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THE ARGUS, THURS;
APRIL 1C, 1908.-
Yon will find the very classiest
novelties ia Suits, Neckwear,
Hosiery," Underwear, and the
.other little things so essential to
man's wardrobe for Easter-tide,
. at Lloyd's.
I V , KNOX, $3.5Q AND 5.0Q.
STETSON, $3.50 AND $5.00.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
IS A GLOSESQUEAK
Islanders Defeat Iowa CityCoJ-
legians 7 to 6 in Third ' ..:
' Game of Series. i-'?
BARELY SAVED FROM A TIE
Carberry Hits Homer but Oversteps
Base Handicapped by Weak-. " '
ness at First Sack, , ? ;,
Iowa City, Iowa, April 1G. (Argus
special.) Rock Island tried, but -J wo
more pitchers against the university
yesterday, with decidedly better ' re
sults, although the game was closYs
the Islanders whining 7 to G. Hard
grove and"- Powers struck out 1 1 men,
but in spite of this the collegians
made 11 hits to nine for the visitors.
The score would have been tied by
a home run by Carberry, but lie was
called out for overstepping second
base, kock isi3iii seems to lack a
good man at the initial plate
Four Doable I'liiya.
The game yesterday was devoid of
specracular; features, though"' four
double plays were made. Iowa, gave
Burrell excellent support. The de
tailed score follows:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R
: always clean and bright, and their
I good acting and clever vaudeville has'
won , a., reputation for them which
guarantees : them business wherever
I they appear. ' The company is made
up of clever ladies and gentlemen
whose salierit features' in acting are
personality and novelty. , '
Holland, Quaint and 'sedate. While
Americans' anf living "the strenuous
life,'' the Hollanders aro living "the
simple . life"- so serenely that Ameri
cans should find Holland a sure cure
for nervous prostration. Simplicity
seems to. be the key note of the Hollander-a
its windmills seem to be
the chief ' characteristic of their coun
try.; -These phases of life in one-of
(he ;. most -curious and smallest coun
tries op' thp globe, contribute only one
of tha many featured of Interest to be
shown by.yman IT. Howe's moving
pictures in Rock island Saturday,
April IS, matinee and night. Other
ProfesBor.Laurin of Augustana Plays
selections .from Composers .
Who Died Recently. '
Have become a recognized part
tof the Spring Festival and we
have prepared to meet an in
creased demand. .
.' Easter Novelties of all de
"Scription, such as Candy Eggs,
Rabbits,, Cb'kens, Baskets,
Glass, Sugar and Panorama
Eggs. The largest assortment
ever shown In any place.
Ice Cream Eggs in Spun
Sugar Nest, Easter Lily, Chick
en coming out of the shell, and
the Rabbit Individual Mqulds
for your Easter Party is a great
novelty. Give us your order
and have the best and finest
' PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE.
1716 Second Ave. Both Phones.
Buy your wife or sweetheart
a pretty one pound Easter Box
Murphy, If 5
Wilson, lb f
Swalm, if .5
Cook, 2b 4
Berger, ss '.!
McBride, :.b 4
Burdette, cf .2
Kng. c 2
Hardgrove. u ......2
-.'4'? I it
.-V V VrY
-- -- -
Totals 26 7
Stewart, 2b ...
Wilson, Cb . r, ,
Gittinger. If ' . .
McGuire, ss ..
McGregor, rf .
