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I THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY; MAY 6. 1908.
through a pair of
: ramser's perfect
l fitting is not only .
'a pleasure but a
: benefit and relief
to. afflicted eyes.
', come in and have
us examine your
FREE. '. ':
'Jrvvcter Mad Optumetrlat
v. . Opposite Harper House.
TO CLOSE ELEVEN
Civic" Federation of Davenport
Brings Action Against -cf
:.. '': More Saloons. ''v.l.rrv-'.v
when your sweetheart actual or
prospective opens a box of
.V , CHOCOLATES
. -". BON-BONS
sent by you. The answer to the
question, how to get a wife, isr
Send her a box of fine candy
1716 Second Ave." Both Phones.
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE.
Our Bakery Goods Are Perfect.
Alleged That Sunday and . 10 O'clock-
Closing AreNot Observed
After. Pofil Halls Also.-
Troubles- of the Davenp'qrt alo"qu-
Keepers have not yet. ended. ' ; Attor
ney H. Et. Beatty, representing, the
Civic federation, today filed . applica
tions for ., permanent ' injunctions
against 11 proprietors of dispensaries
oi! the ground they have violatedthe
terms of the mulct law, particularly
those relating to Sunday closing anil
closing at 10 o'clock, at night. Several
of the saloons are in the Bucktowu
district, the Standard .theater being
among the number. ; ; 1, .
To. Intitule I'ool Ilalln. ' ' . '
Attorney W. W. Lunger has sejrved
notice upon Chief of Police Atkinson
that he will be held to accountability
for failure to enforce Sunday and
early closing provisions of the law
governing pool rooms. A large num
ber of pool halls have been establish-
tu uy ureeks In, Davenport recently
and it is charged that these places
harbor boys of tender' years and give
them a chance to learn vicious habifs.
ON THE DIAMOND
STANDING OV :LUI1S. Vt
f HKEE EYE LEACUE.
- W. L. Pet
Decatur .......... 2
RQCK ISLAND ..... .3
Cedar Rapids ..2
Clinton .... : 1
far" the largest organization within the
Augustana synod. . Augustana college
of , Rock Island, Augustana Book con
cern of Rock Island; and the Swedish
LutReran hospitals and other institu
tions In .Chicago are embraced 1 the
conference.-; Prominent Lutheran
church men and educators, from, the
middle west are. here for the confer
ence, which -continues-; until .Sunday
ev"enjjiMai 15. Tie yisiting clergy
men are(o participate in, the silver
jubilee j festival , of', ZIon : Lutheran
church -Thursday : evening, when , the
pastpp. Rev. N.: P.: Sjbstrom, will give
ar h fetoTy- of. the-aociety," over -which
he- has .'presided: fur. eight years.-,Rev.
L; .O." Abramson Of Chicago Ewill
preach the jubjlee sermon. " .
EMPLOYES MAY GO ?
TG PENNANT RAISING
f.lEHSlC HAS BEST OF - faygth-- ' 10 Bioom,non
CLAREHCE ENGLISH drunken
A CURABLE DIS
EASE. . . ,.
Defeated Uaterjn iSix-Ronnd. Engage- Eminent Physicians and Scientific Men
ment at Los Angeles Thompson, - Agree That It Should be Treated '
anu, vnnon. Draw. I . as Such.
.nmnkpnnpfia is a. nrnerrpsslve dls-
LOS Angeles, Cal., May XI. MemsiC LnP- tho tnnHomtn drinker la nnt ROt
bested liigils-h In a six-round contest isfled with two or three drinks a day:
Thompson and ' Gannon to Draw.
' Boston, May C.-rCycloue Johnny
Thompson of Sycamore, inland Mick-
the craving for more and more be
comes irresistible as the disease, ad
vances; the result Is chroplc alconoi
ism. . , .'-..,; "-'.,'
y uau. -;u.B laueo auer thousands rj gnt ln their own homes la
12 rounds at the Armory A. A. last n..rina if .a n ..ipntifin .,.r fnr
night to convince the referee, Hector
Mclnnis, that the decision should be
other than a draw, it appeared more
of a wrestling instead jit a boxing
match. ; , .
L. S.' McCabe' & Co., Starts. Move'for
' Big Crowd at the Baseball
. . h Park May .
