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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1011.
LABOR HITCH ON
Structural Steel Workers Ac
cept Terms of Stipulation
With Clinton Concern.
DIES THREE DAYS
AFTER AGED WIFE
nothing else could be done, allow the
remainder to go. The representatives
cf t'ae steelworkers were satisfied with j
this, saying that they realized me;
councilmen were trying t do ne Dest !
thev could for them. They recognized j
the emergency and before leaving ;
thanked the body for interceding in!
their behalf. j Shock of Loss of His Life Com-
hoe em is accepted. I panion Overcomes Samuel
The committee of the whole reconi- Beamer, Pioneer.
WORK WILL NOW PROCEED
Company Promise Preferment in
Erection cf Spans, but Mates
No Further Concessions.
sey Car Spring & Rubber company for
furnishing l.o-O feet of hose for thejELF A CENTURY IN COUNTY
fire department be accepted. The com-;
pany's quoted price is SO cents per j
foot. j End Conies at His Home Near Port
j Byron. He Having Attained
A fine point In the proprieties of
union labor has come up incident
to the letting of the contract by the !
city for the construction of three of
the steel spans over Rock river be-
tween Sears and Milan. It arose dur
ing a discussion, at a committee of
the whole meeting of the council
last night, of the terms of a stipula
tion that the Clinton Iron & Bridge
INJURIES FATAL TO
WORKMAN IN MO LINE
Claus KwaiiMin, Crushed at Plow
unany Plant, Expires at
His Slth Year.
I Within three days after the death of
I his wife, Samuel Beamer, an old resi-
jdent of the upper end of the county, j
ficers of the auxiliary who were for
mally seated were:
President Mrs. Ivol Rise.
Vice President Mrs. Thomas
Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. J.
Senior Sister Mrs. & A. Bledsoe.
Junior Sister Mrs. Bernon Wolfe.
Guard Mrs. William Bolster.
Chairman of Executive Committee
Mrs. A. B. Curtis.
First Member Executive Commit
tee Mrs. J. Dizotell.
Second Member Executive Com
mittee Mrs. Clarence Hibbard.
Delegate Mrs. Daniel McLain.
Alternate Mrs. Clarence Hibbard.
Insurance -Secretary Mrs. A. Mc
Lees. Musician Mrs. J. R. KIrkman.
FRATERNAL. AID ASSOCIATION.
The newly elected officers of Rock
Island council. No. 706. Fraternal
Aid association, were installed at a
meeting held last evening. Follow-
Officer Dennis Bennett Finds
Couple of Ken Carrying
WOULD TRADE FOR BEER
Suit Which They Had Obviously lie
longed to Neither Despite Their
Statements to Contrary.
a:ea last mgni at is nome on ine,ing tne ceremcnies an oyster sup
cutskirts of the village of Port Byron. I ner was served, after which there
The shock of the loss of the helpmeet ! was dancing. The members of the
Clans Swanson. died this morning at; f " together with the I Davenport council attended in a
25 at the Moline city hospital of in- i ' i,.m body. The new officers of the coun-
Past President Frank J
uau.iuu.iui, oi u.e fcup.uuu,.- Reamer was 84 vears. 6 months
works, which has been awarded the Jed by injuries sustained last month at;and 04 days of age He was born
contract, has agreed to. The Clin-1 the Moline 'Plow company plant w hen j Westmoreland county. Pa., and had
ton concern submitted the lowest fig- hc WM cauph and crushed Detwetfn ' , th vjcInitv Port' Byron for
h.t It hirt he nroentoH reforrlncr ,n : eivvaiui pianoim anu one OI uiK!"du x .rui.uij.
the finance and bridge committees
the matter of closing the negotia
tions. Representatives of union la
bor interceded during the prelim
inaries and requested that the com
pany, which conducts an "open"
shop, be requested to employ union
men on the Rock river bridge work.
floors. Deceased was a native of Swe-: Surviving are a daughter. Mrs. Ed-
den and w as i years of age. He came j Reynolds, Moline, and one sis-
to this country five years ago and for iter, living in Pennsylvania. The fu
the last three months had resided in neral will be held tomorrow afternoon
He is survived bv his moth- wi'h services at the Fort Byron Metho-
er ana tnree sisters, living in Swe- j aist cr.urcn in cnarge or Kev. nr. kus
den, and three brothers, residing in sell, and interment beside the wife in
Moline. The funeral services will be I Oak Grove cemetery.