1 1 12
I' RANK WINNINGER, WHO WILL
BE AT THE ILLINOIS ALL
features of the new program show a
polar bear hunt, the quarring industry
in France, wild birds in their native
haunts, amongst the ulus, in South
Africa, riding 80 miles an hour in an
automobile, life on a French man-o
war. and many others. j
It-is often said that the public is
unable to understand and appreciate
higher classical music, but if the audi
ence that ' heard Professor Sigfrid
Lavriu's -recital' at Augustana college
last night could be called representa
tive of the common public, the saying
failed In application. " - s
The recital was a memorial number
to commemorate three celebrated com
posers who have died within the lasi
year Grieg, ,MaT)oweIl and Raeker-
GrondaM; Grieg's compositions com
posed the greater part of the program
and the audience seemed to show a
marked'preference for them. 'Profes
sor Laurin proved himself an able in"
terpreter of the Norwegian's weird
and fascinating compositions. The
first number " was "Aso's Death
which Professor Laurin played on . the
pipe organ. Among the succeeding
numbers were .. "The Solitary Wan
derer, "I Love Thee," "To The
Spring" and ''Sigurd Yorsalfer, Op 50."
Of MacDowell's compositions Pro
fessor Laurin played the "Keltic So
nata," which the American dedicated
to Grieg. It is comparatively a recent
composition! anu last ntgiit was per
haps the first time it has been ren
dered before, a tncity audience. It
breathes very much the same spirit.
as (jrieg's compositions, in fact, the
motive selected by MacDowell is
based on northern mythology.
"Suite. Op. 20," consisting of five
movements, was the comiKition by
Backer-Grondahl played by Professor
L&urin. The style of this comiosition
is entirely different from any other
oii the program. It is full of abrupt
harmonies that surprised the listener.
It is perhaps the mtj.st hrHJiant of the
late Swedish woman compo:.er's
Women's Suits, . . $12 to $35
38 C 11 27 13
Score by innings:
kock isianu uuuiiuzuzu
lowa City 0 0 0 312 0 0 06
Summary: Three ' base hits Kirk,
Carberry. Two base hits Murphy,
Hardgrove, Carberry, McBrjde. Struck
out By Burrell, 1; by Hardgrove, S;
by Powers, 3. .Bases on balls Off
Burrell, 3; off Powers, 1. Double
plays Eng to Cook to Eng. McBride
to Cook, Wilson to Johanssen, Wilson
to Stewart to Johanssen. Stolen
bases Carberry, Johanssen, Mc
Gregor, Burdette. Sacrifice hit Kirk.
day 11 to 3.
The Western league ami American
association opened yesterday with fair
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THE ATTRACTIVE QUALITY
, OF GOOD CLOTHES
Is a force that will always be an
Influence In your favor there
fore, why not get the bestT. Or
der them here, and there will be
no question raixeil aa to their ele
gance of style, their grace of cut
mid tit, or their beauty of finish.
Our-KurinentH are the acme of
style und perfection of finiuh.
E. F. DORN.
.-1812 Second Avenue.
(Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.)
April IS IIowr' Moving riot arm,
matinee and night. . -
April 1V-2.V Wlnalneer Brotbera.
April 2ft Illcliard A ITUkIC Mln
April 27 "The Devil's Aactloa."
in - i
We have rent
ed the Btore In.
Hi n ri : Twenty-'
nrst Btreet, where we will begin
manufacturing: awnings, . tents,
etc., March 30.. WorK guaranteed
and prices the lowest. .Don't, for
get your local manufacturers. We
are here to Btay, and shall do our
best to : please you. Our repre
sentative will call as soon as
possible. ' Leave orders at the of
fice, or phone us, and oar agent
will call with samples
TRI-CITY AWNING A TENT CO.
(Eighteenth Street. North of Second
Vaudeville at 3, 8 and 9:15 p. m. Tnt
atatlaeea Sundays and holldaya.
(Second Avenue, J3ast of Nineteenth
Taadevllle at S, 8 aad 9il5 p. m. Tvt
matinees Suadays and holidays.
Characters . Are Interesting.
George V. Hobart, in the new western
play, "The Wheel of Love," has sur
unded his hero. Jack Hartlet. with
V interesting a set of characters as
Manager Cantillon of Minneapolis
has arrived at Toledo with Fiene,
O'Neill, Quiliin and Welday. which'he
has secured, from the Chicago. White
Manager Donnelly has released
Pitchers Pleasants and Wood from his
staff. Reha and Owei'is. two promis
ing outfielders, will be turned over to
Yesterday's weather was the very
opposite of that of Tuesday and there
was but one game in the big leagues.
that at St. Louis where it rained Tues
day. Pittsburg defeated St. Louis.
iSwaeina, formerly of Peoria, played
first, for Pittsburg and made a hit
likewise an error.
