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Tllte AllGUV SATURDAY, AFIUL 27.1007.
THERE'S A MATERIAL SAV
ING FOR EVERY MAN IN
ROCK ISLAND WHO COMES
TO LLOYD'S FOR HIS SUP
PLY OF SPRING SHIRTS. WE
SHOW AN IMMENSE LINE AT
CHANCE FOR STUNT
Rock Island Has Two Mayors to
WorkatOpening of Base--
RABBITS HERE WEDNESDAY
OTHERS AT $1.50 TO $3.50.
UAItPKIl IIOU5K BLOCK.
Other Usual Features Will Be Given
for Inauguration of the Game
fer to . catch it. This would show
whether there is any truth in the re
port that Mr. Schaffer is fully ou tj
Mr. McCaskrin's pitching.
Nt Much for Mny.
Rock Islanders should not miss the
opening, for there will be very little
excitement at the local park during the
month of May .under the schedule. - Af-
er the two games of the first series
here will be two more with Cedar Rap-
ls May 11 and 12, and then a big row
of open dates till the end of the month.
Rock Lsland is engaged with the Dav-
nport Independents across the river
this afternoon and will play there again
FOR WE WERE NEVER BET
TER PREPARED THAN NOW
TO BUILD CLOTHES FOR YOU
THAT WILL SATISFY YOU IN
EVERY PARTICULAR. OUR
STOCK OF WOOLENS WAS
NEVER LARGER NOR BET
TER SELECTED, AND WE
ARE CERTAIN THAT WE CAN
SHOW YOU JUST THE PAT?.
TERNS YOU WANT.
F. E. DORN.
1128 Second Ave.
Next Wednesday the Three-Eye
league season opens and Rock Island
will see the first real baseball of the
year. .Never iietore in me History oi
tlie league has there failed to be a
tiuiiiluT of ante-season exhibition games
with other Three-Eye league teams
paiticularly Davenport, and the fans
have always had a chance to uncork
some of their enthusiasm in advance
of I lie opening.
1 tut this year, owing to the policy
prevailing at Clinton, Hock Island has
been denied an opportunity to relieve
ihe pressure. The result is that the
danger point has about been reached,
and there ought to be something doing
on the opening day.
Ihe ceremonies tor that occasion
nave not been clearly mapped out as
yet, but of course tiiere will be a band
and a parade in which the Islander
anil the Rabbits, their first antagonists
in the pennant struggle, will naitici
Two Mav.irx li(ilu OllU-iulc.
Of course, aiso, the mayor will toss
the first ball.
And here is an opportunity for some
thing unique. Rock Island is so for
timaie as to have two mayors. Mayor
McCaskrin is still in office
while Mayor-elect Schaffer has already
been sworn in and his bond has been
accepted. The .latter point is impor
tant. Both executive being provide'
with ample security, they may be held
for any damage done. There are
number of team features that might be
put on. but the suggestion is offered
that the most simple and appropriate
one would be for Mayor McCaskrin to
toss the first ball and for Mayor Schaf
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
I Falls Down!
$ Lumber Co,
LEAD IN PRICES
COLON A SAND
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimmings a Specialty.
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
ton does not mash or color
" the wail with alkali, etc. Plana
ent us for estimate will re
ceive careful attention and be.,
retained at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island On the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
top and let visitors off and on.
Bridge, Stoae, Cora Crib Blacks
mm Faaaatla Sta, amy wlmm
Samples of stone and photos
of buildings- can be seen at
Room 12, Mltckell ft Lyase
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colona, III.
RECORD OF THE
St. Louis .o
Brooklyn 1 S
W. L. Pet
Philadelphia 8 :1
New York 7
Chicago 7 4
Detroit 7 4
Cleveland 5 4
Washington '' 7
Boston 3 S
St. Louis 2 1)
Columbus (i 2
Louisville 4 2
Kansas City U 2
Indiauapolis 4 3
i'olfciio 5 4
Milwaukee 4 5
St Paul u i; .:;..
