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THE ABGU8, THURSDAY, APKIL, 28. 11)04.
So many people liave trouble
during the spring months with
hot, dry. itching, burning feet.
A quick relief i TALCUM POW
DKH. Sift a little on vour feet
and int the shoe, and you will
be surprised at the delightful
feeling of coolnes-s and freedom
from irritation that it gives.
This Talcum has oil of the
mcrit.s of a fiire toilet powder;
10c, 15c, 23c and 30c. ((
Telephone For It. I
H. O. ROLFS.
Some interest ing f.ishions for men
v ill be received with open hands this
Muson. Stylish cravenctte coats in
checks aul phiin colors-; shirts in new
luaterials, grays, black and white;
neckwear, new colorings, grays of
steel radium in honor of the newly
discovered metal; brilliantly colored
pocks are worn, tobacco browns, choc
olate, enamel plate. The wide brim
hats in all their new colors, ami the
College, any shape, will be the leader.
A few stilT and crush are worn. The
new collar worn this season will' be
low turn-down, long points. If you
want to see new and up-to-time fur
nishings and hats, be sure and call at
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. .
H ART EH nOUSB BLOCK.
MATH'S ' '
Go to X5he
and Ice Cream
also delicious Ice
Cream Soda at
5 cents per glass.
1110 SECOND AVENUX.
iCassiboine and Hedley, Infield-
ers, Join Rock Island
TO BE TRIED AT SECOND
Big Crowd Inspected at First Sched
ule Game of Season To
morrow. Two new inficlders have been signed
for the Kock Island hase'oall team.
They are Howard Cassiboine and
Frank Iladiey. The latter is loaned
by Dubuque and has arrived in the
city. Cassiboine will Le here tonight.
Uoth will be given a trial at second.
.Shields, of Canton, 111., who has been
covering that position, having been re
Cassiboine comes from Madison.
Wis. He was with Minneapolis in the
American a.snociation in V.wi and last
season was manager of Duluth in the
Northern league. He is a seasoned
player. II ad ley is a youngster and is
aid to be fast. He continues under
contract with Dubuque and must re
turn there whenever ordered to do so
bv Manager llunkv Hines. These men
ire secured to cover the second bag
ending the arrival of Kohley Miller.
T. K. Donahue, the new outfielder.
is on the ground, and will practice
with the team at the park this after
noon. He will probably ma I" his
first appearance in left tomorrow in
the ojM'Ditig game of the reason.
Keaaon to Open Tomorrow.
Tomorrow will mark the beginning
of the fourth season of Ihe Three-Kc
Uaseball league, which was organized
it IVoria in the spring of l'.Hin. Cedar
Kupids will be at Kock Island. Daven
port at Hlooniington. Kockford at De
catur, and Dubuque at Springfield.
The game at the Kock Island park
will be called at 3:.'.0 o'clock, and with
favorable weather the indications are
there will be a banner crowd. Pre
ceding the game there will be a par
ade by trolley cur over the three cil
ie by the Cedar Kapids an I Kock Isl
and teams, accompanied by IMeiier's
baud. The local team will line iqi as
folli.w.' : Thornton, center: Kchschcr.
short; Lister, first; Vandiue, third;
bally, right: Moore, catch; Donahue
or Charnier. left; Cassiboine. second.
It ha- not Le'cn decided who will do
the twirling. The manager will se
lect the box artists after practice 1 his
la Major Lrirun.
National League Chicago .1, ( inciii-
nati -; New 1 ork-I'.rookly n. postpon
ed; Pittsburg-St. Louis, post jioued;
Ho. ton-Philadelphia, postponed.
American League Detroit .", Chica
go :t; New York-Philadelphia, post
poned; ( leveland-St. Louis, postpon
ed; Washington-Koston. postponed.
American Association Kansas City
7. Louisville ."; Indianapolis t)-S. Mil
waukee -il; Toledo-Sf. .Paul, postpon
ed; Coluinbiis-Miiineiipolis. postponed.
Western league Denver 11, Des
Moines O; Sioux City 4. St. .loscph 1;
Colorado Springs 10. Omaha :!.
Southern Ix-a gue At lanta-Nash ville
no game; Memphis 4. New Orleans 1;
Montgomery 14. Dirmingham 7; Little
Kock .1 Shreveport
Petition for Saloon Llcenn
To Ihe Honorable, the Mayor, and
City Council of the City of Kock Isl
and: We. the undersigned, owners of
property on Fifth avenue, between
Kighth and Ninth streets, and on
Ninth street, between Fourth and
Fifth avenues, in the city of Kock Isl
and, within a distance of noo feet both
ways from the corner of Fifth avenue
and Ninth street, hereby consent to
and petition your honorable1 body to
permit the reopening of the building
on the corner of Fifth avenue and
Ninth street, as a saloon:
M. II. Sexton. -'sS feet.
M. (Jriffin. feet.
William Koche, 40 feet.
