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THE 2CRC5TT5. SlOJnJXr, SEPTEMBER 15 1905.
me WLJLhh Great Fall Clearing Sale atyourown price ALL SHORT LOTS GO REGARDLESS OF COST. 10.000 Rolts Good Walt Paper. 1c a roll. 10.000 Yards Border, only 1-4c a yard. 100 Room Lots, complete, fsr only $1. All regular stock goods while they last, your choice, any paper in the store, for the next 15 dayg. beginniof Sept. 18. at ONLY HALF PRICE. All our ctlebrated exclusive spe cials. 50c. 75c. $1, for only 25c. We must have room for 19oC Papers and Mouldings. Value is not considered. Our loss is your opportunity. Paper hanging done at lowest rates during bale. ADAMS WALL PAPER CO, 310. 312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, Illinois.' -I-M-I-M-HI-'I'-I'-I ! '! I l"l rT,I-I,,iTTiT,I-i WF. BID VOU WELCOME TO SEK OUR New Fall and Winter 'Suits. .-J MM-VRIt.MT lV BV jf tW . AW HIH CO. iJ0 FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN. WE SHOW YOU CLOTHING MADE BY THE BEST MAKERS, SUCH AS NO OTHER HOUSE CAN SHOW YOU.T 'J? jj.HaSdrsorMen'sSul $ffi0 Hundreds of Men's Suits $15 Will We See you? YOU KNOW US. 15he ONDON M. C. R. ICE. Prop. -.f-.t-, .-9 ,f,,Tiltl itjiti T 1 1 1 4 1 1 J I I 11 1 1 I FALL MILLINERY Our preparation for fall business Insures a larger assortment than ever In Misses and Indies' Hats. Our popular prices for correct mil linery bring to us a continual In crease of pytrouage from those who appreciate good style for moderate prices. See our uew street hat with tbe chiffon veil to match in all colors. BRANDENBURG Millinery Store. CORNER TWENTIETH 8TREET AND FOURTH AVENUE. SEXTON'S MIXTURE. Have you tried it? , It is the best thine: on the market for the pipe. A rare blending of the finest American and foreign to baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c. Urcade Cigar S'torc Boom block. John P. Bxtaa. DIES IN BUFFALO Edward Kautz, Formerly of Rock Island, Passes Away in Iowa. END COMES SATURDAY NIGHT Had Returned A$ter Some Time in Den ver Was Resident of City Eight Years. Edward Kautz. formerly of Rock Is land, died Saturday night at 11:40 o'clock at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Kautz. at Buffalo, Iowa. Mr. Kautz was engaged in the saloon business in Rock Island for eight years as the proprietor of the Richelieu, on Second avenue. He was compelled to sell out his business a ytar ago,-when taWen 111 with' tubercu losis. He went to Denver in the hoie of regaining his health, but the change! brought no benefit, and a short time ago he returnedita tpend the short remainder of his life at his old home at Buffalo. Relatives la Itoek Inland. He was born at Buffalo. June 17. 1S73. thus being over 32 years of age. He leaves besides his parents, three brothers and four sisters to mourn his loss. They are F. V. Kautz. Mrs. Henry J. Frick and Mrs. Lou Winters. Rock Island: Frederick and Christian' Kautz. Mrs. Lena Ehrke and Mrs. Em ma Roth, of Blue Grass, Iowa. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the residence at Buffalo, with short services at the Buffalo church. Burial will take place at .the Buffalo cemetery. Mr. Kautz had jniany friends in the three cities who will grieve to learn of his death. A number from this city will attend the funeral services at Buffalo tomorrow. morning service at Trinity church yes terday, preaching one of his eloquent and convincing sermons. Iu the even ing the bishop, accompanied by Rev. Granville H. Sherwood, paid a visit to the Episcopal parish at Preemption. PERSONAL POINTS. IN THE CHURCHES. Spencer Memorial. The Ladies' Aid society meets Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. V. Croinpton, 4103 Seventh av enue. The regular services will be dispens ed with next Sunday morning and even ing because of the absence of the pas tor, ao(l nljr Sunday school will bein The Methodist conference opens in Peoria Sept. 20 and continues until Monday. Sept. 25. Bishop C. H. Fow ler wilj preside over the assembly. First Methodist Episcopal., After the sertrion delivered by Rev. 'Ltnd quist last evening. Bishop Cranston of Washington. I. C, gave an interesting talk. The pastor and delegates elected at the fourth quarterly meeting, will at tend the conference at Peoriaiu this week. i ' - . United Presbyterian. The..-Ladies' Missionary society will assemble at the home of Mrs. Fredericka Fredricks. 112G Nineteenth street, tonight. At this meeting reports will be read by Miss Dora Hartz, who was elected as delegate from the local society to the Women's Missionary convention in Al bany, Ore., in June. First Baptist. An ice cream socia ble will be held at the Forty-fourth street chapel on Friday evenidg. The Ladies' Aid society holds its reg ular meeting Friday afternoon at the church. Grace Lutheran. The Acme society meets tonight at the parsonage with Mrs. Hoffsten. Thursday afternoon and evening, a coffee social will be held at the par sonage, Mesdames Hoffsten, Holm grain and Carlson being the commit tee in charge. A confirmation class will be held ev ery Friday eveniug at 7:30 In the lec ture room of the church. This class has been organized for those who are unable to attend the Saturday after noon classes, held at 2:20 in the lec ture room. Central Presbyterian- The regular weekly prayer meeting is held Wednes day evenings at 7:30 at the church. The Young , People." Social