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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 190G.
g We hzvc Ell the vell known
O hair Ionics. Vc a'.sc have one
j of our own we think, beats
O them all. Our Resorcin Tonic.
and falling hair; 75c the bottle.
H. O. Rolfs, Dispensing Chemist.
We have both the "old" and
IT'S A SIMPLE LITTLE HAT,
BUT IF IT'S NOT RIGHT IN
STYLE YOU ARE TO BLAME.
GO TO THE RIGHT PLAOE.
THE STYLE IS THERE AT
THE RIGHT PRICE.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Harper House Block.
WE CAN FURNISH THE LAT- g
EST DESIGNS AND BEST MA- O
TERIAL IN ICE CREAM AND g
FRUIT ICES. O
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PLEASE YOU. X
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Traders Ins. Co. Chicago, 111.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. . N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co. New York
Security Ins. Co. ....New Haven, Conn.
' Ins. Co.State of Illinois... Rockford, 111.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room 8, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
JOHN VOLK & CO.
Dealers in single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double
strength Window Glass, Polish
ed Plate, Beveled Plate and
311 AND 32t
ONE TO CLINTON
Independents Win Game From
Rock Island in Ninth
TWO RUNS FROM FOUR HITS
Amey Puts One Over the Fe'nce
Crangte in Box for Clinton
Down to Six Hits.
Clinton, Iowa, April 21. (Special).
In the ninth inning yesterday the Clin
ton Independents took the game awaj
from Rock Island by bunching four
hits. The Islanders were one ahead
up to that time, but two scores were
made in that inning, leaving the Inde
pendents cue to the good. A feature
of the game was the home run b
Amey, who made a clean drive ovei
the fence. There were no runners oa
i'liuion Itn.s Crjnf;lr.
Crangle, the former Springfield
pitcher, was in the box for Clinton,
and not only held, the Islanders dow..
to six hi's, but made three two-baggers.
Wilson pitched for Rock Island,
but it seemed to be his off day, as ho
was hit freely and his fielding was not
as clean as usual. The score:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II
Shaub, If 4 2 1
Carlisle, cf 4 1 0
Swalm, rf 5 0 2
Wanner, 2b 3 0 1 3
Vandine, 3b 5 0 0 1
Forney ,1b 3 1 0 10
Roland, ss 3 1 1 2
Amey, c 4 1 1 2
Wilson, p .4 0 0 2
Total 33 C 023 11 4
WInning run scored with one maa
CLIXTOX. AB. R. II.
Smith. 3b 5 1 4
Gray, cf 4
Crangle, p 4 2
11 27 IS
Score by innings:
Clinton 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 27
Rock Island 00030300 00
Hits by innings:
Clin'on 32 0 20000 411
Rock Island 1 0 1 2 o 2 0 0 0 C
Two base hits Crangle (3); Girsch.
The noted American prima donna,
will appear soon in Davenport, se
cured at large expense for the May
Festival, given by the Apollo Club
It will no doubt be of interest
to the many purchasers of Kimball
pianos to know that this great ar
tist uses and prefers for her per
sonal use in her home the
Mme. Xordica has also purchased
two Kimball pianos for relatives,
which further emphasizes her choice
as is shown in the following letter:
Waldorf Hotel, March 20. 1000.
Messrs. W.W.Kimball Co.:
I can only repeat of your Instru
ment what I said of the one you
sent me for my London home,
that the longer I use it the bet
ter I like it. The two Kimballs
purchased for relatives give the
same satisfaction, and whether
in arias or songs, the piano sup
ports the voice splendidly
I can cordially congratulate
the Kimball company.
LILLIAN NORDICA DOME.
We have just received from the
factories many new and beautiful
styles of this popular piano, includ
ing one of the new Minature
Grands. Please call and see
Grands. Please call at
S. W. BOWLBY, Mgr.
l6C9-1609'2 Second Avenue.
Shaub. Home run Amey. Stolen
bases Smith (2), Gray, Carlisle (2),
Swalm, Roland. Double plays Wan
ner to Forney; Roland to Forney. Bas
es on balls Off Crangle, 5; off Wilson,
2. Hit by pitcher Carlisle. Struck
out By Crangle 3; by Wilson 2. Um
pire J. Shields. Time of game 1:45.
Davenport nail Co!Irfrinn Tie.
Iowa City, Iowa, April 21. Stillmaa
opened the game in the box for Daven
port yesterday and the collegians fell
on him for eight hits and 10 runs in
the first inniug. Morrey Kent clouted
out a two bagger. On account of errors
the game ended with an even score, 13
to 13. Score:
Davenport ... 0 0 2 1 7 1 1 1 013 13 C
Iowa City ...101 01 0010013 17 5
Batteries Stlllman, Eul and Back
us; Poyner, Johnson and Kirk.
