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TIIE AlteUS, Til U US DAY, JUNE 2G, 1902.
All Btjles and sizes.
The Blakslee Studio
1822 Third avenue. Telephone 4533.
is clean, well ripened, seasonable
fruit just now it's berries.
Here's where we help both you
and the doctor, for we have the
finest rasplerries, gooseberries
and currants you ever saw to
make your mouth water and
.give you a letter liver and clean
er conscience. The prices are
disgracefully low, quality con
sidered. V:J. MOELLER,
'Phone 121o. 2030 Fifth Avenue.
You'll like our Bakery pro
ducts - They're as good as they
look, and that's pretty
nearly perfection. Some say
they are perfect. Anyway,
ve know you'll like' them
as much as others have
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only pure, wholesome arti
Our Ice Cream, Ices,
Candies, everything we han
dle, is according to the
Mat h'e Confectionery, Bakery
lfialll Sand Ice Cream
Establishment. Phone 1156.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
r Ice Cream X
Soda 5 Cents
X sx Glass X
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COIN'S PALACE OF
1810 2d Ave. 4th and Brady.
X KOCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT.
Donnelly's Players Victorious in
Closing Contest in Evans
GRAHAM AGAIN ON THE BLAB
Team Comes Home Tor an Engage
ment, Meeting Cedar
I W. L. Pet.
Kockford ...51 32 11) .627
Cedar Kit puis 49 27 22 .531
Terre Haute 51 27 24 .520
Hock Island 48 24 21 .500
Kvansvillc 53 26 27 .491
I)h veil port 31 21 27 .471
liloomington ..52 24 2S .462
Decatur 53 20 33 .377
.Davenport. 9; Decatur, 6.
Cedar Hapids, 3; Terre Haute, 1.
Hock Island, 10; Kvansvillc, 5.
U'.oomiug-ton. 8; Hockford, 6.
Cedar Rapids at Hock Inland.
Davenport at Hockford.
Uloomington at Terre Haute.
Decatur at Kvansvillc
I'eachie" (iraham pitched Rock
Inland to victory again jesterday,
holding tlie hard-hit tiny Kvansvillc
team down to nine safeties, and hav
ing to his credit two of the 14 hits
made by the Donnellyites
Hock Island played snappy Itall all
through. O'Hourke vas out of the
game, Williams covering first, Con
well going behind the bat and Smith
to riirlit field. Score:
kva.wsvilij: r. h. p. a. k
tjuinn. 2b O 0 3 a 1
lawrence, cf O (
H.lTman. 3b 2 2
Seisler, rf 0 0
O'Connell, lb 1 2
Heading, c 1 2
I'dlchow, If 1
Koert, ss O
Hiircln ll. p n
0 0 0 0 0
5 ! 27 13 4
H. II. P. A. K
Shelton, 31) ,
Wilkinson, If ....
Williams, lb .....
Totals 10 14 27 10 3
I5ttod for I'.urcliell in ninth.
Kvansvillc 0 O O 4 O O 0 1 0 5
Hock Island 4 O 3 1 0 1 O 0 1 10
Two-base hits Kbert, O'Connell,
Wilkinson f2). Donnelly. Smith. Stol
en bases l'olchow (2), Shelton. (Jra-
ham. Miller. Struck wit Hy Rurch
HI. 1; by (iraham, 1. Hit by pitcher
Shelton. Williams. Double plays
Klwrt to Quinn to O'Connell. Hill to
Williams. Umpire Hickey.
. Decatur 6. Davenport O.
Decatur, June 20. Decatur could
not hit the ball when hits meant
Decatur 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 00
Davenport 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 4 09
Hits Decatur, 12; Davenport, 11.
Krrors Decatur, 4; Davenport, 1.
Latteries Dorner and Krebs;
Tliomao. Stauffers and Kvers.
Bloomlngton 8, Hockford 0.