Mayor O. W. McCaskrin summoned , uesday afternoon. Coroner Hose j kokrai. ok ivj. kkkuy.
r representative of the company j conducted an inquest this afternoon. j The funeral of the late Bavid J Ken
here, and a stipulation was drafted! inedy was held this morning at 10:3;)
and signed. In this the same course TRY TO FIND RELATI VES from tbe residence, with services con
was followed as with the Central) ; ducted by Rev. T. E. Newland at 11
I'nion Telephone company when its ! ru-mains of Thomas Armstrong to He j o'clock at the First Methodist church,
franchise was renewed recentlj'. As Held for a Few Days- j Members of Rock Island commamlery,
Is known, a municipality, in law, The roroiu.r-8 jury whirh was sum.jNo. IS. Knights Templar, were iu
cannot hold a corporation to a union j moar.A thig morDi,lg to ascertain, if !cbarge of the funeral. The pallbearers
labor clause made a part of an ordi-, ,.. Qt . . ti,. i were J. T. Camnbell. II. B. Havden. S.
nance graui eir
President Elmer F. Stroehle.
Vice President Laura E. Young.
Secretary W. M. Dick.
Treasurer- Nettle Ditch.
Chaplain Lucy S. Marvin. .
Guide Robert T. Kirkby.
Observer Eertha Breckenridge.
Sentinel Ross McClain.
Examiners Drs. E. M. Sala. W.
D. Snively, M. J OHern.
Trustees George W. Marvin, Ed
ward Gregg, OIlie M. Smith.
JOLTY CAR CROSSING
IS TO BE REPLACED
a rincimntr im r.-r irr.A , tnrHov : .1. l oMins. eieoree Richmond, t red
agreement reached with the C linton ! mornin at gt Amnonv s hog;)ital was ! Fehham and Joseph Woodbury. Bur
company is in efTert that w,n e: j unable to gather anv testimony which jl was in the family lot in Oakdale
ploy union labor in the erection or - ,,.rv navonnnrt
the bridges, but it will make no fur-uId "st ."' l!Sht af " hoW and cemtterj. aenport
ii j me tiiiuu iwr laid'
WIIKIti: THE III' B COMES
burns on his body. Tho verdict re-;
tlirrtf-iH Cf Qt n th'jt loot K ivcc rr .nni t- Art I
At the conference of last evening , from burns whiph by
steam or hot water at a time and place
unknownto -the jury. The remains are
at the Knox undertaking rooms and
will be held there for a few davs. An
j effort will be made to locate relatives
the business agent of the Structural
Steel Workers' union was tailed in.
He said his union would be satisfied
so long as its members did not have
to work alongside men not affiliated
with their trades organization.
GLASS OF 83 TQ
Tri-City Hallway Company to Hegin
Operations at Twentieth ami
' Th sticking point seems to be." he j
pairl, ' that the company agrees to em
ploy union men in erecting the new j
uteel, but insists on the right to em
ploy whosoever it chooses on the work
of dismantling the old structures. If,
it could lie so arranged that the o!d
bridges could be torn down completely
before the new work is started, tliero
would be no objection on our part, but
the intent is that traffic shall ba con
tinued during the dismantling and
City Attorney Witter gave ir as his :
opinion that, while the Clinton com
pany would probably not hold the city
to the agreement, it could do so by ;
law. The matter of readvertising for,
bids and securing a company which j
would agree to all union labor w;is j
discussed, but no action along that
line taken. j
IHI I1KST TIIKV C AN. I
It was finally decided that, inasmuch ;
as the council had secured at least the j
new bridge work for union labor, that j
they should accept that much, and if i
it being thought that there is a broth
er at Newton, Iowa.
SENATOR GAYLORD TALKS
Member of Wiscoii-tji Legislature to
le llenril Here Tomorrow.
At Rock Island Turner hall tomor
row rven.'ng at S o'clock, WinPeld R.
(iaylord, a member of the Wisconsin '
ftate senate, will pive an address -un-.
tier the auspices of the local branch j
of the socialist party. His subject
will be "Socialists in Action in Wisconsin."'
