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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1907.
Our shirt stork is aglow with
light novelty checks ami stripes.
New helio, tan, green, blue ami
gray In silk, linens, mohair, and
$1.00 to $5.00
Made wilh or without collar,
73c, $1 and $l.5o. Pajamas iu
blue, helio. and pray, consisting
of silk, nainsook, and madras.
$1.50 to $4.00
Harper House Block.
The Despair of
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made by an artist tailor, and that
defies duplication by any other.
That is the kind of clothing worn
by those whom we measure, tit
and make look as swell as any
man can look whose clothing is
of the most exquisite style anl
make, as it is when made by
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1128 Second Ave.
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This week's moving pictures:
WHO IS WHO.
ALPS THROUGH A TELE
SCOPE. HORSE OF ANOTHER COLOR.
ME AND ME PALS.
Come out and be happy.
Try a meal at the inu.
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
GETS BAD SUPPORT
but Islanders Lose Game
to Peoria 7 to 6.
HOME TEAM IS 0UTHIT
Score Nearly Evened Up After Bad
Luck and Errors Had Put Distil
lers Long Way Ahead.
Rock Inland at Decatur.
('Hilton at Spi ingtiold.
Dubucpie at Bloomiiigton.
Cedar Rapids at Peoria.
Peoria. June 27. After losing the
:;ame in the third inning, when a com
bination of bad luck and errors put six
1 11 a over, the Islanders fell upon Cad
walladcr, hue of Minneapolis, and came
within one of winning out. Limdin was
on the slab for visitors, ami thou;
unusually wild, he nad easily the best
. ! his opponent ami should have won
with ordinary support. The ground
were in bad condition, but that did not
account for all the errors.
Nobody scored till the third, wiion
Raymond poked a hard one down tilt
lirst base line for a base. Cadwalladcr
sacrificed. Tint ry took one on the arm
and trotted to lirst. Davidson drew
lour wide ones, filling the bases. Bew
er was cut on an easy pop to Wanner,
but Swats busted one through l.undin
hat registered a base and scored Rav
mond. Kgan droppi d one to Vandine
which Van juried loim enough to per
mit Cadwalladcr counting and allowing
each sack to continue to hold a Distil
ler. I i ringer singled. Thieiv and Da
vidson walking home. Tricksou dump-
-d to licrger, lorcing Derringer at sce
ltd. Swat-, crossing the rubber. Erie
to ri ' (1 for second on the in -t ball over
and enticed Eng to trv for the patent.
To throw was wild, however. Egau
coring and Erickson scraniblcu bach
ai s.ikty to lirst. Raymond, up lor
the second time, was an easy out, I.uu-
iiin to ) l.carv, retiring trie side.
In the fourth the Distillers brought
home what p.ovcd to be the tinning
i tin . when Thiery singled, advanced on
Davidson's out, and scon d when Mur
phy fumbled Hewer's hiuh one in the
h it garden.
Iloiv lunl-rM ('ouiitnl.
A Ti xs leaguer by Murphy and a
scratch single to second by Vandine in
the lirst put Cadwalladcr in a hole, nut
he tightened, and no score resulted.
Thiery was slow in fielding Svvalin'.s
leaguer in the fifth after Cook had hit
out a one base beauty, permitting the
Islander center fielder to cross the plate
with the first run. ling dropped one to
left in the seventh that was too close
in for Davidson. Iicrgcr put one over
Derringer's head in center, ami the Is
lander ha.-e runner went to second and
third. I.imdin's drive to right scored
both. In the eighth, Cadwullader was
wild and passed Murphy and O'Leary
in succession. Vandine perished on a
roller to Egan. but Wanner put one
throttgh'to center that hii where the
elephant stood on his head ami bound
ed over Derringer's noodle. Murphy and
O'I.eary seorim:. Derringer's return of
the ball caught Wanner between sec
ond nnd third, but on the see-saw to
run him down Raymond threw wild
over Rower's head and the f eoond sack
er scored the sixth anil last run for
his side. Scoie:
ROCK ISLAND R. 1 1. P. A. E.
