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THE ARGU3, MONDAY, JtfNE 6, 1904.
1822 Third Ave. Both 'phonea.
You'll Find It Here
We have everything it i possi
ble to obtain in 1 1 1 :iy of
fruits, vegetables, poultry, ete.
If you haven! been able ti i;i t
just whs I 'ii wanted hereto
fore, give 11 your or :er rim! we
will til! it to ! r satisfaction
Look over Ibis Hsl ("r your Sim -
Soup Bunches, Parsley,
flead Lett uci .
Green Pcj per-.
Leaf Lettuce, Wax Beans.
r--n leans, Squash.
Carrots, Beets, New Potatoes,
Green Onions. Bermuda
Horseradi !i Boots, Onions,
Spinach, t elery, Uhubarb.
N w Pea -. I recn "m,
Eat in a; . I ookiug Apples.
Strawberries, Blood Oranges.
Pjaea pples. Watermelons,
Dressed Chickens, Spring
lft20 SECOND AVENUH.
"KING OF BOTTLED BEERS"
BUDWEISER ia branded oa the cork to guard against deception.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n, St. Louis, U.S.A.
World's Fair Viuu-rt -: Bad the Anheust: Buich Brewery the principal featura
ot the World ! Fair City. All are welcome.
Order Promptly Filled by
A. D. HUESING. Distributor. Rock Island, El
THE DR CHASE COMPANY.
.so.? 2-; J. lO"Si. PmUteiphia. Pa.
dold and guaranteed at T. ll. Thorn
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To buy or sell Second
Hand Goods of all
lCS Second avenue. New "phone Z1C4
dig Bargains in
Second Hand Pianos
must be gold ;i: once. One upright
piano in good c ml it if in &1C"7
One large size square Ajr
piano ,t $00
e Stein wa Square aqp
Al-c. new pianos at factory prices
. t $100
less than -: i n he s.ihl ly (ieah rs.
First Clrtss Piano Tuning $2
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Factory represent.-.!.! ve. New phone .Tils'
(n F fjaaw
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atJa ittim a a
Rock Island. - - III.
a In oa - if you wish. 6
AT CtALERS. lieo. 1. Idc A T
The Standard of Quality
by which all other Beers
Highest in price, but
leads in sales. 1 00,402,500
bottles sold in 1903.
DEAD ARE HONORED
Woidmen and Royal Neighbors
Have Annual Memorial
MEMBERS GATHEE AT GRAVES
Over Which There Are Prayers ami
Snjj -Name of the De
Mem ben .f the Modem Woodmen
camps, Independent So. Rock Inl
and No. r.".. Island Citj So. .'.WJ an i C.
A'. Dawea No. I&50, and the members
r the Royal Xebbora of Ameriea,
Mayflower camp N. 101, Fay Hawea
. 281 and Dewej No. 1036, yesterday
ifternoon held their annual memorial
ervicef m Chippiannoek cemetery.
1'lnre a iarae gratherina; to wit
ne-- the pretty i-r i -- and to paj
n sj)-cts ti the departed ones. .t
inlj did the Woodmen and the Royal
Xeijrhbors decorate the rravea if de
eeaaed members, but others -r-there
who sto;il at the mounds .f lov
ed ine inw silent.
The program given yesterday fol
Hymn, ii-. Pilot Me, male !';:::-
Invocation, Rev. O. W. Lawrence,
pastor of Memorial Christian church.
Special Beleetion. The K!:iLr of
Woodcraft O'er Them Waves. male
Reading of bead nsuls memorial
proclamation, l! . ('. K. Taylor.
Introductory remarks, President J.
11. Lubeck, master of eeremonies.
Hymn, "One bj One Our Loved One
Leave Us," male quartet.
Address, G. W. MeCaskria.
Hymn, "Asleep in Jesus; Blessed
Sleep. male quartet.
Benediction, Rev. O. . Iawrencre.
The quartet was composed f i .
Wenger, I). L. Hart man. John Hazard
.iti'i Clilbert Graves.
The officers and committees in
charges of the services were a fol
low;,: President J. A. Lubeck.
Secretary J. P. Mnlcahy.
Treasurer Mary Coleman.
Committee on Arrangements !".. W.
Xewton, H.J. Muleahy. J. F. Kramer,
Mar Coleman and J. A. Walters.
Committee on Transportation V.
. !.... tt. Thomas FIj an. Mrs. J.
Committee n Sneakers J. A Wal
ters, Mi . George Baker.
