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TffJE ROCK; ISLAND, ARGUS
MONDAY. MAY 4, 1908.
OF THE Di OF I.
Branch of Catholic Ladies So
ciety is Established With Cer
' emonies at K. C. Hall.
BANQUET AT HARPER LATER
Court of the Madonna is First in Illi
nois Outside of Chicago Vis
itors Make Speeches.
A court of the Daughters of Isabella
which has been under process of or
ganization for the last month was in
stituted last evening at the Knights
of Columbus hall, after which a ban
quet-was held at the Harper house, to
which the Knighi3 of Columbus were
The Daughters of Isabella is a Catho
lic Indies' society which has its head
quarters at Washington, D. C, and
has a membership of 10.COM. The
court which was added last evening is
the first one in the slate outside of
Chicago. Each court Is limited in
number to 50 members, and the in
auguratcd here, which will be known
as the Court of the Madonna, has se
cured 47 already. Small death benefits
are paid by the, society, but the chief
aim it: sociability and charity. The
members throughout the entire society
are mostly the wives and daughters
of the Knights of Columbus, and the
ladies hope soon to be recognized as
an auxiliary .to the men's organization
. . . Ina l.nlU-i In t'liitrKe.
T. C. Riuuitree and Mrs. Irene Haga
man were the promoters of the local
court, and their efforts met with an
enlhusinstk!' response from the ladies
of 'the city. The ladies' degree team
of DcWitt, Iowa, assisted by a team
from Ottumwa, conferred the adoption
ceremony upon the new members last
evening at the Knights of Columbus
hall. Following the ceremonies an
elaborate banquet was served at the
Harper Jiouse, at which there were
about 173 present, including the mem
bers of the new court, the Installing
members and the invited guests, the
Knights of Columbus, and the clergy
from the three cities of the Roman
Ofllrcru of Court.
The officers of the Court of the Ma
donna were announced at the ban
ijuet and are as follows:
Grand Regent Mrs. Irene Haga
Vice Grand Regent Mrs. Rose La-
Financial Seccrctary Miss Ella Col
Historian Miss Kathryn Fitzgerald
Treasurer Mrs. Marie Rcidy.
Monitor Miss Grace Rosenfield.
' Lecturer Mrs. J. N. Hopkins.
Sentinel Miss Mame O'Brien.
Organist Miss N. M. Roantrcc.
Program of Toanls.
After the banquet a fitting program
was carried out, Mrs. J. E; Reidy act
ing as toastmistress. The program was
Address of Welcome Mrs. J. L.
Response Mrs. Martin Kelly, De
Witt, Iowa. . , ' '
Vocal Solo Miss Grace Rosenfield.
, Remarks Dean J. J. Quinn.
Congratulations James F. Murphy,
Daughters of Isabella Mrs. Eliza
Whistling Solo T. C. Roantree.
Our Duty Father Cleary.
Expectations Mrs. Smith, grand re
gent at Ottumwa.
Women's Clubs Hon. M. V. Gan
Piano Solo Miss Geiger.
Wit and Humor T. F. LaVelle.
Remarks F. M. Burt.
The banquet hall decorations were
very pretty, consisting of flags, the
colors of the order, etc. The banquet
was one of the finest ever held at the
Harper house, and the court did itself
proud in all respects.
These two (futs illustrate the splendid. vahies we
offer iff folding go-carts for babies. It opens or
closes with a single movement of the hand, con
structed of fine bicycle tubing and chase leather, at
tractively colored. It's a lightweight vehicle and
easy to take along on the car. See them.
8j- Alwin Folding f jrrv
.OV Go-Carta . r.....O.OJ
tings " Beautiful
One of the strongest features of the
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet is its Flour
iBSn .with patent sifter attachment
"With this bin there Is no bending, no
digging up a acoopful as 'with the 4r-
dinary bin. There Is no chance of
dust or dirt getting into the Hoosier
bin, as there Is -in bin3 yon have to
open every time you take out any
flour. Let us show you this cabinet
We are also exclusive agents for
the McDougall Kitchen Cabinets,
Time is the proof that tells the stgyy of wear and worth.
If anything bought here should fail to prove as represented,
then the cost is our own. We will not permit our patrons to
suffer when the responsibility belongs to us. At this store ev-
ery transaction is fully protected by an integrity that never
wavers in its surety of what is just. As sole agents for many
of the leading factories, we enjoy a strong position for busi
ness building and liberal saving to our customers. With the
right goods at the right price yon take no chance.
