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THE ABGUS, TCJ.ESDAY, JTJNB 7, 1904.
Our cfeue!ulafe ice ereaifi soda 5?
has it. A BSaootb, rich, creamy
dream. It's worth coming hcec
to know how good chocolate
can be made.
H. O. ROLFS,
Old Panama Ha.ts
Blocked and Cleaned
HAJtTER HOUSE BLOCK.
Go to the
and enjoy a.n
EVERYBODY thai nana
Math's Ice Cream to erve at
their party or reception, is al
ways perfectly satisfied, be
cause we use the best materials,
and have bad the experience in
turning it out. so that it can't
We atwayi bare the latest
stvy in IMH VIW.M.S and
FANCY ICE BE VMS.
Give use your order. Our prices
arc alwayi right.
Try our Strawberry Ice and
lee ("ream while it la made from
the fresh fruit.
Age 62, 6; :ire CS, ; ae 68, $10;
ape 70. $12.
M A J . H. C. CONNELLY,
I71SH Second Ave . Rock Island. I1L
Call or write At oace.
LOSE THE OPENER
Weigand Has Rock Island at His
Mercy at Decatur Yes
terday. HITS ARE BUNCHED 09 LAKAFF
Home Team Winning In the Fifth
Around the Cir
Cedar Rapids P,4
Boek Island M
. ! 1
Decatur Rock Island 1.
Bloomingti ii 7. Springfield 2
Cedar Raptda 5, Rockford (.
Dubuque .". Davenport 4.
Rock Islam! at Decatur.
Springfield at Bloomhagton.
Dnbuqnc at Davenport.
Cedar Rapids at Rockford.
Decatur, June 7. -Weigand hud the
v isitora at hi- mere.) throughout the
game ami tliev were easily defeated
in a li-t!e game. Score:
1 hornton, cf
Lally, i f
R. H. P. A. K.
1 1 0 1
0 0 0 1
) I i i) i)
0 I 13 ii ii
ii (i 8 4 U
0 ii 1 ii ii
ii 1 2 3 W
ii 0 i) 2 o
1 5 84 in ::
R. H. P. A. K.
II 0 1 II 0
ii i o ii o
II 114 1
(i (i 2 ". (
ii I 19 ii 0
II 1 1 II o
1 1 :: 3
I 0 o . 0
:: 8 27 H' l
OKA Alt i:.
Nichot, el . . . .
; rueboer, s . .
Swadna, Sb . .
K i ill ii. Jii .
1 1 . Waiters,
K rebs, c . .
in ii i lit:.-:
I eeat ur ...
0000 3 o ii ii
I ii ii ii ii ii o no i
Three-base hit Krehs.
Miller-Lister. Struck out
bj Weigand 2, by Lakaff :;. Time
1:30. Umpire Lobeek.
BJ IBSHS 7. Sp r I us II. Ill B.
MiMimhnirton, June 7. The home
team ea-i'.v defeated S pri n ! lield
Smith'.- stick work was the feature
MetJrcev) retired at the end ol i he
six th ami Smith relieved him. Score:
Bloomington 0500O1 1 R -7 12 -
Springfield 100002000-3 12 E
Batteries McOreevy, Smith and
Donovan; Hedges and Latimer.
ftcilar nsalrta t UiH'kfunl u.
Rockford, dune 7. A pitchers'1 bal
tie ended in Rockford's defeat, pool
base running contributing to th
i ii fall. Sei re:
Rockford 000000000-0 .", 4
Cedar Rapids 010010000-2 6 l
Batteries Jaeger and Messier;
Moore and Ludw iir.
Twelve IihiIgit at Davenport.
Davenport, June 7. The locals lost
:i 12-ianing game by Buelow's to
bagger, a groander, and a single. The
Davenport 02 0 001 l 0 ' 0 0-4 1 1 I
Dubuque 00O2O 1 01 0 0 i -5 13 :.'
Batteries Wallace and Williams;,
Cook and Mulcahy.
