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THE AB6HJS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1903.
Are you trading at the store
that s&ves you money on
Shields9 Cash Grocery
2528 Fifth Ave. Both Phones.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
A NOTABLE EVENT GOLF CONTEST IS
Consecration of Dr. M. Edward
Fawcett as Bishop of
AT 0HI0AG0 MONDAY MORNING
Many Prominent Officials In Church
' Will be in 'Attend
The ceremony of consecrating: Dr.
M. Edward Fawcett as bishop of the
Episcopal diocese of Quincy
takes place at the church of St. Bar
tholomew, Chicago, nexfi, Monday
morning'. Impressiveness will be the
feature of the occasion. The service
prescribed in the prayer book of the
Episcopal church will be followed,
representing several states
will be present at the exercises' in
cluding several diocesan bishops and
many priests and rectors. Admittance
to the church at s-uch a time is con
sidered a special honor. In the audi
ence will be sealed, besides the cler
gy, the intimate friends of the bishop
elect, the various officers of the dio
cese and the church, and as many
communicants as possible.
At 10: ;U) o'clock the procession, in
cluding the vested choir of the church
the lay leaders, the clergy of the dio
cese, the visit itig clergy and the bish
ops, and the bishop-elect, will march
into the auditorium. By special re-
piest of Ir. Fawcett the cross, which
headed the choristers n the Church
of the llcdeeincr at Elgin, w ill W car
ried in the procession,, as it was the
first chorister's cross that he ever fol
lowed while a priest in the Episcopal
Three Itlshopn to CuMort
According to the prescriptions of
the prayer book, three bishops are
necessary to consecrate a priest to
the office of bishop. Bishop George
F. Seymour, of Springfield; Charles
P. Anderson, of Chicago, and Theo
dore M. Morrison, of Iowa, will per
form 1h services of consccrat ion.
The master o' cermonies will 1m- Rev.
Charles S. Bolles. of Ra venswood, and
the sermon of the day will be preach
ed by Bislvop Arthur L. Williams, of
Nebraska, and Samuel I). Edsall. of
-1 innesot a. will present the bishop-
elect for the order of consecration.
The consecration services will con
sist of the administering of the of
fice of the bishop-elect, the services of
'prayer, the celebration of the holy
communion, the sermon of a bishop,
and the benediction.
iMi'n. 1". II. Anthony is, vLiiiug in
Miss I.ucile McGuinu is visiting in
Mrs. II. E. I-iwlor is isiting rela
tives in Chicago.
F. A, Bead has returned after a
business trip to Texas.
G. Jl. Kingsbury has returned from
a business trip to Chicago.
Mrs. .1. Y. Dressen and son (Jeorge
are hero from St. Iouis for a visit.
Mrs. .J. H. Wnddell. of Trenton. Mo.,
is visiting Ii-er daughter, Mrs. (). M.
Rev. J. C. White, of Dunlap. 111., is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Shields.
('apt. Thomas Moody, of the regu
lar army, stationed at Atlanta, '(2a.. is
visiting in the city.
Frank FuIIerton, of Sherrard. was
in the city today on his w.iy home af
ter a trip to ('(dorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto I). KlattenhotT
left today to spend two weeks at the
state fair at Des "Moines.
Miss Mollie Silverstein has returned
to Omaha after a two weeks' visit
with Miss Sue Silverstein.
Mrs. Charles II. Goodykoontz, of
Chicago, is here lor a Visit with her
grandmother, Mrs. Burrall.
F. B. Anthony and daughter Rachel
returned today from Niagara Falls,
where they have been on an extended
A. D. Naylor, assistant superintend
ent of the . American Express com
pany, was' in the cily from Omaha yes
terday. Misses dulia Wertz and Minn Mogli,
of Chicago, are guests at the home of
Mrs. Jacob Ramser, on Thirtieth
' Miss Winifred Gould, formerly of
Rock Island and now of Milwaukee, is
visiting with the Misses Clara and
Adelaide Schindler and with other
friends in the city.
Mrs. (Jeorge) A. Pickup, of Rock Isl
and, came Saturday noon to visit a
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Weaverling, ami other relatives
and friendts. Aleilo Democrat.
The steamer Ianthe and houseboat
Rambler left this afternoon for a trip
down the river. Commodore and Mrs.
