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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JUNE 18, 1907.
The one-price liat. and the priv
ilege of the choices select ion,
Lloyd can give yon the best val
ues anil the most becoming ft)
sr, g, $s, sio
LAND ON HOWARD!
Senators Make Over Dozen Hits
and Win Outin a Driv
Knox Straw Hats.
Harper House Block.
ISLANDERS GET GOOD LEAD
flee hit Thornton. Hit by pitched
ball Dowers. Wild pitch Moore.
IIIimmikth I'IdInIi Knot.
Bloomington, June 18. Crandall was
hit hard, but poor base running co.il
many runs. In the nintn, witn me
same apparently lest, Bloomington
bunched four hits and tied the- scor-j.
Two more in the tenth won the gam-.
Thcrson was wild and Syfert retire!
him in the fourth. Score:
Looks Like Easy Money Till Fifth,
When Things Begin to Happen
7 " !
The Despair of
Is tho suit of clothing that is
made by an artist tailor, and that
defies duplication by any other.
That is the kind of clothing woi'i
by those whom we measure, tit
and make look as swell as any
man can look whose clothing is
of the most exquisite stylo an 1
make, as it is when made by
E. F. DORN,
1128 Second Ave.
Rock Island at Springfield.
Cedar Rapids at Biouniingtoii.
Dubuque at Peoria.
Clinton at Decatur.
Springfield, 111., June IS. After hav
ing a lead of four runs in the fifth in
ning, the Islanders lost, to Springfield
through a batting bee in which the
Senators ran in scores enough to win
by a narrow margin. Howard appeared
to have matters well in hand during the
earlier stages of the contest, but the
home batters began to find him in th
tilth, and in the eighth, aided by a bun
glo or two, they pushed three over an
auitine s Hitting was a feature, one
of his three safeties being for tv
basis. Swalm and Wanner were also
taetc with extra base hits. Score:
OLeary, lb ...
Vaudiue, :!li ...
Wan iter, 2b . . .
Kiig. c .'
i'. a. i:
2 o l
BLOOM INUTOX. It. II. P. A. K.
Doonvan, If 0 1 2 1
Snyder, ss 0 0 1 5 n
Herliert, oh 0 1 2 1 I
Kuhn, lb 0 ( 9 0 (i
Beck, rf 1 2 0 1 0
Graham, cf 1 Z 2 0
Lbright, 2b 1 1 5 5 1
Wilson, c 1 Z !) Z 0
Syfert, p n 2 0 2 o
Therson, p 0 0 0 0 U
Total 4 Z 30 IS .!
Ci:i).R RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. K.
Davis, If 0 2 2 0 J
Oakes, cf 1 2 0 0 0
Shaw, if 1 2 0 0 o
Howard, lb 1 0 it 1 1
Boyle, 2b t 0 4 2 1
Clevinger, ss 0 0 4 4 I
Spencer, Zb 0 2 0 2 0
Simon, c It 2 ; Z 1
Crandall, p 0 0 2 2 0
Total Z 10 27 14 2
Bloomington ..0 u 0 (I o 0 0 o 14
Cedar Rapids . 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 li J
Thornton, cf . .
Doyle, :;l ... .
Xovacek, rf ...
Hughes, 2b ...
Sella ruwi her, s:
Ludwig. c ....
.2 2 o
.1 2 :;
Springfield . .
out By Moore
o 1 it o o ii ti n-
.... o ii ii i i ii :; -
h i t s Va n ( I in e. Wan nor.
, Doyle, Swalm. Struck
; by Howard
Two base hits Oakes, Shaw. Sp
ccr, Simon. Struck out By Therson
L, iiy syiert, 2; by crandall, i. Hases
on bal's Off Therson, Z; off Cranda'i
I. Hit by pitched ball Kuhn. Stol
basts Snyder, Herbert, Graham (-
libright, Speueer. Umpire Patten.
Millie Hut Tlirt-r lliln.
Decatur. June IS. Three scattered
hits were all Clinton could regist-
gainst Pitcher Bolin
DKCATUR. R. H. I'
Moore, ss .
Prout. 2b . .
Purtell. ;;b .
Jeffries, rf .
Powell, e . .
Bolin, p ...
