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THIS ARGUS. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904.
Sun bur iv
The best thing to relieve the
smarting and burning at once,
stop the puffing up, take out the
soreness and prevent peeling, is
We make it :mong hundreds
of different toilet preparations
that we sell. We have never
found a single one that is any
more satisfactory for tan or
Telephone for it.
H. O. ROLFS,
Old Panama Ha-ts
Blocked and Cleaned
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
TODAY '8 MARKETS.
Chicago, July . Following are th.
opening, blabaat, lowaat ami claalai
quotations In triBay markets:
I . .1 nil., i .
I"... ls.... 4!'
4'' '4 . 4! '. fill.
I mij' r.
I'.', 47. 4-:. M.
:t: ',. ',.
IS 14, nr.. tt, SS.
I hi i r .
July. 19 !. lvj. 12.90.
September, ia.se, i : 11.85, IS.05.
K.97. 7 .",. S ;7. 7.05.
iiiImt. 7. 1 . .!. 1 , .
j. 7.SS, 7. ". 7..".i
mber, f..". 7 7J. 7 ;o. ,.,.
aRcelpta today: Wheat '. mrn 7.
oats IK. Iios 3L'.0it. attl.- V'Mmi. hi't p
Catlmated reeelpta Friday: Wheat
t orn 124, .its BHO M.OvO.
IIk market opened weak to r.- hnwea
l.lKlit .':; i .'...:. mixed and bllteher
:.. . i :..;i. Kooii-heavy :. r..t'.t. routrii
li. a y &.2t'. .30.
'aitle market opened steady.
sleep mark, t opened steady.
IP';: At Omaha. 2.0fl rattle 2,
IIok. At K:iiufln Ctty, 4. cattle
U. s. Tarda, s:to a. m. Hop market
hi .i k to ." lower. I.lahl 5,:ti .' .5
mixed and butchers ft.3S4BS.6o. good
kaavy .. piGi "..t;2. rough heavy 5.20 (t
Cattle market st. ...ly. It.-.-v, :.: ,,
r..Cc. rows and betters l.404.80. Texas
steers :t 7.". ' r..r.i. stoekers and feeders
Sheep market BtronB to In,- bia"ber
! market toaad Break nnd mostly
lite lower. I.a'il :..2ttf T. ". kiiiiiI h. av.v
U.tvtt r..6. mixed and hut, Ikis
...37. ruiiKb heavy '. tofi ."
Cattle iu m i k t eioaed strong t. 10c
She, ! market closed strong. 10 to ZQc
N. w York. July 7. Tlu- following i
tit' oloataK t)OQtatfonS on the New
York stuck exehaiute:
Sew York. July 7 StiRar 12.. Gas
SS'4. . K. f. A 1. II Southern Pa
rtite. 47,. It. & O.4&IK. Atehts.01 com
mon 7t. AtchlSOa pilfered 4V I.. M
St. I. 144. Manhattan 149S. Oop
per .".04. New York Central 117'n. !
N 1111-, t A A. 3. Rfaflinjr eom -moit
4. Canadian Paeitte lSOlt. B K. T
f S St. 1 nreferred l"1.. I". S.
Stel eommon iov. IV-nna 11". Misourl
Par 1 tie M14. l'ninn I'.ififl.-SI, 'il and
Iron :!'.",. Krie eommon L'44. Wal)asM
j. refer,-, 1 sr.. .-. li v ii4. ininoi
fe11tr.1l i:?3"4. Car Foundry 1..
plltlliS Steel preferred 4 1 W
I. Of At. M.4KKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's Qaotatloav aa ProvUloas. l.ltr
Stoek. Feed and Karl.
Hook Island. July 6. Following; are
the wholesale quotations on the loral
Pre x laloaa.
Butter Creamery ISc 20c, dairy 13c.
Eiras Fresh 14c.
I. : : 9c
Live Poultry Sprin
J .' '. t" r dozen: hens
turkeys lOc per pounii;
t chickens I3fl
Se per pound:
ducks " : f- -
Vegctabii -Now potatoes
Cattle Steers $4.50O$6; cows
heifers 3u$4.Su; calves f3$4.
