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THE ABGTJS, AVE DN -ESP AY, OCTOBEB 15, 1902.
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This the great money saving sale on rec
ord will close this week at the Big Store.
And the enormous sales in and out of town
the past three weeks have demonstrated
how the public have appreciated our saving
I Avail Yovirselves of the Last
Z Bring your friends and buy this week.
Bargains on Every Floor
of this the biggest Furniture and Carpet
and Stove house in the three cities.
CLEIil & SALZMANN, !
ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS. f
A L. ADLER BROS. &
Co.'s finest Ready-to-wear
Clothing in the
United States now
ready for your inspec
tion. They fit Prices
right, too. Just around
the corner. You know
ROCK ISLAND. ILL:
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BURRfS AGAIN CHOSEN
Rock Islander Reelected Master
of Illinois Grand Lodge Col
E. G. MOORE IS ALSO HONORED
Today's Session Taken Up "With
Routine Business The Char
ily llall. .
The most worshipful grand lodge of
She colored Masons of Illinois, in ses
sion here; this afternoon, proceeded
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It. E. MOORE,
Chicago, Secretary Illinois Colored Masoni.
with the election of otlicers for the
year. Slow progress was made ami
at a late hour only two ollices had
been tilled. 11. K. lturris. of this city
was reelecteil grand master, and 11.
K. Moore, of ChieaRo, was chosen
srratid secretary. 'I"he morning' ses
sion was jfiven tip entirely to roiilint
The business of the ineetinjr it wa
expected would be finished this af
ternoon. This evenini; Kin' Solomon
lodjre, of this city, will frive a.batxpu-t
at the hall to the visitors. Tomor
row the delegates will isit the sit
of the Prince llall Masonic home in
South Kock Island.
1111 a Fine Affair.
Last evening a charity ball wa;
given at the Armory for the benefit
of the Prince Hall Masonic home thai
was one of the most successful evei
held by the colored people of the tri
Kock Island. Ta.ter Illinois
cities. Ihe affair was under the aus
pices of Kureka comman:lery. Knights
I'emplar. and many knights from on
f the city were in attendance. The
total number present was little shot i
All the members of the Masonic
fraternity appeared in full refralia
and the scene was very much on the
imposing order. Illeuer's orchestra
furnished the music, to which danc
ing of the yood, old-fashioned kind
is carried on till :i o'clock this
morning. A very respecinoie sum
was realized to apply on me ouuoiog
fund of the home for the widows and
hildren of colored Masons.
GoeH Like Hot Cake.
"The fastest selling1 article I have
.. '..t. f 'e
in my store, writes umgisi . s.
Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. Kings
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, because it always
cures. In my six years oi sales it nas
never failed. I have known it to save
sufferers from Throat and Lung dis
eases, who could get no help from. the
doctors or any other remedy." Moth-
rs rely on it, , best physician pre
scribe it, and Ilartz & LUemeycr
guarantee satisfaction or refund
price. J rial oolites iree. Keguiar
sizes, sue ana $i.
Spnt More Than St.OOO.
W. V. Ilaker, of Plainview, Neb..
writes: "My wife suffered from lung
trouble for 13 years. She tried a num
ber of doctors and spent over $1,000
without relief. She became very low
and lost all hope. A friend recom
mended Foley's Honey and Tar, and.
lhanka to thus great remedy, it saved
her life. She enjoys -better health
than she has known in years." In
fuse substitutes. All druggists.
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CLUB TALKS NEW BRIDGE
K. H. Gayer Favor Location at Brstow
Advertlslor on Knvel
ope luxation of the hridfc'e Uoek Island
and Henry counties propose erectini,'
over Kock river was the chief topic
Iwfore Ihe monthly membership
meeting f the Ktck Island C'iub last
eveninjr, K. H. (uiyer givinr a compre
hensive explanation of the situation,
in which he favored lhtrstow over the
other two points discussed, Colona
and Cleveland, from the fact that the
former opened into the main high
ways to Moline and Kock Island.
