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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL. 11, 1907.
WE ARE READY
To make to measure your new
spring suit. Faultless in lit, style
Knox, Stetson and Hawcs Hats.
IIAIITKIl 1IOL.SU III.OCK.
ALL MEMBERS GO
Manager Tighe Will Have
Islanders on Coming 10
LEAVE EARLY IN MORNING
Confident of Making a Creditable
Showing Burlington Loses
Again to Knox.
si. ding of players in and out of school.
riie hoys have practiced together oniy
a lew times. Mil are ready to meet any
hi ;h school or college team in this lo
cality. The first game of the season
ft,r the team will be played with St.
Ambrose college at Ihivenport next Sat
in day afternoon. The game will be
cUIed at o'clock. The lineup of the
Io -al learn for the game is as follows:
C." Young and Hrccn, p; Stailer, c;
Tiimble (captain), lb; .1. Lamp, 2b;
Slander, ss; Goldberg (manager), uh;
P. Lamp, If; Kobb. cf; Kclley, if.
(hums will be arranged in the near
future with Davenport, Moline, CJene-
sco, Clinton, Augustana, and other
AND WE ARE MAKING
CLOTHES FOR THE MEN
WHO ARE PARTICULAR
WHAT THEIR CLOTHES SAY
ABOUT THEM. THE LATE
SPRING AND SUMMER PAT
TERNS ARE NOW BEING
SHOWN, AND WE ADVISE AN
EARLY SELECTION. MAY WE
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Ave.
Boston Made Chocolates and Bon
Bons always make a most accept
able gift. They are made ex
pressly for the fine trade, and
can be had at MATH'S FANCY
BAKERY AND CONFECTION
ERY. Try a box. They are put up
in very pretty packages. And
the contents mean quality.
1710 Second Avenue
COLON A SAND
awed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimming a Specialty.
Tor cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
itone doca not wash or color
the wall with alkali, etc. Plana
ent ua for estimate 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
stop and let Tlsitors off and on.
Bridge, Stoae, Cora Crib Block
and Foudatloa Steaa, am 7 bIm
Bamples of atone and photoa
of buildings can be seen at
Room 12, Mltckell Lrade
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colona, III.
Manager Tighet had his entire ng
gregatiem at the ball park today put
ling them through a red hot practice
this being the last one before leaving
on the ten day trip to liurlington and
Iowa City. Tighe said this morning
that he thought he would take the
entire aggregation with him on the
trip as there are only fifteen of them
on hand. The squad will leave tomor
iow morning at (j:55 over the Burling
ton tor .Monmouth where tney will
play their lirst game with Hurlingtoi.
in the afternoon. Hurling;. m has been
making a good showing so far this
seasoiK Manager Tighe says that it
will be a hard proposition with such
liitle practice, but that lie thinks
he can give them a hard run for vic
tory. The pitching staff 10 go on the
trip will consist of five, members wi'h
two catchers, one player for each of
tlie other positions and one utiliiy
S:itt-tl I p lr I m.
P.iii liugtou has evidently hem saving
up for Hock Island in the two games
played at Calesburg Willi Knox col
lege. The result was the same way
yesterday as Tuesday the collegians
won (i to 2.- HoK3 the lowans do not
take their revenge on Rock Island all
Ltloomington went down to ignomin
ious defeat before the Milwaukee team
yesterday, S to U. the contest being
played on the Klooiner grounds. Prac
tically all the home pitchers were work
ed, and it may be thai too nianv cooks
spoiled the broth. But they were
against Schnieberg. once a Springfield
twirlcr. and made but three hits.
Minneapolis took Springfield into
camp yesterday by a score of 7 to 3.
The Distillers have released the fol
lowing men: Flanagan and McCor
niiek, pitchers, to Mattoon; Nash and
Pulton, inlielders. to the Quiiicy team
of the Iowa league: Littk-jolm, inlield
cr, and Similiters, pitcher.
(lill Kdwards, considered one of the
best pitchers with Decatur last year,
has been signed by Manager Mc Par-
land for the Clinton team, at least that
is what the Decatur papers say. Mae
himself says he knows nothing about it.