Annual Tri-City Initiation of
Columbus Councils at Dav
IS TO OCCUPY WHOLE DAY
Siv Hundred Members Will Partici
pate in Ceremonies Iocal
Today preparations were made by
the Tri-City Railway company whereby
the bumpy, jolty crossing at Twen
tieth street and Third avenue, will be
replaced. For many weeks passengers
on the Bridge, Iong View, Third and
Fourth avenue lines have been boun
ced over that particular span of track,
and it was anything but a pleasant
sensation. The crossing will be torn
I up Monday, and then the work of set
ting the new track in concrete will be
commenced. It will take several days
Cars will be switched around the sec
tion that Is torn up. The Ixng View
cars will vary their runs a little. In
stead of following the Long View
track from Nineteenth to Twentieth
streets on Second avenue and then
south on Twentieth street, they will
turn at Nineteenth street and Second
avenue and follow the Elm street car
tracks, and theii at Twenty-first
street and Sixth avenue, will resume
their usual route.- The Ing View
cars are run along the Elm street
Tomorrow at Davenport members of
the tri-city councils of the Knights of
Columbus lras. of Davenport; Al
ine annual meeting or tiie stock-; louez. of Rock Island, and Leo, Moline ; jd0 for a time, but will be a welcome
nokiers or tne kock island National .. m th aTimi.,i ifljn, initiation one. The new crossing is an expensive
Richard Connors and Bert O'Neill,
both of whom claim Davenport as'
their home, were bound over to the :
grand jury this morning by Felice j
Magistrate C. J. Smith. Their bonds
were fixed at $300 each and as they I
were unable to furnish security for!
that amount they went to the coun-l
ty jail to await the convening of the'
next grand jury, which is very nearly
three months off. They are charged
Officer Dennis Bennett arrested!
them yesterday afternoon when he;
found them on Second avenue head-.
ed for a saloon where they appar-j
e'ntly intended to dispose of some'
clothing which they were carrying!
with them. Connors had a coat and
vest and O'Neill had a pair of trou
sers. Bennett suspected that they
had stolen the clothing and when he
questioned them, their evasive an
swers convinced him that his theory
was correct. At the station they
claimed the clothes were their own
property, but it was obvious that the
garments would not fit either of
I.IKF.S THIS TOWTV.
The police force is in a quandary
what to do with one John George,
who is constantly giving them trou
ble and who persists in remaining in
this city despite repeated warnings
to get out. He never does anything
quite-bad enough to warrant his be
ing sent to jail, but he is worrying
the police nevertheless. Last night
he walked into the station and ask
ed for a bed on which to spend the
night. He said he wanted to retire
at once. While he was talking. Po
lice Magistrate C. J. Smith walked
in and noticed him. "Well, well,
what are you doing here?" asked the
magistrate. "I thought you had
promised faithfully to get out of
Rock Island." "I did," said John, "I
went to Davenport, but the poppers
there chased me back across the
bridge again." !
"Then go to Moline," said Smith, j
"We don't want you here."
"I did go to Moline. but they!
chased me back also," was the reply. I
"Well," said Pmith, "you beat It
agr.in and get out for good this time!
or we will see that you get a nice!
term In jail. We won't have you j
hanging around Kock Island any
tracks so that tne congestion at me , Ionpprt understand. Now beat it."
switch w ill be minimized. The Im-1 And John C.eorge set out once
provenient will inconvenience the Ieo-jmore to jprivo the city.
bank of Rock Island, 111., will be
held at their banking house on Tues
day, Jan. 10. 1911. at 3:30 o'clock p. j
in., for the election of directors and ! members of the tri-city
will hold the annual joint initiation one.
The program for rhe iece of sterl construction and is cx-
tpi i hhiiiu.ii'a. iir in lit i am ii i ,
..... u . u tinted to serve for many years to
day w ill begin at 10 o clock, w hen t"e'cnnie
councils and vow n-o. lnp track relay ine onera-!
the transaction of such other busi- i th ( an(1jdaics will meet at the Hotel itions on Third avenue between Seven-:
ness as may properiv come oetore,
them. 1 1. E. CASTEEL. j Havenport.
H. F. LAMP TAKES
A TURN FOR BETTER
B. SIMMON'. Cashier.
f I. If mmm
They will go from there !tcentn an'' Twentieth streets are com-
jpietea, anu use lay-out appears as :i
j is to be, there are many expressions of
; disapproval em the part of business
men along the avenue with what was
expected to be an up-to-date piece of
; solemn high mass w ill be celebrated.
