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THE 'AUG US iWEDXESDAT. MAY 3, 190 a.
8 HAWES INDORSED State Camp M. W. A. at Decatur Favors His Reelection as Head Clerk. G. W. REILLY FOR DIRECTOR Expected Opposition Failed to Develop Against Latter Peoria for Next Head Camp. Decatur. III., May 3. (Special.) The state camp or the M. W. A. today endorsed Maj. C. Hawes, of Rock Island, for reelection as'head clerk of the order, and George W. Reilly, of Danville, for director. The opposition expected against Mr. Reilly was tame, and did not develop in the convention. The camp reelected E. D. Reynolds, of Rockford, as state consul, and J. Freed, of Galesburg, as state clerk. The matter was practically settled last night and all the convention had to do today was carry out the program. For State Camp. East St. Ixviis was selected as the next meeting place for the state camp, and Peoria endorsed for the place of holding the next head camp of the or der. In 1907. CITY CHAT. Zibia lighted delighted. Zazaro is there, call for it. The Yaie system Is bt-st. The Yale system is best. Buy a home of Reidy Bros. McKee writes fire insurance. Is Sonnen-Gold a patent flour? Is Hon lien -Gold a patent flour? Is Sonnen-Gold a patent flour? Is Sonnen-Gold a patent flour? Is Sonnen-Gold a patent flour? Trl-City Towell Supply company. For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's. For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz. Ice cream and ice cream soda at Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue. Read the ad of Jackson's new art 'and jewelry store, 1S03 Second avenue, on page 2. If you have a silk want, don't miss McCabe's three day silk sale. Ladies' white canvas oxford ties, $3. $2, $1.50 and $1 at McCabe's. W. H. Siemon will do your tin work; 1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746, ViBit the three days' dress goods sale at the Big Boston store, Daven port. Misses tan and patent leather strap slippers, 97 cents and S3 cents at Mc Cabe's. Children's strap slippers, many styles at 75 cents, C9 cents and 59 cents at McCabe's. uwing to repairs on tne cnurcn mere will be no meeting tonight at First Church of Christ, Scientist. Dr. Myers, the optical expert, now in his new offices, second floor Mc Cabe's store. Eyes tested free. Judge' Graves this morning recon vened the circuit court. Minor argu ments and motions were heard. The popular A La Spirit? dollar cor sets for three days. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, C7 cents, at McCabe's. Mr. Clendenen announces the last social chance of the season at Industrial hall on Saturday evening of this week. McCabe's housefurnishing depart ment are quoting in this issue a lot of trade drawers that talk out loud for themselves. Report your changes to Stone's city directory, office northeast corner Sec ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or call up old 'phone 553 L. The Knox County Fair association has voted to erect a new $12,000 am phitheatre at the fair grounds at Knoxville this summer. The appearance of the first straw Imt on the street today worn by a mod est and self conscious young man for mally inaugurated the summer season. Thursday, Friday and Saturday will witness the most remarkable dress goods bargains seen hereabouts this season. At the Big Boston store, Dav enport. Frank I). Throop. who has been city editor of the Sterling Standard, has resigned to take the position of managing editor of the Muscatine Journal. Twenty five. 35 and 50 cent daintily "jt Fashionable Headquarters" I -Ml mm- THE DEADLY PARALLEL IN DRESS. Compare a High Class Custom Tailor's Spring Suits or Overcoats Willi the Spring Models of M. (SL K. Superior Tailored Clothes Like this: HIS Designs taken from fashion plates made by others. Cuts that may or may not prove satisfactory. High quality prices for limited patterns and shades. Prices from $J5 to $'" you pay for nam' and reputation. Trouble and delay in getting your garments. Fit supposed to be perfect yon don't know till the rloth.es are made. OWRS Designs made by special design ers of great experience. Cuts that you ean see are satis factory before you take th"tn. High quality fabrics in unlimited choice of patterns and shades. Prices from $1 to $25 yon pay only for your clothes nothing else. N'o trouble whatever you can wear your garments home. Fit guaranteed perfect; you can, be certain before you buy. your Choice: Extravagant chances. II E-onomical certainty. COME AND SEE US. Smart Sack Suits $10 to $25 Stylish Spring Overcoats and Cravcnettes $10 to $25 Vr AND) FOR BETTER ROADS Unique Tour Over Burlington and Northern Pacific Begun. GOING TO THE PACIFIC COAST Leaders of Movement in America on Special Train That Stops at Galesburg Monday. As missionaries for the National Good Roads association, a party of men left Chicago today on a trip that will cover the Burlington and Northern Pacific railways and will take the tour ists to the Lewis and Clark exposition at Portland. Ore. The