Charles, Mcllugh ami daughter Eliza
beth having as guests. Mis Fay War
ren, Miss (Jreer, of Winfield, Kans.,
Miss Margaret Jones, of Des Moines,
Miss Faun Hamilton, of Cedar Rapids,
and George A. Price.
Cholera In fan tarn
This disease has lost its terrors
since Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy came into general
use. The uniform success which at
tends the use of this remedy in all
cases of boweL complaints in children
has made it a favorite wherever its
value has become? known. For sale
by all drug-gists.
Three lluck Island Players Out of
Four Left In Championship
Close and interesting contestscharac
terized the first of the match play
at the Rock Island arsenal golf links
yesterday afternoon in the men's
championship race. The Mitchell boys,
of this city, both of whom are in the
championship class, won their match
es and todny are playing against their
opponents for first honors, J. D. Cady
and W. B. Mixter.
The consolation class furnished the
best match of the day, when W. II.
Marshall defeated E. E. Sutphin 1 up
in 20 holes. Vestcrdtiiy's scores were
Championship Cup J. 1). Cady
defeated W. D. Miduleton 5 up
3 to play. Ardo Mitchell defeat
ed N. D. Ely 4 up 2 to play. Leo
Mitchell defeated C. P. Skinner n up 1
to play. W. B. Mixter 'defeated (J. W.
Burr :$ up 2 to play.
Class B Cup C. R. Stephens de
feated William Buttcnvrtrth 2 up 1 to
play. M. N. Richardson defeated (J.
M. Ilechtel 5 up 4 to play. W. L. Velie
defeated B. S. Skinner 0 up 5 to play.
Wilson McClelland defeated Herman
Wylie 1 up.
Class C Cup W. I). 1 1 os ford de
feated C. J. Preston 3 up 1 to play.
W. L. Allen defeated Nathaniel French
1 up. C. A. Barnard defeated (J. L.
"Kvster C up 5 to play. H. A. Ains-
worth defeated C. J. Cooper 5 up 4 to
Consolation Cup J. P. Donahue
defeated F. (J. Allen i" up . to play.
Otto Huber defeated Gil's Tegeler 7 up
5 to play. 1,. M. Fuller defeated J. W.
(Jood 1 up in 1!) holes. W. H. Marshall
defeated E. E. Sutphin 1 up in 20 holes.
The matches on this afternoon aro
Championship Cup -Ardo
Class B Cup C. R
N. Richa rdson ; V. L.
Class C Cup W. I). H.
1,. Allen; C. A. Barnard vs
Consolation Cup F. (J.
vs. otto Huber; L. M. Fuller vs
CROWD IS ASSURED
Opening Performance of
Pain's Show at Ball
SOCIETY BUYING THE BOXES
The Stage Manager Here to Drill
J. I). Cady vs.
Mitchell vs. W.
. Stephens vs. M.
Velie vs. W. Mc-
ford vs. W.
11. A. Ains-
NO CHANGE TO BE MADE
IN 6TH REGIMENT BAND
Col. KittiKcn, of the 61 h regiment,
announces that there will be no
change in the location of the regi
mental band and the Sterling organi
zation will remain in the service.
There was some apprehension on the
part- ftf the Sterling people that the
Moline Marine Bight (Juard band
would be given the place. In addition
to appointing (apt. II. A. J. McDon
ald,, of this city, adjutant. Col. Kittil
sen luis appointed ("apt. Ben Eick. of
Sterling. insHctor i:f rifle practice:
Walter Burring, of Morrison, commis
sary; Walter .... Angel!, of Freeport.
epiartormastcr. and J hn Robinson, of
Swan J. Carlson, a venerable resi
dent of the Rock river bottoms in
South Moline township, died Tuesday
evening at his home after a brief ill
ness, death being due to the infirmi
ties of age. Deceased, was a native of
Sweden and was born in 1S22. He
came to America in S5 and had lived
on the farm where his death occurred
since 1S60. He leaves two children,
Albert, of Peoria, and Mrs. Bin Oak
ley, of Moline. The funeral took
place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from
the home of the daughter in Moline.