Kind Krccport Haitjr .
Defeating Rock Island twice appni
parcntly took the ginger out of the
Free-port team. At any rate the Chi
cago Edgars had no difficulty in whi
ning from the Wisconsin leaguers yer
tcrday, C to 1.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Xew York . .
St. Louis . . .
W. L. Pet.
Boston 5 2 .714
Pittsburg 4 2 .'7
Xew York 5 3 .025
Philadelphia 4 3 .571
Chicago 4 4 .500
Cincinnati 4 5 ,4-f-i
St. Eouis 2 - 3 .400
Brooklyn 1 7 .125
W. L. Tct.
Louisville 3 0 1 ,000
Kansas City 2 1 .CGI
St. rani 2 1 .(Id
Toledo 2 1 .00
Milwaukee 1 2 .33
Columbus -1 2 .33
Indianapolis 1 2
Minneapolis 0 3
Chicago. C; Detroit, 1.
Washington. 10; Boston. 1.
Philadelphia. 11: Xew York. 3.
Xew York. S; Brooklyn, 2.
Pittsburg. 0: Cincinnati. 4.
Boston. 7: Philadelphia, 3.
A M ER I CA X ASSOCIATION.
Columbus, 2; Kansas City, 1.
Ixmisville, '.); Minneapolis. 3.
Toledo. 9: Milwaukee. 1.
Indianapolis, S; St. Paul, 3.
AIMS ARE PEDAGOGICAL
Illinois Music Teachers Association
Also Promotes Fraternity.
The Illinois Music Teachers' associa
tion, which is to hold' its ISth conven
tion in Peoria June 12, 13, 11 and 13
is an organization which has for Us
purpo.se strictly pedagogic and educa
tional aims. It is also for the promo
tion of fraternal and social amenity
among the music teachers of Illinois
These objects are sufficiently com
mendable to enlist the sympathy and
cooperation of all teachers, music
students and the general public, who
are interested in the promulgation and
nrosrress of this noble, elevating and
refining art among us. This associa
tion has thus far done its work well
and therefore commends itself to ev
ery one who places a proper estimate
upon any and every educational efforr
and force which has to do with the
betterment of the individual and the
The convention last year was held in
Peoria, and the success was so pro
nounced that a most cordial invitation
from the citizens and press, was ex
tended, to "come again in 190C." The
association voted unanimously to ac
ccpt of the invitation. While the mu
sical programs recitals and concerts
last year were of a high order as to
quality, the program committee is ai
ranging for one step higher this yeai
There will be a fine array of first class
artists, which, with the literary and
pedagogic exercises, will mere than re
pay the teacher and music student for
the time and expense to attend. Fur
ther information can be obtained or
Secretary H. S. Perkins, 2G Van Buren
Gotch and Donaldson Matched.
Chicago, April 21. Frank Gotch and
Ole Donaldson will wrestle at the Wav-
crly theater on Friday, May 4. Don
aldson. who is said to be the Swedish
champion is to wrestle Carl Schilling
at Belleville, 111., tonight. Donaldson
stands C feet 2 inches, is 23 years
old, and has been wrestling for 4 years
! Hastings Reports.
Tra Tinetintra reDorted today for
work on the pitching staff of the Is
Human Blood Marks.
A tale of horror was told by marks
of human blood in the home of J. W.
Williams, a well known merchant of
Bac, Ky.' He writes: "Twenty years
ago I had severe hemorrhages of the
lungs, and was near death when I be
gan taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
It completely cured me and I have re
mained well ever since." It cures
hemorrhages, chronic coughs, settled
colds and bronchitis, and Is the only
known cure for weak lungs. Every
bottle guaranteed by Hartz & TJlle
meyer, druggists. 50 cents and ?1.
Trial bottle free. -
JUMPS THE TRACK
Engina on the Burlington Fast
Freight Off Near Twenty
TWO TRACKS ARE BLOCKED
Locomotive Useless Until it Comes Oui
of Shops Tow It to Gales
burg No Injuries.
The Burlington's Chicago fast freight
which arrives in Rock Island early ii.
the morning, was wrecked this morn
ing at 5:30 in the yards between Twen
ty-third-and Twenty-fourth streets, th'.
engine, Xo. 71, jumping the track at a
switch, and stopping in such a iosition
that both tracks were blocked. The
engine was almost overturned, and wa?
completely stripped in the accident. I
was not until nearly noon that tin.
track was cleared, the traffic in tlu
meantime having been sent over tin
Rock Island's tracks.
