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THE AIIGTJS, TIIUBSDAT, FEBRUARY "20, 1903.
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J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
1 P. O., Rock Island, 111.
It's Quality That Counts
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In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 00 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your' re not paying for dirt, refuse
or iinburnnbles. The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton. will"
talk as loudly as a carload.
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PRIZE RING RULES
Suggested m ifoe. Atmb!y to
oexxie a uispuxeuver max-
ter of Fact.
SHERMAN AND SEANAHAN WBOTH
Trouble' Only Iteaches the Chinmu
sic Stage, However House Adopts
the Itemize Itesolution
Springfield. Ills.. Feb. 2(1. In the
house yesterday morning Curtis, chair
man of the committee on appropria
tions, reported the joint resolution
agreed upon by the committee last
week requiring state institutions and
heads of departments to itemize appro
priations. It was reported as a sub
stitute for the Sherman resolution on
the Fame subject. Sherman wanted
to know why 'the report of the com-
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v v 'fj
mittee had been delayed a week. Cur
tis replied that there was no inten
tion, to delay the report, but that it
had not been submitted before because
he had been unavoidably absent. .
Illnaker Move to Strike Oat.
IUu.iker offered an amendment strik
ing out the words "the seijate concur
ring herein," thus making it a house
resolution instead of a joint one. kind
ly explained why the committee had
agreed upon a joint resolution instead
of one to b 'adopted by the bouse
alone. He "said that the house was
only one of the brunches of tlm gen
eral assembly ami that it was desir
able to have uniformity of action in
the two houses. He said that there
was no puriHseof making political cap
ital out of it.
Sherman Drops Into Si.rra.atn.
Sherman paid that he was gra titiel
that there was to be no polities in the
consideration of the resolution. 'I
would be still further grieved," said he.
"if any aspersions should he fast upon
the grave and tlignltied senators who
are transacting business with unusual
rapidity at the other end of this cap
itol. I will be still further grieved if
there should be any question about the
character of the conference commit
tees that will ultimately be appointed
under the regulations of that body, for
under these regulations undoubtedly
the gentleman from I'ond on the other
side of the hall Lieutenant Governor
NorthcottJ will see that proper confer
ence committees are apiointed to expe
dite the purposes as well as the spirit
of this resolution." Iaughtcr.
SLIGHT UNPI.KASANT.MESS OCCUKS
In Which It la Proposed to Adopt Mar.
iuts of Queennburjr Kales.
Sherman closed with a declaration
that "Once for all I want to say that
when once this resolution goes to the
senate it will stay there until the milk
cows give good June butter before
It is acted upon." I Laughter. Then
Chiperfield spoke against the amend
ment and rtundy and Allen for it and
next Shanahan got the floor. Ife said
that six years ago he had started the
first crusade lor itemizing appropria
tions in the house appropriations com
mittee, but that he got a chilly recep
tion. "Four years ago," said he, "I again
attempted to. have the appropriations
itemized. The gentleman from Kan
kakee Curtis was chairman of the
committee, and the gentleman from
McDonongh Sherman was the speak
er of tlds house. Tlie appropriations
committee said that it could not be done.
1 brought the matter before the house
steering committee and the honorable
speaker of the house said that this
could not be done; that this was only
one part of the legislature; that the
senate also passed on these appropria
tion bills, and that unless we got the
consent of the senate it could not be
done. For that reason we now present
the matter in the form of a joint reso
lution." At the conclusion of Shauahsn's
speech Sherman rose to a question of
.privilege.' "I understand the gentle
man from Cook to say," said he, "that
four years ago the speaker of -the
house at that time said it could not
fEdacatTonr Bowels With Caaearttt
S'?T PVrPi ?.urJ? constipation forenws.
