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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. JUXE 12. 1907.
Is the Accept
TO HAVE YOUR EYES PROP
ERLY ATTENDED TO.
J. RAMSER WILL EXAMINE
YOUR EYES FREE OF
CHARGE AND WILL TELL
YOU THE EXACT CONDITION
NO GUESS WORK BUT
Inspector for C, R. I. & P. and
C, B. & Q.
Jeweler and Optometrist. Oppo
site Harper Hoyse.
ON JULY FOURTH
yon will need your newest and
best attire, aiiil comfort deman Is
that it he the cu'dc.-t and nui'd.
comfortable m sssilIc Dnr selec
tions of summer fabrics is
quite exclusive, ami contains a'i
tin- latest novelties and standard
goods. Let us make you up a
suit that will be the perfection
of style and lit.
E. F. DORN.
1128 Second Ave.
The latest, most attractive,
and newest designs of ice cream
for your weddins repast, Oris;'
nated anil made only by V. .?.
Math the fancy confectioner and
ice cream man.
This Bridal Rose has a ve.y
neat apcarance, serves well an 1
is up to snuff.
Inquire about it, price is reas
onable and satisfaction is guar
Ogden's Orchestra every day.
Moving Pictures every night.
This week: "Araboo Hunt,"
"Horrible Adventure," 'De Tho
Petersen's Band and Dancing
We serve meals.
Chute the Chutes.
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
jj MATH'S I
S FANCY BAKERY AND CON- Q
j FECTIONERY. 8
q 1710 Second Avenue 8
8 . Both Phonat. 0
CLEAN 'EM AGAIN
Islanders Take Second Game
From Bloomers, Although
by a Close Score.
PLAY BETTER ALL AROUND
Gunch Hits When They Do Most Good
Visitors Work Squeeze to Get
Single Tally In.
The I. -landers handed the Hloomeiy
mother km. m yesterday afternoon de
flating tin in by a score of 2 to 1, an 1
also taking a mote sine hold ait i.i.
(op of the ladder. Xeal was on t Ii -lab
for Tithe's men and he had th:
visitors well in hand during the ctitiio
gallic, kci liiiii; the six .Mii:;lid made bv
them well scatieied, xcept ill the see-
end when liiey hit. nini for two sin.uh s
and scored I ie'ir only run. "'lied ' X' l-
on tlie slab lor the visitor-; pjteh.'l
an exceedingly j;ood &aine of ball, com
sidti ins i he ii.ud hitt.-is that he wv ;
throwing too. lie had all the curve,
that a good twirl.'!' needs and t hi.,
weie bin. i in d lime different limes
Tillies' a';i elation secured its
lit.,: run in. the loiirth inning. Swalm
led off with a : in:;Ie and stole second.
.Murphy hi! to lien. , it and he failed t
pick the spin re in time to cut him o.'t
at tirst. He tried to steal after tw.
util es had been .ailed on O'I.eary but
catcher Wilson i'.ic.v him out at lav
fame lime letting S ;: m to thira.
O'Leary liit to Stiydi r and lie threw to
lleiluil at t'uiid and tile latter iniss.'d
the bail, lettiiu; Swalm in. Yaudir.e
iiit for a two bather. Wanner w.i.:
jiiven a pass. Tilie tipped a shot;
one to Ncl.-on, who helped compl-a e
a neat double, cutting off O'I.eary a:
home plate and Tihe at first.
rrril in M'trnth.
The second run was made in th-'
seventli. wanner opened and was
Kivcn a pass to tirst. Tij;he sacrificed.
larger im to Snyder and was thrown
out at tirst. After the ball left Sn;
der's hand Wanner came home for th
winning score. Cook singled mid No:
followed with another sin;;le. Coo
tried hard to make third sack on the
sing'e but was thrown out by Graham
closing the inniim. The Islanders hit
for two singles in the eighth. T'l
visitors secured their only run in Ml
second inning, on a suuec.e play. Coil-
ners opt ned with a single. Heck sn
riliced udvniicin:; him to s -cond, an I
(iiaham singled advancing I onncrs to
third. Kbnhi Inintcd the : pneri; lii'o
the infield and before the bt'.Il could
tie(e ( oiiiu i s came home. uso i
hit to Xeal, who threw to Hen;c
throwing out Graham who was playing
off second, Wilson so ins to first on ;'
fielder's choice hut w as t in own out o;
the attempt to steal. The score:
HOCK ISLAND A H.