Aid. (i. . McCaskrin addressed the
meeting on a plan he is advoeatin
for the printing of advertising mat
ter net tiny forth the advantages of
the city on all envelopes used in bus
ir.ess correspondence by people of
this city. Appointment of commit
1ees on both questions was ordered
with instructions .to investigate and
ENGINE IS DAMAGED IN
WRECK ON ROCK ISLAND
Train No. 42. on the Koek Island
which left here at 1:1.1 yesterday af
ternooiu hit a freight at P.nrenti
Junction and the consequent block
ing1 of the track delayed the evening
trains an hour or more. The collision
was not a serious one. no one being
hurt, but the engine is laid up for
repairs and several cars were broken
up. The freight was partly on a sid
ing when the passenger struck it
from the si le.
Train No. 12, also on the Koek Isl
and, was delayed on the Missouri di
vision today by a wreck and ti id not
arrive till the middle of the after
noon, eight hours late. A car was oti!
the track near New l'.righton.
A special car containing a party
f officials headed by II. .1. Slifer, the
new Kock Island general manager
passed through the city westbound
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE
KNOX-NOTRE DAME GAME
A. K. Klliott, manager of the Knox
o I lege football team, was in the city
today completing arrangements for
"he game to be played here Nov. S at
the Twelfth street park with Notre
Dame. Mr. Klliott is pleased with
'he accommodations- alTorded here
i ml predicts that one of the fastest
contests in the west will he the result
f Ihe meeting between Knox and
Notre Dame, both teams having- al
ready shown their steel this season,
i loth are much stronger than last
;eason and will be in prime condition
Colored Masonic Grand Lodge.
by the arrival of the date on which
thev are scheduled here.
The Ladies of the C. A. K. last even
ing entertained at a hard times so
cial at Memorial hall. A large lium
ber of members of. the younger set.
including a large delegation of the
local Naval Reserves in uniform, were
present and the evening was spent in
happy fashion, with cards and other
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Harper have
issued imitations to a dancing part;
to be given at Ihe Harper house next
Tuesday evening, Oct. 21.
Oat of Death's JawH.
"When death seemed very near
from a severe stomach and liver trou
ble, that I had- suffered with for
years," writes P. Muse, Durham, X.
C, "Dr. King's New Life Tills saved
me and gave perfect health." Best
pills on earth, and only 23 cents at
Hartz & UUemeyer's drug store.
Forty Yearn' Torture.
To 1m relieved from a torturing dis
ease after 40 yearn' torture might
well cause the gratitude of anyone
That is what DeW'itt's Witch Hazel
Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, Ohio.
He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve cured me of piles after 1 had
suffered 10 years." Cures cuts, burns,
wounds, skin diseases. Heware of
counterfeits. All druggists.
We sat at the table together,
She cast a shy glance over at me.
She certainly looked like an angel;
Oh, Charley! Please order ine Rocky
T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
TO SETTLE DISPUTE
Return Came Given Ceneseo.
High School Football
WILL BE PLAYED HERE OCT. 23
Locals Go to Clinton Nest Saturday-Strengthening
The (ieneseo high school team will
be given a game of football with the
local high school team at the Twelfth
street park Thursday afternoon, Oct.
2.1, at which time the dispute over
the residt of the game last Saturday
will be settled by trial of battle.
There will be no school on that date
on account of the teachers being in
attendance upon the meeting of the
Northern Illinois Teachers" associa
tion at Kockford.
At Clinton Saturday
The game with the Clinton high
school team next Saturday will be
played in the Iowa city. The outcome
of the match is waited with inter
est. Clinton high school usually has
i strong team, but the character of
this year's aggregation has not beer
learned here and the local players
will go to meet an adversary of un
Coaching Sbowlne Ilenults.
