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FOR EMERGENCIES. SOME
ONE WILL WANT THEM, AND
WANT THEM BADLY:
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I.latrrine. flmrfcrltr atta.
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Telephone for any of these
H. 0. Rolfs, Dispensing Chemist.
Phones WTl fr 6o7I.
When You Go
wit h ur wife or sweetheart,
see that you have the right style
hat. That's u'.ir business. W
have hats for the long face, fat
fare, or tin? thin face. The smart
new things in shirts, neckwear
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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1716 Second Avenue
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Sole aad keels.
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O ALL THE NEWS ALL THE O
O TIME THE AKGUS. O
ON THE GRIDIRON
Wapello, Iowa, Team in
Scrimmage With Rock
Island High School.
LOCAL TEAM NOT AT BEST
Moline is Playing With Tipton Daven
port High School Has Open Date
Today Games Tomorrow.
FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY.
Wapello High at Rock Island.
Tipton High at Moline.
Chicago-Northwestern at Evanston.
Michigan-Drake at Ann Arhor.
WIscons!n-Alumni at Madison.
Minnesota-Lawrence at Minneapolis
Purdue-Indiana at Indianapolis.
Illinoia-P. and S. at Champaign.
Iowa-State Normal at Iowa City.
Nebraska -Creighton at Omaha.
Yale West Point at West Point.
Princ ton -Coltunbia at New York.
Harvard-Brown at Cambridge.
Pennsylvania-Carlisle at Philadel
Navy-Swart hmore at Annapolis.
Thj Wapello and Hock Island high
school foot ball teams are iu the scrim
mage at Island City park this after
noon. While the local team is suppos
ed to be much the'stronger. the prac
tice this week has been irregular and
it is probable that the squad will not
go onto the field at its best.
At Moline the high school is In a
contest with the Tipton, Iowa, team.
Davenport high school did not suc
ceed In getting a game after the Clin
ton team notified the management of
its dlshandmcnt and the consequent
canceling of the contest scheduled foi
today. Therefore the Davenport team
is idle today and the members will
have opportunity to see the Rock In
land boys at work.
Much interest is manifested at Mo
line in the second contest of the sea
son between the Moline Club eleven
and that of the East End club, which
will be played at Athletic park tomor
row. The club team won the first con
lest by a small score, but now has
three of its best men on the hospital
list, and the East Ends are confident
of evening up the honors.
SEVERAL PROSECUTIONS FOR
VIOLATION OF GAME LAW
Half a Dozen Instances of Illegal
Shooting Followed by
Spiinglield. Hi., Oct. 8. Convic
tions for violations of the Illinois game
law have been reported to the State
Came Commissioner J. A. Wheeler in
the last week as follows:
Merchant Rooney, Salem. Marion
county; killing quail; prosecuted by
Deputy Warden Smith: fined $10.
William Norys, Sangamon county;
hunting without a license: prosecuted
by Deputy Warden Kossett: fined $25.
Fred Weaver. St. David. Fulton
county; killing quail; prosecuted by
Deputy Warden Cook; fined $25 and
Edward Wright. Belleville. St. Clai'
county; killing a woodpecker; prose
cuted by Deputy Warden William II.
Wagner; fined $12.50 and committee)
Ceorge Jones. Ashley. Washington
county; killing a quail; prosecuted by
Deputy Warden Wood: fined $15 and
Willard Kitehell. St. David. Fulton
county; killing a meadow lark; pro
secuted by Deputy Came Warden
Cook; fined $25 and costs.
Tipman Hurt; Corbett Won.
Baltimore. Md.. Oct. 2S. Just after
the bell had closed the eighth round of
what was to have been a 15-round bout
between "Young" Corbett of Denver
Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis
cuit home-imxle. They will be fresher,
cleaner, move tasty and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder helps the house
wife to produce at home, quickly and eco
nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised
hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer
cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food
found at the bake-shop or grocery does
Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.
royal bah i no powoea co., Mew vow.
and Joe Tipman of this city, before
the Eureka Athletic club last night
Tipman seemed in great pain and al
most fell from his chair. It was at first
claimed he had broken a bone in hi?
right hand, but after hi glove bad been
removed and he bad been almost car
ried to his dressing room it was an
noun red that the injury was the strata
tng of a ligament of the thumb. Re
feree O'Hara gave the fight to- Corbett.
