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THUlABGUS, TUESDAY. JULY 3, 1906.
Will be keenly ap
preciated after a
trial by people who
suffer from head
aches, severe or
mild, occasional or
chronic. They nev
GIVE QUICK RELIEF.
They have no bad
after effects; l'c
and 25c packages,
only at the
H. O. Rolfs,
8 Dispensing Chemist.
KNOX . STRAWS
Nothing is so unsightly and mars
the otherwise good appearance of
the average person, as a cheap, ill
fitting straw hat.
Our new stock is at your disposal
to pick the hat which exactly fits,
and la the most becoming to your
Select your summer hat now.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
I Fresh Fish.
O COMMENCING TODAY, I p
g HAVE FRESH FISH COMING
& IN EVERY DAY.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
COD FISH, FLOUNDERS,
LAKE TROUT, WHITE FISH,
Prices very reasonable. Spe
cial attention given to standing
orders. Special prices to hotels,
restaurants and boarding houses.
All stock guaranteed strictly
frw-.Ii. Order early for prompt
T. R. ATEN.
New Phone &027. Old Phone
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WE CAN FURNISH THE LAT
EST DESIGNS AND BEST MA
TERIAL IN ICE CREAM AND
6IVE US YOUR NEXT OR.
DER. WE WILL BE SURE TO
I ONLY GAME GOOD
Davenport and Peoria Play Off
Postponed Contest in
NO SCORE TILL THE END
Stauffer and Wheelock in Great Battle
Davy Crockett Crosses the
Davenport, 1; Peoria, 0.
Rock Island at Davenport.
Cedar Rapids at Dubuque.
Bloomington at Decatur.
Peoria at Springfield.
Peoria was defeated by Davenport
across the river yesterday in
an exciting 1 1-iuniug contest by a score
of 1 to 0. Crockett scored the winning
run on a single, being advanced to sec
ond on Hurg's sacrifice and scoring on
Harrod's hit. It was the only game
played in the Three Eye. Score:
Bennett. If ...
Ha n od, 3b
R. II. P.
Boyle, 21) 0
PEORIA. H. II. P. A. E.
Thiery. rf 0 1 00 .i
Raymond, ss 0 0 H 5 o
Craham. cf 0 l 4 0 n
Hughes, 2b 0 1 7 3 0
Bewar, If 0 0 1 0 0
Buelow. lb 0 1 13 4 0
Egan, 3b 0 0 0 3 (I
Simon, c 0 0 1 2
Wheelock, p 0 1 2 4 0
Total 0 5 31 21 0
Score by innings:
Davenport . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Peoria 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bases on balls Off Stauffer, 2;
Wheelock. 5. Double play Simon to
Raymond to Hughes. Hit by pitcher
Bennett. Time 1:53. Umpire Fla
Decatur Win Kxhililt Ion.
The Decatur team played an exhibi-
To Brew the
the brewer must first 7tare,
make or buy perfect Malt, for
malt is the soul of the beer.
Four-flay malt cannot make
perfect beer such as
because four-day malt is a
forced and unnatural process
and beer made from four
day malt lacks the nutri
tious food elements which
distinguish Pabst Beer.
Pabst exclusive eight-day
malt, the choicest hops, pure
water and a process spotless
ly clean are the secret of the
rich food value and the fine
mellow flavor of Tabst Blue
M. LEVY & SON. Old Phone west 101
1818-1820 First Ave., Rock Island.
PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER.
Ordrr n Cane for Tour Home TMlnj
WANT E D
People of the tri-cities to call at
our office and learn the low rates
at which we
On household goods, pianos,
horses, wagons, diamonds, etc.,
etc., without removal. Learn of
our easy plan of weekly and
monthly payments. No charges
taken out in advance you re
ceive in cash the full amount of
TIAL. The Mutual Loan Co.,
Second avenue. Rock Is
land. Old phone 212.
Suite 417 Lane Building, Daven
port. Old phone 1822L.
Uon game at Ilazleton yesterday,' win
ning 6 to 5.
SJotlnr Wliii Again.
Moline-Muscatine played again at
Muscatine yesterday with the Hopkins
Bros, team of Des Moines, winning t;
to 4. Gus Eng. the Rock Island catch
er, suffered a fracture of his ankle dur
ing the contest, and may be out of the
game for the remainder of the season.
AN INVITATION TOURNAMENT
Golf Players to Have Matches Opening
An invitation golf tournament, the
first ever held by the association, will
be held at the links of the Rock Island
Arsenal Golf club Aug. 13, 14 and 15.
