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inS AEGUS. TnUHSDAT. JtUNE J7, 1901.
Two. Good Things.
At 5.50 an J
307 Twentieth Street
OPEN EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
Originators, Designer and Builder of Shoes,
ana acuera 01 bows ana satisfaction.
Straw hats will be more pop
ular than ever tin year.
All well dressed men will
wear them, and we have just
the one for you. High or
Low Crown, Broad 01 Nar
row Brim, Smooth or Rough
Straw, you choose tho hat,
w guarantee Its quality.
1711 Second Avenue.
Just lie 1 hi
For any function whether
formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice Cream just the
thing. It is a delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enough to bo used on the
greatest occasion and you can
afford it for little home par
ties. Let us have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Try our Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a wlnuer. Don't
forget that we are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery, and confectionery
turns out. Physicians rco
ommend our whole wheat
bread for the sick, why won't
it be good for the healthy P
It is mado by us only
from the Purina Health Flour.
Yours for high grade,
m I jtpgf
1 - '.-')fet
Frank J. Math. ;
Formerly Krell St Math.
Pfctne 1156. 1716-1711 Second ire. I
DAY III THE LEAGUE
Rain Prevents the Third Game in
A STORMY TIME AT EVASSVTLTF.
Player Fined and Ordered Off the
FieldScores of the
riaved. Won Lost. Per Ct
Cedar Rapids U V
HlooinlnRvon. ....... 4t
Davenport 47 2n
Terrednute 4fl 24
Rock Island 44 S.I
Decatur 41 -ii
Rockford 41 W
KvansTllle 45 it
Rock Island at Torre Haute.
Rockford at Evansville.
Davenport at Bloomington.
Celar Rapids at Decatur.
Rock Island's baseball team was de-
nledan opportunity to make it three
straight at Bloomington, yesterday
afternoon's rain storm preventing the
game there. Today the Shamrocks
moved over to Terre Haute, where a
3 -days' session will be held with Bill
There was more trouble yesterday
at Evan6villo as a result of the second
of the series going to Cedar
Rapids. In one inning, with bases
full, Kennedy mado the third out.
'ut Umpire Voris refused to allow it
A home run followed, giving four
runs. Kennedy was fined and put
out of the game for questioning the
d cision. A home run by Roth in the
eighth gave two to fc,vansville. Score:
Evansville 0 0000001 02
Cedar Rapids. 0 2500000 07
Batteries Cochran and Roth, Ash
ton and Weaver; bits Evansville 5,
Cedar Rapids 9; errors Evansville 4,
Cedar Rapids 1.
At Terre Haute.
Torre Haute won the third of the
Ilockford series in au eay manner.
Terre Haute... 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 5 11
Rockford 0 1000000 0 1
Batteries Brown and Starnagle,
Thicry aud Hauford. Hits Terro
Haute 11. Rockford 6. Errors Tcrrc
Haute 2. Rockford 2.
The feature of tho game was tho
worn oi iving at snort, inn maue a
sensational oou-band catch of a high
line drive. Tho visitors outplayed
the locals at the but and on tho field.
Decatur 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Davenport.... 01001131 "7
Batteries Bruce and Rollins,
Boyle and Evers. Hits Decatur
9, Da VCD port 10. Errors Decatur 4.
NotM of the Diamond.
Belden Hill is said to be the quiet
est man in the league. A player an
nounced Monday that he had not
spoken 600 words since the season
opened Kvansville Courier,
Rock Island plays Sunday In Evans
Tho winning streak that the tail
enters have taken has moved tho
baseball writer of the Kvansville
Courier to poetry.
Keccius, the new manager of the
kvansville team, has act down a
bunch of rules that will hold bis play
ers lor awhile. J hey are very much
the same as those enforced by Man
ager Sage, requiring the members of
the team to be in tho "hay" not later
than 11. forbidding any drink
stronger than pop while on duty.
calling far the appearance of the play
ers, while at home, on the diamond
every morning at 10 o'clock for prac
tice, prohibiting gambling, and do-
manding gentlemanly conduct both
on and off the ball field.
The Oeane la General.
'.nionpo, .nine t. inctie rorps on
bnne hall diamond ystprdny wpr
At Brooklyn IMttstmrc 3. Krnoklrn
at New York Cincinnati . New
York C: at Boston St. Louis 3. Boston
Amprlrnn Lcnjrur-: At Washington
rhilfHlrlphla 4. asliinsrton ; at
C leveland Milwaukee 8. Cleveland 5
at Baltimore No jrarae, Boston did
not show up.
estprn Association: At Fort
Wayne Wheeling ?. Knrt Wavrn O; at
Toledo Marlon 1. Toledo 1 tx In
nines forfeited to Toledo!; at Colum
bus Indianapolis 1, Columbus 5; at
Hayton LouMville 3. Dayton 1.
