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THE AHOTTS: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1005.
Very handy to carry with you
wherever you go. Stops the
Put some tinder your pillow to
Especially adapted for throat Ir
ritations of speakers and singers.
No inconvenience to you if you
have some in your pocket. 10c.
Made only by the
H. O. Rolfs. Dispensing Chemist.
Phones V71 or n71.
Best Hat in the World.
Wc have secured the agency for
the best hat made. Nothing too
good for our customers and the
American people. We also have
the agency for
and sole agents for the Stetson
upocial. Stetson's best hat. Our
fall opening of all kinds of hats
occurs next Saturday. Let us
show you the finest line ever dis
played in the city.
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BRING BIG BUNCH
West Des Moines Football Team
' Comes for Came Next
CANCEL WAPELLO CONTEST
Hardest Fight of Season Expected with
Iowa Boys Are Out for Cham
pionship. The football game with Wapello
having becn called off some time ago.
Manager Woodin. of the high school,
has signed a contract with the West
Des Moines eleven for a game to be
played in Rock Island next Saturday.
This gam will be one of the hardest
f the season, as the Des Moines hoys
ire trying for the state championship
(rooicrr 'I Uam b'jnt Ilea Molar a.
It is rumored that they are some
hat stronger than the East Dec
Moines team, which played here last
ear and won the game with a score
f G to .". Hock Island failing to kick
he goal which would have tied the
score. They wanted another game
his year, but owing to the fact that
Rock Island would not sign a twe-year
"on tract, ncne was scheduled.
Hard practice was begun last nirh
and it is honed to have the boys in ex
cellent condition by Saturday. Man
ager Woodin has ordered new sails
for any recruits that wish to join the
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The senior class of the higli school
held a business meeting yesterday at
the close of recitations for the purpose
of t lecttng officers and a reporter for
the High School Journal. The follow
ing were elected:
President Clarence Martin.
Vice President Cora Gaetjer.
Secretary Clara Fisher.
Treasurer Rcrt Rains.
Reporter Clara Crawford.
Other reporters were electee mw rol
lows: Freshmen, (leorge Pshaw; so
"bon'ores. Frank Ehleb; juniors. Eari
The seniors are already beginning to
think of their graduation, the follow
ing committee being appointed to at
tend to the class pins: Herman Ehr
horn. Jeanette Mosenfelder and Nina
The Q. I I. club met last night with
To Build Steel Street Cars.
Huilding street cars entirely of steel
is... a new and important Industry .re
cently added to the world's workshop.
One car has been constantly In use for
about a year and its operation has been
carefully watched with most satisfac
tory results. Hosteller's Stomach Bit
ters has been before the public constant
ly for 52 years and it has made such a
wonderful record of cures that it is
now recognized as the best and safest
medicine for men. women and children
to take whose Momach Is in a weak
condition, whose appetite Is poor or
whose lowels are constipated. If you
are sickly or in a debilitated state.
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters will help
you. It is especially good for indiges
tion, dyspepsia, heartburn, bloating,
costiveness. sour stomach, insomnia,
female troubles or malaria. We urge a
trial at at once.
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be just as skeptical and
pessimistic as you please. Kodol will
digest what you eat whether you eat
or not. iou can put your food in a
bowl, pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure on it and it will digest it the
same as it will in your stomach. It
can't help but cure indigestion and
dyspepsia. It is curing hundreds and
thousands some had faith and some
didn't. Kodol will cure you if medi
cine wHl cure you, whether you have
faith in it or not. Sold by all drug
Fifty Ycqtg Hho Standard
v (CIEE AM
(Broom of Tartar Poivdor
rJladG From GSrapoo
BREAD CONTEST TOMORROW
Committee of Women from This City
to Be Judges.
A large audience assembled at the
Y. M. C. A. auditorium yesterday af
ternoon to hear Mrs. Carrie Ives Saun
ders, who repeated, by request, her
lecture on "four-hour bread." Mrs.
Sannders mixed and kneaded the bread
in a deft manner, and many housekeep
ers who have spent bad half hours
knead ng bread with aching arms, have
concluded to adopt the easy method
Tomorrow the break baking contest
will take place, and anyone may enter
a loaf of bread provided that it be bak
cd with PHlsbury floor. The Pills
bury company is offering the prizes o!
