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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1905.
To Cough' or not to
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25 and 50c Guaranteed
H. O. ROLFS.
Both 'phones Old west 71.
PLAN FOR SCHOOL
Six Hundred Deltg tes Expected
at Masonic Meet
TO BE HELP NEXT MONTH
Thin S&lo of
Ours Stnds as a
For Time to
You cn net Point back to
any tirre when you purchased
Gentlemen's rurnithing Goods
at such a remarkable
Avail yourself at once in se
curing some splendid goods at
from 20 to 50 per cent discount.
Social Features Incident to Session of
the Three Days at Tern-
HE WILL REPORT
Rock Island Pitcher to Take Advan
tage of Furlough Granted by --
DANDERS IN GOLD
Edward Ardeas, Crazed by Ft
' ver," Leaves' Room at " '
The joint committee of Trio and
RiKk Islan.l kdges. A. F. &. A. M
which i in charge of the arrangements
.'or. the Masonic school of Instruction.
hjch will be ntertained at the Rock
..-.land Masonic temple Feb. 11. 15 and
10, iu-t last evening at tbo temple
The committe- took up a large part
r the d-tiil tor the arrangements for
In- eoji.mg vm, and plan wi-rv made
:or the nttTtainimut of the visitors
lor the thr-? day. The committee ha
nade arrang-nj-i.ts for a rate of a fare
tad a third on all roads of the Western
ia.uengc-r association for the thrie
lay, ou the certificate plan, and a
representative of the association fcas
been M-cure-d to handle the certificates.
lit frcshmenis are to be served, at the
einpltr Tuesday and Wednesday even
ing of the instruction week, and an In
formal social session will follow the
exemplification of the work. On thi
ihird evening. Thursday, the worshij
;ul grand master. .William B. Weight.
f Kington, will be tendered a recei
tli.n. following the ceremonies df th?
-vening. The general committee lias
apioint-d the past matters of the to
Uock Inland blue lodpes and the prrs
, nt masters to act an a reception cs n
:n:tfe during 'he three days of t?.c
I S3 I.x1cr Are lllrj.
Invitations have been extended to
ls2 lodges in this district, and as each
cf the lodges sends from one to six
representative, it 1 expected that the
attendance at the school for the three
day will reach the . mark. The
largest attendance ever recorded at any
iiool of instniction since the adoption
of that institution in Illinois Masonry
was that at the school held at Spring
field last year, which was attended by
4''3 members f the order. Rock Isl
and M centrally located to a very large
-ction. and Is easy of access for more
cities than any of the places where te
other four schools are being hc'J.
RIoomington is the nearest point, and
the only one which will in any way
' , . - I 1 - . . 1
iiiraw me reprcscmiiiioii nuiui uuiu
jettherwise come to Uock Island. The
i Bloomington school is to be held Jan.
21. Feb. 1 and 2. Sj.eclal rate- have
been made by the Kock Island notes.
,and many have already engaged rooms
for the three days.
Illuard wf I rM-l l.a.
The board of Instruction is compos
ted of the following grand and deputy
; grand officers of the state: II. T. Bur-
f".u. tit..... !...-... n a"unw-t
Oi Point: II. A. SnelJ. IJtchfi.ld: C. H.
wOOOGOOCOOOCCOGOOOOOOCOOOO j Martin. Bridgeport, and S. S. Borden.
C--- --' V- . . r rOl The local commit t of arrangements
j is composed of tlio following: Arthur
F. Casper. C. II. Ward and E. U. Kreis.
representing; Trio lodgt. and II. A.
(levt-nttne. J4hn I. iluntoon and C.
I. I'cdersen. representing Hock Island
I Minor committee will hv aiiMiinteI
on the arrival of th conducting officer
of the school. II. T. Buniap. Feb. 12.
Arthur Lundin will be a member of
tLe pitching staff of the Rock Island
baseball team the coming season. Pres
ident 31. H. Sexton this morning re
ceived a letter from the young man
at Orion in which he says: "You may
depend on nie to report at the date I
am notified." I.undin seems pleased with
the arrangement, spoken of in The Ar
gus columns yesterday, by which he is
to Ba given a leave of absence during
the playing season by the Burlington
railway company, by which- he Is em
ployed as telegraph operator at the
Orion station, l.undin has been noti
fied by the company that be may co:ne
t ) Kock Inland when he is ordered to
report for practice. , and that his jol
will be open for him. if he chooses to
return to i: j?t the end of the baseball
HE IS ONLY PARTIALLY CLAD
Found With Ears and Face Frozen,
Curled Up in a Cab of Lo- '
HARPCR HOUSE BLOCK.