L.. S. ; McCabe & 90. have started
things inthe right direction for a big
time May 12 by announcing that all
employes who wish to attend the pen
nant raising 'will " be allowed to go at
2 o'clockin -the afternoon for the re
mainder of the day, though the store
will not be closed. Other business
houses are expected to follow the good
BOY BELIEVED TO BE
BLACK HAND AGENT
Cuts Throats of Brooklyn Barber, Wife
and Three Employes While
They Slept. . -
v W. L. Pet
Chicago ...11 3 .7SC
Pittsburg 8 4 , .CC7
New York 10 7 .5S8
Boston 10 8 .550
Philadelphia ..... 8 9 .471
Cincinnati ..5 7 .417
Brooklyn 7 11 .3S9
St. .Luis 3 13 .187
X.y'iOJ A. . ill I
Hi . 57 V I
PhiladelpliiaTt.". .. .
Detroit ...T.. . . 5
New Vork, May C. A 10-year-old
boy 'known only as Carmelle employed
in a barber shop in , Brooklyn early
today cut the throats of his employer,
Anton Perase, Mrs. Perase, and three
barbers while they lay asleep in Per
ase's apartment. The wound of Per
ase and wife are believed 'to be mor
tal while those, of the three barbers
probably are not faltal. The boy es
caped. The police have a theory the
boy was agent of the blackhand gang
which has been demanding money of
Perase under threat of injury, and
that the blackmailers placed the boy
in the shop in order to punish Perase
for his refusal to satisfy their de
DIAMOND : DOINGS
Rock Island at Blooming ton A
Cedar Rapids at Springfield.
Dubuque at Decatur.
Clinton at Peoria.
Jack "Herbert is assured of third
base with Springfield, ' Joe Burg hav
ing been turned over to Burlington
Pitchers McDonald and St. Vrain
and Catcher Sampson have been re
leased by Bloomington. The last
named wilf manage the Havana team.
Frank, 'Lakaff is expected back
shortly from Tacoma. where he had a
trial this spring. . It appears that he
lias not been able to get into shape
on 'the coast.
As soon as the smallpox quarantine
if lifted Manager "Belden Hill will
have half a dozen more good men to
add to his crippled force and he prom
ises then to give a better account of
himself. First Baseman Brown has
been taken illand gone home.
It is a
drunkenness and has given such uni
versal satisfaction that -it Is sold under
a positive guarantee to effect, a cure ot
your money will be refunded.' This guar
antee is given , In good faith and Is
carried out" to. the letter.: Orrine is
not a new remedy: it has been sold
by the leading''druggists in, every city
for years. It has lifted tens of thous
ands from the depths to worthy man
hood and has the hearty endorsement
of grateful men and women fn every
state in the Union
- Orrine No. 1 is the secret remedy;
Orrine No. 2 Is for those willing to
take the treatment. Either form
costs $1.00. The guarantees. Is the
same In either case. Write to the
Orrine- eompany; Washington;. D. C,
for free treatise on drunkenness, mail
ed in plain sealed envelope. Orrine
will be mailed sealed on receipt of
price. Sold by Jeading druggists and
in this city by the Harper House
THE FINISHING TOUCH
to your new. spring outfit can
be put upon It by us. Your gar
ments are sure to be of the very
latest cut, style and -material,
and the fit is perfect. When
you want to appear elegant and
recherche, have your suit or
overcoat made here.
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Avenus.
That's why our seed business Is
larger every year. , -.,
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; We carry the largest line of "
tested bulk seeds In the tri-clties '
at 'wholesale and retail.
- wall paper at a biq
saving. ': .' ' , .
YOUNG & McCOMBS.
Rock Islind, I1L
Indianapolis 12 5 .700
Toledo 10 . 5 .C67
Louisville 12 7 .032
Columbus 12 7 .632
Milwaukee 11 7 .Gil
Kansas City 6 11 .353
St. Paul 5 13 .278
Minneapolis ". . 2 15 .118
T ESTERD AY'S IIESITLTS.
All games called off, rain.
Pittsburg Chicago, rain.
New York, 4; Philadelphia, 0.
-Boston, 7; Brooklyn, 1.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. .
Washington-New York, wet grounds.
Philadelphia, 5; Boston, 2.
St. Louis, 2; Detroit, 1.
St. Paul, .0; Indianapolis, 5.
Minneapolis, 1; Louisville, 2 (11 in
nings). . . - -
Kansas City, 4; Columbus, G (11 In
nings). , ' .
-. CENTRAL LEAGUE. : '
' Fort Wayne, 4 ; Evansville, 9.
Grand Rapids, C; Zanesvllle.0.
Dayton-Wheeling, wet grounds.
South Bend-Terre Haute, cold.
