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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1907.
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GET THE OPENER
Rock Island Wins From Tiskil
wa Amateurs in First of
Post Season Games
J-oa Scott Performes Before Home
Folks a"d Gets Glad Hand
This Is Neil's Day.
I VICTORIOUS ISLANDERS AS SEEN BY A RIVAL TOWN
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-- ,,ff wMids. i; off scott, l.. struck out "- ' PlirMJNlANT RACES
III W IT IP U l!y Scott, a; by Woods, I. Tune
JC L fl. M filv j 1:33- UIire Pitz-erahl. Atteiil- National leaKue is boomiuL; a Held da v AMLUICAN LKAGl
! FROM THE DOPE BOX. I
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RICH NOT GUILTY fwdi
Frederick Weyerhaeuser Scores
Muck Raking Campaign
Against the Wealthy.
BIG OIL FINE IS DENOUNCED
Declares Conditions Result from Survi
val of Fittest and No Permanent
Change Can be Made.
has obtained the confidence of the public.
1. It complies with the Pure Food Laws of all states.
2. It is the only high-jrrade Powder sold at a moderate price.
3. It is nut made bv a Bakinir Powder Trust. 1
4. Food prepared with it is free from Rochelle Suits or Alum.
S. It is the strongest liukintr Powder on the market.
$ 1 ,000.00 given for any substance
Injurious to health found In Calumet
Tlskihva, 111., Sept. 18 (Argus Spe
cial.) Be ore a crowd or 551) the
rhaumlon Islanders yesterday after
noon trounced the local team ! to I
Consistent hitting brought home thi
bacon, O'Leary's two "smashes beiir;
especially timely. Berger and Dower-.
also starred with the hickory, getting
two bingles apiece, while Swalm lac-rl
out a two bagger.
The Islander made nino hits and
one error, while Tiskilwa made eight
hits and three errors. Scott and
Woods were the opposing pitchers and
they worked well and were given bid
liant support, liaeh issued one pass,
while Scott fanned out three men and
fcttitt Wan at Home.
This is Scott's home town and h.
was given the glad hand.
The team goes to Atkinson today
where Billy Neal expects to shine
Score of yesterday's game:
where Billy Neal expects to shine. Score
of yesterday's game:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. II. II. P. A. K.
Swalm, if 5 1 1 1 0 0
Wanner, L'b 5 0 0 2 0
OLeary, c 3 t) 1 7 0
Van dine, 3b 4 0 0 3 1 '
Murphy, If 4 1 1 2 0 '
Bercer. ss 3 1 2 1 3 0
Cook, lb 4 1 S 1 1
Dowers, cf 4 1 'i 1 ti u
Scott, i) 4 1 1 1 3 0
Total 3 G ! 27 lu I
TISKILWA. AB. Ii. H. 1. A. E
Barto. of ' 4 1 1 1 0 '.)
Jones, lb 4 0 2 II I
McLaren, c 3 0 1 4 1
Kramer. If 3 ) o 4 1 0
Foster, ss 1 0 2 2 4 1
Mettler, 2b 4 0 0 1 5 1
Woods, p 4 0 0 0 2 II
Jack, rf 3 0 1 2 0
Kellotir ;ib 3 0 1 tl 2 0
Total .Z2 1 S 27 14
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 C
Tiskilwa 0 0 fl 0 0 0 0 0 1
Summary: Two base hits Swain
NOKMAN Fit I EI) EX WALL),
KookiiiK in eomirctlon with the
Sullivan Ac (.'onsidiiie Circuit.
THREE SHOWS DAILY-THREE
3:00 8:00 9:15
Souvenir matinee, Tuesday.
Children's matinee, Saturday.
Children under i years, ." cents.
For picnics, dances, society
meetings and public and private
gatherings of all kinds
Everything new and redecor
ated. Telephone for open dates.
Lake Erie & Western R.R.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 24.
' Indianapolis, Ind
Sandusky, Ohio .,
Louisville, Ky. ..
Tickets limited 30 days from date of
sale, returning good on regular trai
leaving Peoria 7 a. m., or on special
mnslstinc of high back seat coaches
and standard Pullman sleepers, leavin
Peoria at 10:40 p. m.
For further information, address or
call on '
E. B. LEPPERT,
District Passenger Agent
' 325 Main Street, Peoria, III.
Kid Elberfield, the scrappy shortstop
the New York Yankees, is reported
saying Uiat he will play with Wa.di-
igton next year. It
hat Case Patten will
It turns out that the money consiJ-
ratiun was not the only one for the
sale of Swaciua to the Pittsburg-Na
tional league club by Peoria. Mana
ger Donnelly has given it. out that lu
is to get turee or lour nromisnv'
oungsters next year that the Pitts
burg manager duds he cautiot use.
