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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1907.
Spring Hat Opening
Those urc tlit; hats
which the men of fash
ion and 14001! laste in
tin; tri-eities are wearing.
Some of Rock Island Baseball
Team to Reach City
OTHERS DURING THE WEEK
Practice Games Will Begin at Oncc-
Two Exhibition Contests Are
HAIM'KIl holm: Itl.tU K.
You must h4 careful of your,
clothes lor they are half "t tit-"
picture'' in the people's eyes
ami espicially on Fa-ur day,
when they look at you. Clothes
put spirit ami courage into you.
The well dressed man
is always at case
If they are of
That's where we
We ate making
the right sort,
can aid you.
clothes of the
light sort only; in the most ap
proved styles and of the lined
fabrics. May we see you?
E. F. DORN.
1812 Second A v e.
who are fast enough for the Three-Eye.
Rloomingtou is to have a benefit ball
next Thursday evening to help tide the
team over the training season. Pres
ident Holland and Mrs. Donovan, wife
of the manager and author of the idea
of giving a ball, will lead the grand
Jack McConiull, who is now man
aging I t rie Haute, says iie lias not a
booze light t r on his team. He means to
ee to it that players cultivate good
habits while thev are working for him.
George Hughes, last year at sceoti 1
base for Peoria, has signed a contra v
A niimiji r of lite Rock Island playe.-
report next Monday to join tnose
ilieady lieie and the remained r of the
learn will be along during the wee-..
As soon as enough men ate in ihe city,
the bunch will lie divided and practhe
ames played. There is lit Me in sigu!
so tar in i ic wav oi exiinmion game-.
owing principally to tne auiiuue
Cliniou. where the management
biers playing such contests bad policy
Rock Island had held several dale
onen for tae Jowalls.
Managi r Tighe is temporarily '.aid
1 1 1 witii a sprained anKie. nut win i
!l riubt by the first of next week.
Fir.-t l!.!sem;n Kudd of kit year'?
earn is in i lie city on the way to Q;;i l
cv. wncre He lias signeu l ) piay in iiK
Pitcher Herbert of Yale, Mo. nr
rived t inlay.
Many Iiiiiik' Ilviiirrl.
It seems to be the understanding
that the various Hubs will cave till
pril 15 lo pick flaws in the schedule
hat resulted from the Peoria meeting
this week. The north end of the cir
cuit will have a few suggestions to
ift'er. and the Decatur Review says
that it is likely that the son: hern clubs
will get together and rearrange some
of the series of games so Mia: a more
equal distribution will be given.
President .lames Agtlew of Dubuqu.'.
who was one of the trainers oi ttu
Thn e Kve schedule that has been giv
en out a.- oihc.al. is am tunny ioi me
staietlielil that The cony gicn lo til--luwspapeis
is a long way '.loin being
.ucii a one as the coiiimi':co wo'
eventually pre.-tn:. He savs a gre it
many channes will have to he made.
4,ssi !' I lie I. aunt.
Manager Stark of Dubuipie has giv
I n out the foliowii.g list of players,
w liieh do'.-s not include Pitch r Wilder,
who has since come ill!') the fold:
Calchi j -. Chailes Partus, .lohn ll:ill-
and Mark Chaffee; pitchers. I on-ii'.e-M'f.
Atthur Ddigemau. Ed F.'tt-
Siiun: Curney. .lack Ryan. D. W.
on. Chester Crew.-; firs: base,
c. li.irhiw, and l.eichen: second
. CI. nide Sunk: shor.siop. Hadlcy
.McLaughlin: tliird base. Wiiite:
outlielders. Fleming, .lohn: on. and Mc
Kee. Fled Itiidges. the former Springfield
Did Cedar Rapid.- pitcher, wul be with
Lincoln in the Western league again
this yi ar.
lager Donovan of IS'.ijomiugtou
-avs lie lias made arrangements wnn
Manager Asheiibaek of the Si. Paul
' .im io gel a couple- of easloi'fs, before
he openinu ! the sea.-on. 1' is lig-ire-1
that St. Pan! will lie unable to
im.' a numoer o! men now on me nsi
The death of Manford Cunningham
of Illinois City took place at Water-
town Wednesday. He was the son of
George and Elizabeth Cunningham and
was born at Princeton, 111.. May 2:5.
lM:t;. He leaves to mourn three sis
ters and two brothers, Albert, residing
in Iowa, Miss Hilie Taylor of Good
land. Kan.. Mrs. Roxie Davidson, Mrs.
