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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1907.
Another advance in diamonds
heralded for October. Why not
try a diamond now? We have
the largest stock ana can save
nliuiMind Stick 1'Ium,
IIIhiiioikI C'uflf HiiUoiim,
Inspector for C, R. I. & P. and
C, B. & Q.
Jeweler and Optometrist,
site Harper House.
1 "Mil3 '.pi
It I Hi' I".
ON THE STREET
The men who are dressed the
best and who have the exclusive
style about them that our tailor
ing always gives our patrons are
those whom we have fitted to a
suit of clothing. If you want to
appear at your best, choose your
fabrics now and have your suit
or overcoat made by us.
PLAY I0WANS TIE
Islanders Hold Burlington Nine
Even in an 11-lnning Con
test 4 to 4.
night to make arrangements. Scori
of Saturday's game.
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R.
Swalm, rf .
O'Leary. c .
BATTING SLAPNICKA HARD
Murphy, If 4
Wilson, lb 4
Cook, ss 3
Dowers, cf 3 0
Neal. n 2 0
Schedule Games in This City Between
Same Teams for Next Satur
day and ( Sunday.
Burlington, Iowa, Sept. 23. (Argus
Special.) Rock Island and Burlingtoi
played an 11-iuning tie yesterday af
ternoon, the contest being called on
account of darkness. The contest was
a scrappy one characterized by hard
hitting and clever fielding. Slapnicka
was pounded for 13 safeties, several
of the extra base variety, but succeed
ed in keeping them fairly well scatter
ed and thus escaped luckily
The Hatting of Swalm and House
was noiaoie . I he attendance was
l'lny Two (Isiiiicm Here.
Burlington and Rock Island will play
at the latter city next Saturday and
Sunday, according to arrangements
which were completed yesterday. Score
of yesterday's game:
ROCK ISLAND. R
Swalm, rf 0
Wanner, 2b 0
O'Leary, c 1
Tow no lb
Yant, cf .
Donovan, 3b . .
Score by innings;
Vandine, 3b . .
Murphy, If ...
1 Burg, 2b
P Burg, 2b
Rose, rf ......
Donovan, Zb . .
Bruggeian, c .
Slapnicka, p . .
Ever the Best
Better than Ever.
g Ice Cream, Fruit Ices,
Bakery and Con
Nothing Like It in
the Three Cities.
p 1716 Second Avenue
Total 1 10 33 15
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 0 10 110 0 10 0 i
Burlington 0 0 0 3 IH) 0 1 '0 o 0 1
Summary: Two base hits House
Berger. Three base hits House. Dow
crs and Swalm. Bases on ball Off
Slapnk-ka, 1; off Scott, . 'Struck out
By Slapnicka, 0; by Scott. S. Stole-.
bases Berger, Yant. Sacriliee hits
.Murphy, Scott. Passed ball Brugge
man. Attendance COO. Umitire-
KltltOltS I.OSK SVil WIIM'S (i.VMK.
lan:ii;T O'l.enry ArrniiKiiiK for ('outt'nl
at Kriiknk lr'Mlilcnt'H liny.
liitn L'lt.i.wff r.,.. v.v-.i .... i-.,..i:..
ton the game Saturday 4 to 1. Coo:
himself was guilty of five errors an
Vandine and Dowers each contributj
one. Burlington, on the other ham'
piayed pcriectly. Uock Island s sin
run was the only earned one of the
game, O'Leary making it on a twj
bagger by himself ami another bv
I he crowd was small, Burlington
having, it is reported, soured on tho
team because of the belief prevailing
that the aggregation laid dowu
Waterloo in the last series. John
Hall, formerly of this city, acted
The Islanders hope to play with
Keokuk at that city Oct. 1, when th
president will be there. Manager
O'Leary went to Keokuk Saturday
Not only sell the best Teas and
Coffees In the city, but make a
specialty of Haviland, Austrian
China, Crockery and Glassware.
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE
1S1S-1S20 THIRD AVE.
Dries in 10 Minutes
It l nothing Ilka an enamel, but Is very thin
and very black.
6-6- "eats up ' ruat water does
For Sale by All Hardware Dealers.
