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THE AJiatJS- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1005.
PLAY TWO GAMES
IOWA TEAM GOMES
3esket Ball Season Opens Earl)
9oys Frrm Wapello Line Up
Against Rock Island
A FEW OF OUR MANY OVERCOATS.
CLOSE CONTESTS ARE SEEN
HAVE IRREGULAR PRACTICE
seconds Defeat the Sophomores and
the Ccllegians Win From the
Academics Individual Work. .
Errhorn Is Out of Game St. Ambrose
Academy is Met Next Moline, Nov.
18 Davenport, Thanksgiving.
We have just received three hun
dred Watches, all new designs,
from the smallest to the regular
We make a specialty of Fine
Watches for ladies and gentle
men. Also the Railroad Kind, In
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Dr. Herman Paulsen,
Hurst block. Twentieth street.
Telephone et C27. Hours 8 to
12; 1 to 5; Sunday. 9 to 12.
1716 Second Avenue
Rasktiball am-s with close scores
jrer- Tvitns-.ed by many spectators at
he AueiiTana college gymnasium last
?venins. th college team winning from
he academy 17 to IS. and the seconJ
earn deSearing the sophomores 17 to
16. This Is the opening of the basket
aall season a Augtistana. and it comes
i little earlier this year than usual on
iccount of the fact that there is no
Upon the opening of the game be
ween the second team and the sopho
nores it appeared as if the latter had
the best of the play. They threw four
ield baskets to one by the opposition,
and at the end of the half the score
wa lo to 3 in favor of the sophomores.
In the second half Fryckman enter
ed the game anl won the game for the
seconds by individual work. He threw
live field and two foul baskets, chang
ing the score to 17 ti 10 in favor of the
second team. .
1I-KC Mm Kent.
While they won the game, the col
lege men started our with a manner of
play that soon gave (hem a big lead
;ver the academy. Kreenian and Palro
inlst of the latter team scored first and
then the college men started and ran
ip 14 K)ints to the five held by their
oplonent.s. In the second half Free
man showed up as a star in all parts of
the feame. and with the fast work 10
points were made and the teams were
evee. Just before time was called.
DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS THE
One of the Afflicted Tells How They
Restored the Use of Palsied
TtM steady use of a narticular set ol
muscles tends to chronic fatigue .which
produces faulty or difficult motion
trembling, cramps and even paralysis.
Writers stenojrraDhers. ttkgranhers.
tailors and seamstresses are among
the classes most threatened in this
way with the loss of their power to
i arn a living.
The milv saf uii:irl Is ti keen tin
the supply of nerve force through the
blood, winch carries to the nerves the
food t hat support their strength. The
following instance shows that nerve
power may be recovered after it seems
entirety lost, if The right means are
taken. Mrs. O. S. Hlacksten. of No.
.".M North Ilowiiiati street. MansJield.
"For years my hands would become
so numb at times that I would drop
anything I attempted to lift. loiter
they became so bad that I could not
sew any longer. As soon as I put on
my thimble a pricking sensation would
btgin in my finger tips and run up to
my shoulders. I got s, at last that 1
could scarcely do anything at all with
There waa another serious discom
fort. At night the pricking sensations
would come on worse than ever. When
I retired my hands and arms would
pa!n so that I lreal-. to go to bed.
I suffered more than I can make any
one understand. My family doctor
gave me seme nerve tablets. They
helped me a littlt, but only for a short
time after I had taken them. If I hap
pened to be without them for a day or
two I would be as bad as ever or even
' Oue day a book was left at my
door. I looked at it and got interested
in reading accounts of curt s from ner
vous troubles effected by Dr. Williams"
Pink Pills. That very day I got a box
and began t take them. The result
was surprising. Thanks to Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pi'.ls. I am now all riarht.
I can sleep undisturbed by pain, and
I am in fact as well as I ever was in
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have made
some marvelous cures in severe ner
vous disorders, because they feed the
blood with viral elements and so re
store lost nerve force. And. through
the bltod. they strike at the root of
all common blood disease s such as
anaemia, general weakness, indiges
tion, headaches, neuralgia, rheuma
tism, sciatica. lumbago, backache, and
the special ailments of women when
their blood In comes poor or Irregular.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
druggists, or direct from the Dr. Wil
Mans Medicine company. Schenectady
liromo-Lx (contains do
'Q uttu-) t-rtnk uicuil-s la
Ihe hel in a tern nour
leaven uo a.ul af icr-f fltici
i like Qmci&d Prviwrauua.
klAM- the aork tiuickij
L-ly irtt a box from ym.r flrurf-
Ak tor tb- .ure ixuorcd Box
ti-Jt th- !( I rcatis
Purn 61 the-college threw tne winning
Held basket. ; ' -
The teams lined up as follows:
Sophomores Swanson c; Lo rimer,
rf; Reading, If; Foss.Ig; Anderson, rg.
Seconds Leverich, c; Frjxkmann,
rf: W. Swanson. If: Fogelstrom. rg;
College Purn. rf: Pearson. If; OI
n. c: I'tldrn. lg: Engcjuist, rg.
Academy Freeman, rf; Isaacsoa
f; Palmquist. c: Anderson, lg; Bean
Referee Kempe. Umpire John
CARPENTERST TIE ALL-STARS
Ptay Ssven Innings at Indoor Baseball
Lineup for Sunday.