' Dr. T. Druir.ni of Dubuiue will preach
I t lit: sermon. After servic es the knights
! will return to the hotel, where lunch
j eon will be served at 12:30. At 1:30
I the work of conferring the second and
! third deprees upon the candidates will
Eighty-three candidates have been
given the first degree by their res-
pec-tive councils, and tomorrow each
will receive the major degree. Hugh
Stewart of Dubuoue, district deputy of
I'ai'tinlly Regains fonsciritiMicss ami
I'lij sieians See Clininc- of
Reports iit noon today from the
bedside of Henry T. Lamp, who sun-
work. Instead of double trad s j ,airlPi a frac ture at the I ape c f i!
through the avenue as was promised,
the company has simply eon verted the
thoroughfare into a switchyard, the
like of which would be difficult to find
in any other city. In other words it id
a string of switches from Nineteenth
clear through to Fifteenth and running
into Seventeenth street. There is a
-skull yesterday morning when be
was thrown to tbe pavement rt the
corner of Thirteenth- street and Sec
ond avenue, show that there has
been a slight change in his condi
tion for the better. I'hy-i!ansj
stated today that, although be is j
not entirely conscious, he at times
switch in Third avenue on either side ; (seems to be aw are c f t!
Jowa. will confer the work and will be: cf Nineteenth, one at Seventeen! h andiof his surroundings. A change is
expected at any time within the next
O C I ELTY
LADIES ELECT OFFICERS.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY
tAmy Applequist, Irene dustafson. Rose
OF; York. Sophia Brown, Ciara Ralph. Cora
ibhisieu. ov uie uegree team or tne nil- , ... rvftnth whib, in Severn eentli
j buque council. j there is a switch on either side of
j iuvqiet i kkivt,. Third avenue. The entire job has
At 7 o'clock in the evening a hpn-jmuch the appearance of a botch and a
quet will be served at the Armory by chean makeshift for a double track. To
i the Iadics' Auxiliary of St Vincent's j have done the w-ork properly Third ! possibility that he may ultimately r
j orphanage. It is expected that fully j avenue should have been doubled west ( cover from the effects of the acci
i :0o knights will be present during theto Fifteenth while Seventeenth andjdent. a hope in which all who know
; day. At the program, w hich will fol- j Nineteenth should have been doubled j him w ill fervently unite,
i low the banquet. L. J. Doucherty. ' south beyond Third. That would i
3 hours for better or fur worse. Yes
terday the outlook for his recover'
was gleoniy, but today, because of
his change in condition, there is a
Orace Lutheran church held its annual ; Casey, Minnie Vogel. Dorothy Nelson,
meeting yesterday afternoon at the iand Elsie Harder. Four of the girls
Lome of Mrs. J. B. Oakleaf on Fif-jwtre unable to be present.
teenth street. Moline. Officers for the i
;ear were elected as follows: i M ASCALL-MILLER.
President Mrs. Robert Anderson,; ANNOI'NCEMENT IS MADE
Vice President Mrs. I. O. Nothstcin, Miss Nettie Miller of Galva, and James
Kock Island. ! Mascall of this city, the wedding tak-
Secretary Mrs. K. T. Anderson, ing place Jan.
Treasurer Mrs. J. Bodcen, Rock Is
The ladies made plans for the com
ing year, selected the places of hold ! Mr. Mascall is a barber in this city and
ing meetings and appointed commit-' they will resMe here,
tees to take charge of the coffees to;
be irlven djring the year. During the WOMAN'S MISSION SOCIETY.
; grand knight of I.oras council, will act ' have made something more like a
jas toastmaster. Rev. W. Ij. Harmon j modern system of street railway
) w ill pronounce the invocation. E. M. : frocks.