Swalm, if 4
K. II. l
1 1 1
A Candy Cathartic will cure
constipation. For Torpid Liver,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. Chil
dren like them pleasant as'
Box of 10 tablets 10c
Box of 36 tablets 25c
Sample free for the asking.
Fourth Ave. and Twentieth
Tho most sensational act in
Vaudeville. All this wcol
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEA
SON OF 1907 FOR DANCING
PARTIES, SOCIETIES, PUB
LIC AND PRIVATE MEET
INGS OF ALL KINDS.
Everythina; repainted and rcilecorat
ed and put in first class shape.
I Telephone for open dates.
Murphy, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
O'Leary. c 4 0 1 3 1 0
Vandine, ob 4 0 2 1 2 3
Wanner, 2b 2 1 0 7 2 o
Tighe, lb 2 0 0 It n ti
Herder, ss 3 0 1 4 5 0
Cook, cf 3 0 1 2 t) 0
Neal, p ;) 0 1 0 5 0
Totals 29 2 7 27 10 c
BLOOMING TON ..AH. R. II. V. A. I.
Donovan, if 4 Olio o
Snyder, ss 4 0 0 1 5 1
I lei belt. ;:h I 0 1 1 :: 2
Gunnel:-, If 2 1 1 0 0 'l
Heck, lb 2 0 Hit 0 u
Giaham. cf .', 0 I o 1 a
Kliri.nht, 2i 2 0 112 o
Wilson, e :; ii i) i 2 n
Nek on, p ;; o i n 4 .1
Iliis by innings:
Hock Island ... .0 n
2 0 0 2 2 7
lloil "i i;
HlnoiiiiiiKtoii 0 2
Score by innings:
tock Island o o o l o rt i u j
Blooiiiinnton . ...o 1 o o o o o u ti i
I'wo base hit Vandine. Sacrifice
hits- !! ck. Graham, Ian.ii!, Tii;hu.
Slob p, bases Swalm. Donovan. Pas;
balls Wilson. 2. Struck out-By
.Nelson. ."; by Neal. 1. Ha ;. s on bails
Off Neal, 2; off Nelson. 2. Double
lay s Nelson Snyder Heck. Nelson
Wilson He! k. Time of n.i me I r 2."i
I'mmre Car i-,r hers.
Itnl.hils Mroim in MiMh.
Cedar Uapiiis. dune 12. Cedar Uap-
ms won. i to (i. by a batting rally ii
the Hint':, which v
CKDAH HA BIDS Jl. 11. P. A. K.
Davis, If i 2 i n
al;es, c f i 1 -
Shaw, if i i ; i ,
Howard, 2b 0 1 ;; ;;
l.iz.ett, lb ti o : 2 0
Simon, c o i i; u u
CleviiiKer. ss 2 2 2 "
Spencer. V.U 1 o f u j
Hiishelinan, p o o u ,
;;Crandall l o u u a
Total 7 S 27 11 !
SPRING FIELD R. H. p. A. R
Thornton, cf n o n i
Bol'.v, If 0 I o o o
Doyle, :ih 2 4 2 "
Novacek, if o o o o m
Smith, lb 1 2 D! 1 i
Hushes. 2b 2 2 2 '' 1
Scharnweber, ss 1 1 :: 4 I
I. ud wig, c o 2 2 2
Sttiser. p o o o 3 o
Total t; u 2.". ir, ;
Bat tod for Btishelmaii in ninth.
Cedar Rapids ...o o 1 2 0 o 0 0 47
Springtield 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 ',
Stolen bases Howard (2). Simo.i.
Doyle 12). Smith. Two base hits--Scharnweber,
Ludwig. Oakes. Douiib
plays Steigci to Scharnweber to
Smith; Howard to Li.zett. St nick out
By Biisnelmar., byS'eigerl. Bas:,
an balls off Bushelman, off Steiger,
2. Hit by pitched ball By Biisheim.i i.
1: by Steiger, 1. I'mpiro Set ley.
Took l.mur l.nrly.
