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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 100G.
TO PROBATE WILL
Last Testament cf Dean Thomas
Mac kin Now Before Judge
ASK FOR MORE WITNESSES
Arguments on Question Now in Pro
gress Circuit Court Ajourns
for the Day.
The admission to probate of the will
of the late Dean Thomas Mackin is
against before Judge Parnienter in
county court today. On account of in
sufficient notice the probate of the will
was previously set aside and matters
went back to the beginning. The case
will probably continue another day.
(Juration of Tel iiuony.
Examination of I ho witnesses to the
will was in progress this morning and
this afternoon the question of admission
of farther testimony was argued before
the court. McEniry & McHniry and
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford appear for
the executors and petitioners, and Stur
geon. Stelck & Sturgeon and Ken
worthy & Kenworthy are representing
per sens not legatees under the will.
Irriilt Court AtljoiirnM.
On account of the hearing of the will
case in the county court having lu en
previously set and occupying the at
tention of William Jackson and S. It.
Kenworthy, who were in the case of
Julia Ross vs. the Chicago. Rock Is
land & Pacific Railway company, an
adjournment of the circuit court was
taken this morning and the jury excus
ed until .Monday.
Island Fuel company always has a sup
ply on hand.
Ige-Wafers a good place to buy
A great place to buy shoes is at Lage
Waters'. Try I'llemeyer & Sterling for your
Imported and domestic cheese at
See the new spring shoes for men at
Attend the Saturday evening musi-
cale at McCabe's.
Wear the Tiger hat. $:, soft and
tiff, at LaVelle's.
You always get good values at Iage
Waters' shoe store.
Those cent cUildrens' shoes are
Winn discouraged, go to the Rock
Island Fuel company.
Dry coal and lumber at Mueller's, at
mine and mill prices.
Plenty of nicely dressed poultry at
The stage of water was 4.90 at C
W. R. BENKERT CALLS
Disrupting Influences Ignored in
Announcement of Christian Party
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Trmprrnlurr nt 7 n. hi.. 1: at 3::i
p. 2N. rltM-lt- of ntuil at S a. in-,
Ieaf lard at Gilmore's.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri City Towel Supply company.
For bus. baggage, express call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
a. in., and 4.S."". at noon.
I Boys' and little fellows suits, a fine
assortment, at IaVelle's.
1 See the specials for Saturday and
Monday in McCabe's big ad.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's. 1314 Third- avenue.
Boys' knee pants suits. Norfolk, fine
values Z and $3.50 at LaVelle's.
Fancy ptars. pineapples and white
grapes at Passig Bios', tomorrow.
Nicely dressed turkeys and chicken.'-;
at H. Treinann's Sons' tomorrow.
Girls' hats in the higli school shapes
at (U. & S.) I'llemeyer & Sterling.
U'wls' Single Binder straight Scents
cigar, made of rich, mellow tobacco.
Every special for tomorrow just as
advertised. See ad page C. Young &
Chickens, nicely dressed, at Cole
man's market, 151 'i Second avenue,
Caps. caps, all the newest novelties
in spring caps at (U. & S.) UUemeyer
Men's nobby spring suits, nobby fit
ters, choice patterns, $12.50 to $30.
Special March wall paper sale. Bor
ders by the roll at the Adams Wall Pa-
Plenty of fresh fish and oysters ev
ery day at Aten's lish market, 1510
Talk about bargains see the Home
Tea company's window this week.
They have them.
As the weather is a trifle tricky
William Rudolph Benkert, national
chairman of the united christian party
has issued a call for the next annual
meeting of his organization. In It he
makes no reference to the attempt at
disruption which was made since the
last meeting. The call is as follows:
All Christians and patriots who can
endorse the 10 commandments that
were written by God and Jesus, golden
rule as the basis of a platform for
Christian government by and for the
people, are hereby called to gather in
His name in annual national confer
ence at the Watch Tower at Rock Is
land. 111.. May 1. 0G, to confer and
council with one another and plan for
further action and a closer union of all
patriots to make God's law a more
practical test of all government in ev
ery state and nation. Coine, now, let
us reason together and be loyal to Din
God, fair with King Jesus and true to
our country. The press and all inter
ested a-e kindly asked to please pub
lish and announce this call, with a
broad invitation to all who can endorse
this purpose regardless of sex, creed,
nationality, color or previous politics
at McCabe's are bound to win many
new patrons for this popular- section of
the big store.