. . .0
. . .ii
RECORD OF THE
W. L. Pei
Rock Island 29 14 .671
Decatur 20 14 yT;
Springfield 24 15 .;r
Peoria 2:; 17 .57.-.
Cellar Rapids 22 20 .521
Clinton 20 22 A
Blooniington 12 2ii .UP;
Dubuque c Zi .Kid
AM EUJ CAN L11G UK.
W. L. P-.-
Chicago -J2 17 .r.."i 1
Cleveland Z'2 1! .1127
Detroit 27 IS .11-1 1 1
Philadelphia 27, 22 .551
New York 22 21 .ITS
St. Ioitis 21 Zl .1"!
Washington 15 2!) .'J 4 1
Boston 17 .uio
W. L. Pet
Chicago :;!i 11 .r-i i
New York Z2 It; .i;i;7
Philadelphia :;o PI .r.12
Pittsburg 2i; 111 .57S
Boston 21 2! .120
Cincinnati 20 31 . .:"iJ
Brooklyn 17 :il
St. Louis 11 40 .2.V.I
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Springfield, 5; Rock Island, 4
Peoria, 5; Dubuque, ;!.
Decatur, "; Clinton. 2.
Blooniington, 1; Cedar RapiiL
innings). NATIONAL LEAGL'E
Chicago, 2; Boston, 1.
Cincinnati, 1; New York, 9.
St. Louis, 0; Brookhfi, 2.
Pittsburg. Philadelphia, 7.
New York. I; Chicago,
Louis, 1 1 ( morning).
Louis, 1 ( alteration
I ; CIcv land. 1.
1; Detroit. 5 (Hi ii
on halls Oft Howard. 1. Double
Bel get - Wanner O' Lea ry. Sacri-
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Ilerrod. Il'u .
Oliland, If ..
Riggs, cf ...
Voge!, 2b ..
Dudley, if .
I'mon. c . .
Lelivelt. p .
1 1 1
Total 2 Z 24 10
Decatur 2 0 1 Z (I 0 0 :: G
Clinton 0 11 1 u ti 11 1 11 11
Two base hit Prout. Three ba-
hit Wagner. Double plays Moore-
Prout; Wagaer-Mooie-Teiinaut. Sacri
fice hits Prout, Powell, Burg, Herro 1,
Yogel. Struck out By Bolin, 1: bv
Lelivelt, o. Basts on balls Off Bolin,
;olf Lelivelt, 2. Hit by pitched bi'I
Iiy Jiolm, l; hy Leltvclt, 1. I nip:ie
luluiie 1Iiik Wt-lf.
Pioriu. June is. Pt-oria hunch--d
hits in the sixth and eighth and won
close, brilliant, game from Dubiupie.
PEORIA. R. II.
Thiery, rf n 11
Derringer, rf 1 1
Davidson, If 2 :
Hewer, Ub 2 2
Swacina, lb 0
Us a 11. 2 b 0
Boston, I : St
Columbus, 2; Milwaukee, 1 (11
Toledo. 15; Kansas City, 11-4.
Louisville. 1; M iimt apolis. ij.
Indianapolis, S; St. Paul. 4.
CICNTRA L LEAGUE.
Terre Haute. 1; Canton. 2.
South Bi nd. 2; Davton. pi.
Evausville. 7; Wheelina;. 5.
Grand Rapids. 1; Springfield
Marshalltown. 1; Burlington,
Waterloo. S; Keokuk, 2.
Quincy, 1 : Ottum wa. 1.
Jacksonville, ij; Oskahjosa, 4.
Denver. 5; Lincoln. S.
: For -
LIGHT OR DARK PATTERNS NEWEST STYLES SHAPE RE
TAINING COATS AND TROUSERS, SLIGHTLY PEG TOP, WITH
CUFF. EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
$10, $12.50 and $15
In the Yacht, Sailor or Panama Slyb
FANCY VESTS - New HOSIERY ".!eris in
tho new nt ra ti slials;
Styles reeeivwl today.
Site values ZoCl - l"i' S1.00.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEA
SON OF 1907 FOR DANCING
PARTIES, SOCIETIES, PUB
LIC AND PRIVATE MEET
INGS OF ALL KINDS.
Everything repainted and rcdecorat
ed and put in first class shape.
Telephone for open dates.
CONCERT EVERY DAY.
This week's moving pictures:
ASCENDING MT. BLANC.