Minii'.ajiolis 1 G .11
RANK GOTCH AGAIN
THROWS FRED BEELL
Champion Secures Two Falls Out of
Three Before Big Crowd at
- Chicago Coliseum.
Chicago, April 27. Frank Gotc'i la ;t
night won the.-championship wrestling
match from Fred Beell of Wiscon .sin in
the presence of a big crowd at the
Coliseum. He secured the lirst an J
third falls. Champion Gotch wo.i th
first fall after thirty-six minutes of
hard wrestling with a too hold. Beell
won the second fall in three niiauto.;
with a grapevine and barlock. Gotc'i
won the third and last fall in f'.fieen
minutes with a toe hold. In the pre-
iiuinary bouts Jim Barry won from
Bull Olson in straight falls, getting tli
first in ten minutes and the second in
two. William Hokuff defeated Emil
Klank by winning the first fall in four
teen minutes and the third in six,
Klank taking the second in iii'teeii initiates.
In liuylnK a home, you '
arc naturally critical.
are k'vIuk you I bin
wrrk a Inrgrr lint tlma
ct from which to make
If you tluu't find what
you mint in thin nil. auk
Central for went 7IKS-Y,
We will Rlntlly tell you
about the many other
Mplrnilitl proiH-rtlea which
we have llnted.
Real Estate and Insurance
1801 Second Ave. Old Phone 702 Y.
Open Wednesday & Saturday evenings .
A lot 50x140 on 32d street,
near Elm street cars .. 127.
A lot 50x160, just outside the city
limits, near Long View
W. L. Pet.
Sioux City 0 .;C,7
Dos Moines 0 AU'1
L'ncclu 5 1 .."it!
Omaha. 4 5 .44 1
Denver 4 5 .411
Pueblo 2 7 .222
Evansviile 2 0 l.oiM
Tcrre Haute 1 0 1.0'nl
Wheeling 1, 0 l.ono
Dayton 0 1 '.OHO
Springfield " 0 .orto
qrand Rapids 0 2. .noo
Canton 0 0 .(too
South Bend 0 1 .OH"
MIKE CANTILLON SUSPENDED
O'Brien Sets Manager Down for Three
Days for Umpire Baiting.
Toledo, Ohio, April 27. Mike Can
tillon, the portly manager and part
owner of the Minneapolis team, did not
(meet tne .wmeis irom mo noncii ves-
terday afternoon. Mike has been
naughty, and President O'Brien has
suspended him for three days o:i th
charge of umpire baiting. During tlK
recent series at Louisville Mike twice
was ordered off the ball lotr It is
charged that, during the eleven inning
tie with Louisville on Wednesday
Mike baited Umpires Kerin and i'agin
and tantalized them into calling hiii
down. Cantillou will not he allowed .to
direct- his team from the held until
"Rube" Waddell on Tear.
Boston, Mass., April 27. Yesterday
noon Kube addell came into the
waiting room of the Copley Square ho-
el, where Harry Davis and Manager
Mack were seated, and. throwing his
ress suit case down on the hearth of
he fireplace, blurted out:' "There'.;
lie uniform and the grip. Do what
on please with them." "All right.
Uube,'' remarked "Connie" with that
uiet manner that is characteristic ,f
im. As "Rube" turned on his lie'l
ud departed Capt. Davis smiled knnw-
ngly. "What's up;' 'Connie'?" asked r.
reporter. "I've just suspended 'Uube'
for thirty days." replied theastafc mail
er. "He thinks he can do just a-
he pleases, and I've got tired of paying
ward for a man I never see." i
... Uj . i
A lot 40x115 on 12th avenue, near
Ninth street, easy
terms So 50
FOR GRATE SIZE
April I to May I
TRY THE BEST
YOU RIDE WITH COMFORT
WHEN YOU HAVE A
St. liouis, ',); Chicago, 5.
Brooklyn. 2; Boston. 1.
