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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903.
Furniture Will Last
That is, tlie reliable kind, bought of
reliable dealers. O ur many years of ex
perience in dealing with the furniture
trade of this section of the country only
enables us to make the wonderful prices
on strictly dependable furniture that
we are now quoting. But
Bargains Do Not Last
At least not such bargains as we are of
fering to' our patrons. We have deter
mined to move a large part of our stock
to make room for arriving fall goods
and are certain our Low Prices will do
A Visit to Our Immense
Store Will Convmce You.
CLEM ANN M SALZMANN
Cor. 2d Ave. and 16tK St.
$usi ike Suit
Broken lots of
worth up to
$3.5 for only
About 125 suits
in the lot. Sizes
4 to 15 years.
This lot will not
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Miss Mcllvaine Becomes Bride
of Dr. John M.
COMPANY OF EELAT1VES ATTEND
Uev. Frederick A, Ileialejr Offici
ates Couple to Reside at
The marriage of Dr. John M. Weiss
and Miss Ko.lynd Sarah Elizabeth
Mcllvaine, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth
Mcllvaine, of 1100 Nineteenth street,
was solemnized at Trinity KpiscoaI
church at noon yesterday, llevlfred
erick A. Heisley performing- the cere
mony in the presence of a company
of friends and relatives.
The bride was given in marriage by
her mother and was attended by her
sister. Miss .Julia Mcllvaine, while the
groom's brother, Frank Weiss,
officiated as his best man.
The happy couple departed on an
afternoon train for Evans, Iowa,
where" Dr. Weiss is located, and to
which place the good wishes of their
many friends follow them.
The groom, who was reared and ed
ucated here, is the son of (iottlieb
Weiss. After graduating from the lo
cal high school he completed his edu
cation at Hush Medical college, Chi
cago, and he now holds the responsi
ble position of surgeon for the Amer
ican, Garfield anil liolton-lloover Coal
companies at Evans.
The bride is the daughter of the
late Dr. .John Mcllvaine, a well-known
physician, and is one of the city's
popular young ladies. She is a grad
uate of the grammar schools and Au
gustana college and has recently held
a position in the office of Superintend
ent W. E. Taylor at the Watertown
The Smith SplrkW Xnpthtla.
Taj lor Uidge. Sept. I). The after
noon of Sept. 2 a large company of
relatives and friends gathered at the
l!aptist church at Taylor Uidge to
witness the marriage of Miss Emily
I!. Spicklcr to Kev. Frederick (i.
Smith, of Davenport. To the strains
of "Hearts and Flowers." played by
Mrs. 15. Smith, the bridal party march
ed up the aisle. The bride and groom
were attended by Harry Spickler and
Miss Cora I!. Smith, brother and sister
of the bride and groom, llev. Saun
ders, of Andalusia, performed the
ceremony, after which Uev. and Mrs.
Smith received the congrat ulat:ons of
friends. In the evening the happy
pair with attendants proceeded to
Davenport, where an elegant dinner
was served by Mrs. l!ert Smith, sister-in-law
of the groom. Air. and Mrs.
S'niith received a great number of ele
gant and valuable presents. 'Among
those present from a distance were
Mr. ami Mrs. A. ('. Dilenbeck. of (iene
seo; Mr. and Mrs. Forshny.-Oreenfield,
Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Hert Smith. Mrs.
Minnie Smiley and Miss Cora C. Smith,
of Davenport .
J. II. Foster, of Drury, was in the
Mrs. .lulia Uosentield has returned
from Denver Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee I'fau, of Cincin
nati, are visiting In, the city.
Miss Sue Iee has returned home af
ter an extended visit in Minneapolis
and at the lakes.
Kev. and Mrs. E. T. C. Dennett left
this morning for New York city after
a visit of six months here.
C. D. Kcimcrs, of Fort Worth, Texas,
is in the city en route home after a
business trip to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. K. R .Cable arrived in
the city- this morning in Mr. Cable's
private car over the Hock Island road.
Frank Crjssey returned to his home
in Washington. Iowa", today after a
visit with his sister, Mrs. Henry Kra
mer. John Kenaley. of St. Paul, is spend
ing the day in the city, a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lnrkin.
on Elm street.
Dr. S. S. Cryor, of Dixon, passed
through the city today on his way
home from the meeting of the Hock
Mrs. C. C. Trent, who has been visit
ing in I'ort Hyron, has returned home,
accompanied by Miss Maine Trent,
who will visit here.
