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THJ5 ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JTJNB 1, 1904.
AvJTf to buy gro
ceries at low prices.
8 bars S. C. soap 2Zc
1 sack good flour $1.2
1 sack best Buckwheat 25c
1 lb. imported anchovies.. 4c
3 lbs. Apricots 25c
3 lbs. Peaches 25c
3 lbs. Rai.-tins 25c
6 lbs. wood Prunes 25c
3 cans Early June Peas 25c
3 cans Tomatoes 25e
3 cans liaked Beans 25c
?. pkgs. Mother's Oats 25c
3 pkgs. Corn Flour 25c
3 pk?--. Pancake floor 25c
3 pkgs. Buckwheat Floor.. 2Se
2 pkgs. N.irka Oats 25c
2 kf?x. MaJto Oats 25c
2 jkj.'s. Pettijoha's Break
fast Food 25c
3 large bottles Catsup . 25c
2 oak-- Sapnli! J5c
1 doz. large Herring "Oc
2025 Fourth Ave. Both 'Phones. I
Wedding Gifts that
May or may m t be intrinsically
valuable; but surely real worth
makes them all the more accept
able. So it's always safe to pur
chase such silver and other ta
ble waie as it i& our province
and pleasure to supply, ring?,
breastpins and other articles for
personal adornment. The name
of RAMSKIt is a sure sign of
genuineness. .lust now we are
showing the beautiful design in
Sterling silver table ware, "BKI
Opposite Harper House
KYKKYBOIVY that uses
Math's Ice Cream to serve at
their party or reception, is al
ways perfectly satisfied. be
cause we use the best materials,
and have had the experience in
turning it out, so that it can't
We always have the latest
Styles in " INDIVIDUALS and
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are always right.
Try our Strawberry Ice and
Ice Cream while it is made from
the fresh fruit.
Age 62, 6: ae 65, age 68, flO:
age 70, 12.
M A J . H. C. CONNELLY,
1719H Second Ave. Rock Island. ILL.
Call or write at once.
r ex is
i Marguerite I
In 20 Tableavjxs X
this week $
LUNDIN IS LAMMED
Commodores Pepper Him for
Thirteen Hits in Opening
Game of Series.
WERE THREE STORMY INJilH G9
VYelg-and Mal. 'n Poor Starr, but I'in
Ulies Strong Around
J )a en iMirt . .
I Mca tut-
Ri M k ford
Rock I - Ian I
Decatur at Rock Pland.
Davenport at (Liar Bapida,
Rockford at Dubuque.
Bloomingtofl at Springfield.
Ii suit Y enter il.ii .
Rock Island 5. Decatur i!.
Springfield 2, Bloomihgton I.
Dubuque S, Roehford 7.
Cedar Rapids .'!. Dsivenport 0.
A. Lund in, Rock Island, can sympa
hize with Uen. E Longhaysky. The
i.iis.:iu eoiiiii.aiu.il- raced the n:ilie
ntil he reached the top of the bilk
lie did not march hia men down like
.Vapoleon. 'I bei were pushed ! va i
in front of leaden balls from the line.
t the enemy. Lundin s a result or
HIS Xn I lenee at tbe Iwelfth street1
park yesterdaj aft rnoon has eoit-
i-.! s plan h which hereafter to ee-
ape the noise. After the game ha
iie.i I.. n:;ha !.. I.tiaiil tt reeom-
.iiciKis a i.aie of cotton tor the ears.
'be score was ii to it should have
uen .. to 1.
It was a listless exhibition. Deca
tur played town lot balL Rock Island
lid just a shade worse. Lundin made :
brilliant beginning, holding bis op
ronent to two hits in the tirst four
ii I Th( ii eaino the explosion.
I was delivered by easy stages. The
mninoooref appeared not to care,
hciher it was ease of win or loose '
i:in the tif;h. Then the harvest. Lun- '
in was -hiotiiiir nothiiiif but a
raigbl bsil!. Only occasionally did
put a crimp in ne. A small boy
it ii a lu'h chair, it seemed, could
nve found him.
