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THC ABQUP, TUESDAY llAY 18, 1897.
It's Very Easy To satisfy yourself at our store. In our display you can find an assortment comprising the best Juncture values that have ever been offered to - a . critical public Our constant aim has been to see that every article we send out has the num ber of dollars in value that the purchaser has Invested. This is a That hat made patrons come back to us year after year, and It speaks volumes for our methods of doing business. Our purchases are made with this end in view, and to see our en ticing array of Carpets, Mattings and Draper ies is to satisfy you that we do as we say. Par lor, Dining Room and Bed Room Furniture, Couches, Sideboards, Rockers, Closets, Book Cases, Fancy Chairs, Tables and Odd pieces of every description. No one can or will make you better prices on reliable goods. WE IN VITE COMPARISON AND INVESTIGA TION. Call now. CLEMAM & Corner Second Why Wear a Our S3 Derby is a Dandy. TEWART THE HATTER AND MEN'S FURNISHER. There Are Others BUT WE LEAD. If ptice and quality cut any figure with you, then cut this out and come and see us. II qnart granite diah pane ooly. 60o Hijusrt granite dish pant only. 62c 14-qaart granite bread railing pin 80o 17 quart granite bread raising pans 9Sc No. X granite teakettle 76c No. 7 granite teakettle! 70o 3- qnert granite coffee or tea pota 35a 4 qusrt granite coffee or tea pota 40c 6-quart granite coffee or tea pota 45c 4- rjoart granite aance pane, or preserve kettles 32c All these goods are absolutely warranted A i quality. No cheap trash that we want to unload at a so-called "special sale." Come In and see our line of gasoline stoves and refrigerators. We have them In all styles, sizes and prices. Compare the above prices with the cost of ordering tinware and see If we are In it. Allen .Mirers & Company Oppcalta Harper Hocae. Fact SALZMAffl. Ave. and 16th St Shabby Hat When you can get a good styll&h hat, atd one that b comes you, and one that we guarantee in every rtspect, for a very moderate price. The largest assortment In the city to select from. 8-quart granite milk pane SOc 5 quart granite aance pane 35o 6-ga'l n galvanized oil or gaso line cans 45c 12-quart heavy milk paila 25c 14-qaart heavy milk paila 28c 1-galloa glaaa oil can 19o Mickel plated tea and coffee pota at 4M. sue, ana one. Beautiful band eogrtTed, solid copper, nickel plated tea or coffee pota, at 65o 75e and 65c. 1321 CX3 ATI THE CHURCH CAUSE. Episcopal Diocesan Conven tion Meets. " ' - SESSIONS AT TRINITY CHURCH Names of the Clergy in At- tendance. The Opening Sermon and Other Proceedings. The annual convention of tbe diocese of Qaincy, of the Episcopal ennren, openea at xrinity cnurcn at iu-.su tuts morning, mere was a large attendance of chorch repre sentatives rrom tne various cities in the diocese, the clergy present being as iouows: Bishop Alexander Burgess, Peoria; Revs. K. F. Sweet. Rock Island; Hewitt. Moline; Eubanks, Preemp- BISHOP ALEXANDER BUBGE8S. tion; Whittv, Robins1 Nest; Pane, Osco; Watterman, Carthage: Ham mood, Henry connty; Benham. Gales- onrg; Kendall, Hamilton; Leffingwell and Budd, St. Mary's school. Knox villerV. H. Webb, Monmouth: Jut fords and Mays, Peoria; Hill, Tis kilwa; Moore and Corbin. Quincy; ttouia, Warsaw; nvDiaan. uaiesourg. There are also lay delegates present from the various churches of tbe diocese. Opening Sanson. The opening sermon was delivered by Rev. Hewitt, of Christ church, Moline, wbo took his text fromchaD- ter XXXI, Book of Exodus, 1-6: . And the Lord make untn Mokm savlncr- See I hve called by name Bezaleel, the son of Ori, tbe son of Hur. of tbe tribe of Judith; and I have tilled him with the spirit of God, In wisdom and in understanding', and in knowl edge, and in ail manner of workmanshin. tn devise ounnlnK works, to work in sold and in silver, and in