18c, & it i-rj, C. nil, drnsgista ref and mono,
be done, in reference to the Itemizing
of appropriation bills. Do I understand
Shanahan I beg your pardon; I did
not say he said It couid not be Item
ized; but. he did say -it could not be
done without the concurence of the
Sherman I wish to say that I did
not say anything of the kind, and that
It is absolutely, nntrue. I hope the gen
tleman from Cook understands Yvhat I
Shanahan I hope the gentleman un
derstands what I -fay-
Curtis I move that w eadopt Mar
quis of tjueensbury rules. Laugh
ter. Further speeches lu opposition to the
RInaker amendment were made by
Curtis. Wilkerson and Arnold, while
Itinaker spoke further in support of it.
Tlie roll call was then called on the
amendment and it was adopted
yeas, 82; nays, i'A.
The yeas were: Allen, Austin, Back
us, Reltler. Black, IUlsh, Bouleware,
Bowles. Browne. Brundage, Bundy,
Burke. Burton, Bush, Busse. Carrillon,
Castle, Cnerry. Christian, Church, Clet
tenburg, Cooke, narrow. Davis, Des
mond. Drew, Elliott, Eskew, Farrls,
Fligal, Gray, Groves, Hardy, Hinds,
Hughes, Iseriran." Johnson, Kerrick,
Knolla. LIsh. Luke. Lurton, McClena
than, McKlvaiu. William McKinley,
McMauaman. McNulty, McKolierts,
Meeteren. Minnis. Montellus, Moran,
Mundy.Milrray.Xorden, Noyes, Oldam,
Parish, Patterson, Patuson. Pederson,
Fendarvis. Petrie, Pullen. Itapp, Uice,
Rinaker. Russell, Schlagenhauf, Sher
man, Shurtleff, Stevenson, Stewart,
Tibbetts. Tipoit, .Trautmann, G. T.
Turner, Underwood, Wallace, Weare,
Webster and Wilson 82.
Absent and not voting: Arrand, Ed
wards, Ijiurence, J. O. Miller. Struck
man. Tice and J. W. Turner 7.
The resolution as amended was then
adopted on a viva voce vote without
OTHER IlfSINESS TRANSACTED
Governor Send in an Appointment Ac
tion Taken on Tropated Law.
Springlicld. Ills.. Feb. 2;. In the
senate yesterday a message was re
ceived from Governor Yates transmit
ting the appointment of Charles E.
Smiley, of Dupage county, as a mem
ber of the board- of trustees of the
State Training School ' for Girls at
The following bills were passed:
Providing for the examination, ngis
tration and licensing of trained nurses;
providing that short-hand reporters of
the circuit court iu Cook county shall
1m appointed only on the order of the
board of county commissioners; per
mitting trustees of estates to continue
the investment that come into their
hands when -r.ppointed; providing that
the towns of Berwyn and Oak Park
shall be und.T Jhe jurisdiction of the
election commissioners of Cook coun
ty. A bill providing that the wives of
veterans who are now inmates of
the home at Quiney shall also
be admitted t the home met with se
rious opposition when it was called
up on third leading, and it was sent
back to the committee on state chari
table institutions for amendment. Per
ry, who led the opposition to the meas
ure, said that he was strongly In fa
vor of a provision being made for
the wives of needy old soldiers and
sailors, but that it was an impossi
bility to provide for them now at the
soldiers and Sailors' Home, as tke
institution was already crowded to its
utmost capacity, and a nrinber or
worth' old soldiers and sailors were
unable now t gain admission on that
The following bills were read
a second time and ordered to
third reading: Prohibiting the sale,
distribution or ift of intoxi
cating liquors within 2.000 feet of
the grounds of the National Soldiers
Home in Danville; establishing n state
board of de:ital examiners; licensing
barbers and barber shops.
One of th-.v bills introduced pro
vides that the maximum charge for
the storing and handling of grain shall
be as follows: For the first fifteen
days or part thereof, one-eighth of
1 cent per bushel and for each five
days or part thereof after the first
fifteen days one-sixteenth, of 1 cent
per bushel. For damp grain, or grain
liable to early damage one-sixth of a
cent per buskiel for the first ten days,
and for each additional rive days or
part thereof one-sixteenth of a cent
In the house a resolution was pre
sented by Church, and referred to
the judiciary committee, which de
clares "That a convention is necessary
to revise, to alter or amend the con
stitution of this tate and that the
question of the calling of such consti
tutional convention shall be submit
ted to the electors of this state at the
next general election, as provided in
article 14 of the present constitution."