Wclcaml Wild at Outset.
gand was as wild as a March
at the peuing. Be could not
the plate. 1 1 - worked assidu
and deliberately, but was entire-
wiiiiout control tor nve inmnsrs.
tiring which the Colts made all their
ins. In the ixth Wiegand found the
lat- . an I thereafter he had the Colts
tit t itii- all ort i f didoes In their ef
forts to connect with his goods. Rut
three hits were made off him in the
ast four innfnsfs.
Decatur smeared for l.'t on Lundin.
wo were two-baggers and one a
three-basnrer. Two passes and two er
rors and a sacrifice hit scored thorn-
ton in the tirst 1111111!"- for Rock Island.
in tin next i n ii i t r nmith, who got n
-.liile ( orkhill. who had received trans
portation, was beinc nut out at bcc-
t i i I stole another, was brought
u iu a single ov I horn 1 1 n. l.all hit
r two bases in the third, went to
kird i n a wild pitch, but was eruci-
icii at tie plate w lien In- attcmptc!
score on Vandine's liner to short.
n tne fourth tnere was executed a
neat doutile steal bi Corkhill and
flu niton. Corkhill was hit bv t he
itcher. moved up on Smith's aaarifice,
ok third while Lundin was dying
econu to t.i-st. ami i. into the
me harbor after luornton had re
eived another pass and while Dona
ue was at bat. Thornton wa re-
ponilile for the play, lie took a lea :
r the second bag. and fiddled, the
hile motioning ( orkhill to limber his
dais. O'Connor had the ball when
rkhiil touched the plate, it having
J it so s
they know Ayer's Hair Vigor
stores color to gray nair, and
n 553 ''ngs
been thrown from recend. ti:t the
catcher failed tj coaajeal with the
ninner. mis - ing him by several inch
es. In the fifth one hit brought two
more scores. Miller got the hit. bring
ing In Lal'y. who had been given his
base, and Ya inline, who reached first
on the catcher! err;r. Both Li
airline pilfered second, 'fhere was
no further scoring for Rock fadan C
rn'l. Out of ik Tteht !'! ..
H. Walter.-., the lanky-limbed fellow
who takes care of the left garden for
the visitors, inaugurated the onslaught
on dunlin. He was the tirst man up in
the lifth inning. He hit. so did OVon
nor. and the bases were filled, with no
one gone, when Welgand was sent on
bis way by a crack in the wishbone.
This eras a had hole into which Lun
din had gotten himself. The strain
was a racker on hi- nerves, but be
nolle i ut admirably, and it was hoped
he would In Id himself togethep for
th- remainder of the game. Bdt one
man saoped. Xlco
dying second to tii
flhi lag. iruebuer
: an 1 MoFarland
In the sixth it war Decatur donm-n
Imt war Broii r. BwacittS administered
the opening jojL It was for two
basi s. Me wa the first up in this in
ning. fb xey Walters waited for four
wide one-, and Kohn hit. Slow fielding
aided the three men in scoring. The
outs were made by M. Waiters. O'C mi
nor and Weigand. In the seventh "m-
liini. after two men had been put out.
fi ur hits were gathered try McFar
land; Swacina, R. Walters an
il. Walters. the one by Swaeiua
for three bases and the m- by II. Wal
ters for two bases, with two errors
by lister, netted four tallies. In the
eighth Decatur con tinned the rubbing
process, three hits an i a mesa at third
- v. elting t heir total to
Iii- Inning were ma le
col and McFarland.
ROCK I8L XD
V.B. R. I!.
Thornton, cf I
I ona hue. lb ........ 4 0
Lally, i f t l
List r. as ." 0
Yandiue, 3b i I
Miller, '- t
CorkhOl, If 3 l
Smith, c 4 1
Lundin, o 4 o
Totals 35 ." 0 27
DECATUR A.B. R. II. P
Xicol, cf : 1 s ."