$3 for the best and ?2 for the second
iK'st loaf of bread. A committee of
Rock Island women will be appointed
o judge the bread and the names of
thp bakers will be unknown to them
':nt:I after th prize is awarded. Mrs.
Saunters will also give her best reci
pes for cocktails without the use ot
liquors at the Wednesday class.
FIRST REGISTRATION DAY
Boards Will Be In Session Again in
Registration boards aro in session
in the various precincts of the city to
day, going over the lists of voters,
th's being the first day for registra
tion. The work is principally a re
view of the books. Two weeks from
today, Oct. ,'il. those who are not prop
erly registered should attend to it in
order to get a vote at I he special elec
tion. That is the last day the boards
will be in Fission for this purpose.
The force in the office of the county
clerk is preparing the material for dis
tribution among the various precincts
j for the election, which is only a few
1 weeks hence.
CONTEST OF THE DRIVERS
Ed Ward and Albert Moosmann Will
Have Go on Track.
Moline n:en will pull off another race
a the N'nth street track Thursday af
t'lt'.oon. This is for the purpose of
settling an argument between E l Ward
j:nd Albeit Moosmann. not as to horses,
le.it as to drivers.
I'rder the terms of the agreement
Ward Is to drive Moosmann's horse,
it.uney P.. and Moosmann is to drive
Ward's Lady S. The purse to be driven
for is $12".
ADMIT TWO WILLS IN COURT
Last Testaments of John Nystrom and
Wills of John Nystrom and Nels An
derson. of Moline, were admitted in
probate. ;n circuit cenrt. this morning.
The Nystrom will provided that all of
the property of the testator should go
to the wife, Caroline Nystrom, who was
named as executrix of the insljumejiL.
The document bears the date of Dec.
Nels Anderson bequeathes all of his
property, share and share alike, to his
three sons. Charles John and Andrew
Anderson, the instrument bearing the
date of Aug. 24, lS'Ji.
Kennedy in Davenport.
"Snapper" Kennedy, who win cap
tain and play second base on next
season's base ball team in Davenport
is in that city in conference with Man
ager Hayes relative to the make-up of
next season's local team.
Fail to Organize.
There seems to be a draught of cold
air blowing on the bowline business in
Rock Island at present and there was
no organization of the league a was
antieipated. Some differences exist be
tween C. E. Weston, who retains an in
terest in the Central alleys, and some
of the bowlers, which is the cause of
Wards Off Pneumonia.
All coughs, colds and pulmonary
complaints that are curable are quick
ly cured by One Minute Cough Cure
Clars the phlegm, draws out inflam
mation and heals and soothes the af
fected parts, strengthens the lungs,
wards off pneumonia. Harmless and
pleasant to take. Sold by all druggists.
Nerves on Edge?
Bett.r curt then. Nerroua pcopla
arc half ioaan and mora than half
ick. Nervous disorders show in neu
ralgic pains, headaches and muscular
twitching. Better atop them before
they go too far.
is the one sure remedy. It is sold with
a guarantee of satisfaction. If tt
doesn't help you, simply return the
box and the druggist will return your
money. We take all the risk -we take
your own word without question.
Get a s cent boa today and be com.
fortable. Sample free en request.
The Neuralgyline Co.
RECOROS SHOW LUNDlN
WAS BEST IN THREE-EYE
While Below Swalm in Percentage of
Games Won He had Several Points
A c!o:-e inspection of the base ball
s;atistics for the past season in the
Thrte-Eye league show that Arthur
Limdin, while rated second in percent
age of games won to Swalm, the Du-
bu(ue pitcher, being tied with Lakaff,
in reality made a better all around
record and should be rated first among
the league's pitchers. He worked in
seven more games than Swalm did.
fielded better, gave opposing batsmen
more trouble, and while making a
s'igh'ly lowt r batting average, excelled
in timely and extra base hits. Rock
Island fans have good grounds for rat
ing Lundin as the premier pitcher ii
the Thru-Eye and Lakaff was not fai
behind in general efficiency.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
("apt. James McMurchy. for 15 yean
inspector of steamboats for the siatt
of Iowa, is dead at his home at Web
str City. Iowa, lie was 7:5 years o
age. A native Scot and a machinist ht
stt'lid in Clinton in 18"7 and followei
the river till 1S70.