ARE YOU ONE
At the Harper J. T. Walker. Mart
Muiray. Kan.' as City; W., F. Bcriuau.
Chicago: I Iwew. St. hxiU: Charles
Fiirguson. Chicago; A. tloldsinith.
Cleveland: M. U llelrlr.k. Quincv;
Tb-oiloro II. Newhaney, Chicago; S.
Hamhuger. St. .Ioul; S. K. Porter.
Onaha: K. I. Parker. Celar RarIds:
7 X. J. French. Davenport: Charles Dee-
neah. Xew York: W. W. Bradford.
Chica-o; Corge II Hiair. Oskakuta,
la.; C. A. Traut. Chicago; W. J. Mark
Xew York: J. K. Ilurke. Applcton.
Wis.; II. P. Thorr.pson. Mrs. Ci. II
Tlutmp.in. Minneao'.i4; Theodore II
9 Nis bauer. Chicago: A. C iiifford
Ick Island: A. A. Tecl. Minne-apohs;
I. W. levy. Xew York: O. W. Frlck-JaH dnigglsts
lin, Springfield ; William I.icht. Ciucir.
nati: S. Hess. Chicago; F. ti. Young
Kock Island; George Harms. Peoria:
K. J. Hum. Kock Island; V. Wye
tnnge. Ceylon. India: Frank Xayior
Terre Haute; G. A. Jewell, RIngham
ton; W. Cumnilngs. F. M. Dewey. A. H
Henkins. Chicago; C. A. Mumtirdy.
Xew York; A. J. Harnard, IJuffaJ);
R. Cortis. Chicago; T. A. X. tlofjdatt
Xew York; H. M. Clastick. Youngs
town: M. Lyons. Xew York; (lux
GItjtholl. Richmond: George Ruhr
Cincinnati: W. W. XewhaMl. Kansas
City; Julii:s Jackell. Pekin: T. A. Frey
Chicago; H. K. Vaughn. l)cs Moines:
F. H. Plummer. city; X. R. Stone. Cal
At the Harms (European J. U
Adarr.s and wife. Sacramento: H. A
Snider. T. II. Xichols. Chicago; Theo
dore A. Sttnson. Philadelphia; F. P
Rea. Sr. Iuis; A. O. l.Indberg. Ijo?
AngeUs; S. A. I.ng. Davenport; Otto
P.rtnan. Minneaixilis; H. T. llurrows
Chicago; K. A. Wilson. Cedar Rapids;
C. H. Kwing. Kansas City; W. II. Uish
(,,. Peoria: H. T. Carson. Xew York;
S. A. iKjrman. Chicago; Harry Connor.
St. lumis; J. A. Marks. Sioux Kails;
M. K. Ransom, llurlington ; It. T.
White. Rochester. X. Y.: T. M. Cald
well. Chicago; Willfani G. Hayes. Peo
rlo: II. D. Fiint. Sioux Falls; A. II
Wh aler. Hurllngtjn; C. I-i Veen. Chi
r ag: G. Pollock and wife. Macomb.
T. J. Fishei and w.f.. Kin" Cn
Jo!:n O'lJrii-n. Sircator; William A.
Xess. William Rurns. Cnicago; a.
Van D tyn. Xew Yrk: A. C. Perry. T
II. Gettlrn-:m. St. IjouIs; M. K. Horner.
Detroit; T. II. Thompson. Xew York:
Pam Orver. Camp Point. 111.; Hngo
Decker. I Claire: William Coultei
Chicago: Henry G. Curtis. Canton: C
A. Xelson. Omaha: Gus Valentine. Chi
cago; P. J. Webster. Peoria; J. E.
Welsch. A. G. Hosted.. Chicago.
At the Rtx'k Island European) I.
K. Pitney. Peoria: J. Jonos. city; C. B.
Blanchard. Eau Claire: Samuel Ban
ker. Ickport. X. Y.; . F. Kroeger
Cincinnati: J. M. Byrnes, city; Xorton
Simmons. Edgington; B. K. Sykes.
Galeshtirg; A. H. Henderson. I -a Salle:
George Bendedict, Aledo; M. It. Web
ber. Sioux City: Samuel B. Furlong,
Kirkville; Roscoe C. litch. Ainiu;
Charles Patterson. Dubuque; A. C.
