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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1004:
A Girl's Charms
art- always increased by the ju
dicious wearing f finf jewelry.
A pin, brooch, chain or pendant,
if of elegant design, adds a fin
ishing touch to her personality
that is always irresistible. By
selecting what is required from
the stock carried by J. Ramscr
you will have the latest in style
and best in workmanship. Hun
dreds of designs in brooch and
Manufacturing Jeweler and
Inspector for C, R. I. &. P.
Opposite Harper House.
When you are once well dressed
for the day, think no more of it
Lord Clieslcrtcld to his son.
You'll be well
noon, and night,
when you wear the
clothes bearing this
C Equal to fine custom-made
in all but price. J The makers"
guarantee, and ours, with
every garment. J We are
Exclusive Agents in this city.
" You Know Us
I Fresh 1
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PEACH, LEMON AND
MINCE PIES AT .
WE ALSO HAVE A g
OF HOME MADE CAN
LERS. PLOWS, AND
STACY'S BON BONS
AND CHOCOLATES IN .
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American Ins. Co ,
Continental Ins. Go
Agricultural Ins. Co....
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New Hampshire Ins. Co
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.Newark, N. J.
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Security Ins. Co..
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New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. . .Rockford, 111.
Office Room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time tried companies
represented. Ra'cs as low as
any reliable company
VOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
But Augustana Was Too Man
by Odds of 25
GAME IS HOTLY
UCSliy rumonng un ooin ones mo-i
line Defeats Davenport Sat
urday. In a spirited game on Ericsson field
Saturday afternoon. Augustana f;oi
ball team defeated the team of Cornell
college, of Mount Vernon. Iowa, by a
score of 23 to fi.
The game was one of remarkable in
terest, and at no time until the Jast R;jck Johnson
few minutes of play could it be saidip-jrn
with certainty that August ana had se 1 iiergren
cured the victory. The Cornell bos. summary: Augustana Touchdowns,
though slightly handicapped in weight, , piirn. Bergren. I.ofgren.Swenson; safe
played a sturdy game, and compelled I tic3- Swenson; goal. Esley Johnson, 2.
Augustana to earn every inch ofif;0rnell Touchdowns. Matthews. 1;
ground. goals, Matthews." 1. Umpire Drown.
The game was witnessed by a large : ru-fene Williams. Head linesman
crowd and the sidelines were lined j p'red Peterson.
witn e-ninusiasue rooters ior oo: a
teams. Cornell kicked off. Iofgren re
turning the ball 25 yards. Short gains
kept the ball in the possession of the
Augustana boys, and by a series of
swift and successful plays the ball was
sent across the line, carried by Ixf
cren. MiiiittMinl Hun Hjr Miitthrvtn.
Again Cornell kicked off to Augus
tana. The locals held the ball for a
short time, when a fumble lost the baU
to Cornell. Captain Matthews, of t! :
visiting team, secured the ball, sin 1
made the sensational run of the day.
scoring the only points for the Cornell
team. He kicked the goal, .and tie
score stood to 5 in favor of the vis
itors, the goal kick having failed on
Augustana's first touchdown. The lo
cal loys went into the game with add
ed energy, and from that time on Cor
nell's gains were few. Fumbling on
the part of the local players twice Vn-t
the ball and netted the visitors ga'ns
of from 4" to 45 yards. Once whin
the ball was lost to Cornell in the f'.r.' t
half, a good run was made by Captain
Matthews. On the first play called,
however, he himself lost the ball to
Ai'.gustana on a fumble. The locals
followed their advantages rapidly, and
Piirn. lofgren ami Swanson were Kent
through Cornell's line for touchdown..
ViMlturx l.onn on I'lintloK- I
Th visitors several times were com-!
pelbl to resort to punting, a feature
of the game at which they slightly out
classed their local opponents. Nelson.,
the big half back of Cornell, and Cap- I
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mi ,,MMmymm am
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tain Matthews, who. by the way. was
during the summer a professional base
ball player with the Rockford leagrue
team, were the star features of the
j-am-?. Her ere n did the individual star
work for :he locals, though all of the
members of the team performed In a
manner that was deserving of com
mendation. The fumbling, on both sides, was the
only disagreeable feature cf the game.
i This is one particular in wir.c.i t.ie
! Augustana tcir.i is weak, though the
'handling of the ball was better bint
Saturday than in former (.'anus.
I !! TramiiArr ( nmwunl.
The lineup of the two teams is as
A. Johnson . .
Nevst.rom . .
S wen son . . . .
. Max we'd
. . Collins
. . . IVadle
. . . Nelson
. .1. e.. .
. . c.
. . r. g. . .
. . r. t
. .r. e. . .
. b-. -.
. 1. h. . .
r. h. b.
f. h. b.
To I'lny IT on mo ul h 'I hnnkatlvini;.