President Tom Loftus- of the Three
Eye yesterday secured the records of
the league and the $3,000 in the sink
ii g fund from' ex-President Holland
at Bloomington. He returned honw
to Dubuque by way of Chicago, stat
ing before he did so that he antic!
pates a successful season. -
Biir'Papke has joined the Kewanee
team and will try to get a place in
the outfield of Manager Bosse' aggre
gation, possibly Bill sees a. coming
decline in the fight game and wants
to have a profession that the law
does not bear dowir upon so severely,
Papke ought to be able to hit 'cm out
even if he can do nothing more. If
here . is- anything that can - get the
best of the spit ball it is that cele
brated uppercut of his .
The Islanders wjll have a real test
TH0MS IS HIGH AGAIN
Makes 233 in Weekly Bowling Match
of the Comus Club.
Thorns made another high score in
the weekly -bowling match of the
Comus Bowling club at the Harms
lleys last: night. He . tumbled 233
pins m tne mini match game rolled.
The team Composed of Reimers,
Thorns, L. Moellerrand W. Moeller
won the series Of three games, the
scores being as follows:
TEAM I. -
Reimers ......171 1G8 171
Thorns ..:.:..'.':.... 197 171 223
L. Moeller...'. :J.'...13C 147 159
V Moeller. ...,;jtf...llG 145 113
-Total i..... .-..'.. '-.592 G32 ' C7G
TEAM II. i '
Heitman- .............171 179 . 147
Kanimerer 192 145 134
Becker .. 100 147 154
Schmklt ...157 137 174
Total .......... .'. .074- COS " 009
a not often seen behind the foot-J01' strength when the Central league
ligAts. Paul Gilmore plays Jack and
inswed on having about him men and
woiven. true to the life and to the
storyA and in Professor "Billings, Ar
thul WoolwIch Glinimerdale- of Glim
merda.e , Towers, Nottinghamshire,
England, Grlzzley Jack. of 'Rosebud
ranch and old miser Grayson -he has
filled the bill most astonishingly well
The story is . a semi-western, semi
automobile love romance tha parries
its dramatic persona from' Lake Ho
patsong, N. J., to Rosebud ranch.
Texas, stopping at busy
on the way for a bit of ocf color.
Mr. Gilmore is delighted with his part
and the country is delighted with both
him and his new play -and there you
ire; Both will be seen at the Moline
theater ( Sunday, April 19, matinee and
Winningers Open Sundayv Winnin-
ger Bros, and their company will open
at' the Illinois for a seven nights en
gagement. No' such . artists as the
wfnninger Bros, have ever, appeared
in our. city before in "repertoire. The
entertainments which they;, offer are
team from South Bend, Ind., comes
here to play next Saturday and Sun
day. The South Bend aggregation is
about the best that the Central league
can serve up and Manager Cook's men
will have their hands full from, th
start. This will be the first time that
the focal fans Jiave had a chance to
iee any of the Central leaguers in
action, and the result -will be of con.
siderable interest outside of the mere
jutcome of the jgame.
Cotuulduour doctor freely &out medi
cal mailers. Ht 4ouu. Trait htm.
D -am ha any.-. , Fallot hit addict.
Talk .with your doctor about Averts non-
alcohnlle Saraanarilla ' Askahim If he nre.
70S scribes t for P"Iet delicate children. Ask
UIU II U W iWVVIUUJVUUi WMVH tUV WVVW
is thin tnd impure, and wbAsthe nerves are
weak and unsteady. Ask him if it aids nature
.' More Pacific Forts .Needed.