Martin. Creston; J. W. Caldwell, city;
C. B. Benedict. Detroit; James A. Ben
nett. Chicago; Roliert Kennedy. Xew
York; W. II. Dales. J. K. Blackall. Chi
cago; M. Perkins. St. Paul; F. E.
Chick. Xew Yolk; .1. McCarthy. Peo
ria; A. S. Xard. IVoria: X. II. Mc
Coy. Monmouth; P. J. Farrelly. Chica
go: J. E. Seaman. Kankakee; W. M.
Slocum. Chicago: T. W. Powell, city:
Gtorge E. Samue'i.son. Chicago; George
E. Warner. Akron. Ohio.
Temporarily demented by fever, with
which he had been suffering for two
weeks. Edward Ardeas wandered out
of his boarding place in East Moline
last night shortly after 12 o'clock par
tially clad, and probably would have
frozen to death had he not encountered
a locomotive standing in the Xatick
yards fired up and in readiness to be
manned for a run. What caused Ar-
Jea3 to climb into the engine he does
not know, for he states his mind Is a
blank since he went to his bedroom
He was found curled up in the cab
f the Locomotive at G o'clock by one
jf the employes of the railroad. He
vas in his shirt sleeves and hatless
nid his ears and face had been frozen,
for tho skin was peeling off. Ardeas
vas removed to police headquarters in
Moline. where he received medical at
ention, after which he was taken to
the home of Peter Auers. the East Mo
line saloonkeeper, with whom he had
jeen boarding for three months.
-Not MlmuM-d I'atll ThU Moraine.
Ardeas is a laborer at the East Mo-
iine MalK'able Iron works. Ho wan
not missexl from his room until theoth
;r members of the household arose
his morning. Then a search was be
un for him. It is believed he left his
room about 12 o'clock, and likely had
been walking aimlessly about for sev
eral hours before he reached the loco
motive in the railroad yards.
him. and he sent a letter akng9tatina
that fact. Xo reply baa been receiteu
and therefore It ts nor known whethei
or not his demands will. b granted.
Mitchell wants more money for his
services. The contract . 'eallfefT .loi.
$1,400 and Mike watrta2 52.600. - . . ?
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Schedule Cedar Valley Circuit.
Mason City. Iowa. Jan. 2S. The fol
lowing is a complete schedule of the
summer race meet to be given by the
Cedar Valley circuit:
West Union May 30, 31. June J.
Xasb.ua June 6. 7. S. f' -Xew
Hampton June 13. 14. 15.
Cedar Rapids June 37. 2S, 29.
Waverly June 20. 21, 22.
Marion July 4. 5. C.
Marshalltown July. 11. 12. 13.
Mason City July IS. 19. 20.
Oskaloosa July 25. 2C. 27.
Waterloo Aug. 1. 22. - -Independence
Aug. 8. 9. 10.
Boone Aug. 15 10. 17.; '
Alta Aug. 22. 23. 24.
Jack Ryan Sold. to Columbus.
Kansas City, Jan. 2S. Catcher Jack
Ryan of the Kansas City American As
sociation baseball club has been sold
;o the Columbus American association
club. v -
All Right, Hank.
Decatur Herald: Frank Mahan yes
terday received a letter from Hank
Walters regarding his proposed trans
fer to Rock Island. Hank is nt his
home In Louif ille, where he has been
laying brick all winter at $3 per thou
sand. He likes the work so well that
he will stick to it from now until the
cows come home before he will play
ball at Rock Island. In his letter to
Mahan Hank gives it out cold blooded
that he will not go to Rock Island this
snmmer under any 'circumstances.
Illinois and Michigan to Play.
Champaign. III., Jan. 2S. Illinois
and Michigan football teams are to
meet for gridiron supremacy for the
nrst time in six years. Manager
Plummer. of Illinois, has announced
that he has come to terms with Mich
igan's manager, that all arrangements
":ad been made de-finitely. The game
.vill be played in Xovember.
A salve that heals without a scar Is
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Xo remedy-effects
such speedy relief. It
draw out inflammation, soothes, cools
and heals all cuts, burns and bruises
A sure cure for piles and skin dis
eases. DeWitt's Is the only genuine
Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of coun
terfeits. they are dangerous. Sold b5
Free with a can cf 50-cent bak
ing powder, a 15 by 19-inch cut
out veneer, gilt frame, glass mat
ting, like abova cut. at
1818-1820 Third Ave
O ALL THE NEWS ALL THE O
O TIME THE ARGUS. O
Rival Fighters as Seconds.