From the beginning of the season
the local team has been strong in de
fense, but now the offensive work is
being looked after and it must be
said that Coach llrown has done won
ders in the past two weeks in pro
moting accurate playing and speed. .
Charles Cox departed last night for
a visit in Omaha.
Miss Amy Henderson left this morn
ing to visit several days with Miss
lSeuiah Cook, in Pekin, III.
Mrs. D. T. Matthews and daughter,
of Milan, left at noon today via the
Kock Island for Phoenix, Ariz.
Mrs. .lames Hritton and son, Jamie,
of Wayne, Neb., are guests at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. K. Ilradford.
Dr. II. N. Mover, of Chicago, who
testified yesterday in the Sensibaugh
case, left last night for Kansas City.
Fred (Mock, of Whitney, Ind., re
turned home today after a visit with
his brother, Henry (iloek, of this
II. Kenton Ilonens, of Chicago, ar
rived this morning for a couple of
weeks' visit with tiis parents in Mi
(i;v. Yates dined at the Harper last
evening', with a party of political
friends. After his address in Moline
he left for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Taylor arrived
today from Cloquet. Minn. Mr. Tav
l r will return tonight, but Mrs. Tav
lor will isit in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Datis. of
South Koek Island, li-ft via the l'ur
linglon last evening for Phoenix.
Ariz., for the benefit of the former's
Justice and Mrs. W. F. Sehroeder,
C. I!. Knox and J. M. Valentin re
turned last i ven'ii from Vt;Oii?i
ton. where they Mendel t!t. '. . K
C. F. Lynde, who has been located
in the Indian Territory for several
months, being interested with Guy
ISowman, J. F. Darby and others in
the land and investment business, ar
rived home last evening.
Hotel Arrivals Harper House: J.
M. llayer. Moorhead. Dak.; Kichard
Oglesby, Springfield; Dr. W. K. Tay
lor, Watertown; John H. Parker, Wa
tertown; J. W. Gould, Moline; H. J.
Peterson, New P.righton; Charles K.
liorrier, Chicago; ,). J. Kyan. St.
Louis; William Kdson. Philadelphia;
C. W. Fredenburg. Chicago; F. S.
Keed, Chicago; M. M. Kenning, Chica
go; M. J. Friedler, Chicago; T. J.
Chadwick. New York; W. Stevens,
Chicago; K. L. Hoist. Chicago; T. II.
Kockwood, Chicago; C. C. Weeks. Chi
cago; Kd Mayer. (.Iiicago; Kugene K.
Cox, Chicago: O. T. Dennier. Chicago:
P. J. Henry, Kockford; K. V. Wallick
Fairfield, Iowa; William Simpson.
Joliet; J. II. Loo per, Chicago; W.
Chase. Cleveland; II. K. Keynolds, Chi
cago; W. H. Gordon. Chicago; -.1. M.
Slamniet, Chicago; M. Kaufman. Chi
cago; K. J. Garry. Chicago; K. Kmer
son. Chicago: I. ISerkenfield. New-
York; K. P. Fisk. Providence; John
Carry, Chicago; II. A. Moore, Kich
mond, Ind.; J. N. Maekin, Chicago,
I. H. Hurst, New York; A. K. Drown,
Chicago; F. (J. Iluchan, ltacine. Wis.;
J. Adler, Chicago; George I. Salier,
Oshkosh, Wis.; C. C. Kobb. P.elle; J.
11. Knssell, Chicago; J. Krickson,
Illoomington; J. W. Davis, Chicago;
Gov. II. Yates. Springfield; L. S. u-
Calie. city; N. Fischer, New York; J.
(i. Johnson. . Pea bod v, Kans.; F. A.
Sprague, St. Louis; C. It. Price. St.
Louis; G. W. Sinclair. St. ,ouis; Oscar
Kosenberger, Detroit: A. K. Klliott.
