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THE AltGUS, -Fit ID AY,-' OCTOBER 20, 1906.
If Called Upon to
Give a Bond at a
It is increasingly difficult to find
fricnd.-t who arc willing to become
What would you do ?
You would seek corporate se
curity. which is fast superseding
the personal kind. You would go
to the nearest office of the American
Surety Company of New York and
obtain the necessary bond, quickly
and without red-tape.
When placed in a position which
requires a bond, whether fidelity,
judicial, license or contract, apply
of View York
Capital and Surplus 94.300.C0O
I.utlolph A IteyaoMa. Attyaw lln
tnwi bliM-k: Mn. C Mnurkfr, Atct,
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union made our price
Wc Pre also agents for the cele
brated Ralston Health Shoes.
Open Wednesday and Satur
307 Twentieth Street.
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THEY SURELY WILL PLEASE
WE CAN SERVE. YOU WITH
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PUMPKINS AND ASSORTED
FRUITS FOR YOUR PARTY.
Saves Hard Work
fi"5"4 is prepared, par
ticularly for GAS COOK
ING RANGES and is
also a labor saving sub
stitute for blacking, on
the fsides of any cook
stove burning bard coal. 1 1 i 5
better than an enamel for
STOVE PIPES or WIRE
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eastcr,driQs quicker and
For aale by David Horn, Rork ialajd
But are fkmiiaaf, Jobs T. Koiiaker,
a a. 4 J. J. B urges a A Co.
Baseball Association Votes to
Disband Team and Leave
HAYES MAY YET BE BIDDER
But Will be on Same Basis as Repre
sentative of Any Other
I'kiIii ;i sporting .-aamla rd Davenport
lullv juliin"! Us nue as ;i quitter.
I.ji.st night the owners of (In- present
iianchi.se oi I city in ihe Three-Kye
league voted to forfeit ilieir rights ami
-'D out A lius-iui'ss. Tin: city is lor't on
liic "Vame bais as any other city that
may apply for a berih in the organiza
tion. All tin- little hope across t ho riv-
r that remains now icsl.s wilii James
Hayes, ami wii th'T he will elect lo
assume the cross again is a (Itiliiuus
The oipimii ( namril at a previous
meeting to devi.-e vas ami means !e-
poii' il last nielli dial no piognss had
ifeii ii ;tl'. Thereupon a notion prc-
vailid that the organization dissolve
alter last i alimu as lnr as possiMe
upon its assets. i nesc cotisisi 01 con
tracts with players, the lease of the
hail pari; vi;h the grandstand, feuce
mil bleachers ami $ 1 .oin in il;e league'.-.
sinking fund. The present association
has e.H nili-il $::.s."n ami it is figured
that ihe siocUholdcrs w ill realize about
!:; cenis on the dollar.
l.:iin I'lilroimut- lli-rr.
Hope w as expressed by I hose present
ast evening ihat .Mr. Hayes will e-
ciile to liecume a competitor for a frati-
!iise. If lie fails to land it and Dav
npori is left witiiout prnfessyuial base-
Pal! IJnck Isiaml will iiiidoiibtedly be
Why do we put it in
Because cod liver oil lacks
just one ingredient the blood
needs tonic iron.
So, in taking Vinol, you gei
two tonics in one.
All the medicinal elements
found in the cods' livers and
their oil, and tonic iron added.
This makes Vinol the finest
body builder and strength
creator we have ever sold.
H. O. ROLFS, Harper House Pharmacy
ORDER HERE TODAY
fur top-roat, business suit, dre?3
Miii. fancy waisteoaf, or extra
trousers- after having selected
your fabric from the best assori.
meni in this chy.
You may not want, to wear it
fr a month, but such TAILOU
I.Vj as our.s rctpiires a little ex
tra lime to pet feet each detail
of the cutting, filling, shaping
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Ave.
TAKING EFFECT MONDAY, OCT. 29.
the gainer next Reason in patronage
from Davenport fans.