THE GLASS THAT CHEERS
As well as invigorates is always
at hand when you are supplied
with Carse & Ohlweiler com
pany's bottled beverages. These
drinks arc manufactured and bot
tled with the greatest care, and
are guaranteed to be absolutely
pure and of rare and delicious
We are agents for McAvoy's
Malt Marrow, the great tonic for
the sick and the convalescents,
from whatever disease. Send for
a' trial order.
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 14, new phone
, . i
H. P. A. L
18 3 0
2 2 3 0
19 0 0
0 C 4 0
0 2 1 j
0 2 0 1
0 0 10
5 24 12 S
H. P. A.E.
14 5 0
2 8 10
2 2 0 0
1 2 ' 0 0
0 2 10
2 fi 0 0
2 12 0
.00000000 1 I
.01 00003 0 4
Total 32 4 11 27 !) 0
Summary: Two basa hits Rose
O'Leary, Vandine. Sacrifice hits J
Burg. Yant, Rose, McMillan. Stolen
bases J. Burg (3). P. Burg, Murphy
Double play J. Burg (unassisted). Base
on balls Off McMillan, 2: off Neal. 1.
Wild pitch McMillan. Struck out
By McMillan. 1; by Neal, 1. Passed
ball O'Leary, 1. Time of game 1:30
Umpire Hall. Attendance ,200.
RECORD OF THE
GIVEN A TRIMMING
Two Davenport Amateur Ball
Teams Defeated by Rock
ONE GAME GOES 12 INNINGS
ross ueieat maroons in
Hard Battle Postoffice Nine Has
Easy Time With lowans.
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 100 40 .711
Pittsburg S4 51 .009
New York SO CI .507
Philadelphia 73 G2 .54i
Brooklyn (13 7( .453
Cincinnati 58 82 .111
Boston 54 S3 .31)4
St. Louis 43 07 .307
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia SI 53 .(105
Detroit S3 50 .507
Chicago S3 5S .5S)
Cleveland SO 00 .571
New York C3 72 .474
St. Louis 59 SO .521
Boston 58 S2 .111
Washington 44 92 .123
W. L. Pet.
Freeport 79 41 .(".."in
Wausau 77 41 .03(!
La Crosse 07 50 .573
Kan Claire f.2 50 .525
Oshkosli 59 05 .473
Madison 52 CC .4 !1
Green Bay 4S 73 .390
Fond du Lac 31 S3 .291
Chicago, 8 2; Boston, 7 1 (secon I
game seven innings).
St. Ixiuis, 70; Philadelphia, 40
(second game nine innings).
Cincinnati, 1 1 ; New York,
Freeport, 7; Madison, C.
Fond du Lac, 1; Wausau, C.
Eau Claire, 1 ; La Crosse, C.
Green Bay, 5; Oshkosli, 2.
READY TO DEFEND THE CUP
One Syndicate Formed and Others
Planned to Compete with Lipton.
New York, Sept. 23. Prepaiation
for competing for America's cup lias
been made by the New York Yacht
club. At least one syndicate lias been
organized to build a yacht to defend
the trophy and there may be a second
and perhaps more. There seems to b :
only one opinion as to the manage
ment of the defender. Every one ap
pears to agree that it will be vested
in E. D. Morgan.
The Cross Count rys defeated thJ
Chicago' Maroons, a fast Davenpo.t
aggregation, at the Island city par
yesaeiuay uni-i noon m a JIMlining con
test 5 to 4. Anderson, the home pitch
er. was wiui uie iir.se two innings
but after that settled down and worked
beautifully, holding the Maroons with
out a run for 10 innings. The team
behind him worked hard in an up hi I
battle. Six hits, a wild pitch and a
passed ball gave the Davenporteis
four runs in the first two inning
The Cross Count rys got three in th
nun oy uuncuing nits ami lied it up
in the ninth on a hit by Miller afte
two were out, scoring a man from so
ond. In the 12th Miller was safe and
took second on an overthrow by a:i
infielder and tallied after two ' we,
out on Khmer s hit. Next Sunday the
Cross Count rys will play the Dave-'
port Suburbans at Suburban island for
me tri-cny cnnmpiousiiip. Score oi
0 0 00 3 0110 1110 15 s
Maroons .1 3 o 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 o 1 1 1
Batteries Anderson and Mitchell
Malchau and Loihl.
Defeat I'OKtnllicr Milf.
Tlie Rock Island postoffice team de
feated the Davenport postoiliee agg
gation at Pohliiianu'.s park yesterdav
li'teinoon by tin.' seine of 10 to 7. Th."