Uruebaer, sa ." 0 0 l
McFarland, rf ." S .' 1
2 3 l 0
2 S 1 2
Swacina. U'b ."
R. Walters. : ;. 4
Kuhn, lb 5
II. Wallers. If I
O'Oinnor, e ft
: Weigand. p !
Score b i
Rm k Island
l.eeat ur . . . .
l l 0 l
0 0 0 0
11 !:: 2
0 0 0 0 5
.; 4 :: 011
Swacina, B. Walters. Three-base hit
Swacina. Struck out Lundtn, 3; Wei
gand, 6. Bases on balls Wiegand, 5?
Lundin, I. Double plaj Lister-Donahue.
Wild pitch Weigand. Hit !-,
pitcher Corkhill, Weigand. Time
1 :50. Umpire Milan.
sprint, t !il Sf Illoomlneton 1.
Springfield, III.. June I. Two-baggers
by Donnelly and Ilankey in the
13th inning won the game for the h
cals. It was a pitchers battle through
Springfield .. . 0 0 o 0 1 0 0 ' ii 0 o 1-2 7 :.'
Bloom'gCn . . .0 0 0 0 Q 0 1 00 0000-1 T 7
Batteries Case and Latimer; Bish
op am! Donovan.
Cedar Kapids 3. Davenport O.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, .iune t. Plena
had a shade the better of a pitchers
battle, the locals bunching hits on Mc
Kenna in two Innings. Fielding was
fast on both sides. Score:
Cedar Rapids 00 200 001 -3 ! 1
Davenport 000000000-t) G :.'
Batteries Pieae and Ludwig; Mc
Kenna and Williams.
K-tekfiird 7 . Iiuttnqne 3.
Dubuque, Iowa. .Iune I.- Two bases
on balls, three hits, two errors and a
balk gave Rockford all its scores in
the ninth inning, afti r Cook had pitch
ed a fine game. Score:
Dubuque I0001 l o u 0-3 ; :;
Rockford QOOO000O7-7 0 4
tell your friends
They would think
strange. You see.
checks falling of the hair, re
rpakes the hair grow, i
Yovi Can Make
If you will take our advice and
start a bank account today. We
hare a plan whereby saving is
not or'vmade easy, "nut you are
also constantly reminded that
he thing to do is to save. A dol
lar starts your account. A little
added to it systematically makes
if grow wonderfully. And all
the timr v mr money is earning
4 rr rert for rnn. Let rt tell
Ton about it.
and Thiery. Gra
tvervthloe U Uitelr on Team.
Manaaer Rosa 'I hornton and Kohlev
Miller, captain of the infield, had
conference yesterday with M. II. Sex
ton, president of the local assoeJa
tion.in the course of which the stories
of discord on tiie team were sifted
j A ii understand ing that it U hope;! wfl
put a iiuietus on the wild rumors that
have leen hidustriously put in circula
tion by disgruntled former memben
i f the club was arrived at. "I he talk
( f lack of harmony an the team is
idle," said Manager Thornton today.
"Miller is the field captain of the
team. He was appointed to mat posi
tion the first day he played with us.
lie and I in l h are giving our he-t effort:-,
and will continue to do so.
i here i no trouble. There never has
been, although there are a few knock
ers who have been trying to starl
something. We have no time fi r trouble-making.
We arc occupied with
playing baseball, and playing to win
We have had a spell of hard luck, but
WB will recover short I v. .Mi-t eie u
a chance "
Kohley Mil.'cr said: "It h:i always
been my policy to do till in my power
for the success of the team with
which I am identified. I recognize Mr.
Thornton a manager of Rock Island.
I came here to work under him, and
propose !i !ng so to the end if the
seasi n. The city has treated me well,
and it will have the best there is in
me. I am loyal to the elub and to its
manager, and I do not believe in out
side interfen nee. If the players an
let alone we will not have any ditli
eultj in making a Fatisfactorj show-
i ag in t he league.
