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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTORER 14. 1909.
Take the druggist's word for
it. It's the only thins you
have to go by in drugs. Conse
quently ii pnys to select a good
H. O. r.OLFS,
Is only a dime a day. Can't
you fsavo that much? Lay
aside 1 0 cents every day and
learn systematic saving, which
will surely make anyone finan
cially independent. From a
dime one may slowly advance
to saving a dollar a day. With
every dime and every dollar
saved, your hank account
grows larger, and becomes a
greater assistance and protec
tion. Why not start right now
"Wei ask you to start with one
dollar or more.
4 Interest Paid
Furs! Furs! Furs!
Black Lynx, Black Fox,
FLAT OPEN MUFFS
LADIES' FUR COATS
In Mink, Seal, Otter, Rus
sian Pony, Beaver.
Full Stock of Gloves.
LOOK FOR THE BEAR
1017 second avem i:
Now is the
To think about your
Wo have a complete line of
novelties, specialties and f av
ers, such as:
Pumpkin Ihixcs, pumpkin
lanterns, fruits with faces,
snapping- lon lions, fruit candy
liovos, pumpkin heads on pins,
figures on pins, pumpkin horns,
transparent heads, etc.
Hallowe'en napkins, hallow
eVn crepe paper.
I'umpkin and apple pies,
cream patties with faces, indi
vidual moulds ite cream pump
kins, fruits, etc.
It will pay you to call and
get prices before placing your
1716-1718 Second Avenue,
AVER'S HAIR VIHOR
Aver s Huir Visor promptly aestroy tne germs
ttiat cause falling hair. It nounshes the hair-
bnlhs. re.tnriHt them to health. The hair stem
tailing out. grows more raptuiy.
Does no!: Coior Hair
TIGHE TO. HEAD
TEAM NEXT YEAR
Fopular Manager Attaches His
Name to Contract With Rock
ANOTHER PENNANT WINNER
"n-st Oll.chil Act Is to Diuft Two
Star Players from the Ohio
Next year's baseball prospects were
made to look decidedly bright today
v. hen big Jack Tigho signed up for an
other year as manager of the Rock Is
land tt.mi. Since the close of the sea
son Tigho iias Le.-n undecided wheth
er to oalt baseball and enter business
lor himself er to stay with the team
another year. He finally decided, in
the face of the demand for his serv
ices, that lu would stay with the Is
landers and do hi.-; rait towards giv
ing this city another winning team.
His signing up foll-.wod a conference
with Piesidont-elcct Warren H. Reck,
who vlsiied him at his camp on Rovk
river last evening.
Mnkt'M Two lirnH.
Jack's first act. after signing up for
another year, was to have drafts put
in for the services of Pitcher Cominger
and Shortstop Duvey of the. Mansfield.
Ohio club. This club is in the Ohio
State league, and it put up first class
ball, but the two men whom Jack has
drafted were admittedly the strong
men on the team. Just how Jack came
to discover them, he does nor say. but
he is assured that they have the goods
and are eligible for Threo-Kye com
SUIT IS DISMISSED
C. Emory Harrison Withdraws Cast
Begun ."gainst Horace Huron
in County Court.
On motion of Attorney Harvey M
iKinlcy, of the firm of Jackson. Hun-
' & Stafford, who represented the com
ipiaiaant in the case of C. Emery I fa
rison. the Davenport real estate a sent
against Horace Huron, et nl. was dis
missel yesterday afternoon in t.h
i count v court by Judge U. V. Olmsted
iThe com; laiumit in the case was at
tempting- to recover the sum of STO
which he claimed was duo him as con
mission in a property ileal which a
conducted for the defendant. After
the trial had commenced the plaintiff
saw he had no hone of winning lu
suit and the motion f ir a dismissu
lonowcu. r lie ru m or hv.Tonry si
Walker and Attorney Charles Oiili; r.f
Davenp.irt appended for the defendant
THIRD WIN FOR BOSTON
Speaker Again Stars in Tiiunt!
Over the ev York iJlt
Boston. Mass., Oct. 1 1. The Bom o i
American'-, shut out the New York N:r
tiona:s in me lor.iiii game oi ine posi
season series 2 to Collins, a young
ster. or.tpitched the veteran Mathmv
son. holding the visitors to four scat
Speaker was again the star of tie
pan: p. His hits resulted in both run
In the ninth he also saved two I: its by
capturing iong llies alter hard rminin-r.
