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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1907.
Lot No. 1. Broken lots (if
high grade shirts consisting of
limnc madras, e-lu.-voits an 1
penang materials, formerly
worth I.imi, $1.75 and $1.3').
Lot No. 2. Broken lots of
Rood fitting shirts mi percale an 1
madras, formerly worth $1.2.j
Sizes 1 I to IS.
Sec Display in Show Case.
Harper House Block.
Is the exquisite- finish and beau
ty of the garments that, leave this
estahlishnient. Made upon cor
net lines, according to the la
test dictates of fashion anil in
fabrie-epiality the peer of any
made-lo-mcasure garments, our
prices provide the opportunity to
il'e-ss well at lowest possible
F. E. DORN.
1128 Second Ave.
INSIST ON BUYING NOTH-
ING BUT MATH'S PURE AND
; DELICIOUS ICE CREAM AND
! SODA WATER.
PURE FRUIT JUICES.
PURE ICE CREAM.
NOT THE PRICE, BUT THE
Meals, 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
Open dates for dance hall.
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
1716 Second Avenue Q
g Both Phonta. g
STARK IS CUT OFF
Dubuaue Manager First
Three-Eye to Feel
TEAM IS TO BE SHAKEN UP
President Mathes Goes to the Front
Fully Decked out in War Paint
The first change in the management
if ;i Three Eye league club this season
is announced. President Mai'aesofthe
Dubuque club left home for the front
last night to depose Tom Stark and in
stall George 11. Genius of St. Louis
at the head of t lie miners. L'nder
lu pusiil M.oiayi-r nf luihiniiie Team.
Stark's managi-mi a; the team has won
inn a single same ami the Dubuque
fans are beside tin inse-hvs. Geliitii
was e xpected m report onlay. 11 he
does not. President Mathes states ihe
team will be in: mil over temporarily
to Pirsi Past-man Posse.
P.-sides cie, ting off. the manage-r.
Pivside-nt .Ma! lies promised to m;i-.,-eithe-r
changes, lie took with him Job a
llanna. who is to replace' Parms as
chang" catcl'.er. Pitcher l-'aston is to
be- gtve-n his ttaveling paper;:, and a
place in the ou'lie-bl is to be made for
Koss 'I'liortiion. who is expecte'd to
oiu the- letem todav.
To ihe ouisid" r it wottld appear that
Dubuque lias been the victim of mis
fortune, ra'her than poor management.
though the- latter may also be- a con
tributing; cause. Since- the training
trip south tile.- team has be-e-n bad'.v
rippled, a number of playe-rs being
ither eiut ef the- game .illogelhe-r eM'
not in ci-iieiition to give a good account
I A V 1 I
rr I ! i M
light, crisp, vholcsomc
The best lood to start the day with
Food raised with Price's
n.-vrr n:ir.; in IP.e SIomaLii,
n ost delicious state, fresh and hot, by persons of all temper,
aments and occupations, without fear of unpleasant results
of themselves, l'nder these circum
stances it is not wonderful that a poor
showing has been made.
Pitcher Harry Swalm seems to be
t lie consideration for the release of
Thornton to Dubuque by Springfield.
The latter place and Decatur have both
been after the spit ball artist. It is
said he will play with either, but not
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
has released Pitcher Dii.-
the teams make a switch,
geting to Springfield.
Donnelly has tunned Moran, the on'.
fielder, to Jacksonville in the Iowa lev.
Kane. Long. Past man unl Koach ar
said to be slated to do all of lvoriu'-
Cedar Papiels has traded
I'occki'wi'z to Dubuque for
whose regular place is at first.
The Northern Copper Country lea
sue in which W. K. YYeKlcr of thi
city is to o?lic:ate as umpire', eipe-ne-1
its season todav.
No game in the Three Kye again yt o
leiuay. 1 l:is is two i!as m sue-ee: slui
in which not a wheel turned. I Ik
I'm e-hyc is I lie only league so af
tl if 1 1 el yesterday.
