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ITHE ARGUS, THURSDAY. iiPRIi; 23, 1008.
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Ice Cream Eggs in Spun
Sugar 'Nest, Easter Lily, Chick
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by an artist tailor. Our fabric
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. Rock Island, 111.
Ask 'udar 'Jocfor if Ager
not just the right medicine
lnoui nf ahout it. - Then
HIT WELL BUT LOSE
slanders Defeated by Jackson
ville Central Association
Team 7 to 5.
FEAST ON HOWARD'S CURVES
Wilson Fooled Them Plenty After the
Sixth But the. Handicap Could ...
. Not Be .Overcome.
Jacksonville,, 111., April ,2:1. (Argus
:;eial ) Jacksonville is a very dif
ferent proposition from Macomb from
a baseball .standpoint, as the Islanders
found yesJonkiy afternoon,1 when -ttiey
went against tho C(;iitral association
players. jti . . .- -
The "lunatics" are playing in mid-
season form and they earned a victory
over the visitors 7 to . o by a better
bunching " of hits. Howard's curves
bad no" terrors for thorn and so Tierce
a as t he bombardment in the fifth that
Manager Cooh sent Wilson to the fir
ms tine m toe sixtn. curisty looieu
them from that time on, fanning five
of them, but the same was already
lost. From the Jacksonville stand-
"'f ' -H'
CAKE WALKERS WITH RICHARD
point the feature was the pitching by i
Patrick. Score by innings:
Rock Island ; ... 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 r S
Jacksonville 030030 0 1 7 10 3
Batteries: Howard, WiLon and
Kannell; Jvellar, Patrick and Chase.
Mmlinuii Auniii Heals t'llnlou.
Madison. -Wis., April 23. Madison
tool; the secojjd.' sani -of the sej-ie.s
from Cl.int.oru la., yesierday by . the
score of -- 7 Jo--3,"- Score: '-;
Madison .",..,.00101 1 ft 4 x 7 1 S 2
Clinton . . .,;,:r.2. ft 1 0 0 0.0 (13 6 1
Batteries: ' ;.Mudisoh Grimes,
Sehmiler, '.lark" and Speer;-Clinton
Fleet and Siniflu "; -
W'atrrltio, S;- Odiir, KapldN, O.
Dubuque, 2; St. Joseph. 1.
(Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.)
April V.i-ZT Wluoliiser Ilrolhern.
April U Hlelinril A IrlnKle Min
r.lrels. April 27 ' Tlie Devil'H Aurlloi."
(Eighteenth Strnct, North of Second
Vaudeville at . S nnl 9:15 p. m. Two
iiiallnem SuudnjH nnl liollilnyit.
The Family. '
(Second Av niie, East of Nineteenth
Taudeville nl 3, H nu p. m. Two
ninli'orm SiniUajs antl Itollilaj-s.
Strong Play for Tonight. Gus Wil
liams' famous play, "Keppler's For-
ditune" will be the bill at the Illinois
theater this evening. It is a strong
comedy, and Frank Winninger will
play old John Keppler, a butcher. '-"Red
River? will be presented tomorrow,
"Simple Simon", at the matinee Satur
day, and the Wlnninger company will
close Us engagement Saturday with a
melodrama', "A Man's Broken Prom
Chas. H. Yale's "Devil's Auction.'
! Manager Charles II. Yales says the
I "Deyil's Auction" is the best paying
ptece of theatrical property in Amer
jicayand gives: the following reasons
to substantlafe-l the claim: first, it has
uf?en tm .une -i pau conunousiy. ior z&
sisons;- se4)ad, it has-always piBns
fd its-many.ihpusand3 ;,or ,Vatrns
throughout iheTc'oitntry; fliivd,..U lias
always ieen kept, up to the "times .with
novelties and- Tnhovations, makltrg it
each ;Eeason ' & new rjerforrnance, sim
ply retaining -the old name as a trade
mark; fourth,, rlt has never presented
Cold sfter cold, cough after cough.
One coli .no sooner -.cured than
another one comes. It's a bad habit,
this taking-cold habit. 'What - you
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Cherry Pectoral h ifJ.Tl.
for such eases. He iai.' mcu membranes, I
follow his aJoice. sirengtnenwesKtissues.yjf.V 3
any thing, to offend and caters to the
ladies and, children; fifth.. the theater
loing public; are always sure of en
joying a pleasant evening's entertain
ment and. seeing whai the manage
nient.advertises. The one reason why
everybody Khpuld see it this year is
that the 2Cth edition of . the "Devil's
Auction" is. new in lis entirety. Man
ager R. J 1., Taylor of the-Illinois thea
tor .-announces-this attraction for April
27. ' " , -,
Minstrels for Sunday. Richards
Prinslo'o injnstrels are to lie 'at the
Illinois- theater Sunday, Ap;'i; 2G, mat
inee , and, pish f. This, ir (lift Ip!