Fertilizer, steam dried, odorless for
lawns, eardens and farms, delivered to
any address in town at $1.50 per 100
pounds. Special price in ton lots.
Twin-City Rendering company; 'phone
All day Saturday at Ingalls' jewelry
store. 100 hat pins with solid silver
tons. 10 cents each. e make no
secret of it. It's a bait to get you in
the store to see the new spring jew
elry. Take time to look around.
At a special meeting of Siboney Bay
camp. United Spanish War Veterans,
at Memorial hall last night a commit
tee of three members was named to
arrange for the annual ball April 27,
commemorating the departure of Com
pany A for the front, in 181)8.
ONE of the fell
MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT AGAIN
Strawberries at Passig Bros', tomor
Coal Is hard to get, but the Rock ought to consider a top coat. We have
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Have not the largest store but
are positively showing the
handsomest line of
That has ever been displayed
in this city and after seeing
our display and having tried on
a few of our garments, no
other line of clothing will seem
good to you.
Prices Range From
S10 to $25
the swellest you ever looked at.
Stfin-Bloch Co.'s suits and top coats
they lit and are sold at a popular
price at I.aVelle's.
Some rousing specials for tomorrow
at Young & Alt-Combs'. See ad on
page this evening.
Did you say cravenettes? Well, we
an- headquarters for them: prices from
$10 to $25. The l.ondon.
At 2 o'clock each day, Saturday an J
Monday, women's 15-cent fancy hone,
5 cents a pair, at McCabe's.
Let us show to you our large and
well selected line of 19m; suits. (IT.
6 S.) UUemeyer & Sterling.
Have you seen them? The latest
styles and shapes in boys' and chil
dren's headgear, at I.aVelle's.
Beginning Saturday morning a great
display and sale of dress goods will be
a strong feature at McCabe's.
UUemeyer & Sterling are having a
great sale of high school hats, special
style for the girls; at (IT. & S.)
Those delicious Itubel-Allegretti
chocolates, 25 cents a ound Saturday
and Monday all day at McCabe's.
Mary K. Alulcahey, deputy supreme
oracle of the Chicago R. N. A., was at
the class initiation of 500 this week.
The Rock Island Fuel company is
selling carefully screened and forked
Spring Valley thiid vein chunk coal
iNote tne y:.50 a. m. and 2:.;0 p. m.
dress goods and silk'specials in Me-
Cabe's big. historical dress goods sale
iney are pink, wnair i lie new
(just out) novelty shirts with two pairs
of cuffs. (IT. & s.) UUemeyer & Ster
Have you seen the new line of Man
hatian shirts, cuffs attached? If not.
take a look $1.50 to $3.50. The Ion-
Wall paper, 3. 4 and 5 cents per
roll; border the same. Special March
sale at the Adams Wall Paper com
Passig Bros, will have their usual
complete display of fresh vegetables
tomorrow. Order your Sunday dinner
Dr. Myers has recovered from his
recent serious Illness and can be found
at his office during his usual office
The Alanhattan coat is always right.
not quite so long as the Aleadowbrook,
but very swagger. Shown only at the
Those form-fitting 42-inch Meadow-
brooks are the proper caper. Give us
an opportunity to show them to you.
Spring neckwear .and gloves in all
the latest shades. Ask to see the
chamois gloves, the newest thing out
Tonight occurs the humorous oper
etta. "The Spinsters' Club," at the Cen
tral church. Admission, 25 cents, chil
dren 15 cents.
The Fair. Davenport,, announces
some great trade-inducing specials for
tomorrow in their ad on page 3 this
evening. Read it. '..).
Get on the safe side by ordering
your coal from the Mueller Lumber
company. They will take care of you
others might fail.
If you want to do yourself justice,
look over our line of spring suits be
fore purchasing. A number of new
models to show you. The London.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Lol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Have you seen the new line of Em
ery shirts, detached cuffs? It is large
and varied, and we would like to show
them to you $1, $1.50, $2. The Lon
don. Coal is not plenty and none coming
for months. Please remember East
man & Co., Forty-fifth street, have sev-;
eral hundred tons on hand. Both
Fresh cut carnations, 23 cents per
dozen, assorted roses 37 cents per doz
en, American beauty roses 48 cents per
dozen, while they last Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. The women's spring coats and suits
on show for Saturday and next week
McCaskrin Has Characteristic Cam
paign Novelty as Bow for Congress.