Davenporteis were simply outclassed
1 he features ot tile contest were the
batting of Brough, who got four hits
and the fielding of Koch. Stengel and
Hancc foimed the battery for Roc'i
Island and Paiker and Dooliltie fo-'
Davenport. I lie loeal team now
claims the championship of t!ie three
cities, Mount; having lltniUod wlicu
challenged for a game.
Two Lawyer? on Hospital List.
The Rock Island lawyers, after wir
ning a series ot games during th
ummer, met defeat Saturday aftei
noon when tltey contested with t.i
woodmen oitiee team, the score was
15 to 4. The lawyers met with hard
luck, losing two of their men througn
injury and having other regular players
out of the contest. Sam Dart wrenci
ed ins knee badly and had to retire.
Larson, who has boat catching re
larly during the. season, had liis hand
split in the third inning and four
stitches were required to close the
wound. Sample and Anderson pitched
for the Woodmen and Ilogan caught
A. D. Johnson pitched for the lawyers
The contest was played at Island Citv
park and wid close the season for
llemit'tts Ileft-ut South II-(kIi.
The Bennetts defeated tV South
Heights team at baseball yesterdav
morning at ihe West End diamond, the
score beieng 9 to o. Cramer and th
St ropes brothers formed the battery
for the winning team.
in tile atternoon the Bennetts con
tested with the Suburban Island team,
and also won. score 2 to . St ropes and
Stropes for the Bennetts and Lowe and
McCormick for the Suburbans were the
Everyone drinks it and keeps
All Whiskies Bottled in
Old McBrayer. Nelson Bour
bon, Nelson Rye. Anderson
Bourbon, Old Taylor, Clark's
COLFAX WATER Car
bonated and plain.
1616-1618 Third Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
BUT WILL HEREAFTER.
fsV FAR LAND HOOKS
UP WITH GALLIGAN
Fighters Who Met in Davenport on
Program at Silcr Benefit at
ATTEL AND SULLIVAN DRAW
Featherweights Go Six Rounds
Farm Near Alton.
Alton, III., Sept. 23 Abe Attel
featherweight cnauipion, and "Brook
lyn Tommy" Sullivan fought si
rounds to a draw last night at tho
physical culture farm maintained near
here by St. Ixwis business men. Bob
Douglass referecd the bout.
FISHING GETTING BETTER NOW
Season Here Has So Far Been Poorest
in Several Years.
After a summer of exceedingly poor
sport the devotee of the line and rod
in this locality are finding fair fishing
in both the Mississippi and Rock river
The revival came with the recent low
stage of water and though the water
rose during the latter part of last
week it caused no apparent decrease
in the finny tribe's appetite and yester
day the banks of the streams were
lined with fishing parties. Up to the
last two weeks fishing this season has
been the poorest for several years.
Health in the Canal Zone.
m. u v. . .
iuo uigu wages paia-maKe it a
mighty 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 and malaria, it
Is the knowing ones those who have
used Electric Bitters, who go there
without this fear, well knowing they
are safe from malarious influence with
Electric Bitters on hand. Cures blood
Doison too, biliousness, weakness and
all stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Guaranteed by W. T. Hartz. druggi
Ciiicago, Sept. 23. In the center of
the Coliseum tonight and under the
;lare of a huge calcium a prize ring
will be seen by Chicago's followers of
pugilism and fans from many parts ;f
the country gathered for the Siler ben
efit. And these same fans who crowd
ed the" ringsuies in me oiu nays wi;t
see the first real battle since the sport
was permitted to run at full sway
i battle which brings together Packey
Mcl'arland and Joe Calligan in a six
When the two lightweights face
each other tonight it will not In for
the lirst lime. They met once before
in a battle at Davenport when Me
Farland was returned the winner ii
the eighth round.
lots 31 and 33, block 4, South
addition, Rock Island, $1.
ARRANGING TEACHERS' MEET
H. E. Brown of High School Complet
ing Plans as Chairman.
Principal II. E. Brown of the high
school, who is chairman of the execu
tive committee of the Northern Illinois
Teachers' association, is busy complet
ing arrangements for the convention
of the association to be held in Molino
Oct. 24, 25 and 20. The western sec
tion of the association will be repre
sented and over a l,0oo teachers arc
looked for. Pamphlets are being pre
pared to be mailed over central Illi
nois, and giving full information of thv
convention and of this locality.