chance to see this dusky hand of en
tci tamers for r-ome time, as they go
abroad next season for an extended
lour. The persunn. 1 oj" the compar.j
this season includes such well known
names a,s " Clarence Powell, Pc:'i
Woods, Happy Pcaurf-a;uaid. Fred
Simpson, William Bob;;on, Billy Kin
f. ' W. Cooprr, Aloiizo M.ioro, Sidne
hftkpatricky" Charley S-o(t, Marsh
Craig, lien Johnson r.ml a host of
others. .The' beautiful new electrical
Erst part,:"The Meeting 'of the Alum
jn," is a ladicnl departure in minstrel
zy, a.ons and acous beyond any thins
attempted '.by competitors. .There is
a bis singing and dancing act, "'Plan
tation Pastimes." in which the full
strength of the company appear. Clar
e-nce Powell, the coipnlont comedian
5-i 'h ir ' i1
& PIUNGLES MINSTRELS, AT THE
who talks ahont his family, has sev
eral new ones to think over. Moor,
Hindoo importation, has an act the
like of which has not been seen be
fore. . Craig is as big a mystery as
ever, and the musical burlctta, "When
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VIOLET IIILSON, AT THE ILLINOIS
MONDAY, IN "DEVIL'S
; - AUCTION."
the Troop Struck Town," is alonj
tirely new lines.
A; Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheu
I - have been a great sufferer from
the dreadful disease, .rheumatism, for
t number of years. I have tried many
medicines, but never got much relief
from any of them until two yea.'s ago,
when I, bought a bottle of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. I found relief be
tore I had used all of one bottle, but
kept on applying and soon felt like a
different woman. Through, my advice
a.any of my friends have tried it and
can "tell yo'u how wonderfully it has
workect. . Mrs. Sarah A. Cole. 14 S.
New ,street, Dover, Del. Chamber-
tain's Pain Balm is a liniment The
relief .'from pain which it affords, is
alone . worth many-4Jmp.s its co3L It
makes" "rest and sleep possible. For
alo by Jill druggists. '
- Rheumatism Cured in a " Day.
'Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma-
Isrh and neuralgia radically cures hi
3ne to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the. cause and the
disease Immediately.' disappears. - The
first dose, greatly benefits. 75 cents
and $1. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Eock Island; - Gusi
Schlegel & Son, 20 West' Second
ttreet, .Davenport, ; " 1 - -
S FINE PROGRAM
Kronoberg -Milita y Fand o'
Stockholm, - Sweden, to be
Heard Tomorrow Night
AT THE MOLINE THEATER
iloyal Organization Comes Under Aus
pices of the Augustana Lyceum
Many Seats Sold.
Tomorrow evening the Kronoberg
vlilitary band of Stockholm, Sweden
ill make its king expected appear
nice in the Moline opera house. The
idvance sale of tickets has been heavy
i ml indications ail point to a packed
louse. . v
The program as arranged is unusually
ich in quality and includes some of
he most celebrated baud compositions,
uch as the overture from "William
fell," the triumphal march .from Wag-
.ier's "Rheingold," Urieg's "Ijandsight-
ng, and (wo passages from "Carmen."
Vn additional feature that adds much
nterest to the program will be the ap
pearance of Mme. Alally Hoegherg, so-
oist of the Royal, Opera in Stockholm,
ho will sing two numbers.
The program in full follows,
'llor oss, Svea" (Hear Us, Svea)...
Overture, "William Tell" Rossini
Medley of Swedish Folk T.unes
Old Comrades" Teik
'Death of Aese," "I.andsighting"
Spinning Wheel aria from the opera,
"The Mountain Bride" Ilallstrom
Mme. Mally Hoegherg.
Extract and Chorus from the opera,
Entry of the Gods Into Walhalla,
from the opera, "Rheingold"
"Midsuninierwake," Swedish rhap
"The Stage Boy Homeward Bound"
Irrnelin Rose" Peterson-Berger
Mme. Mally Hoegherg.
Tunes from tho Skerries ...
Arranged by Hoegherg
Bellman Melodies, ISth century
Regimental March of the Royal Kro-
Taps of the Swedish Army
Charles, Mueller .:Jlrvt basciriaii, has
oeen released i'y manager Rowland of
Dubuque. ' v ; -
Donnelly has released Pitcher Smith
to the Puna club'.in the -Eastern 11 11
nois i.league. , ' -
H. S. Miller and; A. B. Hopkins are
two unknowns who have just signed
One week form today .and the music
begins iu the Three-Eye league. Rock
inland's opening is a week from Satur
Percy Wilder was given a tryout by
Donnelly Monday and performed so
well that he is declared to be in con
dition to go.IuUKa regular pennant
Charles Bnelow has a problem at
Clinton. He has four good outfielders
Thiery, Ohland, Corkhitl ,and Kaphan
but he has no third .baseman. He
would like to trade one of these men
for a, man who can perform on, the
third bag. , ' .