DEMOCRAT' WINS AT ST. PAUL
Daniel W. Lawler Elected Mayor by
a Large Majority.
St. Paul, May G. Daniel W. Lawler,
democrat, was elected mayor of St
Paul yesterday over Joseph McKib-
bin, republican, in one of the hottest
political campaigns in the, history of
the city. Lawler's majority is estima
ted at from 4.000 to 5,000. The fight
was made on the grounds of law en
forcement, Lawler being the adminis
tration candidate.. The election called
out t he largest vote ever registered in
Paul. McKibbin had the backing
of the Iaw Enforcement 'league and
the churches of the city. There was
considerable excitement during the
day, arising from charges and cross
charges of fraudulent voting.
Chicago May C. Following are the
market .quotations today:
May, 102. 103, 102, 102. .
July." 90, 91, 89, 90.. . .
September, 80, 8C. 85. 85.
May. 70. 70. C9. 74.. -July,
C4, C5, C4, C4.
September, 02. C3. C2. C2:
May. 53, 54. 53, 54y4.
July. 4C, 40, 4C, 4C.
September, 37, 37, 30, 3C.
May, 13.27, 13.27, 13.27. 13.27.
July, 13.47. 13.50, 13.47, 13.50.
September, 13.75, 13.77, 13.72; 13.77
May, 8.37, 8.37, 8.37. 8.37.
July. 8.50, 8.50, 8.45? 8.45. . ' - -September,
8.C7, 8.67, 8.G2. 8.G2.
May, 7.05, 7.05, 7.05, 7.05.
July. 7.30, .7.30, 7.25,-7.27.
September, 7.50, 7.52, 7.50, 7.50.
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If you owe. money or need money for any legitimate purpose,
don't advertise the fact among your friends or neighbors. It won't
add to your popularity artd it certainly will not help your credit. .
, , Cheer up, and keep on smiling and come here for the money yoff
need. Well guarantee to preserve tfte smile and send you away hap
py. .:' - . '
''it's our business to loan money, but our plan is different from the
usual run and we know youll like it because' it's fair and framed
to suit YOUR convenience in the matter of the repayment.
.. We can arrange a loan, from $10.00 up, quickly, privately and on
most reasonable terms. We would like to figure with yu today. No
obligation on your, part and no charge of any kind unless we make
you a loan. Will you call or would you, prefer to have ns come to
' see you. , !
MITCHELL. LTlfDH BLOCK, ROOM 88, ROCK I9LAKM.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p nu, and Saturday evenings. Telephone -west
514; new telephone 6011. - ' 7
KEEP LIQUOR FROM SOLDIERS
Methodist Mission Conference Tele
Baltimore, May G. With hymns of
praise and prayers for divine guidance
the 25th delegated mission general -con
ference of. -the Methodist Episcopal
church was begun here today. Bishop
Henry W. Warren of'Denver presided.
Just before adjournment a telegram
was directed to be sent to -Speaker I
Cannon urging . the continued exclu
sion of intoxicating liquor from the
branches of the National Soldiers'
: WESTERN LEAGUE.
.All games postponed on account of
SWEDISH LUTHERANS .. .
, MEETING AT ROCKFORD
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Three Hundred Delegates at Confer.
. ence Which Embraces Local Col
lege and Book Concern.
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' ftockfdrd, 111. May G. Illinois coni-
. ference of the, Swedish Lutheran
; church convened here yesterday with
300 pastors and delegates In attend
ance. Conference sessions are being
1'eld ln Zion ' Lutfieran ' church, which
on Sunday and Monday celebrated Its
silver lubliee The Illinois conference
includes in its membership ; Swedish
Lutheran -pastors of Indiana, Wiscoh
sin, Michigan and Illinois, and ts by
: I -1 ' ,A Body Builder - -: - Without Alcohol ;
I A tSrhri A Blood Purifier !- Without Alcohol
I 1 JL ZX AJt I KJL : A Great Alterktive - Without Alcohol
MskuoatJoclorlfaffayne. A Doctor' s Medicine y Alcohol
I h&Aye,; SaJpdrillditi not vastly Ayere SarsaptnlU , .Without Alcohol
Hi -,i . 1 .1.1 .1 ...1 11 W fc DO er.t.l W pobUU J.O.aycrCo.,
g betict without alcohol than With U, tbfrmnia of mow wHitiiH. KwHium.
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ADDS T0 BILLIARD TITLE
Calvin Demarest Becomes Internation-
al Amateur, Champion.
