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THE AKGUS. SATURDAY. .APRIL, 3, 1909.
FROM DOCTOR'S PRESCRIP
js not iniy nurv most imp
nicy, nut it im also wnrR w
wo like to do Work 'in the -cx-ri'llvncf
of wliich we take pro
fessional pride, and to wliich we
Ktvt- our unstinted endeavor.
Will you entrust your prescrip
tiona to our care?
H, O. ROLFS,
HERE'S THE LINEUP
Regular Islanders and Yanni
gans Who Will Meet at Is
land City Park.
LOOKS GOOD IN
HIS OLD PLACE
FIRST GAME TOMORROW
Old Players Will Appear as of Yore,
With Jaeobsen Kehind the Hat ,
Wilson With Newcomers.
Our. Easter Leaders
Include, styles for the most
nwa-ger young man as well as
for the elder. of. quieter ta.-tes.
.We cau make you a suit from
the fabric., of your own selec
tion, in time for the Master pa
rade. Stop in -and be measured
today. That will insure you
. Kasier apparel infinitely better
than ordinary clothing, though
it will cost you ho more.
1812 Second' Avenue.
have become a recognized part
of the Spring Festival, and we
have prepared to meet an in
O . Easter Novelties of all descrip
J; tions, such as Kahhits, Chickens,
1'iiskcts, Sugar and Panorama
Q Kgg the largest assortment
X ever shown in any place.
The lineups for the Islander regu
lars aud yannigans for the great bat
1.1 o of tomorrow h;is been announced.
Murphy is to play center field on the
regulars and he will lead off the bat-
ing list. Vogel will piny second ba:;e
and will come second on the
list. Then will follow McBrhle,
left field, Novacek, right field. Ber
ger, shortstop, Kelley. first base.
Wise, third base, Jac.obsen, catch,
and the twirling will be done by Mer
rick, Howard. Neal and Powers.
Only two familiar faces, those of
Wilsoa and Lakaff, will he seou
among the yannigans. Fey will
play left field and will head the list.
Christy Wilson will play on first and
will follow Fey. Karney at short is
next and then comes Mack at second
base, Edwards, third. Diebolt, center,
Elder, right. C'oyle and Snow, catch,
and Webster, Lakaff. Hardin and
Tisthc Attain Id Bed.
Manager Jack Tlghe is again in bed
suffering from an attack of rheuma
tism, .lack was laid up with the sauv
complaint several days ago and it is
thought that the dampness of the Held
yesterday is responsible for the return
of the attack. It affects Jack's ankle
and .pains him to such an extent that
he is unable to walk. He has hopes,
however, that he will be able to get
out tomorrow and see the regulars and
yannigans in action.
Jack is expecting to start the weed
ing out process at once and with th's
end in view', there will be several
baseball men here from cities which
are not supplied, wilh enough good
players and who may want to pick up
some of the men whom Jack does not
want. Bill Conners, who is with Ke-
wanee tuts year A. G. Brown, secre
tary of the Monmouth club, and W. R
Bryan of Warsaw will be here to look
over the field after Jack has made his j
'Chief In l.nxt to Report.
W. E. Fey, the outfielder has arrived
in the eily and-when Chief Eastman
strikes town, which he is expected
to do this afternoon, all the Islanders
with the exception of Moloan and
O'llearn will be on hand. Two of the
pitchers who were signej up will in
all rrobahrlity fail to report. These
two are J. W. Schifferli and Walter
Watron. Neither is badly needed and.
while they would he given a tryout if
they showed up later On. it is not
likely that either of them will remain
Fey is the most microscopic basr
hall player who ever donned an Is
lander uniform. He is about the size
of a minute, but he travels around
faster than the second hand on a
r ' - -Ms
1 o 1
CLYDE McBRlDE IS SHOWING LAST
SEASON'S FORM IN LEFT
fied that he belonged to Williams
port in the Tri-Stato league and it
now seems that Williamsport has
sold hiju to Scranton. As yet, how
ever, Pete has received no notice of
his sale and he is up in the air in
regard to where he will play this
Pitcher Harry Swalm
with Wichita. .
Burlington had a hard time yester
day beating Knox college at Gales-
burg. The score was 2 to 1.
Davenport is opening the new park
this afternoon with a game betweei.
the professionals and one of local
amateurs tailing unJe'r Elks' coloio.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Ora C. ,Mormngstar of New
York TNow Champion at
-18-2 'Billiards. -
DEFEATS GEORGE SLOSSON
Scores Six Straight Wins,, While Sut
ton Has Five 'Victories and
HOW T1IKY PI.MSHED.