TWO TIE FOR 601F
HONORS WITH AN 80
Willici-n Butterworth and E. B. Hay
ward Have Lowest Net Scores in
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
The results at Burlington indicate
how much Manager Tighe had to do
with winning the pennant for Rock Is
Charlie Buelow is at his home in
Dubuque and it is reported that lie is
willing- to take the management of
that team next season provided the
it y remains in ihe league.
Public Sale Notice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
on Friday, the 27th day of September,
A. D. 1907, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m., offer for sale at the store room,
known as 1525 Second avenue, in thd
city of Rock Island, 111., all the prop-'
erty and effects of every kind belong
ing to the Central Fleet ric Manu
taring company, of Rock Island. 111..
said effects consist of various kinds of
machinery for the manufacture of elec
trical devices, manufactured electric
stock, materials, patents for electrical
devices, accounts, office furniture anl
fixtures, etc. Said sale will be made
either in gross or in part, as may j-3
deemed most advantageous to the un
dersigned as receiver for the said cor
poration. Terms of sale will be for
cash. CARL HELLPENSTELL,
Dated this ICth day of September,
photos of Rock Island
can be had at Smith'!
Bill Sweeney played with Boston in
a double header at Chicago yesterday.
and the Record-Herald makes the fol
lowing comment upon his work: "Bill
Sweeney played at a clip nothing short
if o mill's an hour. Three hits and
two runs were gat bend in by the onc
:ime Cub in the initial skirmish. In
he second the youngster covered miles
Among the interesting post seasoa
games yesterday were those betweoi
the Minneapolis American assoeiatioi
team and the Giinthers, won by th-;
former 3 to 1 ; between Milwaukee and
'he IOgan Squares which the latter
won (I to 0; between Denver and Al
ton's Colts, won by the former t) to 0.
;nd between Columbus, winners of
'he American association pennant, am'
Brooklyn, in which th National
leaguers were defeated 13 to C.
ara caused by Indigestion, If you eat
little too much, or if vou ara subiect to
attacks of Indigestion, you have no doubt
nad snortness or breath, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand 6well and puff up against th
heart. This crowds the heart and inter
feres with its action, and in the course of
tune the heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat, takes the strain off
or tne neatx, ana contnbutes nourishment,
strength and health to every organ of the
body. For Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
oujinacn, iruiainrnauon or ma mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
or tne stomacn.
After eahnr. my food would distress ma by mildnf
tny heart palpitate and I would become very weak.
Finally I got a bottle of Kodol and it cave me irnma
awe rouer. vner using a tew Domes I am cured.
MRS. LORINQ NICHOLS. Penn Yaa. N. Y.
I had stomach trouble and was In a had tat a I
had heart trouble with it I took Kodol Dyspepsia
IW V iwi eiwww ftwu iuuuiui Via li CUT QCJ RIB.
a KAUBLE. Nevada, a
Digests What You Eat
With the close of the Wisconsin
league season yesterday, formal an
nouncement was made by the Wausau
management that a claim would ho
made for the pennant, on the grounds
that three games should be forfeited to
Wausau. Two protests are directed
against Freeport and one against (Irecn
Hay. One of the games in dispute is
uhat with Freeport last Fourth of July,
when Umpire Anderson put Ives out of
the game in the . "third" inning. The
FYeepoit team continued to play with
?ight men. Rules provide that no team
can play unless it is able to have the
full number of players, in uniform on
the field. Freeport. won ' the. ganc.
Green Day's victory is-protested on the
grounds that Miller, who was released
from a major league team,, had no con
tract with club ;!0 days before ihe close
of the season.- All the games have been
referred to the national association.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
aoar atoaaca, bale
lag at gai, Us.
tnpuW aft tha Lib
arm tory of B.O JWit
oa., oaieaga, P.B.a,
Real Estate Transfers.
, Hock Island Mutual R. L. and S
Assn. to Julia Ross, lot U, blk 2, Uni
versify Place, Rock Island, $1,400.
' Carrie W. Gregg and others to Theo
dore O. H. Herzog, lot 5, blk 3, P.
Gregg's Add.- to Rock Island, $750.
