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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1007.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE
BIG CELEBRATION MONDAY
Procession is to Form at Rock Island Club and I
Will be Headed by Band
FIREWORKS ON LEVEE
Every Citizen is Urged to Par
ticipate in Event fo Mark a
New Era of the City.
What $100,000 Will Mean
Based on Terrc Haute
flOO.IMMI fun. I. rnUr.l n fow jenr
un, lnrrf:i.-il I In' iiiil:itiu SO T
la llo.k Islaiiil tills iill mriin
20.11110 liicri'Msr, or -I.IMMI faniilL'M n
t'rnliiiE five titi.
Tin' in-rii;' family Mit-nilH ?) jut
nrrk, n rilinc Ilie I oll-il Slnlm
rrnmiH, or :til,IMM 'for 4.WMI fiuiilllcN.
or $I.S7'J.MM iiuiuinlly.
A lit i-r t-iil id-I profit uciiiiK
IST.-(M per liiiiiinii for lliryt-omiiiii-nlty
al liirtr, on a 91110,000 Invrnl
iirnt. Is Hull not good rnoiiKlif
New Industries Already Here
Arllnln PI .1110 I'lnyrr coinpnny.
Knlinrr IOiikIiio & Mhi-IiIuc roiu
lu u y .
Iliiik I si 11 ml Tool enmpnny.
Y illelr-MiikIii MnniifiK-tlirlnK roin-
Cunne-Smj lli' Fruit company.'
John ( lilll'ler, MlnoklilK kooiIn.
' ' F. G. Young, C. S. McDaniel, and J.
W. Parker, the 'committee in' charge of
the arrangements' for the celebration to
be held Monday evening to mark the
success of the ef
fort to rarse"'a
fund of $100,000
for new factory
issued an an
and citizens gen
erally of the
plans for the celebration. Every citi
zen is urged to, participate in the dem
onstration. The parade will form at
the headquarters of the Industrial com
mission at the Rock Island Club build
ing, at 7:30 sharp, and will be headed
by an escort of the police department,
and a band of 40 pieces.
1111: mm: oh- m nrn.
The procession will move east on
Third avenue to Nineteenth street,
south to Fourth avenue, east to Twen
tieth street, north to Second avenue.
west to Fifteenth street, south to Third
avenue, east to Sixteenth street, north
to Second avenue, east to Seventeenth
street, and north to the river front. On
the river front there will be an elab
orate display of fireworks, a bonfire of
huge proportions, and a concert by the
I.I.I M IV VI K TIM'. STHI'.KTN.
The committee has gone over the
line of -march, and is securing the prom
ises of ail residents and business men
to illuminate the fronts of their prop
erty with Chinese lanterns, and to burn
two pounds of red fire and fire a dozen
Roman candles for about every 20 feet
of the line cf march. The procession
will pass between solid lines of red fire
and lanterns, while the fireworks will
be discharged as the parade passes.
MII.IIIV TO I'tlliK II'Ti:.
Arrangements have been made to
have the members of Company A, I. N.
G., and Rock Island division of the na
val reserves meet at the armory at 7:30
and join the parade. The committej
has requested the owners of boats and
launches to decorate their craft and or
ganize a water display in keeping with
that on the land.
The committee specially urges busi
ness men to decorate their buildings
and provide red fire and fireworks, in
I order that there may be no break in
:the lire of illumination while the pat
I ade passes.
I The committee's a nouncement
' closes with the wards, "Da not fail to
I take part in this celebration. It mark-:
a new era for the city."
J HOI Ml I TOMOItHOW.
I Tomorrow marks the round up of the
, canvass for the big factory fund, an I
i the committees lost no opportunity to
. day to work toward bringing the car
, vass to a successful issue. The motto
"Do It Now''., apparently was adopt:J
by the committee, and those who wer
spproathed were urged to "Do It Now '
and get in line and be, one of thosa
whose Dames will appear next week in
the honor roll of real boosters of Roc'c
Island. Thi. list of subscribers to tlu
$T00,DCCTTund will be published prob
ably Monday evening, and will give the
names of the subscribers to the fund
and the amount for which each signed.
The time is short, and the opportunity
to be enrolled among the honor list is
fast Slipping by.
With . approach of the round up of
the canvass 'the interest in the move
ment was increased throughout th?
city, and there is much discussion cf
the project and of the results tomor
iow. The announcement of the resu't
of this last week's work is certain to
be waited for with some i.nportr.nce.
I'OIM l.li M IIM KM''! IONS.
Popular subscriptions may be made
this evening or tomorrow at any of the
following drug stores, which have been
named by the executive committee:
John Bengston, 1700 Second avenue.
Hugh V. Burt, 800 Twelfth street.