' W. I. M. R.
Mcrningstar . . 6 0 114
Sutton ...... ..... 5 1. 148
Slosson 3 3 225
Cutler .. '. 3,3. 95
Cure .... ... 2 4 181
Demarest . . '. ..' 1 . 5 116
Cline ., 1 ,5 118
The Hart literary society gave a
small banquet 'yesterday afternoon u
the cooking school. The members and
the faculty were present. The society
is one of the most enterprising in the
school and these, occasions are not
rare. The committor for the spread
was Julia Crawford, Marguerite Davis,
Adria Titterington, Florence IngalH
and Charlotte Schneider.
New York, April 3, Ora C. Morn-
ingstar 'of this city js the new world's
champion at IS 2 balk line billiards,
having won the honor by defeating
George F. Slosson in the final game
of the international tournament at
Madison Square garden concert hall
last night. -
Morningstar is a native of Rochester,
Ind. He is 34 years old and has been
prominent as a billiardist fnr ..several
years.. He distinguished himself in
this tournament by . scoriug a victory
in every one of his six games. Besides
winning the championship emblem he
gets a cash prize of $1.2(10 and 4 per
cent of the box receipts and entry
Sutton In Second.
George Sutton of Chicago gets sec
ond prize and 25 per cent of the mon
ey. George Slosson of New York and
A. O. Cutler of Boston tied for the
third place and divide 27 per cent.
Louis Cure of Paris, champion of
Fiance. wUl receive the remainder.
Calvin Deniarest of Chicago and II.
P. Cline of Philadelphia won only one
game each Out of the six played.
in the tentative plans which, they sub
mitted to the Denkmann family.
In. discussing the plans for the
library this morning, F. C. Denk-
mann stated that nothing has yet been
definitely decided upon in regard to
the details of the building.
"We expect to have the plans sub
mitted to us in about 40 days," he
said, "and will then be able to give out
something definite in regard to the
whole building. , The architects we
have secured are the best that coull
bo had for this kind of work- as they
have made a specialty of library
buildings. The work will be pushed
with all possible speed a3 soon as the
plans are submitted."
OXFORD WINS RACE
Annual 8-Oared Contest Proves One
, of the Most Exciting Ever
Putney, April 3. The 6Cth Oxford
Cambridge 8 oared rowing race was
won on the Thames today by Oxford
by three and one-half lengths, aft3r
one of the most stirring contests seen
on the Thames for many-years. The
time was 19 minutes 50 seconds, but
had the Oxonians been pressed at the
finish they could have reduced this
by a good many seconds. As, far as
Barnes' bridge it. was anybody's race,
but at this point the greater weight
and stamina of the dark blues told and
with a magnificent dash Bourne, the
Oxford stroke, sent his boat to the
front and passed the post the easiest
FOR GAME MONDAY
Ice Cream Eggs in spun sugar
nest. Rabbits, Chickens, and the
Easter Lily, are just the thing
for your Easter party.
The senior class presented .Mi.3
ackson and Miss Barcjayeach wi'h
magnificent black leather traveling
ag yesterday afternoon. The classl Burlington will be the first vfstting
felt that they were deserving of some (baseball aggregation to show up here,
oken whereby the class could show) which they will do next Monday, and
hem its appreciation of the work done they will remain for three days. The
n coaching the caH of the class plar
The presentation speech "was riiade by
The fifth period was dropped yester-
lay afternoon to make time for the
The spring vacation of the schools
cgan yesterday and eoptinues un!.f.
April is. The student body always
looks forward to this vacation as it
omes at a time when it is most wel
The Sweetest Place in Town
1710-1718 Second Avenue.
Bot h Phones. '
LINE '0 DOPE
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It is by Giving
Th e y ' Really
Manager 'Donnelly has decided to
give Roy Home, a Peoria youth, a
trial in the infield. Home was born in
Rock Island, being a brother of Clyde
Home, who played here as an ama
teur and later had a trial with Peoria,
managing Galesburg part, of Jast sea
son. Donnelly has secured J. V. Mc
Kence, an infielder who has been hav
ing a trial with Indianapolis, hut wno
did not find room there. He is ex
pected to make good in the Three-Eye
that ha3 won for us an enviable
reputation in our field. We made
the first suit of clothes in Rock
Island that was 35 years ago.