Philadelphia, 4; New York, o (S in
" ngs, laini.
Pittshurg-Cincinnai i. rain.
Cleveland, 1: Chicago. 2.
Detroit, :i: St. Louis 1.
Boston, -o; Philadelphia. 1.
New York, 4: Washington. .
AM ERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Columbus, 2: Kansas City, !).
Louisville, 5; St. Paul. 1.
Indianapolis. 2; Milwaukee, C.
Toledo. Minneapolis, 1.
Des Moines, S-r Lincoln, C.
Omaha, Denver, s.
Sioux City, S; Pueblo, 17.
Til re Haut", South Bend, 0.
Canton-Springfield, wet grounds.
Evansviile. :i; Grand Rapids. 2.
Wheeling-Dayton, wet grounds.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Cedar Rapids has released Cook
pitcher, Gamble, an inlielder, anj
Greene, a catcher.
fred Bridges, the former Spring
field and Cedar Rapids pitcher, ha
been turned loose by Lincoln. He may
rejoin the Rabbits.
Bloomingtou hnes to get a pitch
named Aeison and a tlurii baseuun
from the Des Moines team.
Red Wright, formerly with Bloor'W
ington, is not pitching winning bail f j
uaKianu. i ne tuner day he wis
pounded for 12 hits in four innings.
Bloomingtou may get Harry Cassad
back agaiu. Cassady was with Kau
sas City but was traded to Denver an
refused to agree to the deal. If his r
lease from Kansas City can be secure
it is likely he will be again seen in th
IN YOUR LAUNCH.
Now is the time to order one.
No cranking; starts with ease.
W. J. WALTON, AGENT.
Rock Island Machine
Shop, 111 19th St.
Rock Island, III.
Workshop For Cripples.
A manufacturing company created
and supported solely, for the employ
nieut of cripples, was recently inoor
porated in Columbus, O., wjth. $10,000
capital, by five Cleveland meu. uend
ed by F. W. Cormier. It will carry ou
work begun by Cormier on a small
scale, says a Cleveland (O dispatch.
Cormier two years ago created a Ktlr
by declaring tlint business men nnd
manufacturers were making criminals
of, cripples by refusing to give them
employment and started a shop for
Kodol for dyspepsia clears the stom
ach and makes the breath as sweet a?
a rose. Kodol is sold by druggists on
a guarantee relief plan. It conform
(strictly to the national pure food and
tX5CXKKXwOXXXXXCX5050COOOO aru3 w- eoia Dy. au druggists.
DUBUQUE PROVES EASY
Freeport Has No Difficulty in Winning
Bloomers and Decatur Victorious.
Freeport, III., April 27. The Dubuque
Three-Eye leaguers, were very easy
propositions for the Freeports yester
day, the score being 7 to 1 in favor of
the locals. Score:,
Freeport ... 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 -"7 S 1
Dubuque IIUOIMMIO ill 1 1 1
Batteries Scott. Darrah and Stark
Prater, Reiser and Parms.
AT BLOOMING TON.
Bioomington bunched hits and won a
nai'd-iougnt Rame in tile nrst inning.
Hloomington .. . .2 o o o ii. i) o o - 2 . ti
Keokuk 1.0 0 U It 0 II 0 0 1 ." 1
Batteries Koester, Humes and Wil
son; i ugate and Williams.
Decatur o (i o o o o 4 liii
Burlington ..: . . .0 0 0 II (I () II o 0 u (i
Batteries Bittrolff. Keyes and
Krebs; Ilensoii Eis and Bniggeman
Jacob Riis Gives 'Revised Version and
Tells What ths President's Motto Is,
Jacob Uiis. speaking to. the lioys of
the Ie Witt Clinton High school in
New York the other day, gave correct
cl versions tin "Roosevelt maxims'
of which he spoke in Philadelphia re
cently, says the New York Sun.
seems that there lire but three of then
and that they are us follows:
First. Be ready. Be prepared for
everything that may occur.