San Francisco. Jan.'2S. More thai
"Dick" Hylaiid and Frankie Xeil wii
be in the battle which Greggalns wii;
offer fistic lovers next Tuesday night
It will be a struggle of general against
general. In one corner Young Corbett
will be the caief counselor for Xcii
n the e.thcr Buttling Xdson will direc:
he campaign of Hylaad. The intense
:ivalry which exists between these two
seconds should furnish aa interestlne
okie p"ay to the n:a:n even:. Xelson
mnounced last night his intention tc
serve in Ilyh-nu's corner. X'.'lson has
been an enthusiastic assistant in Hy
'ami's training quarters for seme days.
Two Are Fined fcr Sparring.
Akron. O.. Jan. 2S. "Mull" Bowser
of Pittsburg and Bernit Strappo o
Akron wire fined $5 and costs by
Judge Kohler yesterday after pleadiiu
guilty of having engaged In a sparring
match in this city Jan. 11. Judge Koh
ier. who Is the originator of th pres
eut law against prize lighting, in pro
nouncing sentence stated that football
he believed. is more brutal than fight
ing, and yet no law e-overs that sport
Forbes Knocks Out Cherry.
Saginaw. Mich.. Jan. 2S. Jae Cherry
of Saginaw was knocked out in the
first round by Harry Forbes of Chi
cago last night before the Saginaw
Powell Sells Atlanta Franchise.
Atlanta. Ga.. Jan. 28. The sale of
the Atlanta baseball club of the South
ern league by Abner Powell to a loca
syndicate headed by W. It. Joyner
chief of the Atlanta fire department
was consummated here. The price-
named in the deal is about 1S.C00.
Mitchell Wants More Money.
Springfield. O.. Jan. 28.-Mike Mitch
ell. the outfielder drafted by the Chi
cago Xational league team from Syra
cuse last fall, has returned his con
tract unsigned to Manage Sel?e. Thle
does not mean he will not be a mem
ber of the team, however. Mike was
not satisfied with the terms" offered
Healthful cream of tartar, de
rived solely from grapes, refined
to absolute purity, is the active
principle of every pound of Royal
Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder
produces food remarkable both in fine
ftOYAi bAtcma powoca co.. ncw voax.
Pants S ri I e
Burlington Has a Cinch.
President Frank Xorton, of the
owa league, has the following to say
n regard to the claim of Rockford
o the services of "Rusty" Owens for
.he coming season: "The rumor that
rtockferd has a claim on Owens Is
rarely newspaper talk. Owens never
-igned a Rockford contract for the
oming season. Before the breaking
IP of the Rockford team. Owens en
tered into a verbal agreement with
'.he directors of the association, to
manage the team during 1903. Xo
written contract was given and the
verbal agreement would never hold
n any court. On the other hand,
Owens has accepted and signed a Bur
"ington contract and the same was
"led with Secretary Farrell of the
N'ational association last Xovember.
The directors of the local club have
had had the contract of Owens f.l?e
iway for over a month."
Japan and Liberty.
The influence of Japan's conflict
.vith Russia cannot be measured. It
s already manifested In China and
several other eastern countries are t
have a new history under riodern in
(tuences. The influence of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has hern strongly
manifested among the sick during the
;ast half century. Thousands of pe-o-ile.
who had almost given up hope
f ever being well again, have been
restored to robust health through the
Bitters. Xatura'.ly they continue prais
ng It and urging the'ir friends to try
"t. Do you suffer from a weak, stom
ich. inactive liver or kidneys': then
lon't fail to try the Bitters. It posi
tively cures these ailments as well as
insomnia, nervousness, indigestion
dyspepsia, bloating, costiveness. fe
male complaints, chills, colds or ma
laria, fever and ague. 'Thousands
have found this true.
i Paiits Sal
Pants Sale j
STILL HOLD LEAD
Centrals Go to Moline and Defeai
RECRUITS BEST DUTCHMEN
Rivals and Scouts Break Even in
Double Header at Davenport.
SURPRISED ON HER BIRTHDAY
Miss Abby Blakemore Remembered
by Classmates of High School.
