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THE AUG US, FRIDAY. 31 AY 24, 1907.
That anything we recommen 1
to you will be exactly as repre
sented anil that you will find the
largest and best assortment of
watches, jewelry and silverware
in the city.
See us about your
Inspector for C, R. I. & P. and
C, B. & Q.
Jeweler and Optometrist. Oppo
site Harper House.
Is something that cunuot be tie
epiired without individual die-.;-ii)j.
We jiive it to ou wk'i
every suit of clothing that
made by us. The tailor r.:.i!.i .
the man oficntlir.es. and we :riv
you a lit, uu-elegance and a dis
tingue appearnee that no other
tailor in the tii-eities can give
E. F. DORN.
1128 Second Ave.
Our Original, Famous
CAKE Takes the eye and suits the taste
of the people. It's purity an 1
finality is uncqualed; ihey are
delicious; try one at MATH'S.
We have just received a fresh
stock of Lowncy's and Winthrop
M. linker's chocolates and bon
bons. Take a box with you and
surprise your wife or sweetheart.
They will surely appreciate it.
1716 Second Avenue
Meals, DCc, 75c, and $1.00.
Open dates for dance hall.
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
Islanders Like Mr. Nelson's
Cur as and Bring Home
1ELPED SOME BY ERROFi
Everybody Hits Ball Jack Herbert
Sent to Bench for Careless
GAMES TOMORROW ,
Rook Island at llioeimingtoii.
Clinton at Peoria.
Dubuque at Springfield.
Cedar Kapids at Decatur.
ISlooniington. May 21. Hoek Islam'
made meat of Piieher Nelson and won
. asily yesterday from Uloomiugton
Every member of the team made a hit
unl Murphy. O'Leary and Vandiue so
'urod ttirei apiece. O'l.eary, Dower
.ind Lundin laci d tliem out for mor
than one base.
Proceedings were materially assist
.'d by the misplays and tlie diiml) plays
f the l!!im:ii(is. Em.-low's fumble iu
(ho second on what should have be e.i
the tuird out was followed by two
triples and a single that netted four
runs and put the home team in th.
lole tor Keeps. After that but lk!l
resistance was offered.
Lmniin pitched good ball and ii.i.l
almost pit feet backing. lSloomiug
ton's time r::iis were made by con
secutive hitting, l'n d Donovan's trip;-'1
bringing two and Nelson's drive scor
ing the manager later on.
llr!iMl On the );-iili.
lfloomingtou sboweii a changed linj
up. Herbert luivitig been benched in
definitely for indifferent playing. Wi
nans took his place and did well.
Lix.eti joined tlf I.-lanii.-i s and plac
ed his usual good gane- a: first. Score
KOCK ISLAND. II. II.
Swalm. if f ".'
p. a. :.
1 (I l!
M II I
i; ti o
Murphy. If 1 ::
OLeaiy, e 1 W '.
Vaudine, :1b 2 " u
Wanner. 2b 1 1 '.
Lizzo't. 11) I 12
Heigt r. ss f 1 2 2
Dowers, cf t 1 2 u ')
l.umliu. p 1 2 1 U m
P.LOO MING TON
..9 17 27
R. H. 1'.
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Jock, 11) ...
Perhaps you don't know we
soil Jap-a-Lac, the great rcjtiven
ator of floors, furniture, and all
wooden and metal things around
Yes, we sell Jap-a-Lac sell a
lot of it, too. Everybody wants it.
Drop in and let us toll you
what Jap-a-Lac is and what it
Kvcry lady calling will receive
a free sample.
P. J. LEE.
Wall Paper and Paint House.
1429-1431 Second Ave.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEA
SON OF 1907 FOR DANCING
PARTIES, SOCIETIES, PUB
LIC AND PRIVATE MEET
INGS OF ALL KINDS.
Everything repainted and redecorat
ed and put in first class shape.
Telephone for open dates.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Insurance company, Newark
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Farmers' Ins. Co York. Pa.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. .N.Hampshi-e
Northern Ins. Co New Y ork
Security Ins. Co... Now Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Rorkford. 111.
Connrctirut Fire Ins.Co.of Connerticat
Office, room C, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
"onuers, If 1 1 1 0 t
vVinans, 2b 0 1 2 5 0
Cmslow, Jb 1 14 1 1
'Jang, rf ( (l 2 0 r
. Donovan, c 1 2 4 4 1
N'elson, p 0 1 0 5 1
Total 2 7 27 IS i
Itock Island IN 0 (I 1 (I 3 1 0 ;i
Bloominglon 0 0 0 2 tl It 1 0 0--'!
Two base hit O'Leary. Three base
hits F. Donovan, Nelson, Dowers.
Lundin. Stolen bases Murphy (2.
Lundin. Struck out Hy Lundin, i
Bases on balls OIT Nelson, 1 ; off Lu:i
din, 1. Hit by pitcher Vandine, Dow
ers. Wild pitch Nelson. Time 1:4 j.
I'm pi re Moore.
fllnieriiD Im Sold.