Fifteen thousand 4 people saw the
opening of the 'National league season
at Chicago yesterday, the feature be
ing the raising of the National league
championship pennant, which drew
forth all kinds of enthusiasm. Then
the Cubs "turned in and. cleaned up
Cincinnati 7 to 3.
The Central league openslts ,sea
son today with games at Evansville
Terre Haute, Zanesville and Wheeling.
Since last fall there are two new cities
in the circuit, Zanesville taking the
place of Canton and Fort Wayne that
of Springfield. Owing to poor weather
for the practice season a number of
the clubs, will carry from 18 to 20 men
into the season to give all material a
fair trial. The league is said to be
faster this year than ever before.
There is a deal on by which Spring
.Held .may sell George Hughes to Clin
ton, for cash .or for a trade for Davy
Ciockett and a cash bonus. Kinsella
does not want Crockett very badly, but
it Js said tbat he -will take him and
use him on- first, keeping Dick Smith
in th box. - Clinton will pay .'almost
any-price for Hughes, as there is ur
gent "need of a second baseman.
Hughes is- sold - by ' Springfield Jack
Herbert will cover seqond and Berg
third. V - " ' ,. . '
j A movement is on .foot for the rals
ing of a fund among baseball players
and followers of the game to erect
tablet upon the grave of Henry Chad
wickthe "father of .baseball." whose
death'occurred this week iri.Brooklyn,
President P. T. Powers of the .National
Association of Baseball Clubs has tak
en the matter up. He favors limiting
contributions to $1 each-? iu. order to
hare as many individuals as possible
Interested in the undertaking. Presi
denfLoftus of the ThVee-Eye hasre
quested all clubs to haVe "their flags at
naif mast at the opening games next
Thursday in honor of Chadwick.
ON THE DIAMOND
STA.DINW OF ( Lt US.
. W. L. PcL
Chicago C 1 . .857
New York C 1 -.857
Pittsburg 4 , 3 . .571
Philadelphia 3 3 .501
Cinciuuati ...3 4 .42b
Boitou .,.,2 5 .2SC
Brooklyn 2 ,5 .2&C
31. Louis .; 1 . C .143
W. L. Pet.
St. Louis ..C 2 ..75C
New York ...5 2 .714
Boston -. .5 .. 3 ,C2o
Chicago 4 4 .500
Cleveland .:...3 3 .500
Philadelphia 4 4 .50f.
Detroit 1 5 .1C7
Washington .1 C .UZ
V. L. Pet.
Columbus .. .'.... ....-.7 1 -S75
Toiedo ... .. ... 5 1 .833
Milwaukee 5 3 .02.",
Indianapolis ..4 3 .571
Louisville ......4 4 Oi
vlinneapolis .2 4 .22?.
ansas City .2 5 .2SC
St. Paul 0 8 .00.
Chicago, '7; Cincinnati, 3.
Pittsburg, 5; St. Louis, 1.
New Yoik, 3; Brooklyn, 2.
Boston, 1; Philadelphia, 7.
Cleveland. 0; Chicago, 4.- .
Detroit, 3; St. Louis, 7. s
Washington, 3; Boston 5. , .
Philadelphia, 3; New York, 5.
-Louisville, 9; Kansas City, 2.
Indianapolis, 5; Milwaukee, S.
Toledo, 8; St. Paul; 7..
Columbus, C; Minneapolis, 12.
Lincoln, C; Des Moines, 1 Xsix .in
nings). ' r ...
Pueblo, 7: Denver, 9r .
FIGHTERS ARE IN CONDITION
Gardner and Sullivan 'Are Reported
Fit for Their Go Tonight.
Los Angeles. Cal.', April 23.tf-Jimmy
Gardner and M,ike "Twin" Sullivan are
scheduled to fight twenty-five rounds
onight before Jim Jeffries. new club
which is situated in the town of Ver
non oh the outskirts of Los Angeles.
The big pavilion will scat 7,500 peo
pie, and has many conveniences.
On account of Sullivan's usual man
ner of fighting his battles, always cau
tious. stalling for the decision, and
never taking a chance, Jeffries; who will
referee, has notified the fighters if they
Jo not put up the best battle they are
capable of, he. will stop the fight and
return the gate money.
The men will weigh in tomorrow aft
ernoon, at 142 at 3 o'clock. Gardner
is the favorite, about 1 to 9 being the
prevailing odds.. Reports from train
ing quarters .indicate .both men fit,
and that they will hae no difficulty
in making the weight aud be strong.