Chile Home, formerly
and now of Peoria, ha.--
of this e-p
i manage r of the Cauten
li.i'l team. He is Co-.i.Mi-re.l one !
tthe best ania'eur managers in in
Pill laidw ig i;a -, be e-n
-.priiiglie-hl lor imiifl'ei e-ii;
las the goods but it is b:
to go to anolher league and is not c
live iing bis I'e-st. 'I he- SpriugtUld mail
nge-mcnt is undeHide-d. what to do wit
IVoria Star: Ke -member Danny
I-'iie-ml. the- famous old I'itcher wh-e
used tei be- Peoria's mainstay in th-
:;eod old Western league- days when
Pill 'i;son was piloting l lie Peoii.
baseball ship? Of conrre it do. Well
Danny has .e.ne and sit--ne-d with the-
Kick Islaml crowd, and he may be
: e . ii in th" game e ithe-r toelay er to
iv.oiieiw. Danny lrie-ud is one of th.
be.t known bail lilave-rs around thi?
pait ei!" the.- country . Years ago h.
niaveil in the big league ami Manage!
Donnellv has nitch'-d many a gitme
againsi him. In the We-stern league
;-.s a member eif the Peoria te-am, h
showed re-markable ability feir work
Lately h' has been playing with Chil
licothe'. Ohio, in the Ohio and Penn
When Friend played
he was e-emsidere-d ene eii
piieheis lei cate-h in th.
h". -giie- and many tin aspiring backstop
are made with
Baking Powder is unfermented
be eaten in its
HEIR TO FORTUNE
Wilbur Rutledge Receives Word
of Act of Gratitude by Col
orado Cow Puncher.
LEFT $40,000 PROPERTY
Man He Befriended Once in Kansas
Provided for Rock Island Man,
According to Message.
Word was received today from Dit
Sie rra. Col., by llbur L. Ituileelge. a
paper hanger and ilerorator eif this
icity, that he had tallen heir to lan 1
value-il be-tween $:J0,imm) ami Jlo.iliiu lo-
e ate-d near that city. The me-ssage was
-cut by an edel acquaintance of Mr.
Uui ledge by the name- eif Oltei Smith, a
t'eilenadei ceiw-puncl'.i-r. In 1MMI Mr. Ktlt-
dge ami lamiiy were' ce)inmg across
ihe plain;? in western Kansas, and em
i lie tr way mil .ir. bmitn ami a ceiw-
boy trie-nd. 11. Paul. Tile- twe; cowboys
we'te- in a bael way hnaneiallv, and .Mr
uid Mrs. Uutledge- look the in in and
are-el fur tlii-m about two we-e-ks. When
lie- iwo e-eiw-pune-iHTs we're reaitv lo
:i-ave. liny told Mr. and Mrs. Kutle-el
hat their act eif kindness would never
in- leirgeillen ami tnat some: elav the
would be re warih-il. A number eif
ve-i'ts alter I'lis, .Mr. Klllledge re-ceiveel
i haiidseime gold medal from the tw-
men, with his and Ins wile s name e-n
Slaved em it. Abing the- lalle-r part ed
o ember last yetir Mr. Paul elieel.and
Mr. Uutledge is ei iiu- opinion that thi.,
;s aiieithe r gilt from the- same me n, M
Paul leaving las affairs in charge of
e.oillK to 'olfirmlel.
Mr. Uutle-elge' will leave- next Saturda
veiling for Colorado, and will nice
Mr. Smiih at that place-. The- latter
win uie-n taiie .Mr. Kinieiiue tei tile
iirope-riy that was left to him.
: quit the' game' afle-r li ving tei lmld
Damn's "creisslii e" ball. lie is a
RECORD OF THE
Uoe'k Islautl at Spi iuglielel.
Clinton at Dee-atur.
Diibuepie at Pe-euia.
Ce'dar Uapids liloeiminglon.
Springtiedel . .
'ew York .
, i -
oston . . .
at. Ivtiuis 7 17
York 21 ::
'hicago 2u I
hilaelelphia 12 10
Pittsburg 11 S
toston 10 p;
'ine-innali S 1
if. Louis P
T11KE E-EYE LEAGUE,
AM EltlCAX LEAGUE.