GIVE A SHIRT WAIST BALL.
Colored Folks 8ot tho Paco mt m Uanclng
Party Last Mfht.
The colored folks of the trl-cities
gave a ball at Turner hall last even
ing. It was strictly a shirt waist
affair, the first, by the way, in these!
parts, and that it was a success goes
A TorrlMo Es plosion
'Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully," writes N. K. PolUcr,
of KIrkman. Iowa. "The best doc
tors couldn't boal the running sore
that followed, but Bucklen's Arnica
Salve entirely curod- her." Infallible
for cuts, corns, sores, boil", bruises,
skin diseases and piles. 25 cents at
Hartz & Ullomcyer's.
James Brown, of Putsmoutb, Va.
over yo years of age, suncrea lor
cars with a bad sore on his faco.
Physicians could not help him. Do-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured blm
permanently. B. II. Bieber and
liartz &, Ullemeyer.
HOBOS PLANNING FOR
THEIR ANNUAL MEETING
Local members of the order have
been officially notified that Charles F.
Noe, "head pipe" of the Tourists'
anion, the organization of hobos of
the United States, is dickering with
the village of Three Oiks, Mich. The
head pine" is carrying on a corres-
pondence with the president of the
vmasre boara wmcn will vrobabiv re'
suit in the holding of the annual hobo
I convention in the Michigan village.
which, after receiving the Dewey
cannon and being visited bv Helen
Gould, sighs for more world to con'
The esteemed "head nlno" states
that it is more than likely that Three
uaics win do accorded the muoh cov
eted honor. He will present the mat
ter to Chief Route Ticker Oilman
Fera. of Chicago, and President "On
ion" Cotton, of Danville, and tho tri
nmvirate of tourist oflicials will then
award to the town of the Dewey can'
non tne weary wanes' gathering for
While no great political questions
rill concern the gentlemen of tho
road this year, still the convention
will legislate on matters of import
ance to those soldiers ol fortune who
ftre hardened by traveling by the side-
(door or the brakebeam. Last year
the convention which met at the town
of Britt. Ia.. nominated a national
ticket, Dewey being named for presi
dent and "Filipino" Red for vice
president. Dewey was named for
McKinley's job, because, as the "head
pipe" naivelv puts it, he went with
out a home for 10 years and when ho
got one gave it away.
JUNE WEDDING BELLS:
SEVERAL COUPLES UNITED.
William U. Breed and Miss Einilic
Einfuldt were married at 8 o'clock last
evening at the home of the bridu's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt,
on fourth avenue, Kav. ueorgo 11.
Kaltenbach, of Trinity Episcopal
church, performing the ceremony in
the presence of a l&riro company of
guests. The attendants wero Miss
Elizabeth Earhart and (iudmond
Olson. The decorations wero pink
and white. The costumes of tho
bride and her maid were of white
moushn de soie- Iho couplo will re
side at 1515 Fourth avenue. Mr.
breed is transfer clerk at the Rock
Island road's freight house in this
city, having come here a year fgo
from Minneapolis. Ins bride is a
most tstimablo young ladv, whoee
many friends will wish her joy in her
new Iifd. Iho guests from abroad
were Mrs. James Bostick. Manning-
ton, W. ia ; Mrs. rank 1'ayuu,
Msiuokota. Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. John
Einfeldt and Theodore Einfeldt aud
daughtcis of Andalusia.
llarrv V. Vwlluite and Jennie Bar
clay were united in marrisgd at 4
o'clock yesterday aftcrnoou. The
ceremony was reiloruiel at the
Lmted Presbyterian church by the
pastor, Rev. D. L. McNary.
J bo ruarriago 01 1 rof. Andiov I)
Bodfors, organ instructor at Augus-
tana college, and Miss Alma Wahlbcrg
was celebrated Tuesday evening ai
the homo of tho bride south of Mo-
lino. Rev. C. A. Hemborg, pastor of
the JHoline Swedish Lutheran church,
There wero two weddings In Molino
yesterday Daniel C. Grady and Miss
Josie F. Ross being marrifd in the
morning by Rev. Father Kelly at St.
Mary a church, and Rev. C. A. IIcm
berg uniting Martin w. Burg, of Den
ver, and Miss Jennie Nelson, the cere-
monv occurring at the homo of A. J.
Nelson, 1111 Sixth avenue.
CREAMERY UP IN SMOKE.
Clark Plant Maar gwedooa Destroyed
Clark's creaoiqry, located two miles
south of Swedona. in Mercer county.
was destroyed by fire yesterday. The
dames had their origin from a spark
from the chimney. The plant was
reduced to ashes in 20 minutes after
the fire broke out. The loss on
buildings alone is (3,300. There was
no insurance. 1 he business was con
ducted by a stock company.
