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TRIBUTE TO DEAD
COMPLAIN OF A FROST
THE AEGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902.
Saving each and evcrj' one of our ads?.
Remember you have until Saturday at
-i p. m., when the atU--inust be tied up
into neat packages and left with us.
is now the order of the
day and ecouomy -means
much to the thrifty housewife.
CLEAN UP: See us for new matting ami rugs.
CLEAN UP: Set? us for new summer draperies.
CLEAN UP: See us for a good refrigerator.
ILock Island Buggies, Carriages
iCLEMANN & SALZMANNI
We will be found at OLD
POST OFFICE, Mitchell
& Lynde building, on or
about June 1. This will
be our temporary quar
ters until our new three
story building will be
Banks and Several Business
Houses Close During Rob
LARGE CONCOURSE AT RESIDENCE
Impressive Services Conducted
Uem. Frizzelle, William
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL
The mortal remains of the late
.lames Frank Pobinson were laid at
rest in the family vault in Chippian
nock cemetery today. Services were
held at 10 o'clock at the bereaved
home on Twentieth street in the pres
ence of a cong relation of sorrowing
friends that more than tilled the avail
able room within the residence.
The Jast rites were nerformed in
the central corridor near the foot of
the stairs. There were no flowers, by
special request of the family, and the
services were of the simplest char
acter. After a scripture reading- by Itev.
It. (I. IVarcc, a hymn was rendered
by a choir composed of Prof. F. L.
Philbrook. .1. A. Johnson. S. .1. Col
lins. Sewall Dodge, Mrs. C. A. Walk
er. Mrs. .1. W. Cran.lall, Miss Carpen
ter and Miss Taylor, this, as a subse
quent iiuihImt. being rendered with
After prayer by Itev. .1. Y. Fri.zelle
Itev. It. li. Williams delivered a brief
but eloquent address. The speaker
said it was useless for him to attempt
to pronounce a eulogy upon the life
of the departed, even as it were use
less to attempt to describe the beau
ties of a flower with lhat beautiful
creation before the eyes of his au
ditors. The life of Mr. Robinson was
so well known to those assembled
lhat to enlarge upon its fulness
and christian devotion would be su
pertluous. Suffice it to say that lit
was a ntnn whose deeds simke his
praise louder than any yords could
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uo. .iiiu one wnose ciernai reward is
as certain as the dawn. The closing
number bv the choir was '"Lead, Kind
.The concourse that attended the
remains to the cemetery was a very
larg: line and the services there con
sisted of a prayer and a hymn. The
pallbearers were Capt. M. L. Hender
son. Dr. K. :. Morey. F. K. Ithoads.
John T. Noftsker. li. H. Castecl and
Col. C. I.. Walker.
Out of resect to the memory of
the deceased all the banks of the
city were closed from 10 till 1 o'clock
today, ami the Itock Inland Shoe fac
tory. Lightning Medicine plant, of this
city, and Argillo works, of Carbon
Cliff , in which Mr. Itobiuson was in
terested, suspended oiH-rations.
Gov. Cummins' Staff Members Say
They Were Shabbily Treated
by Illinois Kxecutive.
The following1 story is found in the
Des Moines News
"Silent minors supposed to emanate
from members of the staff of Cov
i minimis relative in a reuun given
them at the encampment of the Illi
nois ;. A. It. at Itock Island by tJov.
Yates and staff, who were supposedly
the hosts of the occasion", have given
rise to considerable indignation and
the promise on the part of certain
members that if the 'millionaires, as
Yates staff is designated, ever come
to Iowa they will be given a lesson
in what, is due and at the same time
shown how people are 'done in
"Adjt. Oen. Hyers upon his return
from Itock Island was immediate v
called to Cedar Jtapids on account of
high water at the state rifle range
ind the circumstances could not be
uoiaineu until ne returned last night.
is not tnsposeii lo eretnt any in-
Mm. KliM-k at ICeat.
Funeral services over the remains
of Mrs. Kathcrinc Itinck were held at
'I o'clock yesterday afternoon from
the home on Seventh avenue,
being conducted by Itev. C. A. Men
nicke. assisteil by a quartet of sing
ers from the choir of the tierman
Lutheran church. The burial took
place at Chippiannock cemetery, the
four sons. Fred, I'ernard, John and
Henry Itinck, her brother. William
Cordes, and nephew, Frank Kracke,
f -Moline. acting1 as pallbearers.
