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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1905.
FOR THIS SEASON
WAS NEVER MORE AT
TRACTIVE. 6EE OUR
LINE OF WATCHES. JEW
ELRY AND NOVELTIES.
OPPOSITE HARFER HOUSE.
New 'Phone 5093.
You owe it to yourself and fam
ily to save whenever and wher
ever you can. We are saving our
customers money every day. Get
in line and have your share.
Tomato -s. solid pack. 3 runs. .
3 cans for
1'umpkin. l:ist full's park.
3 tans for 2."e
K.irdin-s in oil. 6 for 25e
Fruit Jams, all flavors, 3 Jars 2."e
Ammonia, househedd. quart
bottle, p-r quart lOe
Corn Starch, per lb. pky 5e
Fins, bright, cltan fruit. 3
pk;s. for IS.""
Honey in comb, whit clover
kind. J lbs. lor
F. R. Kuschmann,
2207 Fourth Ave.
Old phone 2iiS nnt, .fw .VI .13.
NICEST, LATEST AND LARG
EST ASSORTMENT IN THE
STUFFED CHICKENS AND
DUCKS, WALKING RABBITS
AND CHICKENS, PANORAMA
EGGS, CANDY EASTER EGGS
AND A GREAT MANY MORE
THINGS THAT THE LITTLE
ONES WILL APPRECIATE.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
LOANS FOR SALE
On -rll Improved farms In sums
of up to J.fw. Security
carefully inspected before loans
are made. Call or write
H. M. HENLEY, ATTORNEY,
SO, 31. 32 Masonic Temple. Dav
1716-1718 Second Avenue. (
WIN IN FAST 'GAME
Hagerrpan Hplds Clintpo. Inde
pendents to Paif of
SCORE OF CONTEST IS 3 TO 1
Tied up to the Ninth Inning, When
Rock Island Gets Two
Clinton, Iowa, April 19. The Rock
Island Three-Eye league team defeat
ed the Clinton Independents yesterday,
in a fast game, by a score of 3 to 1.
Hagerman pitched for the Rock Island
team, and held the locals down to two
hits. Eul twirled for the Independents,
the visitors getting eight hits off his
delivery. McConnell and Smith were
he respective catchers. McConnell
and Wanner carried oft the hatting
honors for the visitors. The score Ly
R;ek Island 0000 0 10022 8 2
Clinton 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1
Dnvrniiort, 4; Oakalixma. 7.
The Oskaloosa team of the Iowa
state league defeated the Davenport
team yesterday, 7 to 4. The sco: :
Davenport 300 1 00000 4 5 5
Oskaloosa 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 0 0 7 7 1
Patteries Morrison. Schneiberg,
Wallace and Niemann; Erickson.
Coates and Mood v.
DUST OF DIAMOND
STANDING OF CLUBS.
New York 3 0
Philadelphia 2 0
Cleveland 1 0
Chicago 3 1
St. Louis 1 3
Washington 1 3
Detroit it 1
Boston 0 3
Philadelphia 3 0
New York 2 0
Pittsburg 3 1
Chicago 2 2
St. Imub 2 2
Host on 1 2
Cincinnati 1 3
Brooklyn n 4
Boston, 4; Brooklyn, 2.
Washington, 1: Boston, 0.
Morning game Boston 2, Brooklyn 1.
Have von voted on the name contest
Turnipseed and Barto, both outfield
ers, have been given their release by
Manager Haye-j as members of the
Davenport team. Their releases cam J
not through any fault of theirs but
because there were too many men on
t lie team and during the customary
weeding out process at this time of
the year some one had to go and the
managerial ax fell uport them.
Hagermann in his first game this
season held the star Clinton Independ
ent team down to two hits yesterday.
Hag. is said to have mastered the spit
Hav you voted on the name contest
Whil among the baseball' loving por
tion of the community there are ex
pressions of surprise and disappoint
ment at Kohley Miller's caper, ell are
of tho opinion that the Rock Island
team is better off without him.
Try jour hand at the baseball puz
zle. McConnell went behind the bat him
self in the game at Clinton and his
presence in the game strengthened the
team at every point.
