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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1907.
Broken lines of hats
in both stiff ?nd soft
styles at reflucud prices
We have your size.
Select your style now.
' iiitiKic iioim; iii.ikk.
No place like our store, for
getting suited in fabric, fit and
style in made-to-measure ap
parel. January is the dull month of
the year. To keep our tailor
men busy, special inducements
will be made to secure orders
for Dress Suits, Tuxedos, Over
coats, Suits, and extra Trousers.
If you've a single need for
finely tailored Clothing, talk it
over with us today.
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Ave.
of our delicious confectionery to O
the theater with you. It's the
proper .hing to do and the prop
er kind to take. Lowney's, Huy
ler's, Allegretti's, Gunthers' and
Quality chocolates always fresh
Try our pies, cakes and pastry.
They are made fresh every day.
1710 Second Avenue
COLONA SAND 8
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar O
and Trimming a Specialty. (5
For cheapness, durability and 5s
beauty, excelled by none. Ttaia , C
atone doea not wash or color 5
the wall with alkali, etc Plans Q
sent ns for estimates will. re-
ceive careful attention and be fi
returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. S and 10 will
stop and let visitors off and on.
Brlde, Stone, Corn Crib Block
FondiUM Stoma, mmr iIm
Samples of stone and photo
of buildings can be seen at
Room 12, . Mitchell & Lynde
building. Address '
ARTHUR BURR ALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colon a, III.
Itake both games
Rock Island High School Tearrs
Defeat Moline Girls and Boys
AT THE LOCAL GYMNASIUM
Boys Win 53 to 44, and Girls 12 to 6
Junicrs Defeat Upper Sopho
mores 35 to 13.
Moline high school was defeatel
twice at basketball yesterday after
iuh.ii by the Kock Islam! high soluml
tf am. the boys winning by a score ol
to 41. while the girls won 12 to G.
Tlie games were played at the local
gymnasium, and the experiment o:
playing the games in the afternoon in
stead of the evening as in the past,
was a great success. The two Jtock
Island Molini matches were preceded
by a contest in the interclass series,
between the juniors and the upper
sophomores of the school, the older
boys winning ::." to 1.1. The juniors
outclassed their opponents throughout.
The contest of the boys' teams of
the two schools was a finely played
game, and loth teams showed excel
! nt team work, with Hock Island a
shade 1 he better in this particular. The
.-core in the lirs: half was a lie almost
to the end. and great excitement pre
vailed among the spectators. At the
The many testimonials received from
clergyman, physicians, public institu
tions and thousands of grateful people
at! over the country tilling of the ben
efits they have received from Father
John's Medicine. See below:
BY SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS.
"We t he. i fully recommend Father
John's Medicine as a good remedy for
btenVhial trembles and as a tonic an J
body builder for those who are weak
and run down. Several persons of our
in.-'iiiition have used it with beneficial
resi!is." (Signed) Sisters of Holy
toss. II Chandler street, Nashua,
AN OLD SOLDIER S LETTER.
John II. S nter of Lynn. M years
old. says: "Father .It din's Medicine
built n;e up and made me vigorous
again. It cured my (laughter ot grtp
wlim four doctors had failed."
Fa' her John's Medicine is for sale
by T. II. Thomas.
1G072 Second Ave, Rock Island.
and removal of nerves done by us,
iinl the best and most careful treat
ment Riven to all cases, and nothing-
dangerous used, like chloroform,
gas, or cocaine.
We have a patent thin clastic
plate, wit li natural friims. that tits
where all other plates would fail.
We use no cheap material, for our
work is guaranteed to be tirst class
and equal to the highest priced
dentists. "all before joins else
where. CLEANING FREE.
silver Killing ."Oe
r;oM rintina I'iiiiuH t. so?
Cold Kllllngx. up from 9 l.M
(;nlrf Crowns, nnd 4.00
I lilu Klalle I'lntrn HMMI
Itrfl Itnbhrr I'lntrn, JK down to. S.OO
Oflirc. t1M7 Seeond Avenue, over
SpeiuVra Drue More.
Qnmnr Mw. IV earn, tnr 25ok
CXt'KTT. PEAROHY CO.
lUken U ClsM ud Monarch Shirtm
Dealers la All Kinds of Antique
AND REPAIR COMPANY. .
PINK DOT SPIUXfiS AND HAIR
Upholstering, cabinet making,
refinishing, mattress making,
furniture packing, carpet laying.