league has a meeting atdhVchurcb at 8 o'clock tonight. . ' The Indies' guild holds the annual election of officers at its meeting Wed nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. F. S. Brough, 212 Thir teenth street. Celebrate Rally Day. Next Sunday will be observed in the Broadway Presbyterian Sunday school as rally day, and special arrangements are be ing made for the morning exercises of the school. A number of attractive numbers will be included on the pro gram, and there will be special musical numbers. A social' has been arranged by the young people of the church, to which all young people are invited to, wi! be held Thursday evening at tbe home of Mrs. Fred Titterington, SIC Twenty-second street. Memorial Christian. The Ladies' Aid society will have an all day meet ing at the church Thursday, beginning at 10 a. in. Special work will be at tended to by the ladies. Bishop Favwcett Hers Bishop M. Edward Fawcett, of the Episcopal dlo cece of Qutncy, was present at the Mrs. W. H. Haire has returned from a visit to Colorado. E. B. Barber of Dubuque is visiting relatives ' in Rock Island. Meyer A.- Loeb has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati. Mrs. John Buford visited over Sun day with friends in Clinton. Frank G. Young has returned from a business trip in the Dakotas. John Schmid has returned after sev eral weeks at Battle Creek, Mich. August G. Mueller left yesterday to enter the University of Illinois at Ur- bana. Dr. and Mrs. Potter Smith returned last evening from a short visit at Sar nia, Ontario, Canada. Charles Call of Rockford has been spending a few days here with his mother, Mrs. Mary Call. T. R. Kendall, formerly linotype op erator for The Argus, has returned af ter several months in the southwest. Misses Adelia and Bertha Frick have returned after visiting several months in Detroit, Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Miss Ruth Gamble, who has been em ployed in the circuit clerk's office, de parted today to enter Oberlin univer sity. W. J. Kirkpatrick has returned from a five-week's outing in Colorado, dur ing which he added several pounds to his avoirdupois. Charles Mcllugh and T. J. Medill have returned from South Dakota, where they inspected tracts of land with a view to purchasing. Rev. J. B. Rutter leaves this evening for Peoria, at which place he will at tend the Methodist conference which opens Wednesday morning. Mr. Rutter does not expect to return until next week. Rev. R. B. Williams will depart to morrow for Peoria, to attend the Meth odist-conference. Dr. Williams will be gone one week. No arrangements have been made, as yet, for preaching services for next Sunday. W. A. Wendell, of St. Joseph, Mo., is stopping in Rock Island a few days to visit friends. He is returning from a visit with his parents at Maquoketa, Iowa. Mr. Wendell was formerly a niotorman on the Tri-City lines. MESSAGE FOR MEN Or. W. S. Marquis Talks cf Young Man and the City. HAVE POWER AT EARLY AGE Minister Speaks Especially of Rock Island and Moline Henry Han. sen at Y. M. C. A. HAVE SECURED MORE ROOM Crane A Sipe, Proprietors of The Hub, Lease Adjoining Store Room. Messrs. Crane & Sip, proprietors of the Hub clothiiigtor--?.t 1S01 Second avenue, have completed arrangements whereby they will obtain possession of the store room adjoining their present location. The rapid increase in busi ness and the arrival of a big fall stock necessitated more floor space. In a few days work will be begun on the cutting of the archways which will connect the two stores, and other im provements are being contemplated. SOCIAL AFFAIRS. W. C. T. U. Meets. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union holds its monthly meeting tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. J. Searle, 934 Twentieth street. Ogden's Band Gives Dance. Og den's band has issued invitations for a dance at the Tower this evening This is the first private dance that this popular orchestra has given and a large number of invitations are out. Island View Heights. Lots can be bought in this beautiful addition of Sixth and Seventh avenues and Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth streets at prices ranging from $400 up wards, on easy terms of $50 cash and balance in monthly payments. Visit the property and select one of these beautiful lots for a home. Four lots have been sold this week, and it is ex pected that several houses will be erected this fall. Inquire of Dr. Mark II. Patten. Marion E. Sweeney, Hol land S. Bollman, William T. Hartz, Dr. S. B. Hall, or William A. Smith. Licensed to Wed. George Hodge Rock Island Sarah Montgomery St. Charle Frank L. Ashdown Port Byron Nava Woodward Port Byron John Pearson Rock Island Martha Zentgraf Moline Walter S. Cohn Muscatins Hannah R. Rosenstein Moline Hans Gabrielson Kenosha. Wis. Mrs. Esther Almgren Moline The Colonel's Waterloo. Colonel John M. Fuller, of Honey Grove, Texas, nearly met his Waterloo from liver and kidney ti ouble. in a recent letter, he ears: 'I was nearly dead, of these complaints, and, al though T tried my family doctor, he did me no good ; so I got a 50c bottle of your Electric Bitters, which cared me. I consider them the best medi cine on earth, and thank God, who gave you the knowledge to make them. Sold, and guaranteed to cure, dyspepsia, biliousness and kidney dis ease, by Hartz & Ullemeyer, druggists, at 50c a bottle. . Colds cause indigestion and costlve ness. Fluids which should pass through the bowels and kidneys are secreted by the nose and throat. t Hoi lister's Rocky Mountain Tea will positively cure. 35c. