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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1907.
Is rlose at hand. We have mailo
special efforts to replenish our
stock of silverware ami cut glass
wiih tlie best ami most artistic
designs offered this season. Our
juices are always ri?ht. Our as
sortment is large and varied.
n J. RAMSER
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
You must H careful of your
clothes for thoy are half "the
picture" in the people's eyes
and especially on Easter day,
when they look at you. Clothes J
put spirit ami courage into you.
The well dressed man
is always at case
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 Ave.
With our assorted colors in in
dividual ice cream eggs give a
very pretty effect on your Master
dinner table. We also have the
individual ire cream Easter lily,
chicken in egg, chicken plain
rabbit, etc., which are very ap
piopriate for the day.
Call anil see them at our store
We also are displaying all kinds
of Easter novelties. See them in,
our east window.
1716 Second Avenue
You will need some good porfnme
with that new hat and gown. If
you really want the richest and
choicest Perfumes in vogue, ymi
will come to the Red Cross Phar
macy. We also have a most se
lect lino of Toilet Vaters, fra
grant and lastjng.
Fourth Ave. and Twentieth St.
Easter Souvenir Postal Cards,
Easter Egg Dyes.
AS FAR AS THE WEATHER
WAS CONCERNED, THURS
DAY WAS VERY STORMY;
YET A GREAT MANY PEO
PLE CAME FROM THE THREE
CITIES AND SURROUNDING
COUNTRY TO LOOK AT PI
ANOS. THE RESULT WAS
SEVERAL SALES AND SATIS
WE ARE SURE WE ARE OF
FERING THE VERY BEST
FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
THE CUSTOMERS TO WHOM
WE HAVE SOLD OR SHOWN
OUR PIANOS HAVE LOOKED
AT PIANOS CARRIED IN EV
ERY STORE IN THE TRI
$5 or $10
AND BALANCE IN EASY PAY
MENTS BUYS A HIGH GRADfl
WE ARE OFFERING THE
FOLLOWING HIGH GRADE
SECOND HAND ORGANS AT
$10. S15. $20. S25.
SQUARE PIANOS AT i0,
$2. $ S0.
ALL SMALL GOODS, SUCH
AS MANDOLINS, VIOLINS,
GUITARS, BANJOS, AND AC
CORDEONS, WILL BE SOLD
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOUR
SELF. OPEN EVERY EVEN
1726 2d Ave.
fO OPEN THE LINKS
Arsenal Golf Club Members May
Gambol on the Green
FIRST PRELIMINARY APRIL 13
Dates for Two Special Tournaments
and the Usual Matches Are
The links of the Uock Island Golf
lub an- lo be opened informally to-
lorrow to the members. The calen- have, with the exception or the prew
ar for the season's matches, which cut debt of $2.5oo, been entirely met
las lust appeared, names tsaiuruuv, i
Vmil l;!, as (He date of the first pre-
miliary match for the first mon'slihese expenses is as follows
i:iii.lic:iii ( in). The first lire iniinarv
Adiin n s iiamlicaii inatcii win tt
n Thursday, May 2.
he annual tournament of the Trans
Misj-jssippi Golf assoeiat ion will b;
11 Id on the Wand links July 17, IN.
9 and 20.
The second annual invitation tonrna-
l'.ent ot the cum win ne neiu pronamy
ug. S, !) and 10. If, to avoid conflict
ng wit ii inner tournaments, a ciiange
if these dates should be necessary, it
will be held Aug. 1, 2 anil :!, in which
a so the men's handicap match now as
igned for Aug. will be played
I):il-x of To ii rn nine n Is.
The usual club tournaments will Ik
n!aved according to the following cal-
l'ie lnniuarv matches lor the lirst oi
iu n s Handicap cups on uie ioiiowin
.Saturdavs: April i: and 2S. May 11
md 25. June S. 22 and 29. and July
md for the second of the handicap
litis on the following Saturdays: July
Kl and 27. Aug. ::, 17 and Sept.