Commodore and Mrs. Charles Mr
Hugh and daughter Elizabeth left this
afternoon with the steamer Ianthe
and houseboat Ilambler for I'nrling
ton, having for their guests on the
trip Col. C. W. Durham. Mr. and Mrs.
John Crubaugh and Mr. and Mrs. W.
SALOONS CLOSED BY MAYOR
ARE ALLOWED TO REOPEN
.The American house and Wehling
saloons, which were closed a week
ago for harboring women, have been
allowed by Mayor McConochie to re
open. The proprietors of both estab
lishments have promised in future to
live up to the letter of the local reg
ulations. Hucklen's Arnica Salve.
Has world wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve,
lotion, ointment or balm for cuts,
corns, burns, boils, sores, felons, ul
cers, tetter, salt rheum, fever sores,
chapped hands, skin eruption; in
fallible.' for piles. Cure guaranteed.
Only 25e at Hartz & LTlmeyer, lrug-
gists. . ,
COUNTY W. C. T. U.
70 MEET AT JOSLIN
Opens at 0:30 Tomorrow Morning
Program of Day's
A program for the county conven
tion of the W. C. T. V. to be held at
Joslin tomorrow has been completed
by the committee in charge of this
work. The motto is "He strong and
of good courage."
The session opens at 9:30 a. in. with
the meeting of the executive commit
tee, and at 9:45 a devotional service
will be led by Mrs. Louis Trombridge.
The president of the Joslin union will
extend a greeting, and later will come
the appointments of committees, the
address of the county president, re
ports from the unions at Hock Island,
Moline, South Moline, I'ort Dyroiv.
Zuma and Hillsdale, the treasurer's
report, election of officers, miscella
neous business and nootnide prayer.
The afternoon program opens at
"l:30 with devotionals, then a memor
ial hervice, reports from the L. T. L.
and S. T.. I., reports of superintend
ents and committees, discussion of
the county plan of finance, miscella
neous and unfinished business, and
"Where will the spring institute be
In the evening at 7:30, Dr. Maria
Edwards, president of the Moline
union, will deliver a lecture.
DEAF MUTES HAVE THEIR
SECOND ANNUAL PICNIC
The second annual picnic of the
deaf mures of the tri-cities, held
Labor day at Prospect park, proved
u fine success socially and financially.
The feature of the day was the ath
letic sp rts. the winners in the sev
eral events being as follows:
Hunning race, KM) yards, for mar
ried men W. A. Nelson. Davenport,
first; J. Qnincy. Datenport, second.
Hunning race, 100 yards, for single
men (Seorge Hrasher, Hock Island,
first;' William Morris, Hock Island;
Hunning race, ."( yards, for ladies
Mrs. J. Joseph. Kock Island, first;
Mrs. J .Qnincy. Davenport, second.
Men's pie-eating contest Louis ()f
ferlee. Davenport, first; J. Quincy,
Three-legged running race, for men
William Morris and (icorge Hrash
er. first; Moeller and Qnincy, second.
Gathering potato race, for ladies
Mrs. J. Joseph, first; Mrs. W. A. Nel
I'uttimr five-pound ball Mrs. Jos
Putting lO pound ball William Mor
Mrs. J. Joseph and Mrs. W. A. Nel
son were -awarded first and second
prizes, respectively, for being the best
dressed, women i n tlu".g roumN. Louis
OtTcrlee received the prize offered for
the best dressed man.
The tng-of-war between the ex-pupils
of the Illinois and Iowa schools
was won by the former. Edward
Hrasher, of this city, 65 years of age;
was a member of the winning team.
In Social Circles
The annual bazaar of the Hock Isl
and Turner society is to be held at
Turner hall Nov. 25-29. the dates hav
ing been fixed at a meeting of the
society last evening. The plans are
to make it the biggest affair of the
kind ever held under the auspices of
the society, the hall to be elaborately
decorated with booths, etc., and fine
entertainment features to be provid
Members of the Thirty club, which
is arranging for its winter series of
dancing parties, held a meeting at the
Harper house last evening and elected
officers for the year as follows:
President F. J. Young.
Vice President George Lindberg.
Secretary E. H. Maloney.
Treasurer Adolph Hartz.
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. 8 a.m. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 14 4.4 0.1
lied Wing 14. 3.i -0.1
Heed's 'Landing .. 12 3. 0.1
La Crosse 12 4.0 ....