brass, and in cutting of stones, to set uen, ana in carv n(t 01 timber: to work in au manner or workmanship: and I behold, I have Riven with him AhoUab. the son of Anis- amacn, of tbe tribe of Dan: and In the hearts of all that are wise hearted I have put wis dom, that they may make all I have com- manaea tnee. God may give inspiration to man sucn as will nt him for any walk in ma, said Rev. Hewitt. All the thoughts, words and work which have been profitable to us have been inspired by God. God inspires every man how to do his work how to do it honestly. Ne man is holy with out tioa s inspiration. Every man ahould labor at his vocation dili gently and righteously, and should know that it is all done in God's grand temple. God has a place for every man, aa He has a place for every rock, star and tree in Hia universe. Man occupies his place hw Rn4V n.ll Tn Baslneaa Sosalona, The visiting clergy and laity were dined at the rectory at noon and this afternoon the business sessions of the convention opened, the bishop pmoiuiuK buu reauiug dib annual re port oi the affairs and condition of the diocese. Tonight there will be a missionary service with several ad dresses. . ' v The diocesan branch of the wom an's auxiliary to the general board of missions will also be in tejsion dur ing the convention.' IS PROGRESSING NICELY. arm Woods Hill Passes th Bsooae Rtadloc Sannsiifolly. The following dispatch from Rep resentative William McEniry, re ceived at Thk Arqcs office this after noon, shows thst the legislation for the relief of the Modern Woodmen is advanoing as satisfactorily as conld be hoped for at Springfield: Spting6eld. 111., May. 18. The Modern Woodmen bill passed tbe second reading. The debate was sharp. The votes of all are with ns. Expect to advance to th third read ing Thursday. William McErirt. At She Bo,. August J. Bogel. the leading druggist of Snreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, and it is the best seller I have." 1. F. Campbell, ' merchant of Stafford, ArL, writes: "Dr. King's New Dis covery is all that is claimed for it; It never fails, and ia a sure cere for consumption, coughs and colds. I cannot say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption, coughs and colds is not an experiment. It has been tried for a quarter of a century, and today stand at the head. - It never disap points. Free trial bottle at Harts Ullemeyer's drug store. Are the most fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed remedy, or money refunded. - Sold bj M. F. Bahasea. . ar . vuv i fiii i i a aw i 9 a. SENTIMENTS OF THE DAY; Sea! Sass-ast U w tk InsH Meaaesw County Superintendent of Schools E. B McKeever has been provided with a patriotic and richly embel lished pamphlet devoted to the F roper observance of Memorial day. t contains an address from State Superintendent S. M. Inglia, in which he suggests: Let our boys ana gins m taugnv patriotism frqm every pulpit ia the land; from every schoolmaster's desk, every college rostrum. Let the mothers teach them as they stand at their mother's knees to lisp their evening prayers. Let their fathera teach them by their examples of patriotio devotion. Tea. teach them that we are a race of freemen, bora to a noble destiny, bound into one brotherhood, that in 'union there is strength,' and that loyalty to this truth is loyalty to God. Let ua vivify love of country, that our nation'a busy life shall show more of public patriotism. The harmony of feeling should be perfect; for no chord sends forth a sweeter note than that which vibrates to the tale of an other s woes. Let the Friday afternoon preceding Memorial day be universally devoted, in our pub lic schools, to appropriate patriotic exercises. . 