Chicago- Washing ton. rain.
St. Louis, ."; Philadelphia. S.
Pi'lroit-Xcw Y'ork. wet grounds,
Cleveland-Post ein, rain.
Philaeli'lphia. 2: Chicago. 1.
New York. I ; Cincinnati. :!.
Postein, 2; Pittsurg. 1 (10 innings).
Brooklyn. ft. Leuiis, 1.
AM EKICAN ASSOCIATION.
Minneapolis. :P. Indianapolis, 1.
Kansas City. P: Tole'do, !t.
Milwiiuke'i'-Ceilumbus. we-t grouiid
St. Piiul-Louisville. w-e-t grounds.
Waterloo. 12: Ottumwa, .
Quiucy, !; Keokuk. T.
Jackson ville-Purlington. rain.
Grand Kapids-Canton. rain.
South Pi nd-Whecling; cold.
Springfield. ": Tcrre Haute,
Davton. 2: Evansville. 1.
Pueblo, C; Omaha. 2.
-Denver. Des Moines. 0.
Sioux City-Lincoln, cold.
LOSE THE WINTER SERIES
".omus Bowling Club Entertains La
dies and Enjoys Banquet.
The Comus Rowling club cele-brated
he last1 of the series of winter gamer,
ast evening on the Hotel Harms a
eys. by entertaining the ladies it
lowling and later enjoying a banque.
Mrs. Newman rolled the high score for
he ladies with 122 pins down. Miss
Thorns second with 109 pins and Mi
j. Moeller third with 92 pins. Tin?
igh score for the men, of 174 pins was
oiled by Eel ward Schocde.
Try Another Home Game.
On. account of the funeral of Senate
Hughes at Sterling Sunday the Dave
port Game Wardens have been com
pelled to cancel their date there an!
will try another Sunday game at uom
The visiting team will be the Iowa
OUR ARMY'S NEW WIRELESS.
Great Time Saver Three Mules
Cart It From Place to Place.
The army lias a r.ew wireless tele
graph apparatus that gives much prom
ise of lie-ins: a gre'at help iu the busi
liess of revoliltionizin. the- art eif war,
writes a Washiiigtein e-eirri'speuiibMit of
the? New York Globe. The apparat'.is
diie-s not reepiire a niultituele of . ani
mals ami a l"ii string of wagons fjr
its transportation. All' it ne-e-ds art-
three mules, two or three men to niau
ngii tbe-in anil a wireless eiperator.
Preibably in a pine-li, in the stress of -i
e-ampaign anil llie lie-at oi coni.iel !i:r-
wire-less expert himself might m:u:agv
tbe mules ami hanelle the; whole u'. tit
The wireless outfit is contaim-el ar.el
carrie-il in two chests. ea-h about the-si::e-
of a st'-ame-r trunk. Pedes for tie-
win-le-s eiutrit are- of light weniil. a
i-ample'te- pole- e ei'isist'Iig ejl live- sec
tions, ivie-h twelve fe-e-t in le-:igtb.
When it is eb-siri- l tei use- the appara
tus, the trunks nie u:iinai!ed freim tb"
innles. the liels thrown back, the p.'!'
(lli klv Iieisti-ii. i-Diiiie-ct ions maile. siu-1
the o'M-rator sets to work. Ptv.' tii-ally
an e'titire- tede-iri apbing emttit is e-oii-
taim-el in one of the trunks, ami as
so-mi as the- e-oiiiii-e-uoi-.s are- made m-
tween the ai'par.itns ami llie- io!-,' the
tnmk liel is tbro-.vn back and the mes
sage can In- started.
I'lie- apparatus w:ll semi a message
twi-nfj- mile s. (Hie is neiw in opera! ion
be-twe-e-n Kev Wejst ami Cuba. This is
longer distance then tin- apparatus
is iutemleel to be- prae ti' al for. but it
appears to ope-rnte? sue e.-sl mly e!e t ; ;
the- distance. The.- T "ii Stales iiimv
in lo a I.-; tisur; ii. au.l. ae re-ieliti l.i
Information he-iv, it ii fouml 1 1 wori.