Joseph M. Keim, 638 Thirty-eighth
Otto Rudert, 3000 Fifth avenue.
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue.
W. T. Hartz. 301 Twentieth street.
August Heirnbeck, 924 Third avenue.
Charles O. Lindorff, Twentieth street
and Fourth avenue.
Adolph J. Reiss, 2700 Seventh ave
nue. Herman O. Rolfs, 1828 Second ave
Louis A. Schmidt, Seventeenth street
and Seventh avenue.
Conrad A. Speide!, 1607 Second ave
Noah W. Steiner, 2300 Fifth avenue.
Charles J. Strate, 1101 Third avenue.
Thomas H. Thomas, 1630 Secoid
Charles Ullemeyer, 534 Sixteetrti
William Ullemeyer, Fifteenth street
and Eleventh avenue.
IIITTIIXS i iwitvni'..
It might be suggested that before
participating in the celebration Mo'
day, every citizen should provide him
se!f with a Booster button to show that
he is a real booster, and has a real in
terest in the movement for GreatT
Many Interesting Features Pro
vided for Annual State Y. M.
C. A. Meeting Here.
SELECT CONVENTION HALL
Business Sessions to be at First Meth
odist Church Delegates to be
Entertained in Homes.
-r T ! ici ami 11 1 THiwn
IVWVI .1 J Jf l XJ, 1 IshS. TMROltiM TO SCCONU
Specials for Saturday
Only 1000 of those beautiful 50-cent3 a dozen Carnations, Satur
day at half, 25 c.
Ladies' ribbed Vests, shell trimmed neck, from 2 to 4 p. m., 3c.
Men's fancy blue Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, all day, 19c.
Good full iize No. 7 nickel Teakettle, for Saturday only, 25c.
Climax Wall Paper Cleaner, for Saturday, can 8c.
Double twisted woven Hammocks with spreader, Saturday 62c.
. 15c Curtain Swisses, ,10c yard.
Tloral edged quadruple silver plate, $ 1 .00 Olive Dishes, Satur
Lawn Kimonas, white with colored polka dots, 16c.
$1.00 muslin Night Gowns with embroidered V shaped' yoke3
Ladles' 7-inch black and brown finger purses with Inside fittings,
Fine tucked tailor-made wash Belts, 10c.
Fresh Cccoanut Mar:;hrr a lows, pound 18c.
More of those fine Mixed Candies, pound 10c.
Prune and Fig bars ICca pound, again Saturday 10c.
Ladies' and Misses' new white Milan Sailors for Saturday.
Folding Go-carts, with rubber tires and steel handles, $1.50.
Grass Rugs, 18x36 inch, wool fringed. 25c.
Good Rag Carpet, yard wide, 25c yard.
Solid oak 38-inch top Princess Dressers, 18x36-inch French
bevel mirrors, $9.50.
Mill lengths 12c and 15c fancy Cretonnes, per yard, 7C.
Staple checked Apron Ginghams, per yard. 5ic.
Children's 98c and 75c Strap Slippers at 69c and 59c.
Women's 12J-C seamless fast black Hose, per pair, 8c.
Black silk Carola Umbrellas, at 3 o'clock, 69c each.
Musical program in the evening.
INVADE THE CITY
Came in Special Train, and March
Through Streets Remain in
Town Till Morning.
Headed liy the mayor and oilieors of
the promotion chili, ss Peoria manufac
turer? anil business men invaded Kock
Islniiil tliis afternoon at ami march
ed through the business district with
the hand playing am! each of the march
el s carrying a Peoria pennant. The
Peoria boosters came in a rpocial train
over the Kock Island. They will iv
main in the city ajd Moline till to
morrow morning, this being the longest
stop on the trip of two days. The Ar
gus was favored with a serenade.
The plans for the annual eonve:i
lion of the State Young .Men's Chn.:
tinn associations, to be held in th'.-
city Thursday. Friday. Saturday a.i
Sunday, October 1'i I'T. an- nearin
completion. I ne hoard o. directors
of the local association met a few dn
ago wiili State Seorttaiy A. M. Iiriin.i
of Chicago, and titin.ulatcd some oi
tin1 plans. The husim ss scions v
lake place in tin"' Fir t t'ao li
church and there
FALLS FROM TOP
GIRDER OF BRIDGE
Charles Minor, Employed on Twenty
fourth Street Work, Sustained
Very Severe Injuries.