TM ItllIlir- (t ;Hl"N?iirKT.
Tim Rock Islam: i wrecker was nor
rowed, and r.Ktd to clear il:t- track. TIii
engine was so tlo:nol;s!ie;l that it wil,
have to be towed to Galesbtirg, when
it will be repaired.
The train was moving only about
eight miles an hour, but, either through
a faulty switch or an unusually sharp
llange on the engine, was thrown from
the track. None of the cats were dam
aged. The train men escaped injury
though one of the braketnen who wiu
just leaving the caboose was throwi
with force against the car ahead.
TO HEAR STATE PRESIDEN1
Miss Maris C. Brehm Speaks in Molinc
Miss Marie C. Brehm, state presi
dent of the W. C. T. I'., will l:av
charge of a meeting at the First Con
gregational church, Moline, tomorrow
evening at 7:45 o'clock. The subjec.
of her address will be "The World't
Outlook." Mrs. Addie Marshall-Field
a worker in the field for 2 years, wil:
be present and it is expected she wil'
take part in the meeting.
Russian Revolution About Over.
In spile of the brave show of couii
dence on the part of the revolutionists
the government is getting the situation
more thoroughly under control evcr
day, and unless it presses its victor
too far there is little d.inscr of a sue
cessful renewal of uprisina. Unles:
you resolve u .. t a bot:le of Host ft
ter's Stomach Bimrs a: l';e first sigi
of any disorder of the ftotr.ach. live)
or bowels the worse your case is go
ing to be. Many times ha-.i t'li:; sover
elgn n iiitdy saved a Ionjr sick tpel
when taken promptly. Tlicrefore wi
urge every sick man or woman to stari
taking it today. You'll find it excellent
as an appetite restore r, also to cure
and prevent sour risings, heartburn
headache, billiousness, indigestion
dyspepsia, costiveness, insomnia, fe
male ills or malaria, fever and ague.
Sick headache results from a de
rangemcnt of the stomach and is curee
by Chamberlain's Stomach and I.ivei
Tablets. Sold by all leading druggists
GOODS ARE THE BEST
WE CARRY THE LARGEST
STOCK IN THE WEST.
THE D. &. M. GOODS,
FIVE LEAGUE BALLS,
A FULL STOCK OF FISH
SrORTIXK GOODS STORE,
Rock Island, III.
ii m m
h ks vM&m rim
DIFFER IN FACTS
State's Attorney Scott Contends
That Newlin Case Does
Not Cover Nagei's.
OPINION HAS BEEN RECEIVED
Attorneys for Defendant Believe Su
preme Court's Ruling Will Result
in Dismissal of Prisoner.
Although the aitonu-y.s in the Wil
1'ani Xagd murder caso have rcceivi-d
he text of the opinion of the Mipieni.
court in the caso of the jieople; vs. New
tin, fieini Iroquoi.s ci(iiii:y, to which
hi y were referred in t'.:e disposition
if the motion for leave- tn file a p ti
ion for a writ of habeas i-orpus, tiiere
is still a elifTel enr-o of opinion iv.i to
A-hat should be the decision of the
rourt with re feTe-nce to Naj;el.
StiliC IJltVrr"fM-r in iti's.
Detween the two crises tin re is a dif
: , 1 LA
ference ia iliat Newlin, ai' hough ' ' ' ' j
in a seeond imlictment, had at no time; (
A'ithiu the lour months been s-1 at HIj- j ( l(rk b:
?riy, while Nagel was n l ase-d and tlieovr for
iee-onl indictment returned while he rr,'J
A-as at liberty so far as the murde r , vp-x j'n'U
-harse v.-as co.nce-ined. On this point ciery.
if dinerence Sia'e's Attornev Sceit t
Irkes his stand and will fur; Iter cen
;est tlu1 release of William Xagel until
lie has l.ccn tried in the court. On the
iher hand, Adair Pleasants and II. A.
Weld, attorneys tor the defendant, be
lieve that the release ef their client is
certain t o follow this decision. The
matter will be brought up again in the
City Council Chamber. Rock Islan.1. na;i.;htc rs of America, askfiii; the com.
III., April 20, loot;. The council met(.n to a,,,)ohu a committee to take
at 8 p. m. in special session. Mayor charge t.f the funds received at a eiii,
McCaskr.n presiding and all the alder-!
men prcsent. The clerk read the call
Rock Island 111., April 13, 1D0C II
C. Schaffer, City Clerk: You will
please call a special meeting of the
city council of the city of Rock Island,
to be held en the 2fth day of April,
1 !'!(!, at 8 ei'clejck p. m., for the pur
pose of taking action em the catas
treiphe at San IYancisco, Cal.