Iu I'.iir Luaama.
Chicago, .iune l. Following arc
the base ball scores:
League: At Brooklyn Boston 1.
! reoklyn 8; at Philadelphia - New
York L Philadelphia 0.
American: At Detroit St. Louhi o,
Detroit 1: at Cleveland- Bah).
Association: At Milwaukee Min
neapolis 2, Milwaukee 1: at Kansas
City, Indianapolis and Columbus
Western: At Des Mfitnes- St .I
aph t. Les Moines : at Sioux city
Omaha Sious City 7: at Colorado
Springe Denver 1, Colorado Sprii:i;a &
DU3T FROM DIAMOND.
Km x college
V .- terdaj it t .
!!'i lit . old i iva !
is playing fast
k 13 innings to
of Km x. to '2.
Pitcher Tosnnaj Quan and Catchei
Carl Moore were given their releases
iast night bv Manager Thornton.
Jay Andrews, the former Rock Isl-
;i i it. ha:
Sii ux City team in the Western
( a-sib aim
Rock Isla n
who has played with
and Davenport hiv sca
-' a. hat been picl
up bj Blooming-
has been ordered to jo'
f i .
the box for Dubuqui
' ook. iii ine oox tor uuouque yt
icrday, gave even a poorer exhibition
than did Lundin here, blanking Rock
ford until the ninth inning, when
sev a runs w ere made off him.
Rockford has release i Pitcher Ray
mond. With him went Powell and dor
ian, infielders. Raymond is a good
pitcher, but is said to have his faults.
Xicol now has but 12 men. the pitch
ers beinc Raker. Jacser. Malven and
( ; raha m.
It was noticed that m ne of the De
catur players attempted to advance
on a long drive ti Thornton when the
bases were filled in the fifth inning.
I he mosl i I them wire team males of
Thornton last season, and they knew
to have tried to score from third
would have been fatal.
O'Leary, lat year with Rock Isl
and, is catching for Duluth in the
Xorthern league, having been farmed
then together with "Rusty" Owens,
the former Rockford pitcher. Advices
from the Lake Superior region are to
the effect that O'Leary is the star of
the league as a backstop am! a hitter,
but his whig is weak.
Lister has heen returned to his po
sition at first and Donahue sent to
left field to take the place of i rkhil!
temporarily. Cassiboine has been se
cured to play short today and tomor
row. It is hoped that Rebscher wiTfl
soon be able to get back in the game.
Hereafter the regular positions of the
member of the team will be disturbed
as little a possible.
I.iter is clearly out of place at
short, hat it was not his errors that
ci ntribiited to the result-. It was l.un
i'in's letting down at critical stages.
He could not have made Decatur a
better present had be trhii. and Man
ager Thornton acted wisely in letting
the pitcher -tay in to the end of the
iramc. tnat tnere nee a lie no Question
as to where the fault wa
Llrensed to Wed
Robert T. Ie Boelc Island
Miss Myrtle Seara Hock Island
Albert Wedertz Burlington, lown
.Miss Wilhelmina Mcrte, . .liock Uland
Burton I-"!s( n VVella .!. .Princeton, III.
Miss Jessie Belle Reynolds! Rock I dan I
Gnstaf A. Gustafson Rock Island
Miss Hanna C. Swem
John ISerketneier . .
Mrs. Kat Jat r . . .
on. . . Rock Island
Foley fc Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Iar many imitations are offer-)
ed for the srnuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any sub-
Statute offered, as no other prepara
tion will pive the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
ham and Hessli r.
OLEO IS DONE FOR
United Slates Supreme Court;
Upholds 10 Cent Tax on
the Colored Product
CASE WAS APPEALED FEOM OHIO
tfanutrtcture Will be Stopped and
Only Genuine Will be on
United states supreme court
ay banded (iown an pinion
ahieh confirms the constitutionality
f the law placing a t:- . f 10 cents a
pound a oleomargarine colored In im
Itation of butter. The effect of the
decision will be to pat a stop to the
manufacture of t tit-, product and close
down the factories.