MOLINE SENDS BUNCH OF
HOBOS TO COUNTY JAIL
Moline sent down nine hoboes to
the county jail this morning. The
Rock island road's building opera
tions at New Shops has attracted
numbers! of workmen from different
sections of the country and the un
ruly element usually winds up in the
Moline cinder after a pay-ilay celebration.
Aug. 10. Elsa A. Davis to Addie B.
Harris, lots 26 and 27, Ryder & Read's
add,, Moline. $1.S00.
Sister Mary Michael, ct ah, to the
Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate
Conception of the Order of St. Fran
cis, out lot 5S, st'i4 :;r, is. 2w, $1.
Fannie Ijowry to William R. Moore,
lot 6, block 1, W. R. Moore's First
add., Moline. $1.
Christina Weden to Christ Person,
lot 10, block 2, Wit tick's add., Moline.
A. (i. Oldham to Permelia S. Van
laninghani, tract by metes and
bounds, nei 2.. 17. .'lvv $22..
A. P. Cheney to T. A. Vernon, e 35
acres, ne1,, no'4 34, 16. lw, $1.
Quick Relief for Aftthin Sufferers.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords im
mediate relief to asthma sufferers in
the worst stages and if taken in time
will effect a cure. All druggists.
' Many persons in this community are
suffering from kidney complaint who
could avoid fatal results by using Fo
ley's Kidney Cure. All druggists.
Half the ills that man is heir to
come from indigestion. Burdock Blood
Bitters strengthens and tones the
stomach; makes- indigestion impossible.
The opening performance of Pain's
"Ancient Rome" at the baseball park
next Monday evening is to be a nota
ble social affair judging by the pur
chases of boxes by prominent people
of the, tri-citics. It appears as thougli
society is to be out in force.
The arrangements for the staging
of the production here arc progress
ing nicely and all will be in readiness
at the park when the cars hearing Un
people and paraphernalia roll in from
In another part of The Argus will
be found several advertisements for
men, boys, women and girls to assist
in the performances. In all 3."0 su
pernumeraries are to be employed.
The rehearsals for the recruits are
to be conducted at, Armory hall,
where. Pain's stage manager. Col. Lu
vcllo. will begin signing the embryo
actors this evening.
Heavy Work In Mob Scene.
The heaviest work the local people
to li engaged will have will he in the
mob scene preceding the destruction
of tin ancient city. They will be
taught to shriek and shout ami wave
their arms and look fierce and get
about the stage without slipping or
colliding with each other.
The principals are carried through
out the season by Mr. Pain. They will
hold the center of the stage during
the show, so that the local lights cin
hope for nothing better than positions
in tli' outfield. However, Col. Lavelle
intends to convert all who make good
into noble Romans.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper' Miss Ilattie Me
Cormiek. Muscatine; Miss Minim
Muscatine; .1. F. Hunter. IV
S. McAllenan, Peoria; J. G.
Osborne, Racine, W is.; S. S. Baty. Den
ver; F. E. Lamphcre, Rock Island;
William M. Mi-Cmcheon. Chicago; F
W. Conger, Chicago: T. M. Cook
Beard.-town; F. H. Pliimmcr. Rock
Island; Miss K. Wyman, Canton; F
V. Dobbins. Philadelphia; R. S. Brown-
lie. Chicago; W. Hnverstick. Washing
ton. D. ('.; J. F. McCaughev. Corning,
N. V.; C. M. Wright. New York; T. P
Henley. Washington. 1). C; S. C. Gif
ford. Rock island; II. II. Meyers, Chi
cago; .J. .J. Haves, Chicago: R. P. Me-
Callum. Philadelphia; J. Roland. Mus
catine; H. E. Morrill. Dayton. Ohio
J. W. Strackbcin, Chicago; W. Mi
Qiligg, Chicago; .1. B. Sellig. St. Bon
is; B. II. Elliott, 'Baltimore; R. J
Nichols. Chicago; R. T. Walker. Chi
cago; F. l.obdel. Chicago; A. J. Me
(Jlothem. Lexington. Kv.; (J. L. Har-
Bi us. Cleveland.
At the Harms (European) W. R.