Among the bills introduced were the
following: To prevent fraternal insur
ance companies from using any part
of their reserve funds for expenses;
making an appropriation of Jl.'.OOO to
erect a monument to Mary A. Bicker
dyke at Galesburg; to regulate charges
at stock yards, allowing a charge of
20 cents for horses and cattle. 5 cents
for sheep and hogs, a rrolit of not
exceeding 00 per cent, on feed, no
charge for water or for counting In or
out; to amend the law against fur
nishing liquor to minors and drunk
ards, by making it unlawful to "sell,
give, or deliver" liquor to such per
sons; making.it unlawful for an ex
press company to sell money orders or
billa of exchange. The penalty Is a
fine of from J 1(H) to $o00.
Both houses adjourned to 10 a. m.
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FOUR fiTORE ADDED
Manager Donnelly Forwards Con
tracts of Additional
HAS A FIFTH ON THE STRING
Confident That Winning Team Has
Been Secured Within
Manager Frank Donnelly, of the
Rock Island baseball team, has for
warded the contracts of four play
ers in addition to those whose names
have already been published. They
are Al lfecht, of Cleveland, Ohio; Ted
Green, of Rock Springs, Wyo.; Reg
Co fen, of Springfield, .Mo., and James
Briesley, of Pictou. Col.
The manager, does hot state what
positions the new men will play, but
he says lie has made ''terms with a
catcher whom he is'4.ire is all right
and hopes to have the contract sign
ed in a few days. With this catcher
and Manager Donnelly himself there
are now .: men ready to report at
this city April 15. A number, how
ever, will never be asked to put in an
appearance, better men having been
signed for their places since they
were put on the list.
few I.axt Tear'a Player.
. The only last- season's men who
have been retained are George Gra
ham, Dan O'Leary. Ed Smith and
Charles Case. .Manager Donnelly is
confident that he has picked a bunch
well within the salary limit that will
make any of the others in the league
go Mime before the llHKJ pennant is
MOLINE TO GET THE
NEXT ANNUAL TTJRNFEST
At a meeting of the executive coun
cil of tlie Chicago district of turners
yesterday afternoon it was decided
to hold the next annual turnfest at
Moline July 3, 4 and 5.
Active preparations have already
begun. Various organizations in dif
ferent jxirtions of Illinois are branch
es of the Chicago district. Kudolph
Lauterlwch, of Chicago, and Adolph
Oppenheimer, of Moline, were ap
pointed the head of the technical
The program f events as arranged
thus fas is as follow;: High jump,
broad jump, high broa.l jump, shot
put. and 100 yard dash. Wrest ling ami
apparatus turning will also lie among
the athletic contests. Oratorical and
literary contests will be a feature.
'Public notice is hereby given to all
persons interested, that the under
signed, Tri-City Hallway company,
will, at a meeting of the city council
of the city of Kock Island, to be held
at the city council room March 2
next, at the hour of S o'clock p. in.,
present a petition to said city council,
praying that it will grant to the un
dersigned, Tri-City Railway company,
the right to construct, operate and
in:i"t ain. for a period f "0 years, a
single or double track electric street
railway, with Ihe usual and necessary
appurtenances and appliances, to run
its street cars upon, along, over and
across the following streets and ave
nues in said city of Kock Island, to
wit: Beginning at a point on Fighteenth
avenue in said city at the southern
terminal of Twenty-second street,
there to connect with the street car
track from the west; thence east on
Eighteenth avenue to Thirtiethstreet;
thence north on Thirtieth street to
Fourteenth avenue, there to connect
with the present line at the corner of
said Thirtieth'strcet and Fourteenth
avenue. Also commencing at a point
on Ninth avenue at the intersection
of Twenty-fifth street and running
thence west on Ninth avenue to Twenty-first
slreet; thence, north on Twenty-first
street to Sixth avenue; thence
west on Sixth avenue, using the pres
ent street, car track to Twentieth
street; thence north on Twentieth
street to Fourth avenue, connecting
there with the street car lines at that
TRI-CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
By James F. Lardner, Secretary.