The tournament will consist of 18-hoIe
match play in three classes, and a two
ball foursome, medal play. The follow
ing invitation has been sent in attract
ive form to the leading clubs of the
"The members of your club are cor
dially invited to participate in an open
tournament to be held on the links of
the Rock Island Golf club Aug. 13, 11,
and 15. Entries are to be made to the
secretary of the club, George W. Burr,
as soon as possible.
"The program will be: Monday
morning (Aug. 13) qualifying rounds,
10 to qualify in class A, 16 in class B.
10 in class C.
"Monday afternoon First round of
match play in classes A. B, and C.
"Tuesday morning 18 hole two-ball
foursome, medal play, winners to re
ceive a gold medal each.
"Tuesday afternoon Second round
of lS-hole match play, classes A, B, and
"Wednesday morning Semi finals
of the match play classes A, B, and C.
"Wednesday afternoon Finals of
the match play, classes A, B, and C.
"The prizes are to be as follows: A
cup for the winners and one for the
runners-up in each class of the match
play; and gold medals for the best
score in the two-ball foursome.
"Note: Arrangements ' have been
made for the transportation of visitors
from the hotels in Davenport, Rock
Island and Moline."
A special committee of five has been
appointed by Colonel Blunt, president
of the club, to have in charge the man
agement of this tournament. They
are: J. D. Cady, chairman; Ardo
Mitchell, J. P. Donahue, Captain C. C.
Williams and Walter Rosen field. There
will probably be about 100 starters.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. 1.. Pet.
Dubuque 31 21 .COS
Cedar Rapids 3it 21 .5SX
Springfield 27 20 .574
Peoria 2S 22 .50
ROCK ISLAND 24 28 .462
Decatur 22 2l .l.vS
Davenport 21 27 .-I3S
Bloomington l(j 31 .320
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 17 21 .'.!
Pittsburg 13 22 .02
New York 12 21 .630
Philadelphia 31 35 .193
Brooklyn 20 39 .400
Cincinnati 27 42 .391
St. Louis 27 4 4 .380
Boston 24 13 .35S
v W. L. Pet.
New York ? 3S 25 .COG
Philadelphia 39 2G .000
Cleveland 39 20 .GOO
Detroit 3G 30 .515
Chicago 34 30 .531
St. Louis 32 33 .492
Washington 23 41 .359
Boston 17 47 .2GG
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 44 30 .5'J7i
Toledo 41 30 .577
Milwaukee 39 30 .5G5
Louisville 38 32 .513
Kansas City 34 3G .480
Minneapolis 34 3S .472
St. Paul 27 43 .386
Indianapoils 20 44 .371
Cincinnati. 1; Chicago, 0.
Brooklyn, 7; New York, 1.
Boston. 1; Philadelphia. 0.
St. Louis. 8; Pittsburg. I.
Cleveland, 4; Detroit, 3.
Boston. 4: Washington.
Washington, 17; Boston, 3 (seven In
nings). Philadelphia, 5; New York. 4 (first
New York, 5; Philadelphia, 1 (sec
Columbus. 8: Louisville. 5.
Indianapolis, C; Toledo. 1.
Kansas City. 5: St. Paul, 4.
Milwaukee. 2; Minneapolis, 1.
Omaha, 5; Pueblo, 1. ,
Denver. 4; Sioux City, 1.
Des Moines, 12; Lincoln. 5.
Springfield. 7; Wheeling, 2.
Canton, 5; Dayton, 4.
Fort Dodge, 7; Ottumwa, 2.
Burlington, 6; Boone, 2.
Telephone 821 Davenport Automo
bile company for demonstration of a
Northern car. ' We can make Immedi
ate delivery. No hill too steep for the
Northern. Davenpvrt Automobile com
Rock Island Gun Club Will Incor
porate With Over 100
NEW OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR
Partial Handicap List for 10 Months'
Trophy Shoot to Be Completed
At a business meeting of the Rock
Island Gun club last evening the char
ter was closed with over 100 members.
The organization will now proceed to
incorporate. Officers were elected as
President S. R. KenworUiy.
Vice President Frank Westbay
Secretary E. C. Eberhart.
Treasurer L. F. Robinson.
Grounds Manager Joe Collier.
Assistant Grounds Manager W
Board of Control A. D. Sperry and
Arrangements were perfected for the
trophy shoot to be held by members
covering a period of 10 months. First
prize will be the silver cup given by
the Ballistite Powder company, and sec
ond prize a badge given by the Union
Metallic Cartridge company. Each
member competing must shoot monthly
at 25 birds and the highest scores at
the end of that period take the prizes.
The shooting may be done at the reg
ular -meets the second Sunday or soc
nnd Thursday of each month and de
faults may be made up at any time.
It II len of Content.
