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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY.' JUNE 18, 1909.
Can enhance her attractiveness
by wearing a piece of jewelry
to harmonize with herheauty.
We have a beautiful line of
Necklaces, Kar Drops, Ia Val
uers, Hat Pins, Uracelets, Cggrnl
Heads, .let Heads, Crosses, jobs
and many other little inexpens
ive articles set with all the
Opposite Harper Hons.
even if you come to criticize
our natty new suits. First you'll"
admire Ihe style In them. Then
you'll admire the. high grade
materials used in the tailoring.
Then you'll admire our moder-
Uion in prices. And if you or
der one you'll admire the tail
oring skill which makes the
Biiit retain all its shapes and
shapeliness uutil worn out by
1812 Second Avenut.
NICEST CREAM PUFFS,
and that lovely
It's a sin to swear, but the
man who has to eat poor bread
cannot be blamed for using the
profane vocabulary occasion
ally. The only preventative is
to buy your Bread and Bakery
1710 Second Ave. Both phones.
The way to make the June
bride happy is order yonr
wedding cakes and ice cream
1710-1718 Second Avenue.
On Real Estate Security.
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Afraid to use hair preparations? Don't know exactly what to do?
Then why not consult your doctor? Isn't your hair worth it?
Ask him if he endorses Ayer's Hair Vigor for falling hair,
dandruff, a hair tonic and dressing. Have confidence in his
advice. Follow it. lie knows.
ADD TO WOES OF
Islanders Make But Three Hits
and Yet Contrive to Win
Game 3 to 0.
PASSES FATAL TO ENGMAN
Cellar Rapids lias Now Made Hut One
Run in Four Games 21 by
Cedar Rapids, June 18. (Special.)
Though unable to fatten batting av
erages on the pitching of Engman yes
terday the Islanders yet contrived to
win by sandwiching in a hit now and
ihen where it did the most good, taken
in connection with the free transpor
tation tendered. The score was 3 to 0.
Cedar Rapids, while hitting Lakaff
freely at times, .. never got near the
plate but once, and then the runner
was tagged coming home.
The Bunnies presented a changed
lineup, with Catcher Rohrer in right
gaidcn. Pitcher Carrnichael in left, Col-
Ilns at second, and Spencer at short.
Billy Hot'er, the old Baltimore pitch
er, practiced with the team, but did
not get into the lineup.
One It tin In Four ftaineN.
The game added to the discouraging
record of the Cedar Rapids team,
which has made but one run in the
last four games to 21 registered by
visit ing teams.
Rock Island's scores were made in
the third on two walks and a timely
wallop, and in the eighth on two passed
a hit and a passed ball by Kelly. The
ROCK ISLAND. A. B. R. H P.
Berger, ss .
Meloan, i f .
McBi ide, If
Stark, lb . .
Vogel, 2b .
Lakaff, p . .
Totals 30 3 3 27 5 0
CEDAR RAPIDS. A.B. R. II. P. A.E.
II. Clemens, cf. 4 0 0 2 0 1
Spencer, ss 4 0 1 0 C 0
Chase. 3b 4 0 1 0 1 0
Collins. 2b 3 0 0 2 21
Rohrer. rf 3 0 0 4 0 0
Salliard, lb 3 0 1 1C 0 0
Kelly, c 3 0 2 1 0 0
Carrnichael, If ..3 0 1 1 0 0
Engman, p . 3 0 1 1 5 0
Rock Isiand 00 1 000020 3
Cedar Rapids ... 000000 0000
Bases on balls Off Engman, C
Three base hit Vogel. Two-base hit
Engman. Struck out By Lakaff, 7
Sacrifice hits McBride, Stark. Passed
balls Kelly, 2. Umpire McKenzie.
Kven Break at Feorln.
Peoria, 111., June 18. Peoria and
Bloomington broke even with a bat
fest in their respective victories. The
'EORIA. R. H
Netzel, 3b 2 1
Biltz, rf 2
Smith, ss 2
Johnson," If 1
Rowan, lb 1
Cuthbert. cf 2
Higgins, c ... . ... i ... . 0
Nee, 2b 0
Gilbert, p 2
Total 12 14 27 11
BLOOMINGTON. R. II. P. A.