We make better clothes now
than we could then, artd for less
.In style, fabric and
workmanship, our clothes are
definitely, different from iill oth
ers. That's why thex, are the
choice, of discriminating men. ,
J. B. ZIMKIER&SON
Building, J 09 Eightenlh St
1 "IVcmaJe uourfyher't Clothes."
Hurley Lee, a Kentucklan, was the
first to get the ax at Decatur.
It is now stated that Kid Lewee has
signed to manage the Milwaukee White
Sox in the Iike Shore league.
The Cedar Rapids Commercial club
has appointed a committee to boost
baseball and a campaign will be made
to sell season tickets' in advance to
raise a little ready cash .
Harry Meek has lost his case before
the national commission.' He asked to
be declared a free agent on the ground
that Birmingham, to which he belong
ed, was exceeding the salary limit, and
further, that the deal by which he was
sold to Chattanooga was irregular.
The commission decided that Harry
must saw wood.
it you see a strange young man
with a restless eye, carrying a canvas
suit case and wearing a last year
summer suit you wili win nine times
Central Association Team to Stay
Throe Days Schedule of Ex
BEATS ANYTHING IN
HISTORY OF OFFICE
Postmaster's Kooks Show Enormous
Increase in Business During
the Month of March.
Tuesday Night, April 6.
The Princess Amusement Company (Inc.)
(Direction Mort H. Singer)
THE WINNING MUSICAL COKEDY
Wliich ran from July, 1908, to January, 1909, at
the famous LaSalle Theater, Chicago, v
A Girl Th'- Helm
By Smith & Hubbell, Authors of "Fantana." with
Billy S. Clifford and Maud Lambert, Countess 01p;a
von Hatzfeldt, Florence Martin, Bernquardt
Niemeyer, Robert G. Pitkin, Leo Hayes, and
others .including the
$10,000 CHALLENGE BEAUTY CHORUS
With the Sweet Little Broilers.
Prices 50c to $1.50.
Phone West 224. Seats on sale tomorrow 9 o'clock
lis. today 144, last week 200, last
year 202. uuiutn. touay uo, last
week 60, last year 46.
Liverpool closing cables Wheat
to Is higher, com higher.
New York Stocks.
New York, April 3. Reserve de
crease $2,793,850. Less U. S. de
crease $2,837,075. Loans increase
$10,220,100. Specie increase $2,710,-
300. Legals decrease $2,861700. De
Dosits increase $10,569,800. Circu
lation increase $175,800.
New York Stocks.
New York, April 3. Following are
the quotations on the stock market
Rock Island iiostofflee Si t Ollfi 03 set a
" . ' lias ns?8
The postal sales for March at tho
U. S. Steel preferred .
U. S. Steel common ...
Rock Island preferred
Rock Island common .
The usual Friday afternoon program
!jy tne senior class was given yestev
lay. The program was the last of the
year. 1 ne program was as follows
Piano Solo Alice Swann.
Oration "Roosevelt's Inaugural Ad
dress" Philip Olson.
Debate Resolved that women have
influenced the world more than me:i
Affirmative- Mabel Trenkenschuh.
Negative Ralph Rich. ,
The judges, Marian Hazard, El I wood
Fry and Ren Mitchem. decided in favor
of the affirmative.
Reading from Birds Christmas
Carol Katherine Thacher.
Oration. "The New South" Charies
riano DuetEsther Blakemore and
Ruth Vance. ,
schedule of games which ! the team
will play preliminary H opening the
league schedule' (s nk follows: .!
April 5, 6 and 8 Burlington at Rock
April 11 Davenport at Rock Island.
April 13 Chicago White Sox at
April 15 and 16 Rock Island at Keo
April 17, IS and 19 Rock Island at
April 20 Rock Island at Keokuk.
April 21 Rock Island at Burlington!
April 23 Des , Moines at Rock Is
April 25 Davenport at. Rock Island.
April 26 and 27 Ottumwa at Rock
April 2S. 29 and 30 Appleton at
May 2 Rock Island at Davenport.
May 4 Rock Island at Geneseo.
new record for the office. The sales
during thequarter ending March "1,
were $39,575.22, while during the same
quarter in 1908 the sales were $27,
7C6.15. The sales for the year ending
March 31 were $121,336.60, and for the
year ending March 31, 190S. the sales Southern Pacific
were $98,415.33. Thos shows the enor- New- York Central
mous rate of Increase in business being
experienced at the local post.office and
shows why the quarters have been
The number of money orders paid
during the quarter ending March 31,
was 42,755,' amounting to $639,119.65.