The funeral of Mrs. Letitia Payne
took place at 1 o'clock Sunday from
the Methodist church in Hampton.
Itev. Wood, pastor of the church of
ficiating. The pallbearers were six
grandsons. Warren, Jeremiah, Charles
and Frank Svkcs and Pen and Clar
James Calllapp Dead.
James Oillapp. an old man living ii
a shanty-hoat with his two sons at
the west end of the city, died last
night. He was 07 years of age am
will probably le buried at Ihe ex
pense of the county. Death was due
to neglect and old age. Dr. Foster,
county physician, says he sent the
anion l a nee twice to the old mans
habitation to have hint removed to
St. Anthony's hospital, where he
could be properly cared for, but in
each instance the sons refused to al
low his removal.
The case of Andrew Kepple against
the Itock Island r Peoria Itailway
company was iiegun iefore a jury
yesterday afternoon. Kepple claims
flO.oOO damages for personal injuries
alleged to have been sustained while
crossing the Peoria tracks in Coal
Valley last season while the" elevation
of the tracks' was in progress. The
plaintiff is represented by Kenworthy
Kenworthv, while Jackson, Hurst
S- Stafford appear for the defense.
The case of Talfy against Mayer
was dismissed and in the case of the
Vople's Power . company against
Smith judgment was entered by com
mon consent for $103 against the de
What Thin Folks Xed
Is a greater power of digesting
and assimilating food. For them
Dr. King's New Life Pills work won-
Jers. They tone "and reg-ulate the
digestive organs, gently expel all
poisons from the system, enrich the
blood, improve appetite, make healthy
Hesh. Only 25c at liartz & Ulle-
A novel feeling of leaping, bounding
mpiilsen goes through your body.
tni feel young. . act young, and are
oung, after taking Kooky .Mountajn
tended slight of the staff, but charac
terizes the entire entertainment, with
the exception of a magnificent break
fast served by private citizens, as ex
tremely raw. He tells the story of
"When the special car with the
staffs of (Iov. Van Sant, of Minnesota.
ml (liiv. Cummins, of Iowa, arrived
at Kock Island the entire party was
invited to breakfast. After that in
iccordance with what they deemed
proper they visited the headquarters
of (iov. Yates and staff at the Harper
house. I'pon entering their uuarters
'there was no stir made by the hosts,
who stood around chatting and laugh
ing, apparently oblivious to the fact
that there were new arrivals. A long
wait, ensued and then Adjt.. !en.
livers, who was ersoiially acquaint
ed with the Illinois executive, ap
proached and greeteil him. (Jen.
Hyers introduced the other members
of the staff, but (iov. Yates took no
further notice and the Iowa party re
tired without hating met the others
at the headquarters.
"'(iov. Cummins arrived at Itock
Island at noon Wednesday and the pa
rade started shortly afterward. (Iov.
Yates and his party were mounted
ami tiov. i ummins was also an eques
trienne party. Gov. Y.ni Sant was
astride a line charger, but his staff
were in carriages. The Iowa party
was the largest and particularly well
rcceiveu. nut at the close or the pa
rade no attention was paid to them
The three governors were whisked off
to a luncheon and detained long af
ter they were to have met the staff.
(iov. Cummins protested and was in
formed that a messenger would be
sent to invite the staff to the opera
house, where the governors were to
peak. The Iowa p:irlk waited for
some word until about !:?.( p. m. and
then retired to their car.
'Failing to understand why his
staff hail deserted him and the ar
rangements at me opera house were
knot fully carried out, (iov. Cummins
asked the members of the staff for
an explanation. That was the first
he had heard of the treatment ac
corded them and w:rs far from pleas
ed. He was esiM-ciallv incensed tiixm
learning that the car where his staff
was quartered had not been visited
:itxall. Now the entire party of lowa-
ans would like to show the 'million
aires how things are done in Iowa.
So far as the encampment commit
tees had to do with (iov. Cummins and
his staff they Wre given every atten
tion that they could reasonably ex
pect on such an occasion, having a
prominent, place in the procession,
etc., but if (iov. Yates and others
handed them the' frosty the people
generally of Itock Island are exceed
Line of March for Decoration Day
Observances in Rock
MARSHAL W.' T. CIIANNON'S PLANS
Organizations That Are to
Part Flowers Are
Maj. . T. Channon, marshal of the
day, announces that the line of march
of the .Memorial day parade will be
-rorm on Sixteenth street, right
resting on Third avenue, march east
on third to twentieth street; north
on Twentieth to Second avenue, west
on Second to Fourteenth street,
where the column will halt and open
ranks, while marshal and band will
escort (J. A. It. and speakers to stand
to be erected at the west side of the
court house square.