Ellin Howaid. and Martin of Illinois
City. Mr. Cunningham was unmar
lied. The funeral was held Thursday
;,i 2 o'clock from the Methodist church
at Illinois City and was in charge ol
the I. O. O. F. lodge, of which Mr. Clin
iiingham was a member.
Tile infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs
.lames linker. 12"S Fortieth street, die 1
yesterday atiernoon at. 2 o'clock at the
home. Funeral services were held over
the remains at 2 o'clock this afternoon
from the liom.-. The service s were con
ducted by He v. . 1'. Maeey, pasiov
of the Spencer Memorial church. Bur
ial took place at Riverside cemetery
With our assorted colors in in
dividual ice cream eggs give a
very pivtty ffect on your Easter
dinner table. We also have the
individual ice cream Easti r lily,
thicken in egg, chicken plain
rabbit, etc., which are very tip
propt iaie for the day.
Call and see them at our store
v vn v i A K' v I ; v o
We also are !ispla i:ig all kindi
of Easier novelties. See tliem ip,
our east window.
1716 Second Avenue
Dnlh Dhnit.l 0
Mrs. Matthew Cuinther, Hu(5 Sixth
avenue, died Uir-t evening at S::!u. deatn
In ing due lo pneumonia and complu t
tions. She was born in Philadelphia
and was years of age. She can
from Phil.idelpiiia to Savanna. 111. .
IsTiS. and from tin re 10 this city abo.r.
two years ago. She is survived by hji
husband and seven children and ste;
children. Miss E. Iiownian, Chicago:
Mrs. .Mary (Jrcenhil! ol Uoekford. Mr
Anedia Miyt'rs of Preston, Iowa. W.l
ham Powiran oi Rock Inland. Miehae
Cuimher of North Dakota. Cha'i"
t! uii.i her of South Dakota, and Goorg'
(u iiimr at home. I lie remains wi!
be taken to savanna tomorrow iiioiiiiik:
Afflicted with Rheumatism.
'I was and am yet afflicted with
rheumatism," says .T. C. Payne, edito
of the Herald. Addington. Indian Ter
ritory, "but thanks to Chamberlain'.
Pu in Palm am able once more to at
tend to business. I; is the best of lin
imenls." If troubled with rheutna
tism give Pa:n Ualin a trial and' you
are certain to bo more than pleusct
with the prompt relief which it af
fords. One application relieves th
pain. For sale by all leading dm:
The secret, of fashionable beauty,
asked the itest.ion of a noted bau
specialist. "In order to be round, ro-
plunip. very pretty and styli.-di, tak
Hollister's Roiky Mountain Tea."
cents. T. H. Thomas' lihaimacy.
1 PLAY BALL 1
g Bennett's Ball Goods g
Are the Best. 8
Wo carry the largest stock in g
the west. Six league balls to G
select from. &
Sole Agents for the
Full stock of Fishing
All goods guaranteed.
lll .M INti taions,
SPORTING GOODS STORE.
1619 Second Ave, Rock Island.
GIVE it food that will not irritate or
retard the performance of its natural
functions, and it will reciprocate in a way
agreeable and comforting.
No single ingredient contributes so
largely toward wholesome, nourishing,
agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder.
Royal Baking Powder's active ingre
dient, Grape Cream of Tartar, is the
most healthful of the fruit products.