Oskaloosa opens a three game se
ries at the Rock Island park tomorrow,
the game being called at 3:30.
The r robabilities are that the Clin
ton Independents will play in Rock
Island one week from next Friday.
This is a famous semi-professional
team and should attract a large crowd.
Pooin played right field for the Clin
tonites yesterday and fielded beauti
fully. The Clinton team is a fine aggrega
tion of players which any club has got
to travel rapidly to beat.
McConnell and Wanner distinguish
ed themselves by timely hitting.
With the Oskaloosa team of the
Iowa league that comes to Rock Isl
and tomorrow for a series Mi three ex
hibition games are Cassiboine and
Donahue of last season's Rock Island
BIOS FOR THE
Head Sends Out Unique Bids to
His Anniversary Dinner.
lninn invitations have ben issued
by F. A. "Papa" Head to his "centc-n-1
iial" birthday dinner at the Rock Isl
ind Club Wednesday evening of next
veek. Two months ago adTance no
ices were Kent out by Mr. Head, in
vhich he Informed those whom he ex
ected to have as his guests on the
jeeasion of his anniversary that thev
would be formally asked ' later provid
ng in the Interim they did not offend
him. The Invitations are now being
delivered by personal messenger.
They are enclosed in a large envelope
bearing a lithographic sketch of the
"lost passing his 100th milestone as
gay and smilingly as a youth. Accom
panying each invitation is a fine pho
tograph of Mr. Head. There will be
60 guests at the dinner party.
Convention Brings About Peace ir
Rock Island and Mercer"'
In response to an invitation issued
by the Aledo Business Men's union,
to eacn telephone exchange in Mercer
county and also to those in Alexis.
Buffalo Prairie, and Reynolds, a large
number of men were in this city to at
tend the telephone meeting. The Buf
falo Prairie. Reynolds. Hamlet. Mil
Iersburg. SLerrard, Cable, Viola. North
Hend-rrson. Alexis, Suez, Seaton. New
Boston and Aledo centrals had repre
sentatives and delegates here. W. P.
Zeatmirc was chosen chairman of the
morning session and in the afternoon
A. P. Shaver of North Henderson pres
ident. Paul Ketzle of Hamlet was sec
retary. Telephone maters in Mercer
county have been in a bad muddle and
it was to get matters arranged that
some three months ago a telephone
committee was appointed with the in
tention of getting the warring factions
together. The Aledo central has near
ly 700 'phones but for the past few
months it has been impossible for
Aledo people to reach the section east
and southeast of the city, owing to the
strife existing. The harmony at the
meeting bespeaks an early settlement
of the difficulty. The plan proposed
is for all the exchanges to give free
service to eacii other and that there
s-hai; he no discrimination. The plan
also contemplates a separate wire be
tween exchanges to be used as a toll
wire i'or non-subscribers, and also a
sort of governing council or board to
which all differences will be referred.
The delegates were the guests of the
Business Men's union while in the city.
I mIii nil City
lu mil in n
Wnpellu . .
Carnival . .
The voting on a name for the new
Rock Island baseball park continues a
subject of absorbing interest, the time
limit for the receiving of ballots being
noon Saturday, April 29.
The voting on a name for the new
Rock Island baseball park opened Sat
urday r ight and will continue until
noon Saturday, April 29. the result up
to noon today being as shown above.
The prizes offered by President Sex
ton in connection with the park nam
ing contest are as follows:
To the most popular name, $5 in
To the one receiving the next high
est number of votes, two reserved scat
tickets for the opening league game in
Rock Island, May 17.
To the third, one reserved seat tick
et for the opening league game. May
The judges are F. A. Head of Rock
Island, Capt. W. C. Bennett of Moline
and Maj. C. W. Ilawes of this city.
For the convenience of those desir
ing to record their preferences as to
name the appended ballot is provided:
OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR NAM
ING ROCK ISLAND BASE
Mark cross in square In front
of name preferred and address to
Sporting Kdltor Argus.