The case was brought to the court
i a result of the pro. eeiit'ion of beo
IV. Met ray by the United Stan b for
tiolating the law. McCray was con
victed iu Ohio, and the case was ap
pealed until it reached the United
States supreme court. McCray con
tended, although the oleomargarine ha
uestion was colored in imitation of
butter, it was not artificially cblorea
vithin the meaning of the law.
was admitted the coloring matter was
luc to the us of artificially colored
butter, but this fact did not make the
ho subject to the higher tax.
.Market Contention Dtamlaaari.
Ii further was contended thai even
if subjected to a higher tax. the law
imposing that tax would result In pre
senting the manufacture and destroy
the market for thai product, and,
Eherefore. was onerous, confiscatory,
bad unci astitutional. The court dis
nissed the contention that the use of
iolored butter in the manufacture of
deo ilid not make the latter product
mbject to a higher by saving:
M aw looks to results and uol to pro
icsses used in manufacture. It i per
ectly true that the manufactured
aibstanee h ole imargarine artificially
iolored, and that it must pay the tax
mposed by !a."
in !iscussii:g the contention that
he ci uri should hold the law uncon
ititutional because it might be op
pressive. Justice White said:
"It is not the duty of the iudiciarv
1 1 restrain the acts of congress be
ond the powers given that body by
he constitution, but if we sustain appellant'.-
contention it would mean
thai Ibis court nol only has the pow
r. but also whether in our ju Igmenl
't is wrong. e hold that responsi
bility to determine the question of
power decs not embrace the right to
ifn beyond that and assert ourselves
is regulators of the pi licies of con
gress and of the government.
Amuuiit of Tax Immaterial.
the question that n t;ix
vi : i
"Under many previous decisions the
court has held that the amount of tax
in any case cannot be considered by
Oh:cao. Jane I. -TotioinR re tas op
ag, fctg-tieit. loweft ni rioin miMatiai i
la tod-47'a marfeota:
Julr. 85 14 87 B5M 87
Sept, 8uHt 1H; K1X-
Juae 4-k" tsi A.
July 47 4: 47 4iS
Seii... 4.; CBN 4is-
june 41: 4l3i: 41 41
JUU. 3"4 3b: 3V
Sept.,3u4: SO'i-, 3US ;3P,
JnlT.U 60 i fi5 tt .w u 57
Sept . 11. Si: 11.00; 11.75. 1 1 HO
JulV. 67: 6 01 6.fJ 8 52
Sept.. C 77. 6 77; 6.70 , 6 70
Ju'.7 6.72 6.75-C 6". 6.7
Sept , 6.U0; 6 Ort: C.sO - : e.
vcett.w toaa? WBi-at :r;. com 691 oats
2T7, 3OR3H 000: Cattle 20, tin. sheep 20 000.
rio? marlrct opened steady.
L'lf" Mta4.7tl; m.iea ?na hntcr
rs. ; :!"t,4.75: rood teairv, N.S0AI KJ: rouxt
t , SO.
uattie tuaritei op'ned slow.
Sheep market opeced. bicw
tj a'oj stack 7ar-1s n 4fl a m
He niarkPt tf-ady aad quality fair.
ht. 14 304 75: irneu Ana u . rrn. 4 30
34 73 food neavv, t-i .Ku.ti 70: ronrli tia7; .
Catt:'- market steady.
Tieeves ?i o-JSSft.so, covrs and belfers 'l to
iX). ut ickcsaDd tee&ers $2 satltt.OO, Texas
steers ft.i.v.r 5. 10.
.saeep uiarktrt stead v.