G. W. M 'CASK R IX, Mayor.
The mayor submitted the fedlowing
message to the council:
Gentlemen: Because of the terrible
calamity that has overtaken the cili
zens of San Franeisee. Cal., and cities
in tbe immediate vicinity of recent
date, and recognizing the ellre need of
sympathy and financial aid at this me-
ment, and having been specially faveir-
ed as a municipality on f selves in the
past, as the major of the city of Rock
Island, 111., I have called you together'
ths name of humanity to consider
the proposition of the city of Reck Is-!
land, as the executive and legislative
body of said city, of granting unto
these afflicted people some financial
aid, and immediately, if considered fav
orably, and send them a stipulated
amount to the governor of the state of
Alderman Anderson moved that the ing and laying in new goods. They
communication be received and made must go. Come for bargains,
a matter of record. j
Alderman Anderson offered the fol- Success has crowned our efforts of
lowing resolution: untiring endeavor and we present to
Resolved, That this council hereby the public with a confidence never be
appropriates the amount of $300 for fore held by any other medicine, llol
the sufferers in San Francisco and the Hater's Rocky Mountain Tea. C3c, tea
cities in the vicinity, and that the city or tablets. T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
You Will Always be iiv
Good Company if You Wear
They Are Ever
Stantlevrd o" what
OPENING SPRING SALE
New Wail Papers
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
310-312-314 TWENTIETH STREET.
Instruct eel to turn a voucher
said amount to the city tre-as-be
forwarded by him to the
I easure r of the
:nd th.it s-fid
up to and taken
out eif the
cont'nseiu fund account.
Resolution ademted by
Alder ran Anderson offered a resolu
tion that no charges be made asainst
the? salary accenmt for this meeting.
Alderman Itedibins moved that th
aldermen assess themselves $5 each
for the benefit of the relief fund. Adop
ted by unanimous vote.
Alderman Trefz presented a petition
from the Olive Branch council 'n 1
iter tei be served Wednesday and
Thursday, April 2(1 and 27. for the ben
efit of the earthquake sufferers. Peti
The mayor appointed as such com
mittee Aldermen Trefz, Dauber, .and
Adjourned on motion of Kckhart.
11. C. SCHAFFER, City Clerk.
A Call for Charity Workers.
AM patriotic lady organizations of
the city are invited and urged to join
in wiih the Daughters of America and
assist them with their charity dinne
and supper next Wednesday amt
Thursday for (he benefit n the Saa
Fiancisco sufferers. Heads of lodges
communicate at once with Mrs. Geei,
secretary, new phone 5974, and report
how many from their bulge will assist.
Merchants and others eend your con
tributiens of edibles to the hall early
en Tuesday. Everybody should join in
tnis work (f charity
MRS. EMMA MICIv Councilor.
MRS. VILLA GEER, Secretary.
Fire Sale of Groceries.
M. Marhlcstone, 021 Seventh avenue,
will sell his complete stock of grocer
ies at unheard of nrices before rebuilel-
f ' iff .. Vr-.;-" r
THE IMPORTED "TEKKO" PAR
LOR IN GERMAN AND FRENCH
THE LIBRARY AND HALL IN THE
ELEGANT JAPANESE AND ENG
THE DINING ROOM IN BEAUTI
FUL FRUIT TAPESTRIES, AND THE
DAINTY TWO-TONED BEDROOMS
ARE EXCLUSIVELY SHOWN HERE.
A further slight rise' in the Missis
sippi will occur from Clinton lo Musca
tine but nearly stationary Mages will
prevail by -Monday.
J. M. SIIISRIER. Local Forecaster.
Danger li ght Ch'gw
line 7 am. 21 hrs.
feet feet feet
St. Paul 11 ll.S 0.1
Red Wing II K'.7 0.::
Reeds Landing 12 !.7 0.2
La C rosse 12 11. .1 0.
P. du Chien IS 1.V3 0.0
Dubuque IS 1C.0 :.l
Le Claire 10 10.:; :0.l
Rock Island 15 13.S :0.2
Des Moines Rapids ... 7.5 0.4
Keokuk 15 13.5 :0M
St. Louis . .. 30 23.7 0.1
Kansas City 21 12.1 0.1
Rock Island vs. Davenport.
Rock Is-land meets Dave nHrt at the
Island City park tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock. This is the third exhibi
tion game of the season.
Half price takes any patent or other
medicine in' our store, early callers
get pick and choice.
1913 Second avenue.
Pru ri-ta store,
Popular Priced Tailors
519 Fifteenth Street, Moline, 111.
SUITS $18 AND UP
Xew phone S001. All tele
phone calls promptly attended to