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy. i In his address last evening at Broad way Piesbyterian church. Rev. W. S. Marquis said that the city is the epit ome of civilization, and that it is the young man who makes the city what it is. His address, which was illus trated with appropriate stereopticon views and photographs, was on the sub ject, "The Young Man and the City." His text was taken from Revelations 2S, where the new Jerusalem is de scribed. Heaven is represented as a city, and in his sermon Dr. Marquis illustrated that the city represents the civilization of the time and the coun try. He spoke of Thebes, Athens, Rome, Paris, London and Chicago in this connection. Heart of Opportunity- "When a young man enters a city he enters the heart of opportunity." said Dr. Marquis, lie dwelt on the achievements of young men, and of the work which they are accomplishing, il lustrating by railway, factory, office, postal service, journalistic and other employments. To illustrate what young men have done, he mentioned Bryant, who at 17 wrote Thanatopsis; Napo leon, who at 29 was dictator of Europe; Wesley, when but a young man. laid the foundations of Methodism, and Cal vin, whose work on theology was com pleted when he was yet a youth. He gave the figures for Rock Island. where there are 5,000 young men. Be tween 2,500 and 3.000 of these are em ployed in the factories and offices of the city, doing the work of the city's corporations. Sfmr Police Itrnird.. Contrasted with the opportunities of the city. Dr. Marquis called attention to its temptations, giving the 95 sa loons the greatest prominence as an evil. In connection with the tempta tions of the cityt tbe police records are an index. In thres months 193 youn men were arreste'd in Rock Island, and in Moline in the same time the records show over 200. The saloon and the church were contrasted, it being the purpose of the church to draw the young men from the temptations which exist. The Y. M. C. A. was mentioned as an important and helpful arm of the church, and a power in the city for the assistance of young manhood. ' Loyalty to t-'lntc. In conclusion, the United States flag was thrown on the screen, and Dr. Marquis said, "If the young men were a.s loyal to the banners of Christianity as they are to the stars and stripes. Rock Island could be made a com par ative heaven, and might become a new Jerusalem. It is for the young meu to determine by their actions whether Rock Island is a heaven on earth, or a branch agency of hell." llanHru at V. M. ('. A. At the M. C. A. yesterday after noon the religious work was resumed after the summer vacation, with tho first of a series of important meetings planned for the active membership. Henry Hansen, former secretary of the Elmira. N. Y.. Y. M. C. A., made a help ful address on "The Secret of Success," staling that the essentials of success are work and cooperation with God. He illustrated the necessity of hard work and practical Christianity for the attainment of success. The attendance yesterday was about 25, but the com mittee feels much encouraged over the prospects for the coming season. At yesterday's meeting Miss Mary Yeagcr rendered a vocal solo, with accompani ment by Frank Friestat. Luther l.eagrue at Colles. The rally which was held yesterday afternoon at Augustana by the Luther league, which has been holdiDg its an nual convention in Moline during the past week, was an affair of much in terest to all who attended the enter tainment that had been prepared for their pleasure by the conservatory fa culty aided by the Luther league of the Moline Lutheran church. Dr. Andreen delivered a short address in be half of the college. The most interesting part of the af ternoon's entertainment was an able address delivered by the Rev. Dr. D. H Bauslin, D. D.. of the Wittenberg The ological seminary. His speech was of unusual interest to the Lutheran people as he spoke at length of their church, of its beginning and its marvelous growth and effect on civilization. Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will bo received in the city clerk's office. Rock Island, III., until Monday, Oct. 2. 1905, at 2 o'clock p. m., for a pumping engine for the waterworks department. Specifications on file at the city clerk's office. The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Rock Island. HI., Sept. 12. ls05. H. C. SCHAFFER, City Clerk. Startling Mortality. Statistics show startling mortality, from appendicitis and peritonitis. To prevent and cure these awful diseases, there is just one reliable remedy. Dr. King's New Life Pills. M. Flannery, of 14 Custom House Place, Chicago, says: "They have no equal for con stipation and biliousness. 25c at Hartz & Ullemeyer, druggtits. 'V '' "'!'' ' i"; ' ":f-r-" :!, t IhUcmI VUw mt ' " Haadle Ihowlaf r?l iO it " tl t V- ''Hi Long Lived Tools Keen Kutter qual ity tells in the long life of Keen Kutter Tools as well ss in better work and freater satisfaction, t is not an unusual thing for Keen Kut ter Tools to be passed down from father to son, so long do they last. 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