MAVY SHELL IS DEFEATED
Harvard - Wins Most Exciting Race
Ever Rowed at Annapolis. '
Annapolis, Md.. April 23. By not a
a full length of their shell yesterday.
the naval academy crew lost to Har
vard s eight-oared crew in one of the
most interesting and spectacular races
ever rowed over a two-mile course, on
the Severn river. Time - Harvard,
10:30; the Navy, 10:32. The navy
crew caught the water at the rate of
42 strokes to the minute, while their
opponents' rate was forty. The differ
ence told and the misshipmen Jumped
on the front. Their lead was ahout
a quarter of a length and they held
this advantage until the hilf mile sig
nal was passed, when- their stroke
come down to 36r Harvard held to
its place of 40. At the mile post the
rival crews went neck and neck for a
quarter of a mile, after which - the
visitors' shell crept ahead, ;while .the
navy lost ground.
v To Enlarge the Canal.
; The . enlargement of 10 feet . in the
width of the Panama 'canal t locks : is
being urged by the navy department.
This is a small concession to the de
mand for increa-sed accommodations
for the conning . big vessels, which
builders claim will be .'much' larger
In the next few years. . The use or
llostetter's Stomach Bitters is urged
iu every- case of stomach, liver or
bowel disorder, because past experi
ence has proven it to be' the best for
fcuch ailments. A few. doses at the
first symptom will save you a lot of
unnecessary suffering. Therefore get
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dealer and always keep It handy. It
will restore the appetite, aid (diges
tion, keep the bowels open and thus
prevent, sick : headache, flatulency,
heartburn, dyspepsia, indigestion, fe
male ills and malaria, fever and ague.
.Mrs. Barker was given . up by
one. of our .best.ldoctors, .no hope, dls-.
heartened, took Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea as a last resort; It
saved my life." . Greatest remedy for
women. -35 cents,- tea or tablets
Harper House pharmacy.
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PLAY THE WEEKLY SERIES
Comus Club Members Hold Bowling
Contests at the Harms,
The Convus bowling club bowled
series of games on the Harms' al-
leys last evening and the team com
posed of Heitmann, Thorns, Reimers,
and Newman won two out of the
three games rolled. The scores were
. CC4 550
100 - ' 127
1C5 - 108
Reimers . . .
Kam merer .
L. Moeller .
He Got What He Needed.
"Nine years ago it looked as if my
time had come," says Mr. C. Farthing
of MiUsCreek, Ind. Ter. "I was so run
lown tha,t 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
id strength. I had one foot in the
grave, but Electric Bitters put it back
on the turf again, and I've been well
?ver. since." Sold under guarantee at
all druggists. 50c .
IB ei ivett's
Sporting G o od s Store,
" Rock Island, 111.
Rock Island ?
High Grade Vehicles
We carry a complete line of high and
medium priced work in repository at
115 Sixteenth street. : y. i : :
Our Styles are Up-tb-Date
River Riplets. . ..
The Ruth was up and back. Tae
ftage of water was C.10 at C a. m. and
C.15 at noon. -
. COMPANY B.
TI'ESDAY "Sehool TriixleeK."
WEDNESDAY "Among Stranger." -Till
USD A V -Krpi1er'N Fortune."
Kit IDA V -lted Ulver."
SA i t ItllAV ( mnt lore) "Simple Si
mon." (10 cents). ;
SATI IIDAY (evening) "A Man'a
Broken Promlne." and Vaudeville to
PRICES 30c, 20c and 10c.
Sunday, April 26.
Matinee nail Aight.
They've Made the Whole World Laugh!
RICHARD & PP.INGLE'S
up (ala lljihl of iiiiiet Stveet Song
. Iy Southern SingrrH.
li:.TKUIOl S DANCES BY BOYS
FKOM D1X1K LAND.
A Dig KnKeml4e of tlie Wiirld'n threat
en C C'omediunH. ;
ritlCKS Matin. e. lrtc and sr.o;. even
In S. 20c, SOe :ind S0e. .
Seat sale at box office. I'hone west
224 ...... . .
Monday Evening, prir-'S7';-rr
Charlen II. Yale's .KxtraordiiiarySpw-
taele, the Kvcrlaslinff"'"'."'V
. ; Superior Scenic I n veal 11 u re."" '
FOl'H UA iiX. AFRICAN. El.KPllAjJTtt!
Large i'omiiany , I'-tD
1 11 IlK'lt.
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GRAND TITANS PollMATION SCENE.
"A It MO It."
I'rii-fH 23vT50iv J5c and rSeat
sale at theater. Phone weet 22.",;
For DmLenneii, Oplina,
a Morphia aad
tber Drar Mvmm,
the Tobacco Habit
AUlU W msTiTUTr
I Strict ty
f - Dwight, III.