Swalm, rf ti l 1 u i
Murphy. If 1 1 u 0 1
A we'l-known physician, vrho
undoubtedly knows, declares that
Pad 1 reath has broken oil more
matches than Lad temper.
mere, are ardent
lovers who must
mouths to lie kissed.
Good teeth cannot
prevent b.ul breath
when the stomaeh is
The best cure for
bad breath is a
cleansing out of the
bodv lv nsf if
Medicine the lotiie laxative.
This is a herb medicine, sold in
250. and 50c. packages by drug
gists aud it is savins more dcx tor's
bills than any other medicine has
It cures headache, backache,
indigestion, constipation and skia
Dealera la all Klnda of Aatlaa
ing & Repair Company
fine: box springs and
Upholstering, cabinet making,
renithillR, mattress making, fur
niture packing-, carpet laying.
In all our goods we pay partic
ular attention to, first, quality
and excellence of finish; second,
comfort; third, style and propor
203 Et Seeoad St., Darraaort.
Both Pkonea, 7SS-X.
O'Leary, lb 1
Vandine, ob ()
Wanner, 2b l
En?, c 1
Uerger, ss l
Cook, cf i
Luudin, p o
0 13 0 0
1 4 2 0
1 1 3 l
2 2 4 1
1 U 1 ''
10 4 1
9 24 15 G
H- P. A. E.
0 1 0 (
0 2 2 0
1 11 1 0
1 1 0 It
0 5 1 I
1 2 :', I
0 0 0 il
5 27 S 1
l o 2 ii j
Iiiery, rf 2
Davklsoii, If 1
Hewer, 3b 0
Swacina. lb l
Lgan, 2b l
Derringer, cf o
Erickson. c o
Raymond, ss 1
Cadvvallader. p 1
Peoria ... .
l II 0 0
- - .0 0 G 1 0 0 0 t) 7
Two base hit
-Wanner. Stolen base
Rases on balls Of
Litndm, 0; olf Cadwalladcr, 3. Hit by
pitched ball -By Cadvvallader, 1. Siruvk
out By Limdin, 1; by Cadvvallader, 5.
Double plays Svvacina-Raymond ;
Cook-Wan ner. Empire Setley. Time
1:3d. Attendance 1 nun
illooiiit-rn Still Win.
Bloomingtoii, June 27. Bloomingtoa
hit Baker hard, the batting of Kuan
ami Graham being especially timely.
Nelson was w ild ami also was hit hard.
Donovan, i f . . . .
R. H P. A. E.
.2 1 0 ii )
.1 2 1 1 a
.0 2 12 0 J
At 0 1 1 !
.Ii 2 1 (I 'I
.0 2 3 4 ii
.' 2 2 11
0 (l 1 2 1
Kuhn. lb ..,
Beck, cf ..
W ilson, c ..
Nelson, p . .
Hiland, If .
Vcgel. ss ..
Riggs, if ..
Curtis, cf .
Lemon, c . .
Baker, p . .
1 n n
Three base hit
II 0 II it II
By X. Ison,
on halls Off
1: by Baker
Nel.-on. 5; off Baker !.
Stolen bases Wilson. Ehright. Carp
Lemon. Time l:3u. Empire Me
Namara. Attendance 3Su.
4 'oiiiiiioilorcs Knot tin IIiim-m.
Decaur. June 27. Decatur got hit.
at the right time and with fast vvoi!,
on nases scored an
HECATUK. K. H. p. A. E.
Moore, ss 1 0 4 1 1
l'loiit. 2h 1 11 3 1 o
Tcnnant, 11) 1 2 7-1 0
I'ortell, 3h -. . . 1 3 1- 1 (
Wagner. If 1 1 1 11 11
Potiiar, cf ii 11 ii it ,)
Jeffries, rf 11 1 2 0 ' .,
Powfll, c 0 0 s 11
Uaalon, p u 1 0 3 0
Total 5 X 27 7 3
ItlTU OUE R. H. p. ... E.