In Kls; tVaaiewsa.
chieimo. .1 mto 7. Fallowing arc
the base hull ieirvis:
League: At Brooklyn -Chicago .
Brooklyn at New Vork -Pittsburg
'. New York 15; at Boston t'inein
aati 'J. Boston 7 - ten innings: at
Philadelphia - St. Louis ',. I'lnlad. 1
American: At St. Iui- Wash
injrton ::. St. I.ouis at Cleveland
Mew York I. Cleveland at Chicago
Philadelphia '. Chicago at De
troit ' ostoii :. I letrnii 0.
Associatkai: At Colambna Min
nea polls Cotnmbns at Indlanapo
in Kanssw 'itv 4. ladaaaapolfai :':
(ae I'd game) Kansas I'ity ludi
acspolis 0; at IxmlsvIHe St. l'aul
Innlsvtne 2: :it TeJedo- Mlrwankce 0
City ,1. st
springs - -
At St Joseph Slows
.li-s.-ph S; at ("oloradb
Des Moines :;. Colorado
Springs : at Denver Omaha 2, Den
DUST FROM THE DIAMOND
Worcester. Mill., June 7. .lames K.
McOarr, formerly a well-known ball I
player of the National league, died in
the Vorccster msanc hospital
Pais, agctl 41 vears.
New York. June 7. Warrant- were strength by enabling the stomach and
issued by Supreme Court Justice .av 1 !iirctiv - organs to dige-t. asshnflate
nor. of r.rooklvn. for the arrest "f j ami appropriate to the blood and ti--I'rank
Dillon and Kdward Poole, of aes all of the fo-l nutrinieut. Tom I
the Drookl vn e!un. lor piav in- on BUD-
McDooough, a catcher,
son. a shortstop, vvno nave rccn piav-
. . , , . i
Doctors call it "anemia'
saparilla. They know why it
ing on the Grand Rapids team in the
Central league, h.nc b"cn signed hy
Rock Inland, and will report to Man-
ager Thornton at Bloomingtou. Smith
and Reb-eher will be snt houir frr a
rest. Neither ia in condition t; work.
WHAT WJULD DAVENPORT P0
WERE THE CA8E REVERSES?
Tlie hotel incident in which the
managesaen pf the Rock DIan i base
hall team has insisted that other
team- playing; here ami in Davenport
stop at a local hotel haN lx en seined
upon by Davenport papers to indnlgc
in a peevish attack Dpoa thi.- eit.v in
general, and the Bock Island baseball
management in particular.. Besides
showing a spirit that ought not to pre
vail among honorable competitors iu
any spori tney tan to aunere : th
facts in the case. I ins is apparent
where in the case of one publication
the statement is made and repeated
that "Rock Island hotels are inferior
to those in Davenport," rivinc this as
the rcaon that one or two of the
managers st p across the river.
Really, the writer of that bit of trash
night to be better informed. Kver.v
traveling man vvlm make- the three
cities is. and anyone who travels
enough to attend the ball games on
both sides f the rir should be. It is
a matter t" general comment thai
Bock lalan ! hotel- are second to hone
in poihl of character f service.
On the other hand the shortcomings
of Davenport on the hotel proposi
tion are notorious. There i not a city
of 20,000 in the United States that i
not more favored in the hotel line,
and there i- not a eitj the -ize of Rock
Island in the United States that can
boast d' advantage-- superior to t li i s
city in the same respect. And yet
here come the Davenport papers with
slurs for the Rock Island hostebries
! The very paper that is loud-
lest in denouncing the eoitrsi
I of the Roek Island manage
Intent has been making the most des
I perate efforts to interest men of eapi-
tal in that new hotel the Iowa town
has been waiting for for these man;,
years. Time an I again it has ac
knowledged as far as it could with
out giving i. (Tense to the management
of the present hi rtelries in Daven
port that the service now is antiqua
ted. The Davenport paper also takes r
spiteful whack at M. H. Sexton, a I
leging that last year Roek Island rat
the whole league inferring that as
president he favored hi- home city
This rot deserves m further atten
tion than to in te that it was evident
y inspired by the bitterness ol
straight defeats by Davenport at tin
' ' hands of Rock Island throughout iln
season. There may be some exciisi
in this, after all. for Roek Island must
have look' il pretty large to the dop
artist, a well as to others of h
No attempt i- mailt- t arMie tin
Inst ice of Rock Island's position i
the hotel question, however. Even tin
most prejudiced Daven porter realise:
that the business men of that eitv
WOUtd have mace the same demand
that those of Rock Island have made
and long ago, too, were the situation
reversed and baseball managers show
ing a disposition to boycott Davenport
hotels for those of Kock Island.
