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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1907.
Is clone at hand. Wo have niailo
special efforts to replenish our
i.liK'k of silverware ami cnt glass
with the best ami most artistic
lesions offered this season. Our
prices are always right. Our as
sortment is large and varied.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
DRAW FOR RHODES
Kansas City Welter's Defense
Gives Him Even Break
BEFORE DAVENPORT CLUB
Ability to Cover Up and Take Punish
mcnt Offsets Spring Valley Lad's
Speed and Cleverness.
With our assorted colors in in
dividual iee cream eggs give a
very pretty effect on your Faster
dinner table. We also have the
individual iee cream Easter lily,
chicken in egg, chicken plain
rabbit, etc.. which are very ap
propriate for the day.
Call and see them at our store
We also are displaying all kindi
ef Faster novelties. See them in
our east window.
1716 Second Avenue
Hill v Rhodes redeemed himself to the
extent of t aming a draw in a gruelim
battle with Hilly Papke, the risin;
young Spring Valley welter, before til
Oavciipoit Athletic club at Clans Groth
hall last night. While many found
fault with the verdict of Doc Krone
of Chicago, who rcferccd the boat
holding thai Papke should have
been given the long end of the
purse, the majority wire satisfied .tint
Rhodes' ring generalship and endur
ance entitled liim to consideration.
PapKe proved far the cleverer ill
the exchange of swats, but was ab-i
lutely unable to get at a vuhierah!
part of his antagonist except on a few
rare occasions. When he did succee
in getting in a lucky wallop that gave
in temporary advantage Rhode
would crouch and cover up and tak
all the miner had and then conn- oi
and with a surprising show of strcngi
force his opponent to stall.
Ilmli in lilr-x.
Pioth fightcis were in distress at x-
nous tunes and each was saved by
the bell at least once. In the four
Papke lauded a haymaker 111 the sioin
aeh (hat placed the Kansas City lad at
his mercy, but before he could put .
the finishing touches the hell rang. I
the ninth m ar the close Rhodes got i
a wallop on the side of the head tint
forced Papke to hold on for dear life
and the clung of the hell was exceet
ingly welcome to him. The tide of a
You must b careful of your
rlotlies for they are half "the
picture" in the people's eyes
and especially on Faster day,
when they look at you. Clothes
put spirit and courage into you.
The well dressed man
is always at ease
If they are of the right sort.
That's where we can aid you.
We are making clothes of the
right sort only; in the most ap
proved styles and of the finest
fabrics. May we see you?
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second A v e.
Yu will need some Komi prrfiimr
with tliiit new hat and jjown. If
you really want the richest and
choicest Perfumes In vogue, you
will come to the Red Cross Phar
macy. We also have a most se
lect line of Toilet Waters, fra
grant and lusting.
Fourth Ave. and Twentieth St.
Easter Souvenir Postal Cards,
Easter Egg Dyes.
This remedy can always be d"
pended upon and is pleasant to take.
It contains no opium or other harm
ful dm;;, ami may be given as con
fidently to a baby as to an adult.
Price, 25c; large size, 50c.
antage passed from one fighter to the
other several times up to the end. The
last .round was a desperate slugging
match in which, both exerted every
ounce ot strcngtn m me auempi 10
land a lucky sleep producer. Rhodes
was generally on the defensive, bat
was always able to come out from bj
hind his cover and make things interesting.
apke forced matters throughout the
light, jumping out of reach of his 'i,
pouent's vicious leads and ducking un
der his swings. In an oien exchange
of wallops he had little trouble in get
ting to the face and kept Rhodes' nose
bloody throughout the fray. In the in-
ligiiting the Kansas City boy did th.'
more effective work and several times
put hi: antagonist to the bad in the
Knorkoiitn In lrellmiiiiiriM.
Both the. preliminaries resulted in
lockouts. Harry White of Rock 's-
land was knocked out in the fifth
round of a six-round argument by Kid
Delaney. colored, of Moline. In t'ip
senii-windiip Frank Amniernian made
-hort work of Kddie Snider of Peru.
bowling him over with a right to tho
jaw in the first round. There was
large delegation of out of town sports
DONE IN A HURRY
Committee Authorized to Pre
pare a Schedule at Peoria
Meeting of League.
Iraham of Davenport, was postponed
today till April 10. Graham is still in
ROCK ISLAND S HOME DATES
Begin Season Here With Cedar Rapids
At Island City Park One Holi
day and 12 Sundays.
ASSISTANTS ARE NAMED
J. F. Moeller's Appointments Confirmed
By the Township Board.