'Let the national flag float over every school house in the country, and the exercises hs such as shall impress npon our youth the patriotio duties of American citi zens.' Benjamin Harrison. "With Its red for love, and Its white for law. And lis blue for the hope that our fathers saw Of a larger liberty." MOLINE MAN'S BLUNDER. Calls o th Ctt cisik at meat for Marriage xjo . A middle-aged man drifted into the council chamber last evening and took a seat. He was apparently so faring from a little too much booze. He listened to the discussion lor awniie, ana then leu into a snooze. Chief Fender and Officer Archer, who were present, did not consider it a wise idea to awake the fellow, as be might create scene and disturb the meeting. So he slept on. When the council ad journed he was taken down to the station, and put into a cell to sober up. Chief Pender asked the man where he was from. 'Why, 1 am from Moline," he answered, "and I came down here to get a marriage license I was waitiog until the clerk got throngh. My carriage is waiting outside lor me." Sure enough it was. The man was taken to te carriage and sent home MAY TOURS ON A WHEEL Fiona mt Oatlnirs Prtsnaod by the T. M. O. A. Bicycle Carps. The Y. M. C. A. bicycle corps has planned a series oi May tours, tbe first of which wilf be made tonight, and will hate Milan as the objective point, tbe start being at 7:3o. The course will embrace in all 10 miles. Monday night the clu b goes to Mo line' and Tuesday nest to Davenport. Friday night. May 28. there will be a spin over the road race course. The officers of the club are: John Hynes, captain; Harry Schreiner, first lientenant, and Morris Wiicher second lieutenant. BIT' Riplets. The regular local packets were in port. The Kit Carson brought down 16 strings of lumber. The stage of water at the Rock Island bridge at noon was 6.90 and falling: the temperature 74. The Ruth and Lumberboy came down, and tbe Ruth. Ravenna, Bart E. Linuhan and (laics step vent north. The air pressure at the Rick Isl and bridge got ont of order yester day afternoon, and for an hour it was impossible to close tbe bridge by means pf the hand devise, as the gear wheel could not be disengaged. By evening Snpt. Bobbins had every, thing in working order sgain. how ever. Tbe heat of tbe sun has an effect on the upper chord in the way of expansion, but the effect of this would be readily obviated if tbe air pressure was of sufficient force to perform its dnties at all times. Nowadays when women are trying to do everything it is net strange that many things are overdone. It is not strange that there are all kinds of physical and mental dis turbances, if the woman who is a doctor, or a lawyer, or a journalist, or in business would not try to be a society woman, too, it might be dif. ferent; but the woman wbo knows when she has done a day's work has yet to be born. Usually a woman's way is to keep doing until she drops. Working in this way has manifold evils. The most common trouble re. suiting from, over exertion, either mentally or physically, is constipa tion of tbe bowels, with all ita at tendant horrors. I Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the most effectual remedy in the market. They work upon the sys tem easily, naturally. There ia ao unpleasant nausea after taking them. No griping no pain no discomfort. Theyre composed of materials that go throngh the system gradually col lecting all imparities and. like the little servant that they are, dispos ing of them effectually. Cascareta stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels Hwr atea-aiL. wka or gripe: 10 rent Tn Aaecs daliwared averr arson. (lag at yoar door at 10e a was. THE TRIBUHES START; Lodge of the New Order Formed in Rock Island. THE FIRST YEAR'S OFFICERS, Encouraging Prospects for the Local Society. The Essential 500 Members Secured. The new order of Fraternal Tri bunes instituted ita first lodge ia Rock Island under most auspicious circumstances last evening, xne ceremonies were conducted at Carse hall, and the society which