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fllDAY, MAY 3. 1911. 1
IN A WRANGLE
HE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
evening was not Tery harmonious.
Rowan and Kinsella had several ver
bal clashes. The Peoria manager re
fused to attend the meeting called at
Springfield earner In the week, on the
ground that It was uselees to attempt
to do anything so long as th injunc
tion remained in force. So the other
southern magnates came to him. Row
an wants to play ball with the old cir
cuit, and the Danville club has given
it oat ft most be eight clubs or noth
ing. There is no doubt some of thf
southern magnates favor attempting
to enjoin the northern clubs from
playing among themselves, while
others wish to hold off. get the Injunc
tion dismissed and then take their
chances on being allowed permission
to play with a six-club league.
An application to do this has al
ready been filed with the baseball au
thorities and it is likely that pending
Southern Three-Eye Magnates
Hold AH Niht Session at
KINSELLA BULUES ROWAN
Unable so Agree TJpoa Any Program
fcay They Intend to Stand
' Peoria, May 5. In an effort to ad
Just the legal entanglements that now
tie up the Three-Eye league. President
Al Tearnev and magnates from the
four southern cl'ibs met la Peoria yes
terday in a session which lasted until
far after midnight. Harry Hofer, of
Quincy; Wilson Bering, of Decatur;
Edward Holland, of Bloomlngton; A.
F. Klnsella, of Springfield; J. M.
Boyle, of Danrille. and David Rowan,
of Peoria, discussed many plans to
effect a possible settlement.
The southern leaders are still firm
in their determination to stand by
Quincy, and claim they will, if neces
sary, see the injunction evidence go
Into court. President Al Tearney re
fused to discuss the probable outcome
of the session, which was held In sec
ret. rowih a jrn dick n.Aon.
According to the Peoria Herald
Transcript of today the meeting last
Mother hen is cackling,
fresh eggs Saturday, per
dozen 1 5c
Country butter, lb. 22V2C
Perfection flour, guaran
Jersey Cream flour, towel
Teast Foam 3c
Eight bars Lenox
Two packages Corn
Three packages oat
Three cans corn, peas or
. tomatoes 25c
Two cans pumpkins. .15c
Three bottles Carnation
Two pounds Clinton soda
Three cans Climax Paper
Light hardware screen
wire, poultry wire.
Peninsular house paints
Purity, promptness and
price three levers work
ing in your direction here.
Call Id phone ". 1055.
1101 Twelfth St.
On The Streets Today
Tweed suits that mark the
lery latest styles.
A tweed suit is serviceable
and it's also smart a good,
all around suit for the business
man. especially if made spec
ially for him by
YE TOG SHOP
ii. K. 11AKEK, Prop.
113 Eighteenth Street.
Oppujte Majestic Theatre,
matters are being allowed to drag!
along in hope that in the meantime a
favorable reply will be received. Dan
ville and Peoria would he glad to
break a ay from their associates pro
vided an eight-club circuit oould be arranged.
THE "UNFINISHED" SYMPHONY.
(To Carl Pohlig. the inspired leader
of the Philadelphia orchestra, on list
ening to the great Schubert)
O music of divine imagining!
Does he not hear you in his dreams
Can yon no wonder to his spirit
And no delight?
His lore created yon; his hopes, Ms
Are poignant in these tones, sur
These melodies that dim the eyes
And snatch the breath! ...
And can he longer sleep, nor note this :
j Whose magic enters now, with love-i
1 lier art !
j That like a benediction thrills the
i And fills the heart?
I Ah, not to one shall all earth's joys
So have the gods ordained, whom
Lest mortal men Should deem them
selves as strong.
As blest as they.
On Schubert, out of lore, the ecstasy
That wrote this godlike music be
To us they gave to hear the symphony
He never heard-
Florence Earle Coates in Lippln
cott's. Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
May sausage at Schroeder's.
Kerler Rug company, cleaners.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
j For express, call Spencer & Trefx.