At the annual meeting of the town
ship board yesterday afternoon. Miss
Kmily Moelier, Charles Oswald, and
F'hil Miller, were appointed and con
tinued by the board as assistants i f
.1. F. Mocllc r, the assessor. 1 he an
nual report of the supervisor was filed.
That's WHY I ask
for your support in
Rock Island and Moline Ladies Con
sent to Act as Sponsors af Enter
tainment for Bethany Home.
The following ladies have consented
to act iis patronesses for the Bethany
home minstrel show to be given April
1 at the Illinois theater:
Rock Island Mis. Elizabeth McFi
vain, Mrs. I.owry Cast eel, Mrs. S. il.
Stoddard. Mrs. M. K. Sweeney. Mrs.
K. W. Hurst. Mrs. John Mudge, Mrs.
C. W. Reddig, Mrs. Julia Sehreincr.
Mis. K. M. Sala, Mrs. C.eorge Sheldon
Mrs. W. B. Mclntyre. Mrs. S. Mosen
l'ehier. Mis. .lames McXaiu.ua, Mrs. A
Moseiif -Ider, Mrs. John Miller. Mrs.
Mary Wads wort li, Mrs. Mary Robinson,
Mrs. Eugene Rums, Mrs. .1. K. Scott.
Mrs. W. H. Reck. Mrs. Robert Rn
nobis. Mrs. K. Elliott. Mrs. William
'lknie..r, Mrs. George White, Mrs.
W. I). Wislierd. Mrs. Christ Gactjer, Mrs.
Money is Needed:
Entire Stock Will Be
Sacrificed to Raise It
1715 Second Ave.
Over the London; Rock Island..
Robert Rennet t. Mrs. Charles Me
Hugh. Mrs. W. II. Whislcr. Mrs. C. .1
Scarle. Mrs. .1. C. Huntoon. Mis. II. C.
Schaffer, Mrs. Allen WelcY Mrs I.. S.
McCabo. Mrs. J. T. Shields. Mrs. IxmU
Eddy, Mrs. Fred Woltmann. Mrs. F. O.
YanC.alder. Mrj. A. Mosenfeldcr. Mrs.
lames F. Egan. Mrs. CI. II. Davis. Mrs.
R K. Rhoads, Mrs. Charles Walker.
Mrs. Henry Folsom, Mrs. Fred Titter
ingtou. Mrs. J. p. Warnock. Mrs
Charles Harris. Mrs. C. S. McPaniels.
Mrs. .1. J. Worker, Mrs. Fred Kami.
Mrs. T. 1$. Reidy. Mrs. II. E. Casteel.
Mrs. F. H. First, Mrs. M. S. Heag..
Mrs E. R. Kreis, Mrs. W. II. Jordan.
Mrs. A. II. McCandless. Mrs.' l.ee Sil
vis. Mrs. William McConoehie. Mrs. !.
H. Polly. Mrs. S. T. Bowlhv. .Mrs. Joh.i
ficinann, Mrs. G. W. Hawes, Mrs. J.
PeSilva, Mrs. .1. J. Ingram. Mrs. R. M.
I'eaice. Mrs. Julia Rosentield. Mrs. i
W. Reiniers. Mrs. J. H. Trimble, Mis.
C. C. Truesdale. Mrs. C. R. Wheclan.
Mrs. J. p. Reedier, Mrs. II. Kramer.
Misses Gertrude Carse, Florence
O'Xeil. Kathcrine Latkin. Mvrtle Pade.
Anna McXaniara. Hat tie Trcniann,
Paula Harms, Freda Harms. Manic
Welch, Maine I.aniont, Martha Hues
ing. Amy Henderson, Kate Burt, Zoo
Rernhardi, Mae Coulton, Lou Harris.
Maud Robertson, Flora Coyne, Eva
Long. Maud Reed. Elsie Koehler. Clara
Koehler, Josephine Whisler, Polly Mc
II unit. Ada Henienway.
Moline Mrs. J. R. Oakleaf, Mrs.
Harry Ainsworth. Mrs. William Butter
worth. Mrs. George M. Gould. Mrs. C.
R Henienway. Mrs. G. II. Huntoon.
Mrs. C. R. Kerns. Mrs. Alex Rindgrea
Mrs. W. C. McMeckin. Mrs. H. G. Sohr
beck, Mrs. Frank G. Allen. Mrs. W. C.
Bennett. Mrs. J. L. Oakleaf. Mrs. C. T.