FA III VIEW.
A Tried and True Friend.
One Minute Cough Cure contains not
an atom of any harmful drug, and it
has been curing coughs. co!ds. croup
and whooping cough so long that it has
proved itself to be a tried and true
friend to many who use It. Soid by
J THE NAME VOTE j
s : - - :
Are Named at Electiors Hek
Over County Yesterday.
ANDALUSIA IS TO BE DRY
Temperance Ticket Wins Easily Over
Citizens' Results Else-'
Elections held in the several vil
lages of the county yesterday resulted
At Milan the peoples ticket easily
iefeated the ix:eonipiete independent
ticket, the new officers "being as fol
President Thomas Cannon.
Clerk William Walker.
Trustees Ray Fitzpat rick, George
Brown. F. W.' Boulron.
License prevails at Milan.
llaNt loliar Ilrlurna I'rrMldrnl.
W.Mr. Amiherman,' who'hoacled the
citizens" ticket was reelected presi
dent in East Moline. There was a
oeopie's ticket also. The Vote1:
President W. H. Animerman. C.
131: George Sarginron, P. 93.
Clerk Frank J. Ciendenin. C, 141:
lames Pease. P. 75.
Trustee P. J. Gorman, C, 125; I'.
B. Fisk. C. 12:; ; Frank Proessel. C.
110: Curl Lundquist. P. 110; A. Van
dcrbeke. P. SS; James McDowell, P.
Police Magistrate James Fox. C
101: Charles Hopsli. P. 1 14.
East Moline continues license.
Ilnr Ticket at Rnpirtn (lly.
But 14 votes were - cast at Rapids
City, there being but one ticket. There
was no issue, the board favoring li
cense, as in the past. The officers:
President F. M. Mitchell.
Clerk L. S. Schafer.
Trustees Hal Adams, Jacob Rush.
C. C. Vogler. .
Salary Indue nt Ilnmptun.
In Hampton there were two tickets.
both opposing salary, only the people'
anti-salary favored pay for the clerk
President Gustav Harder. P AS
53: Pa il Guckert, A S. 41.
Clerk Sigfred Peterson, P A S. 49;
Albert Bowles. A S, 41.
Trustees August Walker, P A S,
55; Charles Peterson, P AS. 43; Har
old Sohreiber. P AS, 4C; Joseph
Herme.-?. A S, 42; Harry Lee. A S. 43; ;
John Johnson, A S. 43.
Poli?e Magistrate diaries Sikes. P
A S. 41; L. F. Baker. A S. 20.
l.lt-eiiHe nt SriiM,
The iicense ticket was not opposed
at Sears. The officers elected :
President William Tate.
Clerk H. K. Cox.
Treasurer Emil I.uchnian.
Trustees J. Waldman. L. Huss, .1.
Shot-maker, two years; C. II. Dibbcrn,
one year, to fill vacancy.
Port II) run ( nnllnum Dry.
Ther-3 was tut one ticket in the
field at Port Byron, and that anti-license.
President J. W. Simonson.
Clerk B. B. Huntley.
Police Magistrate E. M. Rogers.
Trustees- Henry Tomer, I. M. Sav
age Julius Lineke.
Corilovn titten AVet.
In Cordova the license ticket won
the result of the village rleciton being
Mayor I). T. Pinneo, L, 5S; G. II.
Gager, A. L.. 12.
Members of the Board A. W. Mul
Iery, L, 50; F. L. Smith, L, 5S; F. E.
Rathburn, L, 5S; B. B. Bresnahan, L,
5a; J. Bryan, A. L.. 44; A. W. Smith.
A. L.. 43; Frank Zimmerman, A. 1.,!
45; R. C. Cool. A. L.. 44.
Police Magistrate J. B. Vandeburg,
L., 57; J. H. Marshall, A. L.. 41.
Clerk O. C. Han dell (no opposi
I.lfrnne nt AntlaluNin.
The temperance ticket had easy sail
ing ct Andalusia, the citizens' ticket,
which opposed, being incomplete with
one trustee and village clerk short.