Thanksgiving day the team of Au
gustana will meet Moainouth college at '
Monmouth, and arrangements are be
ing made to take a special train from I
Rock Island for the accommodation of
the iitulents who wish to go. It is ex-
pected that several hundred rooters
will accompany the team.
moi.im: itKFinrs iMtortmr.
Iwan A re Illnnkrri ."s to On r-Mlnt
The Moline high school football team
on Saturday afternoon defeated the
Davenport high school team in a de
cidedly one-sided battle n th Moline
field. The score at the end of the
game stood to . Over two iho-.is-r:id
people witnessed the contest,
which was anticipated to be one of t'.ie
closest of the season. Moline kicked
to Davenport, but after a few line
plunges the visitors lost the ball. .Mo
line made fast gains, until on Daven
port's 15-yard line they were held for
downs. A pr.nt by Davenport g;iv-.
Moline the bali. and Kg:t:'n the
gains brought the brill bark t.. the ,i:ie.
and Hedin was sent ovi r the line- ti"
the first touchdown. From thrt t:;n
on. the game was but a series of rapid
plays. Marine's ball, and s.not'ier ronc.i
lown ha 1 been secured. Moline v. ;
several times penalized for ofi'sid"
plays. On!v one fumble was larde
that resulTv-d seriously for e!ihor
I;i the puntiiig game Davert-oit had
EDGDDVtf Lcsfi Ml a m Urn
somewhat the best of the argument.'
though neither side resorted to tais
method of advancing the ball to any
extent. Molme s work on offensive,
was remarkable, and considerable im
provement was noticed since the game
with Rock Island.
Snprrlor Work By Moline.
The Moline boys out-classed their
opponents in weight and outnlayed
! them at almo-d every point of the
I game. Judging from the results of the
' game in Moline Saturday. Rock Island
will cloe the season wn:i a victory
from Davenport on Thanksgiving day.
The Tneup was as follows:
Mo'ine Position Davenport
Hcdgson re Bromelee
Haas rt Rarnhardt
Dewrosc rg Pruggcman
I.imburgh e. Gamble
Mel in Is- Groacn
Albert sen U Davis
Griffin lc Preston
P.ercr?n rb Holliday
Hedin f Porter
Mortensou rhb Kenison
Towndrow Ihb. Hindrickson
Summary Touchdowns. Hedin.
Towndrow, 1: Albertsou. 2; Griffith. 1;
goal kicks," Bergin. 3.
Referee. Preston. Davenport; um
pire. Koehler. Moline; timers, Meiers,
Moline; Myers. Davenport.
At Amherst, Mass. Amherst. 40;
Holy Cross, .
At Cleveland Case School, 11: Ohio
At Oberlin Oberlin, 12; western
At Lawrence Kansas. "1; Notre
At La Fayette Purdue. H4; In-l:ana
At Lincoln Nebraska, 17; Iowa. f.
At Cambridge Harvard, 0; Dart
At Ithica Cornell. 5"; Lehigh. 5.
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 22;
La Fayette, 0.
At New Haven Yale. 22; Brown, n.
At Madison Wisconsin. 3C; Beloit.
At Chicago Chicago. OS ; Texas. 0.
At Columbus Ohio State University,
ft; Illinois. 440.
At Ann Arbor Michigan, 3C; Drake,
At West Point West Point, (1;
At Annanolis Cadets. 20; Pennsyl
vania StaK college. .
At Cedar Falls State Normal. 75
Coe colloge. V
A novel feeling of leaping, bounding
iiiiDuls.-s goes through your body. You
fe". young. :'n l are young, after tak
ing Hollis'er's Rocky Mountain Tea. :5
n :s. tea or tablet. T. H. Thomas
BRIDE FOR ONE
Ralph R. Georgia Flies With a
Pretty Woodmen Office
ARE MARRIED AT GALESBURG
Leaver Behind One Who
Looked On ar. Wife
Leaving behind one who had been
looked on as his wife since he came
to Rock Island four years ago to take a
position as an auditor at the head office
of the Modern Woodmen society, Ralph
R. Georgia went to Galesburg Thurs
day evening of last week and was mar
ried to Miss Janice Golden, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Golden, of Bar
stow. The announcement of the marriag-?
caused a sensation among the em
ployes at the Woodmen headquarters
and in the circles in which Georgia
had moved with the woman passing as
his wife. Georgia and his young bride,
after the ceremony at Galcsburg. de
parted for Muncie. Ind., his former
home, and where they wPl remain
Woon Her nl Uundinfn Office. I
The affair between Georgia and the
young woman that he has just wedded
had its beginning over the desks in
the big building down on Fifteenth
street and Third avenue, where both
were employed. She was a brown-
eyed beauty, lately out of school, and
accomplished musically. When the re
ports of the devotion that the young
woman from Barstow was receiving
front Georgia reached his domicile at
328 Twentieth street, where he lived
with his supposed wife and her sister
there were scenes that resulted in the
temporary estrangement of the couple
hat had been admired by their friends
s one of the happy young married
pairs of the city.