Guy. Mrs. Charles M. Hill, Mrs. C. T.
losephsoii, Mrs. E. R. Knox. Mrs. G.
M. Eoosley, Mrs. M. R. Mctzger. Mrs
C. W. Sandstrom. Mrs. Tarbox, Mrs.
M. W. Rattles. Mrs. A. R. Bryant, Mr.;.
, C. First. Mrs. George Heider. Mrs.
Hosford Schiller, Mrs. Henry Karsteii-i.
Mrs. J. II. Ixing, Mrs. George McMasi
er. .Mrs. J. . Morgan. Mrs. C. W.
Skinner, Mrs. S. II. V'elie, and the
Misses Anna Schillinger, Goldie Mow-
ry. Ada iMitrikin, and Rebecca Schillinger.
President Spencer of the Rock Is
land baseball club returned this mora
ing from Peoria, where, he attended
the Three-Eye league meeting. Pros
ident Silencer brought with him a part
of the schedule adopted by the com
mittee appointed yesterday afternoon
After tile representatives had devoK-i
considerable time to a discussion of
schedule, without coming to any con
elusions, it was decided to appoint
committee, composed of James Agnew
Wilson Belli ing and President Holland
to draft a schedule. This schedule
was prepared last night, and stan
approved without any further vote- ol
Ill IVciilUir Srri'H.
, The Rock Island series are m a pecu
liar arrangement, but the schedule wi
without doubt lie louint sat isiactory io
Rock Island. Of the 7u home games
for Rock Island, the local icam play
at home on but one holiday, Meinoii.i
ilav. but this city has 12 Sunday games
while the average number for th
teams should be 1 games. Rock li -;
land's home games will be as follows:
Cedar Rapids May 1. 2, 11 and 12;
June Hi; July 2 and :); Aug. in, 11
Dubuque May 2(1, 27 and 2S; July
1."). 10 and 17; Aug. Ill; Sept. 1. 5
Clinton May 2!i. ;M-;:; July 12.
l:: and 11; Aug. 2 2. and I.
Decatur June ;', I, and ."; July 211.
27, 2S, and 2!; Aug. 21. 2.'. and 2ii.
Peoria June C. 7. S, and !: July U'
and :;i; Aug. 1. 21, 22. and 2:!.
Rloomington June in, 11 and 12
July 22, 2;:, 21 and 25; Aug. is, an 1
Springfield June Ri. 11 and 1.1; Ju'v
IS, Ri. 20 and 21; Aug. 1.1. l(j. and 17.
It will be seen that Rock Island
opens the season at home wilh th
sanies May 1 and 2 with Cedar Rap
It was expected that the question 1
tin- salary limit would be considered
but it was not brought up. The Chi
cago expert's schedule was not given
consideration, anil one submitted b
Ed Picrson. a Rloomington newspape
man. and an outline, by Wilson Reh-
ring wt re found defective.
All of I he clubs were represented at
Adjudged Insane Again.
Fred Johnson of Moline, was adjudg
ed insane yesterday alieruoon in in.1
county court and committed to I lie Wa-
tertowu hospital by Judge H. C. War I.
Johnson was taken in charge by Hie
Moline police Saturday. His condition
i ussi-'iii'd to over-indulgence '.n
liquor. He was committed to the hos
pital last June, and later was release!.
Every Instrument, no Matter What Kind, Must be
Closed Out in Order to Meet the Obligations of
the D. Roy Bowlby Estate April 10, and Cost,
Former Prices or terms Will Not be Con
sidered in Our Effort to be Pre
pared to Meet Them.
SECRET IS OUT
GUARDED FOR YEARS IT
KNOWN AT LAST.
OUR NECESSITY IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
ALL GET THE BENEFIT
ABOUT THIS REVELATION
AND TELL OTHERS.
GRAND RAPIDS IS WINNER
The value of a doctor to you is hi
knowledge. He selects the medicine
for you and the medicine itself is nui
If you can get this medicine witlunt
paying for the knowledge you can save
a nood deal of money. There is a
noted doctor in the east, who has long
heen regarded as authority on kidney
diseases and i hcunialkiii ; so sticccs--
ful was he that to have him lake your
case was almost a guaiamce mat jun
would get well.
His success was due to his know
ledge of the right kind ol medicine
for his patients.
The formula of this marvelous pre
scription could not remain a secret forever.
Just how and why it is possible to
announce it is a long stor. inn ne
fact remains that, the ingredients ar"
made public, so anyone can get it lilk'd
at any drug store tor a lew cents.
