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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY., APRIL 20, 1907.
IN THE NEWEST FABRICS- -smartly
tailored and proofed by
the famous Priestley "Craven
ette" process at $12.50 to $25.
Knox; Stetson and Hawes Hats.
!$3, $3.50, $5.
II A R PKIl HOUSE BLOCK.
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THAT WILL SATISFY YOU IN
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Boston Made Chocolates and Bon
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pressly for the fine trade, and
can be had at MATH'S FANCY
BAKERY AND CONFECTION
Try a box. They are put up
in very pretty packages. And
the contents mean quality.
1716 Second Avenue
COLON A SAND
awrf Building Stone, Ashlar
and .Trimmings a Specialty.
for cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by, none. Thli
tone does not wash or color
the wall with alkali, etc. Plana
sent us 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 visitors off and on.
Drlda'f Stoae, Cora Crlh Blocks
mm Foaatatlaa Stoaa, mmy wimm
Samples of stone and photoa
of buildings can be seen at
Room, 12, Mltckell ft Lyais
ARTHUR BURRALL, Managtr
Rock Island or Colons, III
Seventeen to' Zero Was What
the Islanders Did to the
SHELLING FOR MR. COBB
But That Gentleman Retaliated by Lay
ing Out Five Visitors With Bat
Iowa City. Iowa. April 20 (Argus
Special.) Jack Tigho's Islanders who
ave been sojourning here for the past
eek trimmed the I'niversity of Iowa
ggregation yesterday aneinoou
lameftslly, and before the comedy .
, , t.
.ut n fniinad of nencils chalking ,
the scores made by the visitors, and
the triors made by the collegians. U
is a shame to mention the score, bn.
iie column shows 17 tallies for the I--
inders. while Iowa wears a row of
Hut to win a game by a sr'ore of 17
o is not all that the Islanders are
fortunate for. One Adolpii Kudolpu.
U-. Cobb, who was on tiie rubber for
e collegians umil the captain of the
owa team began to fear that a charge
f nggtuvattd assault, would be lodged
linst. the collegians, commenced
rusade against fighe s warriors '-''
mowing them down one at a time, not
ith strikes or mystifying benders, but
it'll Spalding's spheres. which
lodged in the skulls ot live ol uie vi
ors. is pant on. wanner, vaiiumc ami
Dowers were laid cold on the damp
round by stopping the ball with th.
olid part of tin ir craniums. the hit! .:
ing niaile diz.y .twice: so that Hoc'i
sland is fortunate to see the muuii
itne home again alive.
I'n.st on KrrorM.
That is no! all. The only way 'n
l.ich Iowa was fast in the field was
n the piling tip of errors, and the total
this column gave that in the "run''
oliuiiii of Hock Island a close chase.
ow a succeeded in making it errors.
is conceded that Iowa could have
made more if time permitted.
For six innings did the kernels from
ihe Cobb tly somewhere in the ill reg
ion of the batsmen of Hook Islan I.
ind onlv in one of tlitse sessions di.1
he visitors fail or possibly forget lis
lute up a 'lumen u scores., urn o;in
finallv being shelled. McDowell, who
a newcomer on Iowa field in Iowa
uniform, mounted the slab to come to
he rescue of the victims of the N-
timers' clubs, but before the seventh.
and tijs.only s(ssi"U,. tc-nr.inated. Hock
sland had straightened out his bend-
rs or banged the straight ones three
lines, causing lour men to pauer
icross the platter. Coach Storey of
Iowa craved to make- a Ions? sto.-y
hurt, and invited' Mr. Mclowell c.
warm the, bench the temainder of the
me, , and in the eighth called upon
Deilev. another lad. who proved mysri-
ying to the visiiors for the remaining
two. innings. l.nder his . administr.i
ion .lack's men only got two sneaking
'Now you fellows got out and play
laseball today and win." big Jack b A-
lered out to his men as they arose to
go on the field. And thev did. Nine
innings of errorless ball did they play.
md every man hit the ball at least
once. Murphy. Swalm and Kng swat
ng it safely twice, Kng making one
threebase hit and one twosacker. The
feature of the day's good playing un
derstand the real feature was Iowa's
errors was Herger s aerial one hand
ed catch of a liner that looked like a
-afety over the second cushion in th-i
When the congregation that assem
bled in the pews behind the screen on
the baseball field was informed thai
church was out. everyone filed down
to learn what the score actually was
and how many, errors Iowa had made
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Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to
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Housekeepers should stop and think. If such
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Is it economy to spoil your digestion?