has adopted thia city as its home was thus authorised to establish its first duly qualified tribune. The roll of membership now includes 500 names, the number necessary before it can organise under the laws of the state. There were half the number belong. in? at the meeting last night, to getner wtin several lames, xne preliminary ceremonies were in charge of C. J. Eastman, as so pre me tribune; Spencer Mattisen, vice su preme tribune; I. u. uenaeraon, su preme secretary; O. B. Thompson, supreme treasurer; James S. Sexton, sergeant-at-arms; A. M. Britton. su preme guard; Andrew Hohman, su preme sentinel, and C. G. Turner, supreme orator. A. M. Britton, pre. sented the list of officers for the first year, which had been duly prepared in advance by a committee delegated for the purpose, ana the roil 01 mem' bership was also read, and the cere mony 01 initiation was permrmea on those present, one of the number be ing seiec ea to exempniy tne wore. The list of officers was thereupon ap proved as ioiios: PaBt Chief Tribune M. E. Swee ney. Chief Tribune H. A. Weld. Vice Chief Tribune W. C. Maucker. Secretary Spenoer Msttison. Treasurer T. C. Henderson. Keeper of Deoorations B. D. Con nelly. Guard D. B. Shaw. Sergeant-at-Arms E. H. Stafford Sentinel H. M. Beardsley. Trustees George Schneider, Charles McHugh, S. J. Collins. Pretty Work. The order is purely beneficiary ifi character, and the member who has the good fortune to attain his 70th year will thereafter receive the amount of his policy in 10 annual in. stallments. Toe ritualistic part of tbe work is pretty and impressive, being founded on Roman cuatoms. and having for its underlying principles and aima the "Fatherland of God and the Brotherhood of Man." At the next meeting the remaining memoers win oe initiated and the officers duly installed. THIS IS THE LA8T WEEK Of the Klng-Baala Ory Ooods fetors ClM taz ot Sal. Only five more daya of the sale left. Great quantities of dependable first class merchandise vet to be had. It will pay you well to buy for fu ture use. The prices are lower than first class dry goods will probably ever be sold for again. Only five days more in which to take advent, age of the rare bargains we have at this closing t.ut sale. Sale ends "atardey night. Harked Sc Von Mack, At Klug-Hasler stand. Bow Ssa Clab. The first shoot of the Rock Island Gun club for a revolver was held Sunday afternoon 12 having entered the contest. The scores, the total number in a possible 25, were as fol lows: Mao . Storr. 13; C. Storr, 18; W. Storr, 15; W. Hincher. 9; C. Gt jer, 10; C Wolff. 11; R. Beck, 11; L. Sispp. 17; Al Henry. 24; C. Ihrig, 16; C. Postel. 12; H. Hincher, 9. Henry, it will be seen, is the winner in the opening shoot. The revolver has to be won three times before be coming the property of a contestant. The club has a meeting Thursday evening at WulfTs gun store. Great .Backet. Grimly What makes it so Infernally noisy at this boarding houte every night? Mrs. Grimly The women here have a whist club. Detroit Free Press. In Harbor Springs, Mich., there is a large and ConriKbiiiK wood toothpick in dustry. White birch is exclusively used in the marofar-ture of the toothpicks, and about 7.500.0CC are turned ont daily. How Are Your Kidneys? EwOtn YomrBmckAcbet Dr. Hobtw Spanga Kidney PLls iBoHtkrS BdtBSl amor ra- cwk hi am aii nuinnt. H"W n worst i trru 7 "r. Bm aavsta " lTxaPmmivlj. 