Ho(t market closed slow.
t'lgW. Ii 4di4.7. mixed aud hntcfiera ft N
ti WB O'-ld 0PJTT tl l.l.l rnnoh
4l.si- .. '
:ittie market closed slow
than Frl lay
saecp market closed slow
la to COc higher
Nw York. June 1 Tbe fohowiot are LSC
Iosihr quotation on the Ner York stoei
BaaarlSHCj Oa r..c R. i a p. ar..outr
ern Pacific ib. B. a O. 11, Atchason coc
moneys. Atcnison pfd. ... C M & St P
Manhattan iit'. copper MM W D
T .. v.c. a. l. a n kit. o a a. . R b.
ro niaon t.'an Pa'im i:;'4. Leather ctm-
moa B K T Pacifi" Mail ... I
S. Steel ptd f:iH. U. S Steel common
Pe 'ti. iu?,. Mo. Pacific m iT.ion :a.-..-.r
coal nd Iron tut, trie common tnrt
w- .iss pfa 83 oar touaarr lt . c & i
W Rep. Stee: pfd H 7D. Htrtfil rrm .
mon K n. New Yort Onlrai
e.lr'a Uuotatloa on .- o.v ii. ( n-
aocx lataaa, Jane L-PaOeaiaa arr iti
wholesale ootatiooa on the local market
Batter Creamery HHrs6c. da ry 18:
r.Kf e- Preah lie
t.ie poaitrr Sprlar ch!cltn i rer
dozen: brin 10c pee (v--nd. tuitem l-it
pounc . rturks c. gese Be
Vefstahiee Hotitc tl. Onlocs ti.50.
battle--Steers tl 00 .o tkM, cow am
Defers CCJ to ' iJ-r . i 13 00 to lt.,
Hogg Mixed and bctcsera 4 to M 50
Sheep- Yearlinea or orer, U.S0 u. t& 00
Lait ti.ou tott.60
CrPTTight IM, by
ft. KappeolMiaex 4
Big Bargains in
Second Hand Pianos
must be sold at
piano in food c
once. One upright
standard make, at . .
One large size square
One Stcinway Square
Also new pia u is a I
from $7."i to . .
less than can
be sold b
First C!tss Piano
J. M Z-MM'
KCW j.hoLe f'l4
Frank A Fredericks
Schreiner Shop, M2i Fourth
Jobbing' promptly done. Win
dow and door screens a special
ly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Res
idence, 4 1 . Eleventh street. Old
'phone west 624.
V t A
In connection with the Queen A Cres
cent Route, to certain points in Ala
bama, Georgia, Florida, Kortb and
South Carolina, Kentucky, Mis
Tennessee and Virginia on the
FIRST AM) T1IIHD TUES
DAYS I N EACH MONTH.
May to November, 1904, fneluaive, at
the very low rate of one fare for the
round trip. plu. Tick t are good
going l"i daya, and for stop-orera
Boutfa of the tiliio river, with final lim
it for return of 1 days from date of
On the same dates one-way settlers
tic kets will be si id to points in the
same territory at one-half first clasti
rates, jilus from Ohio river gate
ways. Fr rates, schedules and full infor
mation, call on your nearest ticket
gent, or write to J. S. McCuHough,
N. V. I A., iZi Dearborn street, Chi
For information ahout farm kinds,
business locations, ete., write T, B.
Thaekston. agent, Land ami Industrial
Department. ':." Dearborn street, Chi
cago. Ilk or ii. B. Allen, A 0. P. A.,
St. Louis, Mo.
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers in single and double strength
Blinds ami Mouldings, W.neered and
Hardwood Flooring of all kin'I .
Dealer in -:n"V :ind double strength
Window r;in-s. Polished Plate, Bereled
Plate ami Art ;'a .
311 ai d ?,29
EIGHTEEN T H STREET,
: : ILLINOIS.
You vyill find Teas
a.nd v offees here that
other dealers do not
handle, and if you have
been hard to suit w
want 3 our trade on
No other brands com
pare with them. We
arc sol. agents in Rock
Island Cor this line A
inle trial will prove
they are far superior to
any you have, ever used.
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agency and Information
207-209 Bradjr St., Davenport, Iowa.
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lected everywhere. Doth 'phones.
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