(Ins Krueger, 1-S feet.
Peter (Jottsinann estate, 7." feet.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. lie
fuse substitutes. All druggist.
Thcra ia no Substitute for
Ii ia a LI attar of Health
Manager of the Kock Island Team in
the Three-Kve Paseball Ix-ague.
DUST FfiOM DIAMOND.
Yesterday's game at Davenport wa
a slaughter for I Iinton. the score
wa.s L'O to 4.
Pf ffcr. the I'nivcrsity of Illinois
pitcher, is making a good record for
himself. In two games he struck out
J.ce Tanuehill i cutting high capers
at third for the White Sok and has
endeared himself to the hearts of Chi
cago fans by his work.
Manager Hayes has released Cuiliu,
who tried for second. He has gone to
join the. Oskaloosa 1 lit in Ihe Iowa
league. The Davcnpi i t team leaves
this evening to open at Hlooniington
Simon A Mosenfelder state that the
pi i.e ot the Inst hat in the house of-
fi red to the lir-t player on the Kock
I.-Ianl team knocking a home run
does not contemplate a hit within the
grounds. It must be a fair ball over
1 he fence.
M. .1. Smith, the catcher whom Kock
Island has permitted to return to
Henry county after a brief workout
here, has joined the Kcwauee indepciv
ueni team and will play his first, game
of the season next Sunday against a
Chirac team. Snii;h used to catch
for ir.ili;iiii on the h'ewanee team.
Kloomingtf n. 111., April --. TL
st.-itV i f unipirt's in the Three-Kye
league assembled in this city today to
receive the instructions preliminary
to the oiienimr of the season Friday,
April -y.K President Holland has de
cided to accept the siuee construction
of the iK w l..i!k ami other rules as ac
cepted by the National league.
Kockford Kcgistcr-dacttc: Only
one man of Manager Nicoi's squad
failed to report and it does not make
one whit i f difference whether he
ever shows up or not. This chap was
Cuy Ki lmer, of 'Mount Pulaski who
was touted ; wonder in his section
Kenner was forwarded transportation
but lias pot yet put in an appearance
and will p-ol.-tl!.v imt do so. The
material on hand for Nic's itching
stall i probably better than a dozen
K liner's and the little manager is not
worrying ore bit over the lailure of
his man to show up.
President Holland's troubles on the
umpire question have commenced.
.i i , ...
i ne inner :ay he announced the ap
pointment of .1. A. Milan, of La Sail
to succeed Leo Mesmer. of Molinc.
who declined an offer of a berth. Now
Milan shows a case of cold feef before
the beg:nning of the season and for
wards hi- resignation. Joseph Lobeck,
last year catcher for Dubuque, has
been given the job. Daniel Poland,
of Chicago, another member of the
stalT. finds he will be otherwise en
gaged, and .1. W. Kramer, of Louis
ville, has been selected. Kramer has
been heard from before in Three-Kve
circles. ii win ne recalled mat two
years aijo he was appointed by Presi
dent Sexton ami sent to Kvansvillc for
Ids first trial. When the time for the
calling of the game arrived Kramer
was mi-sing. He wn in jail. It is
hoped he will keep shy of the police
stations this season.
FOUR WEEKS MORE
High School Seniors Making
Most of Short Period Be
IHIRTY-NIUE WILL 0E ALU ATI
Entrien fur Intercl&ss Field Meet to
be tleld at Fair Grouudi
Thirty-nine high schMl students,
comprising the class of l'JOt, will re
ceive diplomas ,lti ue .. All arrange
ments for commencement week have
been completed by them, and those
who f.re to take part on the class day
and commencement programs are in
dustriously rehearsing their parts un
der the direction of the teachers. Only
four more weeks of work are left for
the seniors, then conies commence
ment week, beginning May :.". with the
baccalaureate sermon, to be preached
by Kev. Lawrence at the Memorial
Chrislian church. Wednesday even
ing, .June 1. will occur the junior hop
it the tower; Thursday, .lime , will
be class dav, with exercises at the
high school in the afternoon; Friday
evening, dune :, the commencement
program will be reMidered at the 1 1 li
mns theatre, and Saturday evening
the class of l)()4 will be entertained
by the Alumni association at the high
This year's class is smaller than
those that have been graduated for
vera I years past.
As a present to the school, the class
will put in a plate glass window on
the first landing at the north stair. A
likeness of the class pin a shield with
)1 in green and white, the da?s col
ors will be worked into the window
to designate the givers. This will be
a very beautiful gift and add greatly
to the appearance of the upper cor
I Ik class day program will be as
Piano solo (Jcrtrude Sicmon.
President's address P.en Koiigh.
Class history Lillian Peterson.
Presentation of present to juniors
Kes po use Phebe I 'rooks.