The eight votes for clerk were scratch
ed on the tickets. The result of
the election was as follows:
President R. G. Thompson, temp.
40; J. H. West, cit., 18.
Clerk R. G. Thompson, temp., 3C;
N. P. Phillips, cit., 8.
Trustees Samuel Kennedy, temp.,
3S; T. W. Simmons, temp.. 35; R. P.
Hoth .temp.. 37; C. L. Wenks. temp..
45; Jacob Burkett, cit.. 19; Thomas
Cole. cit.. 23; William Stewart, cit., 22.
ritlzrnn Win nt Coal Valley
There were citizens' and Independ
ent tickets at Coal Valley. There were
no Issues on policies of government.
the saloon question not entering, as
the Valley has been wet from away
back. The Cght was between the
friends of the candidates for the board
presidency, G. R. Grapp and Robert
Patterson. Mr. Krapp won by a vote
of 42 to 21 for bis opponent. The en
tire citizens' ticket was elected, as
Preslient G. B. Krapp.
ClerK Murt Conner. Jr.
Trustees William Counley. K. J.
Stenstrom, R. L. Wilson.
Marshal S. D. Gregg.
Treasurer Robert Sackville.
There was but one ticket at Rey
nolds. It was anti-license. The officers
President F. E. Miller.
C'.erlt Arthur T. BelL
Trustees C. F. Schlueter. John
Hauck. one year; Harry Millett. Sr..
John McAdatn. Sr.. A. F. Eckstrom,
Si i v'i I !-rl
L?s I! 1 &
For Easter We are Offering Exceptionally
Good Suits at $12.50. 15. $18, $20.
In the limt half of tlie nintu In
nlnic of a lnll cni' tlie nvorf
Htooil 5 to 4 In favor of the tetatu
that wan "out." One man IintI
Item retired nnd the hnnen wrr
full. The ball npn lilt In fnlr
territory, hut It nm neither n bit
nor an error. The men on neeontl
nnd third neored, nml yet n double
Iiliiy uim made, retlrinic the aide,
the kh me ending to T. Wittt
nN the ltlay t
To the flrnt one furnlNhinic the
eorreet nnnivrr to the nbove b"e
ball puzzle, l'renldent Sexton will
preMent two reHerved Meat itrnnd
Mtnml tlrketM to the onenlnK
lenKne Krnnie to he played In Hock
Inland with SprlnKfielil May 17. A
ulniile rrerved Meal th-ket for the
Maine Kniue nlll be Riven the (
ond furuiMhinK the correct moIu
tlon. Annwrra aildrenHed to the
Sportlnic Kdltor of The Aritun
iiunt be received nt The Atkiim of
fice by noon Saturday. April 22.
Kadi nnnnrr will be timed nhen
received, In order that the prize
vthich I'reMldcnt Sextttn offera
may be correctly awarded.
1 Rock Island, 111., April IS, 1 !".-.
Sporting Kditor Arsus: Tlie batti-r
makes a Ions drive to C( n-
Fielder, after a Ions run.
catches the bull, which retires the hat
ter. As .soon as the ball is ciusiit,
men on bases i-tart to run, and fielder
aiteiii'i'.s to catch man who was 011
jtii:rd rjase at the home plate hy throw
ing the ball to catcher, but his throw
falls .;hoit and befejre the catcher se
cures the ball tho men who were on
tl.ird and second bases score. The
catcher secures the ball and throws it
to third baseman, who puts out man
v no as on first base, he having by
this time attempted to reach third.
This .'day retires the side, but the two
runs have been made before last man
was put out at third.
Rock Island, 111., April 1 1905.
Sporting Editor Argus. With bases
full. end one man o-.it, the
three men were taking a big lead
off. The batsman now up knocked a
fly just over the third baseman's head.
The leftflelder ran up and ciaight the
ball on the bounce, and seeing that the
runner on third would not run home,
he threw the ball to the Url baseman,
but it was too late to catch the rusin r,
and In the meantime, however, the
runner on third had stolen home and
the runner on second stole third and
was trying to get home; trie firK base
man threw to the catcher, bin the ball
arrived too late to tag the runner. Tho
catcher seeing that the flm base run
ner, now on second, was stealing third,
and the batsman, now on tirtt. trying
to steal second, threw the ball to the
third naseman, who tagged the runner.
