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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907.
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-
A great snap in a house on 3rd ave
nue, nine splendid rooms, hot water
heat, stone foundation, will sell at
$1,000 sacrifice if taken
within 30 days.
A pretty 5-room cottage on 16th
street, nice large rooms, near Long
View park, 6tone foundations, ce
ment sidewalks, gas, sewer, asphalt
A neat 5-room cottage on lot 55x120,
hot and cold water, good barn, on
11th avenue, near
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.-100
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. 2,030
An 11-room house on 13th avenue,
near 30th street, lot 100x140, will
rent for $30,
A 2-story 7-room house on 23d
street, gas and electric lights, hot
water heat, hardwood floors, cement
ed laundry, lot
Two houses on one lot, one renting
for $22 per month, othe other at $10,
good location and never
va"t 8 1,200
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
6treet, 4 rooms downstairs, thor
oughly modern, a very at
tractive home fi (Mfi
A beautiful new home on 42d 6treet,
special reason for selling, reception
hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen,
pantry downstairs, 4 bedrooms and
bath upstairs, hardwood floors, elec
tric lights, hot water heat, laundry,
cement sidewalks, a
An elegant house on 14th street, six
rooms besides reception hall and
bath, stone foundation, laundry,
dry, electric lights, furnace, splen
didly arranged, the prettiest home
on the street,
for S.I fiftrt
A 9-room house on 7th avenue, near
24th 6treet; rents for $25; this is
A new 5-room cottage, easy walking
distance from Plow company, small
amount down, balance
on easy terms $1,650
A 5-room cottage on 38th street;
bath, newly painted and
A modern home on 14 street, six
rooms besides bath and reception
hall, gas and electric lights, furnace,
big cellar, cast
A nobby little home, half a block
from Milan cars; five rooms, stone
foundation, interior just newly paint
ed and papered,
A beautiful little 5-room cottage, all
on one floor, modern throughout, lo
cated on 14th 6treet, stone founda
tion, furnace, gas,
A fine east front lot on corner 27th
street and 17th avenue, nice
shade, 47x123J2 .$325
A lot 50x160, just outside the city
limits, near Long View
Fine building lots on 30th street,
paving paid for,
A splendid east front lot on 11th
street, near Third avenue, most
convenient location In
A lot 45x102 in best block on 14J2
street, east front, sewer,
water and gas $S25
An elegant lot on 22d street, near
10th avenue, east
CLOSE OF SCHOOL
Commencement Week at Au
gustana College Begins With
BY PRESIDENT ANDREEN
Exercises Will Extend Over Entire
Week, Concluding With Handel
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SAT
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE. 1801 14 Second Ave. Oldphon
.Next week will be commencement week
at Aumistana. bunday ceiim;; Dr. (ius-
lav Andreen, presidi lit or the rollout',
will deliver the baeealaill'eate scrino.
ill the college chapel. Monday i
senior class day. In tin; eveniir.; ih-
class day exercises will lie carried nut.
The seniors will jOve an interesting
promani in which llie class history, tli.j
class I i odiec , and the class poeM
will he given hesides an cnicrtainin;,;
musical and Iin rary program. Tues
day evenini; the const rvaiory com
mencement will take place. Tho:
who will give their graduating recitals
arc Miss l.aniiuda Kast, Miss As . .-s
lohn.i ti. Miss Kditi) Timlin and Miss
Clara (.'handler. Wednesday morning
at 1" o'clock the business college com
mencement will take place. Th-
speaker of this occasion will he Hon.
Henry Vollnier of Davenport. Wednes
day afternoon at :' o'clock the Alumni
association will meet. An interesting
program w ill be rendered, including ad
dresses from several notable alumni .f
Augustana. Wednesday evening the
theological seminary commencement I
will take place. The principal speak-J
ers for this occasion will be President'
(). J. Johnson of Luther academy of
Wahoo, Neb., who will deliver an ad
dress in the English language. Hew!
Philipp Thelander of r.atavia wi'l
speak in Swedish.
Tliurmliiy iiiiiim--iii-nl liny.
