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THE ARGUS, FTJTDAY, 3TABCTI 28," 1902.
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BESTTEAM IN WEST
Indications That Illinois Universi-
. ty Will Do -Up All
FAST PLAYEES TO PICK IE0M
Improvement On the Davenport
According to the r-irts frmn the
various centers :ni interesting inter-
eoih yiate baseball sciisun is . Droui-
i- I the western universities this
- n fi;r- Despite thrs fact, however.
hut one nf the universities arieaitt
to li:ie a team of acknowledged
cla s. 1 li- rare among the rest
houlil ! close. Iltiuoi.'. has a large
number of veterans an. I on aer' at
this time seems to hae a wilk-awv
The Blakslcc Studio
1822 Third Ave. , Telephone 4533.
pr sirs r& ts YYTnryjmmnryY "STfiQ
Gallon Canned goods at
Wholesale Prices for
The Next Ten
Fruit ainl vegetables as follows:
C. W- Horton;
western Imm rs, ami a gooi
in its eastern trip, which ill
2! Twentieth Street
Have become a reoox
nizrl part of tlu; Spring
Festival, and wo Jiavt;
pro pan -l to jiici't an in
Kaster novelties of all des
cription, such, as liabliits
('I lick ens. Baskets, ('lass
i-Miar and Panorama
kfX'Ts, tin; largest assort -inent
ever shown in
a 113- place
lee Cream Ks in Spun
tuar rsest lor your Kast
er pa it 3" is a reat novel
ty Kve ns 3'oiir order
and have the best and
11 nest made
F. J. Matli
Phone 1 156.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Coal's Out Again.
, Do yon want an article
which will burn? Try ,
for cook stoves and you
' will be pleased.
E. B. McKown,
fflneeuih street and First Avenue.
eludes traines with Vale. Harvard
I'rineetoii, I Ynusvlt auin, I'.rown and
Michigan, who has had the liest
claim 011 the championship for the
last two seasons, has lint three vet
erans this year, am? seems destined
to pin its faith entirely upon the
work of its captain-pitcher. I'tley.
I'cports from Ann Arbor are uni
form I v ilark.
ort h western is confident of mak
ing a Wetter showing than usual this
season. I. ut its team is coniposeil
largely of candidates of unknown
aliility 11111I the I'niversitv f Chicaj,
the other Chicago school, is also ail
uuknow 11 quantity.
Wiseoiisin has not lcen a serious
contender for the western champion
ship for several seasons, lint this
year counts 011 a strong nine. al
though, as is the case with practi
cally all the schools save Illinois, it
will hae to develop the team largely
from green material.
Notre Uaine. with a wealth of new
material, counts on its team work
to bring its usual place anionic the
lirst. Purdue has live veterans ami
claims a good outlook, and Imliaua
reports rosy prose(l s of retaining
the championship of the Indiana
schools. Iowa lias thirty candidates
ami looks for an unusually success,
Never In-fore in the history of base
ball at Illinois lias there leen sucn a
wealth of material. Twelve men who
have won their baseball "I" are try
ing for the team, besides a large
11 11 in I M-r of new men. .lake Stah:
will undoubtedly do the catching,
although Antrerly is playinif l'imkI
hall. ('apt. f.indgren and Faulken
burg will 1I0 the hulk of the pitching.
At first base Hill, last year's sub
stitute, and Ashuiore. a new man.
are the leading aspirants. At second
base there are two old men as rivals,
Matthews and Pulton, ami the same
state of affairs at shorttop. where
Parker ami Iliggins are battling for
supremacy. 1'archell. a new man. is
a tliinl base candidate, but lie linn
little show against Stemwcdell.
Cook and PeVclde are sun- of their
outfield positions, but the other far
deu is still open. I!olerts and Hull
aie after the place, but in case Par
er, Matthews or Iliggins rail to mak
"i. id in tin- inticld thev mav Ik- used
is out lieldcrs.
Improvement at Davenport.
Some changes are to Ik made 111
the Davenport baseball grounds bt
fore the season of l'.MCi is oiened
'hey will Ik in the direction and in
terest of improvement, of course
mil it is e.H-ced that they will
make things better for the tentm
ind the spectators. The home plate
is to be moved to a point oppo-yte
the center of the rand stand, from
its old position at one side, xind it is
to be DO feet nearer the stand than
it has been. I his Will put tpe intielil
on the best piece of ground in the
diamond. The small hill that has
marred the contour of the grounds
between home and first bases, will
disapiK-ar. It is to lie cut jiway. the
material used for the. tilling of low
places, and the surface, where it i.to
be fiven tin even and uniform slope.