train is in charge of W. H: Manus. the Burling ton's industrial commissioner, and the men on the journey will be guests of the two railroads named. The first stop was at Aurora, where the first of a long series of good roads conven tions, planned as adjuncts to the trip was held. Extend ARltntlon. The object of the trip is to bring to the 45 or 50 cities included a conven tion held in the interests of the city streets and country roads Improve ments, and allow the good roads asso ciation to extend its agitation, educa tion and organization into all parts of the country. It also is intended to demonstrate to farmers that the proposed improve ment of public roads will add greatly to the interests of communities by se curing better transportation of crops to the markets, improving the social and commercial conditions, and indi rectly to give to railways a better traffic through the winter and spring months, when there is a stagnation of business occasioned by mud roads. Member of Pnrty. In the party are Col. W. H. Moore. president National Good Roads associ ation; Martin Dodge, director of the office of public road inquiries. United States government, .with his special government engineer; J. Francis, gen eral passenger agent, C. A. Johnson, fraffic freight agent, and P. B. Fobrea, advertising agent, of the Burlington; Col. T. P. Rixey. lecturer of the Na tional Good Roads association; George W. E. Cooley, president Minnesota Good Roads association: Congressman James Loyd, Hannibal, Mo. Galesburg will be the stopping place Monday, and rates are made on the Burlington to that city from here. The party will be in Portland June 22. 23 and 24, for a big Pacific coast national convention, in connection with the exposition. The exposition managers have announced June 24 as "Good Roads day." embroidered lawn turnovers and lace stocks, only 15 cents. Buy a season's supply now. At the Big Boston store. Davenport. Mothers, you who have vigorous boys to supply with waists, will notice the sale of boys' 75-cent, 85-cent and $1 waists for 59 cents. At the Big Boston store, Davenport. "Empress" shoes, for women, are as good, perhaps better, than the shoes you have been buying elsewhere at $3.50. "Empress" shoes are only $2.95. At the Big Boston store. Davenport. Monday the fire department ot Woodhull, Henry county, was called to the home of Will Wier to extinguish a fir which partly consumed his barn A valuable horse perished in the flames. Carl A. Carlson and Miss Selma M. Carlson of New Windsor were united in marriage yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, the ceremony being perform ed at the First Baptist parsonage by Rev. H. W. Reed. The dressmakers' Chicago conven tion fully endorsed the C B A jx Spir ite corsets. L. S. McCabe & Co. have been appointed sole agents and are showing a complete line of models. $1 to $.". Remember "a corset for every figure." The store in the Dart block occu pied by the Rock Island Hardware company is being remodeled to suit the requirements of the firm. An en tirely new front is to be put in and handsome up-to-date fixtures have been ordered. Frank Campana & Co. has a carload of very large, fancy bananas, 15 cents a dozen or two dozen for 25 cents; oth er very nice ones for 10 cents a dozen; a'.so good ones for 5 cents a dozen; 75 cents and up for a bunch. 1G14 Sec ond avenue. Miss Anna Moeller. 1517 Fifth ave nue, last evening entertained the mem bers of the lT. S A. club at her home. The evening was very pleasantly spent with games and music. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The club is an organization of ten young ladies. Miss A. M. Kittredge. who from 1834 to 19' was connected with the Rock Island Sanitarium and who has been in the east since the latter date, has returned to the city and opened parlors at 930 Twenty-first street for the practice of "electrolysis." of which she has made a study since leaving the city. One of the greatest blessings a mod est man can wish for is a good, relia ble set of bowels. If you are not the happy possessor of such an outfit you can greatly improve the efficiency of those you have by the judicious use of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. They are pleasant to take and agreable in effect. For sale by all leading druggists. 