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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 100G.
The new spring woolens are
ready and we'll take great pleas
ure In showing them to you at
They're handsome, indeed!
Men, who know just what they
want, come here knowing that
they'll get it.
The men we dress are always
g well dressed and satisfied men,
and they speak of our work In
the highest terms.
We're not high priced tailors,
and we feel sure that, if we
make clothes for j-ou once, you'll
come to us the next time of
your own accord.
J.B. ZIMMER&SON, fi
1817 Second Avenue. 9
For Your g
WE CAN FURNISH THE LAT
EST DESIGNS AND BEST MA
TERIAL IN ICE CREAM AND
GIVE US YOUR NEXT OR
DER. WE WILL BE SURE TO
AND SICK WOMEN
Why ure you sufforinpr? I- it ie
c ausc monoy is dt-arer to you than your
health, your happiness. yiir life? Or
is it because physicians failed to help
" Men and Women! If it is bf-causo
virar jhvsir-ians failed, we say, why be
!'sr-oiirasifl ; why suffer from stomaeii
:-.nd hiin-rl troubles, from piles and
rheumatism? Why run the risk of ewt
tinpr heart trouble and dropsy, which
result from rheumatism, when a treat
ment by us will U. away with your ills
Women, younpr and old. why suffer
from diseases peculiar to your sex?
We defy any physician to treat as suc
cessfully as we !.
You OK ana MldiUe-AKed Men. why
suffer from any special and peculiar
ilisease at all. when we can and will
cure vou. to Htny eiiretlf
If fnonev is dearer to you than your
health, stay away from us. We do not
coax vou "by promising to jj've free
consultation and examinations. If you
want to pet rid of your troubles, come
t us. Your first call and the first med
ieine piven to you will prove to you
that we do what we undertake and j
promise to do.
We succeed where others fail, because
we spent 17 years, day and nis?ht, in the
hospitals of Germany. France, Austria.
:ind Russia, and worked there under the
directions and instructions of the best
and world-wide known professors.
If you want to be cured; if you want
to be convinced that we can and will
cure you. come to us. We will charse
you for the first consultation, examina
tion and medicine i0 cents only.
Come. IX) not delay. Io not say
"lomorrow." Tomorrow may be too
late. Cme at once.
THE MEDICAL CLINIC
SOS Twentieth St., Hock Island.
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays
Charles E. Hodgson.
American Ins. Co
Continental Ins. Co. . . .
Agricultural Ins. Co. ..
Traders Ins. Co.
Williamsburg Ins. Co. .
New Hampshire Ins. Co
.Newark, N. J.
. , . .New York
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 5, Buford block. Ratei
aa low as consistent with security.
JOHN FOLK & CO.
Dealers In Ingle 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 32
I THUF.RJRYR 1 JR AGUE OPENS TOMORROW
EAGER FOR FRAY
Islanders Preparefor the Opening
of the Three-Eye Sea
son in Peoria.
COMMODORES IN DAVENPORT
Season Opens in Rock Island May 9
Oistillers Play Here on
Tomorrow morning Jack McConneil
ami the Islanders have for Peoria, and
in t'm afternoon open the season of
the Throe-Eye league with lhielow's
Distillers. Leweo and his Decatur
Commodores can be seen iu a contest
k Island ltr.es. l.;tll
I'lt si.U lit
with Kennedy's Knickc rbockfi i:i
Davtnpcrt at tho Kaiv.e tlnu and it is
probable? that a large number of the
Rock Island fans will bo in attc-nd-f.w:e.
'as they will noi have any loasii'J
games hrri until May !. Tiie Uabbits
open in P.Ioominston and Spring!itl 1
conns to Dubuque.
Hon Tliey Line
Manager MeConnell has picked tho
team that will be taken to 1'eorit.
Shaub is not ytt able to play, but as
soon as lie recovers sufficiently he wili
appear in tho left field. It is probable
that Wilson will play in the opening
game there. Carlisle will be in center
t r .
JACK M CONNKLU
.M.in.-igor It-jck Island I1as.-ltall Team.
and Swalm in right Ik Id. Baconi will
be en the first bag. Wanner on second
and Vandine on third. Ragan ' will
bold down the shoit stop's position.
McConneU and Forney will do the back
stop act. The pitchers who leave with
the team are Lakaff. Wilson. Converse,
Scott, and Neal. Seitz and Gibson will
remain here during the six games the
team is away.
To Ufft Today.