The Zalus Davis. C. W. Cowles and
Mac went north and the Mac, Phil
Scheckei and B. Hershey were south.
.Dang'r Hgt. Ch'n,.
Line 7 a.m. 24 hrs
Feet. Feet. Feet
St. Paul It 1 .!
Ucd Wing 14 ::.!
Reids Landing 12 ::.7 0.1
La Crosse 12 5.0 :().!
P. du Chien IS
Dubuque IS 5.G 0.0
Le Claire 10 3.G 0.0
Rock Island 15 4.S 0.0
D s Moines Rapids ....
Keokuk 15 4M 0.2
St. iuis :: s.:j 0.3
Kansas City 21 0.7 :0.1
River Forecast: Slight rises in the
Mississippi will occur from below Du
bnque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHER1ER. Iach Foreeastt r.
CUT OUT THE JERSEY CREAM
rand of Flour Withdrawn from Tri
Cities as Result of Lawsuit.
There will be no more Jersey Cream
flour sold in tlie tri-cities. This wat
agreed in the district court in Daven
i:ort yesttrday as a result of a conten
tion ovtr the use of the brand, which
had been appropriated both by the J. L.
lies company and A. S. Tiffany. The
former sued the latter for infringing
but when the case came up for trial a
compromise was agreed upon by which
both will withdraw the brand from the
Carpenters Defeat All Stars.
The Carpenters put up a good game
of indoor base ball at the arsenal yea
tcrday. Hoffman, a former league play
er pitched a fine game, and shut out
he All Stars without a t-core. T!u
Carpenters had only one error aud tha'
was made by Stoit. The Polishers
now offer a purse of $25 to any team
who can defeat them. Lineup of Car
p nters: Stoit. c; Hoffman, p; Drown
lb: Marcusson. 2b; Schmidt, 3b;
Lamp, Is; Koehler. rs; Bruner, If;
Peck, cf; Berteisen, rf.
All Stars McGinty, c; Richardson
p; Lind, lb; Roantree. 2b; Knight, 3b;
Williams. Is; Danielson, rs; Ives, If;
Ruge, cf; Byrnes, rf.
Carpenters 0 2 4 0 o 0 6
All Stars '....) 0 0 0 (
New Bank at Sterling.
Sterling is to have a new bank, the
State Bank of Sterling having been
granted a permit by the state auditor
yesterday. The capital stock will be
$50,000. Local, capitalists are back
Frightful Suffering Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the viru
lent poisons of undigested food. C. G.
Grayson, of Lula, Miss., took Dr
King's New Life Pills "with the result."
he writes, "that I was cured." AI'
stomach and bowel disorders give waj
to their iaiative properties. 25 cente
at HarU & Ulleraeyer's drug store,
.HE BANKERS' UNION ELECTS
Jew Staff Chosen and 10 New Mem
The Hankers Union of the World
met last night and initiated 10 new
timbers, after which election of offi
ers took place, and the following were
Past President F. Dartle.
President luis (S. Smith.
Vice President William F. William
son. Chaplain Dr. A. Williams.
Secretary Omer Cowden.
Banker Charles ArVl.
Overseers Miss Klia Syrett and
Miss Geneve Angel.
Guards Henry Bowes and John Ro
Musician Miss Edith Angel.
Trustees C. M. Angel. Mrs. F. Bar
le, and Mrs. X. Hokenson.
Physicians Dr. Arthur Williams
ind Dr. Ralph Dart.
The above officers were installed by
deputy Supreme President Francis
Bartle, assisted by Dr. C. T. Lindley of
Uavenport. The new lodge has started
mt with a good deal of enthusiasm
ind promises to be a great feature in
fraternal work in this city. Mr. Bar
'le and Dr. Lindley gave good talks on
he benefits of insurance.
At the Harper J. H. Boyd, Galva;
Anderson, Sandusky, Ohio; J. K.
DAY AND NIGHT
Lady Suffered Tortures with Itching
Scalp Humor One Box of Cuti
cura Ointment and One Cake of
Cuticura Soap Cured Her.