Make-l p of Parade.
The procession will be composed
of the following:
Platoon of Police.
Trumpeter X. .'. Coons. '
Marshal W. T. Channon and.Aides. II.
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11. t leaveland. John )hlweiler,
II. A. J. McDonald,
liugle Corps, fith Itegiment. I. X. O
Company A. fith Itetriment. I. X. (J,
Second Division. I. X. M.
II. C. f leaveland Camp. Sons of Yet-
Puford Post. (5. A. It.
Speakers and Guests in Carriages.
.Memorial Day Flower.
The committee in charge of the ar
rangemeiits tor t lie .Memorial day ex
ercises requests that those having
flowers to place upon Hie soldiers
monument, have them at the monu
ment early in the morning so that
the decorators can use them.
The school children are asked to
prepare bouquets for the decoration
f the graves at Cliippia nnock ceme
tery, and to have them at the court
house monument bv S a. m. Friday.
Itichard Crampton, Jr., of Chicago,
is visiting with relatives here.
Mrs. Fred Warning, of Quincy, is
visiting with Mrs. Kffi.e Dunsmore.
Mrs. Charles McIIugh returned this
morning from a week's visit in Chi
W. D. lladfield, commercial agent
of the T. P. St W.. was in the city yes
Mrs. L. I. Wilson, of Princeton, who
has been visiting in the citv. returned
Miss Krdmann, who has been visit
ing Mrs. Koloff, of 714 Xinth avenue.
returned to Geneseo this morning.
INDORSES UNION LABOR
The following resolution, presented
by John P. Dolly, was adopted by the
ltetail Merchant a.-. ;icia t ion at its
meeting last evening:
'Whereas, This age is recognized a.
one of-advancement of education and
organization ;uid it having become
necessary for each craft to orj-auiz.'
in order to secure for each individual
the share; Which will enable him to
keep himself and his family comfort
able; therefor' be it
. "Resolved. That we. the ltetail Mer
chants" association do hereby favor
organized labor and give our s.ipport
to Carpenters' union No. lCfi in its ef
forts to secure the employment of
home labor under fair and just condi
tions and will employ only carpenters
carrying the current working card of
the union on any and all work that
we may have done in the future."
I'he action was taken after-a pre
sentation of the case of Carpenters'
union Xo. lf0 by J. J. Ford. J. C.
Huck and Henry Lohse it being
charged that one contractor was in
the habit of bringing carpenters to
the city and paving them at a rate far
below the scale, but at the same time
charging as much for his work as the
President Kingsbury on motion of
W. H. Itoberts, was instructed to ap
oint a committee to act with com
mittees from other organizations in
interviewing the council in the effort
to secure improvement ff Longview
Several of the grocers present ex
pressed themselves as considering the
request of the clerks for the closing
of their stores on all holidays as un
fair, insofar as proprietors of other
lines of business had not been sim
ilarly petitioned: and further, closing
all day, especially on such short no
tice, would entail considerable loss in
perishable goods. A resolution was
finally adopted that all business
houses close ot noon on Memorial
In this connection there was a dis
cussion of the promiscuous signing of
petitions, many feeling that all mat
ters of inixrtance should come be
fore the- ossoeiat ion for consideration
oeiore memners individually pass
THIR9 AVENUETHROUCH.TO SECOND
GENUINE SILK WORMS
For the past few days we have had 1,000 real silk' worms busily eating
away in our store. They are curious worms for about two weeks after
hutching they do nothing but eat, eat, eat osage orange leaves day and
night they keep busy all the time. They have commenced to spin the cocoon
from which conies the indispensible silk that is used in so many articles of
dress and iu other ways'. As fast as they accumulate we shall give these
Cocoons to customers at our store. You can see the spinning in the west
window on Third avenue now.
GREAT RIBBON VALUES
Kibbons are in greater demand than ever liefore, for neckwear and dress
trimmings they are prime favorites
Splendid bargains have lieen arranged for this week.
Lot 1. 10c yard
Corded, satin ribbons, plain and
fancy up to 2 inches wide, worth from
lfc to 22c per yard.