1 1 and 21.
Preliminary matches for women
handicap cup on the following T hurs
Javs: Mav 2 and 2::. June i:i and 27
I u I v 11 ;nd 25. Aug. 15 and 29
Men's championship: I-'irst prelim
mary round, .Monday, Aug. i;i; second
preliminary round and match play
rounds, en successive days following.
Women's championship: Preliminary
round. 1 uesday, Sept. .;; inatcii plav
rounds, on successive days followin
Finals men's handicap cups: First
match play rounds, Tuesday. Sept. 21;
emi-finals and finals. Sept. 25 and 2i..
Finals women's handicap cup: Firs
match plav round, 1 uesday, sept, l":
clni-fina'.s and finals. Sent. 11 and 12
In his annual report Commandant
lilun'. wlio is president of the club
'in my last annual report to tin
lub. submitted under date of April 1.
190i; it was stated that the new club
louse was marly finished ami would
bo readv for occupancy before the mid
lie of April. V.iuC. In consequence of
dine delays of contractors in furnish
ing material, this date was not quiti
lea'.ied, but the clubhouse was finally
completed and in use before the clofii
of that monih.
'he total cost of the new clubhouse.
including its lockets and the furnish
ing, amounted to $ I (i.Slll.TS.
Dense was met as follows:
f.y transfer from -1 u I funds,
ly itisnr:nici' on old lions-....
I'.y -oilis. ripl ions for the new
l .Mill. III!
tnniMi-r from club fuinls,
"As funds were necessary during
construction of the new building to
meet ('barges for material and labor,
temporary advances were made by a
member of the club, and this loan sub-
seouentlv reduced as club funds be
came available, tne indebtedness now
Every man is likely, at some time.
M to be called to fill a nosition of
trust requiring a bond.
You may be appointed guardian of
a minor, or executor of a will ot
administrator of an estate ; you may
be elected to public office, ot
chosen treasurer of some organiza
tion; you may beofferedafiduciary
position with a bank, you may wish
to guarantee a contract, or you may
wish to give an occupation or
license bond in all these circum
stances, and many others, we wil
act as your surety.
Being the largest Company in the
world whose business is restricted
to furnishing Suretyship Bonds, we
can give you an absolute guaran
tee, and save you from annoying
obligations. Apply to
of Dew York
Capital and Surplus 4.800.0OO
Lndolph Jt Reynolds, AHyaBa
frd bhx'k; Wni. C. Maarker, Aft,
MmmibIp temple. Win. It. Moore,
Uty Cfaaae block. MoUaei Kdw,
. Sklaaer, AmU 135 FUtk ATI
standing at only $2,500. The amount,
$9,574.78, transferred from club funds
of I'M'G, comprised the $2,500 of this
loan and also receipts from life mem
bership, $5,700, receipts from entrance
fees during 1900, $941. ami a portion of
annual dues of l'JOG, $1.;..7S. That the
debt is not greater is ihorefore due to
.he public spirit and liberality of the
21 men and IS women who took advan
tage of paragraph 7, article III., of the
bvlaws. and became life members of
KxprnseN in Ten VriirN,
The expenses of establishing the
lub, preparing and extending the
course, erecting anu enlarging uie om
locker rooms, and replacing the earlier
building with the present, clubhouse, as
well as the running expenses ot t lie jo
seasons the club has noon m existence
ny i ne suuscripi ion, -m i am-e ieos, aim
.lues of the members. The suminaiy of
luolinusc, lm iuiiing ni si i.uii.i-
Special preparation oi course., l.iii
ire of course during Hi sea
Salaries of man-.i
;irs. club at-
df cups and other prices.
i ipeu tournament lexeiss
expenses over receipts)
t'owels, soap, lauiiilry, post
age, priming, etc
lines to the t'liitod States,
Western, Trans-Missis: ippi.
and Iowa (iolf associations..
Interest on notes, telephone
service, and various inci
dentals cm;. nn
Insurance of dull property....