From here the ball was thrown to the
second baseman, tagging the other
runner out, making it a double play
and thus retiring the side.
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
I was troubled with a distress in my
stomach, sour stomach and Tomiting
Fpell3, and can truthfully say that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets cured me. Mrs. T. V. WillianV.
Iiingsburg, Mich. For sale by all
Prepared for Easter
SACKS ARE VERY
STRONG IN THE
RUNNING THIS SEA
SON. BLUE. DARK
ARE ALL GOOD.
REGULAR SACKS OF
TY ARE CUT SOME
THAN FOR SEVERAL
It's all a Mat
ter of Taste.
SO FAR AS QUALITY
IS CONCERNED YOU
MIGHT CLOSE YOUR
EYES AND PICK OUT
THE FIRST YOU
MADE CLOTHES ARE
("hicao. April 10. Following nro I he
quotations em the market today:
May, Lin1;, l.li.
July, SS. SS. S771',. S7:-
September, S. S3i, S21,.
i'li. 47'. IT'-,
17";.. 47. 47o
May, 29 IU,
July. 2"s. SO. -'.Hi.
September, 20. 29li, 20-?;. 2S"r.
May. 12.r,0. 12.52, 12.47. 12.5(1.
July, 12.SU. 12.S2. 12.75. 12.77.
May, 7.20. 7.22, 7.17. 7.17.
July, 7.40, 7.40. 7.:i7. 7.27.
September, 7.52. 7.55, 7.52. 7.52.
May. 0.95, ;.:i5. "..!i2. C.'i2.
July, 7.22. 7.25, 7.20, 7.20.
September. 7.10, 7.42, 7.40, 7.40.
Receipts Today Wheat P.S. corn 103,
oats 47, hf)gs 4S.OO0. cattle 21,000, sheep
IIos market opened weak to Cc low
er, l.inht 5.25S5.47. friMid hi'nvy .ri.:'5
Ti 5.57. ini?:etl and butchers 5.305.55,
roush jieavy 5.35S 5.40.
Cattle market fjjx'ned steady.
Sheep market ope-ned weak to 10c
IIojs nt Omaha 9.000. cattle 5.000.
Hoss at Kansas City II, out), cattle X.
oOo. U. S. Yards, S:4o a. m.-llog market
a shade lowt-r. I.iRht 5.255.47. mix
ed and butchers 5.35
(7 5.55. good heavy
5. 3515.57. rouj-'h he-avv 5.35 fa 5.40.
Cattle market weak. 5c to K'c lower.
Heeves 4.30faCS5, cows and l eif. rs
2. CO? 5.!5.
Sheep niarket weak to 10c lower.
Hog market closed steadv.
j 5. 255. 50, mixed and butchers
1 5.00, good heavy 5.35't 5.tio.
. heavy 5.35'' 5. 10.
Cattle market c'.osed slow.
Sheep market closed slow.
New York Stock.
New York. April 19. Sugar 142'i.
Ga3 lll'i. C, R. I. & P. 33Th. Southern
; Pacific ;r";. H. a O. lio. Atchison ceini
; mon SS"f,. Atchison preferred 103. C,
M. & Sr. P. 1S4. Manhattan 10CW,. Cop-
per S7Vh. W. Xr. Tel. Co. 934,
Central 157. L. & N. 14C'i. C. & A. 40.
Reading common 97, Canadian Pacific
153, leather common 13',, It. R. T.
i t i . r , . .. .....
-,. i-arinc .iaii lll'i. 1 . J-. Hteel ' ,ru ana uuicaers
preferred 104'.;. U. S. Steel common fS-25.