HOLIDAY FOR STUDENTS
AT ACGUSTANA COLLEGE
Celebrate Reformation Day Tuesday at
the Institution Programs Morn
ing and Evening.
Augusiana students will be given
a holiday Tuesday in the celebration
of reformation day. Programs have
been arranged for both morning and
evening, there being no recitations
The day is annually observed at Augus
tana college in this manner and the
speaker in the morning this year will
be Rev. J. P. Sjostronl of Rock ford. In
the evening the Concordia society wilj
have charge and Dr. E. F. Uartholomew
and Mr. Sandstedt. . will speak. The
Wennerberg chorus and ih; chapel
choir will join In the program.
HAVE GLASS OF 200
Members of Court of Honor of
City Plan Union Initia
tion Nov. 2.
MEETING AT ARMORY HALL
Supreme Officers to Be Present and
Participate in Exercises Searle
Members of the different local courts
of th Court of Honor of this city have
been making extensive preparations
for the past month for a union meeting
at Armory hall on Nov. 2. A class ot
200 candidates will be initiated. The
supreme chancellor. A. L. Herreford.
Supreme Recorder W. E. Robinson
Charles J. Riefler. editor of The Court
of Honor, the official paper of the so
ciety and Dr. J. F. Myers, of this city,
supreme medical director, will be pros
cnt and assist in the ceremonies.
Conrad .1. Kirsch. chancellor o
Court No. Ml will conduct the ceremony
of initiation assisted by the officers of
the other courts of the city. The de
gree team of Court No. 31 under the
command of Capi. Anna Evans will
exemplify the drill inanuel. The team
has just purchased handsome new nni
forms in. which they will appear for
the first time that evening. Court No
31 now has one of the beet degree
teams in the order.
Srmrlf IM-llvrrrt AddreMM.
Hon. C. J. Searle has been selected
to deliver the address of welcome in
behalf of the local courts to the visit
ing supreme officers. After the initia
tion an interesting literary and musical
program will be rendered, following
which refreshments will be served.
Dancing will conclude the exercises of
The courts of Daveniort. Moline and
Milan have been invited and all have,
signified an intention of having large
Sebring Chosen as Manager.
Williamsport. Fa., Oct. 27. James
D. Sebring. former outfielder of the
Cincinnati National league club, last
uight was elected manager and cap
tain of the Willfamsport club, the Til
state champions, for the season ol
1900. to succeed Max L. I.indheimer.
Sebring left the National league and
played part of last season here. He
has been traded by Cincinnati, together
with Harry Steinfeldt. for Jake Weitner
Makes digestion and assimilation
perfect. Makes new red blood and
bone. That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will do. A tonic for the
sick and weak. 35 cents. Tea or Tab
lets T. H. Thomas, Pharmacist.
TAKE ALL THREE
Centrals Trim the Brunswick s of
Moline in Opening Games
SALZMANN AND WESTON HIGH
Recruits Lose to Flying Dutchmen in
Moline Rivals Victorious Over
Scouts in Davenport.
.-In. the first game of the Tri-City
Bowlfng league season, at the Centra;
alleys last evening, the Centrals of
this city easily defeated the Bruns
wieks of Moline. the totals of the two
teams being 2.482 for the Centrals, and
2.320 for the Brunswlcks. Salzmann.
of the Centrals made the highest indi
vidual score. 230, and also made the
highest total for the three games, scor
ing 58S. The Centra's took all three
games. Following is the tabulated
Thorns 139 135 181 475
Salzniaun 230 165 193 58S
3t raver 118 13:: 136 387
Cameron 17S 11 13S 487
West on 181 204 202 5S7
Totals 846 S36 S0 24S2
H run vi Irk.
Wrignt 150 145 159 454
Williams lf.3 133 104 450
West 149 11 127 457
Warner 150 132 151 433
Wag?'? 191 159 176 526
Totals 793 750 777 2320
Tae Recruits opened in Moline last
night and were defeated two of the
three games by the Flying Dutchmen.