Dr. Harry dossier, utility man wit'.i
tlie Chicago Cubs, was released yester
day and will play with Columbus.
Ohio, where he will probably hoi 1
down first. This leaves the outlook
for Sweeney's being held as utility
man much improved.
The St. Louis Cardinals who
with the Chicago Nationals toilav
yesterday from the tjuincy,
AMATEUR TEAMS TO
PLAY FIRST GAMES
All Stars and Cross Country Boys Meet
at the Island City Park Next
STRUGGLE IS ON
Pennant Chasers Begin the
Race for the Rag in Both
ip, it. was a close and exciting
contest between Holm of Davenport
and Powelson. The skaters finished h:
the following order: Powelson, lirs: ;
Holm, of Davenport, second: Collins.
of Hock Island, third; and Miller, o!
Itock island, fourth. The next ra-.-e
will be held Friday evening as the rink
is closed this evening.
WITH CHILLING WEATHER
Contest at Eoston Postponed on Ac
count of Extreme Cold
I no Inst baseball game 01 the see
sen in this city will be played at the
ball park next Sunday afternoon iu
twecn the newly organized Cross Coun
tiy team and Willhite's "All Stars,"
uam picked 1:0111 last season s nli.cK
Hawks and IndcpendeiHs. The game
will be called at o'clock. The Cro
Country is one of the best equipp-.-d
independent teams in the three cities.
They have just received their new
blue uniforms. Tlie letters It. I. B. in
while, are neatly inscribed on the caps,
which am of the Boston style and the
shirts are lettered in script, "Cro-s
Country." A schedule has been .11
ranged for tlie team. The sepiad will
work out tomorrow and Saturday
the park if the weather is favorable.
lli:ill-: 'I' 1 1 1 : I'l.VV TOIIAV.
St. Louis at Chicago.
IMttsburg at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at New York.
Brooklyn at Boston.
AMERICAN LKAGl li.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Cleveland at Detroit.
New York at Washington.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Chicago, April 11. The baseba!
season in both the National ami Amen
can leagues opened this afternoon
under weather conditions far remove
from the ideal variety. In nearly e-
civ eitv there was a game scheduled
and a temperature of a frigid cln
acler prevailed; the contest at Bos
ton has been postponed because of ex
tie me cold.
II11I the fmn'tln r Thrrr.
Notwithstanding this unpropitiou:
'oiidilion large crowds of enthusiast
-,ad assembled at each park by th
time play ball was snouted by tli
Exptrt Testimony Land.
come with nn; to a sininp', strance
Where Mnrk niasipieraili s as white;
Where ll.e lUai-cs: faets that we under
stand Are gloomy and l'iis as night!
Oh, faro with me 'iinath lesine trees
In the forest of tiTh-:ii-or.l-l-!ties!
C'ome: let lis s"iil o'er the Rildwrish seas.
Where the lie Mrds ar plumaged red:
Where nothing's the truth, so each agrees.
And every one's touched In the head.
Oh. come where the dippy fishes s;ort
And the wheel brained cuttlefish chuckle
Let your rsro flit to th dreary plain
Where the straight jacket fits al! backs,
V nere the technical terms descend like
And the doctors converse In quacks.
1 r cmio v. here the brain storm sweeps
While tho expert witness smokes opium
TIE FOR HIGH SCORE
and Rcimers Roll Even
mus Club Match.
The weekly howling contest of the
Oumis club was held at the Hotel
Harms aheys last evening. I lie scores
ibis week are higher than usual. Thorns
and Keimers tied for high score with
lit;! pins. The scores rolled by the
teams were as follows:
Becker 1:'. I
L. Moeller .
Newman . .
Schoede . . .
t;5j 5;s o.-i
1.-.1 !m; 1
1.-.:: 12!- 1
120' 111 1
i;;; 11:; 1
..;ti; 5i:i is-i
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But now you find it necessary to stand that man off again.
Your intentions were good enough, but you simply had too
many places to put your money, and now ycu are in the
same old tight place.