Prairie du Chien.. IS 5.3 ....
Dubuque . 15- 5.!) 0.1
Le Claire 10 4.0 0.1
Davenport 15 5.0 ....
Des Moines Kpds.. .. 3.3 -0.1
Keokuk 15 5.7 -0.2
St. Louis 30 17.8 ....
Kansas City 21 13.5 -0.5
indicates rise, - fall.
Hiver forecast for 4H hours ending
8 a. m., Friday, Sept. 11. 1003:. The
Mississippi will probably rise slightly
at Le Claire and Davenjxn't.
Lamont & Son, the local agents of
the Diamond Jo line, received notice
yesterday that the steamer Dubuque
had been taken out of service and had
been placed in winter -quarters, where
it will remain until next spring. The
change was made because of the fall
ing off in business and the expense en
tailed in the running of the lxat.
The new steamer St. Paul will con
tinue 'in the St. Paul-St. Louis trade
and will be the only boat making that
trip. The Qnincy will continue, how
ever, in the St. Louis-Hurlington trade
and will make connections with the
Helen Hlair at Durlington every
'The .Winona and the Helen Hlair
were, the only boats in port today.
The stage of water was 5.00 at 0 a.
m. and 5.15 at noon. The tempera
ture at noon was 01. -
TAX LEVY FOR YEAR
County Board of Supervisors
Makes Provision for An
$55,500 fOB BOND PAYMENT
In Addition to Regular Seven and
One-half Mill Tax The Sep
The September session of the coun
ty board of supervisors .was convened
at 2 oj'clock yesterday afternoon at
the court house.
Supervisor Schneider offered the
following resolution, which ' was
"He it Hesolved, That the. county
clerk be and he is hereby directed and
authorized to levy and extend taxes
for county purposes against the value
of all taxable property in the county
of Hock Island for the year l'J03, as
"For general county purposes, sev
en and five-tenths mills on each one
dollar, or 75 cents on each $100 valu
ation, as provided by law .
"And ill addition thereto, the fol
lowing, to-wit: For the payment of
lxmds due March 1, 1IMH, the sum of
$12,000. For the payment of interest
on bonds, the sum of $2,500; and for
further and additional expenses of
the county, the sutn, of $41,000, making
in the aggregate an amount of $55,500,
in addition to the amount of 75 cents
on each $100 valuation, as hereinbe
fore provided for.
"Provided, however, that the rate
to raise the said additional amount of
$55,500 shall not exceed five mills on
each dollar or 50 cents on each $10O
valuation as authorized by a vote of
fhe people at the regular November,
1S90, election for county officers.
"And in addition thereto all ofher
faxes, properly certified to by fhe
proper authorities according to law."
On reassembling this morning an
immediate adjournment was voted, to
allow the various committees to pre
pare their 'reports.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper W. P. Walker, Peo
ria; Mrs. (J. F. Jenkins, Chicago; Mrs.
Evans, Chicago; J. Anderson and lady,
Chicago; F. Flaherty. Chicago; T. M.
Cain, Chicago; II. H. Carroll, Jackson
ville; H. J. Casley, Carbon Cliff; Miss
Grace Kennedy, Carbon Cliff; G. A.
Zeller, Peoria;' L. D. Willis. Chicago:
F. Peterson, Chicago; S. C. GitTord.
Omaha; W. O. Hitchcock. Peoria; F.
L. Kinney, Chicago; E. (!. Johnson,
IMoomiiigton; 11. E. Wagoner, Chica
go; (i. P .Oswald, Syracuse. N. V.; M.
Pickreel and wife, Kurlington; C. M.
Okies, N'ew. York; J. II. 'Mather, Des
Moines; J. W. Doudnn, Harnesville;
F. II. Jones, Chicago; F. L. llaut, Chi
cago; W .A. Fitzsiinmons, Chicago; J.
T. Walker, Kansas City; (J. W. Town
send. Chicago; (). L Pew, Detroit; ).
X. Hoads, Chicago; II. F. Hafner, St.
Louis; H. E. lieilly, Chicago; W. W.
Newhall, Kansas City; C. Fehrenbaeh.
Cleveland: C. E. Taylor, Hock Island;
I. (i. Mark. Chicago.
At the Harms (European) P. Har
ry, New York; T. H. Harris. St. Louis;
J. L. Holingcr, Chicago; P. S. Pease,
Chicago; E F. Kellogg, Peoria; E. J.
