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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12, 1907.
BICYCLE AND AUTO
TWO PROMINENT VISITING ODD FELLOWS
Indiana Officers of Patriarchs
Militant Presented to the
SECRET SESSIONS ARE HELD
Der ailment Council and Grand Fortress
Convened Visitors Are Wel
comed by Mayor.
The Patrian -lis Militant ononod to
day's piogiam with a business session
at the I. (). (). F. hall. be'.inniug at SCI'.K
thlri morning and lasting nun! noon.
The deia;liiieiit oi.iuoH of tin- Patii
aiehs Militant convened in the large
Kidir room, and tin ladies' auxiliary,
the Grand Foitio-s. I. ). O. 1. in the
hall annex. The two bodies exchange i
KlfiliUff.-:. Til.' commander-in-chief of
tin Patriarchs Militant and I rat t -lani
Commander 1'.. it. Portia of Indiana
Were piKi tlted to llie sevomh'.id body
i'.nd welcomed to (lie council :-'osinli.
The two bodies, tile i! pa i I men! coun
cil of the FatriaicliK Miii:ai't and t lie
Grand Fi.riie: :- iccoa , , nc.l at -u'clni l;
tlii-. afti'inoon and w.ie in secret so
tsion until shortly sifter o'clock. 'I'll
matter of the next place of ni ot ins; will
he decided late this atieruoon.
A special s ession id' I he Giand Kti
caniiineiit. I. O. . F.. was convened in
the annex of tlie Odd Fellows hall :H
4:::u tlii.'. afleiiioon to colder the ..rami
i n anipnii'iit degree. The PaMiaivh
Militant degree will I11' conlened thi.
evening al 7 : :: in the Odd Fellows ha'l
Tin- work will he exemplified hy Canton
Star No S. The initiatory decree will
lie conferred at the same hour in Math':
hall hy Rock island lodge No. IS. Af
ler this work is over, about :t ociock. a
tuatid recent ion extended to the visit-
iug meinhors, le-Mlotit menihers ami
their friends will ho held at Odd Fel
lows hall. Refreshments will he si-rv
d to those attending and all will b
given a souvenir. The reception will hi
given hy Fiidora Kehtcca lodge of thi1
Yesterdav afternoon at Long View
nark, at the puhlie rectplion which fid
lowed tile hi:; stieet parade, llie visi
tors were welcomed. Mayor Sr-halTer ev
tending the city's greetings, and ad
dresses being made hy .1. 1!. Frown, M
T. Stevens, Mrs. Flla Godfrey, and
Mrs. Alfinia M. Hatch, on behalf of
the Paliiaichs. the Odd Fellows, tin
l.adhs Miliiant. and ihe Rebekahs
The responses were made hy Depart,
nn lit Commander Harris. Crand Maste;
l ie, u. Merrills. .Mrs. .Nellie I.. Harris
Mrs. Lillie 10. Stewart, and Hon. K. S.
Conway, grand sire.
Mayor Schaffer welcomed the vi
itor.s in the following biiefTjut cordial
"The city of Rock Island welcom -the
Patriarchs Militant, the bight
order in Odd Fellowship. We are hoi:
orcd in having the department count-"
of Illinois held in our citv and air.
thin!; that our people can do will o
done for your comfort, convenience
"You who are Patriarchs Militant
have gained distinction hy coiistaat
and conscientious application of wliica
you should be proud. Much of ihe
credit for the noble work done in o'i
state hy the subordinate lodges is d i)
to your encouragement and helpful
ness. Tlie orphans homo, the old foiks
home, and the thousand and one var
ious benevolent enterprises in which
you are interested bespeak your lovo
of followtnali. You stand tlie proa 1
possessors of the greatest honor th,
three links can confer the title of
Patriarch Militant which signifies chu-
acter, benevolence and capability.
"Rock Island, the Queen City of th
Mississippi valley, extends the hand of
good fellowship and bids you heartiest
greetings; with its canton, its en
campment and its lodges it felt well
qualified to invito you here and now
that you are here it rejoices with
you in your goodly numbers and yo'ir
( oiiiiirtllivf Drill.
Following the program, the Rockford
and Moline cantons entered tin; compet
itive prize drill. Colonel V. T. Chan
lion, Captain E1 Diinavin, and Lieuleii
ant Walter Hart acted as judges, Mr.
Hart taking the place of Captain II. A.
.1. McDonald, who acted as judge in
the parade, but was compelled to leave
tlie grounds before the drill to keep
another engagement. A special session
of the grand lodge was held at Odd Fel
lows hall late In the afternoon and the
grand lodge degree conferred on a
Bcore or more of candidates.