Lot 2, 15c yard
CORDED SATIN KIBIiONS
Including white and black, up to 3
inches wide values 25 to 3m a yard.
Lot 3, 25c yard
Up to 6 inches wide, linest satin
ribbons, Worth 38e to 50c yard, all at
Lot 4, 25c piece
Black velvet ribbons, satin back, very
scarce, values 4uc, per piece, 25 cents.
Ribbon bows and sashes made free.
Thousands of waists to choose from
and lower prices than ever.
Fancy percale waists,
soft collars and cults
White lawn shirt waists.
tucked front and back
Fancy K-rcale and madras
many worth fl and f 1.25
very special at
Beautiful white lawn waists, ff
all over hemstitched only.. . ,hUU
Very large assortment of all kinds
of parasols. The best of the new
styles are on sale the new linens and
Two lots of
Black Silk Parasols
Plain taffeta hemstitched and silk
gloria with 4-inch rullle, plain and
carved ebony sticks, handsome and
serviceable parasols, worth fl.62
and $ 1.75 your choice 1 1Q
both lots ImlU
All kinds of children's parasols up
FOR GRADUATES AT CUT PRICES
Roses and carnat ions fresh every day
from our green houses. You can tele
phone your orders they will be
promptly and carefully attended to.
On Tuesday and Wednesday we will
have a Special Sale of Potted Plants
suitable for Decoration Day. Prices
begin at 3 cents.
Well tailored, from the most fashion
able materials, all tlie popular color
ings that are now and up-to-date. You
will find in this lot of suits at
Also showing a tine assortment of
men's llaimel outing: suits, 5 to
Headquarters for straw hats.
SOMMERS 6c LAVELLE,
1804 Second avenue, Rock Island, 111.
207 West Second Street, Davenport, Iowa.
The reserved seat sale w ill ojien to-their approval or disapproval that is,
morrow at Lloyd's at 9 a. m. Friday
evening. May 30, Spiering's orchestra.
(Jrace nn Valkenburgh, Florence
Chamberlin ami Clenn Hall, soloists.
Saturday afternoon. May .11, Spiering
orchestra. Jeannette Durno and
Charles Clark, soloists. Saturday
evening. Spiering orchestra, Cene-
vieve Clark Wilson. Sidney F.iden.
in instances where their signatures
are. sought; excepting, of course, in
matters where public sentiment is
unanimous, the secretary was in
structed to formulate a resolution
embodying these views.
Stand I.Ike m stone Wall
XJetween vour children nnrl
Herman Distel and Hubert Untler, tortures of itching and burning ec-
Sciatic Rhconutlim Cared After Fourteen
IlultU I'p wl Congrt-Mman.
"I have been afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism for 14 years," sas Josh
Edgar, of (leriuantown, Cal. "J was
able to be around, but constantly
suffered. I tried everything I could
hear of, and at last was. told to try
Chamberlain's Pain Halm, which I
did,' and -was immediately relieved.
and in a short time cured, and I am
Jiappy to say it has not since return
ed." Why not use this liniment and
get well? It is for sale by all drug
zema, sea Id head or other skin dis
eases. How? why, by using liucklen's
arnica oaive, earth s greatest healer.
Quickest cure for ulcers, fever sores.
salt rheum, cuts, burns or bruises.
Infallible for piles. 25c at liartz &
A LeMon In Health.
IIealth3' kidneys filter the impuri
ties from the blood, and unless they
do this rood health is imoossimV.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound kid
neys, and will positively cure nil
forms of kidney and bladder disease.
It strengthens the whole system. For
Caps for Infants
and Shirred Hats
for the Little Girls
The shirred hat is the warm weather hat for the little girls.
What recommends this hat is that it is cool, and that the ruffled
edge makes it so very Incoming. Another recommendation is
t hat It is so very cheap.
We have a large line, including pretty corded
wash hats . . 1 tLC
Then we have hats with soft ruflled edges and nr
shirred brims, and Tarn O'Slianter Crowns, for fcOC
In the infants caps our special prices for this week OC-
8c. 12c, 18c. OC
And we also wish to direct attention to our line line of French
caps. We have them made of all the different materials Val
enciennes laces, embroidery, and the plain hemstitched linen
that all the mothers are asking for.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue, Rock Island.
Call on us
four blades this
year. Just out
119 18th St
Tea. 35c. ' T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
sale by all druggists.