Tt-.i-j ? Iif-inrr mdfi n l;lv of rest for
the boys, who have been working hard j
s'nee ikev first reported, morning and!
afternoon. The uniforms will be dis
tributed a.rong ihe men tonight, the
blue for the circuit and the white for
Wonderful development can be noted
in the work of the players during the
last veek. Previous to that time the
work in all the "games was by individ -
mil effort. Team work has been the
order cf practice recently, and to this
they can be eaten Ireely they are pure
THE WALTER M. LOWNEY
ie. ri--tf- v.-,r- :i.,-.x."-1vV't!S'ii
may be" attributed considerable of the
marked change In the quality that has
been dished tip. particularly on the in
field. Tho weak points have bsen strength
ened, and it can be predicted that on
the getaway the Islanders will hold
their own. - '
McClelland, who was given a trial
for the first bag, was given his release
today. Backus, who was cut loose,
was picked up by Free-port's Wiscon
sin league team.
Mill Wiu Another.
I'.urlington, Iowa. May 2. Cedar
Rapids defeated Burlington in a slug
ging match, all three pitchers being
hit hard by their opponents. Burling
lon made a batting rally toward the
end and scored eight runs. Cedar
Rapids could do nothing in the last
part of the game. Score:
Cedar Rapids 0 0 1 0 5 .1 4 0 015 1G 12
Burlington ..0 1 0 0 0 04 1 0 9 9 (5
Batteries Crandall and Berry:
Crist, Green, Billings and Gagnier.
Spr!ii-llell, ::; Peoria. 2.
Peoria, III., May 2. In a fast and
snappy game the Senators defeated the
Distillers by the close score of tS to 2.
Well placed hits in the eighth inning
netted three runs and won the game
lor the visitors. Score:
Peoria 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 9 0
Springfield . . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 C 10 2
(tlieniiiK; fu Davenport.
Mayor . Becker will toss the first bail
up to the batter at Davenport tomor
nioirow when Decatur opens the sea
sen there. Before the game the teams
will have a street car ride about Dav
enport and this city accompanied by
DOPE FOR THE FANS.,
Down at Decatur they are of the
that Ross Thornton will yet
come back to the fold.
It is said that:
. . (' . . 1 .-. tV . T - I . , -) , 1! Ill
th-.it niiv (VTitnl le-icrue team!
wiil be willing to pay for his services
and lie now has the option of accept
ing it or not play ball at all. Confi
dence is asserted that he will be able
o graduate to faster company at the
-ml of the season if he keeps up the
improvement that has charactc
his work in the last two years.
Haute this spring to play with Uca i -
in- in ,h- nut lav.- league, has been al -
wri m return to the fold. Last year.
it will be recalled. Kohley failed to
show ui at R ck Island after being ad- ;
vanced monev. He was trade 1 t: J
Terre Haute for 'Freak" Jones, thej
pitcher, and played there during tho ;
season.' It is to be hoped for the ben-j
efit of the Huts lhat they will not '
take of getting into Illi
nois during their wanderings this sea
son. Barney McKeown and Al BumiP.cr,
released by Donnelly, have join-oil ihe
Keokuk Iowa league team.
Kewanee, with which Lundin is
pitching this year, has issued a chal
lenge to play any Chicago Independ
ent team. Peoria was defeated Sun
day 4 to 1. I.nndin being touched for
but four rafe ones.
Though Manager McGraw, MeCr.nn
and Bresnahan were put out. cf the
grounds in the game with Boston, New
... - ,
; ork won yesterday i to y
j The first no hit game of the sea
son in the big leagues v. as pitched
yesterday by Lush of Philadelphia.
1 who had Brooklyn guessing all the
Moline is to have a game Sunday
between the Moline-Muscatine profes
sionals and Rust's Yales, of Daven
port. The latter team was defeated
Saturday and Sunday at Muscatine
by Hines' men.
Thornton is not the only recalci
trant out fielder in the Three-Eye.
Dubiuiue has not vet been able to,
agree on terms with Steve Reagan, j
and he mav not Join the team after all. j
TURNSTILE IN THE GATEWAY
New Manner of Admission to Island
City Park Hereafter.
Patrons of the baseball games will
be compelled to become accustomed
to the use of the turnstile at the gate
way of Island City park, as that will
be the manner of admittance hereafter.
i People will be allowed to pass through
'only one at a time, and the turnstile
' registers every admission.
are the moit delicious and have
'the largest sale of any
In their making nothing Is
used but the choicest choco
late, pure cane sugar, finest
and fruits, and purest ex
of fruits and flowers.
peculiar to Lowney's Candies to that
CO., Chocolate and Cocoa Makers.