NmM of Dho hwiI Memb-ra.
The following are the names of the
leceascd members of both orders who
ire buried : Chippiannoek cemetery,
rhose v. ho arc buried in ther ceme
teries were remembered ly sending
dowers to lie put on their graved
M. W. A.. Camp No. :jt.. Arthur
Wangelin, John Lynch, Peter Cos
M. V. A.. Camp No. 29. II. Wells, C.
. ( arter, M. Bahnsen, H. H. Cleave-
and, ( ash, W. P. Qaayle, J, Rosen
iield, W. S. Knowlton, W.J. Pullerton,
V. R. Johnson, W. Johnson, II. J. Me-
'abe. J. Brown, . Dumbauld, ('.
'A'ablstrom, G. Browner, W. T. Bough-
on. W. W. Uanna, M. Krl.s. A. K.
i. hnson. A. Banks. .1. B. Larkin. W. .1.
:;.n. n. . A. Boyer, T. Webb, .1. Boll
nan, .1. Stroehle, .1. Blaisdell, T.
mith, A. F. Jensen, J. Appleby, A. .1.
5toy, M. Krohn, G. Antony, J. Lm.
M. W. A., ( amp 1530. W. . llast-
ng .John McConochie, Thomas Barth-
dow, .1. W. Potter, I. !:. Swain, iott
lieb .Mil!-r. I". Jackson, James Sulli-
an. William Shea, M. '. Concannon,
Paul Bleckschmidt, Harry D. Corken,
Fdward Connelly, W. G. Haroff, John
Gillespie, WHHam !'. Dower, OHver
iraham, Peter Widder, Charles 1 1 i 1.
brant. John Smith, Dan Hotchkiss, Jo
M. W. .. ( .imp No. 309. William
Steward, Peter W. Zcekler, John It t
aer, &1 Goes r, William H. Willis,
lohi'. E. Spencer, (. I. M. Colburn, Sie
aion Pohlman, Joseph 11. Montgom-
ry, I ! Hayes, William ThlemC, .1. E.
Prank, John Schneider, Ernst Swan-
..a. E. Kakart, bn II. Hatchings, (".
Lemburg and hi- son. George Perry,
Ail -tin II. Sunley.T. W.Ransow,S.Mar
ihall. Henrj llakk. r, Melchor Koch,
lacob Wilms. Thomas Reddig, J.
;. John Schroeder, August
Blomquist, Oscar Appelquist.
K. N. .. ("amp So. 101. Mrs. Sarah
Evans, Mrs. Sarah Baker, Mrs. Lily
Smith, Mrs. Pauline Trenkenschuh,
Mrs. I). ra Berkhabn, ( baric Wal
ttrom. Mrs. Celestine Rohwedder, Mrs.
R, Sbean, Mrs. Delia McQoaid, Mrs,
Florence B. Goulder, Mrs. Mary Gavin,
Mrs. Mar Iglehart.
R. N. A., ( amp No. 281.- M. V. Con
'annoii. Mis Mamie Kennedy, Miss
lennie Coyne, Mrs. Mary Coyne, Miss
Ii .ephine Hawes, Mrs. Rose Ritchie.
R. N. A., ( amp No. 1036. Mrs. Lily
Growth of Kratcrnallom Shown.
The iiie:nl- r- met at lln- hall at 2:30
('clock, and arri-l al the cemetery
it a little after ::. Irrill teams of
Tampa - an I 1550 presented an in
spiring scene aa the went through
their work. It i- safe to assert that
h- ec teaana re aa well (!ril!el aa any
ithcr team in the order in the United
States. After the reading of the con
sul's memorial proclamation by Rev.
C. K. Taylor, in which the purpose of
the tenict - was recited, a few brief
latroductory remarks, appropriate t
ihe oeeaaioa. were made ly J. II. Lu
; ei-k. master f eereaaonies, who, af
ter a byntn by the quartet, bat rod need
;. w. MeCaskria, who spoke for about
rt v mi
rtes. The sjjj.riker 1
a clear anil forcible manner of frater
nalism. its good work accomplished,
the standing of the Woodmen and the
Royal Neiehbor?, and other material
fac ts. He stated that the Woodmen
have a total membership of 700,000
and the Royal Neighbors a member
ship of 119,000. He said that the four
r.-imps of Woodmen ba Bock Island
have between 1,599 and B000 members.
The rapid growth of bi tfi orders,
their magnanimity, and great amount
of good done by them were dwelt up
on. He told how the insurance ear
lied in those orders has saved many
a family from abject poverty, and
prevented them front having to eke
out a miserable existence. The educa
tional features of fraternaBsm were
brought out Ii gically and concisely.