FIRST GAME IS ON
Rock Island and Bloomington Begin
Their Series at Twelfth
TEAMS ALL IDLE YESTERDAY
rlc I.Uter. Afler Narrow Kxcape Kroi
BIoimI roUiiniax. Will tie tilt
to Play for a Week.
gtaatam i OMOttttOW .
UluuniinKton at Rtxrk Island.
Decatur at Springfield.
Cedar Rapids at Davenport.
Rockford at Dubuque.
AH Karnes scheduled yesterday In
the Three-Eye league were prevented
by rain. The diamond at the Twelfth
tr-et park was pronounced in con
dition for play this alteration and the
locals are having their first contest
of the series with Bloomington.
Manager Conners and his team are
Stopping at the Bock Island hour.e.
having reached the city yesterday
morning, dinners states that his team
;s in better condition than it was when
Rock Island met it last.
The least he expects here Is one of
the gTtmrs played, the one scheduled
for yesterday standing postponed unti!
the final series of the season. Presi
dent Holland having decreed tnat this
shall be the arrangement to be pur
sued throughout the league.
I.Uter lias (lone (nil.
Land in was slated to pitch this af
ternrxui for Rock Island. Hngerman
will continue at first until Lister is
able to return. Pete had a narrow es-caiH-
from blood poisoning, growing
out of an ulcerated corn on the right
foot. His limb had swollen to abnor
mal proirtions. He had a hih fever
also, but this has disappeared, and it
is expected by the attending physi
cian that he will be entirely recover
ed and able, i be back in the game
inside f week. Lister will probably
go for a visit to bis home in Savanna
in the interim.
Ceatrara Holiday Iteeelpts.
Terre Haute. Ind., .Inly 7. The
Fourth of .Inly receipts in the Central
league, which are pooled, will give
$47o to each club. SI more than a
year ago, the total being $ :,7M. Peo
ria bad no morning game, owing to
the delayed arrival of the club. The
receipts were as follows: South Bend,
morning n.ternoon $CS1; Terre
Haute, morning $2vt, afternoon $742:
Wheeling, morning Ifitii. afternoon
$i;:;; Peoria, afternoon $;::.
Mlllasa out mi BaawbalL
Boston, .Mass.. July 7. J. II. Hillings.
lor several years managing director
of the Boston National league team,
with Messrs. Soden and Conant as
partners, has retired from active man
agement of the club's affairs. Here
after President Soden will look out
for the club assisted by William Hod
gers, now assistant treasurer. Mr.
Billings missed the game today for
the first time in years and for the Hrst
time checks made out to the players
were signed by A. H. Soden.
Birmingham, Ala.. July 7. empire
Pfenninger was assaulted yesterday
afternoon after the game between Hir
mhlffhltni and Nachville. Several hun
dred people flocked on the diamond
and it required the efforts of the po
lice to protect the oltieial. The tnill
ble was caused by calling a third
Toiedn tietM MarlarHy.
Milwaukee. Wis.. July 7. The To
ledo team of the American association
has bought Molarity, inflelder for the
Chicago National league team. Mor
iarity has been assigned to play sec
ond base anil will be played for the
first time in the new position today.
ITaaaIHr ( tin-hrr Blaaaa.
Kvansville. Ind., July 7. Frank
Cross, catcher for the Cvansville Cen
tral league team, yesterday eloped
with Miss Sadie Holtman to Princeton.
Ind.. where they were married.
PHtktf Kniiekeri lliinn li l.i-;lilnlns.
Little Rock. Ark.. July 7. Rain
stoppeil the game with Shreveport yes
terday after the fifth inning, with the
score a tie. Lightning during the
fourth inniti"; knocked Pitcher Swann
of the Shreveport team down, and was
also felt by other players, but none
was hurt and all resumed play.
Cirnn llan ((niek oiiiuiiH leu.
San Francisco. Cal . July 7. Michael
Bgaa of Brooklyn, champion band ball
player of the world, has been under
treatment at St. Mary's hospital for
what has developed into quick con
sumption, and while his friends and
physicians have by no means aban
doned hope, it is felt that his struggle
for existence will be desperate,
DUST FROM THE DIAMOND.
It is said Mike Jacobs has started
trouble in the ranks at Davenport.