Tri-City Rug .
The satisfaction of KNOWING that when you have seen
our line of rugs, that you have seen the? best makes of rugs
in the world, and rugs such as arc to be seen in no other Tri
City store,, but this is a satisfaction that is worth MUCH to
you, as it relieves you of that tiresome task of shopping
looking around when you see our lino you can rest assured
that you have seen everything that is NEW in the rug world.
Corae and see. even if you don't intend to buy.
We are showing: the largest and best
selected line of extension tables that
has ever been shown in these parts,
and our prices are away below the '
If you have ever priced a round ped
estal extension table like this else
where, you know that they have asked
you $19.50 for it, our price - Q
ia only lO.OU
Less Ice. Perfect Sanitation.
Absolutely Dry and Sweet.
A scientific system of
perfect refrigeration; con
stant circulation of cold
dry air; packed with min
eral wool Insulation; a
positive non-conductor of
heat. or cold; easiest to
clean no hidden corners;
all parts easily removed
by hand, aJl sizes and
styles, including the gen
uine porcelain lined.' We
are exclusive agents for
the Automatic, Leonard
Clcanable and Baldwin,
with prices always right.
Special reduced prices for
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN, Cor. 16th st. and 2d ave., Rock Island
to June 14-21. This change is in ac
cordance with the request of Colonel
Cbannon who thought it would suit
the men of his regiment better to be
at home over the Fourth of July.
THE W EAT HE iC .
ShimrrM tonight "! Tuemlny; not
iiiurh rlii'nirc in trmiicratnrc. .
J. M. S31KKIi:u, l.oviil Forecaster.
Temperature nt 7 a. m- 43; at 3:30
p. in., 45. Maximum temperature in last
21 hours, r.H; minimum, 42. Velocity of
wind at "a. inS miles per hour. Mage
of water, 7JJ feet, a rise of .1 foot In
Inst 4M hours. Precipitation, .11 inches
in last 21 hours up to 7 a. m.
Funeral of Mrs. Glockhoff. - . ' (
The remains of Mrs, Catherine
Glockhoff were laid to rest. this after
noon, the funeral , taking ptace at 2
o'clock from the home, 3301 Four
teenth avenue. The services were
conducted by Rev. C. A. Mennlcke,
Burial look place at Chippianuock
. Camp Date Is Changed.
Colonel W. T. Channon has received
notice from Adjutant General Scott
that the dato for the annual encamp
merit of the 6th regiment will ' be
changed from June 28 through July
J. J. Audubon.
17S2 John Jamo Audu
bon, famous miiural
ist, bom; died 1XT.1.
17X William-. IIU-kli::s
born; died 1S5D.
1708 Outbreak of the
last extensive Irish
rebellion: it cost 20,-
0C0 English and 130,000 Irish lives.
1SC1 President Lincoln vailed for 42,
000 volunteers for three yeare and
informed foreign powers of his in-
tention to maintain the 'Union by
force of arms.
1900 W. F. Oven, noted American
actor, died In New York city; born
Sun sets C:5., rises '4:49; moon sets
11:07 p. m.; 7:42 a. m., moon in. con
Junction with Neptune, parking the
planet, west to east. ;
1. ' 11.000 00 will ba glvon tat V"
kimjrmlNitADClUiuriirtwto ' '
huallLi fuand iu ChIubuvc. sL
Buy a home of Iteidy Bros.
Jones for second hand goods.
II. K. Walker sells real estate.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Cbeapcst wall paper at McCabc's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz,
Kerlcr & Co. clean carpets and rugs
Fresh 'dairy butter 25 cents pe
pound at Apple Bros.
Three loaves of bread for 10 cents
every day at Apple Bros. , -
Sell me . your ; household goods.
Jones, second hand and. loans, j
Let Krell & Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; 1316 Third avenue.
50 cent per ton saved. - An coal
protected from .the ' rain nt Mueller's, j
Be on hand
ing at the opeuin
Are you going'
closing out sale?
Just think of bnyine Lloyd's hiprh
your own price. Sale opens tomorrow
If you need any carpenter work call
on Burgcsoii, 1C15 Fourteenth street
Mueller Lumber company are acents
for genuine Pocahontas lump and dia
mond coal. ' a
' Attend the leap year ball given by
the Qui Vive club at Watch Tower
inn May C.
Liulolph & Reynolds, lawyers, have
moved to the Mitchell & Lynde build
ing, suite 52-54.