2500yds New Silkollnes and Satinea T TTSlArecelved for summer comfort -" erjJraperles, etc.. bought them unfier yrice?artd so they go. fl 15c and ISojvaJuea for 13ttc & ..1UC AL third Avenue through to second C3 Al 50c BacK Combs, 25c S II F.I. I., back combs. handsomely niounteJ. set with amcthypt. tur quoise, etc.. oOc vn ! uc Notlm Department 25c A. Three Bears SllK Sensation. Commencing Thursday Morning at 9 o'clock and Continuing Till Saturday Evening at 9 o'clock CULLY 20,000 YARDS OF SILKS of all descriptions will be shown on our 300 feet of table and counter space. For weeks past we have been picking up excep tional bargain tots of high class dress and lining silks with a view of this sale. The values" thus obtained from manufacturers and importers exceed anything we have ever here tofore shown. The magnitude of this silk merchandise move ment will not soon be forgotten. If you have a silk wnt, by all means attend this sale. AT 1.275 yards of 24 inch Foulard SilKs Not a yard worth under 50c, more worth from 75c to 98c, navy and greens predominate. Choice of the entire lot at 29c. 0Q Xo mistake, yard 29c, 29c, 29c LuL 29C 39c 39c AT Embroidered Pongees Plain Burnish Silks, 24 to 30 inches wide plain taffetas for linings fancy taffetas for waists and suits: this line comes in both short lengths and full pieces 5c to $1.25 values, at yard 39C 39c AT 44 inch Silk Grenadin es with satin stripe, in white with black and black with white stripes, also all blac k and all white these goods made to sell at fcl.00 yard. Isot i large lot, priced at, yard AT 3.000 yards handsome fancy Taffetas and Louisanes for waists or shirt waist suits, a very com prehensive collection of the season's new silks most extraordinary values in this lot at just, JiQn yard 40 1 AT 87c 87!c 48c 5.000 yds imported taffeta a, louisanes, Elctra Silks, Pougpes in plaiu aud fancy weaves a. wonuerlul ot- fering of highest grade silks worth up to 1.50, all at, yard. BlacK SilKs-lOpcs. $1.25 qual OQp ity black Peau do Soie. per yard.. Oil v 5 pieces 21? in.-h Puredye black EQ taffetas, $1.00 quality, only OdKs 1,500 yds. of sample pieces au 1 short lengths, black llabutai, Liberty Satin, Crepe-de Chiae, etc., etc., worth 0Qf up to 75c, all at, yard OuL We Are Giving THE greatest ready-to-wear bargains of the season rrght now. Assortments are large and prices are lower than we thought possible a few weeks ago, sleeves, linc.l $4.80 NEW SILK SUITS soft finish taffetas, brown, green and HANDSOME made of fine colors, blue. black, very cheap at CHILDREN'S PRETTY SPRING COATS In blue, red, brown, tan and also fancy mixtures value up to $5.00. for Agea 2 to 8 years. STYLISH COVERT JACKETS, both loose and tight fitting, new $8.62 SPRING wn. tan i value $2.57 lej? o' mutton throughout, gTcat values for SILK PETTICOATS of rustling silk taffeta, deep flounces and pleating, bargains sure at CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES made In becoming: little styles from ginghams. percales, cham- bray, etc., aped 4 to 14, for only $3.92 SSES styles .-ham- 89c New Belts WE place on sale Thursday about 1,000 of the most stunning belts in the market, bought at special price concessious, we mark them on a basis that puts them in the bargain list. SOc black pleated belts with pretty gilt buckles and 9Q back pieces LmUK 62c and 75c handsome black taffet.i belts made !n the M newest of styles TLtl VERY SWELL BELTS, with elab orate sliirrlngs and pleating. black and newest colors Including changeables. you will see no such values as these any- Qtf where else at tlll 250 WHITE WASH BELTS, crushed, narrow tttltched and oth-;r best styles, for this sale only 10c Splendid Tack Hammers, only ,3c 4c 3as- ...38c Drivers, 2c NO LET UP HERE is another lot of trade winners from our big housefurnishing department. McCabe's is the place where you always get the right things. The big store will always be the meca for economical housekeepers Here are some good things note them carefully Full 14-oz. copper Tea Kettles, size No. 8. heavy nickel plated, usually sold at 90c to $1.25. our CQ Thursday price Utltr Wallace Bros.' Teaspoons, white metal body, well nickeled, Sc per Bet of elx Kg. 10 Marvel Clothes Wringer, iron frame, solid steel springs, high quality rubber rolls, usually $1.75 to $2.00, here Thursday, $137, yes 7-ptece china Berry ' Sets, decorated and gold lined, good value at 90c, C7 Thursday only Ull 10-qt. Dairy Pails. Thursday Screen Wire. 24 Inches wide, the strong, heavy kind tlvot stands the wear, per foot Thursday for M cent, yes, 2 feet 1 M 10 SC37 .9c for 1c Best 10-ot. Carpet Tacks, per pkg. . . . 3c 65c Willow Clothes Bas kets, Thursday yours for 10c steel Screw Drivers, ebony handle, each 50cok grained pine Wash Tub, we sell this tub QCA Thursday for OuC 3-piece Garden Sets, hoe. rake and shovel, for Thurs day we say, 8c per set.... Screen Doors, No. 32, com plete, hinges and door pull. yours Thursday for 49c, yes.... Table Tumblers, full 8-oz. size, you can buy doz. at this sale for P (one cent each) ) See our Lawn and Gar den goods. The prices will tempt the most economi cal buyer. Blue Label Paints, made of best material, put up in all size cans, the price is as low as the quality is high. 8c om-pull. 49c Interesting Wash Goods Offerings IJHEER PERSIAN LAWNS, tho 18c itistes, effects. ... 10c ivgular 25c quality, per yard 15c Iawns. Dimities and Batistes, big variety of Dolly Vardeu effects. dots and floral designs, only 200 WAIST PATTERNS In fancy ginghams. 3',i yards in each pat tern. Thursday, per f "Tp pattern 1 10 40 inch Printed Llnon de India, white and tan grounds, with neat black and colored figures, stripes and floral effects. A sheer, dainty 25o material, at yard 15c his Eyes Tested Free MEY- ERSour expert optic ian is very new office. 