That's Mike's long suit.
Springfield News: Rockford's pro
test of the morning game. July 4. will
not stick. They did not take the toute
tapped out on the schedule and there
fore lose whatever backing they might
have had from the league.
Decatur Herald: Capt. Fred Clarke
of Pittsburg went from here io Spring
field, where he saw the game. It is
now stated that Clarke asked the
terms for both Case and Brittsen and
was told $1.50 each was the price
Whew, we'll sell Pittsburg piu-hers
cheaiKr than tha
Sprincfield Recistor: The present
standard of achievement of the ex
ponents of the national game repre
senting the city of Springfield has de
lighted the local baseball enthusiasts,
and deservedly so. Winning baseball
is a "fan"-making process here that is
vehemently asserting itself. How the
enthusiasm has spread- spread until
it has affected old and young, veterans
of three-score-and-ten, and office boys
of tender age. who are now devotees
of this popular sport. They exult over
the exploits of favorites on the team,
ami see in their chosen pitchers, catch
ers, fielders and batters the real he
roes of the hour. This wave of base
ball enthusiasm is not confined to
Springfield, hut is atraeting general
interest throughout the country. To
use the vernacular of the baseball en
thusiast, the game in Springfield has
made a "hit."
Will Thomas, of Chicago, is spend
ing a few days with Harry Kessler.
Maj. and Mrs. C. W. Hawes will re
turn from Neenah. Wis., tomorrow.
Mrs. L. Simon and daughter Elsa
departed yesterday lor Ottawa Beach.
J. T. Stafford is attending the dem
ocratic national convention at St.
John Geyser left this morning for
St. lntis to visit the exposition for a
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Willitts, of
Paris. Mo., were the guests of Rock
Island relatives today.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Holmes, of Chi
cago, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Crawford, of
Omaha, Neb., are the guests of Mrs.
Crawford's brother, J. J. Tublis.
H. H. Jenkins and family, of Mur
physboro. III., are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Grief.
Misses Ella and Cora DeBord, of
Madison. Wis.. leave tonight for their
home afler a three weeks' visit here.
Miss Minnie Pogarty departed this
morning for her home in Decatur after
a few days' visit with Hock Island
Miss Flora IfcfSoff departed this
morning for her home in Cedar Rapids
after a brief visit with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Peters ar
rived in Hock Island last night from
their home in Galesburg to ntal.e a
Dr. C. C. Manning and family ar
ried home last evening-after a visit
of three weeks at Minneapolis and Si
Paul and the northern lake resorts.
.Mrs. Alphonse Alosenfelder and
daughter Blanche are expected home
this evening from New York City.
Miss Blanche baa been attending Wei
William Bartz. who has been cm
ployed in the local offices of the Adams
United States Express company, left
ibis afternoon for Oskaloosa. I
where he is to have charge of the of
flee of the company.
William Breed, who has for some
rime been connected with the local
freight office of the Rock Island road,
leaves this evening for Minneapolis,
where he is to take a position in the
freight office of the same road.
Lieut. W. J. Penfield, stationed at
flock Island since last September, has
been relieved by the chief of ordnance
and detailed for duty at WatertoVn
arsenal, mar Boston. Lieut. Penfield
left Tuesday evening for his new post
IH' was accompanied by his wife and
PKORIA SENDS ITS FIRST
PATIENT TO ASYLUM HERl
Peoria Journal: The frrst insane
person from the county to be commit
ted to the insane asylum at Water
town, in accordance with the recent
decision of the State Board of Chari
ies to transfer Peoria from the Jack
sonville district to that in which Wat
ertown is located, was ordered com
tnitted by Judge Slemmons yesterday
rfternoon. The patient In question Is
Mary Ellen Barrey. about .14 years
of age. who was discharged from Jack
sonville last September as improved.
!t is said that she was not really much
improved at the time, hut was sent
borne at the solicitation of her mother,
who lives at 1'2:'. North Madison ave
nue. She suffers from acute melan
cholia, and spends most of her time
praying. She will be taken to Water
town at once.
Gadski on Concert Tour.