In all our goods we'pay partic
ular attention to, first, quality
and excellence of finish; second,
comfort; third, style and proporv
tion. ' i . -V
2t:t Kant Second St, Invenporf.:
Ilotb phones, 788-Y.
nd of the half, the Rock Island boys
r.ook the lead, the half ending 29 to 21
n their "favor. Moline began. the sec
nd half with an exhibition of team
vork that for a time was decidedly
mzzllng to the local players. Good
iiarding saved the day, and Rock Is
and soon began a rapid piling up of
he? score, and maintained the lead to
he end.- Jahns and Ficken took the
honors for Rock Island, and Woody a tt
proved to bo Moline's star player.
Double Oiionrn( Seore.
Both at the end of the first half, and
it . the close of the game, the Rock
fsland girls had just double the num
er of points scored by Moline, the
Irst half ending 6- to 3, and the game
being won by 12 to 0. Moline did not
have the ball long enough at any time
;o make" the length of the court. Miss
Chamberlin played an exceptionally
?ood game for Rock Island, but all of
tho- team played good, consistent
The lineups of the various teams
were as follows:
Rock Island Boys Ficken and
Jahns. forwards: McManus, center;
Shinstrom and Liitt,' guards.
Moline Boys Young and Dewend.
forwards: Woodyatt, center; Melvin
and Toleen. guards.
Rock Island Girls Dorothy Cham
berlain. Katherine Thacher and Helen
Krell. forwards; Nina Munger, center:
Dorothy Pleasants and Henrietta Kin-
Moline Girls Mary Hodgson and
Helen Quick, forwards; Dora Keel.
center; Ruth Thomas and Clara S-uni
Juniors Voss and Kelly, forwards;
Hrennan. center; Kinner and Dooley.
lpper Sophomores Iirkin and
Schroeder, forwards; W. Long, center;
Soars and Gruber, guards.
Tiiirrn Vlny IiimiiIih-.
One of the fastest basketball games
of the. season, and probably the hard
est one for the local boys will be play
ed this evening at the-Y. M. C. A. be
tween the Muscatine Y. M. C. A. and
the Tigers. The visitors are husky
basketball players and have made
good records in their games this sea
son. The Muscatine boys arrived this
noon over the Rock Island.
The Maroons of the association go
to Davenport tonight to play tha Dav
enport high school. This will be a
practice game for the association five,
to get in trim for their game next
Wednesday evening when they play
the Muscatine Company C team, who
claim the championship of the United
KNOCKS BAKER OUT
Abe Attel Again Triumphs Over
1 Aspirant for Lightweight
END COMES IN THE EIGHTH
Had Shade Better Throughout Bout
Jeffries as Referee Given an
Los Angeles, Jan. 19. Abe Attel
knocked out Harry Baker here last
night in the eighth round of what was
to have been a 20-round bout. The bat
tie was carded as a world's feather
weight championship fight. The bout
had been at terrific niixun from the
first round until the knockqut punch.
and all through Attel had just a shade
the better of the argument. He out
pointed Baker in his footwork espec
Unusual Interest centered in the
fight and the pavilion was packed. The
receipts were in excess of $S,onot of
which 50 per" cent was divided, CO and
40 per cent between the fighters.
The first preliminary was a drawn
battle of six rounds between Joe Smith
and "Kid" Berry. (Jeorge Brown of
New Zealand and Jack Cox furnished
the second preliminary. There were
billed for 1ft rounds, but Brown knock
ed his man out in the third round af
ter lively milling.
James J. Jeffries received a tremen
dous ovation as he appeared in the
ring, followed immediately by Baker
and Attel. The scales were set at 122
pounds, but neither raised that mark.
Tonnpnh Won't Hid for Klttht.
'New York, Jan. 19. The Tommy
Murphy-Young Corbett fight Is up In
the air. Although articles of agree
ment have been signed and $5,000 as
a side bet agreed to, the all imiortant
thing a place to fight Is lacking.
The managers of the rival fighters
didn't figure on the Nevada promoters
when they "cooked up 'the match. The
answer that Mike Hiley of Tonopah
sent to a query on what nurse he
would offer, puts the kibosh on the
whole works. Riley said:
"Will not offer anything for Corbett-
Keep Your Liver
working. It's a lazy organ and
needs to be stimulated occasionally,
or it shirks its function. That coat
ed tongue, sallow complexion, sick
headache and pain under the shoul
der blade arc caused by an indolent
liver. Liven it up by taking a short
Sold Everywhere In boxes 10c. and 25c
HIRES JOB DONE
President Holland Will Engage
Chicagoanto Draft New
rO BEGIN TASK AT ONCE
Removal of Secretary Thumler Causes
Newspaper Comment About
According to a Bloomington newspa
per, President Holland of the Three
fCye league has announced he will ob
;erve the league's instructions as to
the drafting of a schedule. The sug
?estions are that the season open Mav
I and close about Sept. 15. The num
ber of games is to be not less than 140,
The first and last series are to be of
four games each.