' Sharon of Davenport will deliver an j The creosote block pavement prom
j address of welcome, and F. W. Rnr.k 'lses to be extremely successful, and
j of Moline. Illinois state advocate, v. ill i ill w ork in nicely w ith asphalt when
respond. Dean J. J Ouinn of Rock is- I the sides of the avenue are repaved.
tand w ill he- tho novr c rr--; L-r t- ,- ; but when thi3 improvement is made ! Woodmen of America, spent, today in
marriage at Cambridge 111.. of!Wa,sh of I)aveilporl tajk cnhp the Tri-City Railway company may ex- j the city.
subject. "The New Dominion." Hon. M. ! I'01 T be requested to tear out those j The Misses Emma and Mary John
F. Wade of Iowa City has for his ad .switches and substitute real double i son of Coal Valley leave Sunday niht !
Captain and Mrs W. H. Whisler are
sojourning at Hot Springs. Ark.
George B. Morris cf Sycamore, 111.,
formerly an auditor for the Modern
The ceremony took
j place at the home of the bride's sis
!tcr Mrs. V. F. Boltenstern and was
performed by Rev. D. O. Hopkins, pas
: tor of the Baptist church of Cambridge.
I dress subject. " The New Year."
numbers will be rendered by William I Provided.
Vocal i tracks in the spaces not already so ! for Stanton, Iowa, to attend the wed- j
I ding of their cousin.
Clancy. Ed Quinn. and Howard Car-;MAVnD nrrM AD Co DETCIIIt' Dr. AloxanderSniith.Kuperintendentof !
roll. There will be music by the Cri-T"AYUn ULULAhtb ntoULI the Rock Island district of th- Metbo-j
terion orchestra. j t;st cb-jrch, left this morning for Can-
roki..i.ami.oi.e officers. Wi" n '.I'.'"1' fo.p '', imt 1 j ton. II!.. where he was taUed by the
At Masonic temple last night took
place the annual installation cf officers
Election to .Hake .v.iniiitins. I death of a friend
-Mayor u. . jicc asnrin touay issuea
an official proclamation declaring the;
Mrs. Hazel Hathaway Aniel! has re-
? ear just closed $150 has been donated ! THE WOMAN'S MISSION SOCI- wfio t're elected at the first meeting i r.c.,i r s ,ni, f last Tth,- turned to her home at lopcfca, Kan.,;
to the current expenses of the church .:ety of the First Baptist church held ' ' December by Rock Island lodee No. Hn, .i, father, D. W. Hathaway, accom
.pnci IC1 ivirt tl I rrttmn Ave-vua.
Of the" Bm Discount Sale
One-Third & One-Half
Off the bottom of Your
Read Large Ad on Another Page
Fancy Goods Dept.
25 per cent off Brass craft and
outfits, burning outfits, jyrograph
50 per cent off already worked
and stenciled burlap runners.
25 per cent off all fancy linens.
25 per csnt off on all $.9S and
$3.50 Oriental scarf and square
33 1-3 psr c:nt off on already
worked and stinted pillows.
20 per cent off everything in the
10 yard spool,
in jink only
2 off. All at
50 per cent dis
count. S a v e
All double faced satins, fancies
at 2S and lfle a yard, plain satins
and fancies at 20c yard all 1-5 off.
20 per cent off Dorothy Dainty
Hnlrbows and sash sets; tatin
taffeta, nil widths and colors 20
per cent off.
Wide s;ish ribbons 75c, Sc,
$1.12 yard 25 per cent off. All
bars, ties ar.d hairbows 25 per
Narrow fancies left over from
Christmas 25 per cent oTf.
AH satin back velvet ribbons
20 per cent off.
Cotton back velvets, '2 off; all
beltings and all remnants of rib
bons, 50 per cent off.
Hair Bow Taffeta, all colors and
blnck, .TSc, 2.".c. 20c, lRc, 1 T.c, 12'fec,
10.? and Gc yard all at 20 per
Better Buy Books Now
A lot of for
mer $1.1.1 nov
els, have lten
selling at 4S
jick yours at
50 per cent.
A lot of for
mer 2"'C story
bonks by we'l known writers, boys'
and girls' books, etc., 50 per cent.
33 1-3 per cent off all holiday
books, including Christy, Fisher
nnd other famous books.
25 per cent off all the Edition
lie Euxe sets which are already a
talf and a third of publishers'
53 per cent ofr all holiday box
33 1-3 per cent off all Bibles and
20 per cent off everything elpfc
in the book stock cx'-ei.t the regu
lar $1.15 copyrights which are net.
Raise Your OWN Um
brella. 50 per cent discount on colored
25 per cent discount on ladles'
hlk and ctton umbrellas, on
mens silk and cotton umbrellas,
on all fcizes children's umbrellas.