Clinton. .June 12. Peoria had four
runs before Stauffer relieved Eul in the
middle of the first inning. Davids ei
of Peoria was ordered out of the game
for contesting ; decision of I'mpire
O'Connc!!. The score:
CLINTON. H. II. I
Thiery. if 1 0 2
Davidson, If 1 I n
Di rringer. If o o 1
Beuer, ;;b tl 0 I
Swacina, lb 1 1 in
Egan, 2b 1 2 1
Doimi Uy, cf 0 2
Ei iekson, c . . : o o S
Kay nionii, ss o o 1 2 o
lastman. n 1 1 0 1 ti
Totals t 7
PEORIA 11. H.
Berg, ss 0
1 la n od, ;ib 0 1
Crockett. 1b 0 o
Vogel, 2b 1 0
Oh'an, If 1 1
Wi bber. i f 0 1
Curtis, cf 0 1
Smith, c 0 1
Eul, p o o
Stauffer, p 0 o
I .". 0
Totals 2 7
Peoria 4 1 o o o o o 0 0 r
Clinton 0 o 0 o o 2 0 o o :
Two base hit Berg. Stolen bases- -Egan,
Curtis. Struck out By Ea-'
man. S; by Stauffer, 2. Bases on ha!!;;
Off Eastman. 5: off Eul. 1. Passcl
ball Erickson. Hits Off Eul, 2; off
Stauffer, ". Time l::;o. Umpire--
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Decatur has sold Catcher Ed Krebs
to Vickshurg and will use Berry, th
new man, for utility. It is said that
$luo was paid for Krebs. Decatur has
been carrying a heavy salary load, six
high priced pitchers and three catchers
mating up the money as fast as it ca:i
be taken in at the gate.
President Holland has notified Presi
dent Kinsella of the Springfield club
hat. if he considers himself manager
of the team ho is indefinitely suspend
ed as a. result of his attack upon Um
pire Wheelock at Decatur a couple of
weesk ago. If he is not manager then
he is notified he must keep off th
field when his team is playing.
Innolder Jim Dolehanty has been
sold by the St. Louis Americans to
Washington. The consideration is not
i made public.
CITY WANTS PAY
East Moline Asks Street Rail
way Company for Cash
for a Franchise.
ARE WiDE APART ON TERMi
Five Cent Fare to Rock Island and al
Intervening Pomts and Limit of
Time to 20 Years.
Kast Moline makes demand of
eiat terms lrom the Moline. Ko
land & Eastern Hail way company 1:1
let in ii foi a franchise through ti.a
city. 1 he comiiany a week .10 s.n.
mitted an ordinance providing a :,
year franchise. I his was reh ired i
a committee and Ken wort hv A.- Kie
wotthy of Hoik Island engaged to a
sist City Attorney A. H. .lohnsoii i t
diawim; up aaotiitr ordinace embodv
in the dt maads of the city. This ha
now been completed and is beiuj; iv -i
consideration hv the company. An at
tempt to m-t together will be made a'
another meeting of thi coiiik ii in th."
Five-cent fare fiom I Cast Moline
Hoik Island and all inierveniii:'
points. The payment of the company i i
the city of $in.ouo the first year o",
the oiiiation of the franchise a'ld
$1,ihio a year thereafter.
The iimiting of the peii'd of
fitinchise to twenty years.
Ti rniN til' (lie iiiiimii.
Th.e proposition of the companv
embodied these chii f points:
Five-cent fare to Molne and t i
The use of the company's tracks bv
any other company so i out rai t in
with the enfranchised compiiny and
complying with the provisions of th.;
The use of the company'.-, poles fu
tile stringing of the lire and police
alarm wires of the city.
The furnishing of seven
lights by the company.
Th.e franchise embodied th
points of that ruently grantei
st i ei ;
RECORD OF THE
. 1 7
Rock Island 26
Cedar Rapids , 20
W. L. Pet.
Chicago :;o ir, .0M
Cleveland "o 17 .t!:'.S
Detroit 2a 17 .'''
Philadelphia 21 21 .5 M
New York 2'i 22 .47d
St. Ixiuis P.t 2S .Ml
Washington 11 27 .:! 1 1
Boston i.' :;o
W. L. IV!.
Chicago "a lo .77
New York ::i 11 .;'
Philadelphia 27 17 .t'.M
Pittsburg 2:: is
Boston IS 27 .-loo
Cincinnati is 2S
Brooklyn L" ::o .''-'
St. Louis la :'' -2i'J
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Hock Island. 2: Blooniington, I.