The O. E. S. Sewing circle wil!
meet tomorrow afternoon a 2 o'clock
at Masonic toniple. !
Lloyd's high grade stock will be
sacrificed. Sale opens tomorrow
morning. Don't miss it.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Ludolph & Reynolds, lawyers
Mitchell & Lynde building.
Black Hawk inn now open for card
parties, dancing parties and dinner
parties. Fine service. Both phones.
It's the judgment of many smoken;
that Lewis' Single Binder 5 cent cigar
equals in quality the best 10 cent cigaT
See A. L. Bruncr for piano tuning,
regulating, voicing and repalrmg. All
work guaranteed. 425 Nineteenth
street. New phone 5201.
Found at Mueller's only, $1.95 per
ton delivered, coal, Elack and screen
ings, while'lhey last. A good' furnace
coal for this time of the year.
Trinity Guild will, hold a'salc- of use
ful and fancv articles nt flip rpsiilnnrf
of Mrs. E. W: ' Hurst, 1 SO I Seventh I
avenue, Thursday afternoon, May 1,
from 2:30 to 6 o'clock.
The Rock Island police . yesterday
afternoon received a message from
Grand Rapids, asking that George
Sullivan, bo notified of the death of
his father there. Mr. Sullivan was lo
cated at Bettendorf last evening, and
informed of the contents of the, tele
bases. Some of the more distinctive
features of this game are as follows:
The cost- of equipment is very insig
nificant, there being no reason . for
the use of mask, protector, mit and
gloves. Ten players constitute a side,
thus engaging two more players than
ire engaged in a game of baseball.
The game will not lend itself readily
to the commercial and professional
tendencies so common in baseball. It
is distinctly a game for pleasure, to
be played by either young or old gen
tlement. The diamond may be laid
out in a school yard, playground, va
cant lot, golf club ground.-!, tennis
courts, or on a lawn. The first batter
at bat. at his own discretion, may run
to either third or first base. This
play opens possibilities for perception
that are excluded in baseball. It will
also more frequently engage the field
ers on the left side of the diamond.
Scoring by points gives each player
and team credit for every successful
play that places a man on- a base.
This method of scoring (five innings
constituting a full game) enables
school and playground leagues to con
duct tournaments and conduct a great
er number of games In a single after
noon, with slight probability of end
ing with tie scores. Each sido of the
diamond is 35 feet long. The pitchers
plate is 30 feet-from the home base.
The ball is not less than 12 nor more
than 14 inches in circumference. The
bat is' 2 , feet long and not larger
than two inches in diameter and made
entirely of wood. The game of play-
round ball is destined to become one
of the most popular of American
sports and will fill a position in the
world of sport which has long been
neglected. The book of rules, etc., on
playground hall will -be sent to any
address in the United States or Can
ada by the American Sports Publish
ing company, 21 Warren street, New
York City, upon receipt of 10 cents.
Playground Ball. 1
'.TlayRround ball" i the latest book
published In Spalding's athletic library.
This book treats In an exhaustive way
of the latest Innovation In the line of
out door sports and has been edited
by R. L; Welch, who la secretary of
the National Playground Ball associa
tion of the United States. Playground
ball Is our traditional ame of Ameri
can baseball eo modified that it. may
be played in large cities and restrict-
(' irtac til anito rtf tho ailvnroa tnnffi-
early tomorrow morn- j u found laceg Thlsfom
ing of Lloyds big sale.' i .. , . , . -
to " attend. Lloyd's conragemcn't to a prolonged period of
Opens .tomorrow . playing the national game among men
: , ,. ; who have passed Ihe age of physical
buying Lloyd's high condition when they may comfortably
class hats, furnisUinss, etc., at almost ' handle a ball or run 30 yarda between
F. R. Kuschmann,
For Your Groceries
Use the phone if you can not
call. Wc have both phones.
Lemon cling peaches, extra fan
cy, put up. in thick syrup,
per can 25c
Apricots, finest California
fruit, none better, per can... 25c
Peas, marrowfat, last fall '
pack,' three cans. . ......... .25c
Baked Beans, put up In to
mato sauce, 3 large cans.. ..25c
Sugar corn, a good quality,
2 cans .....-;.. 15c
Catsup, 3 bottles ....... 25c
Pickles, small sour, , -
per gallon . ; . 25c
Pickles, dill pickles,
per dozen ;.10c
Macaroni, a package of
good macaroni for. 10c
The very finest seeded ;
raisins, 2 packages for..... 25c
'Wre"are always right In line
when H, comes to selling gro
ceries at bottom prices.