Hire it is: 1 oz. Essence of Pepsin.
1 o.. Fluid Bucara, ' o.s. Syrup ;l
Burdock. The dose for adults is a lea
snoonful before each meal and at b'jd
It has worked wonders in all cas.v
of kidney diseases, bladder troubles
and rheumatism, which are due to llie
presence of too much uric acid in the
blond. It eliminates the impurity gent
ly and completely, and at. the same
time builds up the tissues. In this
way it cures the disease and acts as -i
The prescription itself is a simpl"
thing, but the knowing how to make
it was the result of a long scirntili
in vest igai ion. Xow ainhody can get il
of any druggist.
This is Not a Time to Quibble About Price The
Claims Against the Estate Must be Settled and
We are Coing to Sell These Pianos at
Some Price, on Some Terms, but
Sell Them We Must and Will.
It Will be an Easy Matter for You to Save $150 to
$200 on a Piano at This Sale The Time is
Short in Which You Have the Oppor
tunity You Must Act at
Once Open Evenings.
Score of 2,775 Carries Away Bowling
Prize in St. Louis Tournament.
St. Louis, March 27. The live-men
teams competition in the tournament
of the American Bowling congress va
concluded last night, with the Furni
ture City team of (Irand Rapids wia
ning the championship and first money
with 2,77.1 pins.
Following are the live highest
Furniture City, Grand Rapids. 2.77.J.
Pes Moines. Pes Moines. 2.7;S.
The Barrys. Chicago, 2.7US.
South Chicago Five, Chicago, 2.US7.
Senators. Chicago. 2,f)7:.
The high scores made in the linil
ht of 12 five-men teams last, night
16072 Second Ave, Rock Island.
was 2.;f.f,, hy
ing, W. Va.
the Muze team of Wheel-
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Bill Sweeney got a hit ami a run
yesterday in the game of the Chicago
Cubs at Xashville, but that is all he
got. Apparently nothing came his way
at third. Tacks Iatimcr, formerly
witii the Islanuers. is catching to
Xashville. Chicago won yesterday, 7
Dubuque has signed
pitcher of Oakland. Cal.
Jack Ryan, a
AND WE WILL GUARANTEE
YOU A STRICTLY TAILOR
MADE SUIT THAT OTHERS
CHARGE $30 TO $35 FOR.
REMEMBER, WE TRY ON
THESE GARMENTS BEFORE
FINISHING, THEREBY AS
SURING YOU A PERFECT FIT.
ILLINOIS THEATER BUILDING
Hadley has teconsidered Im action
aud iisked Pubuque for a contract.
Barlow, the fust baseman secured ,iy
Pubuque in a tiade for Parrah. has
accepted terms with Pubuque and ap
proved the deal.
From a Pubuque source it is learned
that President Armour, of the Toledi
Association club, is negotiating wi'h
the Pubuque management for the pur
chase or loan of Harry Swalm, the fa
mous spitball r.rtist. The indications
are that if Armour wants Swalm badly
enough and is able to pay a little uv.vv
salary he will secure him, for Harry
declares by all that is good and h
fhat he will not dou a Pubuque uni
form at the decreased salary offered
him by the Miner management. Ar
mour secured Reagan from the same
team and Swalm and Steve would like
to travel together. The indications a"2
that they will.
and removal of nerves done by us,
and the best and most carctul treat
ment given to all cases, and noth
ing dangerous used, like chloroform,
gas. or cocaine.
We have a patent thin clastic
plate, with natural kutiis. tlwit tits
where all other plates wnulil fail.
We use no cheap material, for our
work is guaranteed t he first class
and equal to the highest priced
dentists. Call before going else
where. CLEANING FREE.
Omrat Killings 25c
Silver Fillings SOc
tll I'laliiin Killings 50c
Uoltl Killings, up from 9 1.00
Uultl I'ronns, $5 and 9 4.00
l liln KIiipiIIc I'lalrs - .fllU.OO
lied Hubber 1'latrs, $9 down o.$ S.00
Office, lttOT'.j Second Avenue, over
Speldei'n Drug Store.
We ate not going to beat around the
bush in our talk with you about this
sale, but will simpiy state plain facis
and1 leave it to your good judgment i )
decide whether this is a real piano on
poi utility or not
On Apiil 1" we must settle all claims
against the I). Roy Bowlby estate, th-.
ear having expired in which claims
against the estate may lie filed, and
the administrator must now make final
There is plenty of stock on hand to
make every claim secure, but we can
not settle small claims with pianos.
oigans, sheet music, eie. It require:
money or its equivalent, and that .':
what we must have. That is ihe re.i
son for this sale.