With Davenport and Moline unable
to support teams in baseball leagues
the ultimate - solution of the problem
of ctntralizatipn of the sport may be a
tri-city team for which the most suita
ble place for grounds would be on the
west end of Rock Island arsenal.
ANSON TO HAVE BALL TEAM
Famous Old Diamond Warrior Follows
Chicago. Oct. 2(1. Captain A. C. An
son and Mont Tenncs, both more or
less famous in the world of sport, al
though in different lines, announce
their intention to enter the local semi
professional baseball field. The suc-
cess achieved by Jimmy
the main inspiration for
Captain Anson nays he has secured a
'e. e of a part -of the property of the
old Washington park race track and
that lie wii) begin the erection of stands
late, in the winter. The point, selected
is Sixty-first, street and Champlain av
enue. It is a good location, from the
consi.ierat ion of transportation as well
as other standpoints. Tennes says he
has a lease at .Belmont ami Western
avenues, near Kivcrvicw park, and
promises to put ail kinds of money in
his baseball investment. Still another
in:1?! fays he is going to iter the local
semi-pro field ui xl yi nr. lli.s name is
THOMAS SCORES KNOCKOUT
Welterweight Champion Stops Dick
Fitzpatrick in Sixteenth,
Sau Fiancisco. Oct. "fl. Joe Tho
mas, -ha.mpiou welterweight of the
world, knocked out. Dick Fitzgerald of
I'hicaiio in the I Hi Ii round f a sched
uled -:ji round contest Wednesday night
at C'elma. Thomas had the class all
the way and did all the work. The end
came shortly alter the opening of the
lt;t!i round, when Thomas landed a
bard left to the jaw. staserins Kitz
pairick. The champion quickly shot
over a right swing, pulling his man lo
the floor for nine seconds. When Fitz
patrick aioe he received another
smash that put him
showed that he was
of blows, but he was
a clever blocker
unable to punch.
Once, in the 11th round, he landed a
right swing on Thomas" head that stag
gel til the local man for a moment.
Again, in the Kith. Fitzpatrick put
over a right and ieli overhand swing,
hut outside of those two rounds he did
not land a telling punch on Thomas.
UIVER RIP LETS.
The licit n I'.lair was up from Bur
lington. The 15. llershey, Kverett.
Ruth, Waunrtta, Lizzie Gardner, and
Mac were down and the J. W. Van
Saut, Lizzie Van Sain, and K. Itut
ledge went north.
TIim static of waicr was l.lu at (J u.
in., and 4.1.1 at noon.
Nearly stationary singes in the Mis
sis.iiiii will continue between Dubueue
and Muscat inc.
tage. light. Chge. fall
St. Paul 11 tl.l :.", .;
Re- Wing II :;.s : n.-l n
Heeds Lauding ..12 ::.; :.:; o
La Crosse 12 l.n h
Fiiiirie du Chien .IX (i n.n 0
Dubuque IS I.S 0. I)
Le Claire 10 . o
Rock Island L", I.I n.l u
1). Moines Rapids s L'.n n.n
Keokuk !." :'..." n.l 0
St. Louis ::i i;.l n.-j n
Memphis iJ S.: n.L' i
New Orleans 1; 7.1 0
J. M. SIIi:iilKU, Local Foieeastcr.
Attel and De Courcey Matched.
S;ill Digo. Cal . Oct. Articles
ivc been signed fur a match between
Abe Atlell and Hilly De Courcey. lo
take place here on Nov. !; before the
National Athletic club. The boys are
to weigh in at 12 1 pounds at o clock
on I lie date of the match.
Sick Headache Cured.
Kick headache is caused by derange
ment of the stomach and by indiges
tion. Chamberlain's Stomach anil Liv
er tablets correct these disorder. aim
effect a cure. By taking these tablets
at; soon as Ihe first indication of the
disease appears, the attack may no
warded off. For sale by all leading
IN SATURDAY'S ISSUES FOR
I. & I. TIME TABLE
IS NOT YET OVER
Though Excitement Has Subsid
ed at Augustana, Difficulties
FACULTY IN LONG SESSION
Considers Complaints of Action of Cer
tain Students Resignation of
Class Officers is Demanded.