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after each one quit counting, and the
storekeeper was busy informing his
visitors some of the facts shown in th-i
box score below:
Rock Island AB. R. II. P. A. E
Wanner, 2b . . . 3 4
Murphy, If 5 1
Swalm, rf .. C 3
Vandine, 3b 4 2
Spanton, lb a 0
Derger, ss C 1
Dowers, cf 2 2
Eng. c 5 2 2
Neal. p 3 2 1
Wilson, p 2 0 1
W. Kelley. 2b
Wilson. 3b ...
..41 17 12 27
AB.R. H. P.
LOt)U - 1'
Diley, p .
Totals 30 0 0 27 15 II
Score by innings:
Hock Island ...1 5 0 4 2 1 4 0 017
Iowa ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hits by innings:
Hock Island ft 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 112
Iowa 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 ft 1 f
Summary Three base hit Eng.
Two base hits Miller (2). Kng, Van
dine. Murphy. Swalm. Double plays
Miller to W. Kelley to E. Kel
ley. Hases on balls Off Cobb
3: off Diley. 1; off Neal. 1. Struck oui
P.y Neal, 1: by Wilson, 4; by Cobb
1 ; by Diley, 2. Passed ball:; Kirk. .:
Time of game 1:45. Cmpire Mc
Dowell. Attendance 200.
GUN PLAY AND RIOT
' IN RING AT PEORIA
Hugh Gatens Hits Referee on Head
With Bottle After Decision is
Peoria. April 20 At the end or the
10-ronnd bout between .Tack Heed and
Dick Fitzpatrick. both of Chicago, here
last night. Hush Gatens, manager fv
Heed, assaulted Referee Kinney with
a bottle and a general fight ensued
which for a time threatened to result
in a panic. Kinney had given the dd'i
sion to Fitzpatrick anil it was well re
ceived by the crowd, but Gatens claim
ed that his man was entitled to the d;
cision and remonstrated with Kinney
Kinney refused to reverse the deci
sion anil Gatens hit him on the head
with a little.
The two mixed and friends of Kin
ney joined the fight. There was soni"
gHn play before officers were able to
stop the riot. Kinney is not severely
CROSS COUNTRYS PLAY AGAIN
Get Game With New Independents at
West End Park Tomorrow.
The Cross ' Count rys and the new
Independents will play at the West
End ground tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock, no admission being charged.
Weisler will umpire. The teams wil!
line up as follows:
Cross Count rys Mitchell, c; Gro
gan, p; Selene, lb; Anderson, 2b: Eng
nian. ss: Thompson, 3b; Lyon, rf; Mil
ler, cf; Burns. If.
New Independents B. Stader. c
Nekcif. p; Cooley, lb; Thiesen, 2b; V.
Larson. 3b; S. Stader, ss; Dunsmore.
If; .1. Larson- cf; E. Larson, rf: A.
Centrals Go to Muscatine.
The Rock Island Centrals will go to
Muscatine tomorrow to play the Ram
blers of that city.
No other remedy on earth is so good
for children as Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea; makes them eat. sleep and
grow. Bright eyes, rosy cheeks. 35
cents, tea or tablets. T. II. Thomas'
Alum is used in some baking pow
ders and in most of the so-called
phosphate powders, because it is
cheap, and makes a cheaper pow
der. But alum is a corrosive which,
taken in food, acts injuriously upon
the stomach, liver and kidneys.
First Game of Season With Outside
Team Scheduled for Island
After the game at Iowa City this after
aoon the Islanders will return to this city
ind tomorrow afternoon they will meet
heir fir.U antagonists of the season
on the home grounds, the Davenport
Independents. The game will begin at
3 o'clock. Walt Davis has assembled
a fast bunch of amateurs with several
who have had professional experience
and the Islanders may have to extend
themselves a bit to win.
Following is the lineup of the Dav
enporters: A. Kerrigan, cf; Davis,
3b; J. Kerrigan, ss; Dudley, rf; Potts,
lb; Naven. 2b; Lewis, If; Giese, :;
Cawley, Reese, Dittnier and Udders,
RECORD OF THE
W. L. Pet.
New York . .
St. Louis . .
Hrooklyn . . .
New York :!
St. Louis 1
:: .4 in
0 1.0 M
Sioux City 2 ;
Des Moines o
Pueblo .;. 0
2 , .010
Pittsburg-Chicago. snow(, .. . ,. .
Boston, 1; New York. (Afternoon
ante, wet grounds,) .....
Brooklyn-Philadelphia, wet grounds
St. Louis, 4; Cincinnati, 1.
Chicago, 1; St. Louis, ft.
New York-Boston, snow.
Cleveland. 4; Detroit, 1.
Louisville, 4; Kansas City, 4 (10 in
Indianapolis. 2; Minneapolis, 1.