THORNTON LEADS COLTS
IN BATTING FIRST MONTI-
Tin- averages of the players in the
Three-Eye league for the fir-t montl
of the season have been issued frrni
the office of President Ed Holland at
Bloomington. Thornton leads the Rocl
Island team in hatting, Lakaff havin:
i he highest fielding average. On the
Bloomington team Conners leads in
batting with .ni"; with Rockford
Meek, with .330; Dubuque, Bnelow
with .309; Cedar Rapids, Pall. will.
.306; Decatur, Knhn.with .341; Spring
field, Latimer, with .306, an I Daven
port, William-, with .:;7s. The batting
and fielding averages of the player!
ii the IJoek Island team an- given
the fir-t column standing for the num
her of games pmyed, the second foi
the batting average
lied le v
and the last t he
j. .::::) .946
1 .177 7-
23 .:.".mi J89H
S J&15 .909
.". .ii71 .'.07
7 .:.'." .920
i .11111 sss
7 . 1 ::s M9
t .77 JiS
in .,,,l .1M
13 78 .'-
7 .12S .liKi
: .124 .902
.'1 3M .'-
A sirant Heart
i assured l. perfect digestion. In
digestion swell- the stomach and
pufTs it up against the heart. Thic
canst s shortness- of breath, palpita
tion of the heart and general weak
ness. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures in
flicc-tion. relieves the stomach, take'
the strain off the heart and restore- il
to a full performance of its functions
naturallv. Kodol increases tin
1 1 . -toniaeh ami rtigestive organ-
SoM by all dfugjgists.
All the news all the time -The Argus
Pale cheeks, white lips, and
languid steP tel1 the story
of thin blood, impure blood.
They recommend Ayer's Sar-
RECORD IN SCHOOL
Pupils That Have Been Neither
Absent Nor Tardy During
Term Just Closed.
ROLL OF HONOR LONG ONE
Aonie Hause Has Not Missed One
Day Since 8h? Began Sev
en Years Ago.
In addition to the pupil mentioned
in last evening's Argus as having a
perfect attendance record for two
years, the following pupils have been
reported; From the Washington
school, with perfect attendance for
two years. Merlin Martin. Alfred Lne
ser. Marguerite Lamp; and with a per
fect record for four years. George
Druckmiller, llartsel Have-. Mary
Pearson. In the fifth grade room
alone at the Eugene Field school, with
perfect record for two years, Albert
t olling. Don DeLeon, Herman Larson.
Fred (ilass. Walter Macy; ami for
four years, LiRie Krohn. Other schools
not reporting have many similar cases.
The best record that has come to
the attention of the school authorities
is that of Anna Ha use, daughter of
Aid. William Hause. sis Fifteenth
street, who entered the tirst grade at
tin- Irving school stit'ii years ago am!
has just been promoted to the efjjhth
grade at the Lincoln school, ami in all
her seven years' attendance at the
Irving school has not made an absent
or a tardy mark ami has maintained
an excellent record iu scholarship and
The following pupils in the Rock
Island pubic schools have been
neither absent nor tardy during the
school year just closed;
Ingegard Antlersi a, Hilda Grothe,
Helen Servis. Helen Kale. Prances
iiri.-wold. Barry lion. Leu Golden,
Ben Swanson. Esther .i-nu-r. !ga An
drews, Elsie Harder, Bowena Andrews.