Mme. Johanna Gadski will make her
Ir.-t American transcontinental tour in
SOBMSert and song recital this coming
ICSSon under the management of Ixni
Ion G. Charlton. Mme. Gadski has
lOpod for a number of years to devote
me season to concert work, but her
peratic engagements have prevented,
rbia spring by reason of what she be
'i m s to be a breach on contract on
Mr. Conreid's part. Mme. Gadski can
elled her association with the Metro
lolitan Opera company, and refused
me brilliant offer from H. W. Savage
o sing Kun-iry in his English produc
im of Parsifal, in order that nothing
night interfere with the plan for tin
ntirc season of concerts. Beginning
'n November with an engagement a ith
the Boston Symphony orchestra. Mme.
Badskl will give recitals in New York
ind Boston, then go direct to the Pa
cific coast by way of the northwestern
cities. She will fill 12 or 15 dates
from Vancouver, B. C. to San Diego
Cala and return by way of Texas and
1 all the principal cities in the interven
ing territory. Her tour will comprise
about concerts and evien.I through
All the news all the time
TRIAL IS DEFERRED
But One of Twenty Cases Against J.
W. Warr to be Heard at Pres
ent Term at Cambridge.
COHTIinJAlICE IN THE OTHERS
Attoruryu for Vn-uwd Allowed I mil
atsaaaj to Prrparr Thrlr
J. W. Warr will be tried on only
one of the 20 indictments for embez
zlement returned against him by the
zrand jury here at the present term
of the circuit court at Cambridge, a
continuance having been allowed in
the remaining cases by Judge F. D.
Under the statutes it was compul
sory on the prosecution to proceed
-ith all the cases without delay, and
continuance could not have been al
lowed unless the motion came from
the defense. Accordingly, it was of
fered by C. J. Searle. chief counsel for
Warr, who further requested that the
:rial on the indictment that the pros
ecution desired to go ahead with be
lef erred until Monday of next week to
permit of preparation of the facts to
be submitted by the defense to the
jury. This was allowed also.
HMOi-intin I imr la Flrsl.
The indictment on which Warr will
ye tried at this term is the one alleg
ng the embezzlement of f 20.04)0 of the
funds of the Moline Building, Lean &
Savings association, of which the ac
cused had served as secretary for
.learly a quarter century. No sensa
tional features are expected to be de
veloped beyond those that have np
ear4W in the preliminaries. Warr, it
s claimed, is unable to give an ac
iOUnting for the money that he is
harged with misappro mating, and
little evidence can be Been red to fur
tiish any enlightenment on this phase
if I he case.
sunk In Private iIiimIiiomn.
Aside from serving as an oflieial of
he building ami loan association Warr
SOUdueted a publishing business, and
t is presumed that it was into the
alter that he sunk the greater portion
f the $100,4)00 of the funds of the as
sociation and iis clients thai he is
barged with having made away with
luring I he years that he served as the
leeretary of the association.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
W. L. Pet.
Joston 42 12 .!.riC
'ew York 4n S3 .035
Chicago :: 2 .5X2
Cleveland l ::2 27 .ri2
Philadelphia "J2 31 ,508
St. Louis 27 .450
Detroit 27 36 .4:55
Washington 11 51 .177
W. L. Pet.
New York Ill 17 .742
Chicago 38 20 92
Cincinnati :',C, 27 .571
Pittsburg 35 29 .fli"
St. Louis :::: ::i .r,ic
Brooklyn 2S 42 .4in
Boston 20 4 2 ."S2
Philadelphia 10 17 .254
YESTERDAY'S RES I 1. IS.
Boston. : Washington, 0.
New York, 7: Philadelphia. 1.
Chicago, 4: Pittsburg.
I; Boston, 2.
3; Cincinnati. 0;
A II B R I C A N A B804 "I A T ION.
St. Paul. 7: Columbus. E.
Kansas City, 1 ; Indianapolis. 0.
Minneapolis. 5; Louisville, 4;
Denver. 9; Colorado Springs. 0.
Des Moines, St. Joseph, 2.
'Wheeling. 12; Dayton. 4: (first
Dayton. 2; Wheeling. 1; (second
Fort Dodge. 1 ; Marshalltown, Q.
Boone, 3; Waterloo, 0.