Wm. Kurz to Zindal Colin, south
lot C, blk 3, B. Davenport's 4th Add. to
Rock Island, $ 1,000.
B..H. II. B. L. & S. Assn. to Elsie
Hingstrom, lot 13, blk 3. B. Daven
port's 4th Add. to Rock Island, $1,200.
E. H. Stafford to Alexander B. Cox.
lots 1, . 23, 4. 5, C, 7, S. ,9 10, 11, 12,
blk 10, Town of Silvis, $C,000.
Mathias Simmons to Jacob Abel, lot
5, block 125, village of Andalusia, $400.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received at the office cf
the city clerk up to a. m.. Oct. I,
l!t07, for constructing certain sidewalks
on certain avenues in the Fourth var 1
in the city of Rock Island. HI. Specifi
cations on file at the office of the city
engineer. Tlie contractor will be paid
in bonds bearing 5 per cent interest.
Proposals shall be accompanied by i
certified check on a responsible bank
or by cash, payable to the president of
the board of local improvements, to art
amount not less than 10 per cent of
the aggregate proposal.
II. C. SCHAFFMR.
President Board of Local Improvements.
William Butterworth and E. B. Hay
ward tied for the men's handicap cup
on the Rock Island arsenal golf links
Saturday afternoon. Both golfers made
a not score of ML G. W. Burr was
close second with a net score of SI. A
very high wind was blowing over the
links Saturday and the golfers found
it impossible to make good scores. J.
D. Cady went the rounds in 87 strokes,
making him the lowest gross score.
Forty-eight members of the club partici
pated, out of which 17 were unfinished.
The following are the scores:
Gross. Hep. Net.
E. B. Hay waul
G. W. Burr
II. C. Wylie
G. U Eyster
J. H. Trimble
F. W. Bahnsen ...
Otto Hither U3
W. E. Snider 100
Victor I.ittig lot;
J. H. Hass 107
Charles Grilk lot
J. D. Cady S7
F. C. Denkmann 101,
P. W. Strickland 11
W. I). Middletou tS
C. B. Schmidt S3
The Touch That Heals.
Is tho touch of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Its the happiest combination of
arnica flowers and healing balsams
ever compounded. No matter how
old the sore or ylcer Is, this salve wUl
cure It. For, burns, ..scalds, cuts,
wdunds or piles, it has no equal. Guar
anteed by Wi,T. Hartz, druggist, 311
Twentieth swrjet. 25c.
C. A. Barnard !3.
Walter Chambers 103
E. C. Mueller M
II. G. Pape 103
L. T. Hillman lo
.1. L. Thau her H7
.1. N. Van Patten it 1
Frank Mixler 115
Louis Grilk 9S
C. J. Cooper lntf
Wilson McClelland 104
I. S. White 123
F. E. Hobbs Ill
Unfinished Oswald Schmidt. C. C.
Ilansseti, C. I). Hay ward. J. L. Hecht.
Charles Ebert. C. H. Wilson. J. W. Bol
linger, II. G. Copp. B. F. Peek. R. S.
Hosford, V. G. Allen. L. M. Marks. G.
W. Banning, C. P. Skinner. E. B. Bab
bitt, Paul Ketsch, and B. II. Schmidt.
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.
Bath Room Beauty
The secret of making your
Lath room beautiful is the in
stalling of high-grade, modern
plumbing fixtures. If your
fixtures are old and unsanitary, a new
"aiKl-usT Porcelain Enameled bath or
lavatory vill work wonders in t'le appearance
hansre from the old to the
new way and let us quote you prices on these
hxlures. I hey ccst less than you imagine.
We estimate at any time and guarantee all
Repair jobs given prompt attention.
f. j Vv; v . and sanitation of ycur bclh
"t'ZIZ' ? Decide now to change fi
li-fVMi',.. V new wav nnH Iff i: miitr i
work to satisfy you.
Ae, Mvers & Company
HOCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under tbe State Law. 4 Per Ont Interest Paid oa Deacalta.
Money Loaned on Personal, Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President R. R. Cable. P. Greenawalt.
H. P. Hull. Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Wrilliam H. Dart, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, H. S. Cable.
Began the business July 2, 1870 John Volk,
and occupies S. TL corner of .
Mitchell & Lynde building. Solicitors Jackson & Hurst.
1 301 Twentieth street. 50c.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
I John G. Iluntoon to John II. Hun-