The game of indoor baseball at the
arsenal ytsterday between the .Car
pentcrs and All Stars, the rival teams,
was one of the hardest contested games
played during the season, with many
Interesting features. Neither team
eould best the other, however, and at
the end of the seventh inning, the score
remained a tie. Carpenter's lineup:
Stoit. c; Hoffman, p: Lang, lb: Mar
cussen. 2b: Schmidt. 3b: Ump, Is;
Koehler, rs; Bertelsen. If; Peck, cf;
Bruner. rf. AH Stars' lineup Danel
3on. e: Gibeau. p; Williams, lb: Roan
tree. 2b; Stone, Cb: McG!nty. Is; L
Danelson. rs: Byrnes. If; Lightner. cf;
Mevay. rf. The score:
Carpenters 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3
All Stars .' 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3
The lineup for Sunday's game:
Stoit '. .c Runge
Hoffman p Tipton
Lang lb Brown
Marcussen 2b Ives
Schmidt :5b Knight
Ellis Is Ford
Koehler rs Stauffer
Bertelsen If Fowler..
Peck cf Shackley
Bruner rf Foug
1'mpire, Shaub of Rock Island Three
Eye league team. Twelve innings will
be played in Sunday's game.
27 "P iff, Paff, Pouf."
29 "Human Hearts.'
Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Wallkk Theater
Nov. 3 "A Wife's Secret."
Nov. 5 C. B. Hanford.
Nov. 6-11 The Flints.
Nov. 12 Dan Sully in "Our Pastor."
Nov. 14 "An Orphan's Prayer."
Nov. 15 "The Clay Baker."
Nov. 17 "Trilby."
Nov. 18 "San Toy."
Nov. 19 "Why Girls Leave Home."
Nov. 20 "My Wife's Family."
Nov. 22 "The School Girl."
Nov. 23 "The Two Johns."
N-ov. 24 Stetson's "Uncle Tom's
Nov. 25 "The Forbidden Land."
Nov. 26 Hans and Nix.
Nov. 23 "Faust."
Nov. 30 "McFadden's Row ot
"Human Hearts." Any play tha'
teaches a great moral lesson is bound
to do good to a community. Som
cf the greatest sermons ever preachec
against evil deeds and association an
embodied in the plays of the stage. Th
lesson of life is presented to the listenei
in a way that makes an impression or
the mind ami gives him food fo'
thought. Such is the case with "Hu
man Hearts." which will be showT
at the Illinois Sunday.
"Piff, Paff, Pcuf" Tonight. "Piff
Paff. Pouf" is at the Illinois tonight
This musical cocktail, as it is called
will make us all glad to be alive. V
get the radium dance, the song fea
tures, and other things that make t hi:
play a big hit everywhere, will mak
the Illinois a mecca for amusetnen
Wallack's Open Monday. Dubinsk
Bros, famous Wallack's Theatre con
pany will open their three nights" en
gagement at the Illinois, commencing
Monday. Oct. 30, with the 4-act corned:
drama, "For Home aad Honor," a tab
of cunning intrigue and honest simpli
city, combining tears and laughter
Comic Opera Coming. The comi
opera, "The Forbidden Land." is dowt
for a matinee and night. Suturday, Nov
25. at the Illinois, and the indication i
that Manager Taylor will not have an
rooni to spare. With the record thi
organization ruade last year, theatr
goers will not be likely to let this oj
portunity of a nights' enjoyment si:,
Coldren at Iowa City.
This morning's dispatches state Pan
Coldren, last year's Augustana foo;
ball coach, is helping get the low
university team in shape for the har
Frightful Suffering Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the vin
lent poisons of undigested food. C. C
Grayson, of Lula. Miss., took V
King's New Life Pills "with the result
he writes, "that I was cured." A
stomach and bowel disorders give we
to their laxative properties. 25 cen
at Hartz & Ullemeyer'g drug store
If yon went a pretty face and d
Rosy cheeks and lovely hair.
Wedding 'rip across the sta.
Put your faith in Rocky Mountal
T. H. Thomas, Pharmacist
Tomorrow the Wapello team comes
.o Rock Island to meet the Rock Island
ligh school boys on the football field.
Overconfidence in this game is thf
greatest danger. The strength of thv
opposition is unknown, but it is known
hey have put good squads on the field
'.n the past. Practice has not beeu
regular this week and it is feared that
this will tell when the teams line up
Saturday. The Rock Island team will
)e crippled somewhat also as Ehrhoni
s allowing his shoulder time to ge;
.veil before he goes Into the scrimmage
3 err, In
Thrw More (:niiri.
Only three games remain to be play
ed after Saturday. St. Ambrose acad
?my will be met in Davenjtort pnl t'vn
:omes the contests with the high school
Df Moline and Davenport, which mean
the most to Rock Island. The Moline
?quad comes to Pock Island Nov. IS.
ind the Thanksgiving day game will
je ilayed at Island City park with
DAVENPORT FACES OPEN DATE
Needs Gridiron Battle Tomorrow to
Prepare for Struggle With Moline.
Davenport high school is filing an
jpen date on the gridiron tomorrow,
the Clinton high school team, which
had been booked for a game, having
disbanded. Davenport needs a game
and needs it badly to prepare for the
neeting with Moline high school one
wtik henco and is keeping the wires
lot with that object in view. The Mo-
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line-Davenport game will be playtd at
the ball park across the river and al
ready a special train to take the root
ers from this side is being planned, so
great is the interest in the contest.
Galva Wins Championship.
(Jalva won the pennant of the Hour'
Second and Harrison
season s heavy garments.
broad lapels, close fitting collar,
Russian Overcoats for
This is' one of the most popular of all the boys' styles for fall. It is a
the many we are showing. The Children's Parlor is "running over"
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in many styles. Splendid values at
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County baseball league by defeating
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We have extra Par.t for these .Suit.
Tarn O' Shanters 50c to $2.50
All colors, sergf
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