Columbus, 5; Milwaukee, S.
Toledo, ft; St. Paul. 2.
Des Moines. 2; Denver, C.
Sioux City, 3; Omaha, 1.
Lincoln, 2; Pueblo, 1.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Monmouth took a beating from the
Burlington Iowa leaguers yesterday
15 to 4.
Dubuque yesterday defeated th
Keokuk Iowa leaguers on the latter'.-?
diamond, 3 to 2. ,
Clinton will have a chance to see
their team in action today and tomor
row, the Chicago Edgars being the vis
king aggregation. Manager McFariand
has signed a new one in the person of
Charley Mills, an aspirant for second
base, who hails from Benton, 111.
Bobby Cox of this city, who has had
professional experience as umpire, has
been appointed to that position with
Walt Davis' Davenport Independents.
Pitcher Charles Jaeger may not play
with Peoria, after all. He says he
will not report until he has been re
lieved from responsibility for that $30
fine that was assessed against him for
playing with the Logan Squares last
Catcher Wolfe, formerly in the West
ern league, and known - about - the
Three-Eye circuit, has reported for i
trial at Peoria. With Simon, Thierj
and Wolfe, Donnelly ought, to ..get
McConnell is said to have a find
with his Terre Haute bunch in the
person of young Goodman, a lad of 17
who plays short like a veteran and
lams the ball hard and frequently.
Decatur has let Outfielder AdolpH go
Peoria Star: Another thing against
these exhibition game bookings is that
they make the arrival of spring seem
so much behind time.-
Cedar Rapids shut out Waterloo yes
terday 6 to 0.
Edward Jokisch of St. Louis, the
FRED MACE i
Strike 2! Ball 1 !
You are Out!
Tomorrow, Matinee and Night
Phone West 224
catcher who was released by the Rock
Island team a few weeks ago, left last
evening for Ottumwa, Iowa, where he
is to join Marshalltown in the Iowa
Ed Kinsella is pitching winning bail
for the Portland team.
Manager Hill of the Rabbits has v-
leased two young pitchers, Luther
Boyd and George I'enn.-
Peoria players are coming across
with that $10 necessary to their rein
statement as a result of playing with
in outlaw team last fall.
.1. A. Brown, an all around player.
who was wiih Indianapolis last. year.
lias been secured by the Bloomers from
Manager MeConnel! of Torre Haute.
President Ed Holland tells the Deca
tur papers that the ollicial schedule ol
the Three-Eye will be issued next Mou-
ay. It is probable that few changes
will be made on l his revision in 'h
north end of tho circuit, but there will
be a number affecting the southern
ovns. Decatur and Springfield having
objected to some of the dates. In ih"
first draft Decatur closes at Blooni
ington and Springfield at Peoria, in
the revision decided upon Blooming-
ton will close at Springfield and Peori.t
at Decatur. This also necessitates a
shift in the Labor day games. Decatur
will be in Bloomingtoii on Labor d-iy
and Springfield at Peoria on that holi
day instead of Springfield at. Blooming-
ton and Decatur at Peoria. It will als i
he tiecesary to play Decatur at Bloom
ingtoii on SUnday, Sept. 1. and Spring
field at Peoria on Sept.1! to make-up
for the final SUnday taken away fro-u
Bloomingtoii and Peoria.
Two former Three Eye pitche; s
shone yesterday in fast company. lUn
ny Jacobsen for St.- Louis letting th-'
world's champion Whit1 Sox-down with
three hits, making as s:xd a- showing'
aft big I'M Wah-'h. Neither sido erred
and Manager' .lonvs tf t!tf,JS ox iitflf.ii1
the only run of the game on a dfmbli''
steol. Glenn Liebhardt for Cleveland
held Detroit to seven hits and won his
ame, 4 to 1. ' '
"Pneumonia's Deadly Work
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writes Mrs. Fannie Connor of
ural route 1, Georgetown. Tenn., "that
I coughed continuously night and day
and the neighbors' prediction con
sumption seemed inevitable, until ray
husband brought home a bottle of Dr.
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cure and restorer of weak, sore lungs."
When all other remedies utterly fail,
you may still win in the battle against
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Discovery, the real remedy. Guaran
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Twentieth street; W certs and $1
Trial bottle free.
Kodol is a thorough stomach relief.
It digests what you eat and gives the
stomach rest and assists in restoring
it to its normal activity and usefulness.
Kodol is soid on a guarantee relief
plan by all druggists.
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The Process of Filtering
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The oruirrary man covers little
over tive feet of ground
making two teps. ' The
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teen feet with
tion of his
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419 Seventeenth 8treei