It Ink I Parked.
Last evening's program at the skat
ing rink turned out to lie a graml suc
cess, the large building being packel
to its capacity, and a number of tin
Fpoctators were left standing. The fea
ture of the evening's entertainment
was conferring the decoration of chi-.--
The onl hliib graile
Bttklug Powder anlil
at iuol:riito price.
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HON. E. S. CONWAY.
Grand Sire of Grand LoJ'e I- O. O. F.
airy, upon "!i iadits all dressed i:
white, and - hi a'.iers in dn :-
iiiiiforni. The !-i:;'n was a i;io-. b-a:i-lil'iil
one. Tile decoration was cii'.l'e.
red by Major (o-nerai .latin s ilein;
Harris, department commau ler, a .,i-i
ed hy his stall' and lour ladie: d'.esse ",
in the insignia ef the Imlepi mh nt Or
der of the l.adit s Miliiant. The gra.id
deci.talieii of chivalry wa.- lieslowe',
on two id' the chevaliers. The jewel'
presented to those receiving the deco.
at ion WK" piiiin.d to tlui:' lina-is b."
little Miss Klaiifhe Krell. i present i ' .:
Iniioceliee and Purity". The Ho -it-work
during th'1 coiif'i rring d' the de
grees, was carri d out i C:ititon Siar
No. S of Rock Island. :!.-:-itt d by Can
toll Moline No. (!.
The (jrpahns home band was pres
ent at the affair, but on account of the
program heiijg long, ilid not lend v
their scheiiuh d concert being fnrc d to
leave early to catch tin if train. Th.-y
ho'vever gave ;i short conci i t at re
opening of the program.
4.ivt ill hits 1 iM-ir I-I:iIn.
Following tl; ( or.l 't ring of th" d '
illations of chivalry, the prizes in the
competitive driil v.i ;e lavtn-.vn u:''i
tlu winners. The first pri.e w-s
awarded to Rockford Can'oii No. tl, h i;
on accoimi of the c::tiloii not being
presi nt at the rink, their token w.1--not
iiresented to them until today. Can
ton Moline No. was ihe winner of
second prize. The Canton wits lined
up along the center of the room and
their prize ptv.-( nti d. ;il ti: with a-i
f ncoiiraging and complimentary ad
dress by the Ciand Sire K. S. Conway.
Canton Princeton. No. ll:!, nceived the
piize for having the largest number of
olnvaliers in the lino of march.
These ceremonies were fo'lowi-d by .:
grand march led by Major (onoi'.il
.lames Hi in y Harris and wife in which
4i"i couples took part. The chiv.iliei
who tool; part were dressed in fa'l
dress uniform and their ladies in whit"
dresses. The march ended with n
grand ball lasting until 1 o'clock, th:s
concluding the evening's program.
LIGHT FROST IN LAST
WEEK IN KORTH END
Illinois Experiences Same Kind
Weather That Has Prevailed
The weelily wealli'. r lmllelin
nois for the wei k ending .mm
Deficiency in temperature, excessive
rainfall and lack of bright sunshine
were weather chaiai terist :cs tor tlie
week Hiding Monday, .lune HI. Uxccpi-
ing the ilh. wuin it was netuiy normal.
llie mean daily temperaiure was defi
cient, tlie average lor ine staie nein
about 5 degreis. Light frost occurred
in the extreme northwest portion on
the morning of the th. Tlie tempera
ture extremes for the week were ST
degrees and "7 decrees. Showers won'
of frequent occurrence, and heavy falls
were registered at places in the north
ern district. In most localities tlie soil
is too wet for working, and general
farming operations tire very backward.
A tornado, destructive to life and
property, passed over Washington,
Perry and Crawford counties on the
evening of the Cth.
There was a great lack of bright sun
shine, Ihe greatest amount of cloudiness
prevailing in tlie noil horn district. Tlie
average of bright sunshine for tlie stale
was about 40 per cent.
Rock Island and St. Louis.
For quick service between Rock Is
land and St. Louis try the new train of
the Rock Island road. Leave Rock Is
land union depot at 0:05 a. m., Twe-nti-
eth street station at ;:lu a. ni.. daily.
Arrie Peoria tit N:."i ;i. in., Springfield
at 1 1 : or. a. m., St. Louis at L':l." p. in.
! p to-da!e i iiiipm. nt, dining cars, etc.
CJT OUT FREE LUNCH
UNDEJi SU300 LICENSE
Moline Salnonkeepers Already Drop
ping Custom of Giving Food
With Each Drink.