Cut Flower Department
plants, 33 1-3
per cent off.
J a paneae
23 1-3 per cent
kets, 0 per cent off.
Furniture, Carpet, Rugs
Discounts Kvery where
In this Big Dept.
One 1 ot o'
grade, lot con
sists of assort
ment of small
effects and two
tones, entire lot
at a discount of 33 1-3 per csnt.
One lot Tapestry Brussels Car
pet with border In the beautiful
I'erslan effects, entire line, fiO pat
terns, at a discount of 20 psr cent.
One lot beautiful high pile Wil
ton Velvet Carpets with borders
In soft tones of green, brown Bnd
tan shades lot at a discount ot
20 per cent.
One . lot extra Wilton Carpets
with borders, exclusive designs
and colorings at a discount of 20
One lot old
rarpets and bor
der from 5 to
."0 yards, at a
discount of 50
of Ingrain Car
pets, good range of patterns. 40
rolls at a discount of 20 per cent.
Genuine Royal Wilton Rugs, a
complete line to select from, all
sizes from 22x36 to 9x12 at 20
per cent off.
One lot Body Brussels Rugs,
four, five and six frame qualities
at 20 per cent off.
Ten patterns floral and Oriental
high pile Axmlnster Rugs, at 25
per cent off.
AH small rugs at 20 psr csnt.
Cocoa mats at 25 per cent.
Linoleum at 20 psr csnt.
Oil cloth at 20 psr csnt.
Cocoa matting at 20 per csnt.
All other matting at 25 psr csnt.
Remnant pieces linoleum 50 psr
One lot Golden Oak and early
Kngli-h Buffets at a discount of
20 per cent.
One lot Mahogany and Golden
Oak Dresners and Chiffoniers at
20 p?r cent.
33 1-3 per cent off on ladles'
dehKs and music cabinets, entire
stock at 33 1-3 per cent.
100 patterns In brass and iron
beds, 25 psr csnt.
20 per cent discount on felt mat
trcs and springs, 20 psr csnt.
One line of rockers. Mahogany
and Golden Oak. plain or leather
neat and backs. 20 per csnt.
20 per csnt
on all Davsn
ports. Massive Tur
kish rockers to '
go with the
rest at 20 per
csnt.. 20 psr
csnt on Hall
50 psr cent on Snaring Stands
Our stock ax
and chairs Is
If Is full of no
things, yet all
go at 20 psr
Center tables at 60 psr csnt.
20 per cent on library tables.
33 1-3 psr cent' off on brass nov
20 per cent off on mission clocks,
leather table covers at 25 psr.
25 psr csnt on screens.
20 per cent on electroliers.
25 per csnt on plate racks.
Baptist church held j 'n December by Rock Island lodge Xo.!the proposition to adopt the -mu'nic
ins yesterdav after-; fliJ!. A. F. & A. M. Supper was served r.r v0mt,i
7 1' . IUl.il Vj I J - " .
The i -rn rinf im I shall Iseu a rll fnr
. . . i . . . , . - , . . . i - a v .
;j was usea r.r lurnisniug a room aijus .izuuury rneeung yesiernay alter- j - r- -- oupppr was served , j.aj form cf government
tne urpnans Home at Aiinover ana . noon at tne nome or .Mrs. j. j. Ingram. , aner me ciose or ine exercises.
there is in the treasury a balance of t?';3 Seventeenth street. A mission pro-j officers:
$30. . :gram was given and much enjoyed. A
The business meeting was followed pleasant social hour followed and the
by a soda! hour and the hostess serv-. hostess serv ed a nice anch. j
cd a delicious lunch. j j
' KING'S DAUGHTERS MEET. j
BIRTHDAY PARTY. j IN HIS NAME CIRCLE OF KING'S
MISS KLTA T A 1,1 -MAX ENTER- Daughters was entertained yesterday'
tained the girls of the graduating' afternoon at the home of Miss Clara j
-lass of Hawthorne school at her ' Crawford. 514 Twenty-third street.;
Worshipful Master H. B. I lay den.
Senior Warden R. F. Ralston.
Junior Warden Maurice Block.
Treasurer F. J. Meyers.
Secretary H. S. Bollman.