During the preceding quarter, which
usually shows the largest money order penna.
business, the number of orders paid I Erje
was 34.1lr, tne amount being
138.18. During the first quarter of
1909 the number of naid orders was
32,645. the amount being $413,505.97
Live Poultry Hens, per pound, 12c;
springs, 13c per pound.
Butter Dairy, 2Cc. .
Vegetables Potatoes, 75c to 90c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, C5c to CSc; oats, 53c;
wheat, 95c. :
Missouri Pacific .
Great Northern .
IV & N. .:
Smelters' .'. .7. .
C. F. I
Illinois Central .
Ottumwa Iowa Champions.
Muscatine, Iowa, April 3. Ottumwa
high school won the state school
basketball championship here last
night, defeating Muscatine 29 to 26.
The visitors led throughout the game,
The locals rallied at the last moment,
making nine points in two minutes.
MEN FOR WORK
Architects Are Selected to ' Prepare
Plans for the Denkniann Me
morial Library at College.
Bill to Permit Bouts.
Springfield. HI.. April 3. A bill
was Introduced in the house by Rep
resentative Walsh permitting the
holding of sparring exhibitions be
fore athletic clubs for six rounds
with not less than six-ounce gloves.
Walked From Kansas City
waiikce in ."( Days.
Harry Mellor, who on a wager
walked from Kansas City to Milwau-I Miller, an architect firm in Chicago
The contract for drawing the plans
for. the new $100,000 memorial library
to be erected for Augustana coltoge ly
the Denkmann heirs has been' let by
the Denkmann .family'' to f at ton &
kee in 50 days, earning his expenses
along the route and arriving in Mil
waukee with $50 in his pocket, has
fulfilled the conditions of his agree
ment on last Monday night. lie
passed through Sterling 10 days ago.
Mellor arrived in Milwaukee at
noon and between then and midnight
earned S3.50, which he needed to
make up the $50. ' '..
The Sporting News' Record Book.
Although there have been a, great
many attempts to compile a baseball
record book, which, would be complex
in every particular and still compact
and of such shape that It. could b
carried in the vest pocket of the fan,
The Sporting News of St Louis, th
I well known baseball paper, is the first
r. 10 . . t a i i 1. . ....
urn, ui ir 11 you Dei tuai u is a new i to put out anytutng mat answers an
ball player, coming or going.
According to an, announcement in
Sporting Life, Pete Lister has again
been sold and is now the property
of Scranton in the New York State
league. Some time ago Pete was not-
I mirrwisps f!nnsiRtihcr of 2fi nazeB ;t
- "O ' f
contains the baseball schedules for
1909 alt the nennant winners of lSiR
official records of the American and I" library
ii " 1 wr-
A e oVisc ITree fromFAJcohol
TcHc with your doctor about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla;
Ask him it 'he prescribes it for pale, delicate children, f Ask bim
if he .recommends it ,whsn the blood is thin and impure, an4
when the nerves arc weak arul unsteady. Ask him if it aids
nalu re in buildhi up the general health.
J C Aver Co.
At a meeting held in the offices of tho
firm Thursday, all the tentative plans
and suggestions of the college library
committee were reviewed and work on
the plans was commenced imme-
diaetly. .. ..
rne jjenkmann . neirs were repre
sented at the meeting by--p. c. Denk
mann and EL. P. Denkmann and the
college by Dr. Andreen.. The Denk
manns gave instructions to the archi
tects to push the plans with all pos
sible speed and it is believed that
they will be completed within 40 days
If they are accepted, ground will be
broken and work commenced immedia
tely on the construction of the library,
Dr. Andreen, who is working in Chi
cago in' the interests of the Jubilee
endowment fund, will be in constant
consultation, with the architects white
the plans are being drawn
The firm of, Patton & ..Miller . is
known throughout the country as the
architects." The firm has
Natjonal leagues for 190S, that famous I arawn tne plans ror , libraries
baseball enic. "Casev at the Bat," arid throughout the. country jand have es-
a ereat. deal other information of gen- jiaDiisnea a reputation , ror model butirt
eral interest to the average baseball pugs. Among me dcsi Known w mo
fan. The book is free to any one mak- p ructures which they have built are
ing application for the same, on the! the libraries at Oberlin college, Beloit
receipt of return postage, which la" one iconege, iouncn tuuns, iowa jtewanee.
cent. ' - r t J-anviue, . west Laneriy, tu., ana Eu
Claire, Mich. . Two of these libraries
those at Oberlin and Beloit, were vis
. Los. Angeles,: April 3. Mme.TMod- ited by the college library committe
jeska is sinking rapidly. All hope for land many, of the ideas contained in
her recovery has been abandoned. ;them were adopted by the committee'
C. & O. ...
B. R. T.
B. & O.
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Sunday, April 4.