' Charles 'Minor.' employed in the con
struction work on the Twenty-founh
street bridge, this afternoon at 2
o'clock fell from, the top girder of t i.
bridge, and sustained injtuiesof a vry
severe and possibly, fatal oharacler. :lj
has not regained consciousness. II
was at once removed in the city am
b 1 1 aucK u iSi.. Ant hony's . hospira i;
each day. The In -adiiuai ters for thi
visiting delegates wi'.l lie at the Ha:
per house. The evening sessions u
the convention arc planned to he 1 11 .
most popular and the public is invite
to attend. If arrangements can h
made, entertainment tor tiie visiipr
dehgaies will be provided in Kock I
land hemes. Ti'ose who can enlettai
two or even one of the delegai- s wlf!
they are in the city, sliould send tiT-.
names and addresses to the secreta:
of the local association.
Mretini; "I I lit'aler.
lor Sundav me last dav of tne con
vent ion, plan. are being made for
big meifs mooting to hi' held at t'
lilinois theater. The ni' iiting will
addressed by O. C. Smith, otic- of tJi
gieatest evangelistic workers in Cai
cago. During ilie convention, a mu'.
ipiartet consisting of ('. ('. Smith 'I'll
II. Kico of Chicago. 11. K. Me'calf of
jQaiuey ami tv W. Peck, state s eieta-y
ot Minnesota, will l'litiisn music tor
the sessions. One of the most notah!.
speakers who has planned to be here
dining tiie convention i-; S. I. Cuidoi
of Cleveland, Ohio, the author of
"Quiet Talks on Power". Mr. Cordon
was for a nuinhi r of vtar- the Ohio
state secn'tary, and is wideiy 1 :i .Av
ail over this state, lie is schedule.! to
speak at every bible hour, at the
ginning of each session. Among tiie
oilier spiaktrs who are to be prosei-'
are Kober' yoidensoll of tiie lnicrn
iiuiial clmiinitiee "iftid societal y of th.
New Yory state association, and K. A
Schumaker. the slate iter, lary of Kin
sas. who will tell about the work being
done in the grasshopper state. j
llniMltii't uf lliisinfH l-n.
Friday evening, the ' second day of
the convention, the business men 'of
Kock- Island -.will , uv&ivcn a banquet a'
Several ribs on thp 'rljrht sidr-are fra- ! th large skftting rink. The oponi ig
address of the convention Thursday,
evening will he made by former Cov
entor S. K. Van Snnt of Minm sota."' !
It will take some time to complete
the program for the affair and me'.
ings of the board of directors of ta.
local association will be In id If eiiue;;'.
ly until the plans are completed. j
lured, and other injuries were sustain
ed. The man's homo is at 910 Thin!
L4NDS A DAVENPORT JOB
Tri-City Cement Products Company to
Help Build Big Warehouse.
The Tri-City Cement Products com
pany, one of the industries estahlish-d
in this city recently, landed a larg"
(ohtrr.et yesto.-day afternoon in P.w
enport. The Davenport Pag and Paper
company is going to erect a live stoiy
cement block, warehouse at the com-T
of Second and Iowa streets. Wallet
Haas has the general contract but ilio
walls ami frame work were awarded t.)
I lie Tri-City Products company. The
company, though it started in business
here but a few months ago,
gaining a wide reputation with the pio
litcis they are putting out.
OUTING SUIT TIME.
STEAMER J. S. TO
ARRIVE HERE SUNDAY
Boat to Make Two Trips Before De
parting for the North Columbia
Warm Days Bring Out Light Weight's
and Straw Hats Got Yours?
See M. &. K. About It.
The present warm weather gives ffes'n
1'iiipi tns to the demand for outing suits.
riteso warm days add greatly to the
omfort making power of those gar
T ho showing at the M. &; K. is with
out doubt the most extensive in this re
gion. All the new ideas for summer in
the much-favored popular weight worst-
ens in plants ami stupes, mosuy gray.
Fiom the standpoint of economy
these are excellent garments to buy.
They represent values much in excess
of tin; prices asked. For instance, the
niting suits M. & K. sell at flS would
be not loss than T1 in stores not pos
sessing M. & K. buying power.
Vnderwear comes in for special al
tention just now with the bargains M.
& K. arc giving. A fine line of 5u-cent
underwear is offered at -"."i cents, or
throe for $1, and is selling rapidly, as
is the 7"i-eent goods at 50 v cents and
the $1 goods at 75 cents. Tri-city peo
ple quickly recognize the advantages
M. & K. offer them.
M. & K. tropical weight underwear at
50 cents is just the thing for swelfYy
lays there's nothing else so comfort
able. The cooling, soothing straw hat is
Cast coming to the front. The M. & K.
line deserves the patronage of all good
tlresserr, it's so complete. The tele
scopes and pliable rim hats are rival
ing the ever popular sailors in public
favor. Take your choice early while
the assortments are complete. The
prices are 50 cents to $7.50.