This is why Royal Baking Powder
makes the food finer, lighter, more appe
tizing and anti-dyspeptic, a friend to the
stomach and good health.
Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum
"The use of alum and salts of alumina in
food should be PROHIBITED. The con
stant use of alum compounds exerts a
deleterious effect upon the digestive
organs and an irritation of the internal
organs after absorption.
"EDWARD S. WOOD, M. D.
"Professor of Chemistry
'Harvard Medical School. Boston."
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK
FOR ANNEXATION" at tlm following described portion oC the Township of South
Rock Island, in the County of Kock Island, State of Illinois, to-wit:
Commencing at the center of Section Two (J), Township Seventeen ' IT)
North Kanue Two (2) West of the Fourth ( t) Principal Meridian; thence South
on the West line of Lot Ten (10) of Case's Subdivision to the North line of Lot
Eight (K) in Aiken's Subdivision; thence West on said North line to the West
line of said Lot Eight t.8); thence South on said West line of said Lot Eight s)
to the center of Aiken Street; thence east on the center line of said Aiken Street
to the center line of Seventeenth or Eagle Street; thence South on the center
line of said Seventeenth or Eagle Street to the North linr. of Ilichmond's Sub
division; thence East on said North line of said Kichmomrs Subdivision extended
East to the Section line between Sections One 1 ) and Two (-2 ) in said Township
or the middle line of the road known as Twenty-fourth Street; thence North n
said Section line or middle line of Twenty-fourth Street to a point Throe-hundred
and Thirty (:j:o) feet South of the middle li-ie of Eighteen Avenue; thence
East parallel to the middle line of said Eighteenth Avenue, Six Hundred and
Thirty-three ((;:)3) feet; thence North parallel to the middle line of Twenty-fourth
Street, Three Hundred and Thirty (50) feet to the middle line of Eighteenth
Avenue; thence West on said middle line of Eighteenth Avenue to the place of
beginning, in the County of Rock Island and State of Illinois, to the City cd"
Rock Island, in the State of Illinois.
a;ainst the annexation of
of Rock Island.
the above described tract of land to the City
WIN GAME EASILY
High School Boys Run Up Big
Score in Basketball Con
test With Kewanee.
were north ami south.
The sta.ne of water was S.115 at tj a.
tn., ami at 110011.
SAYS REPORT IS A HOAX
PLAYED AT LOCAL GYMNASIUM
Final Resu't is 50 to 35-Girls Tea-n
Loses in Game at Monmouth, by
Score of 17 to 7.
George Siler Ridicules Boxing Match
Between Papke end Gans.
(leoiiie Siler ridicules ihe report tin,
was published in souk- of the C'hieaq-i
papers yesterday that Joe djiis was to
box six roumls with Hilly I'apUe .:t
Spring Valley Apiil S. Siler says Ma;
ty lialdwiii has about deci ied that !:
does not eare to fislit Tacky Me Far
laud at i: pounds, claiming thai h
can make 1-- pounds and wants a
match with At tel.
In the last faille oT ihe season for
the Uock Island liijIl school basket ba!i
team in the school gymnasium last
1 vi niiisj; l iie- boys defeated Kewanee
hiuh : chool by a M-ore of TiO to "..". At
the beginning of the first half the loc'il
live started 0111 wiMi a rush, but about
the middle of the half the visitors col
lected themselves and played a scien
tific game to the close of the half,
which ended ill to "Jl in favor of Hock
Island. The local team settled down
to steady playing in the second half
and easily piled up the score 011 the
visitors. The half ended 20 to 11. The
line up of the teams follows:
Hock I.iland Ficken and Jahns, for
wards: Hiennaii, center; Scliinstrom
and l.iitt, guards.
Kewanee Davis and Hawthorne, for
wards; Teece, center; Johnson and
Referee, Drown of Kewanee; umpire,
The preliminary game was played
between the seniors and Freshmen in
tile Inter-Class tournament. The Sen
iors won easily over their opponents
by a score of :! to 12, and also cap
tured first honors in the class tourna
ment. The seniors had a perfect per
centage in the tournament, with the
lower junior team second at r00 pet-
cent, and the three others standing at
:;:;;! i.er cent. ,
Urffiilvil nl Moimioutli.