WILL NEVER BE
"My scalp was covered with little
pimples and I suffered tortures from
the itching. I was scratching all day
and night, and I could get no rest. I
washed my head with hot water and
Cuticura Soap and then applied the
Cuticura Ointment as a dressing. One
box of Cuticura Ointment and one cake
of Cuticura Soap cured me. Now my
bead is entirely clear and ray hair is
growing splendidly. I have used Cuti
cura Soap ever since, and shall never
be without it. (signed) Ada C.Smith,
309 Grand St., Jersey City, N. J.M
CUTICURA GROWS HAIR
Crusted Scalps Cleansed and
Purified by Cuticura Soap
Assisted by light dressings of Cuti
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treatment at once stops falling hair,
removes crusts, scales, and dandruff,
destroys hair parasites, soothes irri
tated, itching surfaces, stimulates the
Lair follicles, loosens the scalp skin,
supplies the roots with energy and
Eourishment, and makes the hair grow
upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy
scalp when all else fails.
Complete external and internal
treatment for every humour, from
pimples to scrofnla, from infancy to
age, consisting of Cuticura Soap,
Ointment, and Pills, may now be had
of all druggists for one dollar. A
single set is often sufficient to care
the most distressing cases.
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We take a lien on your furniture, piano, horses, wagons,
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and you retain possession of the property. Let us quote
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FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 38.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p.
4 ahona West 614. New Telephone
(Justafson, Orion, 111.; James Quinn,
Chatsworth; C. H. Bastford, Chats
worth; C. H. Baiter, Lancaster, Wis.;
George Mellaril. Jr., Burlington, Iowa;
John C. Griffin. Cincinnati. Ohio; C.
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Bachman. J. L. Heffiur, M. Taylor. R.
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At the Harms, L'uropean ). Ben
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Thomas J. Peter. Chicago; W. K. Stail
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York; Henry Newman, Chicago; F. D.
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Burlington. Vt.; Louis Weil. Chicago;
Victor Van Wei te. Rockfalls, Neb.; K.
Tearans. Rockford; J. H. Jayne, Mon
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George M. Dana. Colt on, Cal.; Bessie
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H. H. Ikmaldson. Philadelphia; V. F.
Jones. Dubuque; G. J. Harding. New
York; 11. L. Harnanian, Chicago; J. K.
Sanders. Xew York.
At the Rock Island (European) II.
R. Lawler. Galesburg; J. M. Pense. El
lensdale, X. D. ; H. B. Carpenter, J. P..
Titterington. Edgington III.; A. Mc Ar
thur. Aledo; W. H. Allen, DeAVItt; A.
L. Weaver. Sterling; G. S. Coiley, El
g;n: W. H. Johnson and wife. Pawnee,
Neb.; E. Crab. Reynolds: J. Chavis,
Chicago; L. J. Motar. Chicago; 1
Heaghey. Rockford; D. Sage, Chicago.
E. Stebbings. Spencer, Iowa; J. S.
Dailey, Wyoming; L. J. Beesom. Peo
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ny. Peoria; Mrs. E. F. Clarkbon, Chi
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ertson. W. J. Brldger, . M. I lender
Witi, Chicago; C. A. Pipper. Allerton,
Iowa; C. Pappls. A. L. Brown, B. B
Henderson. I Ii. Patterson, Chicago.
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stomach. Cleanse and purine the en
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lets. T. H. Thomas, pharmacist.
Suits and Overcoats.
m. and Saturday evenings.
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PLAYERS WELL REWARDED
Championship Baseball Series in East
Yielded Nice Sums to Individuals.
Members of the New York Giants
and Philadelphia Athletics were well
paiil for their work in the champion
ship series betw een the I wo aggrega
tions which closed Saturday. Tho
Giants re-reived from the national com
mission $1,112 each as the winners and
the Athletics $I2 each as the losers.
In addition 10 Ihe latter sum the Phila
delphia manageunent yesterday gave tho
IS members of the team $.Li I .P. the.
club's share of the first four games of
the championship series, as a reward
for their good work in winning tho
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the marvelous influence of
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ly if you use this houselmld wonder-
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no abom'nable anlma! greases emly
pure, sweet, penetrating vegetable; oil.
Yenj just can t help using It all the time
iwhrn once; yeu get started.
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