Pitcher Arthur Campbell of the
Springfield Three-Eye leayu-.' ball team
will be married in that city tomorrow
to Miss Kvelyn Armstrong. Campbell
is to work in an exhibition game with
the St. Louis Nationals today and will
eave with his bride oil Friday for
New Yotk, where they will spend the
Manager ltawley of La Cross?
hanged his mind about taking the La
Crosse team home after Monday's riot
it Freeport upon being assured his
team would get ample protection and
the two nines played a 10 inning ti.-
yesterday. League President Moll ar
rived and suspended Warhop of Free-
port and Bond of La Crosse for the
emainder of the season for inciting
the trouble. He also threw out . th j
Topeka now wants Harry Swalm.
The claim is made by the Topeka club
that the club had the right to pick a
player from the Dubuque club at the
end of the season and Swaiui was the
man wanted. Dubuque comes to De
catur's rescue and says that no such
arrangement was made. The agree
ment read th it the Topeka club was
to take a player at the end of the sea
son. Dubuque interprets the contract
President Harry C. Pulliaiu of the
National league is booming a field dav
meet for bast-ball players for next
year. The National league leader saw
the contests held at Cincinnati and
wants similar contests to be held next
year early enough that the stars of
both leagues may compete without in
terference with the pennant race. H'1
mi guests a lime date. Mr. Pulliani
wants the games to lit: iu the nature
of a duel contest between the inino
and major league stars, each to hold
preliminary contests to pick the be-'i
nitn for the leg games. He favors
Pittsburg or Cleveland as the place
for the contests and advocates super
vision of the games by the nationai
New York .
St. Louis . .
N3 FIGHT AT DAVENPORT
Charlie Neary Declines to Meet Packy
McFarland a Second Time.
The bottom has dropped out of the
proposed Packy McFarland Charley
Neary match which the Davenport
piomoters thought they had cinched,
as Neary has sigued to light Juhur.y
Thompson at Milwaukee on Sept. 27.
McFarland's manager will now go
after Kid Goedmau for a light at Fort.
Wayne. Packy and the Kid fought
15 fast rounds at Davenport a short
while ago in which the Chicago boy
was returned the winner.
Match for Hayes.
G rover Hayes and Percy Cole, the
clever Indiani'polls boxer, will hook
up for 1" rounds at Indianapolis Sepc.
21 at 120 pounds, weigh in at 3
o'clock. E. K. Coulon and Johnny
Conlen will try to coach Hayes to
Chicago . . .
New York .
St. Louis . .
Detroit, 0;' Chicago, 1 (six innings)
New York, 11; Philadelphia, 3.
Washington, !; Boston, 1.
St. Ixmis, 2; Cleveland, 0.
St. Louis, 0; Cleveland, 5 (second
Boston. C; New York, 3.
Brooklyn. f; Philadelphia, 1.
Pittsburg, 2; St. Louis, 0.
Frederick Weyerhaeuser, the lumber
ng, formerly of this city and now of
St. Paul, presided over a meeting of
the Musser-Sauntry Land and Ix)g com
pany at Muscatine yesterday, wnicn
was attended by F. C. Denkmaun, S. S.
Davis, T. B. Davis and W. II. Marshall
of this city. The party went down on
the steamer F. Weycrhautser. White
in Muscatine Mr. Weyerhaeuser con
sented to talk for publication on tin
trust busting campaign of the present
judge Kenesaw M. Luudis was a
fool for imposing that $2'J,OOt,(ino fine
upon the Standard Oil company and
John D. Rockefeller." Mr. Weyerhau-
ser is quoted as saying, "He can impose
all the fines he wants to, but, mark my
woru, Mr. Rockefeller will never pay a
"It is an outrage the way the wealthy
men of the country are attacked. You
hear of trusts here and you hear of
trusts there. What does it all mean:
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. JO ju.'b tutu. iui.ii; in 11 u J3iii.il iiuul
as a lumber trust. I have been in the
business many years, and I certainly
ought to know if any one- does.
"You can say for me there Is lib such
thing as a combination of the big luin
her dealers, but that will be all the
good it does, for people will not be
Inlirrltuuer 'tux Fooli-.li Too.
-sKed what ne thought ot the pro
posed inheritance tax, he said:
"There is a way prepared for the dis
tnbution of wealth that was fixed by
me Divine iuasicr. l tiitt not nave a
penny to give away until I was CO
years of age, aud now there are hun
dreds of channels through which it can
be disposed of. I have my children.
who can assume the wealth I have, and
an inheritance tax is uncalled for. The
wealthy men of the country have beea
giving a certain class of people a great
deal of worry, it seems, but if that
class had the money it would only be a
short time until everything would be
uacii again in tile same places, it is
the survival of the fittest.