Xow this is where you come in. dear
reader, if von hapiiin to need an in
strunient at this time, or will need one
within the next two or three years.
Needing monev as we do, compelled
to dispose of the entire slock, we ar:
prepared to make any kind of a sac
rifice in order to obtain it. and ve
leave vou to infer just how- far we wi!!
go in the natter of sacrifice in prices.
Many of the instruments in this
stock will be sold at practically their
cost of production at the factory.
Many of them will go at prices that
will not cover what it cost P. Roy
Bowlby to place the pianos in the
Others, highest grade, latest styles
ami designs, at about half former
Aud still others at a saving of $110
Kvery instrument will be soil.
Mark these words, we will sell them.
AT SOME PRICK OX SOME KIND
But sold they will be.
For instance, a line English oak up-
rigni mat. snouiu never sen lor less
than $200 goes for only
Pay us a little money down and thr
balance at $r or $3 monthly.
Beautiful French walnut and mahog
any uprights at $H:5. $K'S and $17:'.
that are simplv slaughtered in order
to rais'. a little money.
These are but straws that show the
direction of the wind.
A fine $o"3 upright, shop worn ju.;t
i little, is cut to $17fi, oil payments to
Three of the grandest high grade
uprights ever brought to the trl-citie,
colonial de.-dgns. the most expensive
styles of this make we ever handled.
and should not be sold for a cent less
than $"uu each, your choice of mahog
any. English oak and fancy walnut, at
If you hunt for a piano bargain the
rest of your life you will never find
the equal of these.
A handsome large size mahogany
upright, standard grade, latest design,
worth anywhere and everywhere $:5r.f
is marked for the slaughter at $192.
Another, same make and style, Eng
lish oak, at $1S7.
o.'mmi copies of staudard sheet music
at .c per copy. If you need music
come in and help yourself. We would
like to realize at least a small part i;f
the money invested in it.
PIANO AND PIANO PLAYER.
We will attach a fine piano player
to a line piano and sell you the outfit
for $2;m. and give you a lot of music
to go with it. Ami you can have easy
Five extremely handsome uprighs
in lancy walnuts, mahogany and other
cases, colonial designs, made to sell at
$::7.", $HH and $125, are cut to $20S.
$22:1 and $2.j7.
Great as is our desire to turn these
pianos into cash or notes, yours shouli
be even greater to get here at the very-
earliest moment and secure one of
Oigans, new aud used, parlor and
chapel styles. $1. $S. $H. $12.
$1S, $20 to $:1S, and no higher.
Square pianos, including a Chicken
ing and Knabe, $10, $1S, $2r and $::.
Come to this sale. Bring a litH.
money with you and see the woude.
your dollars will perform. At thv
prices the goods are marked every
thing should be sob) during the ne:t
few days. Store is open evenings, 1(109
Second avenue. Rock Island.
SAM W. BOWLBY.
Highland Gun Club Elects.
At the annual meeting held by the
Highland Gun club of Moline, the fol
lowing officers were elected for the
ensuing year: President. J. Rosln.
ough; vice president, W. Woltcrs; sec
retary, F. H. Bein: treasurer, J. Lind
vall; captain, J. Cooper.
Farmer's Hearing Postponed.
The preliminary hearing of Kid
farmer oi reoriaior siapDing James .' OQQ-QQQQQQQQOOOOOOOOQOO
COLON A SAND
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimmings a Specialty.
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color
the wall with alkali, etc. Plana
ent ua for estimates will re
ceive careful attention and be
returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
atop and let visitors off and on.
Bridge, Stone, Cora Crib Blocks
mm FnuliUai Stem, may slss
Samples ot atone and photo
of buildings can be seen at
Room 12, Mltckeil Lyme
ARTHUR . BURR ALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Co Ion a, 111,
WE DO THE BUSINESS.
Because our rates are lower, time
longer and payments smaller. The fol
lowing is our weekly payment plan:
tibc is a weekly' payment on a $25.00
loan; $1.20 is a weekly payment on a
$50.0(1 loan. We also have a month'y
and quarterly payment plan. Will
loan you from $5.00 to $100 on your
furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, ec.
We also make salary loans. When you
need money, call, write or phone us.
We will be glad to t.how you on what
liberal contracts you can borrow
TRY US OXCE. Three private offices.
TRI-CITY LOAN CO.,
- - - -
Old Phone N 2425. 219 Brady,' Davenport.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.