Rloomington, June 20. Illooming
ton yesterday won the third consecu
tive victory over the leaders. Score:
Rloomington 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 5, 8
Hockford 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 00
Hits Rloomington, 8; Hockford. 13.
Krrors Rloomington, 2; Hockford,
Batteries Smith, Rishop and Belt;
(Iraham and Thiery.
Cedar Rapid 3. Terre Haute 1.
Terre Haute, June 20. Hill's men
made it three" straight. Score:
Terre Haute 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Cedar Hapids 0 000 1020 03
Hits Terre Haute. 2; Cedar Hap
Krrors Terre Haute, 1; Cedar Hap
Batteries Simonton and Starna-
gle; McFarland and Weaver.
Donnelly WelL IMeax d.
The Hock Island aggregation re
turned from the trip south this morn
ing over the Peoria road. Manager
Donnelly stated that there had been
no changes in the team with the ex
ception of the exchange of Vickers
for Wilkinson, which was made at
Terre Haute. O'Hourke was out of
the game yesterday on account of
having his linger hurt and will be off
a few days. The manager expressed
himself as highly pleased with the
showing that Graham has been mak
ing in the box, and predicted that he
will become one of the best pitchers
in the league if he continues to thow
his present form. He will play in
right field until O'Hourke get back
in the game. Wright, who has been
out of the race bo long on account of
neuritis, now feels that he is able to
play ball, and he will be put back at
Caffryn, the - Peoria amateur, is
making good with Uloomington.
Kinlock was taken back .when he
signed a clause against the booze.
t'ruby, who deserted the Bloomers
after signing a contract to play, is in
the eaut and a protest will be filed
Jack O'Connell, Kvansville a . first
baseman, is a dentist with a diploma.
He played second base with McUraw
at Baltimore In 1891. In 1892 he was
with the All America team in Cuba.
Shurtstop King, who has been re
leasrd by Rloomington, has signe.l
with the Peoria team of the Western
Birmingham, Davenport's first base
man last year, who has been captain
of the Sacramento team in the Cali
fornia league has been released. It is
claimed that his team lost fourteen
straight games, for which he was
obliged to walk the plank. The Dav
enport fans are now awaiting to hear
the intelligence that he has been
signed by the Davenport manage
ment. Decatur Heview.
Manager Walters, of the Terre
Haute baseball association, has ask
ed for his release as manager, but is
willing to fill out his contract as
second baseman. He is credited with
saying that he wants ,to resign as
manager because the "knockers" de
moralize the players. He himself is
popular, playing n fast game, but he
objects to the treatment the men re
ceive. The management has not as
yet accepted his resignation, but he
persists that it shall be accepted.
Pitcher Vickers, f Terre Haute,
and Shortstop Hill, of Hock Island,
had an altercation in front of the
Filheck hotel Saturday night. There
had been bad feeling between the
two players for some time which
was one of the reasons the Hock Isl
and management traded Vickers to
Terre Haute. Terre Haute Gazette.
Umpire Collins will not permit any
rooting from the players benches.
He laid down tlu? law to the visitors
in the second inning and thereafter
they were silent. Decatur Herald.
Hock Island broke even in the num
ber of games won and lost on the
trip a showing that should please
followers of the game. , Few teams
make a better record. , .Now if we
can get a winning gait on the home
grounds, the movement toward the
top of the percentage column will be
President Sexton has refused the
request to transfer the series sched
uled between Davenport him! Hock
ford, opening tomorrow, from Xicol's
town to the city across the river,
sustaining the objection registered
by President J. F. M linger to hav
ing both the local and Davenport
teams at home any oftener than nec
essary except when playing togeth
er. Hence. Davenport opens at Hock
Hock Island and Cedar Hnpids are
playing a postponed game at the
Twelfth street part this afternoon.
Cedar Hapids is to be here tomorrow,
Saturday and Sunday also.
Chicago, June -. Base ball Ir.bi rs
yesterday roduced t'.ie. following re
League: At Boston-r-Brooklyn ."5.