G nins. 2i 1 1 11 1 ,1
Iladley, .ss 1 1 (I 0 0
McGi'i. rf 0' 0 1 11
Posse, lh 1 2 ! 0 0
Long, cf 11 ;; n .j
Schul'z, if a 11 1 0 ;
Kling. 3h 11 1 3 1 2
O'Brien, e 0 0 7 0 0
W ilder, p 0 0 0 2 1
Total 3 (! 21 7 2
Decaur 1 0 0 11 11 2 2 0 :' 5
Dubuque 0 (I 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 .;
Two base hits Purtell, Bosse. Thre.
hase hits Purtell. Wagner. Genius.
St 1 uck out By llanlon, ! ; by Wilder.
7. Bases on balls Off llanlon. 7; olf
Wilder, 3. Hit by pitched ball By
llanlon, 1. Time l:lo. Umpire Car
ruthers. Win in Mnth.
Springfield, June 27. Springfield
won a fast game from Cedar Rapi is
by a score of 2 to 1. The locals scored
the winning run in the ninth with one
man out. Score:
Novacek, c ...
Hughes, 2h ...
Scharn weber, si
Campbell, rf ..
Total 2 S 27 10 I
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. E.
Davis, If 0 0 1 0 :i
Oakes, cf it 2 2 1 a
Shaw, rf 1 1 1 0 ti
Howard, 2b 0 1 1 4
Brown, lb ( 1 11 1 0
Cleviuger. ss 0 nolo
Spencer, 3b o l :: 0
Simon, c 0 1 0 1 0
Owens, p .- 0 1 0 4 0
Total 1 8 23 13 0
Springfield . .
Cedar Rapids .
Two base hits
0 0 0 (1 0 1 0 0 12
0 0 0 n 0 0 0 1 01
-Brown, Simon, Xova
bases Ruby, Howa.i!
Struck out By Becchcr, 4; by Owens
5. Pases on balls Off Beechcr. 1 ; ill
Owens, 1. Hit by pitcher Hughes.
Time 1:13. Umpire Allen.
When you feel the need of a pill taka
la DeWitt Little Early Riser. Sold b
1 a" druggists.
PATIENCE IS TRIED
President Spencer Not Satisfk d
With Showing the Team
PLAYERS ARE GOING WRONG
Couple of New Faces Likely to Appear
Unless There is an Immediate
Mending of Habits.
President Spencer is on the verge of
losing patience with certain menibjis
of the Rock Island team for some of
the things that have been going o.i.
Though he is not disposed to discuss
matters and has in the past resisted tilt;
temptation for summary action i:
seems nueiy mat unit ss lucre is an
immediate mending of habits by one
or two players there will be othe.-s
taking their places.
i ne loss oi i tie game ye.-teruav was
little less than an outrage, dropped a
it was on miserable' fielding iu t'K
early stages. Even though the Is
landers had been able to pound out it
victory at the lini.-ii lh re would ha.e
been little excuse for getting inW
such a hole. Instead of tin improve
meiit in form that several days' res
ought to have broiigiii ii semis till
onie ot the members wire actually ;n
worse sliape lor the liolalav.
airii of tin Thrrc-l-:c
Some of the Islanders s em to be bet-
to- on the bat than at bat.
We're down to third place and but a
hair from l'ourih but will be up again.
That's nothing, we once lost 1 ;
games straight and tucn came witliin
an ace of landing the rag.
Rock Island viry plainly shows the
need of a permanent first baseman.
O'Leary is too good a backstop to be
wasted at fust.
Peoria reports of the game give Cad
walladcr, the new recruit ftoin Minne
apolis, credit for pitching winning ball
yesterday. The store shows different
ly, for Limdin had it on the former
Rock Islander at every turn.
Peoria has resumed agitation for a
lengthening of the season. In view oi'
the fact that the most of the post pone. 1
games ave on the southern grouni
.m i I the northern ham.- would have t i
play olf the extras away Item home
the project is not looked upon wi'ii
particular favor here.
CORNELL IS AHEAD
Varsity Eight Again Win Inter
collegiate Regatta on the
COLUMBIA CROWDS HARD
Most Exciting Struggle Over Entire
Four Miles of Course Wiscon
sin Freshmen Triumph.