Why not get a temporary loan from us today? Clean
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Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p.
west 514; new telephone 6011.
m., and Saturday evenings. Telephone
EAST VS THE WEST
Prides of Two Divisions of Pu
gilistic World Meet at Dav
America Not to Be Outdone.
After witnessing the successful te
of the powerful Hritish warship. Urea l
naught, the I'nited States, naval aieni
teds are now planning the const ru
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medicine, as well, we have a remedy
that far surpasses anything ever eo'u-
pounded for ailments of the s'.om u h
liver, bowels or kidneys, and that V
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters. Tin te-i
of its merit exte nds over a period of
years, and as it has been proven sale
and reliable it ought to appeal very
favorably to every person suffering
from poor appetite, sour risings, hoar:
burn, bloating, dyspepsia, indigestion
costiveness, biliousness, colds, grip, fo
male ills, or malaria, fever and ague
AVe urge a trial at once, but be sure
insist on getting Ilotetter's. It is guar
anteed under the pine drugs act.
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Latter Has Never Been Knocked Out
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LET US FIG
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ILLINOIS MEDICS TO
MEET AT ROCKFORD
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
ORGANIZE A TEAM
Will Play Baseball This Spring Inde
pendent of the Athletic Association
Meet St. Ambrose College.
A number of the baseball enthusiasts
of the high school have organized a
baseball team, entirely independent of
the high school athletic regulations.
The team will be known as the Hocli
Island High School Independents, con-
Doing Business Again,
"When my friends thought I was
about to take leave of this world, on
account ot indigestion, nervousness
and general debility," writes A. A
Chisholiu. Treadwell. X. Y., "and when
it looked as if there was no hope left
I was persuaded to try Electric Hit
ters, and I rejoice to say that they arc
curing me. 1 am now doing business
again as of old. and am still gaining
daily." Hest of all tonic medicines,
(iitaianteed by W. T. Ilartz, druggist,
201 Twentieth street; 50 cents.
I'.-ilher -f-'o. Fritz, I've concluded to
retire from active life and turn tho
iir,:nes?: over to you. Fritz Say. dad.
-a n't you wort; a few years longer, and
then we can retire together? Berlin
The Hrnzos river. In Texns. vns cnTl
od by the Spaniards Rii Brazos 1e
Iiios. "river of the arm of God."
Kodol for dyspepsia clears the stom
ach and makes the breath as sweet as
a rose. Kodol is sold by druggists on
a guarantee relief plan. It conforms
strictly to the national pure food and
drugs law. Sold by all druggists.
Used in Millions of Homes.
50 Years the Standard. A
Pure, Cream of Tartar Pow
der. Makes finest cake
and pastry, light, flaky bis
cuit, delicious griddle cakes,
palatable and wholesome.
Note. Avoid baking powders made from
alum. They look like pure powders, and may
raise the cake, but no one can eat food
mixed with alum without risk to. health.
When I'acky MtTarland of Chicago
and Abe ( Kid I Goodman of Host 011 step
into the ring at Davenport next Tues
day night, under ihe management of
the Tri-City Athletic club, the; tistic
fans of this vicinity will witness what
is expected to be one of ihe greatest
lightweight contests ever seji in the
roped arena in the middle west.
It will be the east versus tlie wes'.
Kid Goodman has for a number of
years been recognized as one of the
ircinicT lighters of the east. He has
won many notable victories, and prob-
ibly has the best record of any boy
who has fought a similar number of
engagements. U;u ot 111 tights lie has
lost but l:; decisions. During his en
tire ring career up to the present time.
he has never been knocked out, though
he has met all the top-not ehers in his
class. Here is his record in detail:
Number of tights 111
Xuniber of victories j."
Number of draws -II
Won on decisions -!
Wem on knockouts
Times knocked out
No decision tights 2
Goodman has never been knocked out
md I'acky has never yet met an op
ponent whom he has failed to knock
out. so that during their forthcoming
engagement the record of one or the
other in this respect will receive a jolt.
t (loilinan is a strong fignter. Me is
scientific, game and aggressive
he; does not know about the
game is hardly worth learning.