Boston 4: at St. Louis Cincinnati
St.' lunula ; at Philadelphia New
York 1, Philadelphia a: at Chicago
American: At Baltimore Philadel
phia 8, Baltimore ti: at Wushiuuten
Boston a, Washington 4; at Cleveland
Association: At Louisville Minne
apolis 1. Iiulsvllle T: at Toledo, Indi
anapolis and Columbus Halu.
Western: At Kansas City Denver
O, Kansas City a: at St. Joseph Colo
rado Springs 1, St. Joseph 0; at Peo
ria Omaha 4. Peoria .
The Tucson club held another of its
plvasant series of dancintr parties at
Black Hawk Inn last evening.
The annual picnic of the Sunday
school of the United Presbyterian
church at Prospect park was held to
day. The little folks in charge of
their teachers and some of the older
members of the church, took cars at
Fifteenth street and Second avenue
at 9:30 and went to spend the day
picnicking in the old-fashioned way.
The F. C. B. Hub at its last meet
ing. Held at the watch lower, de
cided to have its second outing at
Prospect park July 3.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Skin
ner and .Sir. and .Mrs. t. i
Skinner, of Moline, wish to an
nounce to friends receiving imita
tions for Friday evening, that owing
to the inclemency of the weather the
party will be held at Skinner hall in
stead of at the residence
The Alumni association of the Rey
nolds high school held its annual re
union and banquet at the opera hall
in the village last evening. Seventy-
five plates were laid and a big time
was had. Guy V. Tettit was master
of ceremonies and filled the position
to a queen's taste. Among those who
responded to toasts were fS. W.
Mumev, Guv Wheaton, J. M. Cozad
and County Superintendent S. J. Fer
guson. Saved From an Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I had consump
tion," writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of
Chambereburg, Pa., "I was so low af
ter six months of severe sickness,
caused by hay fever and asthma, that
few thought I could get well, but I
learned of the marvelous merit of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, used it, and was completely
cured." For desperate throat and
lung diseases it is the safest cure in
the world, and is infallible for
coughs, colds and bronchial affec
tions. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.
Trial bottles free at Ilartz & Ulle
meyer. Hundreds of lives saved every year
by having Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil
in the house just when it is needed.
Cures croup, heals burns, cuts,
wounds of every sort.
IS A CLEAN SWEEP
City Asked to Vacate Entire Prop
erty Occupied by D., R.
I. & N. VV. Depots.
Public Pails to Grasp Its Import
Expressions of Sur
prise. The Argus is informed hy the at
torneys for Capt. J. M. Beardsley in
the formal demand made to the city
officials for the vacation of the land
now held by the D., P. 1. X. W. road
fronting the old town, that the west
line of Last Seventeenth street is
meant in the instrument, instead of
the west line of West Seventeenth
street, and the entire property of the
road, including both passenger ami
freight depots, is therefore covered.
This renders the appearance of the
demand the more unreasonable, and
by some it is regarded almost as
preposterous. On all sides are
heard expressions of surprise
that such a course should
be taken now, after the road carried
out practically all of its originul
promises to the city. Manj- still fail
to grasp the import of the demand
made, and when its full scope is un
derstood there will undoubtedly be
still further evidences of disapproval.
1'ubttc Fall to Comprrliend.
The public fails to comprehend
what possible good can come through
carrying out the plan contemplated
at least so far us it applies to the
depot property. It would be difticult
to make that portion of the river
front accessible for levee purposes,
unless at least the till as well as the
buildings be removed.
HOME IMPROVEMENT PEIZES
TO BE COMPETED FOE
1. Best lawn including boulevard
First prize, loving cup; second prize,
2. Best vine-covered fence First
prize, almond dish; second prize,
3. Best porch garden First prize,
silver purse; second prize, bonbon
4. Pest window box First prize,
half dozen teaspoons; second "prize.
cold meat fork.
5. Best display of porch vines
First prize, two napkin rings; second
prize, bonbon spoon.