Poughkecpsie, N. Y.. June 27. Cor
nell won the vai'Mlv eigilt oaii d race,
at the iiitctco'legiate regatta lor the
eighth time last evening, in the most
exciting coin c.-l ever rowed over the
four-mile Poimhkccp.-ic course. Cor
nell's time vvas Jiei'2 2-3. Colamliii
was second. Naval Academy third.
Penusy lvatlta fourth, Wisconsin liftu.
Georgetown sixth. Syracuse did not
finish, her sin 11 being swamped half a
mile liom the tiui-h.
The Ithacans wen bv the narrowest
margin from Columbia and until th"
finish line was crossed and the judge s
announced that Cornell had won, the
spectators were in doubt as to whim
crew won. Coined and Co'.nmbi 1
fought for the honois of the race over
the whole lour miles ami at no time
during the utile distance wire th?
two shell- mote than 23 fei t apart.
Alli-rimlc in. (lie I. fail.
Columbia led tor over thiee mil'
ami Coinei: look the lead only to lose
it to Columbia again. In the last l'io
feet of the race Cornell, by a tremenl
oils spurt shot the nose of her she 1
out into the lead and swept over the
finish under the glare of the searca
light on hoard 'he United States Mon -tor
Arkan-as. five f el ahead of Colum
bia. The Annapolis crew rowed .1
magnificent race and finished two
lcnghts behind Columbia.
Syracuse captured the honors of tho
varsity four-oared shells from Cornell.
Pennsylvania and Columbia, which, fin
ished two lengths ahead of Cornell anl
its time over the two-mile course was
iMi'iHixin I'rcMhlcN W in.
Wisconsin won the freshman cigkt
oared shell race over the course if
two miles, leading Syracuse over the
finish line by one length and covering
the distance in a:l3. Pennsylvania was
third. Columbia fourth. Cornell fifth.
Columbia rowed the hist quart ernn.e
with an almost water-logged she'd
which filled near the stern whe.n three,
feet of the planking was ripped out bv
striking a submerged log.
Tile varsity race was postponed un
til after 7 o'clock, on account of rough
wah r. Twenty thousand people sa-v
BRUT-NELSON FIGHT JULY 31
Postponement Necessary on Account of
Abscess in Dane's Ear.
San Francisco, June 27. The Britt
Nelson fight scheduled for July 2 was
postponed until July 31 because of the
inability of Nelson to continue trainiu-;
wing to an abscess in the ear.
RECORD OF THE
W. L. Pet.
Decatur 32 11 MM
Peoiia 2D 17 .O)
Rock Island 30 19 .612
Springfield 2S IS .On.)
Cedar Rapids 25 23 .52 i
Clinton 20 20 .b'S
Bloomingtoii 17 2S .37?
Dubuque 7 M .1 1:j
New York .
St. Louis . .
Boston . . .
W. L. PC.
Chicago 17 12 .T: 7
Ni vv York 31 21 .His
Philadelphia 33 21 .573
Pittsburg :-.o 27, .5 15
Cincinnati 20 31 .13'!
Boston 21 3.2 .! '.'.
Brooklyn 23 30 .3T
St. Louis 15 IS .23s
Peoria, 7: Rock Island. !.
Springfield, 2: Cedar P.aphh
Blooniingtoii. 5; Clinton, 3.
Decatur, 5; Dulnnpie. 3.
Chicago, 7-1; St. Louis, (i-1.
Nt vv York-Boston, rain.
Pittsinng-CiiicMMiati, wet grounds.
St. Louis, o; Chicago, 1.
Boston, C; New York. 2.
Detroit. 1 ; Cleveland. I.
AM E I!l CAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, o; Columbus. 3.
St. Paul. 2; Milwaukee, 1.
Minneapolis, pi; Kansas City, 5.
Toh do. 5; LouisviTc, 3.
Springi'uhl. 7; Evnnsvillc. I.
Dayton. 1; Torre Haute. 1.
South Bend. 2; Canton. S.
Grand Rapids. (; Wheeling, 1.
Lincoln. 1 ; ( Intatia. I.
Denver, 2; Des Moines. 5.
Puclilo. !; Sioux City, 3.