Matinee and Mcbt.
The Merry Musical Farce,
The Two Johns
Those ; ;
FUNNY, FAT FELLOWS, V
With Their Big Band and Orchestra.
Special Prices Matinee, 10c and 25c;'
night. JOc, 20c, 30c and 50c. Phjne
west 224. . ;
St. Paul 150
Southern Ry 26
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Todays' Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, April 3. Following are
are the wholesale prices on the local
Provisions and Product.
Eggs Fresh, 18c.
Tuesday Night, April 6.
The Princess. rausfimPnt Company
(Inc.), Direction Mort II. Sinper,
WINNING MUSICAL COMEDY
Which Tlnn from July. 1!0S. to Jfoiuary,
19o;i. at the Famous Ii. Salle
A Girl at the Helm
(By Smith & Hubbell. Authors of
Hilly S. Clifford and lnui! Lambert,
CouatrM Olea von llntr.f rlrtf. Flor
ence Martin, llnhert ii. Pitkin,
llcrnhardt Mnnryfr, l.eo
I lay en. and Oth
er. IN'CUJPINT, THE JlO.ono BEAUTY
CHORUS. WITH THE SWEET
Priccx riic to $l.r,ft. Phone west 224.
Seats on sale tomorrow at ! o'clock.
Chicago, April 3. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
May, 121, 122'4, 120. 121.
July, 108, 108, 108'4. 108.
September, 100. 100, 100. 100.
May, 67, 68, 67. 68.
July, 66, 67, 66, 66.
September, 66,'66, 66, 66.
May, 55, 55, 55. 55-.
July, 48'4, 48, 48. 48.
September, 40. 40Vi. 40, 40.
May, 17.90, 17.92, 17.90, 17.90.
July, 17.90, 17.92, 17.90, 17.90.
September, 17.90, 17.92, 17.90, 17.92.
May, 10.12, 10.15, 10.12, 10.15.
July, 10.22, 10.25. 10.22, 10.22.
September, 10.37, 10.37, 10.37, 10.37;
May, 9.32, 9.32, 9.32, 9.32.
July, 9.45, 9.47, 9.45. 9.45. ..
September, 9.62, 9.65, 9.60, 9.6O.
Receipts today "Wheat ' 45, corn
195, oats 87,' hogs 9,000, cattle 206,
Estimated receipts Monday Hogs
Hog market opened shade higher
Hogs left over 4,100. Light "665
702. Mixed and butchers 670715.
Good heavy 680 7 15. Rough heavy
680690. ; -
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady. .
Omaha Hogs 6. 000, cattle 100
Kansas City Hogs' 4,000, cattle 300
Hog market closed strong 5c and
10c higher. Light 6707l0.f Mixed
and butchers 675 7 15. Good heavy
685720. Rough heavy 685 695.
Cattle .market ; closed steady,
Only two more days to see this splen
did show; one. of the strongest of the
season. Order seats by phone; new
5153 ,old 62. .
Robert Burtrain & Co.
Five Other Big; Feature Acta Five
Sunday, a beautiful diamond ring to
Keep your blinkers on next week.
Di aicn on Chambi ru n.Kinot Coeir am v.
Wednesday, April 7.
Tlatlnre and Xight.
A Moving Pictorial Reproduction. of the
Battle at Sydney. Australia,
Produced by Arrangement with Hugh
I. Mcintosh Promoter ' and
Referee of the Event.) . '
Priceit Lower floor. flOe; balrony. 50c
and 3ric; nailery, sr.cl" Ttiotie 224.'"';-
Sheep market closed steady.
Northwestern receipts Minneapo- J
fTp TTTT Preeminent Offerinn wf American Stase
1 hC 15 U K lib April 19, 20 and 21.
Klaw & ErlangerVNew and Greater
A Mighty Play--200 in Production.
Prices: Lower floor $2 :00; Balcony, 4 rows,
$1.50; Remainder, $1; Gallery, 50c.
Seats on sale at Davenport April IS. :
rfni fi Tuesday, April 20, is Rock s
VP', V ''and' night and seat? may be had
for this performance at Illinois theater April 14