Come out and be happy.
Try a meal at the inn.
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
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 Yrork, Pa
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. .N.Hampshi-c
Northern Ins. Co New Yorli
Security Ins. Co... New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford. Ill
Connecticut Fire Ins.Co.ofConnectic.it
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
Atlantic l it, . J.
Directly on the ocean front: fireproof
i-.m-f-pt-Hn ti;in; rit-iween tlu- two lainotis
pi.-rs: rapacity, r.oo. Sea ami fresh wa
ter ti.itlis uttaeheif to suites and public.
superior Rrm ami cafe.
ItOYYAitl) W. OAttftfsOV
yt For Drankanness, Opium,
JCMaF "orphine and
iTJB Vo"1" Drug Using,
- . ii r the Tobacco Habit
a -W IlKTITHTF
I II U I I U I L.
Erickson, c .
Moore, p ...
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
& Stesiirig f
GOT HIS HAIR BACK.
Was Perfectly Bald When He Started
to Use Ncwbro's Hcipicide.
Frederick Manuel!, Maryland Mock.
houht a iiottle of New
Hollo Prow n. la.-t year wi:"n Wate
i) in the Iowa h autte, has joined t!
ts and is playing first.
lro"s I Ietiieid'' April i, is:1'.', and heau
to use it for etitite i'tildti' :--. Tlu hair
follicles in his sea') wire not dead and
in - days he had hair all over his head.
On July 2 he writes, "and today my
hair is as thick and luxuriant as any
one could wish." Newhro's Herpicid..-
works on an old principle and vi:h a
new diriovety destroy the cause- and
ou remove the itfect. llerpicide tie
stroys the tieilii that causes (laiidrtitV.
lallins hair, and finally haidiic.-s. so
Miat, with tl'.e cause pnie, the el'fi e!
cannot rintain. Stops falling hair at
once and a new growth starts. ?p!d by
leading dr1tt;i;ists. Send in ctnts i:i
t tamps for sample to tii-j llerpieid -
lconipaiiy IVtroit, Mich. Two sizes. ."ii
cents and ?l. I. li. I nomas, special
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
Morton L. INI, of Lebanon, Intl.,
says: "My v.ii'e had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
iiinl face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had culit physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Cure for rheumatism. It cave
immediate relief and s;':ie was able to
walk about in three days. 1 am sure it
saved her life." Sold by Otto Crotjan,
1501 Second avenue, - Kock Island:
Gustav Sclilev-.el & Son, West Sec
ond street, Davenport.
Monte McFariand, the ex-manacer i f
Clinton, is playing the outfit Id for Ok
lahoma City in the Western association.
Peoria fans tave Manager DonneHy
a hunch of posies when he- first step
ped to the plate Sunday. And de
team lost, miserably, overwhelmingly.
Ceiiins, 2b 1!
27 13 1
P. A. K.
Pitcher Jones l.as jumpeil Dubuipte,
objectinj; to paying a line. Curney fol
lowed ljini and the two kit a hole itt
the team it will he hard to fill.
John Kay of Tepeka, has been Riven
the post of manager of Uubtupie to
succeed Claud Stark. The latter has
many offers but is expeeied to go tj
Pdixuiiinston has taken on AI Kuhn.
formerly with Decatur and tried ami
found wanting this season by Torre
Haute. He has been placed at first
and Peck returned to the outer garden.
A Fortunate Texan.
Mr. K. W. Coodioe, of 1"7 St. Louis
St., Dalas Tex. says: "I nthe pa-t
year I have become acquainted wi-h
Dr. Kind's New Life Pills, and no lax
ative 1 ever before tried o eltectu.il'y
disposes of malarial and biiiousues."
They don't grind nor gripe. 25c at W.
T. Hartz's drug store, o'.'l Twentieth
All stomal di troubles are tpiickly re
lieved by taking a little Kodol aft-:
each meal. Kodol goes directly to the
seat of trouble, strengthening the di
gestive organs, digests what you e;.
Sold by all druggists.
J CLHeS IIIEUMAIISM. KEIPLOI. SCI-.
1 . - .JJ TIC A, AND kINllkLO DISLA5L5.
V-.-JSy Money Refunded If It fall
For sale only hy
J. RAMSER. Jeweler and Optician,
Opposite Harper House.