Total of all expenses for in
l'otal receipts have been..
Leaving a balance on hand of .$ II
i;liiu:ilt-4 for I 'til urc.
It is estimated that the running ex
lenses of the club for the coming sea
son will be about S5,:;tni. and that the
receipts from annual dues, locker dues
and visitors' dues will be about $fl.0iM
leaving a balance of $7n0 available for
partial liquidation of the dub debt. As
it is probable a further sum will be oh
tained from entrance fees of new mem
bers, and possibly from some addition-
il life memberships, it is anticipated
that the remainder of the debt, $1,S(mi.
will also be met during the year.
In future years, following the com
nig season, it is estimated that a nal-
mce of from $5m to $1.0nit will be an
nually available to meet repairs or oth
er extraordinary expenses as they may
SPANTON IS SOLD
Rock Island First Baseman
Goes to Burlington in the
MO PLACE LEFT FOR HIM HERE
Johnny Wanner Reports for Duty Da
vidson Loses Out Other Base
First Hasoman Albert Suanton, who
was with Kock Island during the eaiiv
part of last season, but was incapaci
tated during the latter pan on aceou-it
of a seven spell of typhoid fever, h is
been sifld to the 1 lurlinglon lea in '!
the Iowa league, the deal having been
closed today. Spanion is a good man.
fast enough for this league, but Uock
Island has no place for him now I lnl
we have a manager who plays the
lirst corner. Spanton will probably b '
heard from in the Iowa league.
Johnny Wanner -reported today and
will hereafter take part in the work
outs with the bunch at Island I'iiy
HiivmIkoii It cloiisril.
Davidson, I ho Dubuque outfielder,
whom Manager McAleer of the Sf.
Louis Ilrowns secured last fall, was re
leased at the conclusion of the training
trip in Texas. It is stated that v
showed class, but the St. Louisans did
not need his services.
Percy Wilder will be with Dubuque
this season, rumors to the contrary
notwithstanding. A letter received by
Manager Stark yesterday from thj
doughty hurler. who is now employed
as stenographer in New York, slated
ihat he would shortly start west to re
port. Wilder's decision, Dubuque fan -hope,
will bring Swalm into lino.
Failure of the Three-Eye directors
to take up the salary question at Pe
ria Tuesday, indicates that the lid will
)e off and the respective clubs will bo
allowed to spend as much money ns
they feel they can part with.
GOTCH AND BURNS TO MEET
Veteran Should Give Hard Battle with
the Toe Hold Barred.
Chicago, March 29. The Frank
Gotch-"Farmer" Iiurns catch-as-catcu-
can wrestling match at the Interna
tional theater on Monday night should
lie an interesting affair for the lovers
of that sport, as the men are letter
perfect in all the departments of the
game. Burns is the oldest, toughest,
ind most experienced "rassler" in the
business. He has defeated some of the
best men in the country, among them
Evan Lewis, from whom he won the
championship. He grades a class be
'ow Gotch, but, as the strangle and
toe holds are to be barred, he will give
(he champion a warm argument.
!'U. & S.
FINAL GAMES OF
Kewanee Boys Play Here and Rock Is
land Girls Meet Monmouth Team
in That City Tonight.
The Kewanee high school boys will
arrive here aiiout d o clock and tins
evening will meet the Uock Island high
school basketball team in the local
gymnasium for the second time and in
the last game of the season for both
teams. The game, judging from the
plaving of both teams since the last
contest at Kewanee, will be a closely
contested one. A curtain raiser will
be played between the seniors and
freshnun in the last game of the inier-
class series. The seniors have been in
the lead since the beginning of the
This afternoon the Uock Island high
school girls' team left for Monmouth,
where at s o'clock Ibis evening the
team meets the Monmouth gills' team.
The game will take place in the Ar
mory at Monmouth. In the game with
the Monmouth girls a few wo ks ago.
in the local g nmasitim. the Uock Is
land gills were deflated by a score ;f
11 to ". bin the Uock Island team has
shown great improvement since then.