I'.K-kv linn the I'uiit-h.
li'il in Tacky McKarland he will meet
the pride of the west. I'acky has dur
ing ihe past year rapidly forged his
way to the front, until today he is rec
ognued by many as a coming cham
pion. lie is a veritable whiilwind and
possesses a sleep-producing punch equal
to any blow ever delivered by Gans 01
Nelson. Even Kid Herman is side
stepping 1'acky's challenge for an en
counter, although I'acky's manager has
posted $1.imm to bind such a match, and
offered to let tlie above amount stand
as a side bet. The McKai land-Good
man bout will be l.Vrounds to a decis
ion under straight Marquis of Queens
The semi-windup will be a clashing
go between "Hizz" Mackey of Findley.
Ohio, and Julius Stein of Chicago.
They will fight lu rounds.
There will also be a number of other
good bouts. Malachy Hogan will ref
eree. Ilurnn Will Try Out qiilrN.
San Francisco, Cal., April 11. Tom
my Hums has agreed to fight on Dec
oration day with Bill Squires, the Aus
tralian, who is due to arrive here on
UbiMlIrr Drft-alH Mnrk.
Baltimore. Md., April 11. Young
Mack was defeated by Billy Whistler
in the 10th round last night.
Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
home weeks ago during t.ie severe
winter weather both my wife and my
self contracted severe colds viii-h
speedily developed into the worst kind
of la grippe with all its miserable
symptoms," says .1. S. Eglestun of Ma
ple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and joints
aching, muscles sore, head stopped up.
eyes and nose running, with alternate
spells of chills and fever. We begin
using t iiainiieriain s e ougu itemed;.-,
aiding the same with a double dose
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets, and by its liberal use so i:i
completely knocked out tlie grip. Sotd
by all leading druggists.
Outline of Program for
ering May Be
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist. Rich
mond, Va., says: "I had a fearful at
tack of sciatic rheumatism; was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough tt get Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. This cured me after doctors'
prescriptions had failed to have any
effect. I have also heard of line results
from olhers who have used it." Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue,
Rock Island; Gust Schlegcl &, Sou,
West Second street. Davenport.
p!i vsicians are inl.uesU
the coining convention of the IHinoi?
Medical association, which this year
meets in Koektord May 21-::. T'ie
sessieu will begin at ? o'clock May
21 at the church cf the Christian l'n
ioii. That evening an e'liierlaininent
will be given in t lie: same place, th"
wives accompanying the physicians be
ing also welcome.
The big social feature if the :ueet
ing will be the banquet at the Nelson,
when Drs. .lohn H. liollisler of Chi
cago, and W. O. Ensign, of Rutland,
the oldest practicing physicians of tiio
state, will be te guests of honor,
aud each will speak. The :oasima:-i or
on this oecas:on will be Dr. George W.
Webster, of Chicago.
Entertainment features for the
wives of doctors will be provided, in
cluding a ride up the river aud an
uutu rides about the city.
"Pneumonia's Deadly Work
Has so seriously affe-cted my right
lung," writes Mrs. Fannie Connor of
rural route J, Georgetown, Tenn., "that
I coughed continuously night and day
and the neighbors' prediction con
sumption seemed inevitable, until my
husband brought home a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery, which in my
case proved to be the only real cough
cure and restorer of weak, sore lungs."
When all other remedies utterly fail,
you may still win in the battle against
lung and throat troubles with New
Discovery, the real remedy. Guaran
teed by Y. T. Hartz, druggist, 301
Twentieth street; SI cects and $1.
Trial bottle free.
Columbus had just lauded. Meeting
i great Indian etiu i w iai a package un-
iler his arm. he asked him what it was.
'Great Medicine. Hidlister's Rocky
Mountain Ten," said the Indian. :!."
cents. Tea or tablets. T. II. Thomas'
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D1VENP0RTEB WINS AGAIN
Powelson Easily Leads in Second Roll
er Skating Race of Series.
Powelson, the Davenport roller
.seating racer, last evening defeated
his nearest opponent by a lap in the
econd of the series of 1 Map roller
skating races being held at the rink
Lhis week. Until the end of the eighth
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