There is woe among ihe free limrdi
patrons in Moline. for the saloonkeep
ers, in rotal'iat .on for the $ 1 .turn license
oiiiiaanet- which will soon go into ef
fect after being approvi d by the poopi
of the city ai a special olteiii.-n, are
tdready makin u-ady to cut out Hie
lntiidont. Soin - have alre'idy done s
under a:i understanding lhat an agree
mem widi li iuo.-t of tin in iiave signed
should go into i fief t at once. Oihe:s
continue to do i-usim ; s as of yore im.
r.re iireii.in d to gel in ftti" w'neu all
are tiiiited on the propo:it ion. It is
proposed to eidoice ihe agreement !v
tacking lines 11,(011 those who violate
LEFT THE GAS TURNED ON
Carelessness of Plumbers Causes Fire at
C. E. Smith's Residence,
i 'Ihe cai'i les'-ncss of plumbers who
wen- at work repairing a gas heater at
the home of C. K. Smith, !i:!7 Twenti
eth street, this morning, resulted in a
fire at tin- itsidi-nce at '2: l." this after
lioan. The plumbers left the gas turn
ed on. and the pipe extending to the.
roof became overturned and set lire !.)
the shingle:-. Tno idaze ws discovered
by a neighbor, and the dt partment sum
moned. The names were cpiiokly extin
guished. The damage will not amount
to mote than $lou.
A SETTLEMENT WITH CROFT
Victim of Buffalo, Iowa, Accident Gets
$10,281 From C. R. I. & P.
S. II. Croft, former agent for thr
Rock Island road at, I biff a lo, Iowa, ha:i
neon paid $in..M at .Muscatine in sel
ih ment of t lie suit for damages insti
tuted hy Croft over tin- deaih of hi;
field and injurs- to his wife. The
: judgment was affirmed hy the supreme
court, of Iowa after a stubborn fight
lasting four yoi:s. The plaintiff's lii'le
child was killed and his wife was sv
tously injured by tlie spreading of tile
rails at liiiffalo. Iowa, when a freigr.t
car loath d with steel rails crashed inti
tlie depot and completely wrecked it.
Ice Cream Sociable.
The Trinity church choir will give an
ice cream sociable Thursday evening
en the church lawn, corner Sixth aw
hile and Nineteenth street, the pro
ceeds to go toward their camping
fund. In case of inclement weather the
choir room will lie pressed into service.
All are invited.
The Helen Flair was in from th--1
south. The P.. Hershoy and Kvereit
brought down logs and returned north.
The Ruth and KItnor were nortli and
south and tlie North Star, Harriet and
Sidney were north.
Tlie singe of water was 7. CO all day.
A Good Investment.
The greatest health regulator, is a
bottle of good beer taken with meal3.
Cross-Count ry is the best obtainable.
Telephone West 8!) old or COSO new.
KOCK ISLAND I1REWING CO.
l-or scratcnes, mirns, cuts, mseei
bites and the many little hurts con
mon to every family, nse DeWitt's Car
bolized Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by
-.v-'r-Y. T'-fe? - ; -' . :;;A
tYV;:- V : ,: "r-. YY
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FRED B. MERRILLS.
Grand Master of Illinois Odd Fellows.
DIRECTORS OF BOOK
CONCERN ARE CHOSEN
Swedish Lutheran Council Names Two
Local Men on Board of Pub
New Rritaiu. Conn., June
synodical council of the Swe,
eran church nominated the
foil, w iif
direclors of Auguslana P.ook concern
U. N. Swan. Sioux City. Iowa; F. I..
Liiidholm. Minneapolis, Minn.: Pro
lessor C. L. F. lCsbjorn. Rock Island,
HI.: Dr. C. V. Foss. Rock island. II!.;
Philip Pin-land-!-. Uatavia. II!.: Rev. C.
. Lindvahl, Marstialliown. Iowa. Rev.
P. M. Lindberg was nominated as sup
erintendent of the Deaconess institute
of Omaha, and the folowing were nam
ed as directors: Rev. S. P. A. Liu
dalil. Rock Island: Peter Petit son. S;.
Paul: Rev. C. A. P.randell. Denver, an 1
P. lilooin, Omaha.
THE W EAT II KK.
r.-Hlly i-lou-ly. wilii priilmlil v stumers
loniKlit it ml I lilirsil:i ; tMiiniir 'I liurs.