While ihe excitement among the
students of Augustana has subsided.
there are nevertheless indications that
there will he serious consequences and
consak laule difficulty encountered be
fore the affair can be settled with the
authorities. The faculty convened last
e vening and remained in session until
the early hours of the morning for th
purpose of considering the incidents in
connection with the affair this week
The conduct of some of the students
was gien particular attention, but a
far as can be learned no definite action
has been taken. There have been a
number of serious complaints mad
against several of the students. '
l(o;irl lliul lie Authority.
It has been learned that while the
board ot directors gave the impression
that Ihe ruling of (lie synod was imper
ative, it was merely suggestive and tho
synod's resolution simply disappruve:-
of intercollegiate contests and su:
gesis their abolishment.
Some of the students, after the board
of directors had taken the sti'nd
against basketball and had declared
self to be acting under the ruling of
the svnod. took occasion to examine
the minutes of the synod in order to
present the matter of a repeal to th
next svnod properly, and according to
tiiose who conducted the investigation
the board of directors have somewhat
misrenres;ented their authority. It. is
explained by some that the directorate
were' not aware of the exact nature ol
the action of the synod. It had been
supposed hv the general public that
the synod's disapproval was impera
tive prohibition of such contests, but that
does not seem to be the case.
Ak fur KcnimintloiiN.
There is no little ill feeling anion
the students at the present time as a
icsult of the division and the outcome
of the mass meeting at Ihe gymnasium
last evening was the request of thej re
signations of the president of the soph
omore class and of the college league.
Otto l'etcrseii was elected chairman of
the meeting uid after reading the re
port of the executive committee, voted
to accent the' decision ef the board of
directors. After a discussion of the
action taken Tuesday night by the
students as to whether or not it would
be proper to adopt a resolution of re
great for the affair, the members pres
ent decided negatively.
President Audi ecu and the members
of the faculty regret very much the
conditions as they exist.
lo fiif I'llllio Kccilnl.
Professor Sigfrid Laurine. teacher of
piano of the college conservatory, will
appear in a recital next Tuesday even
ing. Professor Laurine is a soloist
who is always heard with delight. H
has a technic productive of beauti
ful tones, and is an interpreter of
WATCH FOR rr.
DOUGHERTY AND GARDNER
Headhners Desired for Next Show of
Tri-City Athletic Club.
The match-making committee of the
Tri-City Athletic club are negotiating
with Jack Dougherty of Milwaukee, in
an endeavor to.:mactn rum against
Jimmy Gardner Tor the main bout of
their next show, to be given about
Nov. io. Efforts' were at first made to
match Gardner and Joe Walcott. but
the Barbadoes welter evidently did not
care for any of Gardner s game and
refused to come to terms.
HOUR SCHEDULE FROM NOV. 1
I. & I. Ready to Make Better 'Speed
Between Davenport and Clinton.
The hour schedule on the Iowa &
Illinois interurban, which has . long
been awaited will go into effect Nov.
1. On that date a passenger car will
leave Davenport for Clinton eve'ry
hour, beginning at 7 o'clock in the
morning, and coin inning util lu o'clock
at night. An owl car will leave Daven
port at 11: 30. This schedule is the
realization of one of the long-cherished
plans of .Manager Crafts. That it was
not put in force some time ago w:ss
due? to the condition of tracks and low
geared cars. The new cut off through
the extension of ISast River street m
Davenport aids materially in the low
ering of Ihe 'schedule', as the old ru.i
through Eddy street consumed a great
ileal of time. The Tri-City street rail
way cars for llet tendorf do not now
use the . I. tracks until well out
of the citv, and therefore conflict is
educed to a minimum. The roadbed
on the entire system has been improv
ed until it is now in splendid shape.