) Doyle, Rridwoll snd McConnell ca-
ried ci'f the fielding honor;-.
Both teams left for New York la-t
nignr to p.ay ine iutn game toaav on
the Polo grounds. Score;
Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 " 2 S 2
Xevv York 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 4 1
Battel ies Collins and Donahue:
Mathcwson and .Meyers.
Tiily SV-.oemacher Brought Back.
Tilly Shopmaoher, who robbed the
Bailey Fields residence in Davenport
1 uesday r.ight, was hi ought back ta
Davenport this morning from D.r
Moines. Site refused to discuss tie
robbery. She will be tried tomorrow
morning in Justice Daum's court. Th '
was employed as a servant in tic?
Fields home. A number of party
gowns and other personal propercy
va s carried away in suit cases.
Taft to Close Summer Heme.
Beverly. Mass., Oct. 14. Prepara-
tions were begun yesterday to close
the Taft summer residence here rn
readiness for Mrs. Taft's departure
for Washington on Friday. When
the president left on his western trip
on Sept. 14, it was with the under
standing that he would come to Bev
erly Nov. 12, to escort .Mrs. Taft to
Washington. But the plans were lat
La Harpe Postoffice Robbed.
La Harpe, III., Oct. 14. The La
Ilarpe postoffice was robbed early yes
terday, the safe being dynamited.
Residents were awakened by two ex
plosions. Bloodhounds brought from
Keokuk failed to get the track. About
$150 waa taken.
Show this to your doctor.
Aver's Hair Vigor just as promptly destroys the
germs that cause dandruff. It removes every
trace of dandruff itself, and keeps the scalp
clean and in a healthy condition.
OF THE ISLANDERS
to Try for
START PLAY EARLY
Augustaari College Athletes Qr
gor.izc to Put Basketball
Team in Field.
!N ABSENCE OF FOOTBALL
V. i:. I'eaison, Who Was Member nf
Vinnii:!i Team of 1 )().", Is
Xo football team bavins bef n organ
ized at Auvustana coUe.ae this year.
ih college athletes have decided to
'make .teed use of the fo;thulI .season
by .Kelt ins to work at once wiili bask
etball practice and turning otit. a wiii
idns team. The first move towards
i he organization of a team was made
yesterday afternoon at a meet ins of
the Athletic association when W. K.
Pearson was elected coach for the
.Pearson was captain nf the Augus
tara team ;f iW which carried off
the stai! intercollegiate basketball
c haniiionship. He is not only a. sreai
player, bur understands all tne in
ao.uts of 'iie ame and oucht to turn
out a crack team. Bear; on re; time
fo school t'iis yinr and will probably
himself phrv on tlie team. If he h
i;-' v'iil undoubtedly be chosen capttiin
p:u will prove a power in the "five."
In accepting the position as coach
Pearson made a ; kort speech befon
the association wliich aro'tsiil consid
erable ent liu.-i.ism. IK- stated that a
intcneci: io ttu n out a P-nn team, one
thai will lie a c ie,iii to the college and
o;;e wto iiav. v.-.'iytii hi miiienc-
ie.c; the s!iod to res'oiv intc rcoi!e;:iate
sp.eits next siirin. Prac lice wiil lie
comminced Saturday morninir, he said
in tlie college tiynitiasirm.
Thrci- Olli.-r old I'lnyers.
The outlofk for a whinins: team this
ear is v ry bright. Heshles Pearson
'here are til roe of last year's players
at school. They, are Andre- n center
:i:;i son. suard. ard Larson, forward.
I.fnden, who was f--u?-srrtnt ''last year,
tai'Ii! to make a iLood man. .is wiil nl"o
: t; linbly Kovclslad.
A .uirl.s team wiil also be oiar.!zed
irnm Hliateiy. 'I lie association yester
day decided to buy two new baskc
'lie's ano a new io nail. i no latter
will be used in some -desultory sanies
between I lie college and academy in
order to keep ilie football seirit from
-nt holy dyins out before ints i-collegi-it;
contes.s are asain sanctioned.
A. W. llloom was ciiosen a meniber
f the board of control, and Phil So
I'Tsrcn secretary of the association.
)oth lilli'is vacancies.
WIN LAHM TROPHY
Forbes and Fleischmann Break
Balloon Speed and Dis
STARTING FROM ST. LOUIS
,and Xcar llicliusond, Va., After
Tiav cling 7;JI Miles at irate of
:iS HKr- per Hour.