Thursday is college commencement
day. At 10 o'clock the college com
mencement program will lie held. Th"
speaker of the day will be Dr. J. K
Whittaker of Lancaster, Pa. In the
evening one of the principal feature-:
of commencement and the closing
event of the week will be the gran 1
concert by the Handel Oratorio society
of the college, which will render sev
eral of the choruses of the oratorio
"The Holy. City" which was given a
few weeks ago. Hesides the selections
by the chorus of 1 voices a prografi
will be given by the different instruc
tors of the conservatory department.
I iiiimit iixi 4 lone.
At .". o'clock this afternoon all exami
nations in all subjects in the different
departments of tho college will tlose.
Examinations in some department ;
have In en going on for over a week.
Ihning the two terms of this year a
total of r7n students have been enroll
ed which is ::u more than were enroll
ed last year, in the theological de
partment 3S students have been en
rolled; hi the collegiate. 121; in the
academic; i:2; preparatory. 2ii; con
servatory of music. 1IH: schoeil of elo
cution. 11; school of art, ."1 ; husines--College,
ll'ii; male students during tlu
HAVE DOAL mfft!oooqqqqqoooooqooooooooqoooo
Rock Island and Moline High
Schools to Contest for
Honors on Track.
MUCH INTEREST IS SHOWN
Liitt, Hubbard and Schinstrom Relied
Upon to Score Most of the Points
for Local Team.
From Rock Island, 111.
PACIFIC COAST TOURS
$57.40 round trip to San Krani'istM
and Los Angeles, June' S to 15.
$12. ."id extra one way via Seattle,
Portland and Shasta Route.
BIG HORN BASIN EXCURSIONS
We will run personally conduct el
homcsei ke rs' excursions June 1 and
i x, under guidance ot l. Cb in Hea
ver, ('.metal Agent Landsee kels' In
formaiion Hunan, to assist settlers to
secure an early hold at cheapest
rates of magnit'icani ink-aied lands
in 'lie Pig Horn liasin, Wyo., and
Yellowstone Valley, Mont. Ask for
fold r telling all about these land;.
Round trip $23.00.
June 4 to 18.
$23.00 to Denver, Cedorado Springs,
Pueblo. Col.: Hillings. Mont.; Cody,
Worhind and Hasin. Wo.; Dead wood
ami Hot Springs, S. I)., and return.
Oiie' fare phis $2 for the round trip,
to hundreds of either points in the
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
(Continued From Pago Throe.)
and asserts that most of the director
are talking of selling the'ir stock an 1
resigning. Others of those who have
authority in the management of the
team are for spending some money
ami strengthening up. They bc'.ie'-e
that with a good team the game can
be made a paying proposition. The
suggestion is offered from this end of
the' line thai if things are in such desper
ately bail shape the tani might be turn
ed over tei Danville, which town P.loom
ington tried so hard lo get into th.
league last winter and which is said
te be such an ideal baseball town.
MATCH COULON AND
MURPHY FOR A GO
TriCity Athletic Club Announces Next
Bill for June 20 Unholz to
$27.25 round trip on sale every day,
good for l."i days. Higher rates for
longer limits and for tickets routed
in one' direction via Ne w Yolk City.
SUMMER TOURIST RATES
The usual very low rate round trip
Summer Touij-t tickets to Colorado
and I'taii. Yellowstone Park. Black
Hills and the Pacific Coast will be on
sale daily, commencing June 1.
Let MM help
ami give vol
yen plan your trip
illustrated t -1 I is.
A. RIDDELL, Agent, C, B. & Q.
Old pliiinr lis", (1170.
Cotilon and Murphy, the young ban
tains who have hooked up a number of
limes in the past, the last bout being
vveni by the latter at Milwaukee, have
been signed by the TriCity Athletic
emu ot iiavenpori ior me nnai go in a
piograin to be- given June 2'. They will
fight l.r rounds at lu.j pounds. Rudolph
Ctiholz. the South Kfrican lad wh
made' sueh a good impression last
Tuesdav night, will appear in the semi-windup.