The grounds will have letter drain
age than they have had. and there
wi'l be no inequalities in them. They
have not Ix-en like a section of the
Had lands, as it is, but they are po-
I to be ln-tter.
I'eorla Team Moon to lie tela I'raotlee.
Manager William Hart, of the Pe
oria Western league team, has ar
rived at Peoria from his home in
I ".ond Hill. ()., and has taken tip n
permanent residence there. He is
highly gratified at the outlook and
has signed fifteen nlavers, who hae
been ordered to report next Wednes
day for practice. Several exhibition
rallies will le played lefore the ojien
injf of the season. The incorporation
papers have lcen forwarlel to
Springfield and are expected back to
morrow. The list of players on the
team is as follows: Pitchers, Hart,
Siminton, Schafstall and Konkalik;
catchers. Smith, Heading, llanford;
infielders, Vaughn, Mahonej", (iilUpan,
Tibald; outfielders, (iraft, Dushane,
Krickson and Maloney.
Educate Your Bowels.
Your bowels can be trained as well
as your muscles or your brain. Cas-
carets Candy Cathartic train your
bowels to do right. . Oenume tablets
stamped C. C. C. Never sold in
bulk. All drucrists, 10c.
AIT the news all the .time The
Daily Argus. '
Mr. and Airs. Arthur (.'umminffs re
joice, iir the arrival of a lo-poiind
daughter at their home on Thir
llrs. Mary Lind, at 1219 Third av
enue! Is prepared to do all kinds of
dressmakings Style, fit and good
workmanship guaranteed. (
Indications point to a nice warm
Kaster day. Come out in a new suit
:id hat. Clothi'ig purchasers will
save money by trailing .it I'llemeyer
Miss .1 11 list I'.attles has returned
from Chicago, where she has spent
the past week in attending the expo
sition of the latest importations in
"The Church and the Christian
Life" will be .the subject treated by
flev. D. I.. .McNary at the j.'or pel
riieetmg at the 1 nited Presbyterian
church this even'mr.
Don't waste time- and im.ney on
heap seeds.' lluy your garden blue
grasV. and white cliver seed at Kusch-
uiaun:; and you know that, your
gardening will be a success.
Funeral services over 1 he late Mrs.
Alice McCarthy were held 'this morn
ing at St. Joseph's church. IJev.
Thomas Mackin officiating. Inter
ment was at Calvary cemetery.
Storm Drain McCaskrin made any
number of curbstone speeches in the
Fourth ward last night in his at
tempt to explain his philanthropic
effort to separate the city from
Judge Adams officiated at two
weldings at the court house yester
day afternoon, tin' couples being
James M. Post en. of Moline. and Miss
Ida Cilgi-shau-eii. of Hampton, and
Joachim Stoltetibnrg and Miss M.ig
daleiia Jacohsou, of Daw-nport.
The mother, sisters and brother of
the late William J. Zeis wish to pul
licly .express their gratitude to all
those who showed them kindnesses
during . their bereavement, and es
pecially are they thankful to Pastor
Mcnnicke and those who sent flora I
A divorce mit has 1m-cii filed by
Mrs. Kugeni Von Lake, of this city.
who alleges that her husband. Ange-
bsh Von bake, to whom she was quar
ried in South Dend. Ind.. in ls'.C, has
been guilty of cruelty an. I drunken
ness. .Mclaskrin V .mcv asKiin are
the plaintiffs attorneys.
A horse belonging to I '.art let t I'.ros.
indulged in a lively spurt this morn
ing, starting from tin- t .. K. I. V IV
freight depot, where it had been left
standing by one of the employes. A
train backing down behind it was
the cause of its frightT Only slight
damage was done to the outfit.
The ""cranium club, composed of
colored women, gave a ball at Turn
er hall last evening at which the
duky holies and gentlemen of the
three cities were out in force. Al
though the affair had been advertis
ed as one of the hard times order,
none of the participants failed to
apcar in their best bib and tucker.
Wishing to ipiickly dispose of what
evaporated fruits we have in stock
we ofTer you jHinnds of good Cali
fornia prunes for 2."i cents. 2 pounds
of large California eaclics tor
cents, 2 pounds of best apricots for
2." cents, large jniy raisins. 3 pounds
for 2.1 cents, cleaned currants, big
Wlckage U cents, choice figs 1 cents
per iMiund jKickagc. KuschinannV
grocery, "phone 122S.