Head Clerk C. "W. Hawes, nevet
luestioning that Georgia was married
vhen he learned of his escapades with
;he young brown-eyed clerk from Bar
-tow, notified the latter, who was then
n vacation, that she need not return
:o her duties until sent for through
'iim. believing this to be the easier
method of terminating an unfortunate
nfatuation. But this did not end the
;-orn! On Indefinite I.enve A I no.
There were clandestine meetings in
the evenings, and a clerk at the Wood
nen office this morning recalled a foot
race on the Fifteenth street side ol
the Woodmen building a few weed s
ago in which Georgia and the lvr
women were the participants. Georgia
asked for a 00-day leave of absence,
which was granted, with the under
standing that he was not to return nn
ril notified to do so, which in effect
vas a dismissal the same as in the
"aso of Miss Golden.
At the Woodmen oflk-o the impres
iion is that Georgia will not be back
'here again. He is a son of a former
Tiember of the society's auditing com
mittee. He was considered one of the
.nost efficient clerks at the head office
Hum Obtained n Dlvnrrr.
An Argus reporter called at Geor
gia's former home on Twentieth s!rc
his afternoon, and was told that Mrs
Georgia was free to marry again, hav
ing obtained a divorce from his firs:
wife. "I do not care to enter into th
details," said the former Mrs. Geor
gia. "There has been enough talk an
candal, and for the present, nt least
prefer that there be nothing furtbet
said. Mr. Georgia and I are no long--man
and wife. Some weeks ago, wh
away from the city, he secured a di
vorce, and hence was free to marry th(
young woman with whom he bft thi
city, and to whom I understand he w;
wedded at Galesburg. Later on I ira;
have more to say publicly."
BISHOP HARTZELL SEES
GREAT FUTURE FOR AFRICA
Tells of Dark Continent in a Scrtnor
at Fire Methodist Church
Bishop Ilrrtzcll. m'ss'onpry to Afr
ca from the Method;.-! ITpIscopa
church, delivered the morning sermon
at the First Methodist church in Roci
Island yesterday, and at th Firs
Methodist chtirch in Moline la.i even
:ng. The bishop is a former reside!.
of this county, and his aged moth
till resides in Mol.ne. During th
summer Bishop Hartell has been ii
he 1'nited Sta'es. having attended th
ieneral conference of th? churcti a1
ts Angeles. Cal. He has been spf-ii'i
ng the last few months in travel abou
the western states, and leaves shortly
"o resume his work in central Africa.
The bishop yesterday njorn'np
ireached a missionary sermon. taVin;:
is his text, the eighth verse of th
second Psalm, "Ask of me, and I si'al
jive tht-e the- heathen for thine in
lerltance. and the uttermost parts o
he earth for thy possessions."
The bishop declared this to Je the
nly place in the bible where there is t
"ommand to pray. The bishop preach
d a powerful sermon from the text
md introduced many Lttle incidents
of his experience in the hart of Af
rica. He gave the audience accurate
sketches of the people, and declared
that for centuries Africa ha been th
"dark continent." He declared that
IS ,.:-. .. : Af-x-V..:-.l viSS
Only a few weeks mere and the great Fair will be
a thing of the past.
Never in the history of the world have so many of its
treasures been brought together. Can you afford to miss
If you have been once, wouldn't it pay you to go
again? You did not see it all. It isn't far away.
The Rock Island trains stop at main entrance to th
Reduced rates daily. Ask about them.
Africa's period of prosperity and civil
ization was just in its earliest stages,
but predicted a great future for the
He delighted his harer, with the
sketches of the p-op!o's of the coun
try, and or the oriental countries, eacn
incident being used to point ot.t a les
son from the text. He closed by giving
an account of the efforts being made
to establish a missionary hospital, and
made a plea in its interest.
SEQUEL TO DREYFUS
CASE IS COLLAPSED
Government Declines to Prosecute
Officers For Purchase of
Paris. Nov. 7. Th" sensational trialj
of four officers attacked to the military
information bureau eharg'-l with ap-j
propriating funds which were used to
secure evidence agatnsj ureyius -anie
to an abrupt end to-lay when the gov
ernment announced it had abandemed
e'lii. ai;. Nov. 7 - KoI'mwIiir are the
pening. Ingle-Hi, tw-tt fuel cltiiif
I uita t ions in today's tnnrkets:
I f e:l. r. 1 II 4. II"--, 111V 111' '.