The Rock Island and Moline higu
school track teams will mee't tomorrow
afternoon at the .Ninih street laee
track. The local track twin under t;,
management of Mr. Wallace has been
training at the I rack e'Very evening t'e
weather was lit and is now ready to
give the ncigrhorhig city athletes -t
chase. The Rock Island team is rely
ing a great deal on Liitt. Hubbard and
Schinstrom for points.
The meet will be started at 2 o'e-Ioclv
in the afternoon and the male teachers
from eaedi of the schools will act as
judges. Owing lo the fact that tlx-?-'-
iie a uuiiinei oi e iimes in some ot Lie-
events, preliminary heats wiil be run
the winners ef the heats to compe-u i
The entries from each of the school
are as follows:
l.iNt of I'nlrit-N.
22" yard hurdles Rock I - la ml A m
, Larkin, Wiliiieilou and Collin.-,.
Moline No entries to date'
oil yard dash Rock Island Shin-
stroni, Steinberg and K. 1'raser; M.,
lino Melvin. Marley and Wvlaml
100 yard dash Rock Island St-hi:;
trom, Sieieuiberg and K. Prase i ; Mo
line Melvin, Marley, Wyl.ind, 11 nil
NX0 yard dash Rod. Island Hub
bard; Angel. McCandless, Riehe ami
Smith; Moline Young. Allsbrow, lia'u-
iiie-rgran and Carlson.
Hammer. Shot Put and Discus -Rock
Island Schinstrom, Liitt. Prase r.
Adanison, Paul, Preniian and Collins;
Moline viand. Santee-. Payers, Duiui.
Cline, Traver and Young.
Running high jump Rock Island
Liitt, Steiling. Jensen and MeCamlless ;
Moline Santee, Woodyatt, Wylam;
Hull and Toline.
Mile- run Rock Island llubba'd
Angel. Dripps. McCandless. Rie 'ni'. Wi'
cher and Stauduhar; M iliiu Young.
IUsbrow, llamergran and Carlson.
220 yard dash Rock Iland Schin
strom. Steenberg, Pras. r. Wiltuertou
and Hubbard; Moline Wyland, Hit'.'
Me Fatland and Marley.
Ho yard dash Rock Island Schin
Hioni, tiuntiani, Angel, wiimerton ami
Steenberg; Moline McFarlund, Young
Nelson and Carlson.
Running broad jump Rock I.-land-Liitt.
Fraser, Ohhveikr and Schin
strom; Moliuo Santee, Hull. Marie
Pole; vault Rock Island Liitt. Kit
leh and Adainson: Moline Weoiiya:i
Heiwh'tt. North and Maiers.
The nie'e't will be governed by Mi'i
tary Tract association rules.
Say Charge It; That's All
Buy new Clothing to wear on Decoration Day
Less than one week away. Buy before Deco
ration Day Pay after.
There is no reason on earth why everyone
should not be dressed in fashionable attire on
this glorious holiday. r
Just promise to pay ; that's all we ask wc
will sell you all the clothing you want at cash
store prices and you can pay after Decoration
Day $1.00 a week 72 stores factory to you.
All the Credit you
want any time
you want it
Men's Blue Sere Suits
Men's Fancy Cheviots
M-cti's Raincoats k Topcoats
Men's Genesee Shoes, only
Roy s' Suits age 14 to 20
Small Boys Suits
Shoes and Oxfords
SIO to $20
S7 to S21
$8 to S20
S3 to $15
$2 to $7
$10 to $35
$7 to $23
$4 to SIO
$2 to S
$2 to $8
JUST SAY CHARGE: IT; THAT'S ENOUGH
P m t R
11 1 J
Second St. o
Boston Blocks Cub Deal.
Omaha, No b.. May IM. liosinu i
liliK-Kiuu tin: deal of l'losiikii! Murphv
of tin.' t'hira;) Natinnals ti fain;
Tluro is lniicli
i he juninr trad
llie teams from
; lni.'ct lirtwfon
tlio Moline anl
TONY CAPONI ANXIOUS
TO FIGHT PAPKE AGAIN
Is Willing to Bet $1,000 He can Stoj.