V F. R. Kuschmann
2207 Fourth Ave. - Both phones.
LOOK AT THE NEW MAP
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
A large map showing the Pacific
coast extension of the railway through
South Dakota, North Dakota, Mon
tana, Idaho and Washington has just
been received here. It is ready for in
spection at the local station. This new
line passes through an excellent farm
ing, stock-raising, dairying and fruit
raising country, where there are fun
usual opportunities for all. Descrip
tive books and maps are free for the
asking. L. Hinrichs, agent.
Advert'sed List No. 18.
The following is list of uncalled
for letters for the week ending May 2,
Mrs. Mary E. Arterburn, 12. Albury,
Mrs. W. J. Burke, George II. Clarke
V. .W. Croshier. Arthur P. DrabJ, Ray
David. Mr." and Mrs. Frank Flowers,
Miss Nellie Frakes, Tk Fleiner, -Henry
Ferguson, Mrs. Gcrret, Dr. R. A. Gam
ble, H. P., Sam Jordan, IL C. Leonard
Co., Mrs. Clove Phelps, Miss Bess
E. Rounds, J. II., Rathburn, Mrs. C
J. Smith, Mrs. Jack Springer, Binker
ton Turner, V. II. Wyranch. "
HUGH A. J. M DONALD, P.M.
(Continued from Pago Three.)
Springfield Is said to have objected
to working in a dry town so he was
switched to Bloomington.
Connors has signed a pitcher named
Hardy for Bloomington.
Umpire Set ley assessed the first
Ones of the season in the game at De
catur Friday, showing McCarthy, Co-
cash and Donovan those five fingers
at different times.
Ficken, the Rock Island amateur,
sot a trial in . the box with Galesburg
agiiinst Green Bay Saturday, being
sent in to save the day. He was un
able to stop the slaughter, however,
end the final score was 17 to 1.
Decatur may get Catcher Goodrich
who has been released by Evansville.
Clinton Herald: Rock Island wants
Davy Crockett, but the Islanders
haven't an infielder that Clinton cares
to take in trade. Some deal may be
cooked up, however, in the next few
The smart, up-to-date woman of today,
knows how to bake, wash, sing and
Without these talents a wife Is N. G.,
Unless she takes Rocky Mountain Tea.
Harper House pharmacy.
The so-called "fresh toasted"
coffee sold ia a store has not the
strength and aroma of Arbuckles'
Certified Coffees sold only in
one pound packages, four-fold
Beer That Is Beer.
If you want to drink good beer, order
the Davenport Malting company's pale
export. Delivered anywhere In Rock
Isjarfd. Both phones, north 1C9.
It Reached the Spot. ,
. Mr. El Humphrey, who owns'a large
general store at Omega, Ohio, and is
president of the Adams County Tele
phone company, as well as of T.rtie
Home Telephone company of Pike
county, Ohio, says of Dr. King's New
Discovery: "It saved my life once.
At least I think it did. It seemed to
each the spot the very seat of my
cougB when everything else failed."
Dr. King's New Dfscovery not ' only
reaches the cough spot; it ; heals the
sore spots and the weak spots In
throat, lungs and chest. ' Sold under
tyi,n..nttiA 1.'11 1 tt r A 4
ana trial Dome iree.
All the news all the time The Argna.
If you owe money or need money for any legitimate purpose,
don't advertise the fact among your friends or neighbors. . It won't -add
to your popularity and it certainly will not help your credit
Cheer up, and keep on smiling and come here for the money you
need. We'll guarantee to preserve the smile and send you away hap-
it- - ' ' .:y , . " . ' . . ' ;.v r
It's our business to loan money, but our" plan is different from the
usual run and we know you'll like it because it's fair and framed
.to suit YOUR convenience In the matter of the repayment. -
We can arrange a loan, from $10.00 np, quickly, privately and on
most reasonable terms.. We would like to figure with you today. No
obligation on your part'and no charge of any kind" unless we make
you a loan. Willyou call .or would you -prefer to have us come to
see you. : - , - ' ' "''-'', ..'.-' "
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
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VrrCHELL. I.THDH BLOCK, BOOM SS, ROCK ISL.AJTD.
. Offk hours, 8i. m.t(lp. rn, and Saturday evening. Telephone
weet 514; new telephone 6011.