Springfield. May 21. Spriugfic-d
took the first game from Dubuque in
easy fashion by a score of G to 2.
Jones was forced to retire in the fir.n
iiuiing. First Haseman Cameron was
sold to Torre Haute by Springfield
a PR I N (J FI E LD R. H.
Thornton, cf I 1
Ituby, If it u
P. A. tl.
:ib . .J 2
(laliani. rf o 1
Smith, lb u 1
Hughes, 2b 1 J
Sella rnwober, ss 0 1
I.udwig. c 1 1
Steiger, p 0 1
Totals C 11
DI RUQI K. R. II. P.
Fleming. If n u
Stark, o 0 0 2
White. Jib o 2 0
Long, cf n -j 2
(lenins, 2b t) u 5
Posse, lb II ii 11
DarringeT, ss 1 1 2
Hoeekwitz. p-rf o (I o
Jones, p rf I n 1
Dubuque ... .
1 1 ughes, - Da rrin
2 5 2! Id
.2 ii p 2 l i) ii i ;
. .ii ii u o 0 ii 2 n 02
hits Long. Sttigei
gor. Three base hit -out
Hy Sieiger. 4; b,
liases on balls O.f
Steger. (; off lloeckwi'7.. 1. Doublj
play Schatnweber-.-Hiighvs Smith
Time 1: 15. L'mpire Win cluck.
Uusly Drop One.
Decatur. May 21. Persons was hit
hard at times, but with men on bas-s
he was a-marvel. Score:
Moore, ss . .
Puite!!. :ib .
Prout. 2b . . .
Krt bs. cf . .
Perry, e . . .
Persons, p .
R. II. P. A. K
. . .0
. . .11
. . .0
Totals S S 27 K
Hammerer, cf ...
Spencer, :1b .
Totals 2 12 21 PI S
Decatur 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 2 - S
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 0 0 0 n 2 0 o 2
Two base hit Howard. Three ba.-o
hit Jeffries. Double play- Purte i
Mooie-Tcnnant. Struck out Py Per
jsons. 4; by Owens, 1. Bases on bal':i
Off Owens. 2. Time l:u. Um
IVorln lint lliinl.
Peoria. May 24. Peoria defeat.
Clinton in the first of the series by
j clever base running and good sticl:
I PEORIA. R. II. P. A.K.
Thiery. rf 2 1 4 0 i
David-on. If 4 1 0 0
Power. lib 0 2 1 1 .)
I Swacina, li) 0 2 S o 0
, Egan, 2b 0 1 4 A 0
Donnelly, cf 1 1 0 0 l
Ei ickson, c 1 2 .1 0 'I
Raymond, ss 1 1 4 4 1
Long, p 0 n o 2 0
Moore, p 1 1 o o h
Purg. ss 1
Vogel, 2b 0
Crockett, lb I
Curtis, cf 0
McFarland, rf 0 2
Harrod, Sb 0 0
Smith, c 1 0
Shultz, If 1 1
Lewis, p I 3
Totals 5 9 24 11
Peoria 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 5 0-
Clinton 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0
Two base hit Davidson. Innin
pitrheel Long, 0. Bases on balls Off
Long, 1; off Lewis, 4. Struck out By
iong. j; ny .ioore. i; uy Lewis, v.
Double plays Raymonel-Egan-Swacina
Long-Raymond-Swacina ; Crockett, (tin
assisted). Umpire O'Connoll, Tine;
1 : .10. Atendance 77.1.
Rig Offer for Hackenschmidt.
Loudon. May 24. The manager o
iiacKenscnmiut, me wrestler, nas re
ceived an offer from a Kansas City
vaudeville manager to engage Ilacken
schmidt for a week, paying him $,1,0H0
in addition to his expenses. The man
nger claims this is a record offer for an
vaudeville turn. The manager has for
'warded the offer to Hackenschmid .
j who has not yet replied.
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Bviys a. Suit of Ex
For $18.00, $20.00 or $25.00 we
offer still better suits, but $15.00
is a safe price and one which
we can recommend.
RECORD OF THE
t h u i: i: k y i: l i; a ea i: .
W. L. Pet.
Rock Island ..
. l;l .".
. .12 7
. . in in
. . :i 0
. . s s
. . 4 12
. . 1 7j
' Springfield .
Chicago 21 M
Cleveland : 20 12
Detroit 17 12
New York . l- 111
Philadelphia . . .: 1 1 15
St. Louis 12 P.i
lloston in !!
NATIONAL I .E At! UK.
W. L. Pc'.
. . 21 t;
Post on 12 IS
Cincinnati 1" 10
St. Louis 0 2:J
Brooklyn ". 2;1
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island. ?: Bloomington, ;'.
Springfield, 0; Dubuipie, 2.
Peoria, H; Clinton. 1.
Decatur, 8; Cedar Rapids, 2.
Cleveland, .1; Philadelphia.
St. Louis, 0; Boston, 0.
Detroit, l'; Washington. (.
Chicago, .1; New York, 2.