'37, Per.na 1423i. Missouri Pacific!' Sheep Yearlings or over
, K'i;' ,, Pn'on Pacific 131-;. Coal and laxbi J3.5oQ$7.0(
iron loi',. Erie eommon Iti-'v. Wabash
preferred 40, C. & G. W. 21. Illinois
Central U:r. '. far iv.mwirv At ?;.......!
lie Steel pre ferred SOT;. Republic Steel
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, April 19. Following arc
the wholesale quotations In the local
Provisions and Produce.
Putter Creamery 29 57 31; dairy 22c
E" Fresh, 15c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens 9c
per pound . hens Sc per pound, duckz
9010c, turkeys 13c.
Vegetables Potatoes. .30c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 42T(4Zc, r,ai.; 32fi33c.
Forage Timothy hay $10J?J10.50.
prafrie SS. rirnvr tCT $7.
Wood Hard, per load. $1 T,t)Ti I'M.
Coal Lucp. Luihel, 131 4c. slatk.
per busbcl. S to 9c.
Cattle Steers 13.00 '.j 15.0
: A' - f
Schreck is Winner.
Salt Lake- City. I'tah. April 19. Af
ter outpointing ;trj;e Gardner, of
Ltjwell. Mass.. all through the flIit
labl niglit. Mike Schreck sent htm out
with a terrific ri&ht swing to the Jaw
near the close )f the 20th round.
Schre-ck brousIU the lijlit to (Sardner
from the first round and would have
earned the decision had the fisht not
ended with a knockout.
Gardner had the advantage in height,
weight and reach, and entered the riug
favorite, running from lu t() 7 to 2 to 1.
Gardner's work last night was a great
disappointment. He was Incredibly
slow and failed to follow up his leads,
and kept on the defensive' from
Schreck's vicious onslaughts ail
through the fight. Sclnvck's clever
ness in blocking made him almost im
.regna!)le to Gardner's attacks, anil
the latter early began to employ wild
swings, vainly striving to land oue.
Schreck's Infighting was magnificent.
He had Gardner bleeding in the first
round, and continued to land almost at
will until the close. Gardner rallied
from the foih to the 15th rounds, but
never worried Schreck. who kept up
his speed to the end.
The finish came after a vicious mix
up in Schreck's e-orner. Gardner sturt
e'd to reiugh it when the round opened,
nnd the men rushed each othe r all over
the ring with vicious full arm swings.
After Schreck was pushed into his own
corner lie stepped buck and aimed ter-
" " ni rig.it swings at Ga
' ht ad' The k'fl r:i,1lt Gardner
rnie K-rt and right swings at Gardner's
on I ho
Uar an:' "traightenod hint up in timo
. ,0'at " ""' r,ht f,lM " J;'w-
1 " ''- "am ior in run count,
climhed to his feet, and reeled helpless
into the arms of his seconds.
McGovern Still in Brooklyn.
New York, April 19. Terry McGov
ern is still in town, ami his manager,
Sam Harris, says he dex-s not know
when he will return to Dr. Given:'
sanitarium at Stamford. Conn. Th
ex-champion promised his wife he
would leave for that place today, but
it Is not thought he will go. There is
some talk of sending the pugilist
some place ether than Stamford.
would rather be near home;.
! "elfers $2.00? $3.00. calves 3.006.00
' IT,..,.. T I . . . .
ne nigni name UeWitt.
IX Witt's Witeb llavl Salve cools
Koothe3 an'l lala cuts, burns, boils
i Tuise.B. jnU-x and all wkin diseases
E. ZIckeffKjse. Adolph. W. Va., says:
"My little daughter had white swr.liinv
. i n bad that piece after pl-? of bene
wrke.'j out oT her leg. De Witt's Witch
Haze l Salve cured. L r." It is the most
wonderful healing falvej In the world.
Pew are e;f coimtcrfciti. Sold by all
Our caiivasAcrrs are In the city
aDd will call upon you at your
homes and tell you ail about
Beach's Peotta Soap. They will
give you a tickeL He sure and
use your ticket and get a bar
ol "Peosta" free from yeur gre
cer. Tickets are goed at any
, grocery store in the city.
? JAMES BEACH & SONS.
q -V' Dubuque, Iowa.
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