WILL BRING STAFF
Gov. Van Sant Formally Accept
Invitation to Grand Army
TO ACCOMPANY GOV. CUMMINS
John Olilweiler Choaen Marshal of
the Pig Pa
' - . rade.
tiov. ham van Sant. of the state
of Minnesota, was heard from yes
terday afternoon by C. J. Searli
cliairman 111 the invitation committer
or 1 ue ii. k. encampment. 111 re
gard t his presence in this city 01
that occasion. Jle accepted the invi
tat 1011 and announced that he would
lie accompanied by at least a part
he; stall". He expects to at I end the
vtate encampment it Des Moines
during the same week and will come
from that citv to I'ock Island in
company with tiov. Cummins
Olilweiler Selected fur Mamhu!.
.l a meeting or llie .. K. .1-
campmcut parade committee held at
Ihe office of Sheriff Cralle yesterda
aiicruoon .101111 miiweiier was cli;s-
en ns marshal of the day to lend the
grand militarv parade on tin- second
day of the encampment.
!. you see those turtle doves
Walking along the street yonder.
Milh their lu:;ds together.
on. those! I thought.. 1 he.y were a
111:111 and a woman.
They will be that some day
What are turtle doves?
Sweethearts, in the vernacular of
the scoffing vulgar.
And what are sweethearts?
A yoiith:ind a maid who are in love
What do you mean by "in love?"
. comlitioii of minute ecstacv ex
perienced by Unite beings.
How can finite beings experience
I'.y being in love.
I do not mean that. How can the
finite comprehend the iritinitc?
Then how do these meet your defi
11 if ion ?
1 liev tirmlv lielieve that then
. lladdick. of Sherrard. and
Pryce. of Coal Valley, were
lit high noon yesterday at
of Kev. W. 15. McKee. on
Forty-second treet. a small party
of friends and relatives of the Con
tracting parties being present. Dur
ing the afternoon the couple were
driven to Sherrard. where a rece-
tion in their honor was given. The
bride is the daughter of J. J. Pryce.
of Coal Valley. For some time she
has been employed as teacher in the
schools of the county. The groom
lohles a resimnsible position with' the Idyll' turn
be 110 earthly bliss comparable,
theirs at this supreme moment.
Then they live in a condition of
unite iiliss.' 1
1 1 amounts to that.
Whv do thev keep their heals
dose together as-they talk?.
liccausc their hearts are so.
And they are afraid somebody will
know their wonderful secret?
Who is the youth?
The maiden thinks he is the onlv
111:111 on earth.
Who is the maiden?
The youth knows that she is the
loveliest being that ever breathed
the breath of life and he worships the
ground she walks on.
Do thev tell each other so?
Over and over sind over and over
an. over and over again, and again
and yet again.
Doesn't that make the conversation
rather limited? .
Not at all: that's where the infinity
of the whole thing comes in.
Cut doesn't it grow monotonous?
Are thev talking about it now, do
Well, it's safe to bet they are not
talking about housekeeping and cooks
ond. rent and the price of groceries
and coal bills and hard times and
small wages and babv wagons and
things like that.
This is not the time for that.
"IVhat time is this?
Oh. yes; ni d courtship time is the
5,438 ARE REGISTERED
; FOR TUESDAY'S ELECTION
The total registration in the citv
for next - Tuesday's election is r.4.'i8,
Hy precincts it is as follows:
First -ward First precinct, !i!S;
second precinct, 2S0.
Second ward First
second precinct, 41(1.
Third ward First
219. ' '
Fourth ward First
second precinct, 3U,
Fifth ward First
second precinct, 2s.
Sixth ward First
second pree-mct ::2S.
Seventh wartl First precinct. 37.;
second precinct, 3H: third precinct
SONS OP VETERANS' FIRST
:. MILITARY BALL FINE AFFAIR
The first annual grand military
ill given under the auspices of II.
. Cleaveland camp. Sons of Yeter-
aus. wns lu l l last evening at Armorv
hall. It proved a gorgeous affair
ind a success in every particular,
l'he attendance numbered about 1 .")."
The hall was decorated with flags
ind bunting and palriolie devices.
including the emblems of the Sons of
Veterans and the Ladies" Aid society.
till the walls were hidden. The ros
trum at the south end of the hall
was set with Hags and instruments
f war surrounding the pictures of
Abraham Lincoln and other famous
Americans, while above it the letters
.N. . blazed forth 111 incandescent
Hlencr's full orchestra was sfa
ioued in the southwest corner of the
room ami furnished the music to
which the program was carried out.
l'he lirst number was a grand inarch
led bv Star Canton of the Patriarchs
Militant, in full uniform, and follow-
d by uniformed members of Com
pany A and the .ayl l;eseres nil I
iv ('apt. John llinek and staff in uni-
nrin, Jill with their ladies.