Raymond Toenniges, Mildred Cardall,
Sophia Brown, Grace Baisch, Julius
Brown, John Oberstaller, Mamie Kale.
Walter Kling, Ceeile Todd. Charlie
Oberstaller. Viola Hein, Irene Kail.
Thelma Wanner, Willie Kale. Marie
.imer. Cecil Colony, Bessie McCauley.
Hildegard Anderson, Edna Malmrose.
Albert Borell, Leon Kingsbury, George
Lamp. Howard McCauley. Edward Re
ticker. Peter Kale. Harlan Tracev. Al
bert Willms, Mary Sehenk. George
Shean, Raymond Boyd, Klorenet
Bleuer, Carl Carlson. Karl Rtrupp
Helen GutzwiBi r. Alice Beitzler, Ed
ward Schmidt, Bennie Willhite, Helen
Bngesaeth, Lena Melgren, Matt Pleas
ants, Oscar Ramser, John Spilgcr, Ar
t luir Swanson. Mae Walton. Pear'
Wood. , Nellie Fuller, Bessie Briggs
Edward Harder. Bildur Swanson. Jen
nie Swanson. Elmer Anderson. Willie
Ktel. .lean Fowler. Ethel McDonald.
Willie Boetje, Caroline F.riggs. Wil
liam Greder, Charles Gutzwiller, Dale
Haves. Anna Ralston, Bessie Sangren.
! teorge Toenniges. Loyal Robb, Gay
Eckhart. Paul Lamp. Andrew Griffin,
Wa hlnerltin Krhniil.
Lewis CrandeH, Alpha Bartman, Al-
'red Loeser, Marguerite Lamp. Gilbert
Mill. r. Bulda Peterson, Eddie W illms.
tarph Martin. John Robb, Wellington
v i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 -. George Druckmiller. Mark
Finne, Hart sell Haves. Merlin Man in.
dar Pi arson.
Naomi ( amp. Kay Kell. Cecelia Vo
gele. Ruth Campbell, Nina Beid, Clif
Ford Chancy, Millie Marvin. John
Lamp. Ethel Marvin. Catherine Dan
ielsen, Klsa French. Charles Wheelan.
George Hodgson, Glenn Reid, I'dith
Friek. Nellie Potter. Kilith Potter. F.I
incr Schnek, Barlaad Herbert, Mildred
Pfaff, Katherine Chase, ( harlotte
Truesdale, Mabel WflleH, Res Bennett,
lame- Blytbe, Harvev Lawson, Harrj
Lincoln s, ho.il
Mary Nlssen, Matthew Rn right, Hel
en Young, Ralph Broquist, Bernard
Bleuer, Walter Beck, Kay Seegar, Har
old Jensen, Ford Johnston, Vera Mar
tin, .lean Welch, Margaret McNeills,
Hattie .lahns. Clara Katie. Otto Franclc
Toin Cava na ugh, Carl Steinbeck, Dory
Vrndt, PhlHp Muster, Tom Ortman,
Harry Tappendorf, Gertrude Schmidt.
Leo Stevt ns. Marv Krie-lat. George
Baumbach, Marian Hubbard, George
Mueller. Gertrude Muster, W ill porter.
Dorothy Stevens. Adria Tit terington.
William Voss, Helen Davis, FJlwood
rry, Cora Craves. Blanche Kern.-.
n nee McCandless, Otto Klockan,
Lucia MeKlhi rne, Charlotte Schneider.
Edna Thompson, Kenneth Welch. Wal
ter Bleuer, Matthew McDonahf, Flor
enee Cameron. Margaret Grot jan.
Frank Sehnitger. Forrest Tittering
ton. Hazel Appelquist, Clara Appel
ipiist. L'uth Johnston, Nellie Kenitoey,
Hugh Me Donald, Mary Paul, Kather
ine Bt res per, George Schneider, BmR
Thiesen. Virgie Ward. Edith Beck.