New Ygrk, May C. Calvin Demarest
ot Chicago, national amateur billiard
champion, added the international
title to his list last night when he de
feated Lucien Rerolie, 400 to 210, at
the Liederkranz club. Rerolle was for
five times cue Champion of France,
pnd is considered one of the leading
continental players. Demarest came
through the 18.2 tourney with a clean
record, trimming, all his opponents
with comparative lease. He. Js regard
ed here as -the; greatest amateur bil
liardist of the age; '
; Rerolie and Charles Cohklin of Chi
cago are . tied for second place, and
there is a strong possibility that this
will go to the western city also, as
Conklin downed the Frenchman early
In the tournament
lower. Hogs lett over, 4,700. I-ight,
EtECT HAMPTON AS CAPTAIN gfSy.";"'S
J0M Tms Owecxioh Of Gu'msciii iiJimtrtkiM.
Wednesday, May 6. - ; -CHARLES
FROHMAN - '
' . Presents
In Her Greatest Triumph,
Prices, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and
Under New Management.
Receipts today: Wheat. 20;' com,.
uio- oats. luO;. noes. 28.000: cattle.
1S.00O; sheep, 15,000. '
Estimated receipts Thursday: Hogs,
24,000. ' - -
Hog market Opened weak to 5 cents
Elks Baseball Team Anxious
Games With Other Lodges.
At a -meeting of the Elks baseball
club last evening O. B. Hampton was
elected captain. Manager John Carse
announces that he is anxious to ar-
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady. .
Omaha: Hogs, 7.000; cattle, 4.000.
Kansas City: Hogs, 15,000; cattle,
Hnf marfcpt rlnenit ntivo tn 1(1
langefor a schedule of games with L.nr iOWPr iiBhf tssss :? mivn.7
other lodge teams in or near the and butchers, 5.355.72; good heavy,
three cities. His team expects to get U5.30B7); rough heavy $5.30S?5.45.
down to regular practice this week,
ISLANDERS AT BLOOMINGTON
Balked by Rain They Leave Peoria
Without Test of Strength.
Rain again kept all Three-Eye teams
idle yesterday and the champs left
Peoria without having a , test of
. s - Taft at Panama.
Colon, May G. The cruiser Prairie
with Secretary Taft and party on board
arrived here at 8 this morning. The
secretary was welcomed bjr officials
representing the republic of Panama
and the canal commission.
Notice to Grocers. .'
Sealed proposals for the following
list . of groceries lor Bethany home
will be received 1y Mrs. L. G. Eddy'
1800 Fifth avenue, Rock Island, until
noon, Friday,, May 8. 1908:- Eight
sacks iPlllsbnry flour, 2 sacks white
corn meal, 2 sacks yellow corn meal."!
2 sacks graham flour, 1 case eggs," 10
pounds mixed, coffee, 10 pounds postum'
cereal, G pounds head rice, 100 pounds.
granulated sugar, 1 box .soda crack
ers; 18 packages Egg-O-See, 18. pack-;
ages cream of wheat, 5 pounds green
leaf tea, 1 dozen sacks salt (5 pounds)
G packages soda (A& H.), half pound
nutmeg, 25 pounds lard, 25 pounds
prunes,, 25 .pounds sal soda, 1 dozen
quart bottles blueing; half bushel naVy;
beans, 6 cakes Bon - Ami, 1 case early
peas. .."' . - ,
Belmont Horse Wins Abroad. .
i London, May 6.7-The 2,000 guinea
stakes for colts and. fillies '-. foaled, in
1905, run at New Market today, was
won by August Belmont's Norman III.
; :' ' : ' '. River Riplets. ' ; ' . .'
The Helen Blair was in. from the
touth. ' The; stage pf water ; was 7.55
at C a. m. and 7.70 tnoon. (; -
All the newa all the time THE
ARGUS. . v. , ' '
Cattle market closed steady.' Beeves
$1.757.25; stockers and feeders,
$3.705.SO; cows and heifers, $2.50
. Sheep market closed strong 10 cents
Minneapolis: Today, 138; last week,
82; last year, 252.
Duluth: Today, 34; last week, 12;
last year, 152.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
higher, corn unchanged.
Liverpool closing Wheat to 1 d.
lower, corn unchanged. '
New York Stocks.
New York, May 6. Following are
the quotations on the stock market today:
Gas 90. U. P. 13914, U. S. Steel pre
ferred 100. U. S. Steel common 3G,
Reading 110, Rock Island preferred
33, Rock Island common 1G1. South
ern Pacific 84, N. Y. Central 102,
Missouri Pacific 49, L. &- N. . 108,
Smelters 73, C. Ft I. 20, Canadian
Pacific 155, Illinois Central . lSG'i,
Penua 118. Erie 19, C& O. 38.