The- cars have been geared up so llrif
if they have to they can run (la mih s
per hour, but ll will net be necessary
to make more than 40 miles an hour
to maintain the new schedule;.
HIGH SCHOOL TO
MEET STERLING TEAM
Visitors Are Reported to Be in Fine
Shape, and Good Contest at Is
land City Park is Expected.
Hieiling high school football team
will be seen at the. local ball park to
morrow afternoon to tackle the Ruck
Island aggregation. From reports Ster
ling is a speedy and strong team.
The same lineup will be seen wiih
the exception of Sliinstnnu. who is suf
fering from bruises by being kicked
in the knee, and Kinner, who is down
with a sprained hip. I loth are expect
ed to be in the Davenport game, a
week freun tomorrow.
Coach Hall has been Ira'n.'ig the
boys every day on handling the bail
correctly without fumbling, and try
ing new plays which seem to work
A RECEPTION FOR TEAM
Fellows to Celebrate Their Base
ball Victory Over Moline.
The members of I'cal lodge. No. t;nS.
and Kudora Rebecca No. 1X1. I. . O.
F.. will hold a reception in Odd Fel
lows hall. Thursday evening. Nov. 1.
Unit;, in honor of the Rock Island Odd
Fellows baseball team, which won
the trophy cup from the Moline cluh
by a close margin. Following speeches
by C. J. Searle and .M. T. Stevens, aa
oyster supper will be served. Music
will be furnished by the Moline quar
DUELS OCCUPY CUBAN
STATESMEN WHO DIFFER
Two Fought in Havana in One Day Re
sult in Equal- Distribution of
Havana. Oct. . 2C. A duel with
swords was fought yesterday by Filuar-
do Alonzo. a writer for EI Mtindo, and
Ramon Mendoza. a member of th
city council, who resented an attack
mae by Kl Mumlo on ihe council in
connection with a telephone conces
sion. Reith combatants received slight
Another duel was fought by Captain
Poey, formerly aid to President Palma,
and Manuel Secades, a lawyer, who is
a prominent liberal. The quarrel arose
from Captain Poey's objection to tfen-
rr becaues sitting at the same table
with him in a restaurant. Poey was
run through the leg and Secades was
wounded in the arm.
Fitzgerald to Fight Roach.
Calumet. Mich.. Oct. 20. "Fighting
Dick" Fitzgerald of New Jersey has
been matched to light Hilly Roche of
Boston o rounds here in two weeks.
'Kid" Settlers of Houghton will light
"Young" Kelly of St. Paul.
Danger from the Plague.
There's grave danger from the
plague of coughs and colds that are set
prevalent, unless you take Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds. Mrs. George Walls,
of Forest City. Me., writes; "It's a
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and makes weak lungs strong enough
t ward off consumption, coughs and
colds. r'c and $1.00. Guaranteed by
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Can you win? You realize that to
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A man or woman with disordered di
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: Digests what you eat, relieves indiges
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own ideas carried out, then order
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erything Is done according to the
dictates of skill and experience.
In our tailoring, the most fastidi
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A new line of summer suitings
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Y V ' V ' I AA N
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Next Term Begins Nov.
In Day and Evening Schools.
Brown's Business College guaranteed a position 'last year r every
graduate of its Combined Course, or if Tumi lluir money. Not only was
every graduate Immediately emplojed, but many were called into po
sitions before they graduated. Tin y mean what they say a position or
This week this school received five calls for Monographers, and one
for a bookkeeper.
There are more than ,) yjung people now holding good positions
in the tricities who have received their training at Brown's.
Miss Julia Hartman, gradua'e, last Saturday accepted a witim as
bookkeeper with Tremann'a Sons.
The students' reception and sociable will be held at the Watch
Tower Inn on Oct. 26. The past as well as the present ttudents of all
three of Brown's Tri-City SchoolH will be there. It. will be a large gath
ering, ami a good time.
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eral cars of
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