Lumber doing- l'p, He Snj-H,
i uo not see vnat the people mean
by attacking the wealthy men of Amer
ica. What have we done? When I say
there Is not a lumber trust ! mean it.
nd I am willing to he called a liar if
uch a combination can be found. He-
use lumber is high is no reason why
people' should say that the great lumber
ilers of the country are in a combin
tion and refuse to lower the prices.
"Lumber is high because it is lum-
)tr, and the people may expect to see
i go sun higher. During the last year
did not receive one log down the
Chippewa river, as it was entirely tot)
low. During all of my years in busi
ness tins waterway nas itirnisiied m:
with all of my logs. All of the water
ways have been so low that it has been
impossible to get logs down from the
"The great timbers of Minnesota are
also being rapidly thinned and lumber
becoming scarce. We are now work-
ng in Washington and Idaho, but the
forests of the entire country are being
rapidly eaten out by the lumber com-
luiilcs. It seems that it is impossible
to make the supply equal to the de
mand, and during the coming year
here will be a big shortage. Although
there has been plenty of rain in all
arts of the country, the various water
ways inai we must use nave not re
ceived one drop of raiu."
Calumet Is so carefully and scientifically
prepared that the neutralization of the
innTeilien's is Absolutely perfect. There
fore :liimet leaves uo Rochelle Salts
or Alum in the food. It is clieiutculljr
All Grocers arc Authorized to Guarantee this
Calumet Bakirnt Powder costs little. Costs
a little more than the cheap, injurious
powders now on the market, bat it is a bit;
saving over me irusi powum.
Try Calumet k
following l)ooks have been r---
teived at the puhiie nurary ami win
be ready for circulation Thursday,
morning. Sept. l!l: . '
Rezanov Mrs. G. F. H. Atherton.
Talks on Teaching Literature Arlo
The 'Desert and the Sown G. L.
Every Day Living A. P. Call.
Cathariue of Calais Mrs. E. B. Do
The Traitor Thomas Dixon.
Prophet's Landing E. A. Dix.
Tiie Prince Goes Fishing Elizabeth
A Stumbling Block F. M. Fonnan.
The Sinner Antonio Fogazzaio.
Diinie and I aud Amelia Mrs. M.
S. B. Grundy.
Self-Propelled Vehicles J. E. Honi-
ins. . -
Wonders of the Colorado Desert--
G. W. .lames.
The Giant's Strength W. B. Kin.
Where the Trad Divides W. O. Lil-
Eninir-' Builders Franci- Lvnde.
Life and Letters of Leslie Stephei
F. W. Maitland.
South America, the Neglec ted Coi -
tineiit E. C. Millard.
A I)st L-ader E. 1. Oppeiihoim.
Federal Power. Over Carriers anl
Corporations E. P. Prentice.
The Master's Violin Myrtle Reed.
My Life as an. Indian J. W. SchulU.
The Helpmate May
Introduction to Butincs:
tion S. E. Sparling.
On the Trail of the Iminigraiit
Yale Yarn.- .1. S. Wood.
; dSOOKS FOR CHILDREN. -
A 'popular Gill May llafdwiiu
Fairy. Ston.M Retold freni
.lack, the Young Cauoeiuan O.
Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp
The Elf Maiden.
'Trust v John.
Familiar Wild Animals S. A. Lot
tridge. Outdoors. Irdoors aud up the Chim
ney Charles Mcllvaiue.
Fairy -Gobi Ernest Rhys.
Our Little Spanish Cousin-M. F. X.
Betty Baird A. II. Weikel.
Adventures of a .Freshman J. Li.
Ball Team Photo.
group photos of Rock Island
team can be had at Smith's
TRADE - MARKS
Semi for my fn-i- 1 k. "How to Oet
Tin -ii." Invent something' useful. Tln-re
is uioin y in in-.-o t ica 1 invent ions, win th-i-i-
I.itko or small. S-ml ilt-si-riptioti for
free opininii as to pateiil.iltilit y.
JOSHUA R. H. POTTS. Lawyer,
. . M ItenrlMiru t Cbl-ti0.
."o; Xi-ith St.. Vashitii;tnii.
:! Chestnut Su. J'hiladelphia.
When you want a quick cure without
any loss of tone, and one that is followed
by no bad results, use -.
Colic, Cholera and
It never falls and is pleasant to take.
It is equally valuable for children. It it
famous for its cures over a large part o'
he civilized world.
POSTQFFICE CLERKS TO PLAY
Rock Island and Davenport Arrange
Baseball Contest for Sunday.