During the evening the buglers of
the two militarv organizations sound-
the calls. The ball ended at 2:3
111., The committees in charge of
the ball were:
kert. V.. u. Kevnolds.
orporal Sam Willis.
Keeept ion Ca pt
tsi cii!S'Si S
IfREE! With eaLch boys suitl
I WTEDDY Jr."
From the Famous "Twentieth Century T Line.
to Its phe
nomenal selling qual
ities. A most
ev. 1 1 rac live
of view or
speaks for its tailoring. THERE
IS NONE BETTER.
We are showing the "TEDDY
Jr." exclusively in many fabrics
Puzzle of the
age. : :
Get Off the
Our first Spring
Display of Bvrs
5 VVacists, Neckwear xrd Hosiery.
t. O. C. Her
Sa ill li verson.
. II." ( line.
YY. t). Talbot.
L. I-. I leiiien way. Co
K. L. 'fubbs. I:.' I. X.
eislick. II. .. weld.
dm I'inck. ("apt.
A.: Lieut. Com.
M.: Kalph liav-
i:. i:. Ke.vnold-
II. Lidders. II. II. Cleaveland. J
Morton. C. J. Searle. S. K. Keuworth.v
U V. Cralle. i:. II. Stafford. Dr. 1'.. M
Invitation Sergt. Sam ISycrsoii. a:
sisteil nv 1 lie memners.
Kloor Sergt. Willis Mitchell. I'ran
Skinner. A. C. I'dair, I.. . Schoedi
l David. Charles Willis. J. J
Masliu. ' rIlE
Pay Rent op 9
lA M. I
Home Co-Operative Co.
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish you the money to pay off
your mortgage or buy a homo in any
locality, and give von 10 years and S
months to pay it back at the rate
Coal Valley Mining company nt
Sherrard and is accounted one of the
most promising young men in that
vicinity. The good wishes of many
friends in both Kock Island and
Henry counties attend Mr. find Mrs.
lladdick in their new relation.
Danrrr of Colill Bud !. Crlppw.
The greatest danger from colds andJtHe old fools are the biggest f
la grippe IS meir renvoi oin in mr.
1 1 ... . 1
uionia. II reasonauie care is ru,
however, and Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is taken, all danger will be
avoided. Among the tens of thous
ands who have used this remedy for
these diseases, we have yet to learn
of n single case having resulted in
pneumonia, which shows conclusively
that it is a certain preventive of that
dangerous malady. It , will cure a
cold or an atlack of la griype in less
time than' any other treatment. ,11
is pleasant and safe to take, or
sale by all druggists.
Worse Than a Blow
From a hard fist is the buffet of cold
wind upon a pair of improperly pro
tected lungs. A few minutes expos-
It is a fairv tale.
Does it come to all?
If it didn't life wouldn't be worth
Then it must be a gKd thing?
The lest that ever hapened.
Is this infinite joy we are talking
ebout a blessing of youth only?
Xay, nay, Pauline: thev sav that
Is this bliss, then, so foolish?
Cvnics sav so.
They say it is .not liorne out by the
How long does the beatific state of
courtship continue'.' . ,
I said, "Until marriage."
And does that end It?
Well, when you have run yourself
out. of breath to catch a street" car
nnd catch it, you ilon't run any furih
er, do you? W. J. L. in X. Y. Herald.
How to Care the Grip.
TJeniain quietly at home and take
ure to cold may be the beginning of Chamberlain's Cough ISemedy as di
consumption. Lose neither time nor rected and a quick recovery is sure to
. a a, rrl . , .
courage. roriuy yourseit againni lunuw, mui remeuy coumerucm
pulmonary troubles, incjuding con- any tendency of the grip to result in
sumption, with Allen's Lung Balsam, pneumonia, which is really the only
few doses will loosen the cough serious clanger. Among the tens 01
and enable you to get rid of the
phlegm that produces it. Cure , soon
Croup instantly relieved. Dr. Thorn-
as j-jciectric un. jrenccny air.
Never fails. At any drug store. '
thousands who have 'used it for the
grip, not one case nas ever been re
ported that did not recover. For sale
by all druggists.
All the news
all the timeThe
$5 35 PER MONTH
In case of death or total disability
clear deed will be given. Strictest in
vest igat ion courted.
Organized May IT. 1001. Over $7,
0X10,000 business done. We ore now
on rating in 20 different states. All
officers handling monev are bonded
in the I'. S. Fidelity ami tiuaranty
Co. l'lans and procedure copyright
ed. There are imitators springing
up wlu are infringing. Don't be mis
Ilrtnrh Office: Math llnllilliiK, over 1710
Second Avenue, Itork Inlaud, III.