6. Best flower concealed alley
fence First prize, bonbon dish; sec
ond prize, cream ladle.
7. Best vine-covered shed First
prize, half dozen teaspoons; second
prize, compote spoon.
8. ' Pest vine-covere'd' alley fence
First prize, half dozen teaspoons; sec
ond prize, olive fork.
1. Best flower ornamented boule
vard First prize, half dozen tea
spoons: second prize, pie knife.
10. P.est cenerul flower beds
First prize, half dozen teaspoons;
second prize, salad fork and sardine
11. Best bed of foliage plants
First prize, half doen teaspoons;
second prize, almond spoon.
12. Best display of caniias First
prize, candlestick; second prize, meat
13. Best kept back yard First
prize, teaspoons; second prize, butter
Tarty Hark From North.
Miss Sue Denkmami and her
guests. Miss Grace Huntoon, Moline;
Miss Mav islanding. Hock Island; Miss
Huth Willis, Waban, Mass.; Miss
Anna Heimers, Kvanston, III, and
Miss Lois Toinus, Stillwater, Minn.
the latter two joining the party at
Minneiska, Minn. arrived from the
north this morning on the steamer
F. Weyerhaeuser. The boat brought
one raft to Sand Prairie from West
Newton and went back for another,
half of which was laid up en route
down, and the other half brought to
Hock island. The river is falling in
the north very rapidly and it will be
necessary soon to resort to the slow
process of double-tripping the narrow-
New Variety of Raspberries.
George Settle, proprietor of the
Hope fruit farm southeast of Milan,
has presented to Hess Brothers, the
grocers, a spray of raspberry plants
taken from a patch of a new variety
of the fruit that he has propagated.
The sample is loaded down with rich
clusters of berries, some ripe anil
others turning. They are black c;(ps
and larger and sweeter than the or
dinary black raspberry. Mr. Settle
has named the new variety the Illi
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
cays. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
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first dose greatly benefits. 75o and
$1. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue. Pock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
"C" With a Tail.
The "C" with a tail is the trade
mark of Cascarets Candy Cathartic.
Look for it on the light blue enameled
metal 'box! Each tablet stamped
C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All
COUPLE IN HASP LUCK
Tbetr New Home Burned Jot After They
Kokoruo. Ind., June 2u. Howard
Dixon and Miss Lena Hart, who were
recently married, learned at the rail
road station,-just as they were leav
ing on their wedding trip, that their
home, which had been built and fur
nished by tbem, west of here, had
burned to the ground. The trip was
Iostponed and Mr. and Mrs. Dixon
returned, to And the home which they
had spent many hours planning, was
a mass of smoldering ashes. Dixon Is
a young farmer and he and his bride
have lived in the neighborhood since
-Vyear apro they began preparing for
their wedding, and the cozy home in
which they were to spend their honey
moon was built and furnished. No
cause is known for the tire. When
the bride and bridegroom left in the
morning there was no tire around the
premises. The only theory is that the
destruction was the work of an incen
diary. Several stories of rejected lov
ers, who are jealous of Dixon's hap
piness, are heard in the neighljorhood.
Kztra Session Talk in Ohio.
Columbus. ()., June i. As a result
of the decision of the Ohio supreme
court declarnig unconstitutional the
county officers' salary acts, state offi
cials are discussing the probability of
an extra session of the legislature.
Governor Xash is at Gambler and
could not be Interviewed, but other
officials are considering the matter iu
all its phases.
Death of Mm, Ilrush.
Cleveland, .Iniu'-!i. Mrs. Charles V.
Brush, wife of the eminent electrician
and inventor of the Brush electric
light, died at the family residence.
1X.' Kuelid avenue, yesterday, as the
result of anattackof malarial-fever. At
her bedside at the time of her death
were her husband, two daughters
and a son.
Bay City, Mich., June ''i;. The post-
office at Carrolltou, ten miles south of
Bay City, on the Interuiban Klectiie
railway, was forced open by burglars.
who carried off all the stamps and u
small quantity of change.