Kock Island, 111., Feb. 19, 1903.
A Mother' Recommendation.
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a number of years and
have ito hesitancy in saying that it is
the best remedy for coughs, colds
and croup I have ever used in my fam
ily. I have not words to express jny
confidence in this remedy." Mrs. J.
A. Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale
by all druggists.
DeVmt' Witch Hael Slve
Tlio onltr- Tinki i !vi -nr for blind.
bleeding, itching and protruding piles.
cuts, burns, bruises, eczema aim an
abrasions of the skin. DeWitt's is
the only Witch Hazel Salve that is
made from the pure, unadulterated
witch hazel all others are counter
feits. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is
made to cure countefeits are made
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Kiess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Get What You Ask For!
When you ask for Cascarets Candy
Cathartic be sure you get them:
Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is
always a cheat and a fraud. Beware!
All druggists, ioc.
Tak Dr. BuTTtf PHIfl for Constipation, u
For Coughs, Colds, Coono
oess, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Croup, Influenza, Whooping
Cough, Incipient Consump
tion, and for the relief cf
consumptive patients in ad
vanced . foages of the disease-
AS PREPARED BY THE
HsY. Ir.J. W. Ball,
Baltimore, lid. .
For Sale ty all DrulsU.
Price 25 Cents.
( Directions inside. )
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AND LOS ANGELES
To Seattle, Tacoma, Portland and
Puget sound points. Pullman
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
'Phone 1180, C, B. 6c Q. Ticket Agent.
Depot Twentieth St. and Second Ave.
CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, TEX
AS AND lOINTS IN OTHER
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ON THE FIRST AND THIRD
TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
AT VERY LOW RATES.
Let mc advise and arrange for
- you. '
' ' n. D. MACK,
Thone West 12GS. 210 Eighteenth St
Ask for and see that you get the old reliable
r. lull's '
The one you have always used. It is
endorsed by the leading doctors as the only
absolutely sure and safe care for cough, cold,
whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, or anj
throat or luDg affection.
It Cures Consumption.
IT WILL CURE A COLD
In a Nisrht
There is no remedy " just as good as "
Bull's Cough Syrup. The dealer who says so if
thinking of his profit only. Don't let a dealer
Influence you Into buying some cheap subst.
tute when your health or the health of some
member of yonr family is at stake.
Wm. n. Breder, of Chrystie St., New Yorlf
City, writes : " I had a cough ever since child
hood. It was so bad that blood would spurt
from my nose, which would leave me weak,
so that I was often compelled to leavo my
wdrk. I started to take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
and before the third bottle was finished my
cough was entirely gone.
SMALL CCSE. PLEASANT TO TAKE.
The accompanying illustration Is a fac
similo of the genuine package. Sold at all
druggists, large bottles, 25c Be sure that tho
lottle you buy has cn it, the trade-mark, "A
Bull s Head." Dr. Bull's Couch Syrup will
cure rnaediiy and will leave the throat SUSt
lungs iu a healthy and normal condition.
It contains no he mini drugs.
and voti'l! conouer hen lie ar
ries. Have your healing ar
rangements put in pro km order
now. so you will be eosv and
fomfortablc. ('liaiinou, Terry
.V Co. are plumbers ,-nid fillers
of the highest ability, and make
a s-pecialty of steam fitting and
heating work. -
Ill West Seventeenth St.
gf fFh (ft
SAWED BUILDING STONE, ASHLAR
AND TRIMMINGS A SPE
CIALTY. For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Rock
Island on the C, R. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let visitors olT and on.
CR I DG E STO N E, CO R N C R I U BLOCKS
AND FOUNDATION STONE,
ANY SIZE DESIRED.
Sample of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen at Room No.
12, Mitchell 5: Lynde building. Ad
dress ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, 111.