In case of war. the speaker said, no
order would respond tr.ore willingly to
the call for men than the Woodmen,
and no body of men could outdo them
at the front, basing his theory on the
ground that the were taught loyalty
to each other, and that the order was
f mule! upon the laws of God. He
predicted a wonderful growth for
both orders, citing the past as an x
arople and reason. He bitterly cen
ured that class that sometimes
breaks into the ranks of an order for
monetary benefit. This class was
spoken of as a setxf hydra -headed
monsters who were so self-consumed
as to stop at nothing to benefit them-
kcl v es.
The day was not one for celebration
with pomp and ceremony. It was a
day to pay respect to those whose
lips are silenced in eternal and dream
less sleep. That was all the observ-
anc required. It was the anniversary
. f the memory's awakening to the
fact that Ihe time had Come to east
aside life's fitful cares, to lay aside all
political and religious differences, and
to turn the mind to thoughts of those
who were 1 nee at their side, and had
become endeared to them. The cus
tom of htdding the services was right
ly one wiih the greatest unanimity
wherever the order existed. In this
manner there was wielded an influ
ence for good and fostered a lovable
spirit which was perpetuated wher
ever these services were held.
The stage of water was s.o." at f a.
m. and 8.15 at nooaL.
The St. Paul, Mae. Ruth and Winona
wire in port todav fr..m the north.
The Quincy went north and the Helen
Blair was up from Muscatine.
The steamers St. Paul and Quincy
were in and out yesterdaj n schedule
tiirn-. The former boat was enroute
from St. Paul to St. Louis, while the
latter boat was bound for St. Raul.
Both of them .carried a large list f
passengers and cargoes of freight.
The levee presented a scene of ant
math n yesterday morning' that
brought happiness to the hearts of
old time river men. in the presence at
the same time of the big Diamond do
sidt W heelers. St. 1'alll and Quincy, to
gether with the local packets, Helen
lllair and City of Winona.
The Lamb Boat A Engine company,
of Clinton, is to have an exhibit at
the St. Louis world's fair. Yesterday
Dwight Lamb, a member of the com
pany, arrived in this p. rt in his
launch, a 04-horse power craft, 60 feet
iu length, which was towing a barge
containing four samples of gasoline
launches and engines. The party in
charge of the boat left h te ihis morn
ing for St. Louis. The launches to
be exhibited are highly finished, and
have new torpedo sterns, giving them
a high rate of speed. One of them is
sai;! to be so equipped as to be able
to run up stream at the rate of 13
miles an hour, extraordinary speed
for a launch. The more common
launches run at the rate of from 6 lo
10 miles an hour.
( apt. John Streckfns of the steamer
.1. S. yesterday went on his steamer
Winona to Clinton, returning today,
on a tour of inspection. With him
w 1 re his wife and two sons. The cap
tain came to Rock Island from Keo
kuk, where the .). S. now is iu charge
of (apt. I). W. Wisherd. The large
steamer i making regular excursion
trips around towns near Keokuk, on
her way to this city, where she will
arrive Saturday morning, and in the
afternoon takes an excursion out of
Rock Island to Muscatine. Sunday
she will run an excursion to Clinton
under the auspices of the East End
Athletic chili of Moline.
The Mississippi will continue to rise
slowly between Dubuque and Daven
port. RIVER BULLETIN.
Dngr H'ght Ch'ge
Line 8a.m. 24hrs.
Feet. Kept. F"ct.
St. Raul 14 6.?, 0.4
Red Wing 14 ...
Seed's Landing i-' 0.1 o.:i
La Crosse 12 T.'.i -0.5
Rrairie du Chien ... Is 11.1 "0.9
Dubuque 18 11.0 1.0
Le Claire i :.'
Davenport !' B.O .4
les Moines Rapids.. .. ...
Keokuk 1" 8.3
St. Imis 30 "7.4
Kansas City 21 20.2 -4,-"
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that every minute will le your last'.'
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. II
Newton. Decatur. Ala. T.r years."
she w rites. "I endure ! insufferable
pain from indigestion, stomach and
bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable
when doctors and all remedies failed.
At length I was induced to try Electric
Bitten and the rrstilt was miraculous.
I improved at nee and now I'm Com
pletely recovered." For liver, kidney,
stomach an:! bowel troubles Electric
Hitters is the only medicine. Only S0e.