This is the Final game of the season
for both teams.
Miss Charlotte Chamberlain wii! ac
company (lie team as chaperone.
Tomorrow nioiniug in the gymnasi
um of the Y. M. C. A., the employed
boys of the association will play th?
ANOTHER BALL PLAYER DEAD
Harry Dolan, Boston National Outfield
er, Victim of Typhoid Fever.
Ixtiisville, Ky.. March L".. Harry
Dolan. the nut fielder of the lloston Na
tional team, died here this morning' el
Disorders of the stomach produce a
nervous condition and often prevent
sleep. Chamberlain's Stomach and
l.iver Tablets stimulate the digestive
organs, restore the system to a
healthy condition and make sleep pos
sible. For sale by all leading drug
gists. CHICAGO DENTAL
1607 Second Ave, Rock Island.
and removal of nerves done by us,
and the host and most careful treat
ment given to all cases, and noth
ing dangerous used, like chloroform,
gas. or cocaine.
READ THIS! -We
have a patent thin elastic
plate, with natural prums, that tits
where all other plates would fall.
We use no cheap material, for our
work is guaranteed to be tirst class
and equal to th- highest pi-ieed
dentists. Call before going else
where, CLEANING FREE.
Femrnt Filling rVe
Sliver FIllluKa SOc
Cold nation Fllllnga ROc
Gold FIIHdkn, up front $ 1.00
Gold Crown, 95 and 9 4.O0
fiiln Klnirtic Plates 910.00
Ked Itnbber I'lnlen, $9 dona to. 9 5.00
: DR. MARSHALL,
Office, 1S0714 Sreoad Aveaue, over
Sprldrl'a Dihk Store.
it of the Season
That appeal to anyone
dress with full measure of
Is the day to "spring"
Allow U. & S. to fix
Are Yon G
If you are we want to show you what can be
done with CONCRETE BLOCKS.
We guarantee to save you money.
We guarantee an absolutely dry
We guarantee appearance superior
We guarantee to save fuel in winter.
We guarantee to keep you cooler in
And we guarantee every block sent out by us
to be the very best and to stand any test
required. Write us or call and see us.
MITCHELL Sc LYNDE BLDG.
We Will Loan Yovi That
Money You Need Today.
No neeil to embarrass yourself by making your financial condition
known to your friends. You can get what money you need of us to
day, pay for the accommodation and be under no obligation to anyone.
We arrange quick loans, in large or small amounts, for a long or
short time, on furniture, piano-;, horses wagons, lixtures. etc., without
publicity, leaving the property undisturbed in your possession.
There is no delay: you get the money within a few hours afte
asking for it; you get the full ;. mount asked for in cash and can repay
it in small weekly or monthly payments, each payment including intov-c-st
The rate and inducements we offer should merit your patronage. It
is to your interest to call on us before going elsewhere. Liberal terms,
courteous treatment, absolute privacy, prompt service and the lowe. t
rates in the tri-cities. See us t'lday; you'll profit by it.
MUTUAL LOAN CO
Peoples National Bank Bldg.
Room 411, Rock Island III.
n. B. CA STEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW. ,
Capital Stork, 9100.000. Four I"rr Cent I aft-rent raid oa Depoalta.
.C. J. Larkin, H. D. Mack, H. II. Cleaveland,
II. E. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
Estates and property of all kinds are managed bv this department,
which is kej.t eniin-ly separate from ttie banking business of the com
pany. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Uuardian and Conservator of Kstites.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial
Agent for Non-Kesidents, Women Invalids, and others.
-wishing refinement in
STYLE and QUALITY
Telephone, Old West 122.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
and Saturday Evenings, to 9 p. m.
H. B. SIMMON,
AND SAVINGS BANK.
Schafer, Mary E. Robinson,
Heagy, E. D. Sweeney.
H. W. Tremana,