G(MS HERE NEXT
Federation of Colleges to be En
tertained by Augustana
DELAY ACTION OF FOOTBALL
Await Announcement of Definite Aa
tion of the Big Nine Discuss
High School Standards.
Augustana gets the next annual
meeting of the Illinois Federation of
Colleges, which completed Us business
at Galesburg yesterday, with the elec
tion of the following officers:
President R. E. Ilieronymous oi
Vice President Thomas W. Lingle
Secretary and Treasurer R. O. Gra
ham of hloomington.
These with Dr. A. R. Taylor of Mill;
kin and President Thomas McCleliar
of Knox will constitute the executive
During the meeting the following
resolution was adopted:
"Be it resolved that the committee
be instructed to confer with the an
thoriiics of the state university look
ins toward .united action between thr
university and the federation :f col
legs in the inspection of high -school:
of tb.e state."
Heretofore an effort h:is been maT
to get the schools of the state on ;
common basis in regard to work f.:
er.tianrc to colleges, but this idea wil
ho abandoned and the work will b
! se rialized so the colleges will be al
l.y.vcd to sit their own siamutrus in
lines of study, n is n n j
. . ... i i
-.eSt'ce than tins will m t no enu in
better plan than that of putting f:
i .n.lnril on the same basis
.ui.lcil by H-K Vine.
The secretary of the committee or
athletics was not present, but Pr. A
11. Taylor of Millikiii presented a res
ol uion. the substance or wnidi w c
ithat before deciding on any rules re
! "ar.ling the government of footbal
j among the federation eo'leges the ae
ltiea to be taken by the Big Nine tit
! learned. Af'cr the big universities
' have made their final decision the mat
tor wili be rt ported to to various coi
w ;cs and they v.-ill Le asked to sa
what they wish to d. on the matter.
The fnal action on this will proa
ably nut be taken until the holiuays
when a meeting will be held in Spring
Dr. Ih P. R m'ol"n:ow l epre.-ente'
August ana college and exientied th
invitation to the federation to
next meeting in Rock Island.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
W. I,. Pet
New York VI : .NIL
Chicago 11 .01 "i
Pittsburg 0 (J .',
Philadelphia 1 S .521!
Boston 7 1 . i:is
St. Louis 0 S .-12 'J
Cincinnati 7 VI .3.V;
Biocklyn 1 l' .2;) j
V. I,. Pet
Philadelphia : " -3
Chicago 7 ' .5:JS
Cleveland I .'"0
St. Louis 7 7 .r.no
Washington 7 7 .ro0
Detroit 7 .1G2
New York ! S .120
Kansas City 5
V. L. Pet.
. 5 0 1,000
. 4 1 .S00
. 4 1 .ROO
. 2 .coo
. 2 3 .400
. 1 4 .200
. 1 4 .200
. 0 5 .000
South Bend . .
Springfield . . .
Wheeling . . . .
Terre Haute .
St. Louis. 1 : Chicago. 5.
Cincinnati. 8; Pittsburg, 3.
Boston, 5; New York, 7.
Brooklyn, 0; Philadelphia, G.
Cleveland, 1; St. Louis. 3.
Philadelphia. 10; Washington. 2.
New York, 8; Boston. 0.
Columbus, 1 ; . Minneapolis, 4.
Louisville, 4; Milwaukee. 12.' - -Toledo.
1: St. Paul, 1 (six innings).
Indianapolis. 12; Kansas City, 4.
Canton, 7; Dayton, 4.
Wheeling. 0; Springfield, 2.
South Bend-Evansville; rain.
Grand Rapids-Terre Haute, rain.
Play In Muscatine.
The Intermediate and Junior basket
ball teams of the Y. M. C. A. will play
"1-3 -L-i tjf ici rs vJt li."
4 ? ? :
return games wiiii the two t-:r.;:s tu
he Musca.ine' a.-.-oeiai ion Satuid:;;.'
'veiling at. Muscatine. Tiie Rock Is
land Hams last Saturday tasily do
?e:ttod the Mtir-eaLne boy:; a: the- le.ca!
fANCL AND NEE SIGN
Prominent Fighters Co 15 Rounds in
Davenport May 24.
Eddie Tancl and Paddy Nee have
icon signed by the Tii Ciiy Athletic
i'lb cf Davenport to ?-::; 15 rounds in
at city May 21. Bitii are wed
known In the pugilistic vorld. Nee
;aing recently app aretl across iho
tiver in the sessien in whic'a he knock
ed o.t; Kid Fattiier !' Pemia.