Office hours S a. m. to S p. 111. Sun
days, 1! p. m. to 6 p. m.
W. A. BRIGGS, Manager.
E-tate of H. II Lohie. deceased.
The undernlirned Having been appointed ex
ecutrix 01 me lust win ana let anient or ii
II. LiOUse,. late of the couuty of Hoctc Island.
.ate or lliino'S. aeceaxea. nereDy mvrtt notice
that khe will appear before the county eiurt of
hook li ana o unty, at the eoun'v court room
la the city of nook found, at the May term
on the nm Monday In May next, at
which time ail persona hating claims ura nst
satil estate are notified and reunestcd to at
tend tor tne purpose or navinir tne same ao.'
jutted All peraons Indebted to antd eitate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated this lhth day or March. A U. 1902
Katherinb Lohsb. Kxeeutrlx
Jackson & Burst. Attorneys.
State of Illinois, t
Rock island c-ounty. (
In the Circuit Court la Chancery.
The Homo Building and Loan Association of
Mary Jane Murray and William IL Murray.
No -)tSl Foreclosure.
Notice's hereby elven that by virtue of a
Decree or said court, entered in the above
entitled cause, on the 8th day f February a:
D.1W02.I shal. on Saturday. th 22nd day of
March. A.il, ltfOi, at the hour of Two o'clock
la the afternoon, at the Kast Door of the
Court House, in the t 1 y of ock 1-land. in
the County of Kock Island, and State of Illi
nois aforesaid to satisfy said Decree, sell at
Publla Vendue to the blithest bidder, for eatn
la bund, that certain parcel of land situate In
the County of Rock Island and State of 1 111
nolv known and described as follows, to-wit:
The East Ninety (VO) feet of Lots No. One
HI and Two (t) la Block No. Two ) la Csa-
First Addition to thn City of Moline.'
Dated at Bock Island. Illinois, 10U 21st day or
F ebruary, a. d., irz
WaLTtB J. FNTRIKIN.
Master In Ctaacery, Bock Island County, Illi
Jackson A Hunt, Complainants Solicitor
We want to supply yon money. How
much do you want V We want you to
repay it on terms agreeable to you.
What will they be? We know we can
come together on the terms and the
amount if we can lalk it over with you.
It's only a matter of dollars and cents
and we will tell you just how much it
will be. We will tell you the most it
can cost you for any certain time and
you can make it less at your option.
Wo arrange these loans by taking a
lien on your furniture, piano, horses,
wagons and other personal property,
which is not removed from your pos
session. The transaction is a confi
dent ial one and is strictly legitimate .
You'll lind us worthy of your conli
dciice if you will investigate our
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell fe Ijj-nde l"lndr, Koom ::s. otllcv hours 8. a. m. to
t p. ui., unci Wednesday and Saturday Evenings. Tel. 1514.
Springtime and House Cleaning is Upon Us.
Look over the
you can get here
list and see what
Furniture I'oll-tli. Molli Itallit. ltorax.
Insert I'ouoVr, Sp.miri'K. Ammonia.
I lido iv ItriiHhfK anil Cleaiicnt,
I'liamolH Skins, (IwiKu uiiulir.
Faints in large and small cans for
every purpose. Faint brushes of ev
ery description. Varnish stains for
renewing your old furniture. F.nam
els for wood work, iron work, stove
pipe, water boilers and bath tubs.
(iold and silver broninsr. alabasline.
liquid floor granite for floors and oil
cloth, Jlutchers Jt Johnson's floor
wax for polishing floors. ete.v Prices
the lowest, quality foremost. Come
in anil let us show vuu.
HARTZ fa ULLEMEYER. Prescription Druggists.
WALL PAPER. BUYERS
A complete line of wall paper in the latest designs, 1-oth in for
eign and domestic papers. An examination of goods and prices
will convince you to take advantage of goods. Full iinuof paints,
oils and glass. F.stimates furnished on all kinds of paintLpg and
P. J. LEE,
1429. 1431. 2nd Ave.
Opposite Court House.
DURING MARCH AND APRIL
The Rate from. Tri-Cities Will Be :
$31.00 TO CALIFORNIA
$30.00 TO OREGON
' VIA ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
Dozily Tovirist Coo- To
LOS ANGELES, SAN JOSE AND SAN FRANCISCO Via
' v el Paso short line
(Personally Conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays.)
Personally Conducted' Tourist Cars to California and Oregon
via Colorado and Scenic Line, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
RATE FOR DOUBLE BERTH 96.00
Low One Way Rate to Other Western Points.
For tickets, reservation, etc., call on or telephone C, R. I. & P.
R. K. Agents at D.tvenoort, Rock Island or Moline.