In Davenport the Rivals and Scouts,
both of Davenport, went together on
heir home alleys, the Rivals winning
two of the three games.
WILL ASK RECEIVER
Richard F. Kinsella, Stockholder, Al
leges Ball Club Is Paying Ille
Springfield. III.. Oct. 2V Richard F
Kinsella has secured an injunction re
straining Secretary H. I. Jones am'
Treasurer John E. (Jeorge front col
lecting salaries from the SpringlieU
Baseball association. Kinsella. who b
a stockholder in the club, alleges tha:
when the association, was organized I:
was understood no salaries were to be
paid. Secretary Jones and Treasurer
George bought a controlling Interest
In the team, and are said to have been
taking salaries of $luo a mouth with
out the knowledge of the board of di
rectors. It is probable the court will
be asked to name a receiver, and these
officers will be asked to make an ac
counting. H. H. CLEAVELAND ELECTED
Grand Junior Warden of Grand Com
mandery of Illinois.
H. II. Cleaveland, M. M. Briggs, alio
C. W. Thatcher have returned from
Chicago, where they represented Rock
Island masonic bodies at the grand
meetings of the states. II. H. Cleave
land was honored with election in the
grand conmiandery of the state to tht
olJice of grand junior warden. He is
In direct line for election to the highes'
masonic office in Illinois, that of grand
commander. M. M. Briggs. who repre
sented the Rork Island Council No. 20
was honored with an appointive office
In the 'grand council. C. W. Thatcher
represented Rock Island chapter No
IS in the grand chapter sessions.
Chicago Oct. 28. Following are the
aiarket quotations today:
December. 89. 97. S9l, 'JVt.
May. 91.. 92, 91, 91.
July, StiVs. Stt'.s. 7.
December. 45,, 46. 458. 15.
May, 455i. 46,l5,2. 1 1 ' -Oats.
December. 304, o0',j. 3',i. 3o,i.
May, 32. 33. 32i. 33.
July, 31. 31. 31 , 31.
October, . lti.57. 16.37. 16.5'.
January, 12.42, 12.45, 12.40, 12-45.
October. 7.07. 7.12. 7.07. 7.1'.
December 6.82, .90, C2. 6.87.
January, ti.80, 6.85, 6.80. .82.
October, 7.25, 7.25, 7.25. 7.25.
January. 6.47. 6.52. 6.47. 6.5'.
May. C.7 6.72. 6.70. 6.70.
Re-ceipts today Wheat 96. corn 147
oats 222. hogs 8.tn cattle sheer
Hog market opened strong to 5(
higher. Light 4.&0&5.25. mied an'
butchers 4.SO&5.25, goel heavy 4.40
5.25. rough heavy 4 4ofrl.;.
Caulc market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 4.o. cattle -'.
Hogs at Kansas City 60. cattl; l.WJ.
U. S. Yards. 8:4' a. m. Hog market
strong, 5c to lc higher. Light 4.600
5.22, mixed and butchers 4.80&5.35.
good heavy 4.40&5.27, rough heavy
Cattle market steady. Beeves 3.40
&6.Z5. cows and heifers 3.40ft 4.4).
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed stead)'. Light 4.6u
65 25 mixed' and butchers 4.70fr5.3y,'
MERE TIHIEY ARE
A FEW OF
i KUH. NATHAN & FISCHER CO
good heavy 4.4005.27, rough heav.
1.40 li 4.65.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. Sugar 110'4.
Cas 103',. C. R. I. & I 29 . Southern
Pacific ;tn. H. & O. lllVi. Atchison
ornmon 87V, C. M. & St. P. 179, Cop
per 814. W. l Tel. Co. 92?4. N. Y.
Central 150, L. & N. ISO'.. Reading
common 124U, Canadian Pacific 169V4,
H. R. T. 74 . U. S. Steel common 37.
1T. S. Steel preferred 104',,. Penna
111. Missouri Pacific 102. Union
Pacific 1::h;. Coal and Iron 86. Erie
common 47. Wabash preferred 40',. C.