Miss Abby Blakemore. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Blakemore, yester
day attained her 14th birthday anni
versary, nnd in the evening she wua
most agre-eahly reminded ef the occas
ion by a surprise on her by 15 of I ho
girls eif her class in high school nt
her home. Sit; Nineteenth stne't. They
left ai a remembrance a pretly gold
watch pin. The evening was ccuple'd
with the playing of games and refresh
ments were served.
21) 19 CM
28 23 549
27 27 &U0
21 24 407
25 29 403
17 25 40G
Flying Datchmen . . .
Games were played by all of the
teams in the Tri-City Bowling league
j last evening. At the Central alleys
in this city the Recruits of Rock Isl
j and defeated the Flying Dtuchme n ui
Moline; at Moline, the Centrals oi
Rock Island won from the Brunswicks
of that city, and at Davenport the Riv
als of Rock Island and the Scouts of
that city broke eve-n in a double
header, playing a postponed match af
ter the regular contest scheduled for
last evening. The sceres of the? var
ions games follows:
At Rock Island Recruits.
Heitir.an 2:54 221 143
Tax Is Due.
Taxes for the year 1904 are now due.
Parties having personal taxes and no
real estat.will make immediate- pay
ment. The law in regard to tha collec
tion of personal taxes will be strictly
enforced. - Payment made, previous, to
March 25 will save cost of collection
and annoyance to the personal property
tax payer. Please . bring your last
year's receipt. M. D. RUDGREX.
Office with leonard E. Telleen. at-torney-at-law.
room 59, Mitchell &.
Totals 911 954 Sol 2009
Kaiser . .
Totals h J4 874 93X 2040
At Moline Brunswicks.
DonahoL 172 170 ICS
Wright 148 "204 222
West 150 177 147
Stoy 174 174 151
Graflund 105 103 159
Totals .'. 815
SSS 851 2354
Totals 857 794 800 2511
At Davenport Rivals.
Bought Chamberiain's Cough Remedy
and Sent it to Friends.
F. V. J. Fletcher, a druggist In Vic
toria. Australia, says: "A customer of
mine was so pleased with Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, which she had
used for her children when suffering
from colds and croup, that during a
fortnight's time she obtained at my
Bhop nine bottles which she sent to
her friends in different parts of the
state, telling them how much good it
bad done and advising them to give It
a trial." For sale by all leading druggists.
Can't be perfect health without pure
blood. Burdock Blood Bitters makes
pure blood. Tones and invigorates the
'TUn't safe to be a day without Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil in the house.
Xever can tell what moment an acci
dent is going to happen.
"Neglected colds make fat grave
yards." Dr. Wood's Xorway Pine
Syrup helps men and women to a
happy, vigorous old age.
880 835 207
Petersen. R 195
Petersen. P 177
Beltendorf ...... 1C5
Petersen. R. .... 101
Petersen. V 132
Vinall 187 222 131 540
Puts light in the eye. tints the check
wit'.i nature's bhom. loose-ns the ten
sion ef life, brushes the cobwebs from
the brain, that's what Hollister'a
Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents,
te-a or tablets. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
WE SHOW MORE STOVES
AND RANGES THAN ALL
OTHER DEALERS IN THE
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS
Majestic Steel Range,
Cole's Hot Blast Stove.
Furniture & Carpet Co
845 937 2043
129 '159 430
850 7C9 2473
Totals 851 879 7CC 2I9C
AH APPEAL TO DRIfJK
, There Is not a drunkard upon earth
whom Orrine will fall to cure. It Is
a scientific remedy for the drink habit,
discovered by a well known Washing
ton chemist, and completely and ab
solutely destroys the craving for drink.
Xo detention from work or business;
no publicity of sanitarium treatmenL
,' Orrine Xo. 1 Is In powder form, and
Can be given sc'cretely, without the
patient's knowledge. In tea, coffee or
food. Orrine Xo. 2 Is in pill form, for
(hose who take the remedy of thtlr
own free will. There Is no nausea of
Other ill effects from the use of Orrine.
On the other hand. It quiets the nerves,
regulates digektion and brings reotful
sleep, good appetite and perfwt vigor,
'Write to the Orrine company. Inc.,
Washington, D. C, for free booklet,
mailed In plain envelope. We heartily
recommend Orrine to all who wiib
freedom from the slavery of drink.'
Ask us about Orrine.
H. O. Rolfs, Harper House pharma
cy. Rock Island, 111.