Clinton, 2: Peoria, ...
Cedar Rapids, 7: Springfield, t;.
Chicago, a; Philadelphia. '! H in
nings). Pittsburg. 7; Brooklyn. 4.
Cincinnati. 1-7: Boston, 2-a.
St. Louis, 7; New York, S.
Washington ("hit ago, rain.
Boston. 2: Cleveland, o.
Philadelphia. 0; St. Louis, 3.
New York, 2; Detroit. 10.
Machine Shop and Au
In addition to our general ma
chine and repair shop, we have
added an "auto" repair depart
ment and put a competent una
in charge who has had a thor
ough training in that line. We
solicit a share of your work, and
guarantee satisfaction. Our ma
chine shop is one of the largest
in this vicinity, and equipped
with the latest machines and
tools. Any contract or jolr
work will have our best atten
tion and lowest price. No job
too small for us. We build
special machinery and assist in
ventors in completing their
ideas. We build the Kuhnen
Stationary, Portable and Marine
Kuhner Engine and
P.03 to "OX, Fourth street.
Rock Island, III.
Louisville, 4-4 ; Kansas City, -l (first
j.ame 10 innings).
Toledo, o; St. Paul, n.
Columbus, (1; Minneapolis, 1.
Indianapolis, 2-3; Milwaukee, 32.
Dayton, 5; Grand Ha phis, 1.
Springfield, I; South Bend. 0.
Wheeling, ): Evansville, 0.
Canton, 1; Telle Haute, :t.
WESTKHN LEAGl K.
Omaha. :'. ; Denver, 2.
I iccolu, 0; Des Moines. I.
Sioux City. !t; Pueblo. .".
IOWA I. K AG IE.
Mar.-halliown. .lacksonville, l',.
Ked.iik, .r: Oituinwa, I.
Waterloo, C; (Jiiiniy, o.
Burlington, ti; Osktiloosa. In.
PAWNEE BILL'S SHOW
COMES TO DAVENPORT
Has all Features of Big Circuses and
Draws Large Crowd at After
Davenport wa ; invadi d today '
Tawiee Bid and hi:; gnat Wild Wis
and Far East t how. In a ,,vj; pu; a:
'mis morning, elephants, camels, bu.-
lalocs, ponies, btoncimes, and all t't
paiapiiei nalia of the show wound th.
way wiroug n the streets. On the hacl;.-
. . r . I : i i . .
' ..imiiais. aii'i 111 ine n.in.eroi-
huge and gaudy caravans wen se.it-' i
the men and wonn n who go to m,i.
1 the human clement in a great . ho.s
II itrescntal iv tviie-? of n:iti.m:i!' l..-
tht' most divtise drawn treaa i. .
oi in r of the Ci.rtii.
At the iiead of tile paiade. with bi :
sombrero ami flowing hair, lode a
picture: ipie figure of a man w ho is
known far and wide in two continen
not alone through his lnagnilicent show,
but more particularly as one of r'a
heroic leaders who b ad a chosen ha-. 1
to the fertile regions of the west and
made progress and civilization puss'
l-le in that region. Pawnee Bill, in a ;
nilieently niotinted. In aded a band l
Next in interest to Pawnie IM1
came Miss Mae Lillie, riding her
motis black horse, but rat hoi to the dis
appoint men I of the spectators she ca -i
ied neither rifle nor gun.
The procession c!os d w ith a baa i
of uii Indians in three compani- .
dtawn lrom Pawnees. Sio.ix and Ch.-
lines. The l'awnee In iiau s. who iia-.i
made Pawnee I.ill tieir. wiiite chief
the only white man thus honored, held
the right of way, hidioii. 'v daub 1
with war paints.
Great ciowds attended the aftenirvm
pcrforamnce beginning at 2 o'clock a ' i
was fully up to expectations. Anoile i
performance will be given at S o'cloe',,
SPIRITUALISTS' PROGRAM OUT
Mississippi Valley Association Meets at
Clinton July 28-Aug. 25.