Many of our leading senators and
representatives have been seriously
liscussing: the advisability of building
nore extensive fortifications on the
Pacific coast. "In time of peace pre
?are for war'' is an old quotation that
Tiay have some significance at this
articular time. In time of health be
jn .your ' guard against sickness by
ieeptng the digestive organs strong
tnd healthy, the liver, active and the
owels open by using Hofetetter'i
Stomach Bitters.' Thus yoti are . well
tortified against attacks of poor appe
:Ite, sick headache, vomiting, heart
burn, bloating, belching, dyspepsia; in
ligestion, biliousness, costlvenesst Jfe-
naie uis, corns, grippe ana1 malaria
ever and ague. Insist on having Hos
etter's, ' with . our' private stamp Over
,he neck of bottle" We guarantee it
thsblutely pure and you'll find" It will
lo you a world of good.
BUY ON CREDIT
Time is' short you've got to hus
tle if you want1 new clothes for
Easter. .Men and women, boys and
girls, we clothe them all at the low
est prices on $ a week payments.
Come arid buy here. Welcome.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT '
Men's Topcoats, . - $10 to $25
Men's Suitsi . . 10 to
Raincoats, ' . . 10 to
Boys' Suits, . . 7 to
Children's Suits, 2 to
Men's Shoes, ... 2 to
Women's Coats, . 9 to 30
Trimmed Hats, . . 2 to 10
Walking Skirts, . 5 to v 25
Rabcoats, . . 10 to 22
Ladies' Shoes, . 2 to 4
Credit will Buy Your Easter Clothes
I I I HaaaBBaMMfl
I17i W. 2d St.. Davenport
ON THE DIAMOND
STAM)15i(i HF I. VHS.
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Chicago ". .-. U.-.l
Boston ' 1
N'ew York 1
Brooklyn 0 1
Cincinnati n 1
Philadelphia 0 1
St. Louis 0 1
Boston y ,
New York ,
Washington .". i-;-'
W. L. Pet.
7 Many at Party. ;
A l;irge crowd attended tho moon
ight skating party at the -rink last
tvening. The balloon races which
were' held supplied spectators with
considerable amusement. .
He Got What He Needed.
"Nino years ago it, looked as it my
time had come' says Mr. C. Farthing
of Mill Creek, Ind. Ter. "I wa3 bo run
down that life hung on a very slender
thread. It was' then that my druggist
recommended Electric . Bitters. . I
bought a bottle and I got what I need
ed strength. I had one foot in the
grave, but Electric Bitters put it back
on the turf again, and I've been well
ever since." Sold under guarantee at
all druggists. GQc.
Milwaukee . . , 1
Indianapolis .'. 1
Minneapolis 0 0
Louisville 0 1
Kansas City. 0 1
St. Paul 0 1
Pittsburg, 3; St. Louis', 1 (10 in
nings). ' -
Chicago at Cincinnati. Wei grounds.
New York af Philadelphia. Rain.
Boston at Brooklyn. Rain.
Detroit at Chicago. , Cold weather.
Philadelphia at New York. Rain.
Washington at Boston. Rain.
St. Louis at Cleveland. Rain. .
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. -fndianapolis.
4; Kansas City, 2.
Columbus, 5; St. Paul, 4.
Milwaukee, 2; Louisville, 1.
Minneapolis at Toledo. Wet grounds.
Omaha. 10; De Moines, 2.
Sioux City, 4; Lincoln, l.
Denver, '5; Pueblo, 3.
W. W. LEAVES FOR PADUCAH
Open the Excursion
There First of Month,
The steamer W. left the local
boat yards this morning and has
started to Paducah, Ky. When f ar
rives there' it will be given one more
coat of paint and will then be in 'con
dition to start the excursion business
of the year) which it will do about the
first of May. The initial run. of the
season will jje an excursion, out of
Paducah. After that the boat will be
kept brisy -in southern waters for a
month or so before returning, here.
All the sews all the time The Argus.
-Rock Island, 111.
Cured of - Rheumatism.