TOO MUCH FOR PAIR OP EYES
In many respects the Barnum & Bail,
ey show is remarkable. The tents have
a foot -rest for every seat. The ring
performances are bo numerous and at
tractive that it is a very difficult mat
ler for the spectator to see them all.
At one time nearly as many as a dozen
acts of an exceptional character are in
rogress, each one of stich a wonderful
Uind and of such a high onler of merit
as to justify its presentation by Itself
alone. Every act is really a feature in
itself. There are so many of these
special features and high-class acts
going on at once that all the spectator
'an do is ,o rivet thei,- attention on one
of them at a time, which will be suf
ficient to stamp the entertainment as
the greatest ever seen. If only one of
the three equestrian rings or one of
the three elevated stages ! watched
by the visitor he will see just 20 acts
of the show, for that number takes
place in each of the rings and upon the j
stages, to make up the full complement
f nearly one hundred. If one will con-j
sider at all the wonderful array of at- j
tractions set before the patrons it
hardly seems possible to give so much
for so small an admission price. The
two menageries themselves are fully
worth what is asked to see everything
Then the curious human freaks and
the queer entertainment in the menag
erie tents is another complete exhibi
tion, and one so full of novelty a::d so
instructive to everybody as to prove a
notable show in itself. Three tu rds of
elephants also afford much aranae
ment, while the tricks of nearly one
hundred trained horses are really
amazing. Two droves of camels and
many cages of rare wild animals give
the children and others useful knowl
edge, while many sensational and
thrilling races and aerial displays af
ford satisfying reereatioiv for every
body. Clowns without number cause
constant laughter, so that all classes
of patrons are amused, awed, thrilled,
and bewildered, but none so much a
the critic, who wonders how it can ail
be given for so small an admission
And so. take it all around, it is a re
markable American show which every
one should see on July 2.". A big team
of 4" horses driven by one man. will be
seen in the street parade, in the morning.
The Col. A. Mackenzie left this
morning for St. Ixv,:is.
The steamer J. S. will take an after
toon excursion to Muscatine July 31.
The steamer Winona will bring an
excursion from Clinton to this city
July 25, the day of Barn urn ft Bailey's
The St. Paul will be up Lorn St.
'.litis tomorrow morning at 10 o'clocV
The Dubuque will be here Saturday
morning at 0 o'clock from St. Paul.
The lighthouse steamer Lily is ex
pected to arrive this evening or in
the morning on her way north.
Only very slight changes in the Mis
sissippi will occur between Dubuque
TVng'r U'ght Ch'ge
Line 8 a.m. 24 brs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 14 4.S 0.1
Red, Wing II 3.0 :i.l"
Heeds Landing I '-' 5.1 : 0 -
La Crosse 12 C2 -0.1
P. du Chien 18 6.5 0.0
Dubuque is 7.2 .
Le Claire 10 4.S :0.1
Davenport 15 6.0 :.'J
J)es Moines Rapids.. .. '".1
Eveokuk 15 6.5
St. Louis 30 21.0 0.9
Kansas City 21 23. 1 :n.r.
Boats down: Quincy. A. J, Whitney,
'tilth and Winona. Boats up: Percy
Swain. A. J. Whitney. H. D. Kendall.
& Iiui ledge. Ruth and Winona. Stage
f water: At 6 a. m.. 6.05; at 12
LECOMPTC WINNER IN THE FIRST
lilt 473 TWrseta Omi of inr, at latrr
atatc Shoal : w laoaa.
Winona, Minn.. July 7. C. O. a?
compte, of Eminence, Kans.. won first
in the interstate shoot which closed
here yesterday. Inning J7:: out of 4!C.
... C. Parker, of Minneapolis, was first
!n the amateur class with 17".
Steamers "Illinois," "Kansas"
and the new steel steamship
Fov.r Weekly Sailings
to all northern Michigan resorts
Daily to Pentwater, Ludington
gRock Island to Charlevoix,
Petoskey, Bay View and Har
bor Springs and return,
Mackinac Island and return,
MKAI.S AMI HKKT-I I NCI.I I1KD,
For folders and tickets, see
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A., C K. I. P. K. R.
Rock Island, III.