Trio, vocal Alice Hledsoe. Lillis
Kerr, Ktta P.aker.
Class prophecy Oscar Ohlvveiler.
Presentation of present to school
Kespoiise Will Ma rquis.
Piano solo- .lessie Warnecke.
Address at the 'anting of the ivy
Cora Van (ialder.
The commencement program will
Piano solo Kvangeline Casteel.
Paper, ".loan of Arc" Mamie Mur-
Oration. "The Yellow Peril" Harry
Kssay. "Lydia, the P.lind Girl" Sara
Kccit at ion. ".lean Yaljean and the
P.ishop" Kut h HutTum.
Debate. "Kesolved. That the Time
Has Now Come for the I'nited States
to Do Away With the Protective Tar
iff" Allirniat ive,. lames Maucker; neg-
itive, Oscar Frazcr.
Kssay. "The Hist fry of the Louisi-
ina Purchase" Fait h Channou.
Oration. "Are the Days of Chivalry
I 'a st " F.I f red a La rs in .
Yiolin solo Guy Munger.
L.It of (irailaate.
The following will receive diplomas:
arl Ludvig Anderson. Carrie Ktfa
P.aker. ella Karrett. I lessie Peeler.
Mice .lane Pledsoe, Kuth Irene lSuf-
fuin, Kthel Cameron, Kdna Frances
Carl. Kvangelini Gardiner Caste-!.
Faith Charity Channon. Henry Work
Cozad. Jessie Adelia Kckert, Oscar
I '.rv ant Fra.er. Holmes Leroy Fry.
Wilton Sanford Giles. Walter Fdvvin
Hart, Kdna (iretchen Hazard, Kobert
Henry IbdVman, Tillie Irwin, Lillis
Irene Mott Kerr. Kcnjamin .James
Kough. Klfreda Marie Catharina Lar-
iiii. .lames William Maucker. Cora
May McKown. Thomas Candor Mont
gomery. Martha Park Montgomery.
Milton P.laine Morrison, Guy Klmer
Munger, Mary Geraldine Murrin, Will
Molony Nevin. Oscar .lohn Ohlvveiler,
Lillian Leigh Peterson. Gertrude Mary
Sicmon. Sara Minerva Stoddard. Fran-
is Thomas Sullivan. Cora May Yan
(aider, .lessie Mary Warm-eke, Kthel
Young. Kuby Young.
I'he annual interclass field inert will
In held at the race track Saturday
fternoon at 2 o'clock. The interest
in this event is of the j real est and the
hances are that it will be a hard
ought contest. The points will be
cattered between the three upper
lasses, but the winning of the meet
lies between the sophomores and sen
iors. The class which wins in 1h
ontest will have its initial- engraved
n a loving cup. which it holds until
next ears meet rolls around. The
pirit of rivalry- runs high between
he c!ases and tin meet will prove
ii interesting one.
I'he entries handed to Manager llen-
lerson are as follows:
Seniors jl-yard dash. Sullivan. Hoff
man, Hart: lon-yar! dash. Ohlvveiler.
Hoffman. Hart; So-vard dash, Ohl
vveiler. Huffman. Giles; 440-vard dash.
ullivan. Hoffman. ( ozad: half-mile
run. Sullivan. Hoffman. Coa I; mile
run. Sullivan, Fry. Gile. ( ozad: ham
mer throw. Hart. Cozad. Sullivan:
liscus throw. Hart. Cozad. Sullivan:
shot jtut. Hart. (":., Sullivan; high
jump. Hart. Hoffman. Sullivan, broad
jump. Hart. Hoffman, Sullivan; 1-0
high hurdles. Hart. Hoffman; --0 low
hurdle Hart. Hoffman.
.Juniors 50-yard dash. Marquis,
Kirby, Gowling; 100-yard dash, Mar-i
Redely to Put - On Clothing
Cut With Dashy, Snappy Style
NEW FOOTBALL RULES PR.OVIDE
FOR STILL MOR.E OPEN PLAY
The ronft-rt iu' ovrr football at
1'hilad 'phia just closed resulted in
several important changes in the rules
decided ujon. The most important
changes have to do with the value of
a drop or dace kick and the possibili
ties of the mass 'lay. The new rules;
will tend to make the game a still
more open one. anil at the same time
lessen the danger to the players.
The rules committee decided that six
men must be on the line of scrim
mage all of Ihe time. Four men be
sides the ipiurter-back may be played
behind the line in any part of the
field, but one of these men must play
outside cither end on the line.
The value of the drop kick count
was changed from five to four points
The quarterback will now be allowed
to run with the ball in any part of the
lie!il. provided he runs flu required 5
yards from the man. who snaps the
1'enalties will be limited lo five and
fifteen y ards for all olt'enses requiring
a distance penalty. The rules concern
ing the penalties will be codified and
placed in one part cf (he book so that
officials can find them without delay.