Following are the comidcte rules
governing the trophy shoot:
Tho Ballistite cup donated by the
Ballistite Powder representatives to bo
the first prize, and to be shot for in 10
events of 25 targets each, one contest
each calendar month, to be held on the
regular shooting days of the club.
Any member unablo to attend at any
regular shoot shall be allowed to shoot
up on any succeeding regular day, eith
er Sunday or week day, providing he
announces his intention to so contest
for the cup before he begins shooting.
and providing also that there are two
other club members present to see that
scores and handicaps are properly
If the weather is too inclement, the
term of the contest may be extended
hextmd 1 months by the club officers.
No contestant may count more than
50 targets shot on any one day in this
All contestants must use the Ballis
tite powder in all contents for this cup..
Handicaps are set by the handicap
committee, who will endeavor to make
the allowance as equitable as possible.
Handicaps may be changed at any
time by the committee.
As a second prize in this contest the
club offers a handsome watch charm
donated by the Western Cartridge com
pany. The contestant winning the most 25
target events in 10 shall be declared
winner of the Ballistite cup, or first
The contestant winning the next
largest number of 25 target contests
shall be declared the winner of the
watch charm, or second prize.
In case of tie3 at the end of the 1"
contests they shall be shot off at 50
targets for each contestant, such con
testant using the handicap most re
cently granted by the handicap com
m it tee.
ArrnnRt llnndlt-ap I. Int.
From the performances of the mem
bers who have thus far participated in
shoots a handicap list has been made
up and will be completed tomorrow
afternoon in the tournament at the
range near the Watch Tower. The
members so far handicapped, with the
distances they will shoot and the num
ber of broken targets allowed, are as
Crawley 17 1
Marshall 10 1
Laughery 10 2
Eberhart 18 2
G. Mosenfelder 10 3
J. Willhite 10 3
Collier 10 C
L. Robinson 10 3
B. Koch 10 2
Moeller 10 2
Schreiner 10 2
Ed Tremann JO 4
Sam Dart 10
Os Bruner 10
Sperry : 21
Reed ... 10
W. H. Bennett 16
Van dor n 16
D. Donaldson 19
A. Mosenf elder 16
Ken worthy 16
H. Tremann 16
E. Ramser 16
C. Carpenter 18
R. Kramer 10
J. Carse 10
DEPARTING FOR CALIFORNIA
Appreciation of Long Service in Church
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamilton and
daughter Nellie left ttrs morning for
San Diego, Cal., for a visit of about
six months, with a possibility of making
that their future home. Mr. Hamilton
has for a number of years been teller
at the State bank and for six years has
been treasurer of Broadway Presbyter
ian church. Sunday evening following
church services Mr. Hamilton was de
tained, and in behalf of the congrega
tion presented with a purse of a hun
dred dollars and a beautiful seal ring.
At the meeting of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety last week. Mrs. Hamilton, who
has held many positions of trust in the
church, was presented with a gold
watch. Both gifts testified to the es
teem in which Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
have been held, and their many friends
will deeply regret their departure.
RACING MATINEE POSTPONED
Ninth Street Track Too Wet for Good
On account of the wet condition of
the track, the race matinee arrange!
for tomorrow by the Twin-City Driving
association has been postponed, and
the events will' be run in about two
weeks. The Ninth street track has
been so flooded by the heavy rains of
the last week that it is not in shaie
2600's Have Game On.
The 2000's play with Annawan at
the Sheffield celebration tomorrow af
ternoon for a purse ef $1"0. The line
up win foe as follows: Trainer, If;
Burns, rf; Lyons, 2b; Thompson, 3b;
Holdorf, lb; Cary, cf; Fox, ss; C.ro
gan, p; Miller, c.
Sunday they play at the Davenport
baseball park with the team from the
Davenport Locomotive works, fur $25.
Fourth of July Proclamation.
Rock Island, 111., July 2, 19"G.
In harmony with the glorious occa
sion of the birth of liberly, and in
keeping with superior mandates that
have preceded me in proclaiming the
Ith day of July a national holiday to be
observed by this republic. I. as the ex
ecutive of the city of Rock Island,
would most urgently invite all citizens
ro observe this, the 1th day of July
A. D. 1900, in a manner fitting, with
decorations and other emblems that
represent the United States and a free
people, cherish and defend the princi
ples of patriotism,, honor and respect
the silent sleeping army of heroes that
ave their homes, their loved ones and
their lives for liberty, live yourselves
in accordance with jurt laws and in
obedience to the will of the Divine
Creator and you will have performed
your part as a true, loyal, American
Having thus called you from your
duties, to lend obedience to this great
national event. I would further urge
upon you, the public, to observe the
By the power vested in me I would
-ive public notice to all citizens that
the use of fire arms, pistols, blank car
t ridges anil shotguns are prohibited be
tween now and the 4th day of July.