Second. Every loy is entitled to a
the good and honest fun ho can get.
Third. Apply your judgment to
question and. having done so. go ahead
Mr. Riis told the lioys many storie
of the president's life and habits an
said that Mr. Roosevelt's motto was:
"It is letter to be faithful than fa
Pe.-.ch Tree Worth a Fortune.
SI. Cale, who lives north of Yakima
Wash., has a freak in the way of a
peach tree that may4le the means o
bringing 1dm a. fortune, says t lie De
troit News-Tribune: It is understood
he has been offered $l(.00o for hi
place on account of this fruit and ha
already refused $3,000 for one tree
The variety of this peach is not kn wn
but it is a new one entirely, which
came as the result of pDlleniziu.; a
peach with the .flower of an apricot
The fruit ripens and is gone by June 7
Cale got the fruit in a shipment
teach trees, and from one plant he has
budded other trees.
A fine east front lot on corner 27tli
street and 17th avenue, nice
shade, 47x123, S3S5
A half acre just outside the
city limits, level 525
Fine building lots on 30th street,
paving paid for,
A splendid east front lot on 11th
street, nenr Third avenue, moLt
convenient location in
A lot 45x102 in best block on 14
street, east front, sewer,
water and gas SS25
An elegant lot on 22d street, near
10th avenue, cast
A story and a half cottage on 14J.
street, east front,
lot 45x127 SI. 100
Two 5-room cottages on 31st street,
near Elm street ca-s, two years old,
will sell one or both, a 12 per cent
A new 5-room cottage, easy walking
distance from Plow company, small
amount down, balance
on easy terms 1.650
A story and half 7-room house on
37th street, near Elm street cars,
A neat 5-room cottage on lot 55x120,
hot and cold water, good barn, on
11th avenue, near
9th street 1.900
A 2-story 6-room nouse in South
Rock Island, practically new, stack
ed for furnace and wired for lights.
bath connections roughed in, stone
foundation, with half
acre of ground 2.400
A 7-room 2story house on 4th ave
nue, lot 40x172,
An 8 room 2-story house on 11th
street, near 4th avenue,
t 60x150 2 600
A 7-room 2-story house in South
Rock Island, near Milan car line,
lots of fruit and shade, good well,
summer kitchen, chicken house, lot
173x218, will sell for $1,000
down, balance long time. 2,950
A beautiful little 5-room cottage, all
on one floor, modern throughout, lo
cated on 14th street, stone founda
tion, furnace, gas,
A 7-room house on 38th street, near
car line, stone foundation, electric
lights, cement sidewalks, will trade
for Davenport prop-
A pretty 5-room cottage on 16th
street, nice large rooms, near Long
View park, stone foundations, ce
ment sidewalks, gas, sewer, asphalt
dly arranged, the prettiest home
on the street,
for f nnn
An 8-room 2-story house on 43d
street, stone foundation electric
lights, east front, lot
A great snap in a house on 3rd ave
nue, nine splendid rooms, hot water
heat, stone foundations, will sell at
$1,000 sacrifice if taken
within 30 days.