T!ie iK-v,- wireless : ystem is lb-- in
ventioii rd Mgnal ofis o!'i -er 1 u--
signal corjis n.iw has in general ii.-e v.
lielel telegraph system, whii-b is ned
with wire-s si run:: aN-ng tin- ground.
Of course- iV-re .no elaborate- v.i e
less systems in ;:se in llm armie-s of all
comit' jf-s. i'e-111-raIly they ! "e;:;ire V ;i
I'tis auel trains of cm: -a-.leiv, id.- proitov
lion:: for their Iran sportatiem. The
I'l-.-ntietibility of t!r- immv :yst:-m i-
ci'Vi his when it is co:isi;!cr--l that one'
of the greatest lie-:- Is of I'lodmn war
fare is some mi'tbod of prmi-pt o:-:
munn ation with teie front or ih. ilanks
a line of bat lie fnm lira b-uart-M-s.
Tl'.e- first li'ie- of :i!!:ii k u' a .:r-.-a! armv
be miles in fremt of lmaebpiar
If it has thri'e mules anil a
iss outfit with it r.wi an e.pi.-:t
the instruments ami tln-iv
ss outtit back at Iii-aeli'iar-
a wire I
ters, the orders ef the-, commamling
ollie-er can be seut to it almost Instan
Poynnd the fact that Henry Hmlsnr
was l-.ugnsli miibn.'g is known oi his
birth. In lt;o7 Hudson saile-d from
l.oneimi in a tiny vessel the e-re-w -on-
siste-d of t.'ii uie-n and a boy to eliseov
or ine .omiwest jiassage. tin tins voy
age the na visa tor jiassed the eigblie-th
eie'gre-e- ot iiinueie'. l wo. rears lale-r
Hudson saile'el for North America a::
eliscoveivil t!ie Hudson river, no wide
be saik-el lad mile's. Iu i;p) Hudson
sailed in an Ilnglisli shin naiiii-il the
Discovery ami elise-ovoivd Hud. -on
strait and Iluelson bav. where he- win-
te-reil. The crew mutinied and set Hud
son, bis so'i .lolin ami seven iniirin sail
ors adrift in a boat. Nothing has e-ver
sine-e lie-en heard of Pie great sailor
who (rave his name to New York's
Pleite-hes, pimples, lhsh worms.
black heads, are iinsightlv and eU-not
impure blood, lle'lliste-r's Roiky Mo'iti
tain Tea will drive them away, earn
ing people- cle-ar to the teip Hour of
he-alth and happiness. :5 cents. Tea or
Tabids. Harper house pharmacy.
It is Serious.
Some Rock Island People Fail to Real
ize the Seriousness.
The- constant aching eif a bail hack.
The- we-arine-ss. the; tired feeding.
The pains and aches of kidney jlls
Are serious if ne gU-i-ie d.
Dangreous urinary troubles follow.
A Rock Islaml citizen shows you how
lo avoid them.
Lawrence- Graham of Eie-ve-nth
street, Rock Islaml, 111., says?- "When
I returned fremi the army. I was a e-o n
plcte wreck and in y system was to
badly run down that 1 was afraid I had
come home te) die. The worst lee
ture's were a very weak back and shai;.
paius across my loins. My. wife nursed
me ami teiok care of me. as I was tri
able to do anything feir myself. Th"
whole trouble was from my kidneys
which were very much ilisonleiTil on
ae-count of the hardships I hal endured
while in the army. The .secret ion-
from my kidneys were far too frequent
in passage, giving me much aniioyam
particularly at night, and the see-r
lions contained a white sediment. I
tried many remedies and doctors, bt
without succe'ss. Finally I was aelvis-
eel by a frienel to try Detail's KieliK
Pills. I got a box at the Harper House
drug store and took them according te.
directions. After I had taken the fir.-.,
box the pains began te leave me. ni,
secretions became normal anil after I
continueel taking them for a fe.v
weeks, I was completely cured and
felt as well as ever. Doan's Kidney
Pills cureel nie completely."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milhurn company. BufTalo. New
Y'ork, sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
. tako no other,
WE fiA VE WE SIL
TO YOUR CLOUD
"lie still, sail heart, aiiel cease repining,
"Pehind the cloud the sua is still shining."