Richmond, Va.. Oct. 11. Winning
he Lahm cup for the longest flight
uade in a balloon under the auspic?s
f the Aero Club of America, and
ucaking all speed records for long-
lisiance flights. A. Holland Forbes of
N'ew York and former Mavor Mix
'Tcischmann of Cincinnati landed yes
crday afternoon at 12:i." in Chester
:c Id county, 2n miles south of Rich-
r.ond. The trip was made in th-? bal
nnn New York, in which Mr. Forb.'s
von the duration contest in the In-
Starting from the gas works in St.
ouis at Z:?( Tuesday afternoon, the
listance of 731 miles was made in
: 4 4
J a k Tiv.l'e, 'I - ice
!0 hours and 15 minutes, at an av?r
?.e rate of :bS miles an hour. Th:
jalloou passed Lynchburg at 10:30
'clock yesterday morning. Soon aft?r
toon an a parentis large body of watn
va j seen ahead and a larse town cami
into view below.
TlHMiiiht It Bay.
Mr. Forbes and his companion, real
izing the fast rime thpy were making
hoiittiit the water might be Ciisa
leake hay and th citv of Norfolk
'lid adjudged it hotter to descend be
"ore the ocean was reached. The hazv
vea'her helped to deceive the aero
lants in this respect, and it was not
tntu atter a laml.ng v.-as effected thit
i .1:.. l . . i . .
i!t'j iiiM-o t-i-eu mat ine town was
Petersburg and the water .Tames rivt
SPIRIT MESSAGES FOR WU
. liinese .tiimsier j ;rj ol t m;ng
!: . ...
War ami Is Advised by McKinlcy.
Wafhiugt::a, Oct. 1 i. Wu Tin
r-aiig, ilic ('litnese minister, ait.ual?-!
i spiritualistic s-eanr-e a second tim;
'a.t night. The tirst visit was Sunday
t ii-e sjanre u, inrongtr a me.!iu:a.
lalKed wit'.; the .spirit or' his mother
:r..l aiso leceiv.d a spirit niesrage pri-
lieting a cr :u war for China and from
the spirit of President McKinley
iigiug V.'tt to work for peace.
The Method of Rolling and Drawing
the Iron Cars.
P.ars of metal lour inches square are
healed a. u passed while hot and plas
tic through rapidly revolving rolls, re
ducing them to wire rmls which vary
iriiiu oiie-i;a rter of an inch to an inch
or more in diameter, depending upon
the finished sie of wire wanted.
These rods, which are formed into
coils as they pass through (he rolls,
are dipped in acid hnlhs to remove
ioose scale and provide a lubricant for
drawing. Inlawing consists of prilling
rods while cold through holes ot grad
ually increasing diameter drilled in
steel plates. I luring this process the
particles of metal hecomo elongated
and strained, making the wire harder
and more brittle. To restore it to a
proper temper it is necessary to heat
or anneal ii.
When a fine diameter is required
there must be repeated annealings and
drawings. This may be done until the
bar. whi. h originally was four inches
square and four feet long, becomes re
duced to a diameter of n single thou
sandth of an inch and extended ly.OOO
miles in length. Itefore so fine a size
is reached the wire will cut into the
steel ot the die plate, so the usual die
plates must be discarded and the draw
ing continued through holes drilled in
diamonds, the diameter of these dia
mond dies decreasing: by fractional
parts of :i thousandth of an inch. This
wire affiirds a striking illustration of
a material made more valuable by the
application of labor.
From the time the bar of metal en
ter the furnace nothing is added te it.
All the work is done willi one artirfe.
which is passed through rolls and
drawn through die plates until it is
finished. C'b .Vago Tribune.
Webster Bests Monte Attel.
Los Angeles. Cal., Oct. it. The
in round tight between Monte Attel
champion bantam weight, and Danny
Webster Tuesday night went the lim
it. The decision, which was left to
the morning newspapers, went to
Webster. Xo decision was permitted
from the ring.
Pleasant Reward Proffererf.
Ralph Will: of Wilkesbarre. Pa,
recently found a wallet containing S9.
Pt0. and whim he returned it to th
owner he was offered as a reward a
vacation trip of his own clnsinz
through the United States. lie has
not decided whether to accept the re
ward offered er net. .- J
People We Often Meet.