Fxis Hubbard, rtaymond Robb, John
Larson, Jofai Sehweeke. Herbert Keek.
m!rew t.sS. Philip Weber, Waldo
Sehoes I. Arthur W eckel.
Kurrat Field SehooL
De-.-ie Collincr. Leonard Larson, llay
m"nl Power-. Georgfe Doyle. Conrad
Larson, .lohn Friestat, William Mor
ton. Pan! Trimmer. Cnrti- Cromer.
Ftlith Heeler. Kit-hard Tartar, Francis
Colling. Albert ( riling. Don DcLet r.
Herman Irsrn. Louise Dunsnnire.
Freil filas. UUic Krt hn. Walter Macy.
Mabel Ehmke. Geom l!akr. 'irace
Lorenz. Crace Dl.-en. Mabel Heeler.
Kalph KixtImt. Carl Lnr"n. Inez PT-1
terson. Klizjibeth Weber, .Marearet
Keane. Luis Dovle. (irace Morton,
Grace Coxrvne, Henrietta Lngeimac
Df wey Flcaoming. ema Devoe. Mar-
trv.e-ritf. Pleurr. Wilhurt Maver. Lil'ian
I Burris, Fred Hellpenstell, Irene Lid
jdcrs. Ruth Ihrig. Fred Bujyesen, Char
I Be Engelman. Arthur Hause. Bona
Carlson, Lelaad Townsan, Frank Bla
del. Ftoyd W'illiamsen. George McKee,
Lcona Steiiheiison. Hazel Ecl:hart,
Earl Ihrig. Edna Lunden. Pearl Trcnk
enschuh. Clayton Simpson. Lei-nard
Gcbhart. iolet Law-son, Clara Trcnk
ensehnh, Arthur Faust. Krnest Lar
son. Louis Hartman, Marie Vurert.
Frank Park. Frank King. Fred Bur
gert, Txlwin lln tt;. Frank Barker,
Daisy Anderson. Kalph Andrews. Curt
Lunden. Willie Cox. Corinne Meyer.
Arthur Lunden. WO lard Park. Anita
Schulert. Arthur Drips. Caroline Kek
erman, Anna Hause, (diaries King.
Gertrude Wagner. George Shaw.
Loneffltow St limit.
Conrad Paer. Fred Anderson, Emma
Coble, Bessie McGiniey, Lee Hnrnett.
Harry Swanbcrg. Clyde Liggitt. Mary
Lhadstrand, Gaspar MolenneU, Edward
Rabold, ( ora Nelson, Esther Hnrg.
Delia Kneale. Harry Kirkhove, Harry,
Niel-on. Guj Buhjer, Adrian MeP.ride.
Walter l'.ein. Edward Hubcr. June Nel
son. Nora Ryan. Conrad W'estling. Wil
lie Heal-. Cladvs Liggilt. Evan itoiler
ick. Iforace Mnn Kehnol.
Edith Kjelbeeg, Jutta De Hover. Wil
lie De Pover. Flnicr Hansen. Marguer
ite Huber, Ljibis SehmaJzreid, Esther
Anderson, Henry Sehafcr. Albert
Kasch. Henry Breecbcr, Fred Breech
er. Carl Cowden, John De Pover, Flor
ence Ravanaugh, Mabel Negus. Ed
ward De Pover. Mamie De Pover.
(irace N'egns, Frieda Rtelck. Cora Hcr
man, Andrew Greaser, Mamie Victher.
Ethel Cowden, Rernlce Kelly, Charles
Long. W ill Long. A la Minar !. Charles
Sehleuter, Edward WaBiek, Owen
Bricn, John Johnson.
Arthur Gutzwillcr, Kalph Lindblom,
Virginia Pearson. Bessie G'off, Hattie
Butler, Clara Shean. Henry Shean,
Frieda Pearson, Gertrude Fox, Verona
Durling. Kdward Hiedemann. Kdward
Ilclzbammer. Iry M. Heck. Henry Kim
ble. Esther I'logh. Elmer Sehernau,
Lawrence Sjoquist, Henry Wendt, Ar
thur Johnson, .lost phine Loudon. Frie
da Schmook. Lydia Pealstrom.