May. ill1, ii .. 111'. 1IV
n-.-. nil r. ts". 1S7. 4S',. 4'
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.May. 1 1 '
Jandary. U'.:,2. 12.i7. 1 2..r.. l-'
.May. 1. ".'. lJ.ti".. 12.i.'..
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May. 7 17. 7 2
. 7 :i
.lainiiirv. i;.2. 'i."i2. '. 4 7. .." 2 .
Mav. Hi,;. .','. 'I.t.7.
!ti- ieis tod.iv: Wh-at V.. -.rn 13S.
;its 1V, hKS iltl- 2 1 .Hi). she-l
...si I rria led ret-1 .x Tiieyiliv: Whent
J. enrti 14.1. oals 1 he-us 1 .,"' .
!l"f ni.irk't nm-in-'l s'i-;'ly at Satur
l.iv'w do-. Lls:l:t 4-To :,. 1 mixed ami
l'i t-hers 4. 7." r'i :". '. Ki-ri havy 4-'i"'!l
",. J. roiih heavy 1 4 S.'..
'attle market opened stmijr. ' t
I in- hitle r
HIii-i p mal k' t "' r.eil te;ttv
Hi-K.- " eirnnl.a ::.mni. entile !'.
Ulf at Kansas 'ity !..), eatll.- 7.
V"l. I". S. Virdi. x-4' a rn ll'tf mirket
iw. Ilht 4 7". ii :.. tnlxeil ami
r..teterrt 4.70ir,.l:, i;..oil heavy 4. ;
"i.l' e-.-ih ti'avy .ur,, 7-
4'nttle mark'-t t r r i ir t" l- hltiher.
- e V 7 i 7. -I'', i ''-.v fiirl ;-if-r! l.'"
( 4 1". Tex si s"-i-r 2 .-'''
rSh--ej. market tiM'lv
Ii7 market c!.''I . Inrver. t-ffht
4.7". '-i ;.:,. mixe.J n) t. it- t.erM 4.7t
5. 1 tfe.nl teavv 4 -!''(."-. I it. fiUKh tieavy
4. I-)'!; 4 7".
'"att!- r.iarket ei -l wt'-a.lv
Sheep ma:ket el.ixe.i -trint, 1 "e
Nrw York Jttu-ka.
V...V Vo'V. Nov. 7. Suirar 14.".'. elan
10SH. C, R. I. Ac P. 31'. Southern Pa-
a Belt Coa.i?
They are the acme of swellness and
very becoming to dressy young men.
It is not too early to think about the
Winter Overcoat. Lots of people are
buying them now getting the choicest
selections cr!y cncc-;h to t-e sure
From S12.50 to $25
Transfers to you one of the
Tovinist or Belt
calls for Overcoat length this season.
We have it in a great variety of styles
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
: S. F. Boyd,
D. P. A., Davenport, la.
T5he dintfest and
most charming qf
ments in photog
raphy. I lb urn at
win.- priise when
ever seen. A ccv.Il
will convince you.
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el lie H K- ii AtetilHon t-oni-
mori fct;7. Atehlsejn in'ferteil l'l'i. (' .
M. A St. I 17.'. Mai.hHttan lfi'. Cop
per 72 V VV. I' Tel. . !ti7. N. V. (n
tral 13".. I.. & S. H!3. Kea.lmic common
74'. e'atiailian I'aeilli- I Jit ' , , Leather
f i.mme.ri 13. Ii. H T. S'.4. i 'aelflr- Ma i I
41. I". S St-e preferref! KI!V f. S Steel
eommon Ii ". " , l'erina 1 ?.T. Mlsn-.lirl
I'aeifie lull',, friloti I'aeKn- 1 1 1 t , Coal
A- Iron ;77i.. i:rte common ::'J 7X . Wa -l.afli
preferiei! 4 3".. '. v e; V. ::!V Il
linois Ci-nlr.il 113V Car Foundry l"i1-;.
Republic Steel prefireij iii, Itepubln;
!. Al. MtllKUT CO.N'DITIOWS.
Tualsr'a (tuolallftmt on I'rotlalona, I.lve
Stork l-'erd nail l-'iirl.
Rock fvland. Nov. 7. l-'ollowlriK are
the wlioli-Hale quotations in the local
I'rotlsloaa aad i'roilure.
F'.utter e'reamery. 1' . dairy, 19.
Live I'oultry Sprlnic chickens. c per
roi'tid. herin. 7- per pound, due kit,
turkkevK. 10 1 1e.
du'-kH Ke; turk'-vn lOt llc.
Vegetable-! l'otatoert 30- 35c.
Ftred aad Karl.
;rain New corn 4 - 42c; oati, 30(
Forage Timofhv ha v. Jlt. tl I 0 ;
lunlrie tl't ni4r lit :.ti: i-traw d t0 J7 00.
Wood Hard T l"d. t'j.'i'l'Q Ji.iO.