President Holland has decided to
hire the schedule made by a disinter
ssted party. Mr. Ellroy, the secretary
f Ban Johnson of the American league
is to be the man who will do this work,
ind he is expected to start in on it at
mice. He has had ample experience in
Matters of this kind and should be able
o put out a, fair and impartial sched
ule that will throw the clubs together
in the best possible way with the least
Vm I nlleil I'rofenl.
In retiring Secretary Thumler, Pies
ident Holland has yielded to the clamor
for such action that has come from
many sources. The Peoria Journal,
commenting on the change and the
reasons therefor, says:
"The true state of affairs, as per-
aincd to the past two seasons, is that
Mr. Thumler was guilty of neKlieence
of duties. As secretary it was a no
liceable fact that in no meeting of the
league did his minutes contain reports
;)f all business transacted, and in many
instances important resolutions were
lost altogether. While it may be true
some of the scorers were slow in re
porting games, yet It is nevertheless
true that Thumler in no instance would
acknowledge receipt of them when sent
and seemed to be satisfied so long as
at the end of the season they reached
his office. The rule practiced in all
leagues Is that scores of games be im
mediately forwarded and entered in the
secretary's books. As to his fight for
more money for scorers, the records
will show that he was opjnised to suc.i
action as was another scorer who was
receiving as remuneration the entire
privileges at the park, an asset for
which Peoria gets $700 annually.
lreHidrnt o Xiime Setirera.
"The adoption of the rule whereby
the scorers are to be appointed by the
league president and paid for from the
league treasury, had its inception in
Peoria and was adopted on the urgent
request of President Charles Bart son
of this city. AYhile the price set is $1,
there is no doubt that local manage
ments will In themselves allow a sim
ilar amount, as It is impossible to get
competent men for a less sum."
Murphy fight. It wouldn't be worth
anything in this country."
Mnlrh nt Chlentto.
V. K. McElroy. otherwise known as
Kid Mack, and one of the cleverest of
of the young featherweight mitt artists
meets Kid Black at' Chicago tonight.
Young Mack has a standing challenge
ti fight any man in the world at 110
EVANSVILLE OUT OF CENTRAL
Franchise in Central League is Offered
South Bend. Ind., Jan. 19. The Ev
ansville Central league franchise has
been offered for sale, and Fort Wayne
will take the club if the Central league
magnates consent to the deal. When
the report that the club wanted to be
relieved of its franchise reached Fort
Wayne, Ixmis Heibroner jumped at
the chance and will be ready to de
liver the goods at the meeting next
week in Toledo, Ohio. The fact that
there were two cities in the southern
part of the state made it easier in
making schedules and arranging for
transportation. Therefore if Evans
ville sells out Torre Haute probably
will want to quit.
0R0PS OUT OF "BIG NINE"
Michigan Board of Regents Takes Ac
tion Demanded by Students.
Anil -'Arbor, Mich., Jan-.- 19. The
board of regents pried Michigan loose
froni the western intercollegiate con
ference yesterday. Although their ac
tion was much milder than the radi
cally revolutionary spirits had express
ed it would be. their recommendation
that the faculty lxard of athletic con
trol declare Michigan's relations with
the conference settled Is, all feel, in
order to bring about what the Wolver
ine students and alumni have clam
ored for since January of last year.
Chicago, Jan. 19. Following are the
market quotations today:
May, 7G. 77. 7G. 77.
July. 76. 77'4. 76. 77.
September. 77, 77, 76. 77.
45. 45, 45, 45.
July. 45, 45. 45, 45l4.
September, 45. 40, 45, 45.
May. 37. 38 , 37. 38.
July, 35, 35, 35, 35.
September, 32'4. 32. 32, 32.
January, 15.75, 15.95, 15.95, 15.95.
May, 1G.42, 16.52, 10.10, 1G.42.
July, 1G.U2, 1G.G2. 1G.57, 1G.57.
January. 9.25, 9.25, 9.25, 9.25.
May, 9.40, 9.47, 9.40, 9.42.
July, 9.50, 9.50, 9.45, 9.45.
January, 9.00, 9.00, 9.00, 9.00.
May, 9.07, 9.12, 9.05. 9.10.
July, 9.17, 9.22, 9.17, 9.20.
New York Stocks.
New York, Jan. 19. Following are
the opening, high, low and closing quo
tations on the market today:
Chicago receipts Hogs 19,000, cattle
300. sheep 1,500.