B R. T. 47, B. & O. 88, Atchison
82. Locomotive 51, Sugar 127,
St. Paul 131. Copper 3G, Republic
Steel, preferred 07, Republic Steel
common 18. vv' " '.;'-: "',- .'
Three Slum Ually,
.3MQ, SrOO, :ir.
Last Night of This Great Shoy ;
UKOS, TY'ntJpth Centiiry
KANTON Tit 14 Roman lUng1 Ex
JOHN. AXD MAIIKI. MOOKK Come
dy Sketch. . - ; . ' .-
HA V V FAY Illustrated Sonss.
CA M En A J HA 111 Showing the Gotch-
Haokensi-hniiOt Match. Iist time, t'om
plote hang-e of ."bill tomorrow.
10 AND 20 CENTS.
Thursday, May 7. .
Henry B. HarrIs,Manag,er "Lionand '
the Mouse" Company, .
, - Presents . -
' RALPH STUART
In a New Sensation, for tne Talate of
The Great Collego Play. ."
A I'lnnoi-Ie of Saccewn, Crownlac mlf
1rrviaua EITorlH. and Surpn- .
Idk the WUdent DrraniM
of ImaKlnat ioa.
PRICES 25c, SOc. 70c. U and $1.50.
Seat sale at theater. Phone west 224.
and heifers,; $1.00 to $4.00; calves. $4.00
to $5.50. - -
- ; Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, C8c to 70c; oats,-G0c to
53c. - - - . -'
Forage Timothy hay, $11 to $13;
prairie, $8J)0 to $10.00; clover, $10.00
to $11.00; straw. $6.00., .- -
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c to 8c
THE HANDEL ORATORIO SOCIETY
THURSDAY, MAY 7. . .
Gallia" ....V.. v.... Gounod
"Hymn of Praise" Mendelssohn
Rendered by a
Chorus of 75 voices, accompanied by
College Symphony Orchestra..
Soloists Edward Walkertehor;
Grace Ames, '-soprano: '- Edta' i.und.-
mezzoeoprario. Emil Larson, difector.
: Sore Nipp Tes. .. "' ,
Any nfother who has had experience
wlththls distressing ailment will be
pleased to know that a enre may be
effected by . applying Chamberlain.!?
Salve a si soon as the child is done
nursing. Wpe it off with a soft cloth
before allowing- the .babe to nurse.
Many trained . nurses - use this salve
with best . results. For sale by al
druggists. . ;
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS..
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock,- Feed and fuel, '
Rjpcfe-"Island Say. 6. Following fire
t.lie":wh&!esale rcei in the local mar
ker todayi ; : r ,,t.- , -
Provisions and Produce.
. Eggs Fresh, 13c to 13c.v j
Live .Poultry Spring chickens. 10c
per pound; hens, per pound, 9; ducks,
per pound, 9c; turkeys, per poond,
14c; -geese, per pound. e .
. Butter Dairy,- 23c to 24c- . ;
Lard 10c. ; -' ' '":'-.; - -? ' , ;
Vegetables-Potatoes, 55ft to-COc.
'-' -'i.' Live Stock. ; ' :
Hogs $5.00 to 45.35. ,-
,SheepYearlings or bier $4.00 to
$5.00; lamba, $4 50 to $6.75-v'
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $6.00; cowi
H. & G. LOHSE
JOBBING A SPECIALTY.
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
II. A. LOHSE 1317 Twenty
fifth street. Oid phone 773-. ,
GUS LOHSE 906 Seventh av--enue.
Old phone 756-Y.
nt ; v.
" .' St-
c- Forty-Years '-
C :.tm iNKlnld llN. '
v ':4vv;:' Caeaaalled : - -;-'-- :
: For aeanlna Polishing :
. ; Bend addrest for S FBKE 8AMPLK, '
' 'or IS eenta to Btamna for m foil hox. ' '- '
I Tn EuecTBO Silicon Co., 80 Cliff St., New York.
Wednesday, May 13. .
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Seat . Sale at '
Corner Fourth and Brady
Streets, Davenport, Thurs
day (tomorrow) morning.
$3, 2ia $2
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v Mall orders, accompanied by. remit-v-tance,
payable to J: E. DrIsc8ll,jriU bfe,
filled . hi order of receipt , asrliear ip ' .
possible to location, deslretfc -,'rj
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