.0 1 2 0
. 0 0 4 0
,. 0 0 0 0
'.0 0 6 2
. 0 0 0 4
.. 2 7 24 14
Unite, If ..
...00 03 12 C0 12
hioien bases Jonnson, BUtz, Cutli
bert. Smith, Rowan, Keenan. Two base
nits uiitz, Rowan, Cuthbert, Melchoir,
tutsnaw. Long. Buses on bans Off
Gilbert. 1: off Rover. 3. Wild pitch
R. H. E.
Peoria 1000010 0 02 7 5
Bloomington ..1120110017 12 1
Batteries Kuepper, Gilbert and Hig
gins; Davidson and Erwin.
. Dubuque, 8; Davenport, 3.
Dubuque took a ragged game from
Davenport, 5 to 3, by timing their hit3,
with the errors of the home team. The
DAVENPORT. R. H. P. A.E
McGrew, 2b 0 1
Nye, ss 0
Jacobsen, rf 0
Reitz, 3b 1
Ohland, cf 1 1
Henrichsen, If 1
Shaffer, lb 0
Smith, c 0
is Worth It
3 6 27 24. 4
R. H. P. A.E.
Taylor. If ....
1 1 .0
Plass, 2b ....
Lerchen, lb . .
Darringer, rf .
Vandine, 3b ..
Backoff, cf . . .
Hauser, ss ...
Total v. . . 5 12 27 20 1
Davenport 010 0 02000 3
Dubuque .... 3001010005
Stolen bases Nye, Reitz, Obland.
Hinrichsen, Darringer (2), Vandine,
Hauser. Double plays Nye to Mc-
Grew to Shaffer. Hits Off Farreil,
5; off Smith, 7; oft Miller, C. Struck
out By Smith, 1. Bases on balls Oil
Farrell, 1; off Smith, 1; off Miller, 7.
Wild pitch Miller. Hit by pitched
ball Hinrichsen. Umpires Hollings-
worth and Earl.
Three Error Lone for Decatur.
Decatur, 111., June IS. Three errors
in the, sixth inning-gave Springfieli
the game, 3 to 0. Daly pitched' great
ball for the senators, allowing only
two hits. The score:
DECATUR. R. H. P.
Barkwell. 3b 0
Foster, lb 0
Cote, cf 0
Moore, 2b 0
Fisher, c ; 0
Purtell. ss 0
Jacobsen, p 0
2 27 1C 4
H. P. A. E.
Callahan, cf 1
Andrews, 3b 0
Bell, 2b 0
D. Smith, lb 0
Burns, rf 0
Streeter, If 0
Blausser, ss 1
II. Smith, c 1 0
Daly, p 1
Total 3 4 27 12
0 Decatur 00 0 000 0 0 00
0 Springfield 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03
0 Two base hits Barkwell. D. Smith
0 Double play Daly to Bell to D. Smith
Struck out By Jacobsen, 4; by Dalv
d. Bases on balls Off Jacobsen, l
Hit by pitcher Barkwell. Passed balls
LINE '0 DOPE
A Rock Islander who '.saw' Din
team was playing at Nashville 'the
other day. repoxia..Dan.1
1,,S jb and 'earns' ,or a chance to
return to Rock Island. Memphis has
teen at the bottom of the heap all
season and Dan says he has not been
able to keep in condition in the south
ein climate and therefore has not been
able to play up to his usual standard
Bobby Lowe, scout for the Detroit
Tigers, will be here next Monday to
take a look at Pitcher George Hardiu
and Shortstop Joe Berger. Lowe wants
tc see them in action as he has heard
of their ability. Connie Mack of Phil
adelphia is another big leaguer who
wants a chance in the bidding on these
two meiu Tighe has told Mack that
he will have to get busy if he is in
earnest, as the offers are piling up.