Hog market 'opened weak, 10c to 15c
lower. Light ' 0.25(0 G.47, mixed and
butchers G.305JG.52, good heavy G.20
G.52, rough neavy G.20G.30.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hog market closed steady at early
decline. Light C.25iG.-i, mixed and
butchers (;.20(fiG.52, good heavy 6.20t
G.52, rough heavy G.2O(f7G.30.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York, Jan. 19. Gas 91'., U. P.
173. U. S. Steel preferred 104, U.
S. Steel common IG1, Heading 127"s.
Rock Island preferred G0'2. Rock Island
common 2G. O. & W. 4516, Southern
Pacific 92', N. Y. Central 129".',, Mis
souri Pacific 87. L. & N. lll'i. Smelt
ers l-iGU. C F. I. 51',. Canadian Pa
cific 1SG, Illinois Central 1G5, Penna
131. Erie 3S. T. C. I. 15S2. C. fc O.
iJ. It. 1. 1. it i. 110, iVlCill-
son 103', Ixicomotive 71'i. Sugar
130. St. Paul 147v-i. Copper 112,
Republic Steel preferred 97?4. Republic
Steel common 37, Southern Ry. 28.
New York, Jan. 19. Reserve in
crease, ?9,X2O,O0; reserve less IT. S.
increase. $9,820,750; loans increase,
$15,14S,GOO; specie increase, $15,009,
000: legals increase, $:,..lS9,ouit; depos
its increase, $33,512,000; circulation de
Liverpool closing cables Wheat
higher, corn to higher.
Northwestern receipts Wheat, Min
neapolis, today 133, last, week 239, last
year 355; Duluth, today 13, last week
3. last year SO.
Export clearances, wheat and flour
107,000, corn G75.000, oats lO.OoO.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed, and Fuel.
Rock Island. Jan. 19. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Live Toultry Spring chickens, lOe
per - pound ; hems, per pcund. Sc;
ducks, per pound, 9 to 10c; turkeys, per
pound. 14c to 15c; geese, per pound,
Butter Dairy, 25 to 26c.
Eggs Fresh, 25c.
Vegetables -Potatoes. 35c.
Sheep Yearlings or over $1 to t
lambs. $4.00 to $0.50.
Cattle Steers, $3.50 to $6.00; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $5.00; calves $1.50
Hogs Mixed, $5.75 to $G.25.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 37c to 10c; oats, 37c to
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $16:
prairie, $12 to $15; clover, mixed, $12
to $13; straw, $7.00.
Wood Hard, per load. $5.00 to $5.50
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; slack
per bushel, 7 to 8c.
Marlin Club Anniversary.
The Marlin Rifle club met this after
noon at the Elm street range, in its
10th anniversary team shoot, Carl Hell
penstell heading one team and J. Q
Paddock the other. The winning team
is to be the guest of the losers at a
banquet to be held at the Hotel Harm.
Cure for Drunkenness.
Orrine Treatment is to Be Used at
Home Without Publicity or Loss
of Time from Business.
Thousands of persons who reallv
want to quit the use of whisky or beer
realize that they cannot do so with
out medical help, yet they can not af
ford the time or perhaps the money to
go to a sanitarium. Happily a new
cure for drunkenness has been discov
ered which Is to be taken at home and
costs less than the average drinker
will spend in a day for drink.
In using Orrinc there is absolutely
no publicity, as. the remedy is sold by
the leading drtcsgists in nearly every
city and town-, or it can be sent by
mail. Sure relief is positive when Or
rine is used. :.So uniformly successful
Is this treatment that in every box Is
a -registered guarantee which entitles
you to a refund of your money if Or
rine fails to effect a cure.
Orrine Is In two forms: Xo. 1. a se
cret remedy, absolutely tasteless and
odorless, which can be given In fooi
or drink without the patient's knowl
edge; No. 2, in pill form for those who
wish to be cured. The price of either
form is $1 a box. Send to the Orrine
company, Washington. D. C, for free
booklet and consultation blank.
The de6ire for liquor is soon destroy,
ed after Orrine treatment is commenc
ed, and before long the patient is fre-ed
from the terrible drink, craving, and
the drink will not be'mlssed.
Oniue Is for sale by Harper house
has obtained tha confidence of the public.
1. It complies with the Pure Food Laws of all states.
2. It is the only high-rade Powder sol J at a moderate price.'
3. It is not made by a Hakintr
' 4. Food prepared with it is free from Kochelle Salts or Alum.