Cons I i pa t ion causes two-thirds of
all sickness in tin- world. Hollistcr's
Rocky Mountain Tea positively cure
const ipa i ion. No cure, no pay. 35
cents. T. 11. Thomas' pharmacy.
HAVE YOU A TALKING
M A( Hi N E?
What Are You
Paying For Your
Did you know that we are selling
the finest Gold -Moulded Cylinder Rec
irds, super-hardened b.v a special pro-
;-css, and put up in a patent felt-lined
iiox that does away with the nuisance
of the old style cotton wrapping, for
25 cents Each
Why pay twice as much for inferior
We al-o have a large stot-k of rec
ords for all disc talking machines.
Our prices and terms on both cylin
der and disc machines arc very rea
sonable. W'e keep needles for disc machines
and can supply any grapha phone sup
plies or repairs. Graphaphone head
1609-1C()'.I'L. Second avenue.
Frank A. Fredericks.
Schreirver Shop. 1121 4th
.lobbing promptly done. Win
dow and door screens a specialty.
Satisfaction guaranted. Residence,
415 Eleventh street. did "Phone
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers in hingle and double strength
Blinds and Mouldings. Ve rice red and
Hardwood Flooring of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double strength
Window Glass, Polished Plate, Reveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 and 329
ROCK ISLAND. : : : ILLINOIS.
Agency and Information
207 -W Ilrady St., Davenport. Iowa
Claims, accounts and informations eo
ected everywhere Roth 'phone.
M Tn For Dru
Please write ul
Ullemeyer & Sterling s
Correct Hatters and Clothiers.
Do You Need a Small Loan?
Say an amount from $10 to $500. W'e make a specially of
loans in these amounts and we are prepared to furnish
yoU the money at the lowest rates, for as long a time as
you maj wan! it, with the option of paving it all at any
time, we charging you only for the amount von keep and
t he t i me v ou ha v e it .
Do You Watnt it Quickly?
We can usually arrange it so that you can get the money
the same day you apply for it. Your furniture, piano,
horses, wagons or other personal property, will be secu
rity for what you want, but they are not removed from
your possession. Everything confidential. Rates fufly quoted
in dollars and cents, so that you understand just what tin
loan will cost you for any given time. Let us figure with
you, if you need a small loan.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
MITCIIELL it LVNDF BLOCK, LOOM 38, LOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Office Hours s a. m. to ii p. m. and Saturday evenings. Tele
phone West 1"14. New Telephone
Ircade Cigar Store
JOHN P. SEXTON.
See the sm,,,.;e chamber (A A). All nleotine und dust stop there. The
bowl can be lifted out and the pipe cleaned while, lighted. Stem can
not clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your
nerves or burn your tongue. Made of French briar. You get only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe.
We will be pleased toshow them to you.
samples and get
it reads. Mont J
our price - tin ot
d for :;n years.
- a v ed ft r yon
;i a. m. till 6 p. m
Economy Dental Parlors.
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We have Opened a First Class Bakery
At 1621 Third Avenue.
R.OCK ISLAND BAKEHY
Sjogren 8L Johnson, Proprietors.
Fre h Bread, Fancy Cakes, and Pastry "f all kind: . Short orders
will be taken at any time and delivered to any part of the city
8 We or't Need the Money. Maybe You Do?
8 Money loaned on all articles of value,
a few exceptional bargains in diamond.
320 Twentieth St. 'Phone creen LAS.
Harper House Block.
Rock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
The people can now have
Bridge Work done by tier lata
invention without pain or
grinding of teeth; can be re
moved and placed at will, to
in- cleaned. We an- the only
dentists in 'le city that do
this work, a- it is our patent
an improved method. Come
ami see our tli-plav case of
work. Fridge work ( DCf
Remember the name, it means as
iinda;. - '. to 12.
A trial is all we ask. We have
Stpels i,nan Office