! Fresh dressed chickens at Schroe
I Get your refrigerator at Allen, My
; ere & Co.
Vac-Jac and Kobold flreless cookers
at Allen, Myers & Co.
Let Allen. Myers Sc. Co. do your
plumbing and heating.
Stetson, and Longley hats (union
made) at Ullemeyer's.
Men's fancy 15-cent hose, Saturday
only 10 cents at Ullemeyer's.
Extra quality union made suspenders
25 and 60 cents. Ullemeyer's.
All wool hand-tailored men's suits,
fl5. $18 and $20. at Ullemeyer's.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work; 1316 Third avenue.
Boys' spring caps, 50-cent qualities.
Saturday only 25 cents at Ullemeyer's.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work; 1526-1528 Fourth ave
nue. Boys' corduroy bloomer pants, $1
quality, Saturday only 79 cents at Ulle
meyer's. Loans on real estate security. Al
bert Huber. People's National bank
Children's spring raps and tarns, 50
and 25-cent qualities, 19 cents Satur
day at Ullemeyer's.
Jewel and Quick Meal gasoline stoves
in all sizes and styles and at a variety
! rt nrifPB ar At!pn Mnr J& C.n
Duchess pants. 10 cents a button, 50
in the seat. For sale only at Ullemey
er's. About 25 boys' straight knee pants
suits, sizes 11 to 15 only, sold up to
j $6.50. for Saturday $1.95 at L'liemey-
You can buy guaranteed garden hose
cheaper at Allen, Myers & Co. than
any place In the city. Look into this
Iawb mowers, grass catchers, gar
den hose, couplings, sprinklers, and
all the fixin s for the lawn, at Allen,
Myers & Co.
We clean suits, jackets, skirts, por
tieres, piano and couch covers, feath
ers, furs, etc, Montgomery & Camp
bell, 1909 Second avenue. Both phonea
Party finding a bank sack containing
check and cash on Fifteenth street will
be liberally rewarded by returning
same to C. C. Taylor, 911 Fifteenth
Until May 15th. I will be in my office
in the afternoons only from 1:30 to
4:30. Those wishing dental work
make note of this and call daring
those hours. Dr. E. P. Ames.
Humane Society Meeting.
A meeting of the Rock Island
County Humane society will be held at
the Association house on Seventeenth
street next Monday evening at 8
Good Clothes Question
If yon come here tomorrow for your spring rait, we wffl 'TUT
YOU EIGHT" on the good clothes question. We win show yon
uncommon styles, handsomer materials, the best tailored
clothes in America, Hart Sohaffner & Marx, Society brand and
others. Isn't It by far better to be "EIGHT" on the good
clothes question than to "take a chance" on style, quality and
model? We are putting scores of tri-city men and young men
"EIGHT" on good clothes and we want YOU to know and to
learn of the splendid MOSENFELDZE service and values that
await you here tomorrow.
There are some- beautiful new styles here in those new EN
GLISH models in Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, Society brand
and others. New Society Master suits, new materials in tans,
greys, blues and spring novelty mixtures. We will show you a
wonderful range of swagger styles in blue serges, at $25 to
$35. Suits that are the Eeal Class. Clothcraft at $12.50
In the new spring novelty mixture fabrics we will show you the
handsomest suits you ever saw at $18 to $35. Hart Schaffner
& Marx and Society brand and Clothcraft at $12.50 to $35.
Not alone the finer styles and the much handsomer materials
that will strongly appeal to you but the better personal ser
vice that we give here will especially appeal to ev?r-thinking
man and young man.
A brilliant showing of new spring furnishings awaits everyone
here. New flannel shirts, negligee shirts, French cuff shirts at
$1 to $5. New spring neckwear, most beautiful Delpark wash
ties ever seen in Eock Island, Cheney silk ties too at 25c and
50c. New spring hose , lisle s and silk at 25c ,50c and $1.00.
A big store crammed full of swell things for spring. Finest
showing in the tri-cities.