We Have It
NEW ANTI TRUST POLICY OF
The kind you have been ask
ing for. Low rales. Fully guar
anteed. Kighteen nd one-half
million assets and re.-erve. Write,
giving age, for sample policy. Ad
dress E. A. Davis, Manager, Wash
ington Life Insurance Company,
Tribune Building, Chicago, 111.
Shultii, If ..
Kling, ?,b ..
Klem ing, rf
Wilder, p ..
Peoria ... .
Dubuque . . .
riliee hits Hadley. Long.- Base on
balls Off Moore. 1. Struck out I!y
Moore, -1; by Wilder, 4. Double plavs
Swacina-Dorringer-Kayinond ; Moore-
Swacina. Umpire Setley. Attendance
3 0 21 5 2
0 (1 0 1 0 2 0 2 .".
2 ii i o o o o o o :;
hit Genius. Three liase
Home run Bewer. Sac-
Our Navy Equal to Any.
United States naval officers arc not
willing to admit that the monster bat
tleships planned by Great Britain, Ja
pan and Italy are necessarily more ef
fective than our own ships, which are
smaller. They assume, that with our
seamanship, brains, marksmanship,
etc., our ships equal anything afloat.
In medicine most everybody admits the
supremacy of Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, especially in cases arising from
a bad stomach, disordered liver, weak
kidneys or constipated bowels. If you
are afflicted with any of these ailments
the very best thing you can do is to
start taking the Bitters at once. You'll
find it excellent in cases of poor ap
petite, heartburn, sick headache, cos-
tivenePs, dyspepsia, indigestion, crampa,
female ids or malaria, fever and ague.
The genuine has our private stamp
Kind Kognas and Schroeder, brougln
to Clinton fioin Minneapolis, were giv
en a try out in the infield, and proved
to be not fast enough for the Infants
fhey wire accordingly given tiieir re
We are to again see old Dal Wil
liams hack in the Throe-Kve. Wor '.
comes that l linton lias signed the loo
nier Kock Island backstop, who has
been playing with Fvausville. Though
Dal may not b-j much as a base run
ner and not overly last behind the bat
he is a terror to pitchers and ! ft
fielders. With him comes to Clinton
Eddie Boyle, outfielder, who was for
merly with Cedar Rapids.
Elegance in Wa.ll Paper
Like distinction of carriage 4 de
portment In humans, appeala to the
artlftie eye. There's a certain aub
tl "aomethiug" in papera we aelect
and aoll which apeaiia of style,
tasla and auperiority which people
appreciate. We ask you to see and
aelect wall decorations here at your
leinure, aa you will find our goods
priced very lor.
J Parldon Wall
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SPORTING GOODS STORE
1619 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
41 Seventeenth Street
liemlrr im all Klads of Ajitla
Farm ft ore.
g ing & Repair Company
fink nox sritixus AlfD
UAI1 MATT It ESSES.
I'r-holsterin-T. cabinet making.
reriioshms. mattress Piaknier. fur
niturc paekiu, carpet lay oik.
In all our K-'3 wn pay partic
ular atlent ion to, llrst. quality
an-1 o.'"eH"n-e of finish; sii-ond,
roinf-jrt; third, slylu and propor
tion. 203 Eaat Secootl St Uacaport.
The Dubuque Telegraph-Herald a;-k"
ed the fans to send in their critieist.is
of the team and they did so. Most of
the letters, however, were unprintable.
Some of those it was thought safe to
use lambasted the fans for thinking
they could run the tam better tha-i
the management. Others larruped the
management and wanted the citizen
to take hold of the team and handle it
on the referendum plan. Some wanted
higher priced players, some would fire
certain members of the aggregation
and one would have President iVgnt-.v
canned. Still another thought if Harry
Swalnt were brought back the team's
troubles would end then and there. 3o
far as is known ttono of the sugges
tions have been adopted as yet,;
All the newa all the time THE
The Chest with a Chill in It.
THE MERRICK OR STONE WHITE
Both boxes white line, guaranteed dry cool air, no dampness.
Those massive slabs of lining
material, joined tight as an aqua
rium, are Spotless WHITE and
of SOLID STONE!
Lawn Mowers, Gasoline Stoves, Ice Cream Freezers.
!over the neck of the bottle.