"I hato-the person who scntls me Hri-
portafd information on a postcard,"1 re
marked a woman at dinner the other
evening. "In fact. I think postcards
in general nil abominable institution.
'.V 'utill more reprehensible habit.
pnt in a siK'oiid siK'aker, "is that of the
man or woman who dictates letters
of a private nature to a secretary."
All of us then enumerated our pet
aversions, one ol tnem was the in
dividual who is always in a -hurry,
who while fine talks to him seems on
the tiptoe of flight and who never de-
cutes to do anything without consult
ing tin engagement book.
Cousins to this one are the people
who when they pay a call rush away
after a fixed time, no matter how in
teresting the conversation, and never
remain quite to ine enu oi an enter
tainment. Yet they are usually people
of leisure, hurrying from habit and
not because they have anything in par
ticular to do.
All these folk In some war sin
against good manners and hurt the
amour propre of their friends, being
without the blessed gift of tact which
crowns its happy owner with social
popularity. London Black and Whitr.
Superb Service, Splendid Scenery
r.r.route to Niagara Falls, Muskoka and
ICawartha lakes, Georgian bay and
Temagami region, St. Lawrence river
md Rapids, Thousand islands, Algon
quin National park, wntte mountains,
New England and New Jersey coast
coast resorts, via Grand Trunk railway
?jslem. Double track Chicago to
Mor.treal and Niagara Falls. Special
low round trip fares are in effect dur
ing summer season.
For copies of tourist publications,
fares and descriptive pamphlets appty
to W. S. Cookson. A. G. P. A., 135
d&ms street. Chicago.
news all the time THE
PA HILL AGAIN
TO LEAD BUNNIES
Services of Veteran Enlisted to
Retain Franchise in Cedar
FORMING A NEW COMPANY
le IJepreciited at Meeting
Week at Whh Ii Fate
Will lie l-ccidcd.
Cedar Rapid is back in the Three
Fye league ring again and di iermine-I
iO pat up a great light before surren
hiing its franchise, accerling to in
formation reccivid today by Ptej iden;
SI. IT. Sexton. The citizens who hav
have rallied t
i any i.; b-.-in?
stock and ret
:o!':scnt ;1 ti.
) it.-i sup
a ad a com
Lay up th
.iin the franchise.
, Ie-i.k-n lllil, iuis final!;
in imago the team, am
i his .fac; more thin any o'h-r is tin
:-"-.:se of the awakening of the Hun
ties to th.. realization of what '.
going on. This information ca:ne to
(he league executive today o.cr tie
long distance telephone. Presiden
Sexton warned the Cedar Rapids peo
e that they will have to get down
to hard work and hustle in ord"r to
make a favorable showing at the moor
ing next week, as both Waterloo anl
Danville made favorable impression
at the meeting la.st Tuesday. With
Pejdt r,U!! back on th" job. however,
the Hunnies fee that they can take a
whirl at .the game for anotiier year and
prrmo ont abend at th" finish.
' IviiisclTa .r!ii-rul.
President Dick Kii:td!a of h-
Spriiigliehl association is t cry gi fit.ef'i;
to the dirctors of the league and io
President Sexton for the courtes
shown him in posiponing the cloctioa
of ollicers and other important league
matters until such time as ho would
be able to attend the mc?t ing. IP
sent .dr. Sexton a letter m whica ae
expressed thanks for the message el
condolence sent him by the directors
upon the occasion of the death of hi
father which kept him away from 1 1 1 -rrcent
mooting in Chicago. lie prom
isrd to be at the next meeting, whicn
will be held next Tuesday.
The stories which have been eniau
ating from the southern end of th'
league to the effect that Decatur
alter tne scalp ol pres. dent AI. H. S-x
ton were proven conclusively wront
when President Sexton received tin
assurance at the Chicago mooting tin
the Decatur association is with him
and heartily supports his candidcy foi
reelection as president of the league.
PITTSBURG PAPER IS SORE
Prints Wild Stoiy When Seats Are
Pittsburg. Pa., Oct. 14. A local
paper yesterday morning printed
wild story about the series beint:
hippodrome, with the men behind
the box ofiice running it. The com
mission at tirst thought the story wn:
the result of disappointment at tin
failure of the Pirates to win fou
straight, but Harney Dreyfuss voluu
teered (lie information that one of
tlie bosses of the sheet had asked
too late for 12 box seats and had
been turned down. The commissior
considered a preposition to har rep
resentatives of the paper from tin
grounds, but nothing came of it. The
author of the story ought to be an
umpire or travel with a bunch of
ball players to learn how seriously
the athletes really take the who!