Chief of Police McCaskrin has made
his aniKiuneciiH nt for congress as an
independent candidate in the Four
teenth district again. The announce
ment is characteristic. It conies in
the form of a celluloid toothpick bear
ing the inscription "Pick George Wash
ington AlcCaskrin for Congress."
It is sharpened at both ends and
hollow in the middle.
Q FIREMAN'S BODY BURNED
Pinned Under Wreck of Freights That
Occurs Near Browning.
Yesterday morning two extra freight
trains headed for Galesburg were
wrecked in a rear end collision on thi;
"Dutchman" hill, half a mile north of
Browning, when Fireman Claude Ale-!
Gill was buried under the firebox of
(he engine and instantly killed. Brake--man
George Hawkins of the train
ahead was badly bruised. Engineer It.
10. Mason of the second train was'
slightly injured in jumping. All tho'
members of the two crews are Beards
; m; $25
OpcnWe J. y Sat. Nights
ARCANUM LEADER ENJOINED
Expelled Head of Fight on Increased
Rates Secures Injunction.
Syracuse, X. Y.. March 2o. Frank
Z. Wilcox, a leader of the opposition to
the increased rates of the Royal Arcan
um and who was recently expelled by
Supreme Rtgent Howard C. Wiggins of
Home, has secured from Justice Wat
son Af. Rogers here an injunction, the
effect of which is to give him all priv
ileges of membership in the order,
pending the final determination of his
sr.it against the supreme council for
ri instateinenr. The injunction forbids
the publication of the proceedings be
fore the trial committee in the Bulle
tin, tke organ of the order.
FOUR SHOT IN FAMILY FIGHT
Nebraska Farmer Wounds Wife and
Her Father and Mother.
Winside, Neb.. March 23. August
Miller, a young farmer of Stanton
county, yesterday went to the home of
his father-in-law, Fred Harnecke,
where Airs. Aliller had gone after a
quarrel, and fatally shot his wife and
dangerously wounded her father and
mother. Aliller was in turn wounded
by Harnecke, but not seriously, it s
thought. Borrowing a neighbor's
horse, he escaped, though a sheriff's
posse is in pursuit.
ows wears a ud-incn lennm
Yorkshire" Suit and the other a
"fc Yorkshire" Topcoat. In New
York the hest stores sell them for
$20 to $45- more ahout the m be
low. Meet the two face to face
11 drr 1
ana De in time to oet a 3zv special
Suit or Topcoat for . .
Young Men Want Styles
with College Men
Wear for Men & Young Men:(
English Club CKcclcs, Imported CKallc Stripe Aorsteds,
Persian Plaids, Twilignt Grays and Blacks, 32 and
33-inch lengths ; TOPCOATS in 36 -inch box hack
and LOUIS XV style, 42 to 46 inches long" ; CRA
VENETTES (rainproof overcoats) in new Grays,
Tans and Clacks. :: :: Prices $10 to $25
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THREE CONVENTIONS IN ONE
Prohibitionists to Have All Day Ses
sion March 31 at Monmouth.
The prohibitionists of the congres
sional and senatorial districts as well
as the Warren county convention of
the party are to convene in j.ionmouth
Saturday. Alarch 31. The three conven
tions of the day will be followed by a
mass meeting in the circuit court room
at night, when Hon. E. W. Chafin of
Chicago will U liver an address. The
county convention will convene at
10:::u o'clock, at which time a full coun
ty ticket is' expected to be nominated.
The senatorial convention of the Thirty-second
district will convene at 1
o'clock in the afternoon, to be followed
by the congressional convention of the
Fourteenth district at 2 o'clock.
news all the time THE
CONDITION STILL CRITICAL
H2rry McCollocli Only Partially Recov
ers From Shock.
Harry AlcCol'.och, according l re
ports from St, Anthony's hospital,
where he was removed after the acci
dent ytsterday morning. Is still in very
critical condition. He has only par
tially recovered from the shock follow
ing the accident.
Bi Dissolution Sale
New Spring Clothing
PER CENT DISCOUNT
unable to wait on all the trade last Satur
Wednesday nights, but will have a still
larger force of salesmen for next Saturday.