The Uock Island high school girls
were defeated by Ihe Monmouth high
school at Monmouth last evening by a
score or 17 to 7. The first half of the
game ended by a score of 1" to '1. In
Ihe second half the Hock Island team
used more team work in its playing
and made things quite interesting for
Monmouth girls for a while, the half
ending 5 to 4 in favor of Rock Island.
Miss Munger and Miss Thacher did
some very clever work for the Rock Is
land team. Miss Munger made two
field baskets and all the free throws,
and Miss Thacher made one field bask
et. The lineup of the teams follows:
Hock Island The Misses Dorothy
Chamberlain and Katherine Thacher,
forwards; Miss Nina Monger, center;
the Misses Dorothy Pleasants and Hen
rietta Kinner, guards.
Monmouth The Misses Bernice and
Fay Skiles, forwards; Miss Carrie Null
center; the Misses Dilligan and Col
berg, guards. ,
Umpire. Rohr of Monmouth; referee,
Souders of Rock Island.
Jhe Rock Island girls while in Mon
mouth were entertained by the mem
bers of the Monmouth team. They will
arrive home this evening at 7:15.
Chicago. March :;o. Following
the market quotations, today:
May. 75 T,,
September. 4ti. 4i
May, 12Tk, 4;i. ll'Ts. 4J
July, Iji's, oivs. Ili-'-s,
7S' ,, 77j. 7S ,.
7S"S, 7l, 7-SU. 7U.
4i;8. 45TS. Uik.
1 '... 45. 40!s.
- .'4 .
May, 10. a7
10.o5, Hi. 25. 10. '25.
10.1"'. 10.27, 10.D0.
:i.'i7, 9.05. :."5.
S.97. S.A5, S.95.
S.!2. S.5J2. S.S5, S.S5.
S.72, S.75. S.07, S.C7.
per pound;; hens, per pcund, 8c;
ducks, per pound, 9 to 10c; turkeys, per
pound. 14c to 15c; geese, per pound
9 to 10c.
Baiter Dairy, 25c to 27c.
Eggs Fre-h. lO'c.
Vegetable.- Tot aioes. 40c
lings Mixed. $."..75 to $0.
Sheep Yearlings or over $4 to $8
lambs. $ l. .",11 to $0.75.
Cattle Steirs. ?",.5o to $".: cows and
heifers. $2 to $I.5o: calves $1.5i to $0.
Feed and Fuel..
Grain Corn, 40c to 42c; oats, 41
Forage Timothy hay, $15; prairie,
$12 to S15: clover, mixed, $11 to $12;
straw, $7.5i.i to $S.
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; Black
per bushel, 7 to Sc.
Chicago receipts Wheat J I, corn
015. oats :!::;.
Northwestern receipts Wheat, today
S1H. last week 15:;7. last year ,','M.
Estimated receipts tomorrow Wheat
10, corn 47n. oats 255.
Hogs. 7.00(1; open 5 to 10c higher.
Cattle. ;joit; open steady.
Sheep. O.000 ; open steady.
Mixed. 0.:rfr0.05: heavy. OJofiCGJ;
rough. C.25'? 0.:I5; light. U.25!o O.Oii.
S:10 a. m. Hogs 10 to 15c higher.
Packers holding off. Mixed O.lnfj 0.72
heavy. 0.50fi G.7i; rough. !.:;5f.j.l5;
light. 0.l0(i0.70; bulk, 0.00i0.05: pi?i.
Estimated Monday, 35,000.
Next week. 120.000.
Close Hogs weak, early advances
mostly lost Mixed, 0.35(Tjfi.02; heavy.
0.40(fifi.0e; rough. C.23fi.i!3: light.