MONEY FOR DRAFTED MEN
T-iss . Leagues Settle for I layers
'I'a ken from Three-Eye.
President M. II. Sexton has received
checks for the Three-Eye league play
ers who were drafted by the Class A
leagues this year. Among them an
the checks fo.- Christy Wilson, wl.
goes to Providence, in the Easter
lcacne: Frank Murphy, who goes to
Los Angeles, in the Pacific Coast
league; Clyde Mcliride, who c;oes to
Birmingham, in the Southern leagu"'
Billy Ncal. who goes to Mobile, in l!v
Southern league, and for Callahan cf
Springfield, Darringer of Dubuque an 1
Steen of Ulooniington.
TWO MORE PLAYERS FINED
Miller Must Hand Controlling Hody
$."o am! Donovan J?.".
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 14. The na
tional commission announced yester
day that it had fined Miller of Pitts
burg $50 for his conduct in Tues
day's game and a penalty of $2?
was inflicted on Donovan of Detroit
for hid actions, which caused Empire
Klem to send him off the field. The
fining of Manager Clarke, Gibson.
Leach and Camnitz for their actions
in Monday's gime makes six fines
that have been inflicted during the
last two games.
Murphy Comes Across.
President Charles W. Murphy of the
Chicago Cubs has come across with
that $500 fine imposed by the national
commission for alleged tampering
with a Toronto player, and the inci
dent may be considered cloaed. Mur-
r hy knows which side hi. bread is
Duluth, Oct. 14.
There is no ARGUMENT
in FAVOR of our
SERVICE so STRONG as
At Reasonable Kates
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DR,S. WALSH, WALSH & WALSH,
124 West Third Strert. lii'twern Main
iillnuli llullil injt.
Honrs in n. m. to Ii m . 2 p. m.
Sundays and holidays. lrt.:a n. in. to
evenings or Thursday evenings.
.'licet In g
of the Minnesota-Wisconsin
league Tuesday night it was
to have an eight-club circuit
:cxt year, the two additional towns
to be sih'ited fioiu among the follow
ing: Winnipeg. Virginia, lliblvng. Man
kaio, Rochester and It -d Wing, .bi'm
A. Elliott of I.a Crosse wa- elected
president r.nd f eretory, . .1. .-Mini
mors of Superior yice pi" -Mont, and
J. 15. Fleming of Eau Claii treasurer
TO BE REFEREE
Hock Islander Will He Oilicial at West
Ends' tJjune in Peoria Sunday.
Ralph Souders. the former big'i
-chool football star, has boon sclectei
to referee the football gam" bttwe"
.he West Ends of Moline and the i
ria Socials of Pi oria. It is expected
.hat thi.s game will be the deciding on-'
in the race lor the independent foot
ball championship of the state a-id lie
matter f officials for the contest lus
teceived consideiable attention. Th"
same will be played at Teoiia nert
Sunday af.eiuoo;i and a huge crov. d
will turn out to see it if Hie we.nhe.-
onuiiio'is are good. The west. Ends
will co down i:i a-apecial cnach and a
arge body of rooters will accompany
hem. A number are gnhig from this
citv, as the West Ends have i larr"
olkiwhrg 'acre on account ef the fare
lat two of the player., are Rock
landt i s.
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strain your side or bruise yourself.
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It is in time of sudden mishap or
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of the family doctor, who cannot al
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it w that Chamberlain s Liniment is
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rhamberlain's Liniment takes out the
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Ilmimr 23 tm M, Me-
to t:"0 p.
m , 7 n. m. to K:1"i p. m.:
No office hours Tuesday
CI irk Is Dismissed.
A. H. Clark, the Rock l.-land South
ern steam shove) man who spent Tues
day night in .i.sil as the result of hU
1 ugiiist ir: instincts and the fact that
he had coi.ie into fhe pos.-.eMdon of an
ovMcoat that did n t belong to him,
was allowed to go fro" yesterday by
Police Magi: ! rate C. .1. Smith. Clark
was very sorry for his lighting, aft -r
he had tobored up. and the owner ot
the coat which it was claimed he had
stolen did not appear to prisecu.o
him. so the case was dismissed.