William Henry of Chattanooga, Tenn.
-had. rheumatism in .his left arm. The
strength: seemed to.. have gone ontrof
the muscles so that it was useless for
work," he says. applied Chamber
lain's Pain Balm'and1 wrapped the arm
in flannel at night, and to, my relief
I found that the pain gradually left irfe
and the strength returned. In three
weeks the rheumatism had disappear
ed and has not since returned.". If
troubled with rheumatism try a few
applications or ram ttatm. you are
certain to be pleased with the relief
which it affotds. For sale by 'all drug
gists. ' '. - V"' '"
The most healthful, upbuilding med
icine knovit n . to science. ' Gentle anp
soothing to the nerves; makes diges
tion' easy. Brings the sweet sleep of
youth, Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea- 35 cents; tea or tablets.- Harper
House pharmacy. ' . ,. y
OUR WELL NEVER
If your well should go dry,'- you '':
wouldn't hesitate to ask your neighbor
for water you simply have to have it.
But when your financial well goes dry -;
when you lack money 'you don't
like to embarrass yourself by asking
your neighbor o friend for money, It's
different then they might not exactly
Our well is for just this purpose
to loan you. money no fear of it going "
dry, and what's more,' we are anxious
to test its capacity.
We will be very glad to loan' you at J
very reasonable cost what money you
need to tide you over temporary em
barrassment. Repay us a little r.t a
time-over a long time if you wish
retain your independence and keep,
your credit good.""" r -"'
-Drop in -and'-see us and let -us ex--plain
our easy terms and convenient
plan. Write or phone us if you cannot
call and we'll call to see you. No ob
ligation on your part and no charge of
any kind unless we make you a loan.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.
MITC1IKI.I. 4b LYNDR BLOCK.
Rouna 38, RocJe laland. J
Office hoars. 8 a. ni. to A p. m., aa4
Saturday evrnlaKS. Telephone west Bl-1.
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours.
T. J. Blackmore of Halle,r & Black-
more, Pittsburg, Pa. says: "A short
time since I procured bottle of Dr.
Detchon s Relief for Rheumatism, 't
got. m out of the house in 24 hour?.
took to my bed with rheumatism
nine months ago and Dr, Detchon's
Relief for Rheumatism is the only
medicine that did me any good.. I
had five of the best physicians in the
city, but I 'received very little, reliel
fronr them. I know Dr. Detchon s Re
lief for Rheumatism to be what it is
represented and take pleasure in rec
ommending It to other poor sufferers."
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Seconl
avenue, Rock Island ;i Gust Schlegel
& Son, 20 West Second street, Daven
QURTIS QPERA fjOUSE
Thursday, April 16.
Under New Management.
BILL fOR WEEK OF APRIL 13.
WHELLER SISTERS Refined com
edy sketch artists.
WILBUR 1 1 1 u s t r a ted
RO MAINE . & CO In ' old
MUSICAL FORRESTS-r-Banjo act.
3 JOS. , KETTLER &
Rural Sketch, ."v ;
. A new racing comedy, by George
Broadhurst and George V. Hobart.
Prices $1.50, J1.00, 75c, and 50c.
Seat sate Tuesday, 9 a. m.
. SeTea KlKbtn, Commeaelaa;
Sunday, April 19. . .
Matinee Sua day. '
The Sur Enough Show, , , '
Ami a Clever lunch of People They.
Always Denver the. Goo s, and . -'
This Season 1 8 No Ex
. ' " ception.
. OpealaK Plar. -"THEy.
LAW AND THE GIRL." -,
?R7c'eR 10c, 20c" and Sc- . MatMee
trlces, 10c and 25c.- ' Ladies-. fp Mon
day with each 80c ticket., Sats on sain
Friday. - . t ' :,: -'- -' - '
i"t -..T' i!''.-.. r ''.
i V "It Don't uHi'JBit
tTfcv ' '
Dentist, Does It. -
1715 Second Avenue.