Outfielder Kommers of the Beards
towD team, has been bought by the
New York Giants for $1,000. Kommers
led the Illinois-Missouri league in bat
t?ng last season. Second Baseman
Siner of the Macomb team was also
bought by New York for the same con
Infielder Dan Nee. a star with the
Univtrsity of Missouri for three sea
.sons, has joined Peoria. His arrival
vas the signal for the release of Bruce
Whitehall, the Brooklyn, Pa.; man.
Decatur has four pitchers with soi
arms. Manager Moore, for such the
home papers still call him, is fighting
shy of double headers In his nresent
- 1 plight,
Henry Cordts, an amateur pitcher,
fanned 19 men in eight innings v
I Rnnne Town ventArilnv nnri in nrill.
t:on won his game with a timely hit.
Chief Eastman, with Rock Island ?
the beginning of the season, is with
Webster held Jacksonville to three
kits and wort his game for Burlingto
2 to 1.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve Win.
Tom Moore of Rural Route 1,
ichran, Ga.writes: "I had a bad
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and could find nothing that would
heal it until I applied Bucklen's Ar
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A lady customer of ours had suffer-
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lit got so bad on Tier hands that she
I could not attend to her household du
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cured her. Chamberlain's medicines
give splendid satisfaction In this com
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I Ala. Chamberlain's medicines are for
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Farrell, p . . . .
Smith, p .....
MANY ATTEND THE
Island City Boating Association En
tertains COO, Patrons Ileing Giv
en Ride on the River.
A large number of people attended
(be formal opening of the club bouse
of the Island City Boating association
last evening, and the affair was even
more of a success than last year's
opening. . Fully COO people visited tlu
club house and after partaking of re
freshments were giveiij a ride in one
of the, many launches jln the harbor
Only 10 of the 25 launches in the har
bor were used but none; of the visitors
departed without a short trip out on
he river. The slope just west of the
ouse where benches have been placed
for the use of people who wish to -it
ind watch the boats plypng about, was
rowded neaily all evening. The new
oouis were not all in place but there
ere enough signs of life about the
harbor to show that the club is awake
nd doing things and many people
were surprised at the growth since
This evening there will be a special
letting at the club house to cortsidsr
lans for the entertainment of the St.
Louis and Peoria fleets when they stop
here on their way to Burlington. Thes
fleets will be here July 3, according to
resent plans and it is the intention
the boat club to see that they are
MRS. BAHNSEN IS BEST
IN GOLF PRELIMINARY
Leads With Net Score of 89 in
- ourth Match for Woman's
In the fourth preliminary for the
women's handicap golf cup there
were eight contestants out on the
Rock Island Arsenal links yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen of
this city led with a net score of 89.
The tabulated scores:
Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen . 117 28
Miss Helen Vincent . 125 30 ;
Miss E. Putnam . . .114 18
Miss A. Decker ... 125 2S
Mrs. F. Mister 117 18 .
Miss Potter 129 25-
Miss E. Allen 112
Miss-E. Craig 1CI
, Revival of Maine Whaling.
Southwest Harbor. Me., plans a new
industry during the summer in a re
vival of whale fishing. Whales arc
said to be plentiful off Mount Desert
reck and vieiulty, and John Stanley
tnd sons have bought the steam yach'
Princess from Castine summer parties
ind will ptilize her for a whaling craft
during the summer. The .Princess Is a
and Is seventy-two feet long. Bomb
guns will be fitted on her decks, and
she will go after the whales in dead
earnest. Each Cuny monster Is worth
something like ?r00, and after he If
captured he will be towed to South
west Harbor to go the way of all dead
whales. The prospect for .the whales
this summer Is by no means cheerful
Chopin and tha Children.
A chronicler of the life of Chopin,
the great pianist, tells the following
anecdote: On one occasion the pupils'
In his father's school, freed temporarily
from the restraint of the elder Chopin,
arranged to have some fun with their
tutor. When the commotion was at Its
height Chopin entered and set himself
to quell it. He told the boys that If
they would remain quiet he would
play for them. He darkened the room
and started his Improvisation, telling
the skylarkers a romantic story of a
band of robbers who approached a
honse, mounted by ladders to the win
dows, but were friebtened awav bv n
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It Is, as you see, much more a ques
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and not get in the blood. If a person has
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each 24 hours, he or she is constipated.