It's guaranteed by Hartz & L'llemeyer,
WatcK Tower Tviesday Evenings.
Schuetzen Park -Thvirsday Evenings
Coupon Books. 12 Tickets
Ticket- may be used interchangeably for both park-
BotK 'Phones 49S.
S2C0ND GERMAN CABLE
CONNECTS WITH POSTAL
The Postal Telegraph Cable coin
pant .-en is i ut notice that the second
German Borkum to New Y rk via tie
Azores was completed June I. It con
nects with the Postal Telegraph Cable
e impany. It w:,s laid h.v Ihe cable
steamer Stephen which left New
York Slay in with 2.100 nautical miles
of cable n hoar. I. She commenced to
pay out May 11 fr m a point off Fire
Isltmd. The shore end between Fire
island and Coney island, where the
American end of the cable is landed
lias already been laid, the final splice
was made of Fayal. 'I here are now
two complete submarine cables be
tween Germany and Ihe United States.
now open at St. Louis. Remem
ber Ihis! All lines of railway
connect direct with the
& Alton Ry
Time from Peoria only " hours.
Time from Chicago only 8 hours.
always apply via the
Ask your home ticket agent
for tickets over this line
'The Only Way."
A. G. ROBINSON, General Agent.
:;:.'7 Main Street.
Peoria : : : Illinois,
In connection with the Queen & Cres
cent Route, to certain points in Ala
bama. Georgia, Florida, North and
South Carolina. Kentucky, Mississippi,
Tennessee and Virginia on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUES
DAYS IN EACH MONTH.
May to November, 1904, inclusive, at
the very low rate of one fare for the
round trip, plus Tick ts are good
going 1" days, and for stop-overs
south of the Ohio river, with final lim
it for return of Ul days from date of
On the same dates one-way settlers
tickets will he sold to point- in the
same territory at onedialf tir-t class
rates, plus $'. from Ohio river gate
ways. For rates, schedules and full infor
mation. call on your nearest ticket
i.gent. or write to J. S. MeCuIiough.
W. W. P. A.. Dearborn street, Chi
For information about farm Ian'-,
busfaaeaa locations, etc., writ. T. It.
Thackston. ngert. Land at d Industrial
Department. 25 Dearborn -tret. Chi
cago. Ill or G. Ii. Allen, A C. P. A.,
St. Louis, Mo.
During Summer Setvson.
Da.ncing After Concert Till Midnight.
HENRY SONNTAG. Jr., Manager.
PU R.ITY AND CLEANLINESS
H. E. C A STEEL,
CZJeritral Trust g Savings Bank
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
CttpltHl Stuck aiOO.OOO. Four Per Cent Tutereiit Paid on Uepoalta.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. La Yelle.
II. E. Castecl,
L. D. kludge,
H. H. Cleaveland,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
H. W. Tremann,
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
uent, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. e act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
igent for non-residents, women, invalids, and othera.
"Rhymes of Robert Rexdale
At All 'BgoK. Stores
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 i'er Cent
Int. re-t Paid on DeponitH.
Money Loaned on P-rsonal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
M. Buford, President.
J 'hn Crnbaugh. Vice President.
P. Greenn wa't. Cashier.
Began !,e hm-incsr; July 2. 1-SK),
ind uccupviuir S. E. coiner of
Mitchell &. Lynde's new building.
ea to persons are so much a
matter of good bathing equip
ment that 1 wish to emphasise
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best ami most
sanitary apparatus. In such
aases it is to your highest inter
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here that richly deserves that
title. They will "dress up" the
dingiest room and make it a
thing of beauty.
Simplicity is one of the great
est charms and low price their
We now offer new and beauti
ful wall papers at low prices.
Also a full line of paints, oils,
glass, brushes, moldings, etc.
142U-1431 Scnnt Avenue.
Opposite Court lloime.
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H. B. SIMMON,
n. D. Mack,
M. S. Heagy,
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A Study in
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signs and effects in colorings. For
rich and artistic touches of colors and
lints and beauty of patterns they are
unrivaled. Decorations from them
are furnishings in themselves, and we
will do it at prices that are as attract
ive as our wall papers. We also carry
a stock of paints, oils and room
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419 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
Old 'phone union :.'! !. new 'oh" ie MIX.
j R. It. Cable.
P. Greens wait, 2
Phil Mitchell, J
lohn 'i uii-i ugh,
R. P. Hull,
E, W, Hurst,
I.. II, 1U"U,
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Solictors Jackson and Hurst.
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