YVorrving won't pay your debts.
you sick ami ge-t you still farther into debt. You'll
have the doctor bills to pay. Y'ou'il lose iu a busi
ness way, if y ou're your own boss; you may leise
your job if you are an employe. No one can elei in
telligent weirkwhcn he hits a load of trouble on his
There's surely a silve-r lining to your cleiml if you e-an only bridge
eiver until you get tei the lining. It's uir business to help you bridge
ove r. We have the silver and gold ami greenbacks at the disposal of
men who are honest, yet have mi bank credit.
We advaiMi' money privately em furniture- pianos, horses, wagons,
cows, and eitner personal properly, and the property leniains in your
possession. You can get tile money today sometimes within an hour
Petter call NOW. Our e-emlidential representative will call upon
re-epiest phone or letter.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
.tirrt .& i. vmm: m.oe k. itixm as, ito k im.imk
Office hours, S a. m. to 6 p. m., and Saturday evenings. Telephone
west 514; new telephone 6011.
Licensed to Wed.
Arthur 1V' isoti
i ii i nee 1 lr.iv r
I'lie sl A. iuaii-.ii
Ma'n-1 Diapi r
Tu orutrr to prova to yen
tlint Dr. A. VT. Chase'i
Ointment is a certain and
nbseiiute cure for nny t arm
of itching, Lle-eu.n, oi
protruding piles, the manufacturers guaran
lee a. euro. You can uso it and if not
enrl get your ln vne-y back. Hr. Carper
Walton, laborer, Michigan City, Ind., says:
"I work hard nnd lift a crc.it deaL Thoatraia
brought on an attack of piles. They itrheoei
and they protrudee! and l ied. IJo'.hiag hclpc J
thm until I used Dr. A.V.'. Chafe's Oiatrr.ent
That cureyl t'ne-ui." COc. a V.x ut all ik-uicrs, oi
Dn. AAV. Chase SIeoicixz Co., Buffalo, K.T.
Dr.. W, Ohssc's G!nf men!.
HAItPEIt HOUSE PI I A I'M ACT.
Perhaps you don't know we
si-"! .lap-a-I.ae. Ike great rejnven
ator f Hue ;s, fiitniiure. ami all
wooden and metal things around
Ye-s, wo se-!l Jap-a-Lac sell a
lot of it, too. Eve-; body wail's it.
Drop in ami let us ie-11 you
what Jap-a-Lac is and what it
Eve ry lady calling will receive
a five sample.
P. J. LEE.
Wall Paper and Paint House.
1429-1431 Second Ave.
SPORTING GOODS STORE
1619 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
1 f; rr
J -IT' I
It'll only make I
We sell for CASH ONLY, there
fore we arc able to sell for these
low prices. which will be in
force from Monday, May 13, till
Saturday, May 18.
2" Kiunelj eif granulated
Golden West fleiur,
It sack DSC
i'.imy butter, per
Hural New Y'ork peitatoes,
Head Light brand sweet
corn, per can
Great Uock Island scap,
Pure Leaf Lard.
Regular 17'ic coffee,
per lb 1
Jonathan brand baked
be uns, three- ;Mb. cans..
Six cans of Columbia
or Pet Prand Milk
Toasted Corn Flakes,
l" r " 5c
Pa Ul win brand vapeiraieel
apples, per pae kage 10c
Fresh Cottage Cheese Every Day.
THE ONLY STRICTLY CASH
STORE IN TOWN.
930 Third Avenue - - Both Phones
C. & 0. Co.'s
Everybody says, is as Rood as
the imported. We say, we hav-i
beat the imported, and we want
you to make us prove it.
Alse) try our iA'mon, Sarsapar
illa, Cream, and Srawberry Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Ironbrew,
Pirch Beer. Orange Cider, and
Black Hawk "Mineral Water.
Orders delivered to all parts
of the city.
Carse & Qhlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Olel phone wt-bt 14, new phone'
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