If constipated there is no better cure than
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noise within: They fled -into a dark
wood, where they fell asleep under a
starry sky. Chopin by this time was
playing more and mor softly, as if
seeking to loll the robbers In the wood
and Incidentally the children In the
schoolroom to rest. When be had sat
isfied himself that his bearers had ac
tually fallen asleep, Chopin crept from
the room and brought his parents to
look at them. He turned up the lights,
and the boys slept on until he reseated
himself at the piano and struck a
thrilling chord , at which they all
awakened with a start
RECORD OF LEAGUES
Reck Island ......23
Peoria . .. 17
Lioomington . ......15
Dubuque .' 14
Cedar Rapids 11
Pittsburg 34 13
Chicago "....33 18
New York 24 20
Cincinnati ..... .. 27 24
Philadelphia ....22 23
St. Louis 21 30
Brooklyn 17 31
Boston 13 33
Detroit 31 18
Philadelphia 27 20
Boston 20 24
New York 23 22
Cleveland ...24 23
Chicago ...22 24
St. Louis 19 28
Washington 16 29
Milwaukee 33 . 25
ftntombus ......:....:. .30
Kansas City 25
TjoTiwlo . ...23
SiPaul .A. 21
'tWdar'Rapids, 0; Rock Island. 3.
Decatur, 0; Springfield, 3. ,
Peoria, 12 2; Bloomington, 2 7
Davenport, 3; Dubuque, 5.
' i y National league.
Chicago, 3; Brooklyn, 2.
St.f Louis, 4; Boston. 3.
Other games postponed; rain.
Boston;, rii,; Chicago, ff 1.
-AYas3wf.tgs!.iTy-. itnn i sr l,XQ ve in-
nings, rain.) ..
Philadelphia. 1; Detroit, 4.
New York, 2; Cleveland, 2."
Milwaukee, 2; Columbus, L
Kansas City, 5; Toledo, 2.
Minneapolis, 7; Indianapolis, 2.
St. Paul, 3; Louisville, 1.
Lincoln, 5; Omaha, 3.
Topeka. 3; Wichita, 2 (14 innings.)
Des Moines. 1 ; Sioux City, 7.
Pueblo, S; Denver, 1.
Jacksonville, 1; Burlington, 3.
Keokuk. 0; Ottumwa, 1.
Quincy, 2; Waterloo, 3 (13 innings.)
Hannibal, 2 11; Kewanee, 310.
(First game 12 innings.)
South Bend, 2; Grand Rapids, 0.
Tetre Haute, 2; Zanesville, 4.
Evansville, C; Wheeling, 3.
Dayton-Fort Wayne, postponed for
Wright brothers' celebration.
Canton, 1; Macomb, 0 (11 innings )
Beardstown, 6; Galesburg, 3.
Monmouth, 8; Pekin, 3.
BLAST FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE
Bishop Doana Warns Girls Against
Heeding the "Loudly Shrieked Call.'
Bishop William Croswell . Doane
said In an address the other day to
the graduating class of St. Agnes'
school at Albany, N. Y.:
"I cannot count It necessary and
perhaps it Is not wise for me to cau
tion you against the loudly shrieked
call to give women the right to vote
and to be voted for.
"I am disposed to think that the
quiet and decent appeal of a few of
the so called suffragists will be so
drowned In the sort of howling der
vish performance of the eo called suf
fragettes that it will fail of any effect
"At any rate, the argument should
be addressed rather to. legislators than
to you, except so far as one Is Justified
In saying here to you that your wom
anhood will gain nothing by suffrage
and is losing every day in Its dignity
and its true influence by the hysterical
clamor which Is employed in the pur
suit of this chimera."
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At the Airdome. Miss Grace Baird
is appearing in her own creation of
"Phoebe" in "The Sweetst Girl of All,"
at the Airdome with the Hickman-
Bessey company. She also renders her
big comic hit, "Oh, Yon Can't Be a
Friend to Everybody." Guy Hickman
made n deep study of the character of
WiKon;Holmes for Jack Bessey, and
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