G.33SG.C0; hulk, 0.500.00; pigs, 5.73
( Cattle steady.
New York. March 30. Reserve
crease, $S,421.S25: reserve,' less V
increase, $9.317.20; loans, inereas?
$0,555,000: specie, increase.: S10.SS5
300: legals, increase. $2,134,700; de
posits, increase, $17,872,700; circula
tion, decrease, $100,300.
To B. A. Denby. Rock Island. III.
Dear Sir: Hire's an intcrc-tintr '.it
tie story of the way a painter "worked"
a .-chool master to the beiulit of both.
I'rofes.or J. W. Spind'er. superin
tendent ol city schools of Winfield
Kan., had his house painted a few
years a-o with mixed paint which
turned out ba l'y. Three yea -s
ago he decided to repaint. He studied
the matter up a little, and decided the
he wanted lead and zinc mixed by ,t
He gave his order for it to .1. M.
Vausiin. painter, and specified ju-t
what he wanted in the way of paint.
Mr. Vaughn simply put on Devoe lead-and-zinc
paint and said nothing; but
ho Knew it was made of 'he right ma
terials, and better mixed than ho cotil.l
do it by hand.
The other day Professor Spindbvr
complimented Vaughn on the txcrl
1 nee of tiie job; and then the paint- 1
confessed. The house looks well ye"..
F. W. DEVOE & CO..
New York and Chicago.
Paridon Wall Paper & Decorating
company of Hock Island sells our paint.
In fact, we are so certain that O
we can sa;i.-fy you that at; we
ask is a trial, for we know ibai O
our li::.1 of woolens and our sci- q
cntific method of tilting, making C
and iiiii-hi:;: will surely bring j
you back again. Wouldn't it lie J
a good idea to give us a trial on o
your Ea-ier suit or top coat? x
J. B. Zimmer
S H Co.
g Peoples National Bank Building.
Take elevator Second
Floor ( right.)
The City of Moline, Emily and Mac
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Llvt
Stock, Feed, and Fuel. '
Rock Island.' March 30. Followin
sre the wholesale quotations In today's
Provisions and Produce
Live Poultry Young chickens, 10c
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little
town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppeo.
She writes: "One year ago my son was
down with such serious lung trouble
that our physician was unable to help
him; when, by our druggist's advice, I
began giving him Dr. King's New Dis
covery, and I soon noticed improve
ment. I kept this treatment up for 1
few weeks, when he was perfectly well.
He has worked steadily since at car
penter work . Dr. King's New Discov
ery saved his life." Guaranteed best
cough and cold remedy by W. T. Hartz,
druggist, 301 Twentieth street 00
cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cured in one to
three days. Its action on the system
is remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits; 75 cents and $1.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
nue, Rock Island; Gustave Schlegel &
oon, 220 West Second Btreet, Davenport.
All the news ail tho time THE
1607J Second Ave, Rock Island.
wraww. ti: ,
and removal of m-rves done by us,
and U" best and most careful treat
ment sheii i. ail cases, and noth
intr duiiK'-'rous used, like chloroform,
gas. or cocuhie.
We have a patent thin plastic
plate, wita natuial K ima. that Ills
where lilt other plaies would fail.
We ue tn) lie. material, for 'ir
work is puarantrod lo !) first clase
and iual to the highest prieed
dentists. Call before going tlse
wnert CLEANING FREE.
Irmrnt I'illiutu C
oilier KIIIIuk" SOc
fiold I'lsitina Killings KOe
Uold l-'illioem. up from (I l.lMt
Uoltl I ronns, $5 and 4.WW
I hin i;lalic ri(-n S10.CMI
Rrd Ilubbrr I'lalr, f tf donn to. 9 5.00
Oflirr, lUOT'.i Srrond Avcaue, aver
k'pridcl' Druj; Store.
You can't tell a woman's age aft ;r
she takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Her complexion is fine. She U
round, plump and handsome; in fact,
she is young again. 33 cents, tea or
tablets. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.