Philadelphia. Pittsburg, 0.
St. Louis. 4 ; Boston. 1.
Cincinnati, :!; Brooklyn, 0.
Indianapolis. 2; Louisville, 1.
Minneapolis, :i; Milwaukee, 2.
Kansas City. 0: St. Paul, 4.
Evansville. G: Dayton. 4.
Terre Haute, 2; Springfield, 0.
South Bend, S; Wheeling, 7 (10
Oitumwa, 5; Quincy. 1(11 innin:
Keokuk, 0: Waterloo, 1.
Burlington, 2; Marshal!! own, 0.
Omaha, 2; Des Moines, 1.
Denver, .1; Sioux City, 'i.
Pueblo, 2; Lincoln. !..
FROM THE OOPE BOX.
Rock Island is iu second place.
See where we are iu the percenlag-;
It is about time for Bill Conners to
be reinstated as manager of the
Jack McConnell has bought Cameron
from Springfield for Terre Haute. Thii
evidently means that Kuhn's days arj
iew lorn used six pucners, li men
in all, against Chicago yesterday and
then lost the rubber of the series oa
their own grounds .1 to 2. It was
sorry day for the Giants.
Rock Island is home Sunday with
Dubuque for the first of a long series
Comfortable materials, in flan
nels, worsteds, homespuns, and
other light w eight materials.
Made in the Reli
U. (8L S. Styles.
S5.00 to $15.00
here, during which every team in th
league will lie enti rtained with onlv
one break. May :.;i, June 1 and 2. when
we go to Clinton,
games at home.
In all there are 20
Kock I.-atnd has bumpeii up against
e good oiii's at t'ae southern end of
e circuit and out of nine games play
ed so far has won six. That's going
some. specially in this tight little lea
gue where any of them are liable to
hand any of .the others a package at
In a K t.ter to a , f rieud in
la tide? Stark says he is picas
d at tile
arrangement with Genius in charge of
the team on Hie field and will work
harder than ever. He adds: "As fat
as my saw-dust rut-tips are oncern.'.!.
you know "nothing like snore us like
success.' A year or so back when the
team was winner the papers and pub
lic said I was the life of the team (an 1
I don't like to talk about ine!f :i!
that). This fining when we had no
more chance of winning ilian Pete
Burg lias of kissing Davy Crockett's
forehead withotrt the aid of a bucket
my bum comedy is a detriment. Now.
if 1 thought the people1 do not wisn
that sort of stuff I would surely eitt l.
out. Wlu lever I playe d ball they hav
always seemed to be amused at my
humble efforts: but maybe, -as 'Rust;-'
and Abraham Lincoln said, "Y'ou can';
fool them all the time.'"
Bloomington lias benched Jack He'
bi'it for indifferent, playing. Ile-rbe't
is the best man on the team. Thing;
are asserted to be about ripe for .1
general shaking up. The Pantagraph
confesses that the situation is gloomy
( C'"Til iniH'il 'ii fa-ii' Nino. I
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American Bankers Association to
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authorized to furnish such guaranty.
These orders are the newest con
venience ir. sendinjj money. Instead
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Our selection for this responsible
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hy the leading financiers of the
Whatever form of guarantee or
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' ' 1.
At least your money troubles are probably not. as serious as ithey
look to you. You have been thinking so rr.ixh about those bills due
and those coming due and wondering how you are going to satisfy
all your creditors next pay day, when you won't have near enough -to
go around. Why not, borrow enough to pay them all; put all your debits
in one place? Pay a little a month, so you won't miss the money-!-stop
worrying! ; , . i'
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one . It pays to keep your credit good. The money? that's easyy
see us. c
We will loan it to you privately on your furniture, piano, horses,
wagons, cows, etc. The property remains in your possession. You can
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Better call now or cur confidential agent will call upon request
phone or letter.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
MITCIIF.I.I. & I.Y.MM' I1I.IKK, IDIOM IS, HfU K I SLA 3D.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m., and Saturday evenings. Telephone
west 514; new telephone 6011.
John Koch Brand
Ride a R.acycle
And be hppy
For Sttlti at the
Market Square. ROCK ISLAND.
If. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE,
CENTRAL TBUST AND SAVINGS SANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock, $ltN,MK. Knur 1'er Cent lnt.-rrt I'alil Drpottlta.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. La Voile,
11. E. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
II. D. Mack,
M. S. Heagy,
H. B. Simmon,
Kstatos and property of all kinds are managed by thi dpartmc-nt.
whlfh is kept f-ntirely separate from th b:inkhic liiisines of the rom
I:oiy. V act as executor of and trustees tSnder Wills. Administrator.
Guardian and Conservator of Kstnte.
lleceiviT ami Assignee of Insolvent Kstatts . Oeneral Financial Agent
for Non-Kesldents, Women, Invalids, and others.
That are "Full Cut" Patterns
and Styles to please every man.
50c to $3.00
Are the best the mar
ket affords in Value
for the Money.
II. B. SIMMOX,
II. II. Cleave land,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. V. Tremann.