The steamer J. S. will arrive here
Sunday morning on i's first trip from
the south thl.soason. It will be lure
Sunday ami' Monday and will then re
sume its trip north. Sunday it will
take an excursion to Muscatine, and
Monllay evening will take the Norfolk
club of the Eagles for a moonlight out
ing on the river.
The steamer Columbia will begin its
usual Sat in day evening trips to Musca
tine and return, tomoriow. The b.iat
will leave the Kock island lauding a
t o'clock and will arrive at Kock lsiand
on the return trip at iu::!n. These trips
proved very popular last season.
The stage of water was 7.C0 all da.v
The Helen Blair was up from th.
south. The J. W. Van Sant, Lydia Van
Sant, and Ruth were north and south.
GRAND JURY IS ELECTED
Board Makes Appointments Judges
and Clerks are Named.
The board of supervisors this morn
ing appointed judges- ;ind clerks of elec
tions for the coming year. Few chang
es were made in the list, and those ap
pointed will not be called on to serve
unless a special election becomes nec
essary. The following were appointed
members of the September grand jury:
Cordova S. W. Kmnor.
Coo Edward Coo.
Canoe Creek George W. McMurphy.
Ztuna George Setzcr.
Port Kyron Charles Engdahl.
Hampton Irvin ('ox.
South Moline Arthur Stephenson.
Moline W. 1.. Straw, Axel Sorling,
and Anton Linden.
Kock Island Albert ,T. I.ydelm. Koh
trt Cox, Deidrieh Hohenhoken, ami Y.
South Kock Island C. G. Pack.
Black Hawk F. H. Caldwell.
Coal Valley John T. Mass.
Kural W. W. Wilson.
Bowling James B. Clarke.
Edgington J. A. Carpenter.
Andalusia Deloss Holmes.
Buffalo Prairie Fred Beardsley.
Di ury Isaac Foster.
1601 -1&03 -. 2 nd. Ave. HOCK IiLAN3
Up- to -Date'
Have You Seen Our
and 3 -piece Suits?
If you want to sec a real strong line
of Outing and three-piece suits at
take a gbince at our corner window.
We've about a dozen patterns in gray,
club checks, plain colors, blue serge
and blacks. Have your selection
these are $18 and $20 suits, but we've
made a leader of them at the popular
price of $15. Make your pick tomor
row while the assortment is at its best
Yes, this fickle weather is not much
for straw hat buying, but the first hot
day watch out. Every kind and di
mension of straws here
50c to $5.
Fine Fixings Fresh
From the East.
Have just added materially to our haber
dashery section with late creations now in
vogue in the larger cities. Some of them
are described as follows: Effective shirt
patterns, plaids, English checks, twin stripes
and rich colored tints.
$1, 1.25 and 1.50
L W .V f5? rfi
'- ? v i x
f- rM i, j
.Very new designs in summer weight to
be worn with oxfords black, white, tan
Wide Bow Cravats
Designed to be worn with the new style
morning at !) o'clock from the Sacred
Heart church. The services were con
ducted by Key. J. F. Lockney, the pas-
tor of the church. The pallbearers wo.,
Cornelius, Edward, and P. F. Meitian.
brothers-in-law, and Frank. Conrad, and
Ed.vard Mootian, cousins. Burial took
place at Calvary euneie.-y.
Rock Island and St. Louis.
For quick service between Kock Is
land ami St. Louis try the new train of
the Kock Island road. Leave Kock Is
land union depot al i!:u5 a. in.. Twenti
eth strict station at 0:10 a. in., daily.
Anive Peoria at :55 a. in.. Spi ingfi. 11
at ll:ii5 a. in., St. Louis at 2:15 p. m.
lp io-dato i cjuipmeni, dining cars. eic.
Has your stomach gone out of busi
ness? If so you can reach the top
notch of physical and mental power
by using Hollister's Kooky Moiintani
Ti a. .15 cent?. Tea or Tablets, ll.'.r
per house pharmacy.
FLAGS FLYING OVER CI.Y
Rock Island Celebrates 130th Anniver
sary cf Adoption.
Flags were Hying over till public
buildings and many private ones and
were displaved prominently in th r;-sl-detice
poi i ion of tin city today in ob-i-eivance
of the adoption of "oil
All the new all the time THE
Funeral services over the remains of
J Patrick Joseph Mooney were held this
Come Take Your
Alice N. White
To the Tower tonight
THE BIG PETERSEN'S BAND IN THE MUSIC PAVILION.
OGDEN'S ORCHESTRA IN THE D'NCE HALL.
MOVING PICTURES IN THE THEATER.
CHUTE THE CHUTES, GIANT CIRCLE SWING, FIGURE 8, AND COUNT
LESS OTHER BIG FEATURES.