Agitation of the national sport b
the Rock Island postotlice clerks aud
carriers recently" has aroused the Dav
enport brethren from their legarthy
md they have challenged ana bean
taken on for a ball game next Sn i-
iay afternoon at 2:30 at Pohimann's:
park in the west end of the city! Only
the clerks of the two offices arc to
compete under the articles of agre
ment. Both sides are practicing dili
gently and each promises to strew
the lawn with the remains of the other
when "they get together.
Had Tetter for 30 Years.
I have suffered with tetter for 30
years and have tried almost countless
remedies with little, if any, relief.
Three boxes oi Chamberlain's Salve
cured me. It was a torture. It breaks
Public Sale Notice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
on Friday, the 27th day of September,
. D. 11)07, at the hour of 10 o'clock a,
iu., offer for sale at the store room
known as 1525 Second avenue. In thj
city of Rock Island, 111., all the prop
erty aud effects of every kind belong
ing to the Central Electric Mauu
tilling company, of Rock Island, 111.
said effects consist of various kinds o;
machinery for the manufacture of elec
trical devices, manufactured electric
stock, materials, pateuts for electrical
devices, accounts, office furniture an
fixtures, etc. Said sale will be made
either in gross or in part, as may j
deemed most advantageous to the un
dersigned as receiver for the said cot
poration. Terms of sale will be fo
cash. CARL 1 1 ELLPEN ST E LL,
Dated this 16th day of Septembe
This disease is caused by a derange
ment of the stomach." Take a dose of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets to correct this disorder . and the
sick headache will disappear. For sale
by all druggists.
Don t neglect your stomach. At flrp
1nritratlrin nf trmihln tal-a mathlnn
1:n i ..i--':rv - "r?v iiti.ui,
wui i.lllc ..uiw, uui uoiumg to that will help it along in its work
r? ".1ac". digesting the food you eat. Kodol for
lauu .it, A.a. nuruDenains baive is Indigestion and dyspepsia will do this,
for sale by all druggists. i sm by all druggists.
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Aud you can't get money from
the bank and can't borrow from
a friend, we're a "last resort" in
many cases. Hut why shouldn't
we be the first resort?
Banks don't care to loan small
amounts, and where they do you
place yourself under a lasting ob
ligation to the friend who en
dorses the note for you; an obli
gation which you may pay dear
ly for at another time. And tho
"friend" who would loan you th6
money "with pleasure,"" only h:
happens to be short now him
self. we're never short, and we loan it
for as long as you may need it.
MANY OUT FOR PRACTICE
Big Squad of Football Players Trying
for High School Team.
i ne nign school loot ball squad is
making good progress with its daily-
practice, which is now being held at
the Island City park. The squad is
now large enough for more than two
full teams, and very satisfactory work
is being done. The coaches are con
fident that a creditable team will be
organized from the large amount of
available material. There is something
of a struggle on between individual
players for places on the regular team.
The policy, however, is to make uo
fixed selections for the lineup, but to
give all of the boys a chance to prove
their worth iu the game.
It's our business to loan money;
at a rate you can afford to pay and
We loan from $10 upwards privately on household furniture, pianos.
horses, wagons or other personal property; the property stays in your
own possession. You can get it today, if you let us know in time
and at the lowest rates and easiest terms in the city. A square deal
for all before aud AFTER you get the money.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
MITCHELL, A LYSDE BLOCK, ROOM S8, ROCK ISLAND.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. rm, and Saturday averting. . Teleahona
west 514; new telephone 6011.
Health in the Canal Zone.
T-V, 1. .- . .
u,s fo$u wages paiu make it a
migiity temptation to our young arti
sans to join the force of skilled work
men needed to construct the Panama
canal. Many are restrained however
by the fear of fevers aud malaria, it
is the knowing ones those who have
used Electric Bitters, who go there
without this fear, well knowiug they
are safe from malarious influence with
Electric Bitters on hand. Cures blood
poison too, biliousness, weakness an !
all stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Guaranteed by W. T. Hartz, druggist,
301 Twentieth street. 50c.
Nearly all cough cures, especially
those that contain opiates, are consti
pating. Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup contains no opiates and act
gently on the bowels. Pleasant to
take. Sold by all druggists.
V tu A rf trolic inlv Frl Harvev m
DljL X (litre itirn. J f : J ... m .
Three fast trains daily ; Fred Harvey
meals; block-signal safeguards;
easy riding, dustless track.
Chair cars free. Tourist sleeper on
pnvment of berth rate. :
Grand Canyon of Arizona, $6.50 extra.
Ask for pa'ticular? and
' To Califoraiala a Tourist Sleeper'
G. T: Cr.nrit, On. Agent.
10s Adauis Street, Chicago..
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