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The Home of Hart, Schafiner Marx and Society Brand Clothes.
AUTOS WILL COME
Indiana Manufacturers Plan
Tour Through Four States
ROCK ISLAND ON THE LINE
Ran is to be X on-Competitive and for
the Purpose of Advertising
castle as general chairman and Mr.
WilliB as general secretary.
ROUTE MEETS WITH FAVOR.
A route which has met with moat fa
vor would lead westward to Terre
Haute; to Bloomlngton. Peoria and
Springfield In Illinois; thence to St.
Louis and Hannibal in Missouri; Bur
lington, Iowa, and Rock Island, III., and
Indianapolis. Ind., May 5. Antomo-
bile manufacturers of this state are j
arranging for one of the most unique j
and Interesting trade trips ever pro- j
posed for motorists. Four of the proa-
perous middle west states are to be
upon the route of a contest of a non
competitive nature which ha been
given the hearty approbation of the 43
concerns building motor cars In the
Hoosier commonwealth, and active
plans are now under way for the event.
At a meeting held recently In this
city representatives of a number of j
the firms put their mark of approval !
upon the proposal of P. P. Willis of
the Mais Motor Truck company for a
run of about cine days In the states of
Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Iowa,
and voted to hold the run early In July.
The factory men "chose F. L. Smith of
the Maxwell-Briscoe company of New-
a cent when yoo
boy aa EVER
ores yoo the
shave yoo ever
AMERICAN SAFETY RAZOR CO
Makarm. Nw York
across Illinois to Chicago and then
back to Indianapolis. It Is probable
that the participants will leave this j
city at noon on Thursday, July 6, stop
the first night at Terre Haute. Friday
nipht at Peoria, Saturday at St. Ijouis,
spend Sunday on the banks of the Mis
sissippi, and on Monday morning start
northward along the west shore. The
week would be fully used in visiting
In Iowa and Illinois, and the finish
would be in this city Saturday evejiing,
TO HOLD MASS MEETING
the committee sTit to Washington 'c
protest apalriHt the Installation of th
Taylor system in the arsenal shojii
will be heard. Otlw important but!
Arsenal Worker- Will Hear ru.port
of Washington ComrnitUw Sunday
A mass meeting of the 6hon em- iiorb In the way of proteHtinz agatnjl
ployes of Rock Island arpenal has this unpopular nrs'ire will also corns
been called for the Grand op-ra hoiiK, pip for artlon. All arn-nal employes
Davenport, at 2 o'clock Sunday after-j in the trl cities are urged to be In at
noon. At this meeting the report of tendance. ,
(Continued from Pag-e Three.)
Grand Rapids, 11: Zanesville, 2.
Fort Wayne, 3; Terre Haute, 2.
Dayton, 3; Evansvllle, 2.
Racine. 6; Aurora, 8 (10 innings).
Appleton, 5; Green Bay, 4 (10 in
nings). Fond du Lac, 5; Oshkosh, 0.
Madison, 13; Rockford, 6.
Never Out cf Work.
The busiest little thmgs ever made
are Dr. King's Nev Life PIUb. Every
pill is a sugar-coated globule of health,
that changes weakness Into strength,
languor mto energy, orain-fag into men
tal power; curing constipation, head
ache, chills, dyspepsia, malaria. Only
25 cents at all druggists.
news an the Cine The
Specials for Saturday
Best Rib and Bump
Pork Chops, lb 15c
Pork Steak ,1b.. . . 12y2c
Hamburger Steak I2V2C
Pure Pork Sausage 12VC
(no cereals used)
May Sausage ,1b 15c
Liver, lb 5c
Pure Lard, lb 12V2C
Eest Kettle Rendered
Lard ,1b 1 5c
Spare Ribs, lb He
Sour Kraut ,qt 5C
Bacon, lb. 17V2c, 20c,
25c and 30c.
Ml kinds of fre3h fish.
Save us your Friday order for fish.
Moore's Meat Market
Call West 1536.
1230 Elm Street.