2d floor, 2d Ave. front, byes examined free of charge. If you need glasses buy them here or elsewhere as you choose. busv in Corsets(ListerO WE are just opening a complete as sortment of the celebrated C. B. A La Spirite corsets (fourteen different a a models ) prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00. These are the corsets which the Dress mak ers convention in Chicago last month endorsed so unanim ously. Being so popular among the dressmakers, they have become equally popular with the la dies who have worn them. The C. B. A La Spirite corsets will hereafter be fouqd here in full as sortment. Our expert fitter will exhibit, explain and make fittings for all who may desire. To bring these corset into quick local prominence, we will sell two styles, short and medium lengths of the C. B. dollar corsets for 67c for three days, Thursday, Friday and Saturday (one to a customer). Ask to see them. A corset fbr every figure. No excuse for an ill fitting corset. Spirite COMPANY A MAY SEE CHICAGO SERVICE Governor Has No Request for Militia, But Sixth Will Be Ordered if Required. Press dispatches today from Spring Held say that Gov. Deneen lias received no request from Chicago for state mili tia. If he does, he will probably grant the request, and it is expected that the t'.th regiment, being located conveni ently near Chicago, will be ordered there for strike service. This will in clude Company A, of Rock Island. Col. Edward Kittilsen. of Moline. says he can have the whole Cth regi ment in Chicago and on duty within 12 hours of the time he receives orders from the adjutant. There no Rochelle Salts. Alum, Lime or Ammonia in food made with Unfiling Paivfier ADMITS GUILT OF PERJURY F. W. McDonald Makes Statement in Court in Davenport Case. The noted perjury case against F. W. McDonald, in Davenport, came to a close today when McDonald pleaded guilty to the charge of perjury, after the arguments in the case had been made. He made a statement before the court, stating that he did not perjure himself in the original trial of th" case of Huggard vs. the glucose company, but that he made false statements in the affidavits for a rehearing of the case. Sentence was not passed. Catarrh and Hay Fever. Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as popular in many localities aa Ely's Cream Balm solid. It is prepared for use in atomizers, and is highly priz ed by those who have been accustomed to call upon physicians for such treat ment. Many physicians are using and prescribing it. All the medicinal prop erties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form, which is 75 cents, including a spraying tub-. All druggists, or by mail. Ely Broth ers, 56 Warren street. New York. ROBBERS WRECK SAFE; FLEE WITH BIG PRIZE Loot Private Bank at Gilbertsville, N. Y., of $5,000 to $10,000, and Escape. K0TIH THE BAKIhQ POWDIH JHUST it makes pure food. Rheumatism Cured in a Day. My6tJc Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures la 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system Is remarkable and mysterious. It re moves at once the cause and the dis ease Immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits. 73c and 1. Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Sec ond avenue. Rock Island; Gustave Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second street, Davenport. Oneonta. N. Y.. May 3. Robbers blw open the safe in the private bank of E. C. Brewer at, (Jilbertvllle. about eighteen miles north of here, yester day morning and escaped with b-twern $.". mid and JlM.fMM). keeping at bay by revolver shots the villagers who. awak ened by the explosion, attempted to stop them. Telephone and telegraph wires had been cut and no communica tion with surrounding towns was possi ble. When the village folk at last started in pursuit the robbers had gained a lead which could not be overcome. Strictly Gtnuine. Most nf the patent medicine testimoni als are probably genuine. The follow ing notice recently appeared in the Atchison (Kan.) Globe: "Joe Tack, a well known engineer, running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa, lately appeared in a big one, with a picture. and when he was in this office today, we asked him about it. He says he had terrific pains in his .-;toma"h. and thought he had cancer. His druggist recommended K'xlol and he says it cure! hfm. He recommend ed It to others, who were a! cured." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dige.sts what you eat and cure3 all rtomach troubles. Sold by all druggists. RISING ABOVE COMPETITION if Best of workmanship and first class fitting clothes at a reason able price has helped us to build tip a profitable business. What we give our patrons Is high in quality, but low in price. Tailor made suits. $15 to S35. Beal & McCarthy, Illinois Theatre Building. 1603 Second Avenue. . All the Diwa all the time TIU2 ARGUa. I