wealc men strong. Many RRin
teu pounds In ten days. Over BOO. OOO
cored. All drupjrmt. Cure ctiarantcd. Book
let and advice FREE. Address STERI.IN3
REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 437
PRICES THAT ATTRACT and
QUALITY THAT SATISFIES
km ill I i
si M i
hcirarr & Co.
I Uilemsyer & Sterling,
S 1721 Second Avenue.
- - . 1 -0 I'ti J.I
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell fc Lynde Block, Room 38. Office hours 8. a. m. to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday Evening's. Tel. 1514.
HARTZ fa ULLEMEYER, Prescription Druggists.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Plate Mouldings. Newest
Room Mouldings, Paint:
rnslios, Cilass, etc.
P. J. LEE,
The largest line of bicycles and supplies in the tri-cities,
THE NEW BICYCLE DEALERS.
MYERS & VOLLERTSEN
Are now ready for business with
sundries. Wheels repaired and kept
promptness at a reasonable juice.
Kimball Hon Block. I'avenport.
Lakeside Hotel and Cottages
This charming summer1 resort hotel is situated on the shores of beau
tiful and picturesque "J.ake Pipin," the Hudson river of the west for beau
tiful scenery. The lake is 3 miles wide and 30 miles long. The pure and
bracing air of Minnesota bring youth and bounding spirits with almost
the first inhalations. Tine furnished cottages in connection with hotel.
Music, dancing, golf, tennis, fishing, bathing. Kvery thing first-class. Kates
reasonable. Write for terms before you locate for summer. Up Missis-;
slppi by tcaiucr to Frontcnac. Open May 15 to Oct. 1.
t J. K. HAXL, Proprietor.
s)(St.v? ?XfXSVS) (.r&f&i&eKiXS
In all our
All the new
For spring at
YES. IT'S SURPRISING.
How the best of us at times over
estimate our resources and spend
more 1h:ui we really should have
done. I levities 1 here is always some,
extra and unavoidable expense which
we nor any one else could forsee.
Fact is, we are all liable to find our
selves short of a little ready cash at
limes an-.l il sometimes worries us to
know where we are to p;ct the
amount needed. Come to us. We
make a specialty of quick loans, in
amounts to suil, on furniture, pianos,
horses, wagons or oilier personal
property, which is not removed from
your possession. The matter is ar
ranged privalely and on terms most
reasonable. (Jive us a call when in
need of money. We'll let you be the
judge of Our methods and reliability.
Nature gives us the
are so slow as to fail
hints and few
Summer surroundings are greatly
marred by buildings shabby for want
of painting, and wonderfully im
proved by our celebrated paint. We
have :!7 shades in these paints to se
lect from. They are as "cheap as
the cheapest" and as good as the
best. Ask for a color card.'
With paint you will want brushes,
varnishes, etc., we. have the largest
stock of the best goods in the city.
I'cmcmber the place.
Docoration Cor Dining Rooms
1429. 1431. 2nd Ave.
Opposite Court House.
a large stock of high wheels and
in otticr. All work done with
308-Twentteth Street. Kock Island.