VILL HAVr. TO MOVE
. LUNCH VAG0?4 LOCATION
Incident Grew!;-. 3 Ov.t cf Ncioy Crowd
Results in Com
piaiiit. There is treul-le on over the hot
lunch wagons that have liven laminar'
on stree t corn, rs for soaio y'M
This is du ,0 t.:e ntitureof Miecroweisl
hat Iittve been congregating :!,)':;
them of late, pat ; iciua i ly tae one at
the corner of. Market s-juare end Src
e;nel avenue. Last night a number of
hoys ere. a: cd a disturbance tiint resub
1 in a v.indenv beitig l?'iiie.ii in tin"1
st con d story above TiKenas" th ug
store. Today Mr. Thomas informed t lie
mayor that tho nuisance hail genie far
enough. lie was advised that the way
lei pat a step to if was to outer objec
tion to the license being renewed, and
that now was the proper time. Mr.
Thomas .acted accordinclv.
The owner of the wagon will ae
cordinsly bs- obliged to se.ek another
& HI 4&&&fi i (ftt
1 r&HSX&?': W;i''75f n '--V
g ' A":: i' 'l' ' They Are Ever the W ; f g
tvf:i. j ) 5 tandsvrd cf what Is r V iwl )
1 1 V : fC'li-'. -A g
I Best ii Quality and llf: 8
I Correct Style MW
1 in 1 nirMra ptfui
I ULLLlwiLltil & iIIliiLSito 5
We care not how you suffe'reel, nor! three cities, one at noon. atio;!:e r at
Rocky Mountain Tea makes the puni- .'1 o'clock and the ki-t a ." in the en
what failed to cure you. Iloilister's in. sr. In addition til! of the local
est, weakest specimen of man or w- freight on tiie elivi b::i this side of Jo
nianhood strong and healthy. Coc, tea liet.and this sitie of Peoria, comes to
or tablets. T. 11. Thomas' pharmacy.
kickapoo Worm Killor t a rent liov-ehnM l.tcFin.T. Tor rears I !id not fctioww liat it meant to
hare a uiglit s nudist iirbed ri-t. Tiie Ciiil'lit-n writ wakeful, wuul.l lo. nhout ati 1 t'iro-.v Ihnr ctvcrm
off. ihtyw-ere pnle, puny ati.l ill-nature. 1. Two Loxt-sof Kickajioo Von:i K il !cr tliantrt-tl tlu-t-.i imo
happy, healtlvy cluhiren. Tlic l ey antl youufr-r prirl passt-d nrarly two ciipfuls ol worm- little nil 1 iu
while t'i? older trirl pas-e l lour worms. ruc.i nearly two fset Ion;;. The whole liousehol.l frels tlte reticV
While trie niedieincco-t us but 25 cents, it was worth more tuaa fy .00 to u.s. My hul.aud ioii: me iti
expressing our heartiest thank." J
MKS- - lCNeil-ISir, 3J7 Ctevclan 1 Are., Ciicao, Secretary I.a.Iu ' I'rot'ressi ve t'uiou.
This is but one of the thousands of families mado happy by
V' i r v:
I i M MM tri J
the most "wonderful remedy in the trnrM for nil stomaeii or intestinal troubles, whether of
chi elren or adults. It it in can.ly tablet form, so j.ieaatit that children enjov takini; it. If your
cu: ldrcn show any r.vmptomr. of Worms-f,ul breath, licklc appetite, picking at the nose, eni.-l-mg
toe teeth. c!..rk nue-s mit ercv-s. llt!hcI rhn-i sx-r..lr.n lA.r.i ...1. -.,..1 ! T: ....
t-.4 1 1 . , . . .
I'iX ivV.r i j 1 ' v . - - iw.trsni a si:rpnsinc;l v ennek change
tj fo,r V s ter w,tl 1 lkc P'-'cc. It cannot do h.trm. It will tone and sw,-etcn the clttitc rvr.tcm,
M v'hetber thcrc ar Wf,Tttt or !,it nts a box, ,'ru-gists or bv i:ia;i. i-atttpies and advice free.
KICKAPOO C O . C ! in t o n v H I c , Conn.
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You Will Always be ii g
Good Company if You Wear g
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HOW IT IS
Traffic Men S-e Freight Hardled
at the Bg TrAnsfr in
ABOUT 75 MEN ON SPECIAL
Guests of Keck island Agents Enor
mous Amcutit of 3usir.?c5 in Con
eolidatien View ihe Shops.
A roia;:any of e.bj'tt T-" n i-'i. 1 1 ; : o.'
tin tu jiiti resie-1 la s'i-.et.'r.g (!-
larttnent.s ,.f vailous t. t.a and
jobiiing houses in ii:e thiee citii .
wete tiie guv. t .-' fi tbe Kofi-. I skit: d
agents yesier.Iay afternoon o:. an i:: -
st.eetien trip t) i;ie Silvi-s ttan-fir.