Bstm Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis." writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land, of Arm on k, N. Y., "but when
all other romedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this won
derful medicine and today she is per
fectly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible lor coughs and colds.
50 cents and $1 bottles guaranteed
bv liartz & Ullemeyer. Trial bottles
How Malar Cares.
Nature will euro almost anything
if no obstacles come in the way. To
cure sores all that is necessary is to
keep them absolutely clean. I-o-do is
an antiseptic, and applied to a sore of
any kind purities it ana keeps it pure
and nature quickly corrects the
trouble. No family can afford to be
without I-o-do. 25 cents a box. All
Scald head is eczema of the scalp
very severe sometimes, but it can be
cured. Doan's Ointment, quirk and
permanent in its results. At any
drng store. 50 cents.
Into each life some ruins must fall.
Wiso peoplo don't sit down and bawl;
Only fools snicide or take to llight.
Smart people take Rocky Mountain
lea at night.
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
Exercises to Celebrate Closing of
Spring Term at Col
LAKQE AUDIESOE ENJOYS PROGRAM
Higher Branches of Education to I
be Taken Up by Sisters
The closing exercises of St. Mary's
school were hefd la9t evening at Col
umbia hall in tho presence of a large
audience. The program was of a
high older throughout and was thor
oughly appreciated. There wero in-
termissions between the different
numbers, during which refreshments
The first number was a beauti'ully
executed motion sontr and hoop drill
by 30 of tho older girls, with M iss May
Clark as accompanist. rext was a
plav in two acts, entitled
Arts," in which 35 gir.s ptr-
formed. The principal parts were
taken by eight girls, Julia Lsrch rep.
resenting the genius of art; J.Ja flu-
get, architecture; Clara Bruhn, sculp
ture: Mary Mandcl. poetry; Annie
Wich, music; Mairerie Sersig. elocu
tion; Anna Schreiner, painting, and
Olea Herbert, the dance. The whole
was made more impressive uy special
tilva Old Camp Sous.
Another number in German was the
old camp song, Ticfe Nacht R'lht
auf der Erdte," Bung in three parts
bv the young ladies of St Mary a
choir and 28 boys and girls from the
school. This was followed bv a some
what grotesque, but very pretty and
well executed drill by 25 boys of tho
school attired as "dudes," with frock
coats, white trousers and silk hats.
mbcr was the song, '-Good
Night" by the school.
To llave Illfc-h School.
Next autumn a high school will be
opined by the sisters in connection
with the school, ordinary high
school studies will be taught with
particular attention paid to musio.
Two new instructors will be engaged.
one to teach music and the other
the other branches.
EAST MOLINE CITIZENS
DECIDE TO INCORPORATE
Etst Molino is to incorporate after
all. At a meeting Tuesday evening
it was decided to employ a lawyer to
mark out tho proper course to be
pursued in filing tho articles of incor
poration and in completing the in
corporation in a legal way.
Tho committee reported that a can
vass had been mado, anu inside of the
limits which it is proposed to include
in the incorporation there are 3.40 peo
ple, while U0 is the minimum num
ber required by the law.
I he boundary liues nxod on are
outlined as below: Commencing on
the lino of the Grcnell school, run
ning south to the Indian boundary
line, thence cst to Warner's crossing
on the Watcrtown road, thence north
ono and one-eighth miles, thence west
to tho Hampton township line, thence
north to tho Mississippi river, west
along the Mississippi to the road on
which the Grenell school is located.
and south to the school, the place of
Crtsf. Toothsome aod Require do Cook-
A little boy down in North Carolina
asked his mother to write an account
of how Grape-Nuts Food had helped
She says Grape-Nuts was first
brought to ber attention on a visit to
Charlotte, where she visited the mayrr
of that city who was using the food
by the advice of bis physician. She
says "they derive so much good from
it that they never pass a day without
using it. While I was there I used
the food regularly. I gained about
fi flee a pounds and felt so well that
when I returned home I began using
Grape Nuts in the family regularly.
My little 18 months old baby short
ly after being weaned was very ill
with dyspepsia and teething. She
was sick nine weeks and we tried
everything. She became so emaciated
that It was painful to handle her and
we thought wo were going to lose her.
One day a happy thought urged me to
try Grape-Nuts soaked in a little warm
Well it worked like a charm and
she began taking it regularly and im
provement set in at once. She is now
getting well and round and fat as fast
as possible, aod on Grape-Nuts.
Some time ago a number of the
family wero stricken with lagrippe at
the same tiino, and during tho worst
stages wo could not relish anything
in tho shape of food but Grape-Nuts
and oranges; everything else nause
We all appreciate what yonr fa-
mnna Tnnf hi, rtnna 1nr nnr timi r "
If young ladies think sores, pimples
aod rod noses look well with a bridal
veil and orango blotsoms, it's all
rlcht. Yet Rocky Mountain Tea
would drive them away. 35 cents.