S- O. W. 21'i. Illinois Central 1777.
Car Foundry :59 Republic Steel pre
ferred 91, Republic Steel common 2".
MetroiKilitan 119, Smelters 1327.
New York. Oct. 28. Reserve de
2rea.se. 1152.225; less V. S. decrease,
1142,650: loans increase. $15,129,300;
specie increase. $2,897,900; legals in
crease. $1,508,100; deposits Increase.
$18,232,900; circulation increase. $209,
600. LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. Oct. 28. Following aro
the wholesale quotations in today'e
Provisions and Produce.
Iiutter Creamery, 23c$21c; dairy,
18c to 20c.
Lard Sc(ft 10c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 9c
a pound; hens, per pound, 7c; ducks,
per pound 10c; turkeys per pound 12c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 55cf GOc.
Eggs Fresh, 22c.
Feed and Fuel.
' Grain Corn, new 45c, old 5ocft52c;
Forage Timothy hay, $8.00$10.00
prairie, $8 to $9; clover, mixed, $7&$8;
Wood Hard, per load,$4.50$5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13c14c, slack,
jer bushel, 8c9c.
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $1.50
Cattle Steers, $3.00$1.75; rows
ind heifers, $2.00$4.00; cal?es,$3.00
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3.00
$5.50; Iambs, $l$f$6.50.
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be just as skeptical and
pessimistic as you please. Kodol will
ligest what you eat whether you eat
r not. You can put your food in a
bowl, injur a little Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure on it and it will digest It the
same as it will !n your stomach. It!
can't help but cure indigestion and
lyspepsia. It is curing hundred and
housands some had faith and some
didn't. Kodol will cure you if medi
cine will cure you, whether you have
faith in it or not. Sold by all drug
gists. NICE HAIR FOR ALL.
Once Destroy the Dandruff Germ, and
Hair Grows Luxuriantly.
Aujcne can have nice hair if he or
she has not dandruff, which causes brit
Je. dry hair, falling hair and baldness.
To cure dandruff, it is necessary to kijl
'he germ that causes It, and that is
iut-t what. Newbro's Herpicide does,
"oiutliui Crew, Colfax, Wash., sari:
"One bottle ejf Newbro's Herpicide
completely cured me of dandruff,
which was very thick: and it has stop
ped my hair from falling out." It make
hair aoft and glossy as silk; delightful
odor, and refreshing hair dressing. I:
permits the hair to grow abundantly,
and kills the dandruff germ. Sold by
leading druggists. Send 10 cents in
stamps for sample to the Herpicide
company. Detroit, Micb. T. H. Thom
a, tpecial agent. J
KUR NATHAN & FISCHER CO.
WE INVITE COMPARISON; NOTHING SUITS US BETTER.
WE KNOW IF YOU HAVE LOOKED AT OTHER STORES BEFORE
YOU COME HERE YOU ARE P03TEO AND WILL AT ONCE AP
PRECIATE THE VALUES WE ARE OFFERING IN OUR STOVE
DEPARTMENT. WE SELL NOTHING BUT GUARANTEED GOODS.
150 STYLES OF HEATING STOVES TO CHOOSE FROM. 100
STYLES OF STEEL RANGES AND COOK STOVES TO CHOOSE
et BR AK E EST" i
Furnishers. ILUTlVUM U-rf Company. 0
324--326-32S Brady Street. Davenport, Isv.
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For & Big Ash Pile
in the Alley.
YOU SAVE C3 CENTS ON EVERY TON OF COAL BY USING OUR
LA SALLE THIRD VEIN CHUNKS
IT WEIGHS 10 PER CENT LIGHTER THAN WET BANK COAL,
AND PRODUCES MORE HEAT AND LESS ASHES THAN ANY OTH
ER SOFT COAL, AND CONTAINS LESS CLINKERS, SLATE OR
TRY A LOAD AND BE CONVINCED. SOLD ONLY BY
MUELLER LUMBER CO..
BOTH PHONES. TWENTY-FOURTH STREET AND THIRD AVE.
KUH. NATHAN & FISCHER CXX
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