Member Board of Control H.
the primary to
for major and
i j a . i . . f . a
j- ' - , nun Ha wen . iM ifu ire preriupni
l anyin- ner as tar as uaies.mrg. -wis-;of the First Ward Graham c lub In
Ame'.l came here a month ago while 'the int;reht of the boom of Andrew
candidates! . ' ! uranarn ror mayor, lie could nave
iractea aipniner.a wnne nere. s.iie is t Kad the nresidencv but f.asfed it ud.
low entirely recovered.
Mr. McIIugh t.ails with his
Hon. F. W. Hurst has been Invited I one week from Monday for
?QPK2 "J"Q 2(JL0 CHURCH pe on- ot ,I,e fPcak,rB at 'he an-i months' South American tour.
I ' nual banquet of the Chicago real e-s-;
... e.cw. ... .....taiA hMM m he rivpn At th- i .i3ati I Their Birthday Anniversaries.
; ft j us. sr I 9 -T I r " a III " - . ri- - -
in Moline n fcrrinc. i hotel the evening of Jar. 13. Promir-
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The officers tirge 1h attendance of si
the members, as business Af Import
.-nee Is to come before tbs nVetlng.
Selves a Deep Myetsr
"I want to thank you from th
bottom of my heart," scrota C. U.
I Rader of Iewinburg, W. Va., "for tht
i wonderful double benefit I got fron
Electric Bitters, in curing me of botl
a severe case of stomach trouble and
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Orthodox Greeks of the tri-cities are icnt among the other rpeakers on the' kwk mwi ru a.H ; Af rbeumstlsra. from which I hae
The ladies' auiit-arv to .h i.,i raisins funds with which to erect a ' program are Mayor Caynor of New'"""-"" V fcwn an almost neipiess sufferer roi
home. : To? Twenty-fourth and a half Routine business was transacted, and , lodge of the 0nl r of' RaiI wav Con. church in Molbie next spring. It will York. Prr-side-.t James of the Illinois n Aaam" K'fl'aro. : lampion ur.,0 years. It suited my case at
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With th exception of ir. Ixdlman. ! i,(.r,ia. Indigestion. Jaundice and u
rtre-et. veserday afternoon !n honor of , the hoste ss served a lunch
her 13th birthday. In the contests the
favors were awarded to the Misses j INVITED TO INSTALLATION.
Sophia Brow n. Elsie Harder. Minnie : THE LADIES OF COLONEL
Vogel and Irene Gustafson. The host- i Brackett circle 5. have been Invited
rss received many nice gifts. A lunch to attend the installation of Gettysburg
mc? Frved an an enjoyable 'i,e w rs N irole 25. ?To':ne at Mas?nlr tenip'e.
tad. Those pre&ent were the M.sses Moiine, Tuesday afternoon at 2:20.
durtors met Thurdar afternoon at cost IIS.OOij and will he a renliea of ; e ni ve reity and Nathan
Engineers' ball at Thirtieth street St- Sophia's mosque iu the city of Con-! Chicago.
W. Moore of
and Fifth avenue and installed of-1 stantincple. It will be the only Greek i Charles McHttgh of the Iexing;oa
' ncers ror tne year. The ceremcnies -caureb m tie state of IU?no:s outside ! hotel, Chicago, arrived frorn'St. Lo lis
iwere perforraed under tbe direction i of Chicago. jth!s morr.ir.g end i spending t.ie djy
;rf Mrs. M. F. Archer. Installing of-j The !ocal Greeks are celebrating ; in the ei;y. y.ze contirtc? to lnt-r-
- rum,i.,K ue insniiaiion ; ' r.ru'uaj tcciay. i r?ir cw j ear is , crt n?r.:?":T m v TT-o-r.;tt- t-r.; tics in
luncheon was served. The new of-ione week from today.
all are on the ihady side of C'J. rid tbe syrtero of kidney poisons fha
, TTT : ' raune rheumatUm, EJectrl': Blttsn
Associated Charlt.es Meetma. ; has no equal. Trr tbem. Every bo'
A meeting of the Associated Chart-it,e -F guaranteed to satisfy. Onl:
ties has been called f'r n"xt Men-;.,, g, druggints.
ii?.v afcrco-in rt ?. o;i '-k a t'e A--k'-
1 Chicago as he did in Kock Island, j elation house on Seventeenth street. AU the news tX the Urns Tbs Arg