Messick, Wheeling: W. L. (Jerald, Sel
wig. Ohio; M. L. Peterson and wife
Chicago; Mrs. Palmer and son, Peo
ria; F. Minch, Chicago: C. F. Brig
ham, Chicago; W. F. Watson, Bloom
ington; P. L. Morgan. Baltimore; L
C. Whitcomb. Little Rock: C. M. Crow
Kansas Citv; M. A. Shclgren, Rock-
ford; (J. Buckmastcr. New York: J.
Simeox. Alexis; S. H. Lyford. Chica
go; W. E. Clark. Omaha"; R. J. Metz
lau. Peoria: E. R. Hurd. Chicago; W.
Chiinwich, Ft. Scott. Kans.: E. (J.
Jones, Omaha; John Puelsen. Chicago;
S. Byerson, Burlington; A. Newton.
Chicago; L. C. (Jraham. Aurora; P. II.
Downs, Omaha; P. II. Good-win. Bur
lington; J. J. Bong, Chicago; C. E.
Baker. Jolict: D. J. O'Brien, Pitts
burg; (J. B. Swift, Dubuipie.
At the Bock Island E. A. Whit
ney. Peoria; M. J. P.arrett. Peoria: I.
Davis-. Davenport; J. F. Smith. Chica
go; E. C. Tucker, Chicago; L. H. llcn
sehel. St. Paul; P. L. Wheeler, agent
Land o Cotton '-company; F. C. Sey
mour, Chicago; E. C. Temple, Chica
go; L. F. Copeland. Harrisburg. Pa.;
Emil Meurburg. Cable; C. B. Alexan
der, Chicago; C. A. Baughnian. Clin
ton; R. P. Wait, Reynolds; B. Bogus.
Davenport; Robert Blakely. Preemp
tion; J. R. Pitney, Peoria: Fred Cole,
Peoria: T. B. Van Sant. Kansas City;
R. A. Reory. Chicago; T. J. Marsden.
Fairfield. Iowa; A. J. Tucker. DePeir;
R. T. King. (Jalesburg; Michael Flah
arty. Beardsfown; W. C. White. Bos
ton: S. W. Montrose, Buffalo; J. S.
Rus-sell, 'New- York.
MISS FRANCIS BANQUETS
MEMBERS OF THE W. A. I. F. S.
Miss Margaret W. Francis enter
tained the members of the W. A. I. F.
S. at. the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. James T. Francis, on Twentieth
street, Tuesday evening, in honor of
her approaching marriage to John
Norton, of Chicago. The nuptials will
be celebrated Sept. 2 at the home of
lie Worked On.
Wife George, this burning of the
candle at both ends means an untimely
grave. It is nearly 12 o'clock. Come to
George But I'm doing this night
work in order to find money enough to
buy you a birthday present.
Wife Well, if you will persist in
working of course I can't stop It. Good
All thft news all the time The
Such 8lS We Are!
offering today mean mpre to people who know out
class of merchandise than to strangers "to our stock.
We never buy cheap goods for the purpose of giving
UNUSUAL VALUES for August as our regular goods f urn-
ish far better values at our clean-upprices than any cheap
stuffs bought for the purpose of making small prices could
possible give. . '
Simply come to our store this week. Note the UN
USUAL VALUES offered on all sides. i
You'll need no urging to save bv having. .
Davenport Furniture H
Caurpet Company. Jx
123-125 West Third Street,
V y? V E JVT O & T J IOWA
2n x I N
All Men's, Boys' and
t 2,3 per cent
blvie Qcnd black.)
ffonc Charged at Thcsc 'Prices,
S0MMEHS . LA VELLE
1804 Second Ave., Kock Island. : : 207 V. Second St., Davenport
AUGUST CLEARING SALE
len's Shoes and Oxfords.
owim; to the un favor a t.le weather the
demand for oxfords i1as not he en it to our
expectations. too many in stock they must
go. hence, the following deep cut for quick
Men's Patent Colt Oxfords,, sold formerly at $3.50 and ?4.o0
choice for any st.vle mJJ
Men's Vici Oxfords, sold formerly at $.5 and choice E-Ifl
of any style iJJ
A lot of odds and ends and discontinued lines of men's shoes in pat
ent Colt and plain leathers, in t Ids lot w e .include some
Douglas $3.50 and $1.00 sh.es. While they last fJJ
See Ovir West Window.
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
C. C. THENT, Manager.