The umpire is to have, instead of
Ihe customary whistle, a bell or horn
or some other instrument. This is
for the purpose of enabling the 'lay
ers and spectators to distinguish be
tween the signals of the officials.
When fhe umpire gives his signal the
team completes the play which has
quis, Kirby. I-'ezzIer; 220-yard dash.
Marquis, Kirby, Harms; 4 b)-y ard dash,
( J raves. Harms, Humes; half-mile run.
!raves, Hothwell, Humes; mile run
lensen. Harms. Humes; hammer
throw. Craves; discus throw, Mar
quis; shot put. Marquis. Crates.; high
jump. Marquis, Craves. Kirby; broad
jump. Cowling. Marquis, Harms; hur
dies, low and high. Cowling. Harms;
pole vault. Harms, Cowling, Heim
.Sophomores .lU-yard dash. Soudcrs.
Frazcr, Swanson; 100-yard dash. Sond
ers. Strate, Swanson; 220-yard dash
Smiders. Strate. Swansou; 410-yard
d-ash, Kaupke. Sunders, Scott; half
mile run, Kaupke. Souders, Scott;
mile run. Scott. Kaupke; hammer
throw. Khrhorn; discus throw. Khr
hoin. Sender; shot put. Khrhoru.
Sou !ers, Ileimbeck; high jump. Soud
ers, lleimbeck, Strate; broad jump.
Souders, Swan.-ion; 120 high hurdles,
Nicholas, Frazer, Souders; 220 low
hurdles, Nicholas, Frazer, Souders;
pole vault. Khrhorn, Nicholas.
Fro hmen -- Collins, hurdles, discus
throw, hammer throw, high and hro.id
jumps: Kinner. half and mile runs,
220 an I 4tu-tard dashes.
Nothing Kqnn.1 to Chamltrrlaln'n Colic
Chalffn od I larrho Kmtojr fur
Bowel Complaint la Chlldnn.
"We hate used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Ifemedy in our
family for years." says Mrs. J. 1J.
Cooke, of N'ederlands. Texas. "We have
given it to all our children. We have
used other medicines for the same
purpose, but never found anything
to equal Chamlx rlain's. I you will
use it as directed it will always cure."
For sale by all druggists.
La ad Kieuraloaa to Oklahoma
Land excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Hock Island System
April .1 and 19. For further particu
lars, call on or write
E. E. M0 TIG AN,
HENIiY J. GRIPP,
1410 Fifteenth Street, Moline, EL
At about one-half what
the suit would cost made
to order is what we are
showing in our
$10, $12.50, $15,
been started, paying no attention to
the signal until the ball is downed.
If a long run has resulted from fhe
day during which flu foul was com
mitted the run is allowed if the foul
has in u. way caused or interfered
with the checking of the runner.
Hereafter any deliberate attempt
to draw an opponent ollVi It will be
considered, as a delay of the game and
will be punished with a penalty of "
If a fair catch has been interfered
wilh. cither by the catcher being
thrown or interfered wilh jn any way
he may reeiive t" yards and put the
ball in play oy a scrimmage or re
ceive five yards and have a free kick.
When a team i-; forced to bring the
ball out from behind the i-oal line
after a tonehback or safely and the
ball is kickel twice out of bounds Ihe
opponents- must put it in play from
the ::."-yaid lire instead of from the
23-yard line, as heretofore.
On a punt after a touchdown the
opposing team inu.-t stand not closet
tnan 1.1 yards to the man who units.
This is a change from the formci
allowance of ten yards.
Other minor changes were made and
a number of changes in phraseology,
with a view of clearing up doubtful
In general the new rules will ad
vance the checker board idea so that
the entire gridiron will now he check
ed c ir.
DlHXCTION CHAMBtRUN.hlNQT A. COMPANY.
Saturday, April 20.
The original J.nd only aufhoiied pre-,
.scutation of (Jus Hecge's famous
with a renin! of 15 seasons of success,
presented by an excellent company
of players and filled with fun, frolic,
laughter, sparkling specialties,
song, dance, novelty, wit and wis
dom. WHAT MOKE DO VOL' WANT.
Prices: l.'c, 2."c, IJ.'c and .Vic.
FOLK NIGHTS. COMMENCING
Sunday, Mav I.
THE I'OIMT, A K
Flora DeVoss Co.
Presenting a Kepert ire of Scenic
Successes. 14 Acting People.
4 Specially Arti-ts.
PIMCES - Iftc. L'.e ;.nd r.'H
free Monday night.
ym For Drunkenness an1
r fu Please write us.
orres pon a e nee
We have a
Onion Sets, mixed
and separate colors
of Sweet Peas,
Morning Glory and
Climing and Dwarf
Blue Grass, Mixed
Red Clover and
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