The pa ; t y h'lt Kof i; Isk'.r.d in a spcci;,I
tra'n at and arrived at the trans-
;:'-.; ad eif ti
;1'1V! :n "i.:fj" fr.ini I lie Ir't ili;1-- T'i
, ri ,,.;;;..., ::.
,,n,,:;,;t v ,.v.in -1? t !i ii t t '.
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1 1 !:!! rol I'.-irs l):tl!y.
Ti:e plat form is l.t.tio fie: long, and
seuneilrihir v-: r '' feeM in width. At
the east e nd is lite office, fr; 111 e.'iiii-h
1'. F. Pi. lands, th. :ian:-fe-r ag..nt. a:id
his ellice a s s i .-; ::tit s. ilirtet the !:::nd
ling i f iiboitt P't! c.rs each way eia'Iy.
Pi 1 ween p) and ('' truckeis a:e vni
ploycel ;ir the tiansfer. and over t';.';ii
are numerous Tally m u ;ui i he: hei.
'o e-rvitit mi-ta.ivi s in iea iing the
.. ' freight.
iMoight is continually et-".i;i;ig in.o
the transfer for icioading. three trips
J dailv bedng se-nt. to Silvis froi iho
J Silvis transfer. As the tars tome in.
MACDE, Ol.K A.1.D iXUA
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' .1.1 -err i; ,,11-- -. L n dF t l,ii..e.1;.' ,i ,r: ,'-'' ,.., i 1 1 - . . :.' i
u.rfTr3.! J 1-: . WfoJ-?.'.-f?dL fti.SA (n, vv
v.., ..M i-ivj.iia.i,
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. "e 4ft.
a M .t v. v:i v.." it -.. w s v. v s
m m . . ... .f. ... a4 . . ... ... y s ...
:!: are i:: f t i on the track on the
i:ith !' tin- j .!: ' form, l!i mm-ty or
more iiijit;-' e:;ra having been jdaced
in !'i;ee st t ings on Ihe south of tie
platform. Ti:e bilis of eviy shij iiKiit
are gone ovi r, and t!i' cierk 11. arks
on the bill tie- le.inilM r of Ihe ear in'o
wiiieh 1 be goo. Is jdsall h-- placed, and
ti e "s-i'ot" niii.;!,er of tii::! cai's loi-a-t
ii.ii oa tho Irar'; b i'g !simiat( 1 by
a ininiber, according to a definite ph. 11
t'ol'.ow 1 each day.
As tiie bills are clucked and the
loading de.-ignatt d en 1 1 : :i 1 . they are
1 1 r 1 1 e 1 over to a I nub bos-;, who ti
ters the car, ;;i:d directs the transfer
oi tiie freight according to the "Vjiot"
rn:n;b!v slfevn on tl:e various shi;i
p't.g idiis. Th" sy.-tem is rapidly be-
rii::g ti me ;irfeet. a;: I ocea.-i on::l
j !i bi s ai'il errors that now occur will
' 1 ii ! 1 v 1 c :i':,ii- t itnnoss i ble
J i(in i)f
I tiai l r. a .i.rit f tiij) was tiiii li
! t , 1 h ;i j-.-.r; :,:t of the -hop.-. the
i party ictuniitig to U.iek I.-Iand tit 5:."'i.
IS PRCU3 OF HIS PITCHERS
Frjr.k Donnelly S.-yc He Has Bunch cf
i !."i.e '1
1 i".er had." sa d 1'iati:. Dotimdly t
t!;:y. ujiou .11 riving with Ids bunch ed
Senaters enroete to 1 liilt iipie. "Thre'e
e,f 1 i :i 1 are whirlwinds, ;uul m? c.f
:!: ai has not t t e". n uneoikeil. He's
go' sjiet' I to waste- ar.d iie.- made Pill
l.itdv.ig btiy a new itiitf. lie ctni
t lit rv 'e-m into a ;t:ai t c it)."
The r-prin.siii id t am nrriveel at
noon to'av av.d eb-iiarted for the north
this aft 'rro -n. Tie- liteafir team is
xpe ctet! here this evening.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism ami
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
'iay.s. Its action on the fcystem is re
markable and mysterious. It removes
at or.ee the cause end the disease Ini
mediately disappears. The lirst dosn
greatly benefits. 7.rc and $1. Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501, Second avenue,
P.oek Island; Gustave Sehlegel &. Son,
220 West Second street. Davenport.
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