A 7-room 2-story house
street, bath, furnace, lot
A 7-room modern house on 30th
street, near 7th avenue, furnace,
electric lights, lot
6Cxi8o sr nn
A modern home on 14 street, six
rooms besides bath and reception
hall, gas and electric lights, furnace,
big cellar, east
A modern 6-room 2-story house on
14th street, electric lights, gas stove,
A 6-room 2-story modern house on
15th street, facing Long View park,
A 7-room modern house on 22d
street, 4 rooms downstairs, thor
oughly modern, a very at
tractive home 3,600
A beautiful new home on 42d street,
special reason for selling, reception
hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen
pantry downstairs, 4 bedrooms and
bath upstairs, hardwood floors, elec
trie lights, hot water heat, laundry,
cement sidewalks, a
An elegant house on 14th street, si
rooms besides reception hall an
bath, stone foundation, laundry,
dry, electric lights, furnace, splen
A 9-room modern house
street, 65 feet front
An 11-room house on 13th avenue,
near 30th street, lot 100x140, will
rent for $30,
at i nnn
w - vr
A 2-story 7-room house on 23d
street, gas and electric lights, hot
water heat, hardwood floors, cement
ed laundry, lot
50x140 cj nnn
Two houses on one lot, one renting
for $22 per month, othe other at $10,
good location and never
vacant CI rr
A splendid 8-room house on 7th ave
nue, strictly modern, complete in ev
ery detail, good barn,
lot 50x126 5,000
An 8-room house on 4th avenue, lot
80x150, one of the prettiest corners
in town, lot alone worth over $3,000,
in good condi
tion cn nnn
Four cottages in South Rock Island,
each has a lot 45x139, rent for $42
per month, practically new, cot
tages in this location are
never vacant ,. 5,600
An 11-room house on 5th avenue,
near Rock Island depot, lot 66x165,
upstairs rents for $50
per month 6.000
An 11-room modern home on 17th
street, hot water heat, lot
A beautiful 9-room modern home on
20th street, stone foundation, hot
water heat, laundry, lot
A 12-room modern brick house on
20th street, lot
An elegant 9-room house on 20th
street, hardwood finish, laundry, fire
place, hot water heat, cor
ner lot 50x150 SS.000
The Price of Heaith.
"The price of health in a malarious
district is just 2." cents, the cost of a
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills,"
writes Ella Slay ton of Noland, Ark.
New Life Pills cleanse gently and im
part new life and vigor to the system.
cents. Satisfaction guaranteed at
W. T. Hartz's, druggist. 301 Twentieth
A Confirmed Pessimist.
Miss Cheerie Well, auntie, you're
looking much improved today. Are you
feeliug ltetter? Sirs.. Kroniek No. I
ain't no better. Mebbe I'm not so bad
as 1 was, but I .ain't a bit bPtter,
Cleverness is serviceable for every
thlngv suffie.ieut. for 'ifoUiiug, Auiiel.
WOULD $50 PAY YOUR SMALL BILLS?
If it would, wouldn't it be a good plan to obtain that amount, set
tle those small bills, concentrate your indebtedness into one place and
make a small weekly or monthly payment on the entire account? But
you haven't the necessary cash; well, here is where we can help you.
We maintain a private bank, where you can borrow, any amount, on
your household goods, piano, noises, wagons, etc., without your em
ployer or friends knowing aboat it. Everything conducted without,
noise or notoriety: you keep possession of the property and have use
of the money. We have the safest and most liberal plans and the ar
rangements we have for placing this class of loans makes our interest
rates exceedingly low, note tha interest on the amounts below:
$20 for lue a month. $10 for 20c a month.
$:J0 for 15e a nxMith. $50 for 25c a month.
$ 75 for 40c a month.
$100 for 50c a mouth.
Other amounts in the same proportion. - ;
If you are now carrying a loan with some other company we will
pay it up for you and loan you money at a lower rate, on easier
terms and save you money. '
If you cannot call, 11 1 1 in, this blank and mail to us and our con
fidential agent will call on you We desire to make a loan of $
provided your terms are satisfactory.
SPORTING GOODS STORE
1619 Second Avenue, Rock Tsland.
When to call
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
Peoples Nitlonal Bank Bldg. Telephone, Old West 122.
Room 411, Rock Island III. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, to 9 p. m.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
4 Per Cent Interest Pal sn Oft-
Incorporated Under ths tuts Law.
Money, Loaned om Personal Collateral or Real stats
Pall Mitchell, PresldemL
H. P.riiall. Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier. .
Regan the business July 2, 1870,
and occupies 8. E. corner of Mltca
ell Lynde building.
R. H. Cable,
William H. Dart,
H. P. Hull.
K. W. Hunt,
kl a. rw
Solicitors Jackson ft Bant..