The UTitb annual camp meeting ei
the Mississippi Valley Spiritualists' as
association will open on Sunday, Ju'y
2S, at Clinton, Iowa, and will close
Aug. 2a. It will be tin anuivoisarv
meeting, and wid have many special
fiatiiiis of entertainment. HundieiU
of spiritualists from till portions of the
United States are expected to be in at
tendance during the four weeks of the
The program has just appeared. In
it are the names of many of the most
prominent lecturers and mediums en
the spiritualistic platform. As a spe
cial feature the announcement of an
address by Hon. Champ Clark of Mis
souii is made.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
( Ci'tit inni'd from I'.iK'' Two.)
time with their aunt. Miss Nola Ek
strom. Miss Blanche Kell of Milan spent
Sunday here with her cousin, Miss Bes
Frank Clark and wife of Longinon'.
Col., are expected here soon. Mr-.
Clark's father. Rev. H. L. Knox, i
coming with iliem, having been called
out there by Frank's illness.
Mrs. Mary Freytag is visiting rela
t.vi s in Hock island.
Miss Rosa Wolf is staving at A. Ken
nans during mis;; ivniiy itoyies Slav
Flank Keim was in Hock island Fri
day. DRUNKENNESS CURED.
It will be gratifying to all lovers of
temperance and a happy home to know-
that, a simple and a scientific cure for
the whisky and beer habit has be.
discovered. Orrine never fails to cure
drunkenness if it is used in accordance
with the simple directions h. the pack
ago, and the discoverer has so much
confidence in the treatment that we
are authorized to sell it with an abso
lute guarantee to effect a cure or the
money will be refunded.
It is in two forms; No. 1 to be given
secretly, and No. 2. for those who wish
to be cured. $1 each. Mothers and sis
tern have told us of husband.-: and
brothers who since they were given
Orrine, in many casts without their
knowledge, have lost all desire for
drink, and we are glad to reccommeud
the remedy. Mail orders filled. The
Orrine company, Washington, D. C. or
Harper house pharmacy.
Has your stomach gone out of busi
ness? If so you can reach the to;n
notch of physical and mental power
by using llolllster's Rocky Mountain
Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Hrr
per house pharmacy.
take five cents
What's the use of worry ic.rj. anyway? You can worry youroelf
sick, but worr won't pay the rent, or the grocer, or the milkman, or
whatever elne it may be that is iroubling you. Far wise to sit down
and do a liiCc calculating 'iure out some way to get hold of a lit
tle money to meet an obligation that must be met anyway and that
will take a big load off your mind if paid right away.
You car. coir.a to us for resistance, "on the quitf when you don't
want your friends to know of your temporary, embarrassment, ani
when you are not in a pos tion tosecure a bank accommodation.
We acvancc money privately on household furniture, pianos,
horses, wa'jons. buggies, cow-,, etc., and the property remains in your
own possession undisturbed. You can get the money today many
times within an hour or tc.
Figure it up and see if a loan will help you then call, write cr
telephone us and we'll be gla-J to tell you about our easy and con
venient plan. The easietst terms and the best rates in the city.
Write for our interestiu j booklet, "Money Ttalks," free.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
mi m m i.i. t i.vmm; iii.ik k, iioom :ts, hock island.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m., and Saturday evenings. Telephone
wrst 514; new telephone 6011.
CYRUS With Coaster and John Koch Tires S27.50
WESTMI N STER With Coaster and cheap tires . . S21.00
WESTMINSTER Without Coaster S1G.00
RIDE THE JOHN
" OO -"-GOG OGG OOG GO"COO OOOOO CO
I I -.IV '.I
If Dr. Martin Does It
1715 Second Ave. Over The London
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cured in one to
three days. Its action on the system
Is remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cane and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits; $ 3 cents and $1.
a package of
You'll hit the mark
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
With Coaster Brake and
KOCH BRAND OF TIRES.
Z OC COG OGG OOGOOOGOOO COOOOOO C
A tooth lillfd
in tiin! saves
not only thti
tootli, but un
toM 1'u t urc u t'
1'erint?. A tootli Kived in your
Hurt a Bit.'
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
nue, Rock Island; Gustave Schlegel &
oon, 220 West Second street, Davenport.
When yon feel the need of a pill tak.?
a DeWitt Little Early Riser. Sold by