J. M. Mir.ltir.lt. 1 .-: I l-'oret-nxtrr.
Tiiiimtiii nr nl 7 :i. in., nt :t:ttO
i. in.. TO. Mill Iiii ii in li-iiiii-rill ur in lie(
21 limirM. 7S; iiiiiiliiiiini llti. t lui lly tf
nlml nl 7 ti. in., O inil-i pt-r liiinr. SIHKt
of nnlrr, 7.t IV el, luiiiue.
Insure with Beecher Proi.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Garden hose at I lie Mill Store.
Lawn movers at the Mill Store.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Kerler & Co., carpet and rug cleaners
Lawn mowers, from $L'.riu up, at Da v.
Gasoline stoves $2, $J.."n. $:;.!.", ri
Tlie latest and best in oil stoves at
Ihe Mill Store.
Garden hose, 10 and 1l!'i cents a
foot, at David Don's.
All men's suits must go, regardless
of cost. The Mill Store.
I handle tlie genuine Philadelphia
lawn mower. David Don.
Let Krell & Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; FUG Third avenue.
Excellent business men's luncheon 3.1
cents from 12 to 2 at Hotel Harms.
You always get full value in Lewis'
Single Binder straight 5-ccnt cigar.
Go to iMrs. II. D. Folsoin's and get a
present free of charge Friday after
Mrs. Humphreys wil! give a reading
at the thimble partv al Mrs. H. I).
Folsoin's on Friday afternoon.
If you want to laugh hear "Tlio
Young Ladies' Musicalo Club" r.t
Broadway church Friday evening.
It will cost but 2.1 cents admission
to the entertainment at Broadway
Friday evening. Refreshments free.
The entertainment at Broadway Fri
day night is given by the young ladies.
entirely. Come and see what they
It is worth more than 25 cents to
tlOTl t 1 , 1 '1 ,1 I r f lnr-1 nnlnl I
tic I. Ill ...n I lim I 11 111 I. 11 1..1 I (fUill!
alone at Broadway Friday evening.
Come and help boost our Sunday
scliool library fund Fridav evening at
P.roiidway. You know these are boost
"Tlie Young Ladies' Musical Club"
at P.roadway Friday evening;. It is the
town talk. Admission '2, cents, incliid
The P.. L. S. C. club pong, wliicli is
original, can be heard Friday night at
Proadway. You can't afford to miss
Kxicrt manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair an I
Maip given ny .Mrs. Hoi Levi, Tllfi Se-
enteeiith street. Old phone west T.'l
TI,,! I ' 1.1 1 -
emiai eiiiircn wan s .i singers
to join the chorus choir Friday evening
at the church. Instructions fro., i.
Professor Kling of Aimiislan.-i cottixro
imik oui mr i ne attrac no s l.iv.-
cards advi rlising the H. L. S. C. en
tertainment for Friday eveuinn. .Inn -
11. Tliey will be placed in the fUw
Tlie Junior league of the Fin-!
Mtlliodisl church wil hold its annual
picnic tomorrow afternoon at 2:-'.)
o'clock at Long View park. The mem
hers and their parents are invited t i
The Ladies' Aid society of the Cen
tral church wil give a thimble party
ami present exchange at the home ef
Mrs. II. D. Folsom on Friday afte:
noon from to ti. Program and re
freshments. STOPS WORK ON
Chief Eckliart Interferes on
Permit is Exceeded.
Chief of Police Fekhart this morn
ing served notice upon the carpenters
at work on the remodeling of tlie frame
building at Second avenue and Six
toentli street being prepared for a shot?
shining establishment by Leo Vieto;
that the work was exceeding the scope
of tlie original permission and it won. J
have, therefore to be stopK-d till the
city council took action upon it
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
Real Estate Transfers.
William P. Bainett to Cora L. Rood
lots .1 and II, Dibbern's subdivision,
block 2C, Sears. $.lno.
John Dee to William P. Burnett lots
.1 and 0, Dibbein's subdivision, bhx-k
2fi. Stars", $.100.
Carl Dralle to Gust Drallo undivide 1
i of lot II. block lS!t, Fast Moline,
White. Pope & Guyer to Julius R's-
tau lot 2. block 3. korb's addition.
Pleasant Valley, $1.2.1.
K. II. Guyer to Cyriol Vcrhale we-?t
37 feet lot !i. block S, Second additioi
Kdgewood Park. Rock Island. $232.
Henry P. Bahnks to John A. Hyn i
north .1 acres sou h Vi. southwest ,
northeast 'i. Sec. (1. 17, 1 east; also
part south 'a. southeast V. northwest
frl V, Sec. C. $1,300.