IT. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Energy all gone? Headachy? Stom-
ach out of order? Simply a rase of
torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters
'will make a new man or woman of
The Largest and Best Assorted
25 doz. laoies Percales
Wrappers, 12 in flounce,
light waist lining. 98o
values, Black Friday
Ladies' black Mercerized
Undershirts, 14 inch
flounce with extra ruftis,
98c values, Black Friday
15 doz all new Percales
Shirt Waists, 50c and
583 values, Black Friday
sale price .
Bjvs' Blouse Waist made
from best Percales with
large sailor collars, 50o
values, Black Friday
Ladies' muslin Drawers, 3
tucks. good muslin,
Black Friday price .
Price . ,
Ladies'. Misses', and chil
dren's bonnets, all new
goods. Black Friday
prices 25c, 20c and
Mussed and soiled under
wear taken from trim
in windows, value $1 25
and 98c, Black Friday
Odds and ends of batiste
and snramer corset,
values 75c, Black Friday
Ladies' Lawn Dressing
Sacques, all srzes, 75o
values, black Friday
Big job Misses' Tan Hose,
all sizes, I'oj values,
black Friday price. . ..
20 dozen Men's Imported
Fancy and Plain colorod
Sox, 50c values, blaok
Men's Leather Belts, all
sizes, black Friday price
Infants' Bleached Summer
Vests, silk finished, sizes
3. 4, 5, 10c values, black
Packard's Tar Soap, 25o
valua, black Friday prioj
White Rose Soap, 4711, 25c
value, black 1 rid ay price
Kirk's Shaudon Bolls, 15c
value, black Friday price
Jack Rose Soap, 15c value.
black Friday price
Carnation Pink Soap, 10c
value, black Friday price
Sticky Fly Paper, per sheet.
dou ble, black r r iday price
FOIb TDETZE BOYS,
Wc Have Just Received a Shipment of Boys', Youths'-
and Little Misses'
In the newest up-to-date styles. Tho leathers aro Vici Kid.
Velours, Calf and Casco Calf. The best wearing and best fit
ting Boys' shoe in the city.
Central Shoe Store,
iTDBLITlT X.OA.3ST CO,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. ia to
6 p. in., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
The greatest thing for its
size ever constructed.
Speed from four to thirty
miles per hour.
FOR SA1.K BV
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
1 bad four tenth extrsctcii positively painless. T nheerfully recommend to tbe
public that the doctor's anaesthetic Is pe.-Iectly narmiess for elderly people at well
tne young. T O. Kelts. M. 1).
I had six teeth extruded without pain. The doctor Ir very esre f ul n h!s extract!.-,?.
I recommend him hit-Ill- C W. IMnald, 107 Fourth avenue.
lKra t hurt a bit. I bad 15 teeth cstracled absolutely without pain. Mrs. W H.
Wise. 113 Fourteenth street.
I ha cieht teeth crowned with pold and five jrold fllltnjru. A U work was abso
lutely painless. MiF.s Acnes Mcrccudabl. MS Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting 1 bd 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My Runil were not sore at
all. Mrs. Mart n Jaoobson. 4t Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 32-.T Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS. . . ..$2.50 nl cp
Teeth Extracted Free When nates are Ordered. Examination and
v Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Afinai,
Beautiful and Useful.
A cooling and attractive
adornment for n summer
lawn is one of our Automatic
Sprinklers- Turn on the
water it does the rest. The
lawn is better for it, and it
looks well; not a bit expen
sive, but an economical investment.
Opposite Harper House.
1712 Second Avenue.
It is not a question of beating or
taking an advantage of you when you
deal with us. We have a reputation
to sustain, and we prefer to do busi
ness so that it is satisfactory to you.
We loan money on furniture, pianos,
horses, wagons, live stock and other
personal property, quickly, without
publicity or the removal of the prop
erty. Any amount from $10 upwards.
Wc fully exp'ain our terms, so you
may know just how much it will cost
you. We give you plenty of time to
pay and want you to have tho great
est amount of accommodation from
dealing with us. Let us tell you our
are known from one side of
the globe to the other. Where
ever a bicycle is ridden by a
two footed nun there you
will find the Patee Crest
well and favorably known.
These bicycles are built by
the oldest and best makers
Model No. 9, at $25.00 has
never been equalled for the
money, and Patee's Royal
Racer at $40.00 cannot be
surpassed if you paid $100.00
for your wheel. Call and
A. J. i.r.OVD.
The Heated Term.
Why do you roast and fret
and lose your health and tem
per over the kitchen range
when you can keep neat,
cool and comfortable with a
JEWEL GASOLINE STOVE?
Cooking becomes a pleasure
and housework a delight to
the housewife who has one
of our JEWEL GASOLINE
1S21 Second Avenue.