5. It is the strongest Baking Powder on the market.
if $1,000.00 elven for any
i Injurious to health found In Calumet
Vj'Ti Calomrt Is bo carefully and scientifically
jfj prepared that tho neutraliraiion cf tho
InsrredfeDt is absolutely perfect. Therefore.
W Calumet leaves no Kocheile Sells or
Alum in tbe food. It Is cuewicaiiy
J CI I.
All Grocers are Authorized lo Cuaranteo this.
Calumet Hakic? Powder costs little. Costs
a little irora tiian the cheup. injurious
powders cow on tho market, but is a bif
Gavuv over me
A Square Deal for Everybody
10 to $200
Imncd on furniture, pianos, teams, etc., without r i:ihh1.
When you buy merchandise, you go to a i li.ilil' house. Why not
do the -same thing when you bo mow money? We are a well estab
lished linn and treat everybody alike.
Isn't it worth your while to t-ee us b lore dealing elsewhere? We
pay off other companies and advance you more- :rone.
We loan on plain nolo to salaried employes.
Ixkuis also made on watches anil diamonds left in pledge.
You can repay us either weekly, monthly or quarterly.
Sixty cents is the weekly piyincnt on a $25 loan for ."o weeks.
Any amount in the same proportion.
Letters and telephone calls given prompt attention.
This will bring us: Fill it out and mail it to ti;:
Name . .
Security. . .
Room 10, 219 Brady St
Old Phone (north)
IVloncy at the Lowest Interest.
Loans on Any Article of Value.
Can Fit Everybody From the Smallest to the Largeat.
Also Carry a Line of Second
Hand Clothing and Shoes.
An Entirely New Loan Office That Treats Everybody on the Square.
A. POLLOCK, 1911 2d Ave.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
Ho Is the M reliable spcfialist. ost,ilili.-li'l In I .i iij'ni t 1 y:ns. Mur
ing that lime over lil'ty specialists have imiic lu re ;omI x "Jtuil i I fnnii a
few weeks to a few years. Tiny limk ymir money .ii.fc"lt, n ,t !i i 11 lint
broken promises. I r. Walsh lias remained li re long enmiKli to pruvf Mm
cures ale permanent, l' r the people he cui e.l 1 y-u i s ago have i t maim il
el-'?3 YOU CANOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
r4& - tfifiP PLACE ELSE.
DOT waste ymir time trying- others, for yon e:mriot. t ,,r t rea I mvtit
at any oilier place, ;e most of our ;ptlia ne s ;imt t r a I mem s ate the re
sults 'of our own stuily ami invention, ami you cannot g. t Hie .,imc le
sults without litem.
our new gigantic Slatie X-Kay machine. It in
forms of electricil y, vibration ami violet lass. i II
cuuippcil Institute. Consul la t ion, nspeciii.11 ami
KKWKMIIKH. etir treatment is tho l st .itcl the cheapest. Iion't pay your
inoncjfc fur inferior tri a'tii' til when he surest is the che.ipesl, ur guar
antee is liaciei y 1 yea of success right here in I'.tvcnport ami thous
ands of cured ami :-ati:- tieil patients. I o business like a business male -go
where you can gei. the ln-st for your money If you air iml sure. In
vest lira le, ami be sure you're right, linn go ahe.ul.
OMKi sul'lering from nervous X ha 11st ii m, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, pnlpilntien of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult 1 r. Walsh and get the beneiit of hl; ast ex
perience. IK. we cure blood disease, skill diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
hydrecclo. nervous d bilily and special weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
etomaeli and Intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed I'l one I n a I incut .
painless ami bloodless. Keep your money in your poi kct until you see il
'all or iiddiess Dr. Valsli or Chicago Medical Institute. :t Third
street (rear Main si rcet , I a vripoi t. Iowa. Hours, li to 12 u. 111., 2 to
4:30, and 7 to S :3(J p. in. Sundays l'mm 10::J0 lo 12 a. 111.
The Modern Housewife
CIIANXOX & DUFVA
112 Went Sevruirmlb Ml. Ilolb t'huarm.
Su urday Nights.
over W. L. Douglas Shoe Store.
2425. Davenport, Iowa.
Loan Office I
a Wolnh r. W'e use .-ill
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EXAMINATION f bfsX' T-,
lavishes as much care and
attention upon her hatK
room as upon any other
the house. Her pride in her bath
room is shared wkh the pride in the fix
tures when they hear the trade-mark
We sell "Stavdotd" War-Tand invite
you to examine the various designs we
can show you. We guarantee our work
to be high-grade and to make you satisfied
with us. jOur motto is, "Modern Men,
Methods and Material'