Spring Valley Man or Joe
l'iii her l .urliin
ami OitilicMvT Oslxu-'.i
Ko. k Island Y. M. ( A.'s to lx
In "lil at the Ninth street race track
at ! o'clock tomorrow morning. Tli
track and field judges for the met t ah'
Physical directors Harry Franks of
the lttcal association and Solomaii of
tlu visiliiiR association. Joseph Chap
man. Joseph Smith, Koy Hanson, anl
You'll be buying a tonic
soon probably need one
now. Brace up your sys
tem with VITAL VIM.
Take our word for it.
There s no better tonic
sold. Fifty cents a bottle
at the Harper House phar
Chicaso. May HI. Ted ly Murph
ine Doy niana.m-r, anil ins nusuy sra;i
per, Tony Capon i, ars hack from la
enpoit. where Tonv nut. a stop to 1J1
I'apke's iiioleoric rush to the top Tile
day night, holding the Spring Yallc
terror to a draw after a grueling tif
t(on-roimd lialtle. Murphy and Capon;
are verv anxious to sign tip wiih Pap
lor atiot Ik r hunt, t In Italian heing con
lident he can siow the Spring Yalii
lad away in a second battle. Murpl
is willing to lift any amount up to $1
km) that his protege can beat Paike
.toe i nomas, tin coast wciu rweigiit, a;
front 150 to 151 pounds.
SHOOT IN SPITE OF WEATHER
Haifa Dozen Members of Gun Club Out.
Eherhart and Koch Taking Honors.
A squad of shooters managed lo hold
a practice shoot yesterday afternoon ai
the Hock Island dm club range ir
spite of the threatening weather, titti:i-j
themselves for the big shoot Memorial
dav. The outcome of the shoot was as
Kbcrliart 17 1!)
S perry 1U 1
Koch "1 !t
Kobinson 1: 11
Hear 11 12
(lest 10 12
A great deal of interest is being tak
en among the local shooters in tlu
Kaliler medal shoot lo be held Decora
tion day. The shoot will be from ti
12 in the morning and 2 to 5 in Hie af
ternoon. The match is to be a 25-hinl
handicap. Only members of the gun
club will take part in this shoot.
I The Great CI
I Out Sale
BECOMES MORE SPIRITED EVERY DAY, NEW BARGAINS BEING
ING CONTINUALLY BROUGHT TO LIGHT.
Furniture and Carpet
OF THIS VICINITY ARE CERTAINLY
KITS FROM THIS FORCED SALE.
REAPING GREAT BENE-
LOOK INTO THIS
As carefully as you like, and
you will see for yourself that our
bottled products dinger Ale,
Orange Cider, Coca Cola. Iron
brew, and Soda Water are the
best in the market. We an
agents for McAvoy's Malt Mar
row, the best tonic made. If run
down, it will build yen up. W-
would like you to try our re
freshing ilriuls and hear your
opinion of tliein.
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 11, new phone
"It Won't Hvirt Bit"
FEW LADIES ON THE LINKS
But Three Compete in Second
Wet grounds and threatening skj
reduced the number of entries in tlu
second preliminary Handicap Ior wo
men at the Rock Island arsenal go!:
links yesterday, afternoon. The wi
ner was Mrs. Frank Mixter with
gross of 123 and net of 105. The score
9 0 dross ITdo N'e
nGaaacaaaGGCirrJ!tt Mrs. Frank Mixter ...125 IS ior,
Dr. Martin - Dentist
1715 Second Ave. Over The London
A m 'aoux '"tow -00 aoi -oao
iTTJnf 1.1m 9li!l-p; 1
-taioqumvin paj Ji.j:.,ijjoju'rt.-A'H
..xoino os ohd x.noo ajhi.,
OFFERED ARE STILL IN FORCE, CUT ONLY A FEW LEFT.
COME EARLY FOR THESE SNAPS.
GET YOUR SHARE OF THE GOOD THINGS IN THE FORMER
Carpet Co. Stock
324-326-328 Brady Street,
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLOND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits. Money Loaned on l'ersonal Collateral or Heal Estate Security.
I'iiil Mitchell, Tresident.
II. V. Hull, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
IJegan the business July 2, 1ST1)
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lyndo building.
It. H. Cable.
William II. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
H. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hur&L