Jacksonville. 3; Burlington. 2 (21
Waterloo. S; Ottuinvva, 1.
Oskaloosa, 3; Marshalltovvn, 1.
Quiiiey, I ; Keokuk. 5.
ROCK ISLAND GOLFERS LOSE
J. D. Cady and Decker French Put
Out by lewans.
Marshalltovvn, Iowa, June 27. In th
first lotmd ot tin. tea leav 11 the liova
golf champioii.,hip yesterday S;
Champion Gordon was defeated ov
Givin Chase of Des Moines. Wir.uir
of yesterday's matches: Wallace.
Dickinson. Guiiiand. Boardnrm.
l'niich, Ferguson, Ycllopague. Ellis.
Yerroii. Martin. Bevi r, ltcole, Elbe'.':.
McKcc. ('lease and -Maxwell.
.1. D. Cady of the Rock Island Ars -
1 1 a I club was paired with Guiiiand an i
Dicker French with Ferguson. Bo'h
Every Man His Own Doctor.
The average man cannot aflord t'j
employ a physician for every slight ail
ment or injury that may occur in his
family nor can he afford to neglect
them, as so slight an injury as the
scratch of a pin has been known to
cause the loss of a limb. Hence every
man must from necessity be his own
doctor for this class of ailments. Suc
cess often depends upon prompt treat
ment, which can only be had when
suitable medicines are kept at hand
( iianiberiain s remedies nave been 111
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Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
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Chamberlain's Cough Reined v for
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Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an anti
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sprains, swellings, lame back and rheu
Chanibe Iain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets for constipation, biliousness
:md stomach troubles.
Chamberlain's Salve for diseases of
One bottle of each of these five pren-
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IOWA LEAGUE TEAMS
PLAY 21 INNINGS
Jacksonville Defeats Burlington 3 to
Though Unable to Score From
First to Last Sesiion.
sonville, lib. .1 uiie 27. In ill :
-1 game ev. r played in the Iowa
le and tile greatest ever seen ii.
eliville, the locals depaied Bill
on. 3 to 2 in 21 iiiiiiu
. The wit
lours and live nunuici
ling run was made vvitii
no one out in the last half of t ie tvve'i-ty-lirst
Pitelnis Al-.eis and Gt'elic wire g
ing well when pie game cl.is: i. 1-"
could not have la-ted much long -.
The players on both teams wele ::.
mo.-t e vhati: led.
It was a haul fou-hi aanie foiiu the
start. Jacksonville .-cored in the in
itial mning and its next runs v.. re
made in t''e tvveiiiv-lirsi. Bnrlingto 1
scon d in ih,' seventh ;;ad tvv nty-tirs.
The winning run was made by Mora-i.
who got two three baggers, one 'w
bagger, and one single out of nine
linns at bat.
Are Not Always Startling, Neither Do
They Create the Most Talk.
It is not always the gna-es-. 1110-;
st.'ttbnu discoveries of scYlici tiia!
aie most mei'.d to the human race.
Compaia?ivi ;y low peejiie v.ee di
riitly i!,ten:-ad in 1 'erschi l's findiu :
o! tae n -vv p.aaei l 1.1:01s. Din mti.i.'
1 i:oi:s:!!ids have m 1 u bencittcit y t
Profi.-sor Unr.a's xperimciit whicu
proved beyond a qne.-lioti thai Dan.l
rulf am! B.iMness are tin.- results of
the inroads of a parasitic germ which
invades the roots of the ha'.r.
The ili.-eorv ery (.l ilic 1 rue cause
baldness 1:1. id.. Nov bios Herptcmc
possible. Herpicide effectually ktll
i his germ. Destioy ll.e cause you re
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Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
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says: My wile nan lniiammaiory
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her suffering was terrible and her body
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ond street, Davenport.
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CORN AND BUNION REMEDY.
No. 1 and 2.
Your corn can be removed at one?
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of course a source of great joy to
the happy falter. But habits "come
high;" doctor's and nurse's bills and
the many li'tle delicacies needed for
the convalescent mother al! entail ex
The man who lives close to the limit
, and Saturday evening. Telephone
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