Children Killed by l Street Cur.
Milwaukee. June i. Arvy and Hil
ber Kimmerinan. nged i; and ! years,
were instantly killed by an electric
ear at the Fifty-fourth street crossing
In the town of '"Wauwatosa. The boys
were playing on the track and ilid not
notice the approach of the train. They
were sons of Philip Kimmernian. who
lives at Fifty-fifth street and Grand
Assaulted by a Mlarrcmil.
Yineeniies. Ind.. June -t. .Mrs. Wil
liam Moore, wife of the mail carrier
between Decker and Bed Cloud, while
making the trip between the two
points for her husband, who was sick.
was assaulted by a strange white man.
She succeeded in escaping from him.
nor. however, until he had torn from
her most of her clothing.
Yates Honors an Iowa Itcqiilsltlun.
Springfield. Ills.. June Governor
Yates lias honored a requisition from
Governor Cummins, of Iowa, for the
extradition of J. W. Laswell. wanted
in Fort Madison on the charge of bor
rowing ?2.(X from the Lee County
Savings bu'ik with it'tcnt to defraud
the bank. He Is under arrest in Carth
age, Hancock county.
Flndlamlers Are D ingf ram Fighter.
Hurley. Win.. June L"i. In a tight
between half a dozen Philander near
the t'eutrul theater Jacob Mendola
shot and fatally wounded a man whose
name Is unknown. Mendola fled to
the woods, but was captured and
lodged in jail. The Finns came from
lie Drank lllmseirtn Urath.
LaCrossse. Wis.. June Fidel
Kneifel. of New Burgh Corners, twen
ty miles south of here, is dead, the re
sult of drinking a pail and a half of
water. Kneifel. who was years old.
fell from a barn some time ago and
afterward he displayed queer enties at
Lead Ore In Illinois.
Alto Pass., Ills.. June '2. Kentucky
prospectors, headed by James Henry.
of Marion, have discovered lead ore on
land leased from Calvin Carter, five
miles west of this town. They have
sent 2r0 pounds of the ore away to be
assayed. They got out one chunk
weighing nearly l.V) pounds, which is
thought to be about W per cent. pure.
The prospectors also found traces of
silver and gold.
United Norwegian Lutherans.
Minneapolis. June "f. The United
Xorweglau Lutheran conference yes
terday discussed a proposal to build a
memorial chapel at St. Olaf college.
Xorthfield, Minn., to its last president.
Rev. Gjermun1 Hoy me, but decided to
wait the appropriations V-ommittee re
port before definitely entering upon
Chlcag-o Man 'VtVds 'M iss Otis.
Rochester, X. Y., June 120. The mar
riage of Miss Marj Louise Otis, daugh
ter of General and Mrs. Klwell Otis.
to Ralph Isham. of Chicago, was sol
emnized at Trinity Kpiscopal church
by Ht. Rev. W. D. Walker, bishop of
western Xew York, assisted by Rev.
Edward M. Parrett, rector of the
lie Worried Himself to Irath.
Leavenworth, Kan., June 20. An
unknown man, evidently temporarily
insane from worrying over King Ed
ward's condition, jumped from a bridge
over the Missouri river here yesterday
and was drowned. Just before making
the leap he inquired about the condi
tion of the king.
Eccentric Man Suicides.
Rurlington, la., June 2S. Joseph
Melcher, an eccentric character aged
TO, hanged himself at his home. He
had been In ill health for several years
and became discouraged.
The Beat Coarn Medicine.
sell more of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy than of all similar prepar
ations put together and it gives the
best satisfaction of any medicine I
ever' sold. I guarantee every bottle
of it. F. C. Januith. Inland Mien.
This remedy is for sale by. all drug
Ullemeyer & Sterling's
48c, 68c, 75c.
In the New Improved Styles.
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if You Want
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Uonm 38. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and
Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Telephone 1514.
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