Hudel, Peoria; lu. J. Hronson, Moline;
J. M. Long, New York; Max Noel, New
York; C. C. Coulter, Chicago; F. Stur
ges, Winona; S. S. Glaister, Chicago;
F. A. Wood, Edgington; W. II. Ash
down, Port Hyron; H. J. Wanda r,
Newark;. F. Nelson, Jamestown; A.
F. Haal, Dubuque; C. A. Davids, Haiti
more; C. O. Hogers, Peoria; S. L.
Hryan, Chicago; E. G. Otton, Chicago;
G. Wciduer and wife, St. Paul; J.
Jones, Kewanee; J. Yingling. Canton;
F. S. Smith, Hurlingfon; G. E. Martin,
Hurlington; C. H. Swartz, Hlooming
ton; (i. H. Little, Chicago.
At the Hock Island T. A. Wilson,
Huffalo, N. Y.; George T. Havens.
Davenport; Otto Kuehl. Davenport;
A. Garvey. Davenport; W. O. Negus.
Moline; William E. SjH'iicer, Chicago;
A. II. Dorman, Kock Island; J. M.
Hay and wife, Aledo, 111.; W. C. Hen
ther. Chicago; C. Young, David-City,
Neb.; W. G. Hanks, Chicago; E. II.
Andrews, Clinton, Iowa; J. S. Felger,
Genesco. 111.; H. E. Stanghlon, Cam
bridge, 111.; J. F. Smith, Chicago;
Minnie Hrueggeman, Chicago; J. H.
Pitney. Peoria; T. M. Mi.e, West
Hranch, Iowa; J. II. Foster, Aledo;
James Hohan, Aledo; F. H. Stevens,
Tiskilwa, III.; Aug Shoeing, Chicago;
S. Ellsworth. Hock Island; J. H. Fish
er, Huffalo Prairie; E. L. Dunlap, Sa
voy; C H. Hriggs, Fulton, 111.
LJceiMed to Wed.
Andrew Olson Hock Island
Miss Amanda Amundson Davenport
James Cox Hock Island
Miss Mary Hoseman Hock Island
Edward T. Nicholson Hock Island
Miss Pansy Cosner Hock Island
(Just A. East berg Hock Island
Miss Minnie V. Chinhind.. Moline
Herman Walheim. .South Hock Island
Miss Annie Cramer Kock Island
Frank W. Sallo . Moline
Miss Josephine Krone Moline
John M. Weiss Evans, Iowa
Miss Hozlynd S. E. Mcllvaine
Guy IJ. Frizzelle Kewanee
Miss Emma Electa Haley Moline
Evlan Sargent Moline
Miss Winifred G. Crompton ....Moline
Moses Malsh . x. ..Chicago
Miss Teekla Johnson. .Cambridge, HI.
Victor Brandmeyer Hock Island
Miss Anna Magrum Hock.Island
Gust P. l'almquist Hock Island
Miss Gertrude Prescott . . . .Galesburg
Fa.ll and Wiivter Styles
SUITS and TOP GOATS
Advance stock of New Suits a. re
Beauties. See them.
S0MMEHS LA VELLE
1804 Second Ave., Kock Island. : : 207 W. Second St., Davenport
Drake's Prices me Lowest
TKcir Work is 13be Best.
of the highest standard, all sizes,
immense variety, cheapest and
Saraband Orientals, Royal Wiltons,
Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels,
Wool Ingrains and Sanitary Gran
its. Visit our third floor and see the new
324-328 Bra.dy St.. Davenport, Iowa..
Hects und Ceps
For Yoxing Folks.
In our efTV rts to please the ladies, we do not overlook the re
quirements of the young misses and, little tots in the way of millinery
Mothers will find at our store the most eomplct line of
for girls in the three cities. Our hats and caps please the young folks.
They are stylish, and the prices are moderate.
BRANDENBUR.G MILLINER Y STORE
tor. Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue. 'Phone Union Electric 6130
A Good Time to Begin to
SAVE is NOW!
X A good Fiasco to Deposit yoir savings is t
X in the Savings Department of the X
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Now Is The Time....
to paper your rooms. We have a large assortment of
both cheap and high grade papers, which we are selling
at the lowest prices in the city. We also have a large and
complete force of workman. All kinds of paiuting ami
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guaran
teed. PAR.IDON m. SON,
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'Phones Old Union 213; new S213. 419 Seventeenth St.
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