1 lisataja. . HobBS Mils For Sals iaaOCK f SLA YD hr S.B. THOMAS, DraffM, oor. Sd ova. A 0ta sb J? JLVvTi BsafthT njteonportfy ta . W. V kaalth. BrBwninavtWblMS wuuwmm.w.. ttt. HobtaBjmraroa Vjdawr WBa earn Rh rt.v Kuralata. Oot. Bna' Lti . Dtobw. In si if .IciMtt, Asoasls. a Ss domam. Bacaadha, Kldaaf Wiiksaw.aal all ISbv sutioa o taa fcjsas7yltia sa4 llissln r awW. aaasa Mc CASE'S A Dress Skirt Factory. Nearly the whole stock of remdv-made Dress Skirts from nms.is.si manufacturer waa offered us at a great bargain, ao much lower than any we have had before, that ww bought at once. 760 ready-to-wear Drees Skirts, (that's the number) thiak for a moment whst the amount of invest ment ia this single item ot Skirts mesas. It takes nerve as well as cash, bat the best part of the whole business is that it will eeable as to sell ready-to-wear Skirts at about the first cost of materials no eharge for makias;. Skirts. Blsck brokade Dress Skirts, ought to bring $1.60. our priee 70 each. inner Better ones, ougat oe vz. oar price, f 1.12. Others, much better material and better workmanship, would bring $3, we shall sell them at 91.72. Skirta which ought to sell at tS. we shall place oa sale at IS 7ft. Plaia black Mohair lustre skirts. which should sell tor 14 50. $5 60 and $6. we shell put out at $2.97, $3.76 and $4 26. Come early as ws expect abi? rush thst will run them out fast. Ladies' Suits. Mast go this week. 20 Ladies' Salts worth $5.38, this week $3 87. 24 Ladies' suits, were $9.76. $10 60 and $11, this week while they lest ill si so vu. Take your pick, 15 travelers' ssm. pie suits, only one of a kind., worth from $9 to $15 each. Tske your pick 01 any za per cent aiscount this week, one-fourth off the bottom of your bill. 22 Suits carried over from last year, were $6 to $11 each, take your choice at $2 97. Ladles' Spring Coats All our newest, latest and beat styles of Spring Jsckets at reduced prices thia week. jOnly Two Kinds flTpeoplej T We specially want to I The Kind Who have seen those wool Spring Suits; sewed with the best ! fitting sad a great The Other Kind f Of twinnl w ai.l I rm " - wv wot IUUH woo have not examined our Clothing or prieec and do not know the opportunities ws offer this week to buyers. Both Kinds With tbeir friends, will be welcome at SOMMERS 1804 Second Avenue. s PECIAL SALE On Ladles' and Gents' Fine Shoes and Oxford Ties, at Your Own Price. We have placed these Shoes sad Oxfords on oar bargain counter, aad shall sell tbem for whst they will bring, until the entire lot is sold. These Shoes snd Oxfords consists of odd lots and sixes (mostly small and narrow). AT YOUR OWn PRICE. Qent'a Patent Leather Gent's Tans and Ox-bloods Ajaaies riae uoagoic nana turn Ladies Fine Doocola Oxfords Ladies Floe Doncola, Juliet. ..- Jadles Fine Tan Jaliet liSdies Fine Tan Oxfords. AT YOTJI1 OX7XT PRICE. Above are only a few ot them, ws have plenty of them, so corns la early as they wonft last long at tbess prieec GEO. SCHNEIDER. rKNTSAL SHOX STOBK. Lcc:3 z Qsality B. D. FOLSOM, Thin Wtek's BsTffalns. This week a mixed lot of fall standard Prints So a yard. 20 pieces Tartaa red Prints, fast colors, ieayard. ' 40 pieces wide Percale, warranted fast colors. 4)0. A snsp purchase ot 2$ pieces cord Dimities, lovely patterns, right fresh from the loom, 6e a yard. 20 dosen ladies' genuine seamless Hose (sst blacks). 6c 20 desea ditto, finer quality. 8c 25 doten ditto, still better, at 10c Men's Summer Undershirts, the usual 25c kind, while thev last. 12c Men's summer weight Grey Shirts sad Drawers, thie time at 1 4c each. Knit Underwear. This week we propose to set the pace for the sale of Ladies' Knit n. derwear. 1.000 doten from 2c up to a tv a. . a. r . at ocTures to correspond with our well known reputation for low prieec "' 1 Lawn Mowers. Mow your lawn. Laws mowers agaia. Ton will remember that last week ws advertised lawa mowers verychesp. We wish to agaia call your attention to the fact that we sell them cheaper than you caa find them elsewhere. $1.75, $1.87, $2. Ton can't match them. see this week dbuble snd twist all out in the latest style silk, perfect, s!T7 suit for 1 ' the prioe A M t .a. . . L neighbors sad cousins & LaVELLE. .$4 00 to 8? OS S 00 to S50 ..... t so to S 00 to iseto i 50 4 00 5 SO SO 490 11S 1712 SKOOVD ATETUS 1 One Price f tui Veto Grant::d Jeweler. 1703 Second Avenue.