The Domestic Garbage Burner
company of Kalamazoo, Michi
gan, will sell you a garbage
burner tha attaches to your
kitchen rangs or conk siove,
which will hum your potato
parings, melon rin Is. bones,
sweepings, and refuse of all
kind.-, without odor or expebse.
The device for gas or gasoline
stoves has a water tank or
warming oren attachment if de
CAN BE OPERATED FOR
LESS THAN A CENT
Positively th'- greatest Inven
tion of the age. i'ric from
ffc.00 to $12.'' eompiete. depend
ing on style. Trial of :'. days
given free. Send f..r booklet
and descriptive matter.
DOMESTIC GARBAGE BURN
Kalamazoo. Michigan, U. S. A.
rr:-t. 11 J
B. kupcaa.mcr 4 0
Do Yovi Wevnt To Pfvy What Yovi Owe?
u no yon need any money for some future event, whlcb yon ?rt
y will not he prepared for. iu
about ii. Don 'I figure on borrowing the money from ua
to put in the hank. Yon cannot afford to do this, but if
yon want a small sum of money to tide yon over some
temporary difficulty, we can help you out.
g We Will Loan You
on your household furniture, piano, horses, wagons, or
other personal proper:, without, publicity ami without
removing them. Any amount from $10 upwards, Any ,
time from one month Io one year. Payments to suit your
eonvenience. Repay the whole amount ai your opiion
and pay only for the lime you have had the use of the
money. Let us tell you about it. We'll send our eonli
dential agent to see you. if you cannot call here.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
MlT('lli:i,L & LYNDE BLOCK",
Otliee Honrs 8 a. m. to C p. in. and Saturday evenings,
phone West 1514. New Telephone 6011.
avaaa.ai aj Sa.laaasavansSh.S
Fovmd At Last.
Bt, -r- t'
tooth, guaranteec for 20 year:-.
it reads. Money snved for yoj.
Office hours. :i a. m. till (' p. m. Sundays : to 12.
Economy Dental Parlors
1510' Second Avenue. .Over Finne's Sioe Store.
OOOOOOOCOOOOCOOOOOOOCK50000 XOOOOOO00OOOOr'y.X300O j
II. K. CASTEEL,
L. I MUDOB,
Vb . President.
&citral Trust s Savings Baik
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDflB STATE LAW.
;,.'!.. I SKM-lt glOO.OlMt.
C". J. Lark in.
j. J. LaVelle,
If. b. Cast el,
L. D. Mndce,
H. H. Clesveland,
Mary K. Robinson,
I! I) Sit -vrv.
if. v. Tremann,
TRUST DEi'A ItT.M LNT.
Mpta tea and property of ail kinda are mosjged by this depart
ment, which is kepi entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act ;.s execntdf of and trustee under Wills. Ad
miniutrator. I':ar.ian ami Oins'jrvator of Estates.
Receiver and asbignee of fnsorrent -,. Com r;I financial
agent for non-residents, women, iuva::i' , a:.', on. is.
Coat and Pants
OoJy,tlie latter with
Cuff and Belt Straps.
Fabric s ai r litflit col-
red 11 omcsp u as,
Cheviots and Flan-
Ullemeyer & Sterling's
Outing Coats have
padded s h o u 1 tiers
a n ri s4lf-r--tainintf
fronts. Look at our
$5, $8.50 and
a financial way? If bo, see ns
KOOM ns, ROCK ISLAM), ILL.
The people ean now have
Bridge work done by our late
invention without pain or
grinding 'if teth; can be re
moved anil plared at will, Io
dentistfl in Hie city that do
this work ns ii is our patent
an improved method. Come
and see our dtaplay case of
work. Bridge work $3.00 per
Remember (he name, means as
All Run Down.
There is nothing better when you
are in that condition (ban a good
cordial. But it. must be Kd. We
pride ourselves on our excellent
Btock of Fine Wines and Liquors of
all kinds, and if you will only eonie
to us when the doctor prescribes,
you will be sure of K"ling the
Best, Our prices are more reason
able than yon will find elsewhere.
II. U. SIMMON,
I nl Iner-t I'aid a Irpiull.
II. I). Mark,
M S lleagy,
II. It. Simmon.