Jane A. Johnston to Sarah Edith
Johnston and Susan Rachel Johnston,
lot .10. block 1, Hubor & Peetz's addi
tion. Rock Island, $1.
John D. Cady and others to Joseph
Marconnet. tract southwest corner lot
21. block S, Cady's First addition. Mo
Millie Jackson to Harry M. McCasl.
rin. lot 14. block 1, Midway addition.
South Moline, $-10.
If you would enjoy tomorrow, take
Chamberlains' Stomach and Liver Tab
lets tonight. They produce an agree
able, laxative effect, clear the head and
cleanse the stomach. Price, 25 cents.
Samples free at all druggists.
With Result That Man on the Wheil,
W. M. Reid, Sustained Bruises
and Cuts in H-is Fall.
W. M. Rei.l. a caipenter residing at
?M2'J Kighth av-niie, was (.ii'iiieraMv
brnisi d ami cut this noon at 1L' ::!.
when he was run into by F. C. Denk
maiiti's autonioljiTe at Filth avenue and
Twenty-filth street. Reid was riding n
bicycle when lie was struck and
thrown to the pavement by the au!
mobile. He escapi d st rio'is itiju.-y.
but was shaken up considerably. He
was taken to a physician's oJtiee in in
automobile by Mr. Doitkmanti, and iiii
BAPTIST YOUNG PtOPLE
HOLD ANNUAL MEETING
Elect Officers for the Year and Hav;
Program and Social Gathering at
At the annual meeting of the T. ,
City P.iiptist Yoiuig People's union ho d
at the l-Mgewood ISaptist chiireli la-1
evening the following ollicets tor lh
year were eh ctt d:
President John Williams of
Kdgewood Baptist church.
Treasurir Miss Nettie IVmpst y ot
tlie First Raptis.t church.
Secretary Mr. Dose of Calvary I5.n;i
tist church, Davenport.
It was tn 'filled to In, id quarto!
meetings iit-realtcr instead ot
meetings a year. The meeiing
evening was attended by about
Take Remains Home.
The remains of .lames Walsh, th--laborer
who dropped dead of heait
failure at tlie Watch Tower yesterd iv
morning, were taken this morning t .
the home at Oxlord, Iowa, for buria!.
Mrs. T. J. Lemon.
Word was received this morning fro;;i
T. J. Lemon traveling s.tleman for th-
L. K. West Cum company announcing
the death of his wife, Irene 11. Lemon,
which occurred at the home of li -r
daughter in Clark, Mo., where she wa-,
taken some time ago on account
poor health. Of lale Mr. and Mr.;.
Lemon made their homo in D.tvonpoi'.
Mrs. Lemon was a resident of this
city for a numbei of years and was a
member of the First P.aptist
sisr lj i
M i lumping tLC
Employ experts and equip your bathroom with high grade
fixtures if you desire real plumhiag economy. Installing "tathfaisl"
Porcelain Enameled Ware assures you sanitary perfection aiuJ the
qualily of our work will save you money in repair bills.
We'll be glad to estimate on this kind of work for you.
Booklets illustrating (StamfattT
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EXCLUSIVE CUT GLASS.
Wedding presents you would
choose for their conventional ele
gance, their correctness, would
you not? And a touch of good
tattc we are sure you would not
From this standpoint examine
cur cut glass the best in the
world. Cut, pattern and finish
are refined, exclusive and alto
gether what you would expect
from this store.
But further than that, it has
in every piece a graceful distinc
tion which comes from the most
enthusiastic art idealism.
Ililt )V AVI
tin's oily. She was. very prominent in
her early life in W. C. T. F. circles in
Rock Island and Davenport.
Mrs. Thomas Journey and children
left today for Ftica, Ohio where they
wil spend tlK summer with relatives.
Major Cetieral J. Franklin liell is ac
companied by Mrs. Hell and they are
guests at the home of her parents M.-.
and Mrs. T. J. Huford.
At the Infirmary.
Tlie board of supervisors, together
with Judge Olmsted of tlie count y
coutt and County Clerk H. 13. Hin
hard, is spending the day at the couutv
infirmary. Yesterday afternoon the
I board considered an application for
the construction of a bridge over Ito-K
river between Rock Island and Henrv
counties, near Colona, Chairman Cary
was authorized to apioinl a speciai
committee to investigate the matter.
Just ask lor "Santa Fe Summer
. T. Ciinnip, Vn. Agenl,
A. T. Jt . I-. Ky.t
f os Addins Strttt, Chicago.
Ware sent free. 51