You will further take notice thnt all
dangerous explosives will not be toler
ated. Torpedoes are sometimes placed
upon the street railway tracks, and be
it strictly understood that any person
disole.ving any of the above orders will
be subject to immediate arreet and
ined as is provided in the c ity ordinan
ces of the city of Rock Island. The
above order is given to the public in
order that the life and limb of our citi
zens shall be kept secure from harm.
GEORGE W. M CASKRIN.
Get a Northern and you will be
latisfied. Easy to operate. Davenpo-i
Rock Island Lines
SATURDAY, JULY 7.
SPECIAL TRAIN WILL
Lv. Rock Island
Ar. Omaha . .
Returning, Special will leave Omaha 7 p. m.
I v -J
B. Kupp"nhelmer &. Co.
That have beerv selling
at $7.50 and $8.50 Now
"The House That Makes Good."
The C, M. & St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri cities, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further informaticn 'phone any
of their offices.
Fourth of July Excursion Rates
Via C, M. & St. P. railway at one
far and one third for the round trip,
dates of sale July Z, 4. Limited July
C. Cheap rates to St. Paul and return
July 21, 25. and 20, via C, M. &. St. P.
railway. Short limit summer tourist
rates to eastern destinations via C,
M. & St. P.. railway. Tickets on sale
June If. to Sept. MO, 1 !(. For further
information call at any C, M. & St.
P. railway ticket office.
Personally Conducted Niagara Falls
Via Lake Erie &. Western railway,
the pioneer Niagara Falls excursion
line. In connection with the Lake
Shore and Mfrhlnn Southern railway.
Leave Peoria. 111.. 12::. p. in.. Thurs
day. Aug. 2, 1100. Rate, JS.fiO for
round trip. Tickets good returning on
C. it B. line steamer, Buffalo to Cleve
land, if desired. Side trips to Toronto,
Thousand Islands, etc. Also cheap
rates to Sandusky and Put in-Bay. Ar
range your niniiner outing for the 1st
of August and come with us. For pam
phlet containing general information
as to rate. time. etc.. call on any ticket
agent of the above route, or address E.
B. Leppert, district passenger agent,
WI.erc Are You Gaing7
During the summer tin." Ro k I: land
will have on sale low rate round trit
tickets to a number of points in all di
rectkms, a few of which are as fol
lows: On sale daily to Salt Lake and
return. $oS.nr; on sale daily to Denver.
Colorado Springs or Pueblo, $24.'JO; on
sale July 10 to 15. inclusive, same
points, $22.10; on sale July in to H.
inclusive, to Omaha and return. $11.80;
on sale daily to Duluth and return, rati
317; on sale daily to Spirit Lake -and
return, $12.j.r: on sale riailv ' St. Paul
or Minneapolis and return, $i:; on naif
July IS. Aug. 8 and 22 to a number of
points in New England am! Canada at
rate of one fare, plus $2; on July "
and 17 to a number of points in the
O M A HI A
Return tickets good also on regular train leaving Omaha 7 a. m., Mon
day, July 9.
F. H. PLUMMER,
City Passenger Agent
We have Placed
on Sale a Big Lot
north, west ami south at round trip
rate of one fare, plus Have also
on sab- trips via the lakes to all resorts.
For full information call at depot ef
liees or city office, 1S2'. Second avenue.
C, M. &. St. P. Excursion Rates.
Ilomeseekers' tickets on sale tho
first and third Tuesday in each month
to points In Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other homo
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation 'phone or call at any C, M. &
St. I. office.
Fourth of July Excursion Rates.
Round trip tickets on sale to all
points on Burlington Reute within 2."'
miles, July .'! audi at one and one-third
fare. Good to return up to and includ
ing July C.
Arrange Your Vacation Now.
Extremely low rates for the round
trip to Canadian, northern New York,
and New England points via Michigan
Central. "The Niagara Falls Route."
I-r cuinpK'lo iiiftJiuiallou, cull ou or
address L. D. Heusner, general west
em passenger agent. 2"0 Clark street
Chicago. W. J. Lynch, passenger traf
fic manager, Chicago.
For m free nice rasy riding car tho
Northern lias no equal. Davenport Au
10:20 p. m.
10:25 p. m.
8:50 a. in.
Sunday, July Sth.
COAT SHIRTS I
I Thrv garment kav the ttrrfive featura ol R
J rutn slurtt but thry cotf much lew. D
1 la while and color -Uit fabric. H
fl $1.50 and mora) H
ICLUETT, PEABODY &. CO.
flLariM! Matwa of Collar and Bhtita to th. Warl4, J
pany. .. v , .