Galesburg; K. (J. Johnson, I'.eards-
town; A. K. Talbot, Lincoln. Neb.
Koek Island House: F. M. Khode..
Davenport; T. II. Payne, Owcnsboro.
Ky.; K. Price, Mexico; William S
P.lock. M. 1)., Port Dyron; It. D. Wil
bur. Peoria; M. D. Toml'iison. Cable:
J. N. Oldham. Decatur: J. G. Grosse.
St. Louis; Julius Linke. Port I'.vron;
II. W. Lee. Peoria; T. 1'. Van Sant,
Kansas oty; Mrs. George A. Smith.
Sears; Mrs. C. II. Dibbern, Sears; Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Spach, Chillicothe, Mo.
Ribbon lO. 12 1-3
3.000 yards ail silk
4p taffeta ribbons, all
tumiB, ill i u i fc
widths, up to No.
60. per yard C
Special Display of Art Needlework
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 16 and 17.
On these dates we will have on exhibition the finest dis
play of embroidered Pillow Tops, Scarfs, Centre Pieces,
etc., to be found in this country. You are cordially in
vited to come and inspect this line. You can secure ideas
and information that will
appi oticuiuj; uuiiuay istsitaoix.
Exquisite Stamped Pillow Tops. Centre
Pieces. Etc.. at 25c. 50c and 75c
A shawl is a mighty handy wrap
to have around the l.oue. We are
showinir a new lot of shawls
I which we think the best and cheap
1 est it has been our good fortune to
Take Thvae aa Sample.
.Shoulder Shawls in cheeks, plaids
. and plain colois 3iie nr
Morning Shawls, tine all wool,
Larjre sized single
Fancy Beaver Shawls, up 1 QQ
from I 5 O
Sash Brooches. Cheap.
' Special lot of oxidized Sash or Belt
Brooches and Xeck Brooches in
' new designs cupids, rococeo
work, empire effects, etc., stylish
' and all that; you've paid up to
50c for them, but for this Ifl
lot we say IUl
L. S. JVlcCABE & QQ
Light and heavv weight Coveits,
cut in the short Fox styles
Men's line fall suits made of snap- JfjfCG 50
nv stvlish brown and gold mixed
Cheviots and Tweeds
Men's trousers, a line selection
the famous "Duchess" make
Our Boys' and Little Fellows'
Clothing department is complete with nobby, well fitting suits
and ov-rco:it No mother should miss seeing th: s'ock of cloth
ing for lit 1 1 - mei. as it will In a r-rtving in money to her.
1801 Second Ave., Koek Island.
Von cannot afford to buy a hat without examining our unrivalled
display. livery new and smart idea in millinery rc-civcs its lirst in
troduction to tri-city ladies in our store. Our millinery ' is so at
tractive that it is impossible for any one to resist. I'se good judg
ment and compare our styles with others, they are absolutely un
approachable. Brandenburg Millinery Store,
Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
AT THE RICH r PRICE.
A. KOBB & CO.,
Ill) Eighteenth. Street.
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65 pieces, handsome
stripe and figured
, wool waistings, the A
new designs, worth
upto9c yard, tor 2
etc, 59c and
be valuable to you for the fast
4H 1--Je liiirraln Carpet fx
All wool, extra super, new pat
terns, sjeeial for balance AQln
of week, at, per yard. . . . T"0;C
58 1-Se UruHHeU Carpet RH l-o
Extra Brussels, new patterns in
floral and oriental effects, with
or without liorder; special for
balance of week, rnl.
per yard OOiC
10c Pictures 10c.
We have just put on sale 2,500
large pictures with mat in a big
variety 01 subjects, many of Z
them copied from famous works 5
of art. These have sold as high J
as 50c in manyplaces, but
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Price $5 to
Price S2 